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  • He calls Sae back in for speed changed practice, explaining that id she takes her clothes off really fast in front of him, she'll get better at changing.

    Anime Nano!

  • For some reason, this "alternate" show appears, and we see a man and a girl called Sae escaping from someplace, with heavily-armed guards trying to stop them.

    Anime Nano!

  • Synopsis: On a weekend in February, Sae purchases a Polaroid camera and the girls spend the day having fun taking pictures of each other in various positions and poses. (from: ANN)

    Anime Preview: Fall 2009 « Undercover

  • She is desperate for word from her granddaughter, Sae Suzuki, 15, who graduated from junior high school on the morning of the tsunami.

    Public order still rules amid devastation in Japan

  • Police watched as anti-government protesters, dressed in red, chanted their respects for Thai Major General Sae Daeng, who was assassinated there by a sniper in May as he was being interviewed by journalists.

    Thailand's ‘Red Shirts’ Rally in Defiance of Emergency Decree

  • Sae Dang supported their two-month occupation of Bangkok's historic and commercial districts and calls for new elections, underscoring political splits in the military.

    Thailand's ‘Red Shirts’ Rally in Defiance of Emergency Decree

  • With Sae-A as an anchor tenant in the industrial park, U.S. and Haitian officials expect other textile firms to join it and provide a "synergy effect," Mr. Garwood said.

    Planned Haitian Textile Park Provides Hope for Jobs

  • Once there, she starts making new friends like her classmate Miyako and the second year students, Hiro and Sae.

    Anime Preview: Summer 2008 « Undercover

  • Professor HAM JUN HO International Economics and Finances, Yun Sae University: Korean society was a Confucian society traditionally and women, although they are very active, bright and, you know, have great talent, there have been some implicit and hidden feeling.

    Number Of Female Leaders Turns Heads In Seoul

  • Sae they began to jeer the Laird, that he saw nae sic graith in his ain poor country; and the Laird, scorning to hae his country put down without a word for its credit, swore, like a gude Scotsman, that he had mair candlesticks, and better candlesticks, in his ain castle at hame, than were ever lighted in

    A Legend of Montrose

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