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“REVIEW: Latest turn on 'Oliver Twist' is ever so timely”
“Back in 1983, someone – I think it was in the Guardian – wrote a review of a book of mine called Twist of Gold.”
“It's been said, and I'd agree, that the Bimini Twist is the most difficult fishing knot to master.”
“Twist is a decent comparison tool because it tracks usage of terms on Twitter, which is powered by users (roughly over 1 million by now, according to TechCrunch, but there is a caveat).”
“Fortuitous Twist is a New Jersey drama about relationships, heartache, lost souls, meandering moments, cats, insecurities, growing up, and the awesomeness that is sushi.”
“Twist is a clean fresh fun brand that makes high quality more eco-friendly sponges and cleaning cloths by combining elements of design with eco-consciousness.”
“Twist is the one who's conversant in phrases like scree, dryfall, rappelling, and chute.”
“Not for worlds would he have mentioned the word Twist, which so instantly and inevitably suggested that other and highly controversial word Twinkler.”
“- Splash News TLC will announce Thursday the addition of two projects featuring reality TV ratings powerhouse Kate Gosselin -- one called Twist of Kate showing the reality TV mom meeting those who are inspired by her, the other being a series of ...”
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