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  • I am reading Chocolat by joanna harris for my bookclub and also flatland by edwin abbott, as soon as I am finished with chocolat I will be starting on sweet persuarion by maya banks ... really really excited about the excerpt ... can't wait

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  • i was BORN in abbott grove.literally. front room. number four.

    Icehouse, qu'est que c'est?

  • Here is a selection of tweets posted in the first hour after Mr Abbott won the leadership vote: stewartsmith: searching for 'abbott' on twitter is hilarious: not a single good (or even just not abusive) tweet about him.

    AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories

  • A poll on theage. com.au on whether Mr Abbott will make a good Opposition Leader is overwhelmingly in the negative, while a large percentage of the first comments on Twitter today are criticising his appointment. stewartsmith: searching for 'abbott' on twitter is hilarious: not a single good (or even just not abusive) tweet about him.

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  • Here is a selection of tweets posted in the first hour after Mr Abbott won the leadership vote: stewartsmith: "searching for 'abbott' on twitter is hilarious: not a single good (or even just not abusive) tweet about him."

    The Sydney Morning Herald News Headlines

  • The exiled Kirti abbott, Kyabje Kirti Rinpoche, said, however, that monks are kept under a state of "virtual martial law".

    Tibetans set fire to themselves in China to demand return of Dalai Lama

  • Laverne and Shirley were two regular gals - that was the KEY to it's appeal. they were not hollywood actresses known for their looks more than anything. how about we remake abbott and costello with paul walker and brad pitt next? blog comments powered by Disqus

    Schlemiel! Schlimazel! Jennifer Garner and Jessica Biel May Resurrect LAVERNE & SHIRLEY – Collider.com

  • Then one day, as Father Molanez often told it with a mischievous lilt in his voice, the abbott sternly gathered his brothers in the nave, looked toward the back of the church, and turned his deep-set eyes up to the loft, lacing his hands over the middle of his apron.

    CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Skin Deep

  • “Then, slowly, the abbott—did I ever tell you he had long white hair and a wild, shaggy beard to match?”

    CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Skin Deep

  • “This abbott had kept a strict silence for ten years,” Father Molanez would say.

    CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Skin Deep

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