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“(Soundbite of laughter) Mr. STEWART: And if you arian, Aryan.”
“Li-bert-arian: Li as in lie or liar, arian as in Aryan race or racist scumbags.”
“Write to Jennifer Levitz at firstname.lastname@example.org and Arian Campo-Flores at email@example.com”
“However, a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison seems disproportionate. arian”
“Completed a year before Kleist's 1811 murder/suicide pact with Henriette Vogel, it tells of a German prince (a winsome Charlie Cox), an officer who leads the cavalry of the disciplin arian Elector of Brandenburg (the severe, but sometimes amused Ian McDiarmid).”
“Be confuse about arian countries or east-europeun countries ou latin countries … are “normal”.”
“Rho gyfle i ni ei ddarllen yn Gymraeg gynta er mwyn fod peth arian yn mynd i gorffrau'r cylchgrawn!”
“Some half wit wing nut conservative with nothing to lose and wanting to make a name for himself, once he realizes that one bullet could preserve the ascendancy of the arian race, well, I shudder to say more.”
“After the death of her father, her uncle Gondebaud, who was arian became King of Burgundy.”
“Ar y llaw arall, mae Llais Gwynedd yn hawlio bod Cyngor Gwynedd yn gwario llawer iawn gormod o arian yn ardal Bangor, a bod y rhan hon o'r sir yn derbyn lefel uchel o fuddsoddiad, a hynny ar draul gweddill y sir.”
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