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  • But they are not habitual eaters of _mullo balor_, or

    The Gypsies

  • Boridiri chovihani sos Trinali, buti manushe seerdas yoi, buti ryor purdas yoi adre mylia te balor, te ne kesserdas yeck haura pa sar lender dush.

    The Gypsies

  • Balor P20 na ginamos, balor P10 na sili, iska taro na saging sanan kamote.

    Bisaya Bloggers

  • Manila (12 March) -- Tatagan hin pasidungog ni President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo yana nga adlaw in mga local nga pangobernohan tungod han ira paghatag hin balor ug dignidad han kabataan (Child-Friendly LGU).

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  • Right!

    August 14, 2008

  • He could at least have gloated nicely.

    August 14, 2008

  • Invading, pillaging, and killing people with one's evil eye is one thing, but gloating? Well, that just crosses the line.

    August 14, 2008

  • Tripping over dead bodies really ruins my day.

    August 14, 2008

  • Demonic one-eyed God of Death and evil King of the Fomorians, from Celtic mythology.

    These were a race of gigantic warriors who liked nothing better than to invade somewhere, pillage it and then gloat horribly. Balor had one huge leg and, with his one evil eye, could kill someone just by peering at them. But he usually kept it closed to avoid tripping over dead bodies all the time. (From (From Godchecker.com)

    August 14, 2008