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  • Fortunately this melancholy saga is interspersed with glimpses of Garland in action singing some of her bestknown songs.

    End of the Rainbow - review

  • And now they were together, the big brown man who walked like a cripple on ruined knees because of his size, Hawaii's bestknown singer, and his little cousin Keola.

    Beard

  • David Sumner, chairman of the Worthing Society, said Pinter wrote one of his bestknown plays, The Homecoming, while in Worthing.

    June 2009

  • Pretty much everybody agrees that Zeppelin is—at the very least—cool to mainstream audiences, so their timelessness and significance is best defined by their bestknown work.

    The Billy Joel Essays

  • Villa, who is water polo's bestknown big-game shooter, is also determined to leave Athens with some hardware and a feeling of achievement.

    USATODAY.com - Italy upsets Americans, into final against Greece

  • O that, Stephen expostulated, has been proved conclusively by several of the bestknown passages in Holy Writ, apart from circumstantial evidence.

    Ulysses

  • A kid named Elston Brooks, who was about my age, had the bestknown byline on the Star-Telegram because he covered both the nightclub beat and the police beat at the same time.

    Willie

  • The bestknown of these African explorers was Estevanico, sometimes known as Little Steven, who accompanied the de Vaca expedition during six years of wandering from Florida to Mexico.

    World’s Great Men of Color

  • Carbaryl and propoxur are probably the bestknown carbamates.

    Chapter 10

  • -- O that, Stephen expostulated, has been proved conclusively by several of the bestknown passages in Holy Writ, apart from circumstantial evidence.

    Ulysses

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