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  • The opening was swamped by Toy Story 3 and the next bitof the Twilight saga, and its numbers are dismal.

    Tom Cruise

  • He spent quite a bitof timewith thebright flowers, then buzzedaroundmy shoulders and flew away.

    March 2009

  • There also might be a little bitof a wait for Robin Hood series 3, so I hope people are patient.

    Bits and Bobs (Vol. 5 1/2): Exclusive 'Robin Hood' scoop from Richard Armitage! | EW.com

  • I went into work with Anne feeling a little worn and a bitof a scratchy throat.

    E.Jim Shannon

  • And it was with this intention that, on a certain fair spring morning -- which worethe added luster of being the baby's second birthday -- she had murmured, with her mouth in his curls, and one hand holding a bitof Chelsea above his dangerous clutch: "Wouldn't he rather have that beautiful shiny thing over there in Aunt Andorra's hand?"

    The Letters

  • I also spent a bitof time online trying to source a mattress and getting carried away looking at all the free stuff people are giving away!

    TravelPod.com Recent Updates

  • I feel like often in the "spiritual" world, there is a little bitof disdain for applying inner work to outer work, which is service.

    Have Fun • Do Good

  • From classic cognac-hued loafers to smart vintage blazers, if you want a bitof men’s wear inspiration, take the jump!

    Diane Pham | Inhabitat

  • Every bitof this cake’s decorationswere done in buttercream icing.

    Party Science

  • As his relationship withbaby hag Ellie has already proved, he’s sweet, a good listener, and a greatfriend not to mention a fun fashionista, a bitof a gossip, and a neat roommate to boot.

    Who are your dream (gay) boyfriends? | EW.com

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