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  • I can also fully recommend gladstone, always had excellent service and they also seel all the other supplies, kit and gadgets (no pun intended) you need.

    Kit Freak « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • Posted August 9, 2009 11:49 PM tom gladstone writes:

    The Economics and Philosophy of the Wall, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Philogynist raymi's karaoke birthday party at the gladstone featuring:

    Philogynist

  • I came to the blog through casapinka, and am also a great fan of the gladstone!

    Gladstone Hotel

  • There appeared the foreign little bloke dumping down a gladstone bag at the top of the steps that led from the porch to the street, and the woman, the wife apparently, was coming out and dumping down a black hat – box.

    Kangaroo

  • In the tiny bedroom which was all they had to offer her, there was hardly room to stand; while still unpacked portmanteaux and gladstone-bags lined the passage, Zara having turned nasty at a hint of the outhouse.

    Ultima Thule

  • Daeman grunted and held out his battered gladstone.

    Ilium

  • Hardly knowing what she was doing, Billie found her hat and coat, put them on, and then sat on the very edge of her seat with her gladstone bag grasped tightly in one hand.

    Billie Bradley at Three Towers Hall or, Leading a Needed Rebellion

  • Buck took Jack's gladstone, called a carriage, and gave the name of the hotel.

    Jack Haydon's Quest

  • He pocketed one of his guns and picked up a black gladstone bag from the dais and tossed it out on to the floor.

    The Saint on Guard

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  • Used in a special mood ring with a narrower range.

    November 14, 2008