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  • I have seen a croc eatin by one of these … but it burst HE HE hamed Says:

    Baby Kangaroo

  • An American correspondent in the Middle East sent me this: Today the Iraqi government held a one time screening of the most recent execution video of barzan ibrahim and awad hamed al bandar, with no cameras allowed.

    Monday, January 15, 2007

  • What the northern Turks called yoghort, and the Syrians and Egyptians leben-hamed, [Very thick milk, rendered sour by boiling and the addition of a strong acid.] does not appear to be a native Arab dish; the Bedouins of

    Travels in Arabia

  • M.rocco: chief of mission: Ambassador Edward M. GABRIEL embassy: 2 Avenue de M.hamed El Fassi, Rabat mailing address: PSC 74, Box 3, APO AE 90718 telephone: [212] (37) 76 22 65

    The 2001 CIA World Factbook

  • Edward M. GABRIEL embassy: 2 Avenue de M.hamed El Fassi, Rabat mailing address: PSC 74, Box 3, APO AE 90718 telephone: [212] (37) 76 22 65

    The 2001 CIA World Factbook

  • Thanks for your attention to this messageRicardo Huerta hamed el ashgar

    I am looking Foreign buyers for Mexican products

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    I am looking Foreign buyers for Mexican products

  • Talkin 'like the Franklins and all the big quality folks, you lamper-jawed, cat-hamed puke,' says I. 'You nuver hearn yer master call' um any thing but britches, nur you sha'n't, 'says I.' I'll larn you to puke up big quality words, you varmunt, 'says I; and I larruped him well, I tell you.

    Fisher's River (North Carolina) Scenes and Characters

  • What the northern Turks called yoghort, and the Syrians and Egyptians leben - hamed, [Very thick milk, rendered sour by boiling and the addition of a strong acid.] does not appear to be a native Arab dish; the Bedouins of

    Travels in Arabia; comprehending an account of those territories in Hedjaz which the Mohammedans regard as sacred

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