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  • Huvitav oli veel see, et umbes 7 erinevat inimest ilma kokkurääkimata tegid enamvähem ühesuguseid kadreeringuprohmakaid - peamiselt jätsid suures plaanis kukla taha liiga palju õhku ja oli tunne, et inimene tahab kiiresti minema ja räägib kellegi teisega.

    tatsutahime Diary Entry

  • He stopped calling his wife kukla, which meant “doll,” and began calling her kyria, which meant “Madame.”

    Middlesex

  • Other Internet technologies like email and FTP use different protocols. kukla wrote: Another thought: unfortunate that Google doesn't display the actual URL it's sending you to beforehand.

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  • Sharon: Personally I can't wait for coach to get voted off. kukla: Behm will be a gazillionare after he publishes: After The Bubble Bursts - Taking your life back after ... kukla: Not an assault rifle - but, OK.

    BagOfNothing.com

  • Macskeeball on Today, 2: 27 pm, edited 1 time in total. kukla wrote: Another thought: unfortunate that Google doesn't display the actual URL it's sending you to beforehand.

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  • Remarkable that someone cared enough to take the frog to a vet and that the vet took the time to sew it back ... kukla: Everyone with any common sense knows the sun landings were faked to cover up JFKs assassination by the mob!

    BagOfNothing.com

  • insan bir yeraltı den yaşayan ... burada kendi çocukluğundan edilmiştir ve bunların bacakları ve boyunları böylece taşıyamazsınız zincirleme var ve sadece onlardan önce görebiliyorum ... alçak bir duvar yol boyunca inşa edilmiş, perde gibi hangi kukla oyuncular önlerinde, üzerinde kukla gösterisi var.

    ideonexus.com 2004 »Mayıs»

  • “Come on, kukla,” he’d say, “let’s cut the rug,” and we’d be off, the squat, plump father leading with confident, old-fashioned, fox-trot steps, and the awkward praying mantis of a daughter trying to follow along.

    Middlesex

  • But Cadillacs don’t come from Europe anymore, kukla.

    Middlesex

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  • If Milton missed having a beautiful daughter, I never knew it. At weddings he still asked me to dance, regardless of how ridiculous we looked together. "Come on, kukla," he'd say, "let's cut the rug," and we'd be off, the squat, plump father leading with confident, old-fashioned, fox-trot steps, and the awkward praying mantis of a daughter trying to follow along.
    --Jeffrey Eugenides, 2002, Middlesex, p. 305

    August 16, 2008