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  • Now, if ye b'lieved 'im all those years ago, how fas' will ye listen 'to' im NOW ...?

    بالاترین

  • I'd never b'lieved 'em -- never; but so I have, an 'that's bitterness to me. "

    Lying Prophets

  • I don't think that anyone here could deny that they have lieved a less than perfect life.

    Online Distribution of Red Band Trailers Draws Controversy | /Film

  • Looking at the spikes on the dragon's back, Tas was re - lieved to find a saddle of a sort carved into the creature's neck.

    Stalling

  • But that was probably not rational, because Blue be - lieved she had a better than even chance to win in a game of skill.

    Here There Are Monsters

  • Masha Markova, 22, be lieved she had forever lost the prized jacket – a gift from her grandmother – while attending a private birthday party at 1Oak in the Meatpacking District in the early-morning hours of Jan. 26….

    Masha Markova Lindsay Lohan Lawsuit Mink Coat: Masha Markova Sues Lindsay Lohan Fur Coat

  • He provided persuasive details about the Hawaiian population, which, if the government theory was to be be-lieved, posed a far greater threat because persons of Japanese ancestry comprised 34.2 percent of the total population.

    Is That Legal?: Who's to Blame?

  • He had thought, he said, to have set out in a week; but something had happened, which he be-lieved could not be completed under a. fortnight.

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • And truly we found it more noble and more excellent, and richer and more marvellous, than ever we heard speak of, insomuch that we would never have lieved it had we not seen it.

    The Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • She said a 'Yes-I hope so,' and was fraiikly re lieved when he did not ask her to elaborate further.

    Rome's Revenge

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