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“Oh - and I've had apple cider in normandy that was ... funky?”
“The Normandy Impressionist Festival www. impressionistm-normandy.com is designed to create experiences like these -- to help us see the relationship between the region and the masterpieces it inspired.”
“The tough soldiers on the beaches of normandy would have simply been hamburger if it was not for all the planing, deceptions, inventions (landing craft/crickets/radar), war history study, etc … that went into DDay … you surely know this right?”
“I hardly think they US or GB would have fought Rommel in Africa, or on the shores of normandy, if they supported hitler.”
“Do you think we can just land on normandy and press towards berlin until we achieve their surrender?”
“Well i was thinking that the Allies reached berlin first, after invading normandy earlier than 1944.”
“A WW2 game were you storm normandy for example? if not then we might say that it is the passage of time that makes real senarios acceptable? if so, how long?”
“Ok, you can be grateful to Churchill and I'll be grateful to men like my great uncle who's feet were wet with normandy surf on this day so many years ago.”
“Like a religious thing when the ghosts of normandy Vietnam WW I wokr up and said we got the suckerated we were fighting for this and you guys had plotted this game out and suckered us.”
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Words that have been used as baby names, including virtue names, nature names, place names, etc.
The title is an actual name given to a Puritan boy in the 17th century.
In keeping with my other Prosies (like this one). There were a number of phrases as well as words in this speech that I found particularly compelling.
My fellow citizens: I stand here ...
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Companion lists of monarchs are to come. Some of these names need "house of" as a preface.
Looking for tweets for normandy.