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“It is about Dom DiMaggio olav hashalom, Bobby Doerr, and Ted Williams, and their relationship as teammates on the Boston Red Sox.”
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“And do you think that sucker, _olav hasholom_, ever buys from me a dollar's worth goods?”
“It was with deep sadness that I read about the passing of Rabbi Nathan Korff, olav hasholom.”
“Uranus, Tyuyfog a dhel a'r rhan olav o'r vydhin i vyny, 6I-ynben,”
Internet Archive: Archaeologia Britannica, giving some account additional to what has been hitherto publish'd, of the languages, histories and customs of the original inhabitants of Great Britain: : from collections and observations in travels through Wales, Cornwal, Bas-Bretagne, Ireland and Scotland.
“England what a wonderful woman she was, _olav hasholom_, and how she told him many times he should look out for that low-life of a son of hers by the name Edwin. ”
“The world never made no advances with the assistance of the even-so and what-of-it fellers, which, when the king and queen of Spain raised a little money on the crown jewels, Mawruss, so that Christopher Columbus _olav hasholom_ could make the first trip across the Atlantic Ocean by water, Mawruss, the people which saw in it the first steps towards the _Aquitania_ and”
“He was always up to some monkey business, that feller, _olav hasholom_. ”
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