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  • Kellen could feel warmth and serenity radiate from them-a simple spell of comfort and protection.

    Tran Siberian

  • And there was energy free-flowing all around them-a wonderful energy that filled Kellen with a sense of incredible well-being.

    Tran Siberian

  • One of them-a bearded fellow, a half-elf, leaped at me as if he would swallow me whole!

    Finnegan teoriza la practica de cuerdas

  • All of them reminded her with every look that she was'to them-a woman playing at being a soldier.

    Finnegan teoriza la practica de cuerdas

  • On the street, most kids have heard enough about Malcolm to know that he was one of them-a city punk who grew up poor, got in trouble, did time and kicked drugs.

    Malcolm X

  • Only instead of just figuring out ways to manipulate the rules of their new milieu, they will have to adapt to them-a process that may be far from smooth.

    An Emotional Moonscape

  • Just a few days earlier, she had found herself alone in the school darkroom with one of them-a boy, she says, "who touches girls."

    REVOLUTION, GIRL STYLE

  • It's fine to think of one-off uses for them-a church here, a community center there.

    Thinking Inside the Box, For a Change

  • He really genuinely appreciates them-a very humble guy.

    Hugh Jackman reveals his 'Judge Judy' obsession | EW.com

  • You can scatter bits of cheese - such as my current favorite for this - a crumbly cheddar with mustard seeds, all over a few of these big crackers, then broil, or even nuke them-a good, if weird lunch with fruit for dessert.

    Toast:

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