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The basic premise of the "underland" sounds familiar I picked a British graphic novel ie an adult comic a couple of months back and it had a jaded adult character who got pulled into "underLondon" and had weird supposedly meaningful adventures with creatures below...wonder who is copying from who?
Gregor (underland chronicles by any chance?) can you elaborate on the Michigan Uncommitted votes?
Yet there are still places in this isle, remote from the crowded cities where men and women eat and drink and wear out their lives and are lost in the lust for gold, where the shy peasant sees the enchanted lights in mountain and woody dell, and hears the faery bells pealing away, away, into that wondrous underland whither, as legends relate, the Danann gods withdrew.
"It is a very big project - the longest underland road tunnel in the UK and we are very much looking forward to that great opening in July."
Paulo Da Silva, dropped for the Fulham defeat the previous weekend, returned to the heart of the defence in place of the crocked Anton Ferdinand, while George McCartney replaced the suspended Kieran Richardson at left-back and Nyron Nosworthy switched to right-back in place of Phil Bardsley, who was also serving one-game ban. underland were the brighter of the two sides in the opening half, and deserved their 22nd minute lead.
Eight named for underland from Kick Start clinics -
I had prepared the way to the underland for you, but you resisted me. "
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