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  • But she had nothing to say throwing any light on the investigation, save that she admitted reluctantly that "Anny" would have been such a nice, respectable young woman if it hadn't been for the drink.

    The Lodger

  • Chiklis and his friend, writer Anny Beck, began kicking around the idea of a story based on the Greek gods over dinner in Malibu several years ago.

    Michael Chiklis goes from tough cop to top god

  • They bequeathed their home to their children, after creating a shareholders' association aimed at preserving everything unchanged, and it was occupied until 2002 when Stoclet's daughter-in-law Anny died and her daughters opted not to move back into what they once considered a " maison enchantée ."

    An Enchanted House Becomes a Family's Curse

  • And keep Anny in your prayers; she's been hospitalized.

    Archive 2010-02-01

  • Until I feel comfortable with others...no laughing at me Reg, Anny, Brynn, Bron, or Cindy!

    I Was Recognized!!

  • In England, under King Edward I, anise was used to pay taxes; in early English herbals anise was also called Anny and Annyse.

    Announcing Think Spice… …Think Anise « Baking History

  • In England, under King Edward I, anise was used to pay taxes; in early English herbals anise was also called Anny and Annyse.

    2008 November « Baking History

  • Anny and Reg: I think once we get the basement cleaned up and Lucky's bed thrown away, as well as time, the loss will have less of an impact.

    RIP Lucky Puppy...

  • Thank you Hagel, a republican with integrity unlike Rushy, Seany and Anny.

    Hagel criticizes McCain over Iran comments

  • Nothing new to say; keep both Anny and Cindy in your prayers!

    Archive 2010-02-01

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