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  • Waters begs to let his electric guitar rip on two originals, "I Feel Like Going Home" and "I Can't Be Satisfied," and when the effort lands on Billboard's "Most Played Jukebox Race Records" chart, Chess's company, then called Aristocrat later Chess Records, claims its first national hit.

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  • Waters begs to let his electric guitar rip on two originals, "I Feel Like Going Home" and "I Can't Be Satisfied," and when the effort lands on Billboard's "Most Played Jukebox Race Records" chart, Chess's company, then called Aristocrat later Chess Records, claims its first national hit.

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  • Look to your left and about halfway along the bay walk you will spot the entrance to Malate Church at San Andres Street, signified by a large restaurant called Aristocrat to the right of the remains of the Spanish-era building.

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  • So now the Aristocrat is the only thing that would make me think this is Game of Thrones related on the surface.

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  • Toll Brothers also wants to build 19 "Aristocrat" homes, with private marinas, which start at about $3 million.

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  • My sick-addled brain recognizes that the "Aristocrat" may be Waymar Royce.

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  • "Aristocrat" signifies all this, and whoever dares to refute the calumny is himself an aristocrat.

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  • The Price family was highly attached to Aries - or "Aristocrat," a nickname he earned - and while they haven't ruled out trying to get another medical alert dog, their preference would be for Aries to be returned.

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  • The Speaker also charged new "Aristocrat" carpets to the taxpayer, costing £1,834, at his constituency home in Glasgow as well as another £1,490 on the cost of redecorating a room.

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  • The Speaker also charged new "Aristocrat" carpets to the taxpayer, costing £1,834, at his constituency home in Glasgow as well as another £1,490 on the cost of redecorating a room.

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