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  • Shivam Properties LLC, which owns four hotels in Jacksonville and Neptune beaches, said his hotels and all the other hotels in the Beaches area, sell out every year.

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  • She is still trying to break through as the current Federal NDP candidate in Beaches East-York.

    Ontario NDP Leadership: The Odds are In

  • But though her photos are accomplished -- examples can be seen in "Beaches" -- she hungered for something more.

    Memories Without Tears

  • I don't fault "The Ultimates" because it lacks the dramatic nuance of "Beaches" -- I want cool guys blowing shit up and hacking their way through zombies and werewolves.

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  • The Beaches is a really nice neighbourhood right in the city, and a popular tourist destination, similar in that respect to Port Credit where we live now.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • We went out for brunch to a place called Beaches, across the river in Vancouver.

    jaxraven Diary Entry

  • "The Beaches are a wonderful influence for people who are considering fostering or adopting special needs children," Mallett said.

    The Daily News - News

  • The episode featuring the Beaches will be the show's season finale.

    The Daily News - News

  • But rather than present a more realistic side of life and love, Sparks, who still dresses his stories in the same saccharine garments as more conventional tales, has elevated a reclusive genre that can only be dubbed "tragedy porn," popularized by such films as "Love Story," "Terms of Endearment" and "Beaches" - a perverted simile every bit as unrealistic and twice as cruel. :

  • the library is called the Beaches branch and has been for a 100 years,,,plus the Beaches is comprised of 4 beaches so by my re-collection in English class,Beach plural is Beaches.



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