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  • Ivan raised his hand, offering the note to the open mouth of the bear, knowing that if he felt like it, Bear would take his hand as well.

    Enchantment

  • And then they went to have their milk, and the big bear said, "Who's been drinking my milk?" and the middling Bear said,

    Boys and Girls Bookshelf; a Practical Plan of Character Building, Volume I (of 17) Fun and Thought for Little Folk

  • My son's getting in on the act, demanding a blankie for his bear, Bear, out of this ball of mystery yarn.

    sock prØn.

  • My son's getting in on the act, demanding a blankie for his bear, Bear, out of this ball of mystery yarn.

    sock prØn.

  • Joe Goddard sounds like he's having much more fun with his mate and fellow DJ Raf Rundell as The 2 Bears, labouring the gag somewhat by dressing as bears, employing a ghostly sample of The Teddy Bears' Picnic on the opening track here and giving the novelty house of their first single the title Bear Hug.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • The World's Largest Gummy Bear is the lion of the candy world.

    Magnificent and powerful

  • This post will take some explaining: my first book, The Shadow of the Bear is a modern retelling of the fairy tale "Snow White and Rose Red."

    The Homes of Snow White & Rose Red

  • This post will take some explaining: my first book, The Shadow of the Bear is a modern retelling of the fairy tale "Snow White and Rose Red."

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • And Minus the Bear is a tight band, very technically accomplished and very very precise, yet they somehow perform wild.

    Misc. | Living the Liminal

  • This middle mare of the team has a little foal running beside her '-- he made a small spot beside the mark that stood for the central star of what we call the Bear's Tail.

    The Herd Boy and His Hermit

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