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  • BONANZA - Mary Effingham had three hits and two RBI, and North Lake defeated Bonanza, 10-9, in the first game of a non-league softball doubleheader Thursday.

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  • If you need anything very exotic Bonanza is your best bet.

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  • "There's too much gold here in Bonanza to be just a pocket," he argued.

    Chapter XI

  • The plane was a "Bonanza" - type aircraft, and it was trying to make its way back to the Santa Monica Airport - a tiny airstrip just on the other side of our hill.

    it's that little souvenir of a terrible year

  • In fact, my favorite segment of the Cycle is "Bonanza"--in which Jack spends years pursuing various treasures--which is practically extraneous to the story.

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  • But just as Reagan's storied run at General Electric Theater came to an end -- Cordiner agreed to his axing when the program's ratings fell under the onslaught of NBC's "Bonanza" -- even the most ardent free speech proponent in Hollywood pays attention to the bottom line.

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  • 40 Kids adapt to life on their own in Bonanza City and face their first set of challenges tonight on the premiere.

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  • Which one of us wouldn’t have wanted to live in Bonanza Creek when we were little??

    The Kid Nation Controversy: How Can a Show Be So Awesome? | Best Week Ever

  • Most of the kids at school preferred another Western called Bonanza, which was an hour-long show in color on Sunday night, but Louis liked the simplicity of The Rifleman.

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  • Livingston left Capitol for a few years to work in television programming for NBC, where he oversaw the production of the pilot episode of a little show called Bonanza -- one of the biggest hit shows in TV history, which ran for 14 seasons and is still in syndication today.

    Tony Sachs: Alan Livingston Gave Us the Beatles and Sinatra -- Now Let's Give Him His Due

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