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  • Kiwanis "Kids Against Drugs, Alcohol, and Tobacco" winners and a notice for the Dryden High School Class of '84 reunion are in Briefly in Dryden, while a notice about the Varna United Methodist Church's July 10th barbecue slips into Briefly in Groton.

    Living in Dryden: June 2004 Archives

  • Kiwanis "Kids Against Drugs, Alcohol, and Tobacco" winners and a notice for the Dryden High School Class of '84 reunion are in Briefly in Dryden, while a notice about the Varna United Methodist Church's July 10th barbecue slips into Briefly in Groton.

    Living in Dryden: A quiet Our Towns

  • None appeared to be working for one of Manchester's many escort agencies such as Briefly Yours, Angels4You, Dreams Manchester and the Bond Girls, the self-styled "agency with a licence to thrill".

    'Everyone wants a footballer' at Manchester's top celebrity haunt

  • The Enquirer has a little bitty mention of the endorsements tucked away in their "Briefly" section.

    Mallory Endorsed By Two Unions

  • The Enquirer has a little bitty mention of the endorsements tucked away in their "Briefly" section.

    Archive 2005-05-01

  • "Briefly," said Haber, getting straight to the point, "I came to ask you to join Jager's crew."

    The Heirs of Babylon

  • "Briefly," writes Laudonnière, "the place is so pleasant that those which are melancholicke would be inforced to change their humour."

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 12, No. 70, August, 1863

  • "Briefly," the vice-president took up the statement, "it has been established, thus far, that Morley has stolen from the Anderson National the --"

    The Winning Clue

  • "Briefly," he went on, "I can stay on one condition only -- that I marry you."

    I Saw Three Ships and Other Winter Tales

  • "Briefly," said he, by the absence of artificial coercion, and the freedom for every man to do what he can do best, joined to the knowledge of what productions of labour we really want.

    News From Nowhere, or, An Epoch of Rest [a machine-readable transcription]

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