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  • My appetite has been whetted for more information about Brunhilda, who appears to have been one of Pepin's political rivals.

    Dental development

  • UnCommonwealth: Oh Brunhilda, you're so lovely ....

    Oh Brunhilda, you're so lovely....

  • He imagined his children subjected to some Nazi Brunhilda without him there to defend them.

    One Season of Sunshine

  • No Egor or Brunhilda, just the two of them, fighting their way to the inevitable end.

    The Cure for Modern Life

  • Reinl was rewarded for this success by being permitted to indulge himself in a fantasy assignment: a lavish, two-part, color and stereo sound remake of Fritz Lang's DIE NIEBELUNGEN, featuring Uwe Beyer as Siegfried and Karin Dor as Brunhilda.

    Archive 2008-07-06

  • Born in captivity, Brunhilda became the face of the controversial program when, as a saucy 9-month-old pup, she bounded from a cage in 1998 as one of the first wolves introduced into the wild.

    mjh's blog — 2005 — July

  • I guess I was in the Brunhilda mind-set when I typed it

    Contrition | Mind on Fire

  • The stern came in sight, and on it I read Brunhilda.

    The Moon Pool

  • I turned the Brunhilda, and I followed where my Helma and mine Yndling had gone.

    The Moon Pool

  • The moon was behind us and the Brunhilda was like a swanboat sailing down with the moonlight sending her, ja.

    The Moon Pool

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