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  • He said people convened at a place called Carol's restaurant owned by the Shamena but the function culminated in a full political meeting where Mazoka addressed his cadres.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • And we then send these characters into Christmas Carol's, which is this great bar where all of the Coal Elves go to hang out after work.

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  • Books can be ordered from Carol's website as noted above or from Amazon. com.

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  • P.S.: Considering we're now on the second page of this thread, Rolly, may I request that you re-post instructions for ordering from Carol's website which, as I understand it, allows you to rightfully collect the most royalties.

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  • My opining was based on what Carol's blog said about Ajijic immediately after her visit here.

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  • Jill had been avoiding Carol because Jill's idiot husband Mark had reneged on his promise to buy Carol's water-ski boat.

    Ghostbusting

  • The journeys that have brought each of us here have been long and varied: they range from traveling from Tasmania, Australia, to study in the UK and then in the USA in my case, from the UK to Canada to the USA in Jack's case, and from California and then later to New York and Baltimore in Carol's case.

    Elizabeth H. Blackburn - Banquet Speech

  • Carol's right: the non-obscene meaning of pinche is the lowest of the low kitchen helpers.

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  • It worked: Sister Carol's group of 600 Catholic hospitals broke with the church's bishops to support the law.

    Health care bill supporters jubilant at signing

  • D = Deirdre's work in the program was below the quality of Carol's work.

    Critical Thinking Exercise

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