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  • Thereafter, the space occupied in Darrel Standing's life by a jacket-bout was scarcely more than a few ticks of the clock.

    Chapter 18

  • | Reply im just pissed off that dime bag Darrel is dead from a fan. and this one is on youtube. i personally think it should have been the other way around. not that i condone murder or anything but Brittany needs to die in a fire.

    EXTRALIFE – By Scott Johnson - Freaky Britney Spears fan from Mars

  • One, we probably won't be doing too much on Saturdays anymore because Darrel is a bit annoying in his efforts to be organized.

    November 8th, 2002

  • Thereafter, the space occupied in Darrel Standing's life by a jacket-bout was scarcely more than a few ticks of the clock.

    Chapter 18

  • MIA named Captain Darrel E. Pyle and I suggested to the City Manager that I would like to dedicate the Freedom Tree to him.

    Pyle, Darrell E.

  • They'll set you back L. A.M.B's green and yellow high heeled 'Darrel' pumps - definitely not for wallflowers!

    Shoewawa

  • Republican Darrel Issa, Chairperson of the Government Oversight and Government Reform Committee, sent letters to 170 industry associations asking for marching orders of which so-called "job-killing" regulations they wanted out of the way.

    Donald Cohen: Back to the Future: The Cost of Delay

  • "We don't envision farmers here ever seeing a price-support check again," said Darrel Good, a University of Illinois economist.

    Crop Prices Erode Farm Subsidy Program

  • Darrel Stephens, executive director of Major Cities Chiefs Association, an organization of sheriffs and police chiefs, said the data show ICE is deporting criminals.

    Drunken driving, traffic crime deportations way up

  • Republican Darrel Issa, Chairperson of the Government Oversight and Government Reform Committee, sent letters to 170 industry associations asking for marching orders of which so-called "job-killing" regulations they wanted out of the way.

    Donald Cohen: Back to the Future: The Cost of Delay

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