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  • Today, I'm announcing my FIRST EVER plus-sized teen model competition which I'm calling the Fiercely Real Teen Model Search; plus-sized tends to have a negative connotation and I want young girls to realize that what's considered plus-sized is the average American woman.

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  • On the work front, he has two problems: Writer / director Jemery Brunell (Michael Wincott) feels his film "Fiercely," starring Sean Penn (who plays himself), is a masterpiece, especially with the ending that kills the main character's dog.

    Knox

  • The first, titled "Fiercely," starring Sean Penn (played by Penn himself), has already been completed.

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  • Ben's studio chief, Lou (Catherine Keener), is scared to death that "Fiercely" will tank.

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  • The problem with the footage of "Fiercely" we see is that it doesn't look like a real movie.

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  • Most notably, the genteel football song "Fight Fiercely, Harvard."

    Spencer Green: The Enduring Satiric Genius of Tom Lehrer

  • Fiercely cheering us on, my soaked teammates on the sidelines were going hoarse.

    One Season

  • Fiercely he willed his erection to subside and offered her his arm.

    How to Woo a Reluctant Lady

  • Fiercely private pop powerhouse Christina Aguilera has paid tribute to her producer hubby in a tearful television interview – crediting her romance with Jordan Bratman with helping her overcome her troubled childhood with an abusive father.

    Christina Aguilera Ryan Seacrest Interview: Audio Ryan Seacrest Christina Aguilera KIIS-FM Interview

  • Fiercely chewing their swords, they show "the terrifying world of Nordic warfare," Mr. MacGregor says.

    At Age 850, Still in the Game

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