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  • They seemed to know that tomorrow is graduation day, Ginja Spader said.

    Pendragon: Before the War: Book One of the Travelers

  • When they arrived at his room, Benn told Ginja, Give us some time.

    Pendragon: Before the War: Book One of the Travelers

  • Ngema said he was taken from there to an ANC detention centre in Ginja province, Uganda, where he remained for four years.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Along with an influx of Seafolly this season, Simply Beach has also brought into its highly diverse stock Baku, Ginja, Verdissama, and Panache.

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  • I liked to order Ginja with berries in it - it's great! ... and Fado - soulful Portuguese music with its mournful melodies and lyrics - try to find time for an evening of Fado ... it's unlike anything else ...

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  • Also - don't miss tasting Ginjinha (or Ginja for short) - Portuguese favorite liqueur made of sour cherries ...

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  • The crowd responded with cries of "Gisa" (chase out the people in power), "Ginja (change) and" Dwa "(out with them).

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • A Summary of The Wine Pleasures Conference Re: Rediscovering a Little Gem - El Brillante in El puerto de Santa María Re: For All You Port Lovers, A Delicious Alternative: Ginja with Chocolate

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  • Re: For All You Port Lovers, A Delicious Alternative: Ginja with Chocolate

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  • The Definition of Ginja: pron. gin-jah. Noun. A soulless, red haired ninja of great skill with plans of world domination!

    January 10, 2015