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  • I heard his wife was having kittens when she found out Heard earlier today on the Radio 4 programme with Sandi Toksvig that his Solicitor requested bail from the court and admitted that his client did not have a 'stable address'!

    Army Rumour Service

  • I have heard excellent reviews about this restaurant and would like a 2 for 1 coupon, thanks in advance Heard about this restaurant and would love a 2 for 1 coupon Would like to try your restaurant, can I have a two for one coupon? by Debbie Caplan on March 12th 2009 8: 05 PM

    The Clog

  • I do think Amber Heard is a good suggestion even though I can't stand Hidden Palms, I saw her in something else and she is very talented. seat42f someone like Amber Heard from the soon to be canceld Hidden Palms seat42f unless your suggestions are wearing REALLY high boots they are all too small.

    Help Cast SMALLVILLE’S SuperGirl | the TV addict

  • "Heard" is the verb most applying to the purpose of the Epistle, namely the truth which John had heard concerning the Word of life, that is, (Christ) the Word who is the life.

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • Heard is quickly on her way to becoming a household name -- and has already had quite a week in the trades, as she was just announced as the lead in John Carpenter's "The Ward," and also has a cameo in Woody Harrelson's "Zombieland."

    Amber Heard Takes A Swing From Johnny Depp’s ‘Rum Diaries’ » MTV Movies Blog

  • Heard from a VERY reliable source that D released her OWN sex tape.

    Danielle Staub Sex Tape “Stolen”

  • March 05, 2007 in Heard Through the Grapevine | Permalink

    Heard Through the Grapevine

  • August 20, 2007 in Heard Through the Grapevine | Permalink

    Heard Through the Grapevine

  • March 23, 2009 in Heard Through the Grapevine | Permalink

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  • Heard from a colleague that there were originally plans for Barack to make a big public speech in front of Independence Hall, alla Lincoln.

    Watching the Train Roll By - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com

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