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  • •Lawn Nurse-when I was around 15 I sat in a basement and cold called people in the phone book offering them "free lawn evaluations" from the "Lawn Doctor."

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  • This Lawn is Your Lawn – 1 minute version for Climate Matters contest from roger doiron on Vimeo.

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  • More than a hundred years ago, in "Lawn Tennis" (August 1903), Arthur Stanwood Pier wrote an article staking out his position that tennis is better than other sports.

    For the Love of the Game

  • RESOLVED, That room 46 East Lawn is hereby assigned to the Kappa Sigma Fraternity, beginning with the session of 1926-27, upon the following conditions:

    Board of Visitors minutes

  • She also wrote The Chamomile Lawn, which is probably more well-known, but I like the protagonist of Harnessing Peacocks, which takes place in the eighties, perhaps.

    Reading, Young and Old

  • Later, the couple stopped by a private reception at the British Consul-General's residence where Catherine wore the Maja silk dress by Diane Von Furstenberg in "Lawn" a.k.a. green.

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  • The success of Famous Golfers persuaded Wills to use Harris for another series and this was titled Lawn Tennis, 1931.

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  • A while back, Manfred posted the catchy music video Zombies On Your Lawn, which is a bunch of friends wearing silly costumes and mugging to a silly song it gave me hope for our upcoming singing herring video.

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  • He entered the dramatic, colonnade-lined commons known as the Lawn.

    The Last Patriot

  • Lord M. proposes to give me possession either of that which he has in Lancashire, [to which, by the way, I think I have a better title than he has himself,] or that we call The Lawn, in Hertfordshire, upon my nuptials with a lady whom he so greatly admires; and to make that I shall choose a clear 1000l. per annum.

    Clarissa Harlowe

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