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  • Appearing in front of what appears to be a quite vibrant-looking main street there's a store in the background with the word "Loft" in its title so ... come on, Bachmann assails the president for his handling of the economy and explains her vote.

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  • Prairie Loft is at 1320 N. Route 59 Naperville, Illinois (3 blocks south of I-88 at Route 59 & Brookdale).

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  • Prairie Loft is at 1320 N. Route 59 Naperville, Illinois (3 blocks south of I-88 at Route 59 & Brookdale).

    Prairie Loft Grand Opening Event

  • The Loft is in Suite 200, Open Book, 1011 Washington Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55415.

    Day in the Life of an Idiot

  • A year-over-year improvement in merchandise margins, a new line of younger, more contemporary products called Loft 21 and tight inventory levels.

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  • It seems that signing a contract in August for a $2.5 million apartment at the address, in a building called the Loft, has come back to haunt the 23-year-old actress, who starred in last year's Dr. T and the Women and is now filming Lord of the Rings.

    Is Courtney Love the Curse of 30 Crosby Street?

  • LUPONE The reception was at a place called the Loft, I don't even know if that exists anymore, and her voice goes up several octaves Mandy was dancing again!

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  • Upstairs next to the Arcadian Court, the retailer plans to create a new event and meeting space, tentatively called The Loft, which will cater to both business and social occasions of various sizes.

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  • They all replied with a semi-religious convinction that the Loft was the party that changed their lives - their view of what could be achieved on a dance floor.

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  • And in the back of the store is an area known as the Loft, with a Starbucks, cooking class area and a fully functioning bar called Corks with a sizable seating area.

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