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  • Comic relief: It was at the gathering where we watched the concert DVD that another of my friends observed, β€œTom Petty is really starting to look like Klaus Kinski.”

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  • Petty is my middle name EK New - petty-mania .. (shouldn't have started that) 8: 24 PM david cameron's forehead said ...

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  • Either way, Tom Petty is awesome and I would gladly trade anything about Bob Dylan for anything about Tom Petty.

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  • As an actress and artist as well, Petty is truly a jack of all trades with enlightening designer also under her thumb.

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  • They arrived in Petty Harbour in 1784, where their first child, Michael, was born, and they moved on to Cape Broyle the following year.

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  • The only title Petty won when he was truly challenged was in 1979, when he edged Waltrip,

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  • Major Hertel de Rouville, with upwards of three hundred and forty French and Indians, arrived at a pine bluff overlooking Deerfield meadow, about two miles north of the village -- a locality now known as Petty's Plain.

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  • There had been talk at first, both inside and outside the Francais, of a satirical piece called the Petty Bourgeois, but having nothing except the name in common with his unfinished novel similarly yclept.

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  • From the mate it was further learned that the pursuer had overhauled the pursued between Petit Goufre -- which he and the whole company called Petty Gulf -- and Grand Gulf; places named before the days of steam for their dangerous eddies.

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  • There are two churchyards to Bishopsgate Church or parish; one we go over to pass from the place called Petty France into Bishopsgate Street, coming out just by the church door; the other is on the side of the narrow passage where the almshouses are on the left, and a dwarf wall with a palisade on it on the right hand, and the city wall on the other side more to the right.

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