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  • It was called "Revelry," R-E-V-E-L, and it was a thinly disguised account of what Adams thought was the Harding scandals.

    The Strange Deaths of President Harding

  • Moving right along to "Revelry," this is interesting territory that the Kings often walk in.

    Playback:stl Syndication

  • "Revelry" dribbles their early influences with drecky "oooh-ooohs," and "Use Somebody" sounds as if it was composed to accompany a shot of an emotional Izzie storming down a hallway during a very special episode of

    Westword | Complete Issue

  • You'd hope a song with a title like 'Revelry' to pick things up a bit.

    Artrocker -

  • Revelry Dawn was just old enough to make it ambivalent as to whether his white hair was caused by his age or his profession.

    Fishers of Hope

  • Without looking at the Revelry comments, but based on Shandy's hint and my own experience, I would say that if you you have very sloping shoulders, or narrow shoulders you might have a problem with this cardigan slipping off.

    Jean's Knitting

  • Went to the Mystic Mutts of Revelry Saturday-afternoon dog parade, where the canine marshal-equivalent wore a collar made of empty cans of Bud.

    2009 February 16 « One-Minute Book Reviews

  • Business, Innovation, Altruism, Personal Growth, the Arts and Revelry were all represented, and the mind-blowing list of speakers included 42nd President Bill Clinton, musician John Legend, the founders of Craigslist, E!

    Leslie Goldman: The Future Looks Bright From Summit Series DC10

  • No weather luck at all the next night, as we assembled for Solar One's Revelry by the River, an event we were so proud to serve.

    Liz Neumark: Feed, Eat, Fresco

  • There's much to do for the paper, and you'll be wanting a glass or two of Revelry Enhancer, so I'll not hang around.

    The Ashes 2010: Australia v England - day four as it happened


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