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  • The animal, called Rolo, had been bought for Jay by his mother but the pair soon realised they couldn't look after him in their tiny back yard in Newcastle.


  • The limited-edition necklaces, available now in stores and on Payless. com, feature a unique silver-toned loop-link "Rolo" chain and three dangling charms including a silver-toned ring inscribed with the inspiring messages "Dream" and "Believe," offset by a clear crystal-like drop charm and a larger red medallion disc.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • One of those men in the photos was Adam "Rolo" Dore, who was later charged with aggravated assault in connection with that incident.


  • I had the Mocha Rolo which is espresso and steamed milk with chocolate and caramel sauce.

    BC Bloggers

  • Daytime concerts by Rolo Tomassi, the Futureheads and Los Campesinos! are supplemented this year by a world music stage headlined by reggae royalty Johnny Clarke, and almost every venue pitches in with additional live acts and DJs through the night.

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  • Hershey's sales are otherwise being boosted by the successful launches of new products like Reese's Minis and Hershey's Drops, and the company plans some extensions to those lines, including Rolo Minis.

    Sales Sweeten Hershey's Net

  • Eva Spence alternately trills and shrieks fronting mathcore noiseniks Rolo Tomassi, touring with Architects 1-17 Apr, tour begins Concorde 2, Brighton.

    Live music booking now

  • Rolo (below with a cutout of Coyote, one of the stories 'animal protagonists) explained that the colorfully illustrated books teach Native children on reservations and in urban-Indian communities to control diabetes through proper nutrition, exercise, and traditional beliefs.

    Stephanie Woodard: Wham! Pow! The CDC Goes to Comic-Con

  • To create the books, she, at her desk at Westat, a CDC contractor in Atlanta, and Rolo, at his drawing board in Wisconsin, transmit ideas back and forth, continually polishing their own and each other's work.

    Stephanie Woodard: Wham! Pow! The CDC Goes to Comic-Con

  • A longtime penciller (the person who draws the figures that'll be colored in) for "Spiderman," "Mortal Kombat," "Nightmare on Elm Street," and other comics, Rolo (below with Lofton) knows his way around the industry and told CDC scientists that the world's largest popular-culture convention was the place to be.

    Stephanie Woodard: Wham! Pow! The CDC Goes to Comic-Con


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