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  • abbr. Shakespeare

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  • Radio Shak is in the same complex as Liverpool and Sears. margojean

    Radio Shack location

  • London to the then remote village of Stratford-on-Avon, where scarcely a score of people could read, and none were likely to connect the name of their countryman, who they knew could neither read nor write and whom they called Shak or Shackspur, with "William Shakespeare" the author of plays the very names of which were absolutely unknown to any of them.

    Bacon is Shake-Speare

  • But one, by name Shak-shak (The Hawk), came back with hoards of gold nuggets, chickimin, * everything; he was rich like the white men, and, like them, he kept it.

    Legends of Vancouver

  • But one, by name Shak-shak (The Hawk), came back with hoards of gold nuggets, chickimin (Money), everything; he was rich like the white men, and, like them, he kept it.

    Legends of Vancouver

  • But one, by name Shak-shak (The Hawk), came back with hoards of gold nuggets, chickimin, [1] everything; he was rich like the white men, and, like them, he kept it.

    Legends of Vancouver

  • Daher, a French businssman who produced the shoe movie - his second one about footware - called Shak "The Queen of Spades," referring to her pink patent six-inch heels with the black spade on the side custom-made by legendary shoe designer Walter Steiger.

    PhillyDeals

  • Daher, a French businessman who produced the shoe movie - his second one about footwear - called Shak "The Queen of Spades," referring to her pink patent six-inch heels with the black spade on the side, custom-made by the legendary shoe designer Walter Steiger.

    PhillyDeals

  • Four hours from Denoun is the village Ghebaib [Arabic]; it has a small Khan to the left of the Hadj route, to the right of it is a Birket or reservoir of water, which is supplied by the river Shak-heb [Arabic], whose source, Ain Shak-heb, with a village called Shak-heb, lies to the

    Travels in Syria and the Holy Land

  • (ﺷﻘﻬﺐ), whose source, Ain Shak-heb, with a village called Shak-heb, lies to the N.W. of Ghebaib.

    Travels in Syria and the Holy Land

  • A memorial service for "Shak" Rhaimbux is planned for Saturday at 5: 30 p.m. at Fibber McGee's.

    WWAY NewsChannel 3 - Local News, Weather and Sports for Wilmington, NC and the Cape Fear Region

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