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  • proper n. A female given name, variant of Cheryl or Shirley.


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  • At the daily scrum around the Discovery Team bus at the start area, Sheryl is there answering reporters 'questions, waving hello to the many friends who are following the Tour, signing autographs, chatting strategy with team director Johan Bruyneel and making last-minute contact with her man before he jumps on his bike and goes to work.

  • If she called Sheryl, she is more likely to get a REAL response.

    sierrazen Diary Entry

  • Print Sheryl Cwele: SA minister's wife gets 12-year jail term Sheryl Cwele, the wife of South Africa's intelligence minister, has been sentenced to 12 years in jail for drug trafficking.

    BBC News - Home

  • Carol places the responsibility for the death of the woman she calls Sheryl not only on abortionist Harvey Johnson's shoulders, but squarely on her own.


  • Ms. Burch said she'd been "calling Sheryl for five years to perform" at this benefit.

    A Colorful Crowd at Sloan-Kettering Gala

  • If so, you no-doubt love her big breakthrough record, unoriginally called Sheryl Crow.

    Christopher Ryan: Sheryl Crow and UFOs

  • The store worker, identified as Sheryl Finch, 49, was knocked to the ground when she was struck by the man's car as he drove away, but she declined medical treatment, deputies said. Stories

  • Onto the Macross Frontier group aka Sheryl Nome army, clearly one of the crowd favorites of the event.

    Anime Nano!

  • She wont fucking call Sheryl [the mother of my cousins who I believe stole my DVDs].

    sierrazen Diary Entry

  • This led her to work with the likes of such co-producers/co-writers as Jeff Franzel, Adrian Gurvitz, Frank Filipetti and Tom Kimmel, who have worked with stars such as Sheryl Crow, James Taylor and Art Garfunkel, to collaborate for her debut album Released.

    Lisa Palleschi


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