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  • Silvester is strong but he got no rhythm anymore … in the movie he was mostly waiting for the punches … and it was really not that good directed "just the fight" …

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  • The "Liber Pontificalis" under the name Silvester (ed.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 1: Aachen-Assize

  • I guess a criticism could be that the characters of Silvester and the women (and therefore the worlds they create) are stereotypical and overbroad, even though the book WAS written in the 50s.

    Insert Cliche Quip Here, Baby

  • Lekki residents' association chairman Silvester Oputa said people here now live in constant fear of heavy rains and strong tides.

    Erosion Undercuts Nigeria Beach Tourism

  • In Pratt City, the low-slung brick building where Silvester Williams, pastor of the Morningstar Full Gospel Baptist Church, has been holding Sunday services since 1988 has a hole in the roof and an unlit sanctuary full of broken windows.

    South Struggles to Assess Toll

  • He doesn't have the grumpy gravitas of William Hartnell, but I detect some homage to his portrayal in the approach taken by Silvester McCoy.

    Gibbon Chapter XVI

  • I've never more than skimmed 2000 AD but was aware of the basic set-up of Dredd's world; I have not seen the 1996 movie starring Silvester Stallone.

    April Books 22) Triumph of a Time Lord, by Matt Hills

  • In the trial issue Jonathan Holland chats to Estrella Morente on singing for Penelope Cruz and following in her father's footsteps; Liz Silvester investigates saying 'I do' in the sun and why fight over sun loungers at a hotel when you can rent some of the most fabulous villas in the Balearics?

    Spain via Exact Editions

  • The shops closed at 3pm on December 31 as Silvester is considered a public holiday, and then the Silvesterpfad kicked off.

    New Year episode « The expat numbat: from AU to NL

  • Silvester testified to a federal grand jury in 2000 that he suggested Malek's firm pay a percentage of the investment as a "finder's fee" to William DiBella, a friend and former Connecticut state senator.

    Fundraisers linked to corruption cases


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