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  • proper n. The Rolling Stones, a very successful British rock band formed in the 1960s, still together in the 21st century


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  • I'll say this up front: As of today, the average customer review for Robert Greenfield's Exile on Main Street: A Season in Hell with the Rolling Stones is about 2 1/4, with many one-star reviews citing arrogance, cliché, and a generally nasty tone.

    Guilty Pleasures

  • (The hardcover edition ofExile on Main St.: A Season in Hell with the Rolling Stones is also available at a bargain price, while supplies last.) -- Jon

    Guilty Pleasures

  • The sequel, Sticks and Stones, is coming out in a couple weeks and I'm going to snap it right up.

    Friday Book Club

  • Henry Ellison (from Stones from the Quarry [1875])

    The New Prometheus

  • I watched as Desmond unplugged a big version of the Shankara Stones from a glowy pool of water in the Sleestak cave.

    Help me, I'm LOST. The finale.

  • And "City of Stones" is - takes place in 1928 and 1929.

    Book Your Trip: Nancy Pearl Picks Tales For Travel

  • Of course, any such list that does not include Iggy Pop and every member of the Rolling Stones is highly suspect ...

    January 2008

  • Stones from the River: A por­trait of Nazi Ger­many from the per­spec­tive of a female dwarf.

    I ♥ Oprah « Snarkmarket

  • Victor from Four Stones is reporting that Cyveillance t [...]

    2005 June | Evil Genius Chronicles

  • Victor from Four Stones is reporting that Cyveillance tried to crack into his server.



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