from The Century Dictionary.
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from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
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The 75-and-older population actually grew by about 1,000. carrol Says:
In fact, because Mason has been hiding down there anyway, we set up a little reading nook for him in the corner with a comfy chair and his own book carrol (one of the spinny kinds).
March 9th, 2010 4:01 pm ET phillip carrol – so the super rich, who worked and made their money, while obviously you didn't....need to pay your and other slacker's way?
The rain forest is characterized by upper strata species such as piccabeen palm Archontophoenix cunninghamiana, hoop pine Araucaria cunninghamii, kauri pine Agathis robusta and carrol Backhousia myrtifolia.
Two Irish language students from Spain perform the Irish folk song "Oró sé do bheatha bhaile", in different versions Spanish traditional songs, rap, carrol...
You could be any one of inumerable Bob Dylan characters: maggie, hattie carrol...
There are many websites advertising rental properties. carrol
"It's in the way of nature, my dear," he said and upon his shoulder she wept, the wagon waiting, the driver munching; and on the fence and in the trees the birds that had been wedding guests were singing, having come down from the vine-knob to carrol them a good-bye.
Before the fire sit Crescimir and Jovita singing the little Christmas carrol of the Illyrian children.
Up front Bellamy who also plays left mid , carrol and Suarez.