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- noun Plural form of
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Nissans, especially the smaller 4dr sedans, are very popular in the Guadalajara area, along with small chevies and VWs.
Lorn watches the barbarians as Nytral chevies the raw lancers into formation.
I love ford I like dodge and I hate chevy but fords and chevies are the best mud runners.
if it were a chevy or a ford I'd suggest you ditch it -- no cool-factor for chevies or fords; Vovlo's got the cool-factor
Prevost's, by comparison, works a gymnastic sense of slow, methodical planning, deliberately mapping out each careful turn before moving, as well as evoking an element of nonsense, placed between sense. node's throw moon glints off as wide mute spurs eat a prairie cloud cells in touch where wheat waves speak try not to rust bread sleeping under plough/combine chevies under shoes in red flakes shuffle a dark soil remove your mock fingers from pocketbook plots