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  • Anyone know when it'll be out in the States? grace this looks like your typical horror, so many borrowed bits! clara is this a remake im sure i watched somethin like this in the 80s???

    The Children Movie Trailer | /Film

  • If you see that user 'clara' is logged in with the 'who' or 'w' command or whatever, and you wish to talk to her for some reason or another, you'd type

    Phrack Issue #15 (Shooting Shark's Issue)

  • [Footnote 163: Notice "clara" and "concisa" in the feminine.] = Caer = (to fall).

    Pitman's Commercial Spanish Grammar (2nd ed.)

  • A neighbor came over one afternoon and asked, ¿Tienes una clara para mí?, which mystified me until she clarified (so to speak) that she needed a beer.

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  • A neighbor came over one afternoon and asked, ¿Tienes una clara para mí?, which mystified me until she clarified (so to speak) that she needed a beer.

    Most useful words and phrases

  • A neighbor came over one afternoon and asked, ¿Tienes una clara para mí?, which mystified me until she clarified (so to speak) that she needed a beer.

    Most useful words and phrases

  • A neighbor came over one afternoon and asked, ¿Tienes una clara para mí?, which mystified me until she clarified (so to speak) that she needed a beer.

    Most useful words and phrases

  • A neighbor came over one afternoon and asked, ¿Tienes una clara para mí?, which mystified me until she clarified (so to speak) that she needed a beer.

    Most useful words and phrases

  • A neighbor came over one afternoon and asked, ¿Tienes una clara para mí?, which mystified me until she clarified (so to speak) that she needed a beer.

    Most useful words and phrases

  • A neighbor came over one afternoon and asked, ¿Tienes una clara para mí?, which mystified me until she clarified (so to speak) that she needed a beer.

    Most useful words and phrases

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