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  • Or the streak of snobbery that runs through me like the gnarly varicose veins in an old dear's legs.

    Restaurant review: Albert's Table

  • Because that would be racist or a violation of those who seek to destroy us and everything we hold dear's yuman rites, innit.

    THROUGH THE GLASS DARKLY..

  • Stuck at home today cox dear's on duty n i have a freaking mosiac to do~

    kimmiology Diary Entry

  • The boy was run through by Ms Wark who was more-or-less laughing at the poor dear's feeble attempts to deny (a) his party's part in de-mutualisation and de-regulation and (b) the government's success in dealing with the crisis so far.

    When Newsnight Kirsty Met GOO: Trouble Ensued

  • And now, to add insult to injury, the poor dear's blog has only been getting three hits a day.

    Sorry. On drugs at the moment.

  • And now, to add insult to injury, the poor dear's blog has only been getting three hits a day.

    Archive 2005-07-01

  • "I've only been telling you that since the day after you woke up in cousin dear's castle."

    The Towers of the Sunset

  • "As far as I'm concerned, " he/she said, 'the little dear's better off with Miss Charles than with Turn Around Norman.

    Skinny Legs and All

  • "Of course you couldn't So you fiddled the old dear's account — the one who trusted you implicitly?"

    Frost at Christmas

  • "Push that pink dogwood back a little, Aunt Dorrie -- make it like a frame around the mirror for the dear's face."

    The Shield of Silence

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