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  • It is the storyteller, the dream-maker, the myth-maker, that is our phoenix, that represents us at our best, and at our most creative.

    Shaped By Stories « Tales from the Reading Room

  • It is the storyteller, the dream-maker, the myth-maker, that is our phoenix, what we are at our best, when we are our most creative.

    365: Mirror, Mirror

  • Oh dream-maker, you heartbreaker, Wherever you're goin ', I'm goin' your way.

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  • Chauncey Veatch says his mission as a teacher is to be a dream-maker for my students, not a dream-breaker.

    CNN Transcript Apr 24, 2002

  • I'm supposed to be a dream-crusher, I'd like to be a dream-maker.

    Starpulse Entertainment News

  • What happened to the liberal dream-maker who was going to provide health care to every person in the country while hand-feeding grateful polar bears basking on vast new expanses of restored sea ice?

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  • The internet's constant dream-maker and hit-breaker, Chris at GorillaVsBear has just shared the first accompanying promo video for Beach House 's superlative, prospective year-stealing "Teen Everybody's favorite east coast Jewish-American afro-pop quartet, Vampire Weekend, accomplishes a few things - perhaps more than they might have aspired - with Contra, their second full-length

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