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  • A government big enough to give you erything you need is also big enough to take it all away.

    Networks respond to false Fox ad

  • Her make-up was so natural there was barely any sign of it and her smile said ev - erything was right in her world.

    The Bellini Bride

  • You want to have ev - erything go back to how it was.

    The Bellini Bride

  • Isabel's par-ents had spent a lot of time and money organising ev-erything, and I didn't think it would be fair on them.

    A Secret Vengeance

  • But, as Steve had once told him, if you didn't stake ev erything, you didn't deserve to win.

    Rome's Revenge

  • The Interim Medical and Dental Council of SA last week recommended an additional two years 'internship for doctors before they are alThe department on Monday said it erything possible to make hospital posts available for this purpose, and to ensure adequate supervision by senior doctors.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • When they'd that this whole trip seemed out of her control, but that evpaused at the top, she'd wanted to get off, but couldn't. erything seemed to be on the verge of changing.

    A Ring And A Promise

  • Crigolit barely paused long enough to exchange greet-ings via antenna touch, while Segunians tripped over ev-erything including their own gangly limbs in their fervid attempts to reach their stations.

    The False Mirror

  • Our hunters fought valiantly to prevent it, doing ev - erything they could to throw back the assault.

    The Elf Queen of Shannara

  • She had lost all track of time, all sense of ev - erything but what she had come to do.

    The Elf Queen of Shannara


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