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  • You could take a fery which would be about $700 less each way but that trip takes 2.5 days and the departure and arrival times are not convenient.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » IPCC’s Pachauri Should Shut His Mouth

  • It may do fery well for my excellent friend Sir Bingo, who hath stables, and kennels, and what not, to maintain the six filthy prutes that are yelping and yowling all the tay, and all the neight too, under my window, by

    Saint Ronan's Well

  • This is the first time i see ur name on my blog so you are fery fery welucome. 2nd place aint too bad for a first time comer abi?

    "All correct Sir!"

  • Tonight found me fery pissed hammering out rocka nd roll and boowgie wooie i the Royal oak.

    Boogie from the past

  • Europe, she shall not be angry to be tolt that she is fery, fery rich.

    Scenes from a Courtesan's Life

  • “Dere is someting fery strange in all dat,” thought

    Scenes from a Courtesan's Life

  • I remeber a few years ago driving out of the fery terminal at Dover to go past lots of young men of foreign birth who were sunning themselves outside those first guest houses as you enter Dover town.

    VC Hero Denied Permission to Live In Britain

  • One needs to be fery fery sharplol, The area boys phenomena don spread round every where for Naija now o!

    Lagos Touts Part 2

  • We haf indeed peen eager to acquire it fery eager; and it was only ze fear that you might be, on patriotic groundts, acting in collusion with your Pritish War

    The War in the Air

  • His chugments of men are fery just and right, and it is better for men to act up to them — gompletely.

    The War in the Air

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