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  • He referred to her as his Swedish "flicka" (or "girl") or his "Gorilla" -- a pet name for Gunilla.

    Reuters: Top News

  • “Trust me, vacker, flicka, I know just how to keep you hot.”

    Black Magic

  • One day “out of the wild, blue yonder” as the homies would say, Richard brings up the “flicka.”

    Tattoos on the Heart

  • So I stare at the kid in the flicka and wonder if he is giving it to me.

    Tattoos on the Heart

  • “Yeah,” I say, showing him the flicka, “Make it big.”

    Tattoos on the Heart

  • (I'll post there and let you all know when it's working). flicka - They contacted me - I'm not sure how they found me, but maybe Zuska or Janet had something to do with it.

    Moving Day

  • But now that it's hot summer weather, it hasn't seemed necessary ... but maybe? flicka - We used the co-sleeper until a few weeks ago, when Minnow got to be a good roller and we got concerned about the shallower railing on the cosleeper versus the crib.

    Mommy monday: our sleep issues

  • What would be great is if she could get raped by flicka.

    MEGAN FOX NAKED IS NOT IN THE NEW PUSH POSTER WITH CHRIS EVANS

  • Så en dag, just vid den här tiden på året, uppenbarade sig i laboratoriets mörker en otroligt vacker flicka, klädd i ett spökes vita dräkt, med långt gyllene hår och på huvudet bar hon en krona med brinnande ljus.

    Christian de Duve - Banquet Speech

  • It will be all be complicated, the way I feel now, my Swedish flicka.

    NewsBusters.org - Exposing Liberal Media Bias

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  • Flicka and her rider Ken McLaughlin

    My Friend Flicka is a 1941 novel by Mary O'Hara, about Ken McLaughlin, the son of a Wyoming rancher, and his horse Flicka. It was the first in a trilogy, followed by Thunderhead, Son of Flicka (1943) and Green Grass of Wyoming (1946). The popular 1943 film version featured a young Roddy McDowall. It was followed by film adaptations of the other two novels, in 1945 and 1948, and by a television series (1956-1958) that first aired on CBS, then on NBC, followed by reruns on ABC and on CBS between 1959 and 1966.

    _Wikipedia

    February 1, 2008