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  • The leaf-covered ground supported my weight easily.

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  • It fell with a little thud to the leaf-covered ground.

    Choker

  • Other big-name surrogates were thick on Virginia's leaf-covered ground over the weekend.

    For four Virginia Democrats, it's sink or swim time in a GOP current

  • Stretching out on the leaf-covered ground, she worked to keep the amusing thoughts in her mind.

    Judge deveraux

  • Audrey's knees buckled and she feel face-first into the leaf-covered grass.

    a larp dream

  • So...not exactly sure what this is but if you're in the market for a very jolly mannequin amputee or a leaf-covered bike, you know where you can find 'em. digg this digg this email this email this tweet this tweet this facebook this facebook this

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  • I twist his arm more tightly behind his back and push him down to the leaf-covered ground, pressing one knee against his back.

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  •     “Now don't forget to step to the side,” I warned, dabbing a foot gently on the leaf-covered trap.

    Loose Lips Sink Ships

  • The dancers cradle her, carry and writhe with her, then set her down in a leaf-covered woodland with a male dancer very reminiscent of Shakespeare's Puck leaving her last, their outstretched fingers slipping from each other's grasp as the seizure causes spasms and the woman's hands curl.

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  • Just looking at her in the leaf-covered forest, her hair damp and curling about her face, dressed in a severe, overly proper riding habit of deep brown, heated his blood.

    The Laird Who Loved Me

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