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  • The next word on our list is adulteries or the Greek word moy-khi-ah which is very close to what follows the word translated fornications which is por-ni-ah.

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  • Mawi (pronounced "moy"), known for its eclectic, heirloom-style jewelry, even sells items from the past four years of collections in its archives section, while its blog announces sample sales and imparts crucial fashion gossip.

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  • Laura dearie, another form of address of note in Nfld is "my son" first syllable sounds like "moy" used between men reciprocally, as a sign of familiarity.

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  • I do like it however ove Chrome (beta) launched today - Google's New Browser « Welcome to ~S'moy's~ World:

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  • I do like it however ove Chrome (beta) launched today - Google's New Browser « Welcome to ~S'moy's~ World:

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  • I do like it however ove Chrome (beta) launched today - Google's New Browser « Welcome to ~S'moy's~ World:

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  • Chrome (beta) launched today - Google's New Browser « Welcome to ~S'moy's~ World Chrome (beta) launched today - Google's New Browser « Welcome to ~S'moy's~ World:

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  • A Russian legend sang “tak krasivo, moy lebed” “so beautiful, my swan,” as a young American skater soared and spiraled across a giant sheet of mirrored ice, re-imagining the iconic performance of Maya Plisetskaya as the Dying Swan.

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  • A Russian legend sang “tak krasivo, moy lebed” “so beautiful, my swan,” as a young American skater soared and spiraled across a giant sheet of mirrored ice, re-imagining the iconic performance of Maya Plisetskaya as the Dying Swan.

    Welcome to My World

  • A Russian legend sang “tak krasivo, moy lebed” “so beautiful, my swan,” as a young American skater soared and spiraled across a giant sheet of mirrored ice, re-imagining the iconic performance of Maya Plisetskaya as the Dying Swan.

    Welcome to My World

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