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  • The presentor was teaching them to lie about their house to get it sold, telling them to scam people into buying a house with water damage instead of getting it fixed, telling them to say nothing about the plans that will soon destroy the view and surround the house with construction sites.

    short weekly

  • On the walk along the riverbank back to the office, the chanting from the presentor, answered back and forth by the voices of the mourners, a sound more like the ocean breaking rhythmically against the shoreline than singing, had become imprinted on his brain.

    A Small Death in the Great Glen

  • Here is what actress Kate Beckinsale had to say about that as a presentor in last year's heroes event.

    CNN Transcript Oct 3, 2009

  • This comprises a weekly lesson of about an hour in length concerning Christian instruction where the presentor actually goes into the classroom, guiding and teaching those children for a term, or even years as committment and family permit ..

    Free to be Home

  • Stigler tried to cut a presentor down quickly and based on arguments outside of the purposes of the author; Friedman on the other hand tried to help the author improve their argument whether he agreed with it or not.

    The Austrian Economists:

  • An interesting comment from presentor Frank Miller, before presenting the award to Lynda Barry:

    Archive 2003-07-01

  • Today, I'll be having a big meeting and will do a presentation about the event to some sponsors who will be joining as co-presentor for the event.

    Azrael's Merryland

  • Labels: advert, autism, drive weekly, pdd-nos, support worker, tv presentor Written by Aspie Bird 10: 25 PM

    Autism Hub

  • This video shows a Dutch TV presentor Anita Witzier, Her show is about the news behind small online adverts.

    Autism Hub

  • BBC's TV garden program presentor and known Irish landscaper Diarmuid Gavin reckons Soekershof as his favourite garden in South Africa (UK Sunday Times).

    Muti

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