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  • Already almost spent from your day's endeavors, you suddenly find yourself needing to re-dress in evening wear, squeeze yourself into your heels and brave the icy pavement.

    The Must-Have Boots of Fall

  • She started to re-dress for the cold, even though her apartment was only two doors down.

    Substitute Me

  • I toss the guy from across the pond back to the bank to drain everything and re-dress as he latches into another.

    Kill Me Slowly: I'm a Guide

  • Lets re-dress this awful situation, and have each Corrupt MP(s) (from all parties) declare their expences and let the constituents decide once and for all, if they are fit for office.

    OPEN THREAD.

  • I wunner if dat eber happinz at *FASHUN*Week, R do dey tayk wun offenderrrr away an re-dress dem….

    O, Dem? - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • Finally, 'Flambiyant realist: Kenneth Branagh' again tries to re-dress the critical mauling his films have been subjected to - there really isn't anything like the four hour 'Hamlet'.

    Feeling Listless - "Taking the credit for your second symphony."

  • Holding each other we sleep for an hour or so before i re-dress and kiss her one last time before leaving her asleep and dreaming.

    fragile-liar Diary Entry

  • Sasco called on the Education Ministry to accelerate the re-dress fund with a view to servicing the student debt.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • He said a re-dress of the system was needed, but that

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Today, Christmas Day, Aliena would roast a swan and re-dress it with its feathers for the table, and there would be posset to drink, made of ale, eggs, milk, and nutmeg.

    The Pillars of the Earth

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