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  • July 21st, 2010 at 11: 08 pm fucen tarmal redstone is just competing with jack welsh’s girl group, 30box

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  • Remember the country of origin, (and not so popular background), of the pitch man for the redstone group.

    Transition Team Update - NASA Watch

  • A 12-by-20-foot British painting of the Coronation Durbar or "celebration" of 1903 shows elephants marching in procession past a great redstone palace, ridden in turn by the viceroy, the new British king's brother, and the leading native princes.

    Conspicuous Consumption

  • Gul Ragat nodded, and they recommenced their stately, measure tread toward the crescent-moon bridge across the Swifts and the last, upward slope to the redstone walls of the General Lyll Military Academy.

    REBELS: THE LIBERATED, BOOK III OF III

  • We then proceeded through a well-grassed country, with mulga bushes, and at twenty miles camped under a redstone hill, not being able to get any further.

    The Journals of John McDouall Stuart

  • A stone archway and recessed entry provided the access to whatever chambers and passages had been cut into the redstone cliff.

    Soarer's Choice

  • Then, suddenly he could see clearly, if still linked below, and found himself in one of the redstone corridors.

    Soarer's Choice

  • The planned road had been marked roughly with stones, redstone chunks that sometimes were hard to pick out against the reddish soil between the clumps of tan grass.

    Soarer's Choice

  • From through the open window, he could hear the sounds of clay being tamped in place, and rock chunks, gravel, and finally sand, as a base for the redstone paving for the courtyard.

    Soarer's Choice

  • What remained of the outbuilding was a heap of redstone, discolored by soot and ashes.

    Soarer's Choice

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