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  • Some investors were sent a video testimonial from Twist's friend and lawyer, Larry Pedley, in which he called Twist "an oil and gas hound."

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  • REVIEW: Latest turn on 'Oliver Twist' is ever so timely

    Critic's Corner weekend

  • Back in 1983, someone – I think it was in the Guardian – wrote a review of a book of mine called Twist of Gold.

    Portrait of the artist: Michael Morpurgo, author

  • It's been said, and I'd agree, that the Bimini Twist is the most difficult fishing knot to master.

    Are You Good Enough to Tie a Bimini Twist?

  • Twist is a decent comparison tool because it tracks usage of terms on Twitter, which is powered by users (roughly over 1 million by now, according to TechCrunch, but there is a caveat).

    Facebook Lexicon « One Size Fits One

  • Fortuitous Twist is a New Jersey drama about relationships, heartache, lost souls, meandering moments, cats, insecurities, growing up, and the awesomeness that is sushi.

    There's irony in this, I swear...

  • Twist is a clean fresh fun brand that makes high quality more eco-friendly sponges and cleaning cloths by combining elements of design with eco-consciousness.

    19 posts from March 2008

  • Twist is the one who's conversant in phrases like scree, dryfall, rappelling, and chute.

    June 2006

  • Not for worlds would he have mentioned the word Twist, which so instantly and inevitably suggested that other and highly controversial word Twinkler.

    Christopher and Columbus

  • - Splash News TLC will announce Thursday the addition of two projects featuring reality TV ratings powerhouse Kate Gosselin -- one called Twist of Kate showing the reality TV mom meeting those who are inspired by her, the other being a series of ...

    ShowHype - Top Entertainment News, Videos, and Blogs

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