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  • Sainte-Maure that was thrust through on the moonlit grass so long ago by the flame-headed Guy de Villehardouin?

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  • Yet I knew, as Lanfranc and I hastened on, that ere many days, or hours, the flame-headed youth would see to it that we measured steel together on the grass.

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  • Guillaume de Sainte-Maure that was thrust through on the moonlit grass so long ago by the flame-headed Guy de Villehardouin?

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  • Where, now, is the body of Guillaume de Sainte-Maure that was thrust through on the moonlit grass so long ago by the flame-headed

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  • White is another big name in action later Wednesday, with the flame-headed American expected to attempt his gravity-defying Double McTwist 1260.

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  • The flame-headed White, meanwhile, cemented his position as a snowboarding superstar with the Winter Olympics 'top-earning athlete defending his halfpipe title ahead of Finland's Peetu Piiroinen and Scott Lago of the United States.

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  • In his monologue last night, the flame-headed upstart gave the network a stinging taste of what they'll soon be missing.

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  • The respective ghosts also contribute their own respective creepiness into the mix, and while the Ghost of Christmas Past appears as a cute flame-headed candle, things quickly take a more ominous turn with the Ghost of Christmas Present, who starts out as a jolly old Santa Claus type but devolves into a malignant, laughing menace who not only reveals two feral children beneath his robes but then dissolves into a shrieking skeleton.

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  • As soon as you see that redhead in a TV drama, you just know he's going to be the weasly, suspicious character, and despite the fabulous efforts of both Nicole Kidman and Lily Cole, the flame-headed girl in a film is still likely to be a temptress and 'no better than she should be', as my mother would put it.

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