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  • pronoun Geordie theirs


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  • RIGHT before this jail scene, supposedly thors there =P

    Review: Iron Man 2 | The Movie Blog 2010

  • He's Black British, not "African American". al imagine Thor having a sequel. half of the budget will be their actors fee doubled dr_hamburger which is why marvel is going to have the same problem they had w/ iron man 2 where they try to lowball everybody. i gaurantee you at least one of thors cast members doesnt return for any sequels ala terrence howard. that guy got screwed!

    Idris Elba Joins the Cast of Thor | /Film 2009

  • Some of thors, namely gaming and leisure, have already been approached by the SARS with a special focus on the illegal aspect.

    ANC Daily News Briefing 2003

  • A.thors retain copyright on individual works; otherwise EUFON is copyright 1993, 1994 Carlos A. Steffens.

    EUFON Vol. 2 No. 1 1994

  • But the very distance between those au - thors suggests a vast alteration of meaning under altered circumstances.


  • Beginning with the Elucidarius of the Dutch scholar Herman Torrentinus (1498) the au - thors trace the enormous popularity of this work through its various versions, especially the Diction - arium by the Stephanus brothers, Robert and Charles.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas FREDERICK HARD 1968

  • Such no wheres abound, through Erewhon to 1984 (“This was sometime a paradox, but now the time gives it truth”), organized in dialectical opposition to what their au - thors recognized as their own local somewhere.


  • A minority of people, of course; for some au - thors, only a few connoisseurs living in nonbarbaric ages.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas GIORGIO TONELLI 1968

  • Although not making any aesthetic comparisons between specific ancient and modern au - thors, Condorcet affirmed that the arts are improved by and draw profit from advances in philosophy and science — either through more precise knowledge of the effects and powers of these arts themselves or through the destruction of prejudices against them.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas A. OWEN ALDRIDGE 1968

  • A.libone, S.A. Dictionary of British and A.erican A.thors and

    Sir Walter Scott as a Critic of Literature Margaret Ball


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