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She was German by birth, and spoke French with a strong German accent, while her English was a thing to wring the soul, sprinkled as it was with German "unds," "ufs," and
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The effect of the retractable aluminum top which works beautifully but weighs 441 po unds is to put a swollen thumb on the M3's finely balanced scales.
Among the issues that are being investigated by the Board of Control of Cricket in India is whether Mr. Modi could have misappropriated Indian Premier League f unds and avoided taxes, one BCCI official said.
In Act Five, Asia rebo unds, and the U.S. does the same, albeit with less exuberance.
Click on the second option to start the game, the first option is just a story which i dun unds. haha
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S.unds like it coincides with some very volatile trading right here in the U.S. LIS.VICZ: Absolutely.
But when the cricket s o unds were run through a spectrograph, they yie l ded a series of blips that gradually resol v ed into a phone number in Clev e land, Ohio.
S. O'BRIEN: S.unds like Jimmy the groundhog in Brooklyn.
S. O'BRIEN: S.unds like you have an interesting article out today with some breaking news in there.
S. O'BRIEN: S.unds pretty good, by Friday, at least.