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Assassin's Creed Origins
12 Jun 2017
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Assassin's Creed Origins
12 Jun 2017
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Laybed Original is a top quality fast inflatable air bed product. It is equipped with two pockets, a bottom loophole, a bottle holder and a bottle opener. Wherever you go, get your drink, relax and enjoy your quality time. They stay inflated for a few hours, and then you can top them off, and pack them up and carry them with you. People are taking these self-inflatable air lounges to all sorts of places and all kinds of events because they’re so comfortable, easy to transport, and quick to set up.
19 Jun 2017
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The Originals 4x10
3 Jun 2017
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Termites are drawn to areas of high moisture, which would be of lower temperature than surrounding areas. Using a thermal imaging camera, these potential termite infestation areas can be detected. This ensures that termite infestations underneath wooden structures, which cannot be observed visually, can be detected. These areas are then closely inspected for presence of termite activity. Once activity has been determined, ORIGIN will recommend effective pest control treatment to eliminate the termites.
5 Jun 2017
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bengal cat talking to her kitten - ORIGINAL -
14 Jun 2017
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Plush Paws Products Original Pet Seat Cover for CompactSmall Cars Hammock Convertible and Removable. Lifetime warranty.
16 Jun 2017
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Emerson - Mommy's Nose is Scary! (Original) -
18 Jun 2017
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Kitten Surprise! (How to Break Up a Cat Fight!) THE ORIGINAL! -
21 Jun 2017
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Roud 567, Laws P31, nineteenth-century English origin. dating from the 1820s, a Cockney costermonger vowed to be true to his fiancée, who had been sentenced to seven years' transportation to Australia for theft and to mourn his loss of her by wearing green willow sprigs in his hatband for "a twelve-month and a day," the willow being a traditional symbol of mourning. The song was made famous by Steeleye Span in 1975. A more traditional version is available on a release sung by John Langstaff. Posted here on the tube,also Louise Morrissey. All Around My Hat ---In Ireland, Peadar Kearney adapted the song to make it relate to a Republican lass whose lover has died in the Easter Rising, and who swears to wear the Irish tricolor in her hat in remembrance in The Tri-coloured Ribbon. Later still woven into She Wore A Yellow Ribbon, for big John Wayne , just loved that film as a kid.
6 Jun 2017
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Roud 567, Laws P31, nineteenth-century English origin. dating from the 1820s, a Cockney costermonger vowed to be true to his fiancée, who had been sentenced to seven years' transportation to Australia for theft and to mourn his loss of her by wearing green willow sprigs in his hatband for "a twelve-month and a day," the willow being a traditional symbol of mourning. The song was made famous by Steeleye Span in 1975. A more traditional version is available on a release sung by John Langstaff. Posted here on the tube,also Louise Morrissey. All Around My Hat ---In Ireland, Peadar Kearney adapted the song to make it relate to a Republican lass whose lover has died in the Easter Rising, and who swears to wear the Irish tricolor in her hat in remembrance in The Tri-coloured Ribbon. Later still woven into She Wore A Yellow Ribbon, for big John Wayne , just loved that film as a kid.
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Roud 567, Laws P31, nineteenth-century English origin. dating from the 1820s, a Cockney costermonger vowed to be true to his fiancée, who had been sentenced to seven years' transportation to Australia for theft and to mourn his loss of her by wearing green willow sprigs in his hatband for "a twelve-month and a day," the willow being a traditional symbol of mourning. The song was made famous by Steeleye Span in 1975. A more traditional version is available on a release sung by John Langstaff. Posted here on the tube,also Louise Morrissey. All Around My Hat ---In Ireland, Peadar Kearney adapted the song to make it relate to a Republican lass whose lover has died in the Easter Rising, and who swears to wear the Irish tricolor in her hat in remembrance in The Tri-coloured Ribbon. Later still woven into She Wore A Yellow Ribbon, for big John Wayne , just loved that film as a kid.
6 Jun 2017
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Ahmad Pearson singing his Original Rap Song "You're my Brother from another Mother"
23 Jun 2017
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3 Jun 2017
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funny piano cat
6 Jun 2017
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14 Jun 2017
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