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Sean Kingston's new single "I'm Eighteen" register, vote. declare yourself. *******www.declareyourself****
5 Feb 2008
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Check out a behind-the-scene clip from Sean Kingston’s new music video for “There’s Nothing,” featuring the beautiful and hot Elan, of The D.E.Y., and Juelz Santana! For more, go to *******www.myspace****/thedey.
24 Jun 2008
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cutest four year old singing to beautiful girls by sean kingston
10 Mar 2008
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adorable kid singing me love by sean kingston very cute next kid star
28 Oct 2009
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Danne Esthetics in Kingston Ontario welcomes you. We at Danne are all about pampering. Why not prepare yourself for your wedding day with relaxation. Our wedding packages include 1) Facial, Manicure, and Pedicure, or 2) Up-Do and Makeup. With five people or more in your Wedding Party, the Bride gets her makeup or manicure free. Some of our other services include European Deep Cleansing, Cleansing and Tightening Treatments, Back Treatments, Foot & Hand Treatments, Tinting, Massage and Hair Removal Waxing. Esthetics of Sewickley experience. Video provided by www.herweddingplanner****.
27 May 2008
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Going on vacation or taking a business trip? Whether business or pleasure, learn more about the property with a video before you book. Holiday Inn Kingston Waterfront, located at 2 Princess Street, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 1A2, CANADA. Contact the property directly at (613) 549-8400 or visit *******www.hikingstonwaterfront****/.
15 Jul 2008
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uruninceleme**** İçerik Yönetmeni Özgür Çetin, Kingston DataTraveler Reader USB belleği inceliyor. Görüntüler Samanyolu Haber televizyonundaki Bilişim Dünyası programında yayınlanmıştır. Bilişim ve teknoloji ürünleriyle ilgili detaylı incelemeler www.uruninceleme**** adresinde.
17 Jul 2008
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Video i made for Kingston Wall - Alt - land - is (Atlantis - All land ice). The lyrics comes from Ior Bocks family saga. *******en.wikipedia****/wiki/Ior_Bock *******www.bock-saga****/ *******www.paulapeterson****/Bock_Sag... --lyrics------------------------~* Long time ago, before the iceage, people lived in perfect harmony with the nature in a system that didn't give possibility for overpopulation As the aksel of the planet (plan-et) was in its right position, straight, all the planet was under stable tropical elimat. So was also Odenmaa at the northpole There lived the Asers who held the highest knowledge on earth with the ROT (root) -language. Outside Odenmaa lived the vaers in their ringlands. Everybody paid respect to Per who due to the breeding-system was the allfather of all mankind (everyone is a PER-SON) Over 50 milj. 10000 years ago the aksel of the planet shifted and caused the iceage when the ringlands outside were covered by ice, a perioid called ALT-LAND-IS ALL LAND'S ICE As the Gulfstream came to heat south-Finland, Odenmaa remained clear of ice and the Asers learned a new way of life Agriculture and new animal species were created for staying alive for 50 milj. years surrounded by huge icebergs As the ice startd to mel and drown Odenmaa the very few of them left took pairs of the animals with them and sailed through a passage way melted by the stream to Bockland an island outside of Sweden, later named Goatland (Gotland). After staying there for a thousand years the Asers headed back to Odenmaa except SVEN and DAN who went to Sweden and Denmark to rehabite the ringlands. During ALTLANDIS the Vaners develloped into ten different races, mythologies and languages outside the icebergs The asers lived in Odenmaa again till the year 1050 when the crusader army sent by the Pope destructed Odenmaa and created a new information system based on the written word not spoken as it used to be. This is a tine part of a story that takes 20 years to tell two hours a day brought to us as familytradition by the last Aser since 1984, according to the saga 10 000 years after the end of the iceage.
11 Sep 2009
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Rising 17 stories high above the capital, the Jamaica Pegasus stands as a revered landmark in the heart of the business and financial district, New Kingston. The Jamaica Pegasus is widely regarded as city Kingston's "preferred address" and premier business hotel. The hotel has earned an enviable reputation for its superb hospitality and has been the hotel of choice for business travelers, royalty, dignitaries, international celebrities and local clients for 35 years. For more information, visit the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel online at www.jamaicapegasus****, email them at salesjamaicapegasus****This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it , or call them toll free at 1-800-448-8355 today.
29 Jul 2008
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Kingston Trio sing The Battle Hymn Of The Republic Brought Down to Day set to propagander picture used in america during world war 2. please note this is aimed for historical reasons and is not meant to be racist or against any other nation bearing in mind these posters was actually used during ww2
6 Nov 2008
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To show my European guests a bit more of Eastern Canada, I had booked a 3-day / 2-night bus tour that included Quebec City, Montreal, Ottawa and Kingston. On August 8, 2008 our bus headed off at 8 am, and our first stop was in Kingston, Ontario. Kingston is a beautiful town at the eastern end of Lake Ontario and is well-known for its historic limestone architecture. Kingston City Hall in particular is a particularly stunning example of this city’s architectural heritage. Kingston played an important role in Canada’s history due to its critical geographical location, and its fortifications were a base for the Great Lakes British naval fleet during the War of 1812. After the completion of the Rideau Canal in 1832, Kingston became Upper Canada’s most important military and economic centre and united Canada’s first capital from 1841 to 1844. Today Kingston’s economy is dominated by public sector institutions which include Queen’s University and the Royal Military College as well as correctional services which include the maximum security Kingston Penitentiary, often referred to as “Alcatraz North”. After a six hour bus ride through pouring rain we arrived in Quebec City at about 7:30 pm. We set up shop for the night in the beautiful Loew’s Le Concorde Hotel which is located just steps from downtown Old Quebec City. Quebec City, the capital of Quebec, is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site and is celebrating its 400th anniversary this year. The ramparts surrounding the city make it the only walled city in English-speaking North America. We took a stroll into the old area of town, past the Armory which was recently destroyed by fire. The streets of the city were hustling and bustling with visitors, and the historic French architecture provided a perfect ambience for an evening stroll. Various street performers were displaying their skills in different parts of the Vieux Québec, including Place d’Armes, the large central square that is crowned by the impressive Chateau Frontenac Hotel. This imposing hotel, Quebec City’s most famous landmark, opened in 1893 as one of Canada’ celebrated railway hotels. Before heading back to our hotel for a well-deserved night of sleep we enjoyed a nice French dinner at the Petit Chateau restaurant, right next to the Chateau Frontenac. Distributed by Tubemogul.
9 Sep 2008
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To show my European guests a bit more of Eastern Canada, I had booked a 3-day / 2-night bus tour that included Quebec City, Montreal, Ottawa and Kingston. On August 8, 2008 our bus headed off at 8 am, and our first stop was in Kingston, Ontario. Kingston is a beautiful town at the eastern end of Lake Ontario and is well-known for its historic limestone architecture. Kingston City Hall in particular is a particularly stunning example of this city’s architectural heritage. Kingston played an important role in Canada’s history due to its critical geographical location, and its fortifications were a base for the Great Lakes British naval fleet during the War of 1812. After the completion of the Rideau Canal in 1832, Kingston became Upper Canada’s most important military and economic centre and united Canada’s first capital from 1841 to 1844. Today Kingston’s economy is dominated by public sector institutions which include Queen’s University and the Royal Military College as well as correctional services which include the maximum security Kingston Penitentiary, often referred to as “Alcatraz North”. After a six hour bus ride through pouring rain we arrived in Quebec City at about 7:30 pm. We set up shop for the night in the beautiful Loew’s Le Concorde Hotel which is located just steps from downtown Old Quebec City. Quebec City, the capital of Quebec, is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site and is celebrating its 400th anniversary this year. The ramparts surrounding the city make it the only walled city in English-speaking North America. We took a stroll into the old area of town, past the Armory which was recently destroyed by fire. The streets of the city were hustling and bustling with visitors, and the historic French architecture provided a perfect ambience for an evening stroll. Various street performers were displaying their skills in different parts of the Vieux Québec, including Place d’Armes, the large central square that is crowned by the impressive Chateau Frontenac Hotel. This imposing hotel, Quebec City’s most famous landmark, opened in 1893 as one of Canada’ celebrated railway hotels. Before heading back to our hotel for a well-deserved night of sleep we enjoyed a nice French dinner at the Petit Chateau restaurant, right next to the Chateau Frontenac. Distributed by Tubemogul.
9 Sep 2008
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