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SLEEPING BEAUTY Vintage Ladybird Book Well Loved Tales Series 606d Matte Hardback 1982

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But Mum... I had a bath yesterday! Elephants splash around in the mud to cool down

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35 Things You Will Never See Again In Your Life

I had a big, see-through, glittery one and I believe it's still in a drawer at my parents.

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Interesting. I've noticed this about myself. It's not even something I'm consciously doing, it just happens, and it doesn't mean I'm being insincere either. Somehow, without meaning to, I find the part of myself that recognizes them on their ground. Problem is, few people know how to see me on mine.

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"I just always assumed, you know? After the blast..." His words trailed off, the tone an equivalent of a shrug.

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FRANCIS WHEEN: Economic gloom.Terror threats. Strikes. Why Britain's going back to the 70s

Blackouts due to industrial action by the coal miners and other trade unions often caused powercuts during my childhood in the 1970s

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7/69 - Presley attacked the material with a fiery determination. “He was all over that stage,” producer Felton Jarvis recalled. “I mean, he almost hurt himself. He was doing flips and cartwheels & all kinds of stuff. On ‘Suspicious Minds’ [which made its debut on this night], he’d be down on one knee and do a flip across the stage and just roll. He was about half crazy.” After the final song, Elvis left the stage & gave his manager a big hug, his body shaking from spent energy & raw emotion.

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15 Gargoyles Who Partied Way Too Hard Last Night

Gargoyle, from the French gargouille, likely to mean "throat" or "gullet Latin gurgulio, gula, gargula ("gullet" or "throat") and similar words derived from the root gar, "to swallow", which represented the gurgling sound of water ( Portuguese garganta, "throat"; gárgola, "gargoyle gutter."

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