LANDOVER, Md. — Texans veteran right offensive guard Zach Fulton downplayed the severity of a left shoulder injury suffered Sunday at FedEx Field.
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Basiothia aureata, the gold dotted temnora, is a moth of the family Sphingidae. It is found in wooded habitats from Liberia to Kenya in the east and to Angola, Zambia and Zimbabwe in the south.
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The third season of “Bake Off Brasil” premiered on August 12, 2017 at 9:30 p.m. on SBT.
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Giuseppe Baudo (born 7 June 1936), known as Pippo Baudo, is one of the most famous Italian television presenters. He is often referred to as “Superpippo”. Baudo has also been the artistic director and president of Teatro Stabile di Catania.
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Glint: A historic ensemble shines with new splendor In the middle of Berlin, only a few minutes’ walk from Gendarmenmarkt, Brandenburg Gate and Tiergarten park, lies an almost…
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Alex Smith (1899–1973), or Alexander Patterson Blakie Smith, was a noted designer-builder on the Redcliffe Peninsula in Queensland, Australia. His work is now widely recognised as being of heritage significance. All the extant construction by Alex Smith on the Redcliffe Peninsula either has heritage listing or otherwise has official recognition as being of significance.
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Brais Méndez, um dos três estreantes chamados por Luis Enrique, marcou o único golo de partida.
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The Vamps’ James McVey has a photoshoot for PETA and plays with the cutest kittens!!
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Leonardo Pieraccioni (born 17 February 1965) is an Italian film director, actor, comedian and screenwriter.
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Madre Mia is a poem by William Hope Hodgson. It is presented as the dedication to his novel The Boats of the “Glen Carrig”.
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