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The Morecambe & Wise Archive Apr 5
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🇨🇦 GeorganneB 🇺🇸 Jun 21
It's extremely important that finds a COS who's experienced in government, respects elected caucus members, knows his/her place, and works at making the Premier the best in the country and the members full partners in this effort.
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Dictionary.com Feb 26
Probable: Likely to occur or prove true. Probeable: Able to be searched into or examined thoroughly.
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Deborah Thomas Feb 20
Decisions, decisions...which door do I open wide, which door do I leave open only a crack and which one do I slam shut? Life is full of options, eh? ~
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Bearsden Academy Feb 5
Ellie talking about what choices we have when it comes to our lives.
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Marjolein vanLuyken May 15
11 Things Smart People Don't Say - so choose your words carefully!
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Paul Harvey Dec 11
19 years in NWAS this month and still loving being a Paramedic 😉🚑🐝💚 Only dislike the time-wasters & service abusers !! 🤨 #999
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Clint Apr 8
Replying to @BraveTheWorld
B, with the caveat being it’s a card that doesn’t get played constantly. If there’s a history deserving it, okay, but otherwise, paranoia does NOT look good on a significant other.
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HIBster Jan 10
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SDI Aug 15
If you could have one (and only one) of these superpowers, which would it be? 🤔 🤔
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Literacy OKC Jun 5
Happy ! Don't forget, your words have power. Choose your words carefully!
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The Herd™ Jan 21
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Kristen Cameron Oct 22
Day #49 of 180 days=180 opportunities Remember: You have the opportunity to make an impact every single day you work with a child. What legacy do you want to leave? What lasting words will you use today?
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manda panda Aug 11
Replying to @Unfiltered89
Long and thin slides right in or short and thick does the trick
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Mark Stradiotto Sep 12
Replying to @cathleencrudden
When collaborators are good it’s spectacular. My current collaborators are fantastic. But I have to say, when your collaborators go AWOL it sucks. I have had that too, unfortunately.
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Andrew Ball Sep 17
Replying to @ruffh2o
A7 you can't always control how your suppliers and sub contractors behave, unfortunately they can often disappoint and have a different ethical baseline
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Vicki Bowe Jun 23
This is genius. Also, I’ve been fired three times. I’m not cut out for this. cc:
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Matt Meyer Apr 4
Math “Choose Your Own Adventure” Review Session
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Angelea Camarillo Aug 12
Sometimes we forget that our choices affect others; at times for the better & other times for the worse.
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JohnJBaucher Mar 27
Spotted this in Cornmarket earlier...i do like these
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