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Peter Tanevski 7h
Yep I’m done for the day
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Sam Neill Jan 1
SWEDEN ! I have strapped on my body armor, renewed my courage, got my evils back, and am braced once again to Sweden's MOST HATED. And this year I WILL WIN .
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Tim [I curate my own news] J Keegan Jul 14
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Regan Furness Dec 8
Fuck the town
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Pres. Holga May 4
Minty fresh breath.
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Gerard Foley Feb 8
Great win to our first boys volleyball team. A good day all round
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Alexandra Lehnert Jun 30
I love everything about this.
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Dan McComb May 2
"Ivanhoe Mines has appointed Tony Giardini as its new president, effective immediately. Giardini was most recently the executive vice president and CFO of Toronto-based Kinross Gold, a position which he held since December 2012."
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Crackers May 21
What a load of rubbish!
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Tim [I curate my own news] J Keegan Jul 14
Way out west ... keeping stuff in and out
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Dread Pirate Roberts Jan 1
”You can’t live your life in bitterness!” Fucking watch me, Rebecca!
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Pia☃️ Jan 1
Snart kommer repliken ”Why???”
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Jens Soderlund 🇩🇰 Jun 12
only a question when and by whom will be mined by, Basta !
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Adam M. Crowley Jun 7
Reading _Ivanhoe_ for the first time. Two full pages to dress two characters. A reference to Pope’s Odyssey. Dialogue straight from the off-off Broadway Elizabethan stage. Sir Walter Scott had a lot of irons in the fire, so to speak. #1820
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Stephen Apr 16
But Stephen, you can't just shoehorn a reference to your favourite novel in a book about the British Empire. Oh yes, yes I can indeed.
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Laura De Vito Apr 22
As I am reading Ivanhoe, I came to visit Scott’s favourite view (you can see why). Scotland 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 I do love you and you’re such a flirt ❤️
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Lorraine Hickman Feb 23
Some behind-the-scenes photos while filming in 1952. Robert Taylor, Joan Fontaine, Elizabeth Taylor, George Sanders, and I think it's director Richard Thorpe.
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Johan Eriksson Jan 1
Chatted with Sam Neill aka ⁦⁩ aka templar Brian de Bois-Guilbert from about his role as a major New Years Day celebrity in Sweden, and the scary accident in the movie. Also, a little about wine and love. For
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Elise Feb 23
I’m partial to this version of .
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Kevin P. Connolly Jul 12
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