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  • Jonathan Winters 2 Zarbon 03:59, 3 October 2008 (UTC) 2 Kalki 14:07, 10 November 2008 (UTC) If your ship doesn't come in, swim out to it! ~ Jonathan Winters
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  • history, you don’t find anybody like him at all, except for maybe Jonathan Winters is the closest, and he also was a very dreamlike figure. Margaret Cho
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  • Crump Edie Adams - Crump's wife, Monica Ethel Merman - Mrs. Marcus Jonathan Winters - Lennie Pike Mickey Rooney - Dingy Bell Buddy Hackett - Benjy Benjamin
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  • Winslow Hank Azaria — Gargamel Sofía Vergara — Odile Tim Gunn — Henri Jonathan Winters — Papa Smurf Katy Perry — Smurfette Fred Armisen — Brainy Smurf Alan
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  • Shrevnitz Ian McKellen - Reinhardt Lane Tim Curry - Farley Claymore Jonathan Winters - Wainwright Barth Sab Shimono - Dr. Roy Tam Andre Gregory - Burbank
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  • Harvey Korman - the voice of the Dictabird Dann Florek - Mr. Slate Jonathan Winters - Grizzled Man Mel Blanc - the voice of Dino Elaine and Melanie Silver
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  • Grace Winslow Jacob Tremblay — Blue Winslow Nancy O'Dell — herself Jonathan Winters — Papa Smurf Fred Armisen — Brainy Smurf Katy Perry — Smurfette Alan
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  • Jonathan Swift (30 November 1667 – 19 October 1745) was an Irish writer and satirist, acclaimed as one of the finest prose satirist in the English language
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  • (1994), p. 60. Taking Care of Business. Office Depot Arthur A. Winters, Peggy Fincher Winters, Carole Paul, Brandstand: Strategies for Retail Brand Building
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  • to truth: He who hath proved war, storm or woman's rage, Whether his winters be eighteen or eighty, Has won the experience which is deem'd so weighty
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  • Winslet, Kate Winslow, Edward Winslow, Octavius Winter, Colin Winter, William (author) Winters, Shelley Winters, Yvor Winterson, Jeanette Winthrop, John Winthrop
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  • scene 3, line 118. How long a time lies in one little word! Four lagging winters and four wanton springs End in a word: such is the breath of kings. William
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  • Outer Mongolia is beyond spectacular. It goes to show that the British winters are not so bad after all. The surroundings were pristine and untouched-
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  • seem'd to wind him up for fourscore years; Yet freshly ran he on ten winters more; Till like a clock worn put with eating time, The wheels of weary
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  • Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones written by George Lucas and Jonathan Hales Oh yes, but not until women control men. Wonder Woman – and the
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  • Schnabel and w:Terry Winters all learned much from his art. (Twombly will reportedly appear in the same area as [Terry] Winters and [Brice] Marden in
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  • Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell by Susanna Clarke published by Bloomsbury in 2004. ISBN 1-58234-416-7. A fantasy novel relating to the work of two English
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  • word in the Gospels in praise of intelligence. Bertrand Russell, cited in Jonathan Miller. (2004). A Brief History of Disbelief [TV-Series]. BBC Four. Men
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  • pooches, hmm? And then we'll see just how loyal a hungry dog REALLY is! Jonathan Nolan and Christopher Nolan, The Dark Knight But hunger is probably the
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  • Endymion (1818), Book IV, line 499. Everyone's gone to the Moon. Jonathan King, title of song. See yonder fire! It is the moon Slow rising o'er
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