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  • the foe or sleep with you In Flanders' fields. C. B. Galbreath. Answer to McCrae's In Flanders' Fields. The colossus of World War II seemed to be like
    260 KB (38,221 words) - 20:17, 28 July 2016
  • other people named William of Orange, see William of Orange (disambiguation). William I, Prince of Orange, Count of Nassau-Dillenburg (24 April
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  • from the preference generally given to the gray mares of Flanders over the finest coach horses of England. Proverb traced to Holland. (1546). That if
    99 KB (15,936 words) - 13:31, 7 July 2016
  • trenches of Flanders, the rubble of Berlin, or a dissident’s prison cell -- that reality is taken for granted. A Germany unified. The nations of Central
    719 KB (102,438 words) - 00:34, 27 July 2016
  • 1961), p. 33. I shan't give this up again, I swear to you. On a visit to Flanders in Belgium which was under German occupation, said to Rudolf von Valentini
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  • Who: Maude Flanders Notes: Said to Ned after she says he is going for hotdogs, and he requests "No footlongs". Homer provokes a barrage of t-shirts to
    224 KB (37,643 words) - 07:06, 26 July 2016