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  • did cry. quoted in . Rio Ferdinand player profile. Times Online. Retrieved on 2007-01-22. It was wicked meeting Nelson Mandela. Rio Ferdinand commenting
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  • mingle with the locals on the country's seemingly endless beaches, from Rio's glamorous Copacabana to the unspoiled treasures along the northeastern
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  • Rio 2 is a 2014 American 3D computer-animated musical adventure-comedy film produced by Blue Sky Studios and directed by Carlos Saldanha. It is the sequel
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  • and John Edwards, mocking the idea of Latinos supporting a Republican ticket.[2] I was familiar with that and “Rio Bravo.” “Rio Bravo” was what John Carpenter
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  • tiempo es la sustancia de que estoy hecho. El tiempo es un río que me arrebata, pero yo soy el río; es un tigre que me destroza, pero yo soy el tigre; es
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  • Del Rio: What happens when she reaches 100%? Professor Norman: I have no idea. But she is the key — to everything. Luc Besson, in lines regarding the main
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  • sensibility, the world to be seen from a comfortable apartment high in the tender, velvety smog of Manhattan, Chicago, Paris, Tokyo, Rio, or Rome — there's
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  • writer Eduardo Garcia Del Rio, in 1989, without indicating any original source, which does make this quote unreliable. The quote has been widely circulated
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  • Carmen Sandiego is the principal villain in a famous edutainment computer game series of the same name. Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego? (1991–1996)
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  • tiempo es la sustancia de que estoy hecho. El tiempo es un río que me arrebata, pero yo soy el río; es un tigre que me destroza, pero yo soy el tigre; es
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  • devotion, which fill and elevate the mind. chapter II: "Rio de Janeiro, etc.", entry for 18 April 1832, page 29 The main difficulty in using either lazo
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  • experience of it. Pindar Fragment. From the Rio Grande's waters to the icy lakes of Maine, Let all exult, for we have met the enemy again. Beneath their stern
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  • where the others stop hoofing. Variety. Flying Down to Rio, December 26, 1933. (M). Of all the actors and actresses I've ever worked with, the hardest
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  • And whether our forebears were strangers who crossed the Atlantic, or the Pacific, or the Rio Grande, we are here only because this country welcomed
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  • Kannada proverb Literally: A monkey's authority is only on the tree top. Em rio que tem piranha, macaco bebe água de canudinho. Portuguese proverb Literally:
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  • wondering who the best is, they're up here on this plaque on the wall. The best driver and his RIO from each class has his name on it, and they have the option
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  • purposely naive. From an interview on MTV with Zeca Camargo, 1993-01-21, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Punk Rock (while still sacred to some) is, to me, dead
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  • black comedy. Rio de Janeiro, incidentally, is not the poor part of the country, that sort of the rich part of the country. It's not the northeast, where
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  • culture and family ties... I've often said that family values don't stop at the Rio Grande. George W. Bush, radio address (5 May 2001). We’re all tying ourselves
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  • one term as city councillor in Rio de Janeiro from 1993 to 1997. He is most well known as the founder of Theatre of the Oppressed, a dramatic form of popular
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