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  • 21rattle — Synonyms and related words: Bedlam let loose, Klaxon, abash, abate, addle, addle the wits, agitate, agreeable rattle, assault, attenuate, babble, babbler, ball up, battery, bear, bear upon, becloud, bedazzle, bedlam, befuddle, bells, bewilder,… …

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  • 22windbag — Synonyms and related words: Captain Bobadil, Gascon, Texan, agreeable rattle, babbler, big mouth, big talker, blab, blabberer, blatherer, blower, blowhard, blusterer, boaster, brag, braggadocio, braggart, chatterbox, chatterer, fanfaron, gabber,… …

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  • 23windjammer — Synonyms and related words: AB, Ancient Mariner, Argonaut, Captain Bobadil, Dylan, Flying Dutchman, Gascon, Neptune, OD, Poseidon, Texan, Varuna, able seaman, able bodied seaman, agreeable rattle, babbler, big mouth, big talker, blab, blabberer,… …

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  • 24gabble — verb (gabbled; gabbling) Etymology: probably of imitative origin Date: 1577 intransitive verb 1. to talk fast or foolishly ; jabber 2. to utter inarticulate or animal sounds transitive verb to say with incoherent rapidity ; babble • …

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  • 25Space Patrol (1962 TV series) — Space Patrol is a science fiction television series featuring marionettes that was produced in the United Kingdom in 1962. It was written and produced by Roberta Leigh in association with the Associated British Corporation ummaryThe show featured …

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  • 26Im Blutfeuer — is a compilation CD released by Cthulu Records in 1995. Includes Blood Axis, Ernte, Sol Invictus, Allerseelen, and Death In June.Infobox Album | Name = Im Blutfeuer Type = Album Artist = Sol Invictus, Blood Axis, Allerseelen, Death In June… …

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  • 27Mark Watson (comedian) — Mark Watson Birth name Mark Andrew Watson Born 13 February 1980 (1980 02 13) (age 31) Bristol, England Medium …

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  • 28Marin Theatre Company — The Marin Theatre Company is a professional regional theatre located in Mill Valley, California. It was founded as the Mill Valley Center for the Performing Arts by Sali Lieberman and Al White in 1966, with its first twenty seasons produced at… …

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  • 29Judi Bowker — (* 6. April 1954 in Shawford, Grafschaft Hampshire) ist eine britische Filmschauspielerin. Bowkers Schauspieldebüt erfolgte 1972 im Alter von 18 Jahren in „Bruder Sonne, Schwester Mond“ von Franco Zeffirelli. In den Jahren 1972 bis 1973… …

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  • 30Sonsee Ahray — Natascha Neu, geb. Floethmann, (* 4. Juni 1973 in Frankfurt am Main) ist eine deutsche Schauspielerin.[1] In US amerikanischen Filmen wird sie teilweise auch nur unter dem Namen Sonsee Ahray geführt.[2] Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Biografie 1.1 Karriere …

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  • 31Sonsee Ahray Floethmann — Sonsee Ahray Natascha Neu, geb. Floethmann, (* 4. Juni 1973 in Frankfurt am Main) ist eine deutsche Schauspielerin.[1] In US amerikanischen Filmen wird sie teilweise auch nur unter dem Namen Sonsee Ahray geführt.[2] Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Biografie …

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  • 32Sonsee Ahray Natascha Neu — Sonsee Ahray Natascha Neu, geb. Floethmann, (* 4. Juni 1973 in Frankfurt am Main) ist eine deutsche Schauspielerin.[1] In US amerikanischen Filmen wird sie teilweise auch nur unter dem Namen Sonsee Ahray geführt.[2] Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Biografie …

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  • 33Sonsee Ahray Neu — Sonsee Ahray Natascha Neu, geb. Floethmann, (* 4. Juni 1973 in Frankfurt am Main) ist eine deutsche Schauspielerin.[1] In US amerikanischen Filmen wird sie teilweise auch nur unter dem Namen Sonsee Ahray geführt.[2] Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Biografie …

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  • 34Sonsee Neu — Sonsee Ahray Natascha Floethmann Neu (* 4. Juni 1973 in Frankfurt am Main als Sonsee Ahray Natascha Floethmann) ist eine deutsche Schauspielerin.[1] In US amerikanischen Filmen wird sie teilweise auch nur unter dem Namen Sonsee Ahray geführt.… …

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  • 35gibble-gabble — gibble gabbler, n. /gib euhl gab euhl/, n., v., gibble gabbled, gibble gabbling. n. 1. senseless chatter. v.i. 2. to engage in gibble gabble. [1590 1600; gradational compound from GABBLE] * * * …

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  • 36gossip — gossipingly, adv. /gos euhp/, n., v., gossiped or gossipped, gossiping or gossipping. n. 1. idle talk or rumor, esp. about the personal or private affairs of others: the endless gossip about Hollywood stars. 2. light, familiar talk or writing. 3 …

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  • 37Dates of 2006 — ▪ 2007 January Keeping America competitive requires affordable energy. And here we have a serious problem. America is addicted to oil, which is often imported from unstable parts of the world. U.S. Pres. George W. Bush, in his state of the union… …

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  • 38Pastrone, Giovanni — (1883 1959)    Producer and director. Long known as merely the producer and director of Cabiria (1914), Pastrone has continued to grow in stature as more recent research has revealed his major role in, and contribution to, the Italian film… …

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  • 39Pastrone, Giovanni — (1883 1959)    Producer and director. Long known as merely the producer and director of Cabiria (1914), Pastrone has continued to grow in stature as more recent research has revealed his major role in, and contribution to, the Italian film… …

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  • 40gossip — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. busybody, talebearer, chatterer; reports, rumors. v. i. talk, report, tattle, whisper. See curiosity, information, speech, news. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [Local, petty talk] Syn. babble, chatter,… …

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