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Barbie Dolls
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A small doll used for play - used mainly by girls, originally created in 1959 in the USA.
Barber
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A trades person who cuts mens hair, or even shaves and trims a beard
Television
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Television: System of transferring picture and sound over radio waves device which receives television signals and displays them as pictures and sound
Dandiprat
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Dandiprat: An informal way of referring to a young or insignificant person. (n) A type of coin given during the 16th Century, it was valued at three halfpence, not a ba
Dandie Dinmont
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What does Dandie Dinmont mean: terrier of a breed from the Scottish Borders. Add a definition of Dandie Dinmont to dictionary uk.
Days fatal to Kings
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Certain days were dangerous to be a king. Sunday has been the most deadly day, since seven of them have died on a Sunday including Henry I, Edward III, James I, William I
Athletes Foot
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Athletes foot is a condition that causes scaling, flaking, and itching of the affected part of the skin. Other symptoms include blisters, cracked skin that leads to pain,
Travelling
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Overseas travel
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Being able to communicate in different languages is often referred to as being bilingual or multilingual. With the world being diverse, communication is essential: hence
Computers
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Hi lam Johnathan D Cummings and lam here to offer good computer repair for a good deal for you the customer so please look me up for work thank you

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