Agreat

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Agreat

 in gross, 1502; by the lot, 1622; en masse, agreat or altogether, 1580.
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Poppy seeds addition agreat Leave to cool in the tin.
It made for agreat atmosphere from start to finishand the supporters showed their appreciation for the shotstopper when he left the field.
Shortly before 9.42pm on July 12, a man and woman boarded aGreat Western trainat Paddington station with a toddler in a pushchair.
According to Abdullah Al Suwaidi, Director General of Sharjah civil defence, the two accidents were doused in less than 30 minutes and the fire fighters played agreat role in preventing the firefrom extending to neighbouring apartments andwarehouses in the furniture factory.
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The 100th Anniversary of World War I will be commemorated with the re-opening of the Imperial War Museum this month and the aGreat War in Portraitsa exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery.
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Nigel Mills, the Conservative MP who masterminded the amendment, told the Sunday Telegraph that there was agreat concerna among his colleagues about a repeat of the previous influx of eastern European migrants, when there were no restrictions and one million moved to the UK.
"There is faith thatomorrow will be a betterday, which is what iskeeping them going.We are true believersthat Syria will witness agreat future.
He said that the peace agreement signed in Doha will have agreat impact in achieving peace and stability in Darfur.
"Wehad more than 3,000 people turn up which, in light of the weather, was agreat result.