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Bio: Tie-loathing adventurer, philanthropist & adventurer, philanthropist & troublemaker, who believes troublemaker, who believes in turning ideas into reality.
The Troublemaker is a charming children's picturebook about a young boy perplexed by an unknown thief
Barton, a gobby troublemaker before his move to Loftus Road, has continued to be a gobby troublemaker since - to the surprise of nobody, except Fernandes.
THAT Troublemaker Olly Murs pipped Girls Aloud's Children In Need single to the top spot in the charts yesterday with an impressive 121,000 copies sold in his first week.
The police couldn't clip a troublemaker round the ear.
com)-- According to Karen Keller International, "The office troublemaker is like a stapler, every business environment has them.
The Troublemaker stories feature Barnaby and Hooker from Evanovich's previous books, Metro Girl (HarperTorch, 2004) and Motor Mouth (HarperCollins, 2006).
I nicknamed this adult Troublemaker," recalls Stefano.
But he is a troublemaker who dedicates himself to protecting her from an unnamed, undefined evil.
He was a troublemaker of conscience almost from birth.
These are disturbing charges, made all the more so by the fact that Hagar is no ill-informed troublemaker.
PETERHEAD ace Bobby Linn has told of his pain at being branded a troublemaker.