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been cast off herself by the new groom's relatives and, as a result, has remained a bedmate", says Hayrikyan.
When the Americans were casting off the oppression of the British, little did they know they were inspiring another country to cast off the chains.
The lineup includes psychedelic Yugoslavian animation, Simon Hook's Knit Your Own Karma, work from Cast Off and straight8, a Lego knitting machine and - inevitably - a couple of Michel Gondry videos.
YACHTING: Jo Royle is confident her family's history of overcoming sexism will see her to glory when the Transat Jacques Vabre fleet cast off from France today.
MIDLANDERS were told to cast off their thick coats, switch off their central heating and dig out their tee-shirts as the region was due to bask in warm sunshine this weekend.
5m cast off to a pounds 5m Premiership striker is a transition akin to Disneyland, and nothing to do with ugly ducklings
Ditch those unhealthy habits this summer DON'T just cast off your winter clothes this summer, cast off those unhealthy habits too.
But good news is I got the cast off and I'll start physio treatment tomorrow.
SHORTLY BEFORE NOON ON APRIL 10, 1912, THE UNSINKABLE SHIP OF DREAMS, THE RMS TITANIC, CAST OFF FROM HER DOCK AT SOUTHAMPTON, ENGLAND, AND STEAMED AWAY ON HER MAIDEN VOYAGE.
The cut will be to increase drop at the heel and cast off.
Ollieing up a ledge first, and then the other was hitting a crack and flying off while skating home from the break place after I got my cast off the first time.
The Anglican church owes its existence as a separate branch of the Western church to the fact that it was willing to support a licentious king, the son of a usurper, in his desire to cast off one wife after another in his quest for an heir.