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It has been cryptically written (each chapter has only 2 pages) and highlights only the key issues relating to diagnostic and surgical techniques of a wide range of both ablative and reconstructive surgical procedures.
Cryptically airing 'things on his mind' while penning the finale, he noted that he was 'looking for the kind of satisfaction' that the end of Casablanca provided, saying that the classic 1942 movie was 'pretty perfect' given that it yielded some closure and yet 'no-one gets everything they wanted'.
To break the Voulkos mentality and escape the psycho potter Syndrome I decided cryptically to become an 'artist'.
8220;You sing when you have something to say,” he cryptically said of the post-Enigmatic releases, all instrumental.
Liberty has apparently deleted her Twitter account after cryptically retweeting the quote: "Sometimes good things fall apart so better things can fall together.
His most recent album, humorously and cryptically titled KMAG YOYO (& Other American Stories), is my favourite recording from last year.
Andrews, Scotland) arranges material in cryptically titled chapters--e.
Ghastly woman, but I can drink Campari and talk Luton if I have to," she says, cryptically.
Then he cryptically added: "It's more of a thought process than an actuality, but we are heading for a major conflict between the haves and the have-nots.
It is not only distance that matters," Tevez added cryptically.
Birmingham is a very different city from the one I used to get robbed in," said Skinner, cryptically, surrounded by bubbles.
Mavros cryptically said the murder was a "clear message" to daily newspaper Phileleftheros and television station Ant1 and "to all those who insist on resisting them daily.