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Later they made nice with each other, but the absolute truth is that "ambiguous" is a pretty good word to describe what Russia is doing.
Gibson had putback dunks and offensive boards and made nice passes, including one across the key to an open DeMar DeRozan, who knocked down a jumper early in the second half.
And other cheeky ranges such as Lynx Vice - which made nice girls turn bad - and Guinness Marmite, helped the Anglo-Dutch company boost sales by six per cent to pounds 7.
I made nice friends, it kept me off the streets and stopped me mixing with the wrong crowd, and as the years passed I met my husband at a dance school in the '60s.
If Eminem, long reputed by everyone except Elton John to be a homophobe or at least a wholesale purveyor of homo hate, had made nice enough with show business to win an Oscar, then the world of hip-hop, hitherto blissfully ignorable, had to be taken seriously.
It should be turned into a beauty spot and made nice for locals and visitors.
A half-brother to several winners, this son of Bahri made nice progress from the three-furlong pole and was running on well at the finish, giving the impression that a step up in trip would not be a major problem.
He has made nice progress since last season," said Kinane.
We've made nice inroads with Bloomingdale's, Dillard's, and Bed Bath & Beyond.
NICE also announced today that Avaya has made NICE Analyzer(TM) generally available through its existing relationship with NICE.