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Black Elk In Paris is very highly recommended reading as an engaging and entertaining novel replete with metaphors drawn from Native American cultural beliefs.
Replete with numerous tips for traveling with a young child, Travel With Kids Caribbean is very highly recommended to all aspiring or prospective visitors of the Caribbean area with children of all ages for its exclusive presentation of information which will enable an enjoyable, successful, memorable family vacation for all.
Buttery, florid pop arrangements replete with woodwinds and strings characterized much of Bell's period work here, as well as few chunky up-tempo R & B cuts produced by Phillips house bassist (and later Led Zeppelin member) John Paul Jones.
Although Buddhist literature, art, and meditation practices are replete with images of Buddhas, saints, and bodhisattvas, these function as guides but, in essence, are also empty in nature.
The community college serves more than 160,000 students in a city replete with immigrants.
The book is replete with actual experiences from various law enforcement organizations throughout the country, including large and small departments, municipal and county police agencies, and sheriff's offices.
The new handset comes replete with functions for watching television, such as compatibility with TV programming guides and an infrared function that can be used as a remote control.
The OG-style boots were replete with custom molded treads and laser etched graft and canvas.
This coiled synchronicity implies nothing so much as a rabbit hole to a looking-glass world replete with distortions of scale and untethered narrative.
This is the truly disturbing and important story, replete with ironies and sophistical logic.
But the aftermath of the storm was replete with so many stories of heroism and self-sacrifice that the Pensacola News Journal took nominations for "Heroes during Hurricane Ivan.