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8220;Our brand was developed out of a need for versatility, spunk, and refinement in our personal wardrobes.
Pixie Tales" is filled with charm, surprises, and magical spunk.
Assange says in the profile that his ideal woman should "spirited and playful, of high intelligence, though not necessarily formally educated, have spunk, class and inner strength and be able to think strategically about the world and the people she cares about.
She has more spunk that the rest of them put together.
She's got spunk and as a matter of personal belief I support her conclusions.
A modest winning handicapper on the level, he's much better over hurdles and ran the French raider Spunk to a length-and-a-half at Cheltenham early last month.
Aging Gracefully, Aging Defiantly: With Dignity, Integrity, & Spunk Intact" is a guide for elders who want to age independently as productive members of society regardless of what one's friends and family may try to force on them.
23 /PRNewswire/ -- Gay adult film producer Spunk Video is pleased to announce the release of Bareback Abduction 2: The Conversion of Chase Peters, the latest project from director Gary Carlton and the company's first high-definition release.
Had I lived in that era, I would have marveled at the spunk of Josephine Marcus.
The "unforgettable Sarah Prine" learns how to ride and shoot at an early age and she has spunk to boot.
Adding a little modern spunk to the mix, Lauri Stallings (2007 "25 to Watch") choreographed the piece, which runs April 10-13.
Who can blame him - she's feisty and a bit gorgeous and also happens to be in leurve with local spunk Drew.