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Among the bric-a-brac of my heart I still cherish some of those little slips of paper with which we made international love--question and answer.
but let me cherish, still, The hope with which I cannot part.
Now, new research is being led by a team of archaeologists, surveyors, geographers and scientists from the European funded Cherish - climate change and cultural heritage project.
com)-- "Hats Off and Bottoms Up," says Nashville-based country artist, Cherish Lee.
We will love you and cherish memories of you forever.
Today, I've been talking to one of Violet's school-friend's dads and he said to me to 'Not to worry about what we never got to have with Violet and to cherish everything we did get to have with her', and this is what we are going to do.
Winter is kicking in now so please cherish the older people in your lives and ensure they are living safely.
I will always cherish the memories that we've created together.
A big family girl, she's not only adding to her own brood but she's launched a perfume, Cherish, with mum Karen, who yes, is this lady on the left.
AXA Commercial Lines and Personal Intermediary has renewed a long-standing relationship with Essex-based Cherish Insurance Brokers, striking a deal to maintain its role as exclusive underwriter on a range of the broker s personal lines products.
CHERISH is a beautiful two year old white & tortoiseshell queen who is affectionate and very loving.
According to the study of 1200 Australians by InsuranceLine, couples also believe a vow to avoid flirting online should be a matrimonial promise alongside the more traditional "to love, honour and cherish.