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A Slice Of Life by Olivia Brady is one of the new plays at The New Writing Festival
WITH all eyes on the World Cup in South Africa, some students from Pretoria have come to get a slice of life in Britain.
Situated on the outskirts of the village of Whittingham, this house is perfect for those looking for a slice of life in the country.
Pricewise on the World Hurdle Featuring Tom Segal's verdict, full form, the latest from the key stables plus the thoughts of Trends, RPR and Topspeed Steve Dennis's Northern Adventure Our man hits the road to sample horses, football, dogs and who knows what else in a great series Newmarket Life Tony Morris brings you another slice of life at the heart of racing's headquarters Ireland's Eye It was a massive weekend in Ireland.
Slice of Life is Gene's third book, and he just keeps getting better and better.
May 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Hero Nutritionals introduced Slice of Life, a complete line of gummy vitamins for adults, at the Natural Products Expo West in March 2008.
Variety is the slice of life after golfers from the professional amateur ranks competed side by side at Shirley Golf Club to raise money to treat disadvantaged and poorly children to a special day out at the Botanical Gardens in Birmingham.
It was interesting because many of the books seemed to be bashing men, but after examining the story line, I realized that it's just a slice of life.
That redemption can be found in suffering seems to be a theme of this artistic, urban, slice of life.
WITH a great cast and creepy effects, Afterlife is a new ITV1 drama series offering a spooky slice of life and death for Saturday nights.
The ground could have been a real money-spinner for the club - and brought an extra slice of life to the city.
In this case, rather than write about literature, they select a slice of life to scrutinize.