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While I lamented in my room, I imagined Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Onyeka Onwenu, Joke Silva, Genevieve Nnaji, among other great women holding high their #BringBackOurGirls placards and banners except that their message would have implied “bring back our women that you have turned into punching bags and take back the bride price you paid.
S.A. David (Twas Within A Minute)
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Listastik (Anne McCaffrey Series Reading Order: Series List - In Order: Dragonriders of Pern series, Acorna series, Catteni sequence, Brainships, The Talent series, ... (Listastik Series Reading Order Book 21))
Guardiola knows it is easier to work with a group hungry for victory rather than with one that has won everything, and he considered David Silva and Kun Agüero vitally important to the team if they were able to improve their defensive attitudes, as it is in these positions that the first line of pressure starts.
Guillem Balagué (Pep Guardiola: Another Way of Winning: The Biography)
Cabbage Patch Kids were the must-have toy of 1983. They were dolls that resembled Ross Perot with hair, but they were more lifelike. I read somewhere that they were designed by Ronald Reagan to get children ready to love the mutant children who would be born after the nuclear war that his policies were sure to cause, but it is possible that was just an urban legend.
David Silva (Stories)
The moral of the story is, an intimidating face will get you far, but not nearly as far as an intimidating face backed by the Chipmunks.
David Silva (Stories)
several proved particularly helpful: Every Spy a Prince, by Dan Raviv and Yossi Melman; Gideon’s Spies, by Gordon Thomas; Israel: A History and The Holocaust: A History of the Jews of Europe During the Second World War, by Martin Gilbert; The Gun and the Olive Branch, by David Hirst; By Way of Deception, by Victor Ostrovsky and Clair Hoy; The Hit Team, by David B. Tinnin with Dag Christensen; My Home, My Land, by Abu Iyad; The Quest for the Red Prince, by Michael Bar-Zohar and Eitan Haber; The Palestinians , by Jonathan Dimbleby; Arafat, by Alan Hart; and The Holocaust and the Jews of Marseille, by Donna F. Ryan. Finally, to the
Daniel Silva (The Kill Artist (Gabriel Allon, #1))
shame about being. “We say, I am ashamed of myself. I am guilty for something.
David A. deSilva (Honor, Patronage, Kinship & Purity: Unlocking New Testament Culture)