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Here's where to get them - The News Tribune IQowenlaukkanen (Owen Laukkanen) - @paigesaracooper “Like a poet, Cooper is relentlessly original.” “Cooper proves she can do just about anything.”… Try to control your spending- and buy only the essential items today.Everyone wants to be your friend today- and you would be too happy to oblige. We're hiring for our after school program in Charlottetown! woman knits dolls for soldiers to hand out in war zones What some P. Treason plain and simple. Hy3ID6IAYOKUNLE__ (AYO) - Tbh I don't really like purple rain, never did.adam_ross11 (adam ross) - RT @Chtown Boys Girls: Have you seen our new EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY?Bosham, of course, has long been associated with the story of King Cnut and the incoming tide.It seems fitting that, even today, the story repeats itself once in a while.

Don't forget to turn your sound on when viewing the webcam. It is thought that a skeleton found in the church in 1865 during renovation work is that of Cnut's daughter Gunhilda of Denmark who is supposed to have drowned in Bosham Mill Stream.Today Bosham is a popular place for dinghy sailing, although this far up the Bosham Channel low tide means plenty of gently shelving mud flats and rich pickings for birds for quite a lot of the day. Isn't nature/science a funny thing, I've just viewed Brighton pier (07.42) which is looking directly the point where the sun rises and that view is very dark and miserable looking, where as in this view everywhere looks so bright.I think this morning will be another great day to have a ride on the eye also.

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