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I ain't afeared of anything on this side o' the grave; but I thought that maybe it was him that died o' the typhoid inspecting the drains what killed him.
AFEARED gap in European funding has closed as chiefs in Brussels release development cash - but questions remain over whether it will reach a key Beamish Museum project.
Ed Miliband should not be afeared, it is a tradition rich in the party's history.
But although I'm not going to pretend I made it past part one, it was nowhere near as bad as I'd afeared, thanks to the absence of Sue Perkins and the shenanigans of the clueless celebs - actresses Angela Griffin and Sarah Hadland, botanist James Wong and TV gardener Joe Swift.
I am afeared there are few die well that die in a battle, for how can they charitably dispose of anything when blood is their argument?
Or is Liverpool suffering from the much afeared " hangover" effect of S such an eventful year of celebrations?
Afeared of the consequences, the town constable dithered until Sir Thomas Holte forced his hand and issued a warrant against one of Colmore's servants.
I am afeared there are few die well that die in a battle; for how can they charitably dispose of anything when blood is their argument?
Only we're too afeared and repressed to talk about it.
It's like me when I went to the World Cup I wasn't afeared one bit, I loved it.
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