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Shelly says she fills up the tank three to four times a week, $27 each time, to shuttle the four kids to sports practices and get to work.
Karyn really wanted me to get to that internal core, and what I had to do was just suck it all in.
In the new ``Professor,'' she'll not only get a chance to prove once again that she is an actress, but she'll get to sing.
It's always fresh and thrilling; so few people get to do for a living the thing they'd do for nothing.
and took three buses from his daughter's Chatsworth home to get to the federal building downtown so he could plop $95 on the counter for the opportunity to take the test to become a U.