spunk


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material for starting a fire

the courage to carry on

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8220;Our brand was developed out of a need for versatility, spunk, and refinement in our personal wardrobes.
Had I lived in that era, I would have marveled at the spunk of Josephine Marcus.
The "unforgettable Sarah Prine" learns how to ride and shoot at an early age and she has spunk to boot.
Adding a little modern spunk to the mix, Lauri Stallings (2007 "25 to Watch") choreographed the piece, which runs April 10-13.
Who can blame him - she's feisty and a bit gorgeous and also happens to be in leurve with local spunk Drew.
After Neighbours has-been Kyal Marsh's rubbish rope routine, Thpence mysteriously declares: "You great hunk of a spunk.
Plus, there's a defiance and spunk in this devastated girl that make her not merely pitiful, but a power to be reckoned with.
Sandier O'Neill Asset Management, LLC and SOAM Holdings, LLC; Smith Hanley Associates, LLC; and Spunk, LLC.
Angie waves and Spunk smiles and holds up his hand in a V sign.
You wonder how we ever lost the empire when there are still gels of such spunk around
Giving the armored patrol truck considerable spunk were suggestions from NASCAR and other automotive racing experts.
Who showed more spunk, more "the show must go on" determination regardless of her reputation or tendons?
html): Mule Bone, Polk County, Meet the Mamma, De Turkey and de Law, Spunk, and Cold Keener.
It has "faux" manual gears and a sports gear, which adds considerable spunk, but not as much spunk as the BMW seems to have from a standing position.