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Not having been actually present on this occasion, should I proceed to relate ALL that passed, or that I fancied passed, it would be degrading myself to the level of those newspapers which are in the habit of retailing private conversations, and which, like most small dealers in such things, never retail fairly.
Thro' thy false medium then, no longer view'd, My fancied pain and fancied pleasure fly.
Rita Ora fancies Harry Styles Rihanna fancies Liam Neeson and Gwyneth Paltrow Katy Perry and Adele both fancy Rihanna Cheryl and Rihanna fancy each other Katy, Adele and Cheryl would like to be Harry's princess Harry fancies Rihanna Kate Middleton is fancied by TOWIE's Mark Wright, the object of Lindsay Lohan's desire.
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Now in an interview to mark the 50th anniversary of the show this month, she reveals she also fancied John Noakes.
They'll look and see that we're in pretty good form at the moment and when the draw was made I think they won't have fancied the tie at all.
It came as the housemates talked about who they fancied.
This could be down to blushing Irish men as two thirds admitted they would not approach a girl they fancied if she was in a group of mates.
This represents a big drop in class for John Mullins' hope, who is fancied to race handier tonight before turning up the heat from the penultimate turn.
Has been running creditably over seven furlongs recently, but all his wins have been at today's trip and, back on a decent mark, is fancied to win his second race of the season.
Steps up in grade, but fancied to follow up for the in-form Mark Johnston team.
Goes well at Hexham, and fancied to return to form on ground that will suit.
05 Redcar, nap) Returned from a break to finish third in a similar race over seven furlongs at York last time and, with today's extra furlong expected to suit, is fancied to get off the mark this time.
Step up to six should suit, and fancied to score on nursery debut.