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Article Title : List of facial hairstyles
Article Snippet :non-exhaustive list of facial hairstyles. A moustache is defined as any facial hair grown specifically on the upper lip. There are many different types of moustache
Article Title : List of Twilight characters
Article Snippet :arrives in Forks. Edward knows that he could kill Bella easily, a fact that torments him so much that, in the book New Moon, he decided to leave Forks with
Article Title : Drop bear
Article Snippet :various tactics purported to deter drop bear attacks—including placing forks in the hair, having Vegemite or toothpaste spread behind the ears or in the armpits
Article Title : Twilight (novel series)
Article Snippet :her father in Forks, Washington to allow her mother to travel with her new husband, a minor league baseball player. After moving to Forks, Bella finds
Article Title : Bella Swan
Article Snippet :Charlie Swan, a police chief, in her birthplace of Forks, Washington. There, she is enrolled at Forks High School, where she becomes intrigued by a 17-year-old
Article Title : Sterling silver
Article Snippet :implements often included:[citation needed] forks (dinner fork, salad fork, pastry fork, or shrimp fork) spoons (teaspoon, coffee spoon, demitasse spoon
Article Title : Nicole Linkletter
Article Snippet :raised in Grand Forks, North Dakota, the daughter of Monica and Steve Linkletter. She has two sisters. Linkletter graduated from Grand Forks Red River High
Article Title : R. H. Elam
Article Snippet :detection of the thief." STOLEN on the night of the 3d instant, my room at the Forks of the Road, near Natchez, was entered and the following property taken
Article Title : Furcas
Article Snippet :as a strong old man with white hair and a long white beard, who rides a horse while holding a sharp weapon (pitch fork). Furcas is a knight and commeth
Article Title : Ginkgo biloba
Article Snippet :April 2008. Retrieved 29 March 2008. Boland, Timothy; Laura E. Coit; Marty Hair (2002). Michigan Gardener's Guide. Cool Springs Press. p. 199. ISBN 978-1-930604-20-9

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