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We Alaskans Author: Nancy Lord and David James Updated: 1 hour ago Published 1 hour ago Every week We Alaskans presents reviews of books about Alaska and the north, or books by Alaska authors. Nancy Lord of Homer and David James of Fairbanks have carried the load of all that reading - and writing.
I love the FA Cup... always have, always will. As a boy I sat mesmerised as Des Lynam talked over a packed team bus taking about half-a-day to reach Wembley. Now I get to cover it. I've got a lot of time for the early rounds and we've had some magic moments in recent seasons.
1. No need for the foul language
2. It’s all about balance
3. I thought @CarolineLucas was doing an excellent job of challenging @nigelmp - as he did in return. No need for me to get in the way
4. Have a lovely day
Psychologists are claiming that people who put up Christmas decorations earlier are happier than those who wait!🎄What do you think & when it is officially TINSEL TIME in your house? https://t.co/B1U8pZZWZU
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