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beaut

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n. someone or something excellent, not necessarily beautiful. This is a beaut of a day!
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Simon, 44, said: "It is a thing of beaut y and my daughter had destroyed it, albeit unwittingly.
Sunday People reader Danny Bowman from Compton Bassett, Wilts is near this season's top with a 9lb 2oz beaut from the Avon, near Chippenham.
soooo beaut trop t d Drawn to one especially large tropical fish tank, she repeatedly tapped at the glass, cooing admiringly: "Ah look, it's like the Finding Nemo fish.
Wedding stylist Carol Spenser said: "Sarah wi l l design a beaut i ful, big, grand gown suitable for the occasion but it won't be over-the-top or fussy.
Somerset's Alan Culley, from Bridgwater, cast a ragworm bait in a Bristol Channel ebb tide at Hinkley Point beach and won a brisk fight with a 4lb 14oz 8dms beaut.
It's rumoured that botty beaut Melinda was paid pounds 25,000 to trip off to Barbados and strip off to sport the selection of sexy undies and beachwear for Littlewoods.
As Fiorello La Guardia would say, when I make a mistake, it's a beaut.
Speaking of Katie Larmour, Summer started early in Belfast as the beaut launched the new He-Shi Dark Foaming Mousse.
Almost half of women are unhappy with the products they use to combat their beaut y demands, according to a recent Tesco Your Beauty survey, meaning piles of redundant lotions.
His last drop with a shiny nettle pirk lure got a snatch from a 23lb 8oz middleweight beaut.
The German beaut, 26, told the Brit tab Sun that she saved herself by grabbing a door handle and hanging on ``with all my strength'' before managing to close the door with her belt.
Three-times married Grammer, 55, who is engaged to British flight stewardess Kayte Walsh, 29, is wanted by the site Sugar Sugar, which aims to link young, beaut iful women with rich, older men.
We are smart, beaut i f u l , r e c k l e s s a n d purposeful.
She's a real beaut, with plush upholstery and great mileage.
The second was a beaut, when Devlin pulled down Hunt's through ball, picked his spot and drilled it hard and low into the net.