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From the tiniest 2-year-old to the burliest teen, kids have been instrumental in refurbishing parks and cleaning up communities all over the country.
For added colour he should pick out the burliest, surliest 'non' American or Australian he can find.
This primordial feeling may well explain why some of the burliest and bravest of homo sapiens can be reduced to a quivering wreck when asked to take care of the arachnid scuttling around in the corner of the living room.
Millions of TV viewers watched as eight of Tyneside's burliest shipyard workers were transformed into graceful ballet dancers for ITV1's Men In Tights programme.
The burliest of the Hollywood family wants to confront DiCaprio and "kick his ass" after he skipped a charity event in Las Vegas last weekend.
He'll defend the biggest and burliest opponent, allowing Henderson to face players of his size and strength.
Senior researchers designate the burliest postdocs they can find to slog it out in a mud pit set up across the street from the White House.
But of course, the above is not the script of some new, set-in-the-past reality TV show called Forties Farming, where the entire nation becomes glued to the box to vote in, or vote out, the prettiest land girl who can swing an axe or the burliest hunk grafting in a reserved occupation.