Poor Harry knew he had a specially, and a crackerjack
, and it's up to me to find it."
"He drifted into seal hunting and became a crackerjack
. For six years he was high line of both the Victoria and San Francisco fleets.
He was a connoisseur, for he had said that the picture was a crackerjack
But no young contestant left empty-handed as there was always the consolation prize of a Crackerjack
point Scouse Michelle " |Commons Speaker John Bercow made his TV debut as a Crackerjack
contestant in 1975, aged 12
Every child who competed was given a Crackerjack
As she Tardis like a Crackerjack
for y hcab-There is only one other problem to overcome: To remember I have a bag with me and not leave it behind in a pub.
Those watching from their living rooms were very jealous of children appearing on the show, who were given a coveted Crackerjack Pencil, later upgraded to a Crackerjack
The results set up a crackerjack
clash on Friday when Hoffenheim travel to Bayern.
Accompanied by a crackerjack
trio, the singer-guitarist has a ball on her fifth full-length album, romping through mostly little-known numbers composed between 1930 and 1956.
But not just any old pencil - oh no - this was a Crackerjack
This is a crackerjack
of a story with fast-moving action.
Back in 1976, when I was a crackerjack
reporter for the Woodlawn High School Calumet, I interviewed the Baltimore County school district's superintendent, Joshua Wheeler.
Suzanne Carbone, 'A Crackerjack
Game', Article (in) The Age, 11.06.02
Act I begins with the traditional Christmas party: Clara's grandchildren do a crackerjack
hip-hop dance; a gospel choir (the Lafayette Inspirational Ensemble) sings; a daughter-in-law drinks too much punch.