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CeCe Peniston - Biography - 1991–1992: Finally
... Chicago pizza parlor in October and I heard over the radio 'Finally by CeCe Peniston' ... broadcast live on April 5, 2011.) Peniston was 22 years old when her debut single "Finally" was successfully released ... Within three months of "Finally", the US sale of the single reached over 500,000 copies, and over 3 million worldwide ...
Jezebel (film) - Plot
... She finally realizes the magnitude of her social blunder and begs Pres to take her away, but by this time, he is implacable ... All the other dancers leave the floor, finally leaving them alone ... A year later, Pres finally returns, to help Dr ...
Jackson Homestead - History of The Homestead - Joseph Jackson
... However, when he, the youngest of Sebas's six children, finally came of age, his father's estate was finally divided among the six ... By the time everything was finally settled, Joseph was so experienced in law that he was able to represent Newton in a lawsuit against Cambridge over support for the Great Bridge over the Charles ...
Finally (Ce Ce Peniston Song) - Track Listings
... CD Single, Australia, 390 670-2 "Finally" "Finally" CD Single, USA, 75021 2396-2 "Finally" "Finally" "Finally" CD Maxi, USA, Promo, 75021 7281-2 "Finally" "Finally" "Finally" "Finally" "Finally" "Fina ...
Jack Nicklaus 4 - Windows Development History - Physics
... Finally, in frustration, Fregger suggested that, with short putts, they "Just put the ball into the hole.. ... to announce that the "short putt" problem had finally been solved, "He moved the metal cup down an inch from the top of the hole.. ... Finally he said, "Sorry, Brad, I forgot to tell you that that's what they do on real golf courses." ...

Famous quotes containing the word finally:

    So you finally got wise to yourself, did you? Funny thing about you women. Most of you don’t get wise soon enough. You wait until you’re so old nobody want you.... You’re not so hard to look at. Give yourself a tumble, you’ll make the grade.
    Willis Goldbeck (1900–1979)

    After you have exhausted what there is in business, politics, conviviality, and so on—have found that none of these finally satisfy, or permanently wear—what remains? Nature remains.
    Walt Whitman (1819–1892)

    I have come to have the firm conviction that vanity is the basis of everything, and finally that what one calls conscience is only inner vanity.
    Gustave Flaubert (1821–1880)