Top Ten List

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... Canadian Children's Book Centre 2007 — Ontario Library Association Best Bets Top Ten List for 2006 for Torrie and the Firebird 2007 — Voya's Best Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror 2006 List for ... the Snake-Prince was on the 2007 Year's Best list from Resource Links magazine 2008 — Ontario Library Association Best Bets Top Ten List for 2007 for Nightwalker 2008 — Nightwalker short-listed ...
List Of David Letterman Sketches - Regular Sketches - Top Ten List
... The Top Ten List appears almost daily on the Late Show, and remains one of the few regular segments carried over from Late Night ... List topics are often inspired by current news and pop cultural events, with typical lists bearing titles such as "Top Ten Signs..." and "Top Ten Reasons..." The Top Ten List is compiled by the show's writing staff ... Some Top Ten List themes reappear seasonally, such as the carolers singing "Top Ten Least Popular Holiday Songs." For a long time, the Top Ten Lists were said to have been written in a so-called "Home Office" ...

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