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The Great Led Zeppelin Wine Pairing - Quotes
... David Lynch (referring to the “Black Dog” pairing) We're bringing the thunder ... We're bringing the tannin ... We're bringing the viscosity ...
List Of Florida Hurricanes (2000–present) - 2010
... landfall near Cutler Bay, Florida as a minimal tropical storm, bringing light rainfall and winds to southern parts of the state ... a couple of hundred miles offshore as a category four, bringing deadly rip currents and rough surf to the coastline, drowning one surfer in New Smyrna Beach ... September 29, 2010 – Tropical Storm Nicole dissipates just as it bears down on the coastline, bringing a very brief period of heavy rainfall amounting up to 2 inches (51 mm) ...
Bringing Back The Balls To Stockholm
... Bringing Back the Balls to Stockholm is the second DVD by the Finnish heavy metal band Lordi ... It was the first show on Lordi's Bringing Back the Balls to Europe Tour ...
Bringing Home The Bacon
... "Bringing home the bacon" was historically a reference to the winner of a marital fidelity contest who was awarded a "flitch" (side) of "bacon" (pork) ... It may also refer to Colloquially, the phrase is synonymous with breadwinning Bringing Home the Bacon, a song by the band Procol Harum Bringing Home the Bacon, a Primetime Emmy nominated episode of the television ...
Bringing Up Father - Maggie and Jiggs in Other Media - Stage
... Gus Hill's production of Bringing Up Father opened on Broadway in 1914, with music composed by Frank H ... versions of the strip that toured the country, including Bringing Up Father in Florida, Bringing Up Father on Broadway, Bringing Up Father in Ireland, Bringing Up ... Bringing Up Father at the Seashore opened on Broadway at the Manhattan Opera House in 1921, but closed after 18 performances a revised version reopened in 1928 ...

Famous quotes containing the word bringing:

    We are better advised and more educated than any other generation of parents. Yet this deluge of literature and advice can also leave us feeling overwhelmed and inadequate. Where is the joy of bringing a child into the world if we are always afraid of making a mistake?
    Neil Kurshan (20th century)

    Anytime you have a difficult encounter with your child, there is a good chance that at least one of these factors is bringing out the worst in him or her: transitions, time pressure, competition for your attention, conflicting objectives.
    Cathy Rindner Tempelsman (20th century)