Dream Team

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List Of A-Next Members - Team Members - Dream Team
... The Dream Team is a fictional group of heroes in the Marvel Comics MC2 universe ... antagonism between the original A-Next team and the Dream Team ... The team roster comprises American Dream Shannon Carter is the niece of Sharon Carter ...
Cathy Cassidy - Dream Team
... Cassidy has an exclusive fan club known as the Dream Team from the UK and the RoI whose job to contribute advice, suggestions and feedback in return for various benefits such as receiving Cassidy's ...
Louis A. Mongello - The Dream Team Project
... also manages a charitable group named the Dream Team Project ... The Dream Team Project is designed for the purpose of raising money to grant the wishes children with serious illnesses to visit Walt Disney World ... and the proceeds of special fundraising events run by The Dream Team Project are all used to help make the life of a child a bit brighter during a difficult ...
Dream Team - Other Uses
... Dream Team (comics), a fictional group of Marvel Comics superheroes LA Dream Team, American hip-hop act Nickname for the legal defense team in the O ...
LA Dream Team - Discography - Singles
... Calling on the Dream Team" (12") (1985) Dream Team "Rockberry Jam" (12") (1985) Dream Team "The Dream Team Is in the House" (12") (1985) Dream Team "And the Orchestra Plays" (12") (1986) MCA "Hollywood ...

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    Dream is not a revelation. If a dream affords the dreamer some light on himself, it is not the person with closed eyes who makes the discovery but the person with open eyes lucid enough to fit thoughts together. Dream—a scintillating mirage surrounded by shadows—is essentially poetry.
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