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1980 In Music - Other Significant Singles
... Disco Apocalypse" – Jackson Browne "Disco Circus" – Martin Circus "Do Nothing" – The Specials "Do You Dream In Colour?" – Bill Nelson "Do You Love What You ... The B-52's "Rastaman Live Up!" – Bob Marley "Rat Race" – The Specials "Real Love" – The Doobie Brothers "Real Situation" – Bob Marley "Rebel Waltz" – The Clash "Redemption Song ... Television On" – Billy Joel "So Lonely" – The Police "Sock It To 'em J.B." – The Specials "Solid Rock" – Bob Dylan "Sometimes a Fantasy" – Billy Joel "Spacer" – Sheila B ...
Postman Pat - Postman Pat Special Delivery Service
... In the latest series, Postman Pat Special Delivery Service, Postman Pat has been given a promotion to Head of the Special Delivery Service (SDS) ... Despite the promotion, Pat does, however, now have a boss, Ben, who tends to give him instructions (whereas he was his own master before the "promotion") ... Pat also seems to make more mistakes in his work since moving to SDS, largely because the new format is always based on one delivery, which has to go wrong somehow (thus ...
Postman Pat - Outside The Main Broadcast Series - DVD and VHS Releases
... collection of titles available for Home Entertainment release, including feature length specials and interactive games ... Titles include Postman Pat - ABC 123 Stories Postman Pat - Read Along with Postman Pat Postman Pat - Magic Christmas Postman Pat - Clowns Around Postman Pat - In A Muddle Postman Pat ...

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    There was no speculation so promising, or at the same time so praisworthy, as the United Metropolitan Improved Hot Muffin and Crumpet Baking and Punctual Delivery Company.
    Charles Dickens (1812–1870)

    Helen, Helen,
    the kitchen is your dog
    and you pat it
    and love it
    and keep it clean.
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)

    Passengers in 1937 totaled 270,000; so many of these were celebrities that two Newark newspapers ran special airport columns.
    —For the State of New Jersey, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)