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mitt

Baseball a large round thickly padded leather mitten worn by the catcher
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Equally, MITT presents both foreign tourist destinations and all possible leisure options within Russia.
These mitts are worked in the round from the cuff up; both mitts are identical and can be worn on either hand.
Replacing the hundreds of chemical exfoliants with Body Buffer Mitt, we will reduce water pollution and thus save our health and our body of being contaminated by hormone disrupting chemicals.
But after Romney saw the documentary "Mitt'' -- by Mormon filmmaker Greg Whiteley -- and felt that he could be Mitt "all the way,'' as one friend put it, he was ready to run "a hell of a race.
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When the class returns to their seats, I reached into my bag of tricks, pulled out several oven mitts and asked, "How do you suppose these could become puppets?
BRINGING OUT THE BIG GUNS : President Barack Obama, is accompanied by singer Bruce Springsteen, while fireworks herald the arrival of Mitt Romney at a rally
And if Mitt can work his magic there it will be one helluva story
Summary: Barack Obama and Mitt Romney have debated the relationship between the US and China.
Pour en finir avec l'image du financier millionnaire, impitoyable et guinde, Mitt Romney ressort desormais regulierement, lors de ses discours, des anecdotes emouvantes tirees de son passe, jusque-la reste dans l'ombre pendant la campagne presidentielle.
presidential debate, President Barack Obama blasted Republican contender Mitt Romney on the campaign trail in Wisconsin.
Millionaires generally favor the election of Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney over Barack Obama, but wealthy individuals ages 45 and under prefer the President over his challenger, according to new research.