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wimple

Scot a curve or bend, as in a river
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If I remember correctly, they had trouble running that program when they were getting the tipping fees," Wimple said.
In addition 'Lizzie has a history of misunderstandings, but the latest one is bad enough to get her expelled from Our Lady of the Sacred Wimple College.
With her long serge habit, make-up-free face and closely cropped hair hidden by a traditional wimple, she appears indistinguishable from her fellow Benedictine nuns.
Over the broken promises of the day, the nun Spreads out her wimple and starry cape.
TOUGH: Clara rejects her old way of life I'LL KEEP IT WIMPLE Catherine's set to swap world of fashion for a life of prayer BEFORE: Catherine as model
She next appeared for the hugely popular Love Game in a white plastic wimple and moulded plastic dress, cue also some X-rated dancing.
On "The Nun's Litany," wherein the titular heroine dreams of trading in her habit and wimple for life as a topless waitress, her detached daydreaming over grinding industrial noise suggests Blondie in a food processor.
Dubai Power finished a two-length runner-up to Royal Confidence on her debut over 5f at Sandown and represents the Clive Brittain stable, which has won this in the past with Wimple and Crimplene.
March 14 - An Evening With Sally Field: ``The Girl With Something Extra'' reveals the aerodynamic properties of the wimple that allowed ``The Flying Nun'' to go airborne.
One victim cut her wimple rather than allow the executioner to touch it.
Further, if the wimpling wing belongs to the vic tim, rather than the aggressor, the curious linguistic parallel with a nun's wimple becomes a possible, and even obvious, play.