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  1. Digami Reply
    Lyrics to 'Claudio Villa A Mezza Voce (Stornelli Amorosi Parte II)' by Claudio Villa. Discovered using Shazam, the music discovery app. Claudio Villa A Mezza Voce (Stornelli Amorosi Parte II) - .
  2. Kigajar Reply
    Review: To celebrate Record Store Day last year, Houndstooth got label regular Throwing Snow to create three VIP versions of tracks from his debut album Mosaic. While the LP was a relatively delicate affair at time, these vinyl-only cuts took the original material and brought more of the house, garage, rave and bass influences to the fore with the intention of causing maximum club devastation.
  3. Bazahn Reply
    I’ve been journaling for most of my life. I don’t write “Dear Diary”, but instead write the date of the entry and the time I start writing it up on the right hand side of the page then just write, write, write about everything that is on my mind a.
  4. Malabei Reply
    “They were brought into the squad and started off on the ‘B’ team in these minute training matches and they were marking Alan and Bernard and Diarmo and going toe-to-toe with them.
  5. Kagazragore Reply
    Here, amongst other goings on, Ricky Bell nipped in for a quick repeat of Jonny Argue’s now classic 8A prow, John , and I added There are now something like recorded climbs in Donegal, and the sheer rate of development is astonishing. Finally, and mostly so we can have a roped first ascent in the mix for this section, Ron.
  6. Kigaktilar Reply
    Leinster proper was seemingly a mix of the lot of them, with slightly more bias toward Munster. The thing is though, the Leinster dialect was dead so long that Laoide had to get most of his material from anglicising of place names and in scattered pieces of writing. A few of the things I remember off hand: ao - pronounced 'í', as in Connaught.