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"A grandmother's special calling is to pray and to be a fellow worker in the battle in which her children or her grandchildren are engaged." - Elisabeth Elliot

"Calling means that everyone, everywhere, and in everything fulfills his or her (secondary) callings in response to God's (primary) calling." - Os Guinness

"The singular mission of the working woman is to fuse her feminine calling with her vocational calling and, by means of that fusion, to give a feminine quality to her vocational calling." - Edith Stein

"Feeling like the voice she liked best in all the world was calling her name." - C S Lewis

"Why do you have to break up with her? Be a man. Just stop calling." - Matt Leblanc

"Germany calling! Germany Calling!" - William Joyce

"The voice sank through luce's skin and straight into her heart. Daniel's voice. He was calling to her. He wanted her. Needed her. Luce moved towards the sound" - Lauren Kate

"My cousin just got married for the totally wrong reasons. She married a man for money. She wasn't real subtle about it. Instead of calling him her fiance, she kept calling him her financee." - Rita Rudner

"You always be calling her, she aint never answerin. You aint figured out I am the reason that she canceling" - Drake

"And God bless America, When other lands are falling, Because to Him, in every tongue Her children will be calling." - Margaret B. Peeke

"Calling it off comes easy enough if you haven't told the girl you are smitten with her." - Carl Sandburg

"Girlfriend is such a stupid word. I couldn't stand calling her that. So, we had to get married, so I could call her 'wife." - Gayle Forman

"Texas governor Rick Perry said God is calling on him to run for President. But Michele Bachmann said that god is calling on her to run for President. You know, if God is that indecisive, he's probably for Mitt Romney!" - Jay Leno

"The woman who accepts the limitations of womanhood finds in those very limitations her gifts, her special calling which bears her up into perfect freedom, into the will of God." - Elisabeth Elliot

"Ryssa? How do you know her name was Ryssa? (Tory) Uh...I do'. I just gave her a name. It seemed more polite than calling her "hey, you, ancient chick." (Acheron)" - Sherrilyn Kenyon

"Ryssa? How do you know her name was Ryssa? (Tory) Uh...I don't. I just gave her a name. It seemed more polite than calling her 'hey, you, ancient chick.' (Acheron)" - Sherrilyn Kenyon

"We knew that Cecilia had killed herself because she was a misfit, because the beyond called to her, and we knew that her sisters, once abandoned, felt her calling from that place, too." - Jeffrey Eugenides

"What was it up there in the song that seemed to be calling her back inside? What would happen now in the dim, incalculable hours?" - F Scott Fitzgerald

"We have to actually choose a name," Kane murmured above her head. "We can't keep calling him 'baby.' When he's fifteen he might resent it." - Christine Feehan

"You are such a chicken. Bock. Bock. Bock." He refused to allow her very bad chicken impression to ruffle his feathers. He was above petty name-calling." - Christine Feehan

"Lenscrafters is upset with Tea Partier Michele Bachmann because she called Planned Parenthood 'the Lenscrafters of abortion.' Lenscrafters released a statement today calling her 'the Costco of crazy.'" - Conan O'Brien

"If Diane Modahl was 40 times over the testosterone limit she'd have a deep voice and we'd all be calling her Barry White." - Tony Jarrett

"Whoever functions in an office or calling received from one who holds priesthood keys exercises priesthood authority in performing her or his assigned duties." - Dallin H. Oaks

"I considered calling Grace to ask her what I should say to a reticent suicidal werewolf, but I'd left my phone somewhere. Car, maybe." - Maggie Stiefvater

"Small Mabel whimpered all night long, For calling herself the cause. Her oak-eyed mother did no thing But change the bloody gauze." - Gwendolyn Brooks

"Lucy woke out of the deepest sleep you can imagine, with the feeling that the voice she liked best in the world had been calling her name." - C S Lewis

"I had started calling her Lucy shortly after we met; I didn't like the name Lucille. That's how our television show was called I Love Lucy, not Lucille." - Desi Arnaz

"Eleanor Roosevelt had both her admirers and her detractors. And they admired her and detracted from her for many of the same reasons. People who liked her social activism, who thought that she was calling attention to problems that needed solving, were all for her." - William A. Rusher

"I think that when you saw Donald Trump absolutely calling Hillary Clinton crooked, the "lock her up, lock her up," all of that was developed. I think that was developed strategically with people from the Kremlin, with Vladimir Putin." - Maxine Waters

"He was waving. "Saukerl," she laughed, and as she held up her hand, she knew completely that he was simultaneously calling her a Saumensch. I think that's as close to love as eleven-year-olds can get." - Markus Zusak

"I honestly don't remember when and why I started calling my mom 'Momsi'. These are family things; it starts for some reason. It's not that I just call her Momsi; I call her other things as well!" - Viswanathan Anand

"Lipgloss is my calling!" - Vanessa Hudgens

"Oh, I can see it happening, age after age, and growing worse the more you reveal your beauty: the son turning his back on the mother and the bride on her groom, stolen away by this everlasting calling, calling, calling of the gods. Taken where we can't follow. It would be far better for us if you were foul and ravening. We'd rather you drank their blood than stole their hearts. We'd rather they were ours and dead than yours and made immortal." - C S Lewis

"Motherhood is near to divinity. It is the highest, holiest service to be assumed by mankind. It places her who honors its holy calling and service next to the angels." - J Reuben Clark

"My grandparents never understood why my mother Noreen chose such exotic names for her children: Damon and me. My granny insisted on calling my brother Dermot - a good Irish name - until she died; I was just known as wee one." - Natascha Mcelhone

"Are you calling me your gift?" "Yes." She smiled. "How do you feel about that?" "Like it's my turn to be unwrapped." He nibbled at her mouth. "Do it slow." - Nalini Singh

"A man should never boast of his courage, nor a woman of her virtue, lest their doing so should be the cause of calling their possession of them into question." - Marguerite Gardiner, Countess of Blessington

"Plus her mom was so awesome. She was strict about some things-don't leave your socks lying around-but so not strict about other things, like calling the cops about my bullet wound." - James Patterson

"I wanted to see the place where Margaret grew to what she is, even at the worst time of all, when I had no hope of ever calling her mine..." - Elizabeth Gaskell

"Why is Anthony Amowitz using his pimp smile on you?" "You're only calling him a pimp because he's here. At Marcie's." "Yeah, so?" "He's being nice." I elbowed her. "Smile back." "Being nice? He's being horny." - Becca Fitzpatrick

"Plus her mom was so awesome. She was strict about some things-do' leave your socks lying around-but so not strict about other things, like calling the cops about my bullet wound." - James Patterson

"Why is Anthony Amowitz using his pimp smile on you?" "You're only calling him a pimp because he's here. At Marcie"s." "Yeah, so?" "He's being nice." I elbowed her. "Smile back." "Being nice? He's being horny." - Becca Fitzpatrick

"Love is a delicate plant that needs constant tending and nurturing, and this cannot be done by snorting at the adored object like a gas explosion and calling her friends lice." - P G Wodehouse

"Tereza knew what happens during the moment love is born: the woman cannot resist the voice calling forth her terrified soul; the man cannot resist the woman whose soul thus responds to his voice." - Milan Kundera

"The path of duty I clearly trace, / I stand with conscience face to face, / And all her pleas allow; / Calling and crying the while for grace, - / 'Some other time, and some other place; / Oh, not to-day; not now!" - Alice Cary

"The difference between listening to a radio sermon and going to church...is almost like the difference between calling your girl on the phone and spending an evening with her." - Dwight L Moody

"Hillary Clinton began a New York thank-you tour Friday by calling for the abolition of the Electoral College. No wonder Arkansas never liked her. She hasn't been in office three days and already she's an abolitionist." - Argus Hamilton

"I've written a book about my mother, and I don't remember anyone going to Antigua or calling up my mother and verifying her life. There is something about this book that drives people mad with the autobiographical question." - Jamaica Kincaid

"There are stereotypes of what a beautiful woman is. She struggled with that. A certain part of her life she went on that calling card. I certainly know I've come into contact with that. 'You are too pretty,' I'm told." - Sherilyn Fenn

"Why are they calling her a Nazi? ...Because modern secular Judaism wants to blame the holocaust on the Catholic Church. And it's a lie. And it's revisionism. And they've been working on that one for a while." - Mel Gibson

"The moment love is born: the woman cannot resist the voice calling forth her terrified soul; the man cannot resist the woman whose soul thus responds to his voice." - Milan Kundera

"The difference between listening to a radio sermon and going to church... is almost like the difference between calling your girl on the phone and spending an evening with her." - Dwight L Moody

"My grandparents never understood why my mother Noreen chose such exotic names for her children: Damon and me. My granny insisted on calling my brother Dermot - a good Irish name - until she died; I was just known as 'wee one.'" - Natascha Mcelhone

"By the time I was 13, Mother, satisfied that her 'bronco' was well 'busted,' offered what was left of me, with pious pride, as 'suitable timber for the holy calling.'" - William Odwyer

"Calling George Bush shallow is like calling a dwarf short." - Molly Ivins

"To call war the soil of courage and virtue is like calling debauchery the soil of love." - George Santayana

"The wild night is calling." - Van Morrison

"Hark! the hours are softly calling Bidding Spring arise To listen to the rain-drops falling From the cloudy skies To listen to Earth's weary voices Louder every day Bidding her no longer linger On her charm'd way But hasten to her task of beauty Scarcely yet begun." - Adelaide Anne Procter

"And if that child should ever get the chance to travel the world and someone should ask her where is she from, we believe that she should always be able to hold her head high with pride in her voice when she answers, 'I am an American.' That is the course we seek. That is the change we are calling for." - Barack Obama

"Hark! the hours are softly calling Bidding Spring arise To listen to the rain-drops falling From the cloudy skies To listen to Earth's weary voices Louder every day Bidding her no longer linger On her charm"d way But hasten to her task of beauty Scarcely yet begun." - Adelaide Anne Procter

"Music chooses her musicians." - Patricia Barber

"I saw sensuality as sacred, indeed the only sacredness, I saw woman and her beauty as divine since her calling is the most important task of existence: the propagation of the species. I saw woman as the personification of nature, as Isis, and man as her priest, her slave; and I pictured her treating him as cruelly as Nature, who, when she no longer needs something that has served her, tosses it away, while her abuses, indeed her killing it, are its lascivious bliss." - Leopold von Sacher-Masoch

"The amateur has a long list of fears. Near the top are two: Solitude and silence. The amateur fears solitude and silence because she needs to avoid, at all costs, the voice inside her head that would point her toward her calling and her destiny. So she seeks distraction. The amateur prizes shallowness and shuns depth. The culture of Twitter and Facebook is paradise for the amateur." - Steven Pressfield

"Fuuuuuuuuuuck." Kynan scrubbed his face. "I could use a double shot of whiskey right now." "I'm sure Flicka keeps hard liquor behind the bar." "Flicka?" "I don't want to say her name." "So you're calling her horse names?" Ky coked a dark eyebrow. "I can't wait to see how she reacts to Mr. Ed." - Larissa Ione

"The Church is her true self only when she exists for humanity. As a fresh start, she should give away all her endowments to the poor and needy. The clergy should live solely on the freewill offerings of their congregations, or possibly engage in some secular calling." - Dietrich Bonhoeffer

"He never once tells me what Tiffany thinks or what is going on in her heart: the awful feelings, the conflicting impulses, the needs, the desperation, everything that makes her different from Ronnie and Veronica, who have each other and their daughter, Emily, and a good income and a house and everything else that keeps people from calling them "odd." - Matthew Quick

"The role of the teacher remains the highest calling of a free people. To the teacher, America entrusts her most precious resource, her children; and asks that they be prepared ... to face the rigors of individual participation in a democratic society." - Shirley Hufstedler

"We really didn't have the option of being couch potatoes when I was growing up. There were only three television channels and the only kid's programming was on Saturday morning. We always played outside until we could hear Mom calling us (not by cell phone but with her hands cupped around her mouth) that it was dinner time." - Jeff Foxworthy

"My mother watched her loving husband look at her with blankness or contempt and sometimes hatred. And yet dementia is classed as a social condition, so that the state is not required to pay for long-term residential care. Calling it what it is - brain damage - is too expensive." - Rose George

"As far back as I can remember, my mother would have me down by the bed at night with her, praying. I can still hear her voice calling my name to God and telling him that she wanted me to follow him in whatever he called me to do." - Charles R Swindoll

"The role of the teacher remains the highest calling of a free people. To the teacher, America entrusts her most precious resource, her children; and asks that they be prepared... to face the rigors of individual participation in a democratic society." - Shirley Hufstedler

"Tori walked toward the bed. Out of the corner of my eye, I saw her give Derek a once-over. "You know, from this angle, he doesn't look too bad," she said. I glared at her. "I'm just saying . . ." I leaned over Derek, calling him as loudly as I dared. "Personally, I'm more a running back girl myself," Tori said. "But if you like the linebacker type, he's-" My glower shut her up" - Kelley Armstrong

"I miss her, but I don't want to see her." - Kim Do-Jin

"A woman seldom writes her mind but in her postscript" - Richard Steele

"The scholar's greatest weakness: calling procrastination research." - Stephen King

"Every calling is great when greatly pursued." - Oliver Wendell Holmes

"Apart from if Playboy come calling." - Michelle Bass

"Racing is a calling, a passion." - Janet Guthrie

"Acting is my calling, not my career." - Angela Bassett

"It's America calling the shots in everything" - Mikhail Gorbachev

"[Donald] Trump is obsessed with name calling." - Hillary Clinton

"Calling all dance music producers! I'm available." - Kristin Chenoweth

"We have started calling him grandfather." - Yuvraj Singh

"Calling people 'sweetheart' makes most people enraged." - Amy Poehler

"Writing is a calling, not a choice." - Isabel Allende

"Every calling is great when greatly pursued." - Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.

"Medicine has always been my calling." - Mehmet Oz

"Every calling is great when greatly pursued." - Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr

"Her gentle spirit commits itself to yours to be directed, as from her lord, her governor, her king." - William Shakespeare

"Her very silence, and her patience, Speak to the people, and they pity her." - William Shakespeare

"The way her body existed only where he touched her. The rest of her was smoke." - Arundhati Roy

"And they looked at her, watched her, wanted to squirt her full of baby juice." - Katherine Dunn

"Ivan said "But Elsie's not suffering. She's in her own home; she's warm and dry with three meals a day. She's not in physical pain as her medication takes her pain away. She has the companionship of the only man she has ever loved all her life as her caregiver. I wouldn't call that suffering. If she was half way up a mountain, poorly dressed in a blizzard, with broken bones, bleeding, with a pack of hungry wolfs approaching, then I could understand taking another's life and calling it mercy. But if she's not yet ready for death, perhaps you're jumping the gun on this."" - Anton Apperley

"We understood Her by her sight; her pure, and eloquent blood Spoke in her cheeks, and so distinctly wrought, That one might almost say, her body thought." - John Donne

"I should go. Stewart's waitin' for me. Says he wants to teach me how to use a sword properly.' Riley hooted. 'Can I watch? This should be totally hilarious.' 'Ya've got no respect woman.' Beck retorted. After the door closed behind him she realized what he'd said. 'Woman?' He wasn't calling her girl any longer." - Jana Oliver

"She was an auxiliary nurse but training to be a true nurse because that was her calling, to serve mankind. She was a Martha. There were Marys and Marthas, but Marys got all the limelight because of being Christ's handmaiden, but Marthas were far more sincere." - Edna O'Brien

"If you're calling her a floozy, I'm by way of being a bit of a floozy myself." "Oh, Jared," said Kami, who was well aware of his romantic experience, or total lack thereof. "You are not." "Well, I have floozy ambitions." - Sarah Rees Brennan

"If you're calling her a floozy, I'm by way of being a bit of a floozy myself." "Oh, Jared," said Kami, who was well aware of his romantic experience, or total lack thereof. "You are not." "Well, I have floozy ambitions." - Sarah Rees Brennan

"For some reason the desert scene before Lucy Bostil awoke varying emotions - a sweet gratitude for the fullness of her life there at the Ford, yet a haunting remorse that she could not be wholly content - a vague loneliness of soul - a thrill and a fear for the strangely calling future, glorious, unknown." - Zane Grey

"I should go. Stewart's waitin" for me. Says he wants to teach me how to use a sword properly." Riley hooted. "Can I watch? This should be totally hilarious." "Ya"ve got no respect woman." Beck retorted. After the door closed behind him she realized what he"d said. "Woman?" He was' calling her girl any longer." - Jana Oliver

"If you're calling her a floozy, I'm by way of being a bit of a floozy myself." "Oh, Jared," said Kami, who was well aware of his romantic experience, or total lack thereof. "You are not." "Well, I have floozy ambitions." - Sarah Rees Brennan

"And when I smiled, 'Bing!' I almost blinded her. She said, 'Great Scot, are you a thief? Seems like you have a mouth full of gold teeth!' Hahahaha, had to find that funny, So I said, 'No child, I work hard for the money. And calling me a thief? Please...don't even try it, Sit down, eat your slice of pizza, and be quiet.'" - Slick Rick

"If I'm such a legend, then why am I so lonely? If I'm such a legend, then why do I sit at home for hours staring at the damned telephone, hoping it's out of order, even calling the operator asking her if she's sure it's not out of order?" - Judy Garland

"I would sit in the back at church every Sunday trying to hide, and just when I thought I'd gotten through the service without her [grandmother] calling on me to sing 'His Eye Is On The Sparrow,' she'd always call me up" - Brooke Valentine

"When I went into gospel, I didn't think it was respectful to still do R&B and gospel at the same time. It is not because of anything written or the church going off on me. It was more of Regina putting stipulations on herself and stating where she couldn't go because she got this calling in her life." - Regina Belle

"A gentleman reading a poem that began with Where is that man that never yet did hear Of fair Penelope, Ulysses' queen? calling his cook, asked if he had ever heard of her, who answering No, demonstrate to him Lo, there the man that never yet did hear Of fair Penelope, Ulysses' queen." - Ben Jonson

"My first agent dissuaded me from calling myself 'Cumberbatch.' I had six months of not very productive time with her, so I changed agents. The new one said, 'Why aren't you using your family name? It's a real attention-grabber.' I worried, 'How much is it going to cost to put my name in lights?' But then I decided that's not my problem." - Benedict Cumberbatch

"Until fairly recently, Amish teachers would reprimand the student who raised his or her hand as being too individualistic. Calling attention to oneself, or being 'prideful,' is one of the cardinal Amish worries. Having your name or photo in the papers, even talking to the press, is almost a sin." - Howard Rheingold

"I've been called a spy of Israel since 1996, and since I made my documentary film in 2000 the FBI has investigated me as an agent of Iraq. The FBI has also opened up an investigation into my wife calling her a KGB spy." - Scott Ritter

"Especially on television, it's not so much a patriarchy; it always seems that there's a smart, strong woman calling the shots, and her doofus husband. In the sitcom world, it's almost a cliche that the women have the common sense, going back to 'The Honeymooners.'" - Jake Weber

"Calling fishing a hobby is like calling brain surgery a job." - Paul Schullery

"Calling EMACS an editor is like calling the Earth a hunk of dirt." - Chris DiBona

"Calling Atheism a religion is like calling bald a hair color." - Don Hirschberg

"Are you calling me out? (Varyk) I'm calling you slow. Not out. (Dev)" - Sherrilyn Kenyon

"Are you calling me out? (Varyk) I'm calling you slow. Not out. (Dev)" - Sherrilyn Kenyon

"As a Christian, my highest calling is not motherhood; my highest calling is to follow Christ." - Rachel Held Evans

"Calling all citizens all over the world, this is Captain America calling." - Ray Davies

"The medical professionals are a lot more comfortable calling it 'depression' than calling it 'loneliness." - Patch Adams

"Consider calling it a challenge rather than calling it a crisis." - Mary Anne Radmacher

"When your dad's a cop, calling 911 is really just like calling Dad at work." - Ryan Reynolds

"Calling a taxi in Texas is like calling a rabbi in Iraq." - Fran Lebowitz

"The federal government said today they've begun training sessions for airport security workers to provide what they call more customer satisfaction to the travels, they want to make it easier for us. They're instructing security guards to glance at your luggage tags so that they can call you by your first name. Isn't that creepy? The guy touching your wife, calling her by her first name." - Jay Leno

"A guy's calling to say he's failing algebra II. Just as a point of practice, I say, Kill yourself. A woman calls and says her kids won't behave. Without missing a beat, I tell her, Kill yourself. A man calls to say his car won't start. Kill yourself. A woman calls to ask what time the late movie starts. Kill yourself. She asks, "Isn't this 555-1327? Is this the Moorehouse CinePlex? I say, Kill yourself. Kill yourself. Kill yourself." - Chuck Palahniuk

"My blood rose, mixing with my lingering fear of the unknown to drive her to a fever pitch. Her lips touched my lower neck and vertigo spun the room, burning tracings of desire to settle deep and low in me. I exhaled into the promise of more to come, calling it to me. I breathed it in like smoke, the rising passion starting a feeling of abandonment inside. I did' care anymore if it was right or wrong. It just was." - Kim Harrison

"Both Matilda and Lavender were enthralled. It was quite clear to them that they were at this moment standing in the presence of a master. Here was somebody who had brought the art of skulduggery to the highest point of perfection, somebody, moreover, who was willing to risk life and limb in pursuit of her calling. They gazed in wonder at this goddess, and suddenly even the boil on her nose was no longer a blemish but a badge of courage." - Roald Dahl

"My blood rose, mixing with my lingering fear of the unknown to drive her to a fever pitch. Her lips touched my lower neck and vertigo spun the room, burning tracings of desire to settle deep and low in me. I exhaled into the promise of more to come, calling it to me. I breathed it in like smoke, the rising passion starting a feeling of abandonment inside. I didn't care anymore if it was right or wrong. It just was." - Kim Harrison

"Moonlight streamed in, sending loving beams over his face. He closed his eyes and basked in it, and I could tell it was calling to him, even though the moon was not full. She didn't speak to me, but Samuel had once described her song to me in the words of a poet. The expression of bliss on his face while he listened to her music made him beautiful." - Patricia Briggs

"I'd seen her name on a call sheet for so many years and been called Jo so many times. If people said Jo in the street, I used to turn round because I was so used to being called Jo for five years on Spooks. You do get so used to being called something. Often, it was someone calling their young son... but sometimes it was people calling after me because they recognised me from the show. So, it was a big deal when it happened and it was quite an emotional end." - Miranda Raison

"She had always told herself that she did hti job because she wanted to help others; afterall, hadn't Maurice told her once that the most important question any individual could ask was, "How might I serve?" If her response to that question had been pure, surely she would have coninued with the calling to be a nurse.... But that role hadn't been quite enough for her. She would have missed the excitement, the thrill when she embarked on the work of collecting clues to support a case." - Jacqueline Winspear

"Do you think you should warn him (the guard) that I'm going to kiss you?" He loved the flush that appeared on her face, and there was an intake of breath from the girls. "Aldron," she said clearing her throat,"if he agrees to become king, I'm going to let him kiss me. Please don't stop him." Aldron thought for a moment and sighed, holding up his hand. "Wait there and do not move," he ordered Finnikin, before calling out to one of the other guards who stood on the platform. "Ask Perri if he's allowed to touch her if he's agreed to be king." - Melina Marchetta

"The mother said to her daughter, Daughter, bid thy daughter tell her daughter that her daughter's daughter hath a daughter." - George Hakewill

"A lady likes to be complimented on her looks, her eyes, her figure. But the personality comments are much appreciated." - Betty White

"To see her is to love her, And love but her forever; For nature made her what she is, And never made anither!" - Robert Burns

"Music was our wife and we loved her. We stayed with her, clothed her and put diamond rings on her hands." - Lionel Hampton

"You never put her in your heart." - Iyanla Vanzant

"Change lays not her hand upon truth." - Algernon Charles Swinburne

"Her eyes are homes of silent prayers." - Alfred Lord Tennyson

"Nature ever provides for her own exigencies." - Seneca the Younger

"To see her is to love her, And love but her forever; For nature made her what she is, And never made anither!" - Robert Burns

"A woman wears her tears like jewelry." - Anonymous

"A mother's treasure is her daughter." - Catherine Pulsifer

"She brushed her eyelashes against his chest." - Jonathan Safran Foer

"Her pupils were at once her salvation and her despair. They gave her the means of supporting life, but they made life hardly worth supporting." - P G Wodehouse

"Success in God's eyes is faithfulness to His calling." - Billy Graham

"Money or no money, acting is my calling" - Claire Danes

"You never know when the devil might come calling." - Farley Mowat

"Are you living just a little and calling that life?" - Annie Dillard

"I have assiduously avoided calling my books novels" - Guillermo Cabrera Infante

"Every teacher should realize the dignity of his calling." - John Dewey

"Amigo! Amigo!" (Calling out to the ITALLIAN Prime minister....)" - George W Bush



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