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The gayborhood, Boystown has been re-christened as “Northalsted” to promote inclusion.
When she was born in 2004, her parents asked their friend Vladimir Putin, then a few years into his reign in Russia, to christen her in the Orthodox tradition they all share.
The restaurant didn’t hold back by christening its Sunday event as the “Bitchiest Brunch.”
The wait is generally worth it, with new glades, bowls, and buttery runs to christen.
It will be used to create a new building which will be christened The Poonawalla Vaccines Research Building.India’s Poonawalla family is donating millions to the University of Oxford | Ananya Bhattacharya | December 15, 2021 | Quartz
“There are members of the Jackson family that have been from the beginning against Paris doing this film,” christen says.The Bizarre Story Behind Paris Jackson’s First Movie | Kevin Fallon | June 6, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
“The other person we had to convince to agree was her grandmother Katherine,” christen says.The Bizarre Story Behind Paris Jackson’s First Movie | Kevin Fallon | June 6, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
“We had access to the French medical files from Percy and those files were really well done,” christen says.
christen says their strict criteria for involvement were all met.
Now, little girl, you stand here and say: 'I christen thee White Swan.'Seven O'Clock Stories | Robert Gordon Anderson
I told him the story of Colonel Train's life, and that we were going to christen the new vessel with his name.My Life in Many States and in Foreign Lands | George Francis Train
In the absence of a better name, fellows, I hereby christen this waterway Snake Creek; any objections?The Banner Boy Scouts Snowbound | George A. Warren
At his smile and nod she had said in a high clear voice, "I christen thee Star Lord!"The Star Lord | Boyd Ellanby
So we have decided, now, to christen our Troop by that name.Natalie: A Garden Scout | Lillian Elizabeth Roy
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