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Dollar General has found it could cast its net wider by created a distinct brand from its namesake stores, even with items are are still inexpensive.
The high-end department store, whose own house brands have not included fur for a number of years, said the ban would extend to its namesake stores, its discount Rack chain, and its website.
A lucky Massachusetts town in the 18th century decided to name itself after Benjamin Franklin and then ask its namesake for a gift.
On Anchor’s own app, the problem is even worse, with the namesake show rarely appearing at the top of results.
DNA origami, like its namesake, is now living out one of its endless possibilities.
A silver cup is the usual present, with your little namesake's initials, or full name, engraved upon it.
Your letter to Foster is not forgot: nor was the visit to his namesake of Orchard Street.
He left his Idrone property to his nephew and namesake, who was also continued in the government of Leighlin.
Of course, it was not admirable conduct, but Peter could understand and sympathize with the motives of his namesake.
THE BOY GREW OLDERHEYWOOD BROUN
Little Grace never saw her grandmama, nor her lovely aunt that was her namesake, nor consciously her mama.

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