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How do you get a Pen-pal?

Pen pal relationships are often used to practice reading and  writing in a foreign language. Sometimes, a school will adopt a  school in another country, to trade informatio (MORE)

Who is ollies pal?

Oliver Hardy is preparing for his wedding day to the daughter of a wealthy oil magnate, Peter Cucumber. His friend Stan Laurel is of course the best man. While visiting Ollie (MORE)
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What is palative care?

palliative care concerns care of the dying. it is the discontinuation of any & all treatment/tests intended to prolong life. palliative care is any type of intervention specif (MORE)

Where can you get zoo pals?

You can buy them at Weis, Lauers, Giant, WalMart, Target, Safeway, or Super Fresh. You can buy the ocean or land collection. The packs of bowls come with 20 bowls and plates b (MORE)

How to get a pen pal?

Ask people you know if they have a niece or nephew in another place you can write to. There are also pen pal sites that connects people who want pen pals. I got two pen pals w (MORE)

What is ntsc and what is pal?

NTSC stands for North American Television Standards Commission. It is a video signal standard used by the color television industry in the United States and Japan. PAL stand (MORE)

What were pals battalions world war 1?

Pal's Battalions were units in the British Army during the first world war. It's basic idea was that people could be enlisted in local recruiting drives in order to fight with (MORE)

What was a pals regiment in World War 1?

  Answer   In peacetime Britain traditionally maintains only a small army. When war broke out in 1914 the British army was so small that the Kaiser dismissed it call (MORE)
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What is better the you phone 5c or 5s?

the 5s because it has better service but it dosent have diffrent  colrs just silver gold and black
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Who were the Bradford pals?

"Pals" battalions in the British Army were formed as part of the effort to keep men enlisting, thus avoiding the need for conscription (a "draft"). The early pre-war British p (MORE)