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Doug Bady Doug Bady was a little person with muscular dystrophy who hated Jerry Lewis and once participated in a Stern Show stunt in which he was hidden inside a trunk while talking to befuddled passersby in New York City.

Retiring President Lyndon B. Johnson was portrayed as a
counsels have been published, and the monastery at Souroti has undertaken a great work, organizing the Elder's writings and counsels into impressive volumes befitting his memory.

Over the centuries, brides continued to dress in a manner befitting their social status-always in the height of fashion, with the richest, boldest materials money could buy.

Then he ordered the head to be buried with full honours befitting that of a noble.

Written by Ike Turner, the title would later be known as "Chances Are", actually more befitting of the song than Puppy Love, which is only mentioned once in the entire lyric.

"Infirma nostri corporis", starting with a variation of the main theme, is again quieter and somewhat somber, befitting the text, "the infirmities of our bodies".

The Laval Science and High Technology Park is a beacon of the metropolitan economy, in an environment befitting the best technopolises in the world.

It is not befitting for the Most Gracious to beget a son.

By the time his gradndaughters were able to wed they each had doweries befitting a princess.

As befitting a carrier, the Condor possesses a large hangar with a decent flight deck for vehicles to take off from.

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