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First Grade 2007 1st Grade Team Charlestown United's 1st Grade side started the season in scintillating fashion, topping the league after winning 11 from their first 12 fixtures.

It was not a tangible material; it was composed of glory, and the glory was scintillating, and ravishingly
scintilla Flambonis, his mater.

In a heated ruling delivered in july, Superior Court justice Michael Code said there was not "a scintilla of evidence from the pre-trial or trial record to suggest (Esseghaier) was unfit to stand trial.” It is tempting to believe that the countries of the region can rise to meet their own challenges, but there is not a scintilla of evidence to support the notion.

Needing just a scintilla of distance against the upstart Cavs guard, Curry rose up for seven three-pointers in 13 attempts, overcoming LeBron james' second triple-double of these Finals.

The point here is that there is more than a scintilla of evidence to suggest the University of Zurich study is onto something.

What a job it would be to listen to such stories and not have the remotest way to prove whether any of them has even a scintilla of truth.

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