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  • A|X Armani Exchange Women's Tuxedo Dress, Black, 8

    Brand name internal Armani Exchange collared tuxedo inspired sleeveless dress

    • Color: Black
    • Brand: A|X Armani Exchange
    • ASIN: B01IP4Q4FM
    • Part No: 6XYA27YNA3Z1200

  • A|X Armani Exchange Women's Rip and Repair Jean, Denim Indaco, 32

    Brand name internal Armani Exchange 5 pocket slim jeans with rip brand name internal and repair details brand name internal and logo back patch

    • Color: Denim Indaco
    • Brand: A|X Armani Exchange
    • ASIN: B01IP4WGIQ
    • Part No: 8NYJ09YDD2Z1500

  • A|X Armani Exchange Women's Long Sleeve Tie Shift Dress, Cream, 0

    Brand name internal Armani Exchange printed round neck long sleeve classic tie shift mini dress

    • Color: Cream
    • Brand: A|X Armani Exchange
    • ASIN: B01IP4L2VS
    • Part No: 6XYA01YNH1Z2705

  • A|X Armani Exchange Women's Sleeveless Fringe Dress, Cream, X-Large

    Brand name internal Armani Exchange round neck sleeveless fringe detailing on torso dress

    • Color: Cream
    • Brand: A|X Armani Exchange
    • ASIN: B01IP4ZIX6
    • Part No: 6XYA1CYMD2Z

  • A|X Armani Exchange Women's Classic Pant, B Charcoal Heather, 2

    Brand name internal Armani Exchange classic woven pants in brand name internal relaxed fit with zip closure

    • Color: B Charcoal Heather
    • Brand: A|X Armani Exchange
    • ASIN: B01IP4WU5U
    • Part No: 8NYP01YNA4Z3906

  • A|X Armani Exchange Women's Core Black Jean, Denim, 24

    Brand name internal Armani Exchange classic 5 pocket denim with logo back patch brand name internal and small logo on back pocket

    • Color: Black Denim
    • Brand: A|X Armani Exchange
    • ASIN: B01IP4VRZE
    • Part No: 8NYJ01YDH3Z0204

  • A|X Armani Exchange Women's Long Sleeve Logo Scoop Neck Tee, White, Medium

    Brand name internal Armani Exchange slim fit long sleeve scoop neck small brand name internal x logo tee

    • Color: White
    • Brand: A|X Armani Exchange
    • ASIN: B01IP4IXQ0
    • Part No: 6XYTAE/YJC7Z

  • The Key Race : A Powerhouse Tool for Handicapping Thoroughbreds: HTTP: //Sports-Bet-Advantage.com

    A Big Key To Winning This book is tightly focused on just one handicapping subject, the Key Race. A Key Race is generally defined as a race from which two or more horses have gone on to win their next races. The idea here is that if two or more horses from this race have gone on to win their next, then the race was unusually competitive. Doesn't it follow then, that many other horses in the race probably ran better that it may appear at first? A nice idea, but can it produce winning wagers? That's the subject addressed by this book. The book begins by illustrating a few Key Races, but goes on to document real results using this handicapping tool. Finally, it shows you how to identify horses coming from key races and how to use this knowledge to improve your handicapping results.

  • Love Com, Vol. 9

    Risa Koizumi is the tallest girl in class, and the last thing she wants is the humiliation of standing next to Atsushi Otoni, the shortest guy. Fate and the whole school have other ideas, and the two find themselves cast as the unwilling stars of a bizarre romantic comedy duo.

  • interwrap corp titanium com-grade roof underlayment roll, 250 ft l x 48 in w x 30 mil t, synthetic,

    30 lb. Felt replacement used for steep slope roofing under all metal, tile, slate, shake and shingle roofing; 6 times lighter and 20 times stronger than #30 felt; class a fire astm e108, meets class 4 hail rating; synthetic construction inert to mold growth; "sure-foot" slip resistant nodular walking surface and an advanced resin technology provide superior steep slope walk-ability; contributes to "leed" points, certified minimum of 20% reclaimed content (100% recyclable); all temperature performance -40 degree f to 240 degree f.FeaturesSyntheticProfessional gradeSize - 48 in. x 250 ft.Item weight - 48 lbs.- SKU: ORGL49833

  • Purple Panties: An Eroticanoir.com Anthology (Paperback)

    Zane, the New York Times bestselling author and Queen of Erotic Fiction, brings a new collection of lesbian erotica that will blow the sheets off beds everywhere. What happens when "The Finest Man" you have ever laid eyes on is a woman? What happens when a woman comes home to her man after a hard day's work with "Lipstick on Her Collar?" What happens when a married woman runs across the love of her life -- another woman -- who insists that "It's All or Nothing?" Is there such a thing as playing too "Hard to Get?" What happens when "Mom's Night Out" turns into group sex? What happens when you discover your true sexuality "At Last?" All of these questions and more are answered within the pages of Purple Panties. Written by women from all over the world, here is a new level of lesbian erotica, compiled by Zane, that promises the most exciting and steamy reading experience possible. These stories move beyond race, age, and all walks of life, including long-hidden passions, secret rendezvous with strangers, and May-December romances. With Zane's ever-growing popularity, and the need for increasingly quality erotica, Purple Panties will satisfy a long-standing demand for African-American lesbian literature. In the tradition of such successful erotica anthologies as Chocolate Flava and Caramel Flava, Purple Panties uncovers a new world of evocative risk-taking that has never been explored before from a lesbian perspective. The adventures in these stories are beyond everyone's wildest imaginations. *Note: Purple Panties the podcast (based on the book and created by Zane) is now on Stitcher Premium. For more information and a month of Stitcher Premium, visit PurplePantiesPodcast.com and use promo code PURPLE.

  • Pranto de Maria Parda: Porque vio as ruas de Lisboa com t?o poucos ramos nas tavernas, e o vinho t?o caro e ella n?o podia passar sem elle - eBook

    Por que vio as ruas de Lisboa com tão poucos ramos nas tavernas e o vinho tão caro, e ella não podia viver sem elle Eu so quero prantear Este mal que a muitos toca; Que estou ja como minhoca Que puzerão a seccar. Triste desaventurada, Que tão alta está a canada Pera mi como as estrellas; Oh! coitadas das guelas! Oh! guelas da coitada! Triste desdentada escura, Quem me trouxe a taes mazelas! Oh! gengivas e arnellas, Deitae babas de seccura; Carpi-vos, beiços coitados, Que ja lá vão meus toucados, E a cinta e a fraldilha; Hontem bebi a mantilha, Que me custou dous cruzados. Oh! Rua de San Gião, Assi 'stás da sorte mesma Como altares de quaresma E as malvas no verão. Quem levou teus trinta ramos E o meu mana bebamos, Isto a cada bocadinho? Ó vinho mano, meu vinho, Que ma ora te gastamos. Ó travessa zanguizarra De Mata-porcos escura, Como estás de ma ventura, Sem ramos de barra a barra. Porque tens ha tantos dias As tuas pipas vazias, Os toneis postos em pé? Ou te tornaste Guiné Ou o barco das enguias. Tríste quem não cega em ver Nas carnicerias velhas Muitas sardinhas nas grelhas; Mas o demo ha de beber. E agora que estão erguidas As coitadas doloridas Das pipas limpas da borra, Achegou-lhe a paz com porra De crecerem as medidas. Ó Rua da Ferraria, Onde as portas erão mayas, Como estás cheia de guaias, Com tanta louça vazia! Ja m'a mim aconteceo Na manhan que Deos naceo, Á hora do nacimento, Beber alli hum de cento, Que nunca mais pareceo. Rua de Cata-que-farás, Que farei e que farás! Quando vos vi taes, chorei, E tornei-me por detras. Que foi do vosso bom vinho, E tanto ramo de pinho, Laranja, papel e cana, Onde bebemos Joanna E eu cento e hum cinquinho. Ó tavernas da Ribeira, Não vos verá a vós ninguem Mosquitos, o verão que vem, Porque sereis areeira. Triste, que será de mi! Que ma ora vos eu vi! Que ma ora me vós vistes! Que ma ora me paristes, Mãe da filha do ruim! Quem vio nunca toda Alfama Com quatro ramos cagados, Os tornos todos quebrados! Ó bicos da minha mama! Bem alli ó Sancto Esprito Ia eu sempre dar no fito N'hum vinho claro rosete. Oh! meu bem doce palhete, Quem pudera dar hum grito! Ó triste Rua dos Fornos, Que foi da vossa verdura! Agora rua d'amargura Vos fez a paixão dos tornos. Quando eu, rua, per vós vou, Todolos traques que dou São suspiros de saudade; Pera vós ventosidade Naci toda como estou. Fui-me ó Poço do chão, Fui-me á praça dos canos; Carpi-vos, manas e manos, Que a dezaseis o dão. Ó velhas amarguradas, Que antre tres sete canadas Sohiamos de beber, Agora, tristes! remoer Sete raivas apertadas. Ó rua da Mouraria, Quem vos fez matar a sêde Pela lei de Mafamede Com a triste d'agua fria? Ó bebedores irmãos, Que nos presta ser christãos, Pois nos Deos tirou o vinho? Ó anno triste cainho, Porque nos fazes pagãos? Os braços trago cansados De carpir estas queixadas, As orelhas engelhadas De me ouvir tantos brados. Quero-m'ir ás taverneiras, Taverneiros, medideiras, Que me dem hua canada, Sôbre meu rosto fiada, A pagar la polas eiras. (Pede fiado á Biscaïnha.) Ó Senhora Biscaïnha, Fiae-me canada e meia, Ou me dae hua candeia, Que se vai esta alma minha. Acudi-me dolorida, Que trago a madre cahida, E çarra-se-me o gorgomilo: Emquanto posso engoli-lo, Soccorei-me minha vida. Biscainha Não dou eu vinho fiado, Ide vós embora, amiga. Quereis ora que vos diga? Não tendes isso aviado. Dizem lá que não he tempo De pousar o cu ao vento. Sangrade-vos, Maria Parda; Agora tem vez a Guarda E a raia no avento. (A João Cavalleiro, Castelhano