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Countess made three tackles and broke up a pass against the Chargers.
Chastain probably won’t become a countess any time soon, but having a count for a father-in-law isn’t too shabby — especially when your new husband’s family produces their own prosecco.
A Vanity Fair story also reported on a long-standing pet trust for Gunther IV, a German shepherd that inherited more than $370 million from a gift given generations ago to the original Gunther by a German countess.
Just ask the Countess of Wessex, daughter-in-law of Queen Elizabeth II, who appeared to stumble on Tuesday in the old-fashioned vehicle on a formal parade.
Ampudia grew up in the Colonia Condesa zone of Mexico City, named after the Countess of Miraville, who once owned the land.
The countess’s walls and upholstery reeked of smoke, and opening the windows only filled the rooms with chilly wind.
For every successful drug, there are countess numbers that fail.
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