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Westeros: the land of dragons, direwolves, and death to one and all.
The Dragons started the tournament 5-0 by beating Clear Brook, Pasadena Memorial, Smithson Valley, Churchill and McKinney Boyd - and never dropped a set.
There might as well be a mummy, dragon and telekinetic prom date.
China, which has eclipse records dating back more than 4,000 years, believed a celestial dragon devoured the sun.
Cersei Lannister needs some anti-dragon air defenses.
No wonder that many of his countrymen are placing high hopes on the great dragon peering down from the north.
The animals include snakes, rabbits, chinchillas, bearded dragons, guinea pigs, hamsters, birds and fish, said Toni Bianchi, director of the Porter County Animal Shelter.
Dany also has the backing of Houses Tyrell and Martell, united in their Lannister loathing, as well as air support from her three DC-10-size dragons.
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