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Whitman is a firecracker as the headstrong, but resourceful Annie.
There are Vietnamese pop singers, drummers and outbreaks of firecrackers.
According to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Feis, responded to a call on his security walkie-talkie when someone asked him if the sound was firecrackers.
Someone asked on the radio if the loud sounds heard were firecrackers, according to May, who also carries a radio.
Known by audiences for his nice-guy stage persona in roles such as Will Rogers, along with his smooth vocalizations with the Big Easy Boys, here Fouchi explodes like a firecracker as the new kid burning to make his mark.
An Irish firecracker wailing with the wind, igniting emotional bombs via windswept, soaring choruses.
The following day, there’s a parade and party in Chinatown, but most dogs aren’t fans of loud music, firecrackers, or crowds.
Some 2,000 fans at UMass spilled into the Southwest residential area where there were reportedly multiple fights, and items were thrown, including laptop computers, smoke bombs and firecrackers.
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