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In fact, ACB will be premiering a new Nutcracker production this winter.
Tell us about the original Nutcracker piece with eight women.
And those bite marks indicate that the croc was a Cretaceous nutcracker.
Ornaments cover nearly every centimeter of wall space: ballerinas of all ethnicities wearing tutus in various shades of pink and ivory; a purple sparkly nutcracker; a snowman stuffed into an ice cream cone.
All of this puts Callista Gingrich, our new ambassador to the Vatican, and the third wife of N. Leroy Gingrich, Definer of civilization's rules and Leader (perhaps) of the civilizing forces, in something of a nutcracker.
Handblown glass ornaments were hand-decorated in workshops in Poland, nutcrackers were made in Germany and seasonal dinnerware was created in Portugal and Italy.
Vanderbilt’s Dare Odeyingbo grabbed him, and Del Rio was helpless as the defensive end plunged him into the grass, using the ground and his 272-pound body like the jaws of a nutcracker on Del Rio’s surgically repaired left shoulder.
Vendors hawk nutcrackers, a bootleg rum punch that fuels the party.
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