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One roommate will call the new rug blue, another will call it green; one middle-school dance attendee requests that their date match their green getup, and the date shows up in turquoise.
Nessler has his long-time spotter (Clint Deans, who was Nessler’s college roommate at Minnesota State) sit between he and Danielson, whereas Lundquist’s spotter worked to the left of Lundquist.
The roommate then invites Kevin to come with him to the director’s party for the cast.
Kevin's roommate introduces him to the director of the Spacey film, who gives him a terse, snub-ish hello and moves on.
Missing person, Cedar Road: At 3:15 p.m. Oct. 25, employees of Whole Foods, 13998 Cedar Road, reported that their co-worker and roommate had not been seen for several days.
George Bud Day, McCain's POW roommate, says in a clip.
At the time, the mob controlled New York City’s gay-bar scene and were angered that Johnson’s roommate had tried to force them out.
The future comedic partners met on their first days at New York University in 1984, roommates by chance.
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