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(ˈɡɔtfriːt ˈauɡʊst). 1747–94, German lyric poet, noted particularly for his ballad
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The dream of moving freely has become the freedom of going from one burger to the other.
While you're eating your burger, your car battery is recharging.
Tracing her burger shows why eating ground beef is still a gamble.
The burger joint, complete with a drive-through window, will be jointly owned by the church and one of its members.
They will be animators, spin magical musical tales for children of all ages and make pots of money in video and burger tie-ins.
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