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Ananda thought he was a baby sheep and constantly tried to herd him.
There were many mornings I didn’t want to train Ananda, and Ananda didn’t want to be trained.
With Ananda, this meant keeping training sessions compact and taking a long view.
When we first got Ananda, my son was just shy of three years old.
It was clear that Ananda and I would benefit from some professional coaching.
Was Ananda Marchildon too fat, or, specifically, too hippy to receive the €75,000 in assignments promised by the show?
We think Ananda is a beautiful woman with a butt that most Dutch women would dream of having.
"I see the lights of Major Finnerty's dogcart coming up the hill," Ananda announced.
Back on the terrace, Prince Ananda asked: "Were you in the service out here, captain?"
When Prince Ananda had met them at the train Swinton had seen his black eyes narrow in a hard look.
Prince Ananda interpreted the words and gestures of the gladiator as the moonlight painted in gold and copper his bronze form.
But the fish eyes of the professor were conveying to Prince Ananda malevolent messages, Swinton fancied.