- Edward JosephFather Flanagan, 1886–1948, U.S. Roman Catholic priest, born in Ireland: founder of a farm village for wayward boys.
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Said Flanagan: "It's a good thing for Jimmy that Stone didn't stand on his head."
"In the little things, Jim can get on your nerves," says teammate Flanagan.
Cindy Crawford sells furniture with Raymour and Flanagan to middle-class America.Miranda Kerr & Karlie Kloss Suffer From Model Denial
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“I wanted to give Girl Land a larger historical and societal context,” Flanagan explains.
I ask Flanagan what she hopes parents take away from this book.
But Flanagan hesitated to pass down this lane and so depart.
Flanagan, standing in his stirrups, attempted to harangue the mob.
And Mrs. Flanagan had proposed the plan of Pollie starting in business.
"And now, please, I should like a bunch of water-cresses for Mrs. Flanagan," said the child.
"The half of the children in the town is took with it," said Flanagan.Lady Bountiful
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