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When I ask Shelly how to create a community of care if we aren’t as organized as she is, she points out that she didn’t intend to create a huge aid organization.
Shelly expanded this grassroots safety net to a wider array of acquaintances and found that when one person raised their hand and said, “I need help,” a door opened for everyone.
The league worked out a deal with Shelly Sterling and the team was sold.Mark Cuban Warns That Basketball Players Could Get the Sterling Treatment Next|Evan Weiner|June 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Los Angeles Police Department confirmed to THR that an investigation for Shelly Miscavige is ongoing.
Officials from the controversial religion have consistently denied that Shelly Miscavige is missing.
Growing up as a relative of Ramirez was difficult, Shelly says.
When Shelly Ramirez heard last week that her uncle Richard had died, she felt a huge sense of relief.
The term 'Crag' has been applied to shelly sands of which the British Pliocene beds are largely composed.The Principles of Stratigraphical Geology|J. E. Marr
The oyster, tight in his shelly fortress, seems safe from the attack of a weak Starfish.
The hard, shelly covering of the Shrimp and Prawn is like the armour of the crab--it will not stretch in the least.
So they grow bigger; and then, like the boy who grows quickly, the Crab finds his shelly suit a size too small for him!
The Whelk, however, is a clever burglar; he knows how to make a way into the hardest of shelly houses.