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  1. a male given name, form of Vincent.

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She struggles on long climbs, something Vince grapples with as he calculates their mileage.

When talking about their family, Monica and Vince are quick to laugh and quicker still to eliminate romanticized notions of a picture-perfect group of hikers.

Vince was in the back with June, who was struggling immensely.

Monica Strawbridge had always dreamed of thru-hiking with her husband, Vince, after their kids—13-year-old Georgie, 15-year-old Henry, 16-year-old June, and 18-year-old Aiden—left home.

Vince did fine, by the way, coming in 69th place with 532 wins against 266 losses and 22 ties.

Available at Amazon Vince Camuto Moto Baseball Cap, $34 Baseball caps may be useful on the road, but they scream “tourist!”

With this cool leather moto hat from Vince Camuto, you can look fabulous and fashionable while keeping your locks in line.

Onscreen, Teller is a bit like a young Vince Vaughn—gregarious, charming, and a tad suspicious.

I too liked the episode I directed because of what Vince Gilligan decided to do with it.

Did Vince Gilligan remember you from that X-Files episode you were on where you played the crazed bigot?

I told Vince to walk back and get the change; we would walk out.

We stepped up near the front and Vince called for the liquor.

Much larger than Vince, he listened to his brother in the detached sort of way one waits for a kettle to boil.

I didn't mean tuh follow Mort there an' listen tuh what him an' Vince was sayin'.

He tossed him over one shoulder as he might have done with a sack of flour and walked toward the house, followed by Vince.





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