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  • s  preferred above all others and treated with partiality

  • The best-loved of them, a TV series called The Nature of Things, began its run in 1979 and has aired in some 50 countries around the world, making Suzukia kind of terrestrial .
  • Last week, ten years after Rosa's death, the Cavendish was meeting the ignominious end that has overtaken many of London's best-loved structures in the postwar building boom.
  • The Alice books are forever they are the most popular and best-loved works of children's literature.
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  • Share Your Memories of Buffet de la Gare in Hastings
    Buffet de la Gare in Hastings, one of Westchester's best-loved restaurants, will be closing at the end of July. We're creating a slideshow of photos and memories, and want to include yours. Upload your photos, writing your memories in the caption, at Choose the category of food.
    June 18, 2013 - The Journal News

  • Gordon Brown in Hays Daily News
    Nelson Mandela is one of the most courageous and best-loved men of all time,Prime Minister Gordon Brown said of the 89-year-old Nobel Peace Prize winner, who has come to personify his country's struggle to end apartheid.
  • Mark Thompson in Scotsman
    BBC Director General Mark Thompson described Sherrin as "one of Britain's best-loved voices".
  • Jon Plowman in BBC News
    The BBC's head of comedy, Jon Plowman, said: "He was the composer of many of the best-loved signature tunes of the last 40 years of television - and some of his work is still heard today. He's associated with some of the best-loved shows of our...

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