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  • "Every Girl" ("Every Girl in The World" on the tracklist of We Are Young Money) is a song by rap supergroup Young Money Entertainment released as the first single from their debut collaboration album titled We Are Young Money. It was legally released to the iTunes store on June 11, 2009.
  • "Every Girl" is New Zealand band Stellar*'s sixth single, which is the fifth and last single from their debut album Mix. This is the band's highest charting single, reaching a peak of #3 on RIANZ's singles charts.
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  • A residential and commercial township in northeastern New Jersey, northwest of Paterson; pop. 47,025
  • An industrial city in southeastern Michigan, southwest of Detroit; pop. 19,899
  • United States film actor who played tough heroes (1907-1979)
  • American general during the American Revolution (1745-1796)
  • Wayne was a band formed around lead singer David Wayne, formerly of Metal Church and Reverend. Wayne released their only album, "Metal Church", on August 7, 2001. The band disbanded following David Wayne's death in 2005.
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  • make clean by removing dirt, filth, or unwanted substances from; "Clean the stove!"; "The dentist cleaned my teeth"
  • Make (something or someone) free of dirt, marks, or mess, esp. by washing, wiping, or brushing
  • Remove the innards of (fish or poultry) prior to cooking
  • free from dirt or impurities; or having clean habits; "children with clean shining faces"; "clean white shirts"; "clean dishes"; "a spotlessly clean house"; "cats are clean animals"
  • clean and jerk: a weightlift in which the barbell is lifted to shoulder height and then jerked overhead
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Every Girl Should Be Married
Every Girl Should Be Married
Sales clerk Anabel Sims believes Every Girl Should be Married. And she has the target, er, groom picked out: pediatrician Madison Brown. Unfortunately, Dr. Brown is not interested in marriage or in Anabel. But not to worry - Anabel's sure she can outmaneuver any mere male. And she'll employ every ruse, stratagem and ploy in a marriage-minded maiden's bag of tricks to land the elusive American bachelor.

Romantic-comedy icon Cary Grant and film-debuting Betsy Drake team in this frothy, funny paean to postwar domesticity. The sparkle between the two is delightful - and genuine: Soon after the film premiered they became real-life husband and wife. Hmm. Sounds like Anabel just may have been right!
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Yes, the first image...in every sense of the word! This is the photo that kicked off a lifetime interest in photography. It was taken during our big 7th or 8th-grade class trip to New York City...specifically on the ferry to the Statue of Liberty. I'd always had fun taking snapshots. So much fun that for Christmas that year, my folks gave me a Kodak 110 camera with fold-out flash and variable-focus. It wasn't much, really, but it was definitely a cut above the hand-me-down cartridge cameras i'd been playing with up to that point. The ferry was loaded with kids from all sorts of classes and from all sorts of places. I think the boat was still too far away to get any good shots of the Statue, so I was fiddling with the settings, loading a new film cartridge...something that apparently called attention to the fact that I had a camera. My focus on my camera was pulled away by a gaggle of girls. "Oooooh! they pealed. "Take our picture! Take our picture!" they urged. In the field of dog training, this is what is known as a Positive Reinforcement Experience. To summarize: 1) Four cute girls were very, very pleased to see me and were eagerly interacting with me. A career first. 2) Amazingly, I got them to do stuff. Another career first. In my previous semesters in junior high, even the straightforward and sensible request "Please stop sqwooshing tater tots into my locker through the ventilation slots every day after lunch" would fall on deaf ears. 3) First instance of "camera as means of initiating a conversation." It's not that I rely on this, but I'm still amazed at how easy it is to get into conversation with people if you're taking pictures. 4) Very cute girls. For the love of God...must I spell it out to you? I mean, seriously. I had no idea who they were; they could have lived one town away or clear off in California as far as I knew. I think (and this photo tends to bear out) that they were even a couple of years older than me at the time. They look to be 14 or 15. 5) When I got my prints back, the envelope contained the usual snapshotty images. Hey, it's the Statue of Liberty. Hey, it's a bunch of cars in the street. Hey, it's a big ivory thing at the UN. The sort of shot where anybody could have held a camera in the air and squeezed the shutter and gotten it. (Nowadays, as I'm triaging my latest shots I look at that sort of image and think "this is a picture of nothing." I still come home with way too many of these. It's not a picture of anything unless there's a noun, a verb, and an object.) But this one was way different. Even apart from the Very Cute Girls angle, it really stood out. It was compelling; it had an energy and an "eye" that I couldn't remember seeing before. It reminded me of a lot of my favorite photographs. Not in the sense that it was as well-shot, but because it really justified its existence. If I ever heal the planet through the art of photography and a movie is made of my life, the screenwriter will put me at the photo counter of Lechmere's thrusting this print in the air and (like young Bruce Wayne at the feet of his murdered parents) swearing that my life now had meaning and focus. In truth, I just took away the lesson that some photos simply work better than others...and there are reasons why. Even twenty years later, this shot is a super example of fundamental photographic lessons that I wouldn't explicitly learn for another year or two. Get in close; fill the whole damned frame; people should be filled with energy, not just waiting for you to snap the picture; don't just pose people...talk to them, interact, be an active part of the shot. It also possibly demonstrated the most important lesson of all: don't knock dumb luck. I didn't know those lessons at the time. It's just that the ferry was really crowded and I couldn't move back and I wanted to take the picture before these wonderful girls came to their senses. (Too bad I hadn't learned the lesson "a camera's built-in flash isn't just for indoor shots".) Tonight I was testing out a new, cheap scanner that can also handle film and slides. Just the other day I was cleaning up my office and came across my very first photo album...and hey, cool, it contained this print and an envelope containing a bunch of negatives...including this one. I could have scanned the photo, or I could have cleaned up the nicks on the negative, but I like it as is. And it's actually way better than the print. I wonder how that junior high student would react if I told him what photography would be like these days. Even leaving digital SLRs out of it...he knew a world where you'd fill out a form and put it in an envelope with a negative and hand it to someone across the counter and then wait a week. And you got whatever you got. Today, I slap the negative in a very affordable machine. Five minutes later, I'm a
¦ Every girl needs a moon picture ¦
¦ Every girl needs a moon picture ¦
it's a twilight thing, you wouldn't understand, or would? LOL, this was taken on Monday, the day after the full moon, for two nights in a row, we had a moon like this, and then right now, it started to rain.

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Every Girl Does It
Amanda turned down Preston's prom invitation in front of her entire high school, but that was eight years ago.

Somehow, her past mistakes always have a way of catching up with her, and making her pay. Amanda's sarcastic wit mixed with Preston's insufferable ego make sparks fly in more than one way.

Preston, against his better judgment can't fight the desire to get under Amanda's skin and mercilessly tease her, but when that teasing becomes flirting, and flirting becomes something dangerously more, neither of them are prepared for the adventure that follows.

Amanda turned down Preston's prom invitation in front of her entire high school, but that was eight years ago.

Somehow, her past mistakes always have a way of catching up with her, and making her pay. Amanda's sarcastic wit mixed with Preston's insufferable ego make sparks fly in more than one way.

Preston, against his better judgment can't fight the desire to get under Amanda's skin and mercilessly tease her, but when that teasing becomes flirting, and flirting becomes something dangerously more, neither of them are prepared for the adventure that follows.

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