Clarets and sauternes, classed growth of the Medoc and other famous red and white wines of the Gironde

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Clarets and sauternes, classed growth of the Medoc and other famous red and white wines of the Gironde

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  • ISBN-13: 9781177776554
  • Publisher: Nabu Press
  • Publication date: 8/28/2010
  • Pages: 406
  • Product dimensions: 7.44 (w) x 9.69 (h) x 0.83 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 14, 2013

    GRIMM chapter 7 part 1

    (I just read the character apps and I love them! I will probably use the prince charming one and am considering modifying Rapunzel to fit the other app!) <p> Clara's Pov <br> I noticed three things as I exited my prison. The first was the blinding light. The sun was high in the sky, and it didn't help that it was reflecting off of the snow. I winced and squinted to protect mt eyes. <br> The second thing I noticed was the towering castle. Built from thousands of gray stones, it towered above my head and protruded into the sky. I noticed that there was a small flag in each of the large, rounded towers. The windows were large and made of crystal clear glass, for a second, I though I caught a glimpse of a boy through one of them, but then he was gone; vanished like early morning mist. <br> The third and final thing I noticed was the array of small men before me. Davis had somehow seemed to clone himself, for now there stood not one, but seven short, smartly dressed men before me. At first glance, I thought that they were indeed all just reproductions of Davis, but further examination told me otherwise. <br> Though wearing similar outfits as Davis, each man was clad in a different color and had made a few moderations to his attire. One of the men was missing the cloak that Davis wore; another wore heeled boots instead of elf shoes. A third man donned a flower in his pocket, but had forgone the bowtie around his neck. <br> The differences didn't end in the men's clothes, their faces too were different. A thick, silver beard protruded from one man's chin. Another sported a bald head and a pencil-thin moustache. The man who wore the heeled boots was missing a tooth, and aonother had round, pink cheeks and a silver hoop in on ear. All of the men were the same height, which let me tower over them. <br> Davis stepped forward, "Clara, I'd like you to meet my brothers: Geoffry," he pointed to the man without the cape, "Stephan," the man with the silver beard winked, "Ian," the bald man's hat fell off as he bowed, and his moustache twiched as he smirked, "Benjamin," his boots clicked as he walked over to shake my hand, "Theodore," he diverted his finger to the man with the flower, "and last, but certainly not least, Cary," I smiled back at the pink faced man, "we are known as the seven magicians," Davis coninued. <br> "Excuse me," I broke in, "magician? You've got to be kidding me," I looked around, trying to decide if I was in some sort of dream or not. <br> "No, no my dear," the mand with the boots, Benjamin, spoke up, "we are indeed magicians." <br> I looked at him suspiciously before voicing my most pending question, "where am I exactly?" <br> The small men chuckled and Davis cleared his throat before replying, "Clara my dear, welcome to the land of Grimm"... <p> To be continued. You can now see where I got the title from ;) review! Also, let me know when chapters of your stories are out! -Frozen_Over

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 14, 2013

    My Character App. Is....

    Henry 'Prince' Charming, see it with the other charcter applications

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