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  1. Febei
    Tokree 22.09.2019
    "You Said No" (also known by its original title, "Crash and Burn") is a song by English pop punk band Busted. It was released on 21 April as the third single from their debut studio album Busted (). The song was written by band members James Bourne, and Charlie Simpson, and was produced by Robson and Graham Stewart.
  2. Daisho
    Murisar 25.09.2019
    A phrase used when you agree with something. Usually said loudly, and in a deep voice.
  3. JoJojind
    Tojanos 24.09.2019
    You said, "Ask and I'll give the nations to you" Oh, Lord, that's the cry of my heart Distant shores and the islands will see Your light, as it rises on us You said, Your glory will fill the earth Like water the sea You said, "Lift up your eyes The harvest is here, the Kingdom is near" You said, "Ask and I'll give the nations to you" Oh, Lord.
  4. Vitaur
    Grogar 29.09.2019
    Watch the video for As You Said from Cream's Wheels Of Fire for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  5. Dishicage
    Mir 22.09.2019
    GOP would rather put you in danger than let you vote freely (3) You Said It (2) You Said It (2) Trump shouldn’t be allowed to avoid oversight (2) Shoals COVID cases rise sharply (2).
  6. Tojagami
    Kagazahn 21.09.2019
    I've heard these two sentences a lot "as you said " and "as you mentioned". I'm a bit confused about them. I want to ask: what's the difference between these two sentences: "As he said before this car is a great choice for you" "As he mentioned previously this car is a great choice for you".
  7. Tonris
    Kisar 28.09.2019
    Said definition, simple past tense and past participle of say1. See more.
  8. Nern
    Zulkishicage 29.09.2019
    Words to use instead of SAID. This is page is updated often. Be sure to refresh the page by pressing both the Ctrl key and the F5 key to ensure you are seeing the latest version.. Looking for a specific word? Press the Ctrl key and the F key to open up a search box.. For instructions on how to properly use the words below, click the instructions button below.

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