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Sly

(slī),
William S., 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Sly syndrome.
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Singing in Twi and some lines in English, one can see that Sly meant every word he said when he insisted that highlife music will never die.
Professor Kennedy finally approved it.' Sly broke the good news.
Sly, speaking at a London hotel, also poked fun at his pal Arnold Schwarzenegger, 70.
Sly stayed outside for a while, shouting and swearing, before jumping in a taxi and leaving.
The Sly Fox Half Madness and 10K is a USATF certified race .
Specifically, the dispatch revealed Jamshaid 'JD' Chaudhry's insight into a live demonstration of CANARES by the Sly Fox Mission 22 rapid prototyping team in September, sponsored by Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD).
He told 3am yesterday: "It's sad Sly doesn't remember meeting me.
Sly returned with the script for Rocky, inspired by Muhammad Ali's fight with underdog Chuck Wepner in 1975.
Sly Stone and his band were the funkiest group around and had already had a top ten hit single on both sides of the Atlantic with Dance To The Music.
"It's a good day for Sly, it's a good day for entertainers in general,'' said one of his attorneys, Nicholas Hornberger.
Pretty Sly continues the story of Willa Fox and her want-to-be boyfriend, Aidan.
Sly use Nauta Design for the open plan interior design of their yachts to create an ultra modern saloon with a choice of lightened wood, oak-lined or lacquered finishes.