"Dearest" is the 24th single released by Ayumi Hamasaki. It was released September 27, 2001. It is featured on the Best of InuYasha Soundtrack. It was the third ending theme of the anime series InuYasha.
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... Here they are then, O great Man and dearest Friend, these six children of mine ... You, yourself, dearest friend, told me of your satisfaction with them during your last Visit to this Capital ... him who so greatly values it, in expectation of which I am, with all of my Heart, my dearest Friend, your most Sincere Friend, W.A ...
... Friday the 13th Marilyn Sokol - Can't Stop the Music 1981 Diana Scarwid - Mommie Dearest Rutanya Alda - Mommie Dearest Farrah Fawcett - The Cannonball Run Mara Hobel - Mommie Dearest Shirley Knight ...
... "Calm Down Dearest" is Jamie T's third single his album Panic Prevention ... "Calm Down Dearest" also has the B side "Fox News" ...
... my thanks to thee, For true to death I'll ever be, O worthy, most beloved and fine, Thou, dearest country mine! May God in Heaven thee gave birth to me, My best, my dearest land! May He be guard ...
... Critical reception for Dolly Dearest was mostly negative, with DVD Verdict writing that "aside from a handful of fun moments, there's nothing much here to separate it from the lineup of Child's Play clones it dwells ... the "killer doll" sub-genre of stupid horror flicks, Dolly Dearest may very well be the most moronic" ... Chronicle also reviewed the movie, giving Dolly Dearest 2 1/2 out of 5 stars ...
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“In this choice of inheritance we have given to our frame of polity the image of a relation in blood; binding up the constitution of our country with our dearest domestic ties; adopting our fundamental laws into the bosom of our family affections; keeping inseparable and cherishing with the warmth of all their combined and mutually reflected charities, our state, our hearths, our sepulchres, and our altars.”
—Edmund Burke (17291797)
“It is visible then that it was not any Heathen Religion or other Idolatrous Superstition, that first put Man upon crossing his Appetites and subduing his dearest Inclinations, but the skilful Management of wary Politicians; and the nearer we search into human Nature, the more we shall be convinced, that the Moral Virtues are the Political Offspring which Flattery begot upon Pride.”
—Bernard De Mandeville (16701733)
“There is not any book
Or face of dearest look
That I would not turn from now
To go into the unknown
I must enter, and leave, alone,
I know not how.”
—Edward Thomas (18781917)