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  1. Pamela

    Pamela is a song written by David Paich and Joseph Williams and performed by Toto for the 1988 Toto album The Seventh One. It was the first single from the album, predating its release, and it peaked at #22 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming their final US hit to date. It also reached #9 on the Adult Contemporary chart.

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  1. Pamela

    a novel of Richardson's, from the name of the heroine, a girl of low degree, who resists temptation and reclaims her would-be seducer.

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  1. palame

  2. palmae

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Pamela in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Pamela in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

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  1. Pamela Card:

    Pamela Card have to fill in a simple form, they asked for an ID to confirm Pamela Card name, I showed my Mexican national ID and that was all.

  2. Erika Eleniak:

    Pamela Anderson entrance was Pamela Anderson’s entrance, god, Pamela Anderson was perfect for the show. I feel like Pamela Anderson made the show. And I know they were thrilled to have Pamela Anderson. So it just worked out really well.

  3. Keith Lemon:

    She just suddenly picked up Pamela Anderson fur stole and stormed off home ! at first I thought it might be because Pamela Anderson did n’t want to play a game that involved putting chips up Pamela Anderson nose, but it was n’t, it was because we showed an old school picture of Pamela Anderson and Pamela Anderson did n’t like it. He said Pamela Anderson told one of the show’s producers.

  4. Lincoln Brown:

    It's a testament to Pamela Brown unwavering spirit and determination Pamela Brown made it this long, 10 years longer than any doctor ever thought possible.

  5. Baron Cohen:

    We did that scene twice, actually, the first time we did it at a book signing and I grabbed Pamela Anderson over my shoulder and ran out with Pamela Anderson and no one did anything. I was like, what kind of fans are these ?

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    incapable of being atoned for
    • A. inexpiable
    • B. commensal
    • C. lank
    • D. lacerate

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