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Fun

A unit of weight in Japan equivalent to 375 milligrams.
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He sang funny songs to them and told funny stories, did conjuring tricks and got up theatricals, shared their fun and comforted their sorrows.
I think it would be great fun," said Peter decidedly.
I daresay it would be real good fun, now that I come to think of it.
I want to enjoy the fun of transforming the rest of these people into ornaments.
Very soon, now, my fun will be over, and then for amusement I shall have nothing to do but admire my new ornaments.
repeated Nancy, indignantly, "I guess it'll be somethin' more than fun for that blessed child--when them two tries ter live tergether; and I guess she'll be a-needin' some rock ter fly to for refuge.
Which ain't fun, I'm tellin' you, when they stiffen up.
The best destinations this shopping season for children are their favourite neighbourhood playgrounds -- Fun City and Fun Ville.
Sunday's 5k Big Fun Run R Newcastle at the Town Moor saw people running for charity, running for fitness and running for fun.
8220;Over the course of our nearly 30 years of experience, we have learned that in today's fast-paced world, people still want the simple pleasures of a day at the park and having fun together,” said Al Stonehouse, President and CEO of Wheel Fun Rentals.
Liverpool One set out on a search for the most fun loving youngsters in the region.