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Alice Is Back - Bittersweet 16 [Introduction]Category: (general)
Monday, 2 June 2008
09:16:52 AM (GMT)
Hi everyone! If any of you can remember, I posted 19 chapters of a story about
Alice, a smart sharp witted orphan who was kidnapped and found her way out of the
mess. Now Alice is back again - and she's almost 16. 

  But Alice and Lavender (her best friend) are haunted by memories of Charlotte, the
sinister woman who was put to jail for ordering them to be kidnapped and killed. She
was the owner of the last orphanage they lived in. Alice's Aunt Pearl tells them not
to worry; Charlotte's been put away in jail long ago, and Alice is safe from her
clutches.

Or is she?

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‹►Lord♪The♪Đestroyer♪of♪Đreams◄› says:   14 June 2011   797065  
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people and damaged more buildings than the French Revolution, he was
found not guilty?
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named after a device that Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart tried
(unsuccessfully) to invent to type out his music?
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‹►Lord♪The♪Đestroyer♪of♪Đreams◄› says:   14 June 2011   761272  
males (pictured)?
... that Sultan Sharafuddin of Selangor circumnavigated the world in
his yacht in 22 months?
... that "Who Says" is said to be inspired by the hate Selena Gomez
received online due to her relationship with Justin Bieber?
... that Ales Bialatski earned a PhD in Belarusian literature before
becoming the vice president of the International Federation for Human
Rights?
... that Blue Mud Bay has given its name to both an Important Bird
Area and a court ruling affirming that Aboriginal lands in the
Northern Territory carry exclusive fishing rights to their tidal
waters?
... that after Lord George Gordon incited a riot that killed 300
people and damaged more buildings than the French Revolution, he was
found not guilty?
... that British post-punk band The Wolfgang Press were claimed to be
named after a device that Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart tried
(unsuccessfully) to invent to type out his music?
Archive – Start a new article – Nominate an article
			In the news


In basketball, the Dallas Mavericks defeat the Miami Heat to win
their
first NBA championship (Finals MVP Dirk Nowitzki pictured).
A Gay Girl In Damascus, a popular opposition blog about the 2011
Syrian uprising, is revealed to be a hoax.
The Book of Mormon wins Best Musical and War Horse wins Best Play at
the 65th Tony Awards.
In the Turkish general election, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan
is elected for a third term and the AK Party retains its majority in
parliament.
In sports car racing, Marcel Fässler, André Lotterer and Benoît
Tréluyer win the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Senior al-Qaeda leader Fazul Abdullah Mohammed is killed by Somali
soldiers in Mogadishu, Somalia. 
Wikinews – Recent deaths – More current events...
On this day...

June 14: Liberation Day in the Falkland Islands and South Georgia and
the South Sandwich Islands (1982); Flag Day in the United States


1285 – Forces led by Prince Trần Quang Khải of Vietnam's Tran
Dynasty destroyed most of the invading Mongol naval fleet in a battle
at Chuong Duong.
1800 – War of the Second Coalition: In the Battle of Marengo,
Napoleonic forces secured victory over the Habsburgs when defe
 
‹►Lord♪The♪Đestroyer♪of♪Đreams◄› says :   14 June 2011   681852  
males (pictured)?
... that Sultan Sharafuddin of Selangor circumnavigated the world in
his yacht in 22 months?
... that "Who Says" is said to be inspired by the hate Selena Gomez
received online due to her relationship with Justin Bieber?
... that Ales Bialatski earned a PhD in Belarusian literature before
becoming the vice president of the International Federation for Human
Rights?
... that Blue Mud Bay has given its name to both an Important Bird
Area and a court ruling affirming that Aboriginal lands in the
Northern Territory carry exclusive fishing rights to their tidal
waters?
... that after Lord George Gordon incited a riot that killed 300
people and damaged more buildings than the French Revolution, he was
found not guilty?
... that British post-punk band The Wolfgang Press were claimed to be
named after a device that Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart tried
(unsuccessfully) to invent to type out his music?
Archive – Start a new article – Nominate an article
			In the news


In basketball, the Dallas Mavericks defeat the Miami Heat to win
their
first NBA championship (Finals MVP Dirk Nowitzki pictured).
A Gay Girl In Damascus, a popular opposition blog about the 2011
Syrian uprising, is revealed to be a hoax.
The Book of Mormon wins Best Musical and War Horse wins Best Play at
the 65th Tony Awards.
In the Turkish general election, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan
is elected for a third term and the AK Party retains its majority in
parliament.
In sports car racing, Marcel Fässler, André Lotterer and Benoît
Tréluyer win the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Senior al-Qaeda leader Fazul Abdullah Mohammed is killed by Somali
soldiers in Mogadishu, Somalia. 
Wikinews – Recent deaths – More current events...
On this day...

June 14: Liberation Day in the Falkland Islands and South Georgia and
the South Sandwich Islands (1982); Flag Day in the United States


1285 – Forces led by Prince Trần Quang Khải of Vietnam's Tran
Dynasty destroyed most of the invading Mongol naval fleet in a battle
at Chuong Duong.
1800 – War of the Second Coalition: In the Battle of Marengo,
Napoleonic forces secured victory over the Habsburgs when defe
 

 
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