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  • Adoring (Chinese: 宠爱) is a Chinese romantic comedy-drama film directed by Yang Zi and produced by Xu Zheng. It tells 6 stories of how people interact
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  • Adore may refer to: Adore (film), 2013, also known as Adoration Adore (The Smashing Pumpkins album), 1998 Adore, a 2005 album by Misako Odani Adore: Christmas
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  • Daniel Anthony Noriega, better known by the stage name Adore Delano, (born September 29, 1989) is an American drag queen, singer-songwriter, and television
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  • Wiktionary's entry on "adoral" instead. You can also search for Adoral in Wikipedia to check for alternative titles or spellings. Start the Adoral article, using
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  • Adore You may refer to: "Adore You" (Harry Styles song), 2019 "Adore You" (Miley Cyrus song), 2013 "Adore You" (Jessie Ware song), 2019 I Adore You (disambiguation)
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  • Adored may refer to: The Adored, a band based in Los Angeles, California Adored (film), a 2003 LGBT-related drama film Adored (novel), a young adult novel
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  • ‘Heaven Adores You’: The Untold Stories & Photos Behind The Songs," CraveOnline, August 6, 2015. Official website Heaven Adores You on IMDb Heaven Adores You
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  • "Adore You" is a song by English singer and songwriter Harry Styles. It was released through Erskine and Columbia Records on 6 December 2019 as the third
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  • Adore is the fourth studio album by the American alternative rock band The Smashing Pumpkins, released in June 1998 by Virgin Records. After the multi-platinum
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  • prayerless close our door We lose our precious gift divine to worship and adore Then thou our Saviour, fill our hearts to love thee evermore Princess Margaret's
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  • 2004, Theron replaced Estonian model Tiiu Kuik as the spokeswoman in the J'Adore advertisements by Christian Dior. From October 2005 to December 2006, Theron
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  • Adorer jamai (Bengali: আদরের জামাই) is a Bengali action comedy film directed by Shahadat Hossion Liton and produced by Impress Telifilm Ltd. The film features
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  • I Adore You may refer to: I Adore You (film), a 1933 lost British film I Adore You, a 2012 album by Sahar Taha "I Adore You" (Queenadreena song), 2000
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  • featured artist). "Adore Delano". "Adore Delano Chart History". "Adore Delano Chart History". "iTunes – Music – Till Death Do Us Party by Adore Delano". iTunes
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  • "My Eyes Adored You" is a 1974 song written by Bob Crewe and Kenny Nolan. It was originally recorded by The Four Seasons in early 1974. After the Motown
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  • it would break up her family and separate her from the sisters whom she adores. While pursuing a literary career in New York City, she meets Friedrich
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  • posted two Twitter videos previewing two songs from her upcoming album, "adore u (beautiful game)" and "4 æm". In 2018, Grimes composed the theme music
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  • performed reflected the influence of African-American spiritual music. He adored the music of black gospel singer Sister Rosetta Tharpe. Like some of his
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  • J'adore (pronounced [ʒ‿adɔʁ]; French for "I love", and a pun on the brand Dior) is a perfume for women that was created in 1999 by Calice Becker for Parfums
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  • Adoration (known in North America and the UK as Adore) is a 2013 Australian-French drama film directed by Anne Fontaine. It stars Naomi Watts, Robin Wright
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