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Sweet because both volumes speak well of the old fella. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Plus maybe some old fella reading the lesson. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Nice fella around the place, apparently. The Sun (2017)Well, there is no shortage of work for little fellas at this time of year. The Sun (2016)I slapped him and said wake up yourself big fella. The Sun (2016)Hits it miles, has nerves of steel and is blessed with that they call in football a good touch for a big fella. The Sun (2016)He's become a social pariah and it couldn't happen to a nicer fella. The Sun (2016)If you reckon a fella having big feet means he is well endowed, you are in for a disappointment, ladies. The Sun (2016)Who would bet against the little fella? Times, Sunday Times (2013)This old fella was so pleased to see us. EMOTIONAL ROLLERCOASTER: A Journey Through the Science of Feelings (2005)The big fella was almost played out. The Sun (2009)My best friend introduced me to her new fella last year and we got on brilliantly. The Sun (2010)The big fella upstairs looked after us a bit. The Sun (2010)Is my new fella going the same way? The Sun (2012)The little fella has been keeping a low profile. The Sun (2010)Suddenly he felt a pain in his old fella. The Sun (2013)So what about that partnership with the big fella? The Sun (2006)Not so happy dealing with the tricky little fellas. The Sun (2013)But hopefully his old fella will be back soon with a bumper album for us all. The Sun (2008)He looks again and suddenly recognises the big fella. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But how about getting to know the fluffy little fellas yourself? The Sun (2014)But he may pass on some romantic tips to other old fellas. The Sun (2010)And you are supposed to be funny, fellas? The Sun (2010) Nice fella but he's no angel. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He was quite a nice fella, very convincing in the way he talked. Times, Sunday Times (2010)And it couldn't have happened to a nicer fella. The Sun (2014)Suddenly, the goals flowed again as he decided the new fella was worth playing for. The Sun (2009)And his dad's a really nice fella too. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Touch wood, this fella's the man to do that. The Sun (2008)She thinks Fatboy is more of a man than any fella she's come across for ages. The Sun (2012)
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