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  • Rold Gold refers to first a company and then a remaining brand of pretzels, now owned by Frito-Lay. The company, originally named the American Cone and
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  • Rold Skov (Rold Forest) is a forest in Himmerland, Denmark. At 8,000 ha, it is the second largest forest in the country, after the Silkeborg Forests.
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  • Chips, and Rold Gold pretzels. Totally Ranch: A mixture of Cool Ranch Doritos, Cheddar Ranch Fritos Twists, French Onion Sun Chips, and Rold Gold pretzels
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  • contenders are – this is true both for boxing and MMA. One example given by Cliff Rold of BoxingScene is the light heavyweight title, considered vacant from the
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  • December 2018. S. M., Shashiprasad (21 December 2018). "KGF movie review: Rold gold!". Deccan Chronicle. Retrieved 22 December 2018. Keramalu, Karthik (21
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  • snacks; Doritos and Tostitos tortilla chips; Lay's and Ruffles potato chips; Rold Gold pretzels; and Walkers potato crisps (in the UK and Ireland). Each brand
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  • Corporation (SuperPretzel) MrPretzels Nabisco (Mister Salty) Pretzelmaker Rold Gold Snyder's of Hanover Sturgis Pretzel House Utz Quality Foods (Utz pretzels)
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  • but it is now located in Rebild Municipality, and is surrounded by the Rold Skov forest. To the north of the lake is a narrow forested belt, with birch
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  • when they started awarding titles again. A controversy described by Cliff Rold of BoxingScene.com is for example, the "world" light-heavyweight title was
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  • Ring Advisory Panel resigned. These three members (Springs Toledo, Cliff Rold and Tim Starks) became the founding members of the TBRB, which was formed
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  • Pepsi Max Pepsi Next Pioneer Foods Propel Quaker Quaker Chewy Rice-A-Roni Rold Gold Rosquinhas Mabel (Brazil) Ruffles Sabritas Sakata (Australia) Saladitas
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  • Lineal Junior Lightweight Champions". The Cyber Boxing Zone Encyclopedia. Rold, Cliff. "BoxingScene's Pound for Pound Top Ten". BoxingScene. Retrieved September
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  • tortilla chips, Lay's and Ruffles potato chips, Smartfood flavored popcorn and Rold Gold pretzels. The company is headquartered in Mississauga, west of Toronto
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  • character was dropped in the second season. Since 2017 he has played the rold of Bryce Hussar in TNT's drama Claws. In 2000, Rankin moved to Los Angeles
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  • {K}{2}}\left(W-L+{\frac {1}{2}}{\frac {\sum _{i}D_{i}}{C}}\right)} where Rnew and Rold are the player's new and old rating respectively, Di is the opponent's rating
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  • play then the rold of Iraj was played by Arij Fatyma another talented actress of Pakistani Dramas. It will not be wrong to say that the rold of Mariyam Khalif
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  • Portuguese with the aid of a language learning program Rold had bought for him. According to Rold, his grandson never showed any interest in firearms or
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  • tortilla chips and dips; Cheetos cheese flavored snacks; Fritos corn chips; Rold Gold pretzels; Sun Chips; and Cracker Jack popcorn. Products made by this
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  • Mangola Frito-Lay (Canada) Lay's Ruffles Doritos Tostitos Fritos Cheetos Rold Gold Funyuns Sun Chips Cracker Jack Munchos Smartfood Oberto (distributed)
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  • February 2016. BoxRec Boxing Records. Boxrec.com. Retrieved 27 December 2012 Rold, Cliff (2 October 2014). "Measured Against All Time: Prince Naseem Hamed"
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