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Malory is a musical group.

  • albums: "Not Here - Not Now", "Outerbeats", "3rd Face+", "Wake Up / Falling Shine", "Secret Love", "Pearl Diver"
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Who is Malory?

Malory a.k.a. Dean Sabatino is an American musician, best known as "Dean Clean", the drummer of the satirical punk rock group The Dead Milkmen. Sabatino lives with his family in Media, Pennsylvania, a suburb of Philadelphia.


"Malory" is a book by Eugène Vinaver.

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Google previewPRINCESS AQUAPUSSY (2012)


James Malory is a romantic Scottish British American who believes in hustlers in casinos and golf courses besides trillionaire brokerage accounts. Also chemistry professors who have haughty eyes and worldly that look at Playboy with large ...



A jerk investor is also considered a tidy business club and men there run the clubs rules and even pleasing women by pushing investments to get them to drink for pleasure reasons because Malory is an old fashion capitalist pig nobility.



Because everyone is a bigot when one knows that everyone has prejudice of some kind because James Malory is a passionate secret agent and after all, that maybe because America is a rigid nation with many states that are mostly rigid ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Medieval Literature in Britain (2017)

by Sian Echard, Robert Rouse

MALORY, SIR THOMAS Troyes to Sir Gawain and the Green Knight and Thomas Chestre's Sir Launfal (c. 1400). The Jerry Bruckheimer film King Arthur ( 2004) was marketed as “The Untold True Story behind the Legend.” Like many ...

Google previewThe Oxford Encyclopedia of Medieval Warfare and Military Technology (2010)

by Clifford J. Rogers

Malory, Sir Thomas (c. 1414–1471), English writer most noted for Le Morte Darthur, a lengthy prose version of Arthurian legend. The author, commonly identified as Sir Thomas Malory of Newbold Revel, was probably a Warwickshire knight ...

Google previewThe New Arthurian Encyclopedia (2013)

New edition by Norris J. Lacy, Geoffrey Ashe, Sandra Ness Ihle, Marianne E. Kalinke, Raymond H. Thompson

It was therefore an editor«s duty to recover theunrevised Morte asfaras possible from the manuscript version, as representing Malory«s work uncontaminated by Caxton. Recently, however, it has been suggested thatonly Malory had thetime ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia Britannica (1911)

A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information

MALORY, SIR THOMAS, translator and compiler of the famous English classic, the Morte d1 Arthur. Previous to the publication ...

Google previewA John Steinbeck Encyclopedia (2006)

by Brian E. Railsback, Michael J. Meyer

A collection of Arthurian legends written in the fifteenth century by Sir Thomas Malory (1405–1471), Le Morte is drawn from a variety of sources both English and French. It is considered an early prose masterpiece for both its style and its use of ...

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What, nephew, said the king, is the wind in that door? (Thomas Malory)
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