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16-Jul-2009

  • Bottlenose dolphin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Bottlenose dolphins, the genus Tursiops, are the most common and well-known members of the family Delphinidae, the family of oceanic dolphins.


  • Land Shark Stadium

    dolphin stadium renamed land shark stadium


  • Dolphin-emu Forums

    Who's Online [Complete List] 38 users active in the past 15 minutes (13 members, 0 of whom are invisible, and 23 guests). MSN Search, GoogleBot, CANARO, DaMuncha, death-droid ...


  • LandShark Stadium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    LandShark Stadium (previously known as Joe Robbie Stadium, Pro Player Park, Pro Player Stadium, Dolphins Stadium, and Dolphin Stadium) is a football, lacrosse, soccer, and baseball ...


  • Miami Dolphins Apparel, Dolphins Merchandise, Clothing, Gear, Shop ...

    Miami Dolphins Apparel and Merchandise store featuring licensed Dolphins clothing, fan gear and unique gifts. Buy Miami Dolphins NFL logo Clothes and products from Football ...


  • Cheerleaders - MiamiDolphins.com

    Where in the world are the Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders? During the football offseason, the Cheerleaders are traveling the globe. From Hawaii to Japan to the Middle East, the ...


  • Dolphin - Home

    Dolphin is working to combat the impact of visual and print impairments by improving access to information.


  • dolphin definition of dolphin in the Free Online Encyclopedia.

    dolphin, fish dolphin, large, swift game fish, Coryphaena hipparus, also called dorado. It is of nearly worldwide distribution in warm waters. Its long, slender body is blue, and ...


  • Dolphins? Cheerleaders Cara And Jaime Go From Bikini Modeling To CBS ...

    Trying to find a reason to watch the CBS Emmy Award winning who Amazing Race? Cheerleaders. NFL. Cara Rosenthal and Jaime Edmondson are former Miami Dolphins? cheerleaders who ...


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