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  • Prince Harry cancels secret trip to see Meghan Markle, is ...

    But after a string of failed romances, the 32-year-old royal is understandably a bit gun-shy about things getting too public too quickly.

  • Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton's Duet 'Go Ahead and Break My ...

    Ahead of their live debut of the song on "The Voice" on Monday night (May 9), Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani's duet, "Go Ahead and Break My Heart" is now available to ...

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    Search Results for 'related' ... Obama Admin Not Shy About Cyber Retaliation Wochit News 0:43; ... Gun violence research a low priority for federal funding.

  • Movie sequels that took far too long - MSN

    Movie sequels that took far too long. ... Just shy of a decade after the first film, ... John Rambo once again picks up a huge gun and this time, ...

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  • Gun Shy (2000) - IMDb

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  • Gun Shy (film) - Wikipedia

    Gun Shy is a 2000 film written and directed by Eric Blakeney, and starring Liam Neeson, Oliver Platt and Sandra Bullock

  • Gun Shy (2000) - Rotten Tomatoes

    In this action-laced comedy, a cop on the verge of a nervous breakdown finds love at the least convenient time. Charlie Mayo (Liam Neeson) is an undercover agent with ...

  • Gun-shy | Definition of Gun-shy by Merriam-Webster

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  • Gun-shy - definition of gun-shy by The Free Dictionary

    Now, obviously gun-shy after the Paris terrorist attacks, the appeals court has again put its head in the sand and not stood up for the privacy rights of We the People.

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