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Top Cutlines — 12/1/05

Bell ringer Haleigh Akin, 4, check the Salvation Army Red Kettle after a donation is made in front of the Broadway Square Mall in Tyler, Texas Wednesday. You write the cutline.

Top Cutlines:

1. Unfortunately, no one can identify the little girl because her face doesn’t ring a bell — John Austin.

2. A little girl searches in vain for the spirit of Christmas — A Token Democrat.

3. “Ah, Ralphie wuth wight, my tongue ith really thtuck to thith bucket!!” — Family Phil.

HM: Side Note & Lesley Presley

For the rest of today’s cutline entries, click here.

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