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Definition funny of Corle:
1. The name given to South African babies with abnormaly big heads 2. A word used to describe a mixture of good feelings (Happy, overjoyed, positive, lucky)
1. The baby did not fall on her head. She was born a corlÉ 2. The only reason I'm smiling today is beacause I'm corlÉ
Songs about Corle:
Drop It Low (feat. Corle 2 Da) [Explicit] by Uno Joven from the Album Welcome 2 My City [Explicit]
I Do This (feat. Corle 2 Da) [Explicit] by Shadow B from the Album Do1n Numb3r5 [Explicit]
Pots Pans & Rubberbands (feat. Cor'le) [Explicit] by 380 from the Album 9th Ward Prince Deluxe Edition [Explicit]
Silli (feat. G3, Corle 2 Da, Reggie D & L.M.N.O.P.) [Explicit] by Scrapp D from the Album For My Hood Season 2 - Harris County Edition
Won't Be Coming Home (feat. Broadway Mac & Corle 2 Da) [Explicit] by Bugz Bizarre from the Album Chapter 2 (Betrayal) [Explicit]
Books about Corle:
Biography - Corle, Edwin (1906-1956): An article from: Contemporary Authors by Gale Reference Team (Dec 16, 2007)
The Man in the Dog Suit; a comedy in three acts from a novel by Edwin Corle by Albert; Wright, William H. Beich (1959)
GLANCES INTO CALIFORNIA. Introduction by Edwin Corle. by Walter. Colton (1955)
GLANCES INTO CALIFORNIA. Introduction by Edwin Corle. (1955)
The Royal Highway = (El Camino Real) / by Edwin Corle by Edwin Corle (1949)
Discurso En Que Se Resuelve El Siguiente Problema: En El Estado En Que Han Venido A Ponerse Las Cosas,?qué Deberán... by Anonymous (Nov 7, 2011)
[ LISTEN, BRIGHT ANGEL ] BY Corle, Edwin ( Author ) Mar - 2007 [ Paperback ] by Edwin Corle (Mar 1, 2007)
Wiki information Corle:
Corleone is a small town and comune of approximately 12,000 inhabitants in the Province of Palermo in Sicily, Italy. Several Mafia bosses have come from Corleone, including Tommy Gagliano, Jack Dragna, Giuseppe Morello, Michele Navarra, Luciano...
Vito Andolini Corleone is a fictional character in Mario Puzo's novel The Godfather and in Francis Ford Coppola's first two films, where he was portrayed by Marlon Brando in The Godfather and, as a young man, by Robert De Niro in The Godfather Part...