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Songs about Shere:
Shere Khan by Controls from the Album One Hundred
6 A.M. Jullandar Shere by Cornershop from the Album Woman's Gotta Have It
Gebu Shere by Yungchen Lhamo from the Album Ama
6 A.M. Jullandar Shere by Cornershop from the Album Woman's Gotta Have It (Expanded)
Shere Khan [Explicit] by Andre Nickatina from the Album These R The Tales [Explicit]
Jullandar Shere (Jeh Jeh Mix) by Cornershop from the Album Woman's Gotta Have It (Expanded)
Shere Khan by Aesop from the Album Music For Earthworms The Instrumentals
Books about Shere:
The Shere Hite Reader: New and Selected Writings on Sex, Globalism, and Private Life by Shere Hite (Apr 4, 2006)
Anchoress of Shere by Paul L Moorcraft (Oct 2, 2012)
Cuentos de Shere Khan (Spanish Edition) by Blas Meca (Aug 2, 2014)
Le Projet Shere: La Charte humanitaire et les standards minimums de I'intervention humanitaire by The Sphere Project (Jul 2011)
La foresta di Shere-Khan (Varia saggi Vol. 3) (Italian Edition) by Renato Massa (Jan 9, 2014)
Cuentos de Shere Khan (Spanish Edition) by Blas Meca Otón (Jul 30, 2014)
The Hite Report on Shere Hite: Voice of a Daughter in Exile by Shere Hite (May 26, 2004)
Wiki information Shere:
Shere is a village in the Guildford district of Surrey, England 4.8 miles east south-east of Guildford and 5.4 miles west of Dorking, centrally bypassed by the A25. It is a small still partly agricultural village chiefly set in the wooded 'Vale of...
Shere Khan is a fictional tiger who appears in two of Rudyard Kipling's Jungle Book stories featuring Mowgli and their adaptations. The word Shere translates as "tiger" or "lion" in Persian, Urdu, and Punjabi, and Khan translates as "sovereign,"...