Mark Winstanley

Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, NL

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Mark Winstanley

Category Audiobooks
Language English (British)
Voice Age Middle Aged (35-54)
Description A good overview of my voice in variety of accents and styles
Transcript Note: Transcripts are automatically transcribed and may contain errors.
guided tour. Amsterdam Burst Bombay Locker map reference. A two bill between 18 98 and 90 No. Three. This massive brick structure was the brainchild of visionary architect HB Bear Locker. Although the building was constructed to house the Amsterdam Stock Exchange, Bear Locker had a different concept in mind. He created a place that functioned as a centre of commerce and capitalism, but his true intention was to erect a building that will be a symbol of socialism. Hence the tiles to blow of labourers alone. A break is nothing special, but together with thousands of other bricks, it can become something beautiful, harmonious and strong. The monumental building would serve as an inspiration for a whole new generation of architects whose style became known as the Amsterdam School. The stock exchange eventually moved on. Berlin, who got his wish as the birds from Bear Locker is now home to events Concerts on a great cafe, leaving the burst from bear laugher, used the cafe's exit ahead of you will see the Royal Palace of the House of Orange KLM. Hi, my name is Flint. They had me to show you the world of KLM through Facebook, where they fly what they're up to. I am Kellems, first ever puppet CEO, so to say, and a very famous one. I'm still handing out the autographs when I leave the building. Anyway, I just want to show you how these guys at KLM organise their social media. It's quite impressive, but don't tell him that I said so. Little shop of horrors On the 21st day of the month of September, in an early year of a decade, not too long before our own, the human race suddenly encountered a deadly threat to its very existence. And this terrifying enemy surfaced, as such enemies often do in the seemingly most innocent and unlikely of places. Talking Heads by Ellen Bennett's I've just taken a tear this morning when she said to me, Graham, I think the world of you I said, Well, I think the world of you What's brought this on? She said. Nothing. This t look strong. Pull the curtains Only I knew what I brought to town, she said. I wouldn't lie. You two think you're not number one, I said, Well, your number one with me. Give us your teeth. I'll swill them. But it wass. Yesterday we had a spot of excitement. We ran into a bit of mother's past. I said to work. I didn't know you had a past. I thought I was your past, She said. You I said, What? We go back a long way? How does he fit in Visa VI? Dad, she laughed. Ho, he was Bree. Dad, I said, Pre Dad, I'm surprised you can remember. I can't remember to switch off your blanket.