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“Dormitories” in the new video game trailer

Posted March 25, 2019 09:20:33There are some new video games on the horizon.

The most important one is “Dollars in the Dormitory,” a new video-game adaptation of the Japanese novel “Dolls in the Room” by Kazuki Takahashi.

The story takes place in a room where girls are being kept as a punishment for their inability to play a game.

The game will feature a story-based “doll” called “Lulu” who is trying to break out of the room.

The dolls are in the room with the dolls, trying to figure out what the dolls want.

It’s not the most original title to be released by Sega, but it’s a nice departure from the usual Sega-style anime and manga series, so we can’t help but love this new game.

Here’s a sneak preview of the trailer:The game is due out in spring 2019.

Source: IGN

How to fix your eyes and ears for free

The Irish Republic has just introduced free eyewear for all visitors, from the moment they step into the country.

But how does it work?

The first thing visitors should do when they arrive in Ireland is to wear a pair of prescription glasses.

This is the only requirement in Ireland.

But the next step is to buy a pair.

This will allow you to have a pair for the next 24 hours without paying a penny.

The first of these glasses will cost about €10, and the second one will cost €20.

The glasses should arrive in a cardboard box with a tag attached.

The tag is then wrapped in tape and wrapped around the back of the glasses.

Then the glasses are placed into a cardboard case, where they will stay for 48 hours.

The following day, the tag will be removed from the glasses, and they can be placed back into their original cardboard case.

A sticker will then be placed on the front of the case.

This sticker is attached to the back.

The stickers will be affixed to the glasses in the order of their purchase, so they can only be used once, and then the glasses can be returned.

A person will then return to the kiosk to pay for the glasses as normal, and will be given the receipt.

There is a charge for glasses that are only worn once.

The kiosk staff will then pay the money to the person who purchased them, and return them to the hotel.

If the person wishes to keep the glasses for the rest of the day, they will need to pay another €15 fee, and a separate €15 tag will need be placed around the glasses themselves.

After this, the person will be able to bring the glasses back into the hotel and stay for the day.

The price is €25 per pair.

The cost is for glasses in white, grey or brown.

The cost of the first pair of glasses will be €10 and the cost of any subsequent pairs will be a €20 fee.

It is worth noting that the cost is negotiable, so you can switch off the tags.

The fee for glasses will not be deducted from the total amount of money that is paid.

The remaining money will be deducted on the day of your visit.

The cost to the visitor will be the equivalent of €12.50 per night, and €10 per night thereafter.

It may sound excessive, but it is not.

The amount of time spent wearing the glasses is relatively light compared to some of the other options, such as using a smartphone, but the extra money is significant.

If you are interested in seeing if the glasses work for you, there is also an option for an appointment.

The number of glasses is limited to four at a time.

The number of pairs that can be bought is limited as well.

The process for purchasing the glasses has been streamlined to allow for this, and there are also no charges to pay.

The last thing that should be noted is that it will take up to five days to get your glasses.

But don’t worry, if you have already spent more than this amount, you can pay in full later on.

You will need your passport and a letter of intent to buy your glasses, so don’t be afraid to ask for them.

It’s worth mentioning that the glasses cost €25 each, but you can use the vouchers to buy them on your return.

The hotel charge will be reduced by 10% for the same.

The vouchers can be purchased at any time between 6pm and 11pm on the second Sunday of each month.