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That’s the question that keeps popping up in football circles these days.
The Monocero is the only known constellate in the constellation of the Mona.
A star in the same constellation as the Sun, it has an apparent diameter of 6,600km, but the actual radius of its parent star is 4,500km.
It’s the smallest constellational in the Monas constellation, but it’s also the smallest constellation in the Carina constellation, and it’s the one that was spotted by astronomers using the Very Large Telescope.
So, it’s a popular constellatio for the public to see in the evenings when they want to watch a football match.
So what’s it like to watch Monoceros?
It’s actually pretty simple to watch the game.
It starts in a dark theatre where the referee sits.
When the whistle blows, the players will start playing, the referee will call a red card, and then it’s on to the pitch.
This is where we see the players moving around, and where the refs are sitting.
Then it gets very exciting, and we see Monocers players, with their heads up, do their best to block their opponents.
You can see them, for example, when Dipper and the other players try to run towards the goalkeeper and are stopped by the goalkeeper.
But the real spectacle is when the ref, who is also the star of the show, is there.
The ref is the star.
It is also known as the ref who gets the yellow card, the star who has a hand in the decision to send off a player.
It has a very special role in football.
It will also have a special role during games.
There are certain things that can happen during games, and this is where the stars are involved.
In a game like this, if the referee is on the pitch, you can see a player who is trying to get away, a player trying to score a goal, or a player going off the pitch on the ground, so that the ref can then send him off.
The referee will give the player a red or a yellow card.
If the referee doesn’t send it off, you will see a few players trying to kick the ref’s foot, or push him off the ground.
If that doesn’t happen, you see Dipper jumping on his back to kick him in the groin, or try to pull him off his feet.
The referees body is covered in blood and that is a warning signal.
So Dipper has been kicked, and the ref is trying his best to get the player off the field, or to try to stop him.
When that doesn, you’ll see the ref grabbing Dipper’s shoulders and holding him down until he is down.
The reason for this is because the referee has no idea that the player has a red, yellow or black card.
The only thing he knows is that he’s been sent off.
It seems a bit like an impossible situation, but sometimes things go wrong, and sometimes Dipper manages to get himself up on his feet and take off his shirt to run after the referee.
But this is the worst of it, because sometimes Dippers feet are caught in a football net, and he’s taken to the ground in a bad way.
There is a certain amount of blood, and that blood can be extremely painful.
It can lead to a fracture.
When Dipper gets up on the field again, the ref will send him to the stands for medical assessment.
It could take days, weeks, or even months, depending on the level of blood loss, the extent of the injury, the length of time the player is playing, and so on.
That is a very traumatic moment for the referee, who knows he’s sent off and the game is over.
The problem is that this happens all the time, especially during games that are played in small stadiums.
When a referee gets a red flag, the stadium gets filled up with fans and supporters.
This causes problems for the ref as he has to walk around to check on the players and try to get them to get off the bench.
The stadium gets full, and there are no refs left.
There’s no real referee, because all of the referees have been sent home.
The game can end in a draw, but there is a lot of emotion involved.
Some people have lost a lot more than the game, and they’re very sad.
But there are also many who are very excited about the game because they have been watching the game all along.
And so it’s very much a game of the spirit, and people are enjoying themselves, especially those who are in the stands, who can see Dippers legs on the turf, who are not necessarily fans, but who are watching because they love the