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2011-11-17 15:30:00

Designed to capture the smile of a child, the DaisyGripâ„¢ is a brand new product that will quickly find it's

2011-02-06 01:03:28

The dramatic improvement in the health of a young girl following treatment has prompted a complementary therapist to launch a unique fund (PRWeb UK) February 5, 2011 The SMILE Fund is a not for profit organisation founded by Christine Charters-Young who runs the Suffolk-based Healing House for Health and Well Being.

2010-03-24 08:00:00

WAYNE, Pa., March 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Few stars shine as brightly in the world of fitness modeling as Christine Pomponio-Pate's.

2008-10-24 06:00:14

By Claudia Puig Playing the anguished mother of a missing child, Angelina Jolie is incarcerated in a mental hospital in a key dramatic sequence of Changeling. This stately-looking film, directed by Clint Eastwood and based on actual events, could also have been called Mom, Interrupted.

2008-09-02 21:00:14

DALLAS, Sept. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Being an acclaimed actor and an Oscar-winning filmmaker is no longer enough for Kevin Costner.

2008-08-23 12:00:38

NORTHERN Ireland's Christine Bleakley could be the One to watch in the upcoming series of Strictly Come Dancing. The One Show star is tipped to turn twinkletoes when the celebrity ballroom dancing series returns to our screens in three weeks.

2008-08-14 09:01:14

By MARIE LEVY A LOVING mum who lost her courageous fight against a brain tumour has inspired a bumper charity night. Christine Hutchinson was 39 when she lost her three-year-battle for life.

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2005-01-21 08:41:51

"The Phantom of the Opera" required a makeover for his close-up. In its journey from stage to screen, Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical underwent some tailoring to mend the holes in the gothic love story.


Word of the Day
obdormition
  • Sleep; the state or condition of being asleep.
  • The state or condition of numbness of a part due to pressure on a nerve: as, the obdormition of a limb.
The word 'obdormition' comes from a Latin word meaning "to fall asleep".
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