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2009-05-21 11:33:00

Nearly 1 Million Votes Cast Rivals 1992 Elvis Vote WASHINGTON, May 21 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Maggie Simpson, a character of few words other than the sucking of her pacifier now has something to shout about.

2009-05-07 11:15:00

Favorite Character Vote continues through May 14 at www.usps.com/simpsons LOS ANGELES, May 7 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- "Ay, Carumba!" A 'stampede' of one billion Simpsons stamps began escaping from America's 34,000 Post Offices and infiltrated the nation's mailstream following the issuance of The Simpsons stamps and postal cards today.

2008-08-29 18:00:39

By Mackenna CATHY Jamieson needs to pep up her leadership campaign. It's one thing to call for improved health screening for athletes.

2006-03-31 21:08:42

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - To learn some long-awaited news about "The Simpsons," television's most popular cartoon family, fans had to go to the movies on Friday.

2006-04-01 00:05:00

To learn some long-awaited news about "The Simpsons," television's most popular cartoon family, fans had to go to the movies on Friday.

2006-03-09 11:32:57

By Adam Pasick LONDON (Reuters) - A video that recreates the introduction to "The Simpsons" with live actors is spreading across the Internet faster than Homer can say "D'oh" -- part of a viral marketing campaign by UK satellite broadcaster BSkyB.

2006-03-02 08:40:59

CHICAGO (Reuters) - Most Americans have an easier time naming members of the cartoon Simpson family than listing the five freedoms granted by the nation's founders, a survey by a museum released on Wednesday said.

2006-03-01 21:37:37

(Please read in ninth paragraph ... the right not to incriminate yourself ... instead of ... the right to self-incrimination ... .) A corrected story follows.

2006-03-02 00:15:00

Most Americans have an easier time naming members of the cartoon Simpson family than listing the five freedoms granted by the nation's founders, a survey by a museum released on Wednesday said.


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whirret
  • To give a box on the ear to.
The word 'whirret' may be onomatopoeic.