Gwen Verdon originally starred in this musical about a woman who has visions of a killer stalking Victorian London. Lesley Hamilton now has the role, Sept. Verdon played Essie Whimple, a worker in a wax museum who tries to solve the murder of a local music hall dance while pursuing the man of her dreams.
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We're all around you. If you look, you'll see us: on buses, in shops, at the office, in pubs. Yet you'll rarely see us on beaches, and you'll be lucky to spot us in direct sunlight in summer.
Sunday, January 13, snow snow and more snow. Friday we got hit by the biggest snow storm Salt Lake has seen in a while. We still had a good ground cover from the last storm and then got around two feet more. Fun times for Jared shoveling.
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When Ariel first splashed onto movie theater screens nationwide nearly 30 years ago, the heroine of Disney's animated film "The Little Mermaid" had a distinctive look. Enormous blue eyes dominated a porcelain-skinned face framed by a luxurious mane of bright red hair. Her only article of clothing was a purple bra top made of seashells, and instead of legs, she sported a light green fish tail.
The Introduction Article is just the first of 11 articles in each species account that provide life history information for the species. The remaining articles provide detailed information regarding distribution, migration, habitat, diet, sounds, behavior, breeding, current population status and conservation. Written and continually updated by acknowledged experts on each species, Birds of North America accounts include a comprehensive bibliography of published research on the species.
People with red hair have long been the butt of unfair jokes, but a study suggests that when it comes to ageing they may have the last laugh. Researchers at Erasmus University in Rotterdam studied the faces of almost elderly Dutch Europeans and found that those carrying a variation of the MC1R gene, which influences skin colour, looked on average two years younger than they were. MC1R is known to play a part in other biological processes, such as inflammation and DNA damage repair, which may be why it is linked to youthful looks. Prof Dr Manfred Kayser, who co-wrote the study, said: "For the first time a gene has been found that explains in part why some people look older and others younger for their age.