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  • r  in a memorable manner

  • As the older performer, played unforgettably by Bette Davis, begins to realize what's up that the ingenue's real goal is to supplant her on the stage she issues a raspy .
  • There was much of Abilene in Eisenhower, and he described it unforgettably one June afternoon in 1952, when he had returned to open his campaign for the Republican presidential .
  • So it is a measure of Steven Spielberg's maturity that by opening Saving Private Ryan with what may be the most unforgettably brutal sequence in the history of war movies--his .
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    Richard Hatch eat your heart out! Remember the first season of “Survivor” with awful, lazy tub Richard-the-Hatcher, who spent most of his time sitting around naked, hatching wicked schemes until he won the $1 million first prize? He was unforgettably greedy and naked, sure. But who in their right mind...
    June 21, 2013 - New York Post
Quotes

  • Richard Norton Smith in MyFox Dallas
    Grand Rapids returned his affection many times over and was unforgettably demonstrated by the tens of thousands who stood in line for hours outside the museum, braving the cold to assure that his last night was anything but lonely,Smith said.
  • Jack Black in Toronto Sun
    The comic claimed they were going to honour Neil the same way he made music: "Unforgettably, awesomely, life-changingly. You're gonna hear the songs that make you cry, the songs that make you smile and the songs that make you want to punch the...
  • President Bush in Atlanta Journal Constitution
    The story of an old order, and the glimmers of humanity that would one day overtake it, was unforgettably told in a book by Miss Harper Lee,Bush said in introducing a woman he said was an airline reservation clerk before attaining...

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