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Dharmshala (Himachal Pradesh) [India] June 22, ( ANI ) :The exile Government of Tibet on Wednesday released its first ever animated film on all-time favorite fable, the Forgetful Agu Phagpa and a Tibetan dubbed version of Buddha's Sutra, Life of Buddha.
It's ironic that a film about a forgetful fish should itself turn out to be so forgettable.
Ellen DeGeneres voices forgetful regal tang fish Dory who, when separated from her parents (Eugene Levy and Diane Keaton), teams up with clownfish Nemo and his dad (Hayden Rolence and Albert Brooks) to cross the ocean for a reunion.
Glasgow is the most forgetful when it comes to applying suncream, with 46% burning as a result, closely followed by Norfolk and Northern Ireland (both 41%).
on forgetful glass, but here and there some of those shoes are still
As we become forgetful of those roots, as we attempt to build a society forgetful of God, we will not--as many, for instance, in the new Quebec imagine--free ourselves from prejudice or religion.
As many as 14 per cent have been forgetful over the last two years as to the exact location of their vehicle, the poll by Direct Line DrivePlus showed.
Emrn plays Vidya's forgetful hubby and to set the mood of the film, he appeared in a red polkadot nightsuit.
FORGETFUL patients and visitors have left 66 necklaces, 52 ear-rings, 50 bracelets, 107 rings and 132 watches in hospitals around Scotland in the last year.
Restaurant staff are slower and forgetful, pharmacy staff are rude and indifferent.
1 : to become old or older <As he aged, he grew more forgetful.