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New Delhi [India], January 17 ( ANI ): Movie rating website Rotten Tomatoes mistakenly declared veteran film director John Carpenter dead in a since-deleted tweet on Tuesday and just like his quirky nature, Carpenter replied to their tweet with his natural sense of humour.
Meanwhile, the name 'Rotten Tomatoes' comes from the earlier practice of audiences throwing rotten tomatoes to poor stage performers.
FAISALABAD -- The Punjab Food Authority (PFA) has served notices to 119 foods points besides destroying 700 rotten eggs and confiscating 914 packs of Guttka in the division on Wednesday.
Rotten PCC Pole of LT LINE at Village Lilcjhar & Batlcgouri under Lakhanpuri D/C & For Replacement of 10 No.
Rotten Row represents a leap in artistry and achievement from the award-winning author of An Elegy for Easterly and The Book of Memory.
The rotten wood will be soft and crumbly, so it's easy to remove the worst of it.
Petina Gappah's new collection of stories is named after the street where the criminal courts in Harare sit: Rotten Row, where the powerful avoid punishment with a bribe and if the mob mentality doesn't get you, a pothole probably will.
Rotten Sheri fish Meanwhile, the health control section of Al Rayyan Municipality has destroyed 333.
Summary: Court orders confiscation and destruction of rotten rice
by Times News Service A number of expats selling rotten meat were arrested in a raid carried out by the Directorate General of Muscat Municipality.
US-based digital platform for movie ticketing Fandango has signed an agreement to acquire US movie brands Flixster and Rotten Tomatoes from Warner Bros.
JEDDAH: Municipality inspectors closed 83 restaurant kitchens and seized the rotten meat of 725 animals that were supposed to be distributed to restaurants and shops on the first and day of Eid Al-Adha.