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1 GENERAL GEORGE S PATTONGeorge C Scott gave the performance of his life as the titular US General taking on the Nazis in North Africa in this epic from 1970.
She gets a makeover of sorts in this jolly big-screen romp, and starts Julie Roberts's niece Emma Roberts as the titular heroine.
Instead, Kim said he would send North Korea's titular head of state Kim Yong Nam, president of the Presidium of Supreme People's Assembly, to Seoul for further talks, Roh said.
Which titular sitcom character led the Tooting Popular Front?
Britain is a monarchy and the Queen is titular head of the government and so it follows, as night follows day, that Britain cannot continue to be a member of the European Union under a presidency, since the monarch cannot be subservient to an EU president.
They meet by chance at a cafe on the titular Parisian street, located in a well-heeled Right Bank neighborhood near the Arc de Triomphe.
The actor first rose to fame at age 16 when he portrayed the titular pubescent doctor on Doogie Howser, M.
As political scientist and renowned Afghanistan expert Barnett Rubin puts it: the Pashtun are the titular ethnicity of the country.
Director James McTeigue coaxed remarkable performances from his stars--Natalie Portman as Evey, and Hugo Weaving as the titular hero/anti-hero "V," an enigmatic terrorist whose never-seen face is hidden behind a static mask representing Guy Fawkes, the terrorist who led an abortive plot to blow up the British Parliament in 1605.
These are dominated by black-and-white photographs of empty gothic interiors overlaid with bold titular exclamations such as GROTESQUE DESPERATE or, again, PREMATURE EJACULATION.
In Steven Soderbergh's Erin Brockovich (2000), Julia Roberts' titular character delivers justice to Californians devastated by a Pacific Gas and Electric plant.
section answers its titular question with information contained in four subsections: Protect the Environment, Reduce Oil Imports, Conserve Resources for Future Generations, and Save Money.