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In the fall of 2009, Tracey teamed up again with Rezolution Pictures to transform her short Escape Hatch into the pilot Mohawk Girls, the series for APTN, scheduled to air in the fall of 2010.
Home Office pathologist Dr Nathaniel Cary said: "In my opinion, Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto died as a result of a severe head injury sustained as a consequence of the bomb blast and due to head impact somewhere in the escape hatch of the vehicle.
The report concluded that Ms Bhutto's only apparent injury was a major trauma to the right side of the head, caused by hitting the escape hatch to her vehicle and not by a gunshot wound.
A catharsis is the escape hatch of the emotions that a drama arouses.
It's too late to offer any relief for this year, but keep an eye on it toward the end of the year to see if the escape hatch is still available in 2007.
They are not using vouchers as an escape hatch from poorly performing public schools," asserts Nancy Van Meter, director of AFT's Center on Privatization.
KILDARE County will offer league legend Pat Scully an escape hatch from his Drogheda United nightmare.
The regime has seized on a nuclear program as the magic escape hatch from its predicament.
See your notes as a vital part of your presentation, not an escape hatch in case your mind suddenly goes blank.
Hagar is "white enough to allow white women authors and readers to imagine themselves in the role of sexual and political rebellion against the patriarchy, but at the same time black enough to provide them with an escape hatch through which such rebellion could be safely disavowed.
Each escape hatch consists of a hole in the tube blocked by a calcareous disc that is supported in place by an organic membrane.
Growing up in Manchester, a city better-known for its soccer stars and mopey pop bands than its actors, theater proved to be McDermott's escape hatch from his hermetically sealed youth.