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Bernard Jordan (pictured) stole the show by AWOL-ing his wife and care home to reach France to recall D-Day
Muscat: Teenager Nevil Philips stole the show on the final day of the Falcon Insurance Company-sponsored Annual Tennis Tournament organised by the Indian Social Club Muscat, claiming a triple crown.
Among those who stole the show were student Spencer Collings, Joanne Baker, a corporate finance executive, Vikki Bonaker, a restaurant manager, postman David Jones, married couple Jen and Allan Brewer from Beddau and mother and daughter Dawn and Laura-Jayne Mills from Blackwood.
Countryman's energetic fifth-graders -- she likes to call them her scholars -- stole the show as they questioned O'Connell on everything from how many hours he works in a week to how he keeps track of more than 9,000 schools in the state.
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SINGER Samantha Mumba stole the show at the Spider-Man II premiere last night in a diamond studded dress worth a staggering pounds 5m.
Overscaled patterns stole the show, while combinations of purples, pinks and greens were seen in many of the designer collections.
HEIDE Wichlinski , ex-girlfriend of Formula One racing driver David Coulthard, stole the show at London Fashion Week yesterday in a series of stunning dresses by Israeli-born Ronit Zilkha.
The midfielder was made Sunderland's captain for the day on his first competitive return to Anfield since leaving the club but it was Emile Heskey that stole the show.
But it was Untitled (runway) and Untitled (abstract) that really stole the show.
But the most memorable impression of this year's awards has to be the calibre of the winners, in particular, the young entrepreneurs who stole the show with their honesty, spirit and humour.
Despite a rain-soaked track, conditions were perfect for the young guns in the semi-finals of the Invoshire Puppy Stakes at Walthamstow last night, in which Linda Mullins stole the show by winning the opening two semis.