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Bankhead

Tallulah (Brockman). 1902--68, US stage and film actress; her successes included the plays The Little Foxes (1939) and The Skin of Our Teeth (1942)
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An army veteran of 15 years, Mr Bankhead served with the 7th Parachute Regiment Royal Horse Artillery where he trained as a diver.
An army veteran of 15 years Mr Bankhead served with the 7th Parachute Regiment Royal Horse Artillery where he trained as a diver.
As part of her research, Bankhead is testing the tensile strength of roots--the force required to pull a root to the point where it breaks--of different tree species.
This time around, Bankhead installed three makeshift benches in the second-floor space, each made from boards resting across DJ-staple milk crates situated atop standard sheets of unfinished plywood.
It is from this Hollywood moment that Matthew Lombardo has freely imagined his Tallulah Bankhead bio-drama, "Looped," which had its world premiere Tuesday at the Pasadena Playhouse starring Valerie Harper ("Rhoda") as the hard-living legend.
Bankhead served 25 years in the Florida state government and 20 years as a Jacksonville legislator.
Gibbs and Bankhead describe the factors that promote these forces against those deemed different and undeserving of sharing the `California dream'--in other words, immigrants and people of color.
Long-established, so-called cutting edge companies have struggled for years to attain the attention Bankhead, who trained in interior design at Middlesex University, is currently receiving.
First, plug in these names: Greta Garbo, Marlene Dietrich, Mercedes de Acosta, Alla Nazimova, and Tallulah Bankhead.
Gooder will oversee 665,000 acres, including the Bankhead, Conecuh, Talladega, and Tuskegee national forests.
The decision is whether to tip him at a short price, or go with the more speculative Bankhead at a much bigger 8-1.