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Sir James Young. 1811--70, Scottish obstetrician, who pioneered the use of chloroform as an anaesthetic
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As a mathematically inclined Simpsons writer, Cohen is in good company.
The shelves will be well stocked with the products that fans of THE SIMPSONS can't help but love; talking clocks will share space with board games and fishing lures.
And inside a cavernous arena, echoing with Bruce Springsteen's ``Waiting for a Summer Day,'' stands Will Simpson on Ado Annie, his frisky palomino.
Exploding into a cultural phenomenon in 1990, THE SIMPSONS remains one of the most visible and marketable properties both domestically and internationally.
The fact that a civil liability could make Simpson a little empty in his pockets certainly does not make him an unfit parent,'' said Glen H.
Now there are generations of kids more familiar with Homer Simpson than Fred Flintstone.
These statements are not guarantees of THQ's future performance or the performance of "The Simpsons Road Rage," and involve risks, uncertainties and assumptions that are difficult to predict.
They will be on the witness stand after more than two days of testimony by Simpson, and they may be used in a strategy to zero in on his demeanor and to pepper his testimony with detail-by-detail challenges.
Arranged for piano, vocals, and chords, The Simpsons Songbook consists of songs culminated from the first 13 seasons of the series and include the Emmy Award-winning "We Put the Spring in Springfield" and "You're Checkin' In," as well as "The Simpsons Theme," "The Itchy & Scratchy & Poochie Show Theme," "Deep, Deep Trouble," "Do the Bartman," "Shari Bobbins Medley," "We Do (The Stonecutters' Song)" and "Stop the Planet of the Apes Medley.
The Simpsons Road Rage for the Nintendo GameCube carries a "T" (Teen) rating from the ESRB and will be priced at US MSRP $49.