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Verne

Jules . 1828--1905, French writer, esp of science fiction, such as Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea (1870) and Around the World in Eighty Days (1873)
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And American Verne - best known for his role as Mini Me in the Austin Powers comedy films with Mike Myers, right - made a grand entrance despite his 2ft 8ins stature.
Once the connection of the Level 3 network into Verne Global's Iceland data centre campus is complete, Verne Global's customers will be able to access Level 3's global network and extensive portfolio of IP, Virtual Private Network, CDN, cloud and collaboration solutions.
SUB-WEIGH: Verne faces a fight with roll nearly half as tall as him
1 Watch this space: Santa and Verne draw up at the kerb
Rising and unpredictable energy prices, coupled with continued pressure on organisations to demonstrate a commitment to carbon reduction, has led to growing interest from European-based customers in Verne Global's renewably-powered data centre facility in Iceland.
Zoe Ingall, Paige Duckenfield, Verne Troyer and Katie Warburton
She opened the door and was shocked to stumbled upon Verne.
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Bet365 - to finish fourth: 13-8 Coolio, Ulrika, 5-2 Ben, 14 Terry, 22 Verne; to finish third: 11-8 Coolio, 6-4 Ulrika, 6 Ben, 8 Terry, 18 Verne; runner-up: 8-13 Terry, 3 Verne, 7 Coolio, 9 Ulrika, 18 Ben.
Called into see Big Brother, a sheepish Verne said he could not remember his night on the tiles.
I have dated a few celebrity men and Verne was the most amazing man to be held by.
With the publication of The Kip Brothers and The Mysterious Island, it is no longer possible to dismiss Verne as a "children's author" (despite the fact that he was advertised as such in turn-of-the-century France and Anglo-American contexts).