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skeleton key

a key with the serrated edge filed down so that it can open numerous locks
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Also commenting on the announcement, David Kokakis, Chief Operating Officer of Mega Media and President of Skeleton Key, stated, "Over the decades the name 'Patti LaBelle' has become synonymous with refinement, warmth and integrity.
Charles Suitt, Executive VP of Urban Entertainment for Skeleton Key, commented, "I have watched Cool and Dre's career grow over the years and have become a true fan of their work.
We are confident in the executive team at Skeleton Key and their unique vision of how to do business in a rapidly changing industry," said Neil Levine, Senior VP/GM of Imperial/EMI.
Skeleton Key has offered us the support and flexibility we need to make an impact with this forthcoming album.
So much so that the man behind The Skeleton Key, British director Iain Softley, postponed the film until Kate was ready to make it.
Also commenting on deal, Charles Suitt, Executive Vice President of Urban Entertainment for Skeleton Key, stated, "The members of Rap Hustlaz are not only talented artists and producers, but are also savvy businessmen who have experience breaking records.
Just two weeks ago, I reviewed another anaemic horror film called The Skeleton Key, which featured noises in the attic, doors that shut on their own, endless thunderstorms, faces appearing in mirrors and a rubbish ending.
The Skeleton Key HOCUS-POCUS horror that sees Kate Hudson play Carrie, who takes a job looking after stroke victim Ben (John Hurt).
PK]), a multimedia entertainment holding company based in Manhattan, announced today the official launch of Skeleton Key Entertainment, a division of the company focused on mainstream recorded music, talent management, music and book publishing, entertainment branding and new media ventures.
Senior staff nurse Ruth Knight, 45, left son Gareth and friend Dominic Herald, both 12, queuing for the film as she took her daughter to see Skeleton Key.
Kate, whose latest film, Skeleton Key, premiered in London this week, recalled: 'If we were going to hang around the set, we were working in wardrobe or hair and make-up or helping out in the camera department.