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Music an improvised accompaniment, consisting largely of chords
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Hanging from the ceiling are Iain's PVC "Slosh outfit" based on a bottle of Vanish - renamed Vampish Ready 4 Anything - and an elaborate Chinese temple dress constructed with layers of brightly-coloured oriental fabric.
Archie Andrews is a red headed, small town guy with two lady loves - girl next door Betty and the vampish Veronica.
Whether you hanker after the pale tones of Bella or prefer something altogether more vampish like the Volturi's eerie Jane, creating the perfect Twilight inspired makeup doesn't have to be difficult.
For lips that scream sensuality, this vampish shade packs a powerful punch.
The former burlesque performer updates the female soulstress template with vampish, theatrical flair.
MATERIAL GIRL BBC OneWales, 8pm Ever since Lenora Crichlow, right, first appeared on our screens as the vampish, Lolita-esque Maria "Sugar" Sweet in the wonderfully funny teen comedy drama, Sugar Rush in 2005, male viewers have been infatuated.
The sublime Watermark, distilled to such a simple arrangement, was hauntingly melodic, reminiscent of the breathy melancholia Cat Power essayed before her vampish reinvention.
The lead Spirit Girl, her status as such clear from her vampish looks, assertive presence, and greater involvement in the narrative, at one point faces an image of herself lying motionless beneath the surface of a pond.
Israeli-born actress Florence Ezekiel, who boarded a boat to India in the late 1940s, changed her name to Nadira and played a series of vampish women in Bollywood movies, died Feb.
From elegant to ultra-sexy in their vampish outfits, Stephanie wears a Gucci-style figure-hugging red corset dress with sexy over-the-knee black boots and a black lace and feather shawl.
In keeping with the name, the widget's black and silver casing gives it suitably vampish good looks.
The Lola of Adriana Martino is suitably vampish, while her husband Alfio, sung by Giangiacomo Guelfi, appears wooden and two-dimensional.