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ringer

1. a quoit thrown so as to encircle a peg
2. such a throw
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On radio he has appeared on Talk Radio's World Cup Team, BBC Radio 4s Dead Ringers and the Breakfast Show on Virgin Radio.
"If you like Dead Ringers on Radio 4, you'll love this show.
Love, 61, said in his press release: "MP Andy Love has talked of his amusement at being singled out as a 'dead ringer' for X Factor contestant Wagner by a left-wing news and gossip blog.
DEAD RINGERS Tom and Mark Cindy Crawford and Kaya DNA MATCH: 5/5 Lindsay Lohan and mum Dina DNA MATCH: 3/5 David Beckham and RomeoDNA MATCH: 3/5 Katie Holmes and SuriDNA MATCH: 3/5 Miley Cyrus and mum TishDNA MATCH: 2/5 Gary Lineker and George DNA MATCH: 5/5 Goldie Hawn & Kate HudsonDNA MATCH: 2/5 Jarvis Cocker and Albert DNA MATCH: 5/5 Brad Pitt and ShilohDNA MATCH: 4/5 Kirk Douglas and Michael DNA MATCH: 4/5 Bruce Willis and RumerDNA MATCH: 2/5 Madonna and Lourdes DNA MATCH: 3/5 Heath Ledger and Matilda DNA MATCH: 3/5 Martin Sheen & Emilio Estevez DNA MATCH: 4/5 Will Smith and Jaden DNA MATCH: 3/5 Vanessa Redgrave & Joely Richardson DNA MATCH: 4/5
In 2003 she was nominated for a Bafta in the make-up and hair design category for her work on Dead Ringers, missing out to an artist on Little Britain.
She won an Emmy award in 2000 for her work on Arabian Nights and in 2003 she was nominated for a Bafta for her work on Dead Ringers.
THE original Dead Ringer for hundreds of famous voices and faces, Jon Culshaw, is coming to Wolverhampton.
That's because he's being played by Dead Ringers impressionist Jon Culshaw in a special primetime anniversary special.
David Cronenberg's creepily brilliant Dead Ringers (Warner Home Video, $19.96; available June 7) left out the gay content from the source novel, Twins, but we're willing to let that go.
The brace is a positively mediaeval contraption, reminiscent of the gothic gynecological instruments that Cronenberg devised for Dead Ringers.
The osteocytes are "dead ringers" for those present in living vertebrates, he notes.