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Psycho

Hitchcock’s classic horror film. [Am. Cinema: NCE, 1249]
See: Horror
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TV Tokyo partnered with Netflix to produce the live-action adaptation of 'Mob Psycho 100'.
Border Psycho is working with Newport Beach, CA based GRDLOC Partners LLC to import its products and coordinate distribution.
Although it is a recent addition to the Psycho Snacks range, the corn is proving popular, according to the Bristol-based firm's MD and founder Nick Moore.
She said the establishment of Psycho Trauma Centre at provincial levels was need of the hour for taking out the victims from mental and psychological shocks and to resolve their psycho and social problems.
Psycho was shot between 11 November 1959 and 1 February i960, and premiered in New York City on 16 June 1960.
The band were initially called Spring Plains, in honour of the flatlands from which Knight hailed, and when they later settled on the Cosmic Psychos, it was with a sigh.
The supporting performances are uniformly excellent, particularly Johansson as Psycho star Janet Leigh, Collette as the much put-upon secretary Peggy Robertson and Biel as Vera Miles, a starlet who Hitch held a long-standing grudge against.
Psycho, a white leghorn hen, was the most traumatised when reunited with Lynfa and her 15-year-old son.
35) and Tony Martin, trainer of Psycho who ran second to New Phase at Cork last month, said yesterday: "He's in good form and the race conditions suit.
ISLAMABAD, April 18, 2011 (Balochistan Times): Helping for Hand Relief and Development (HHRD) begins psycho social uplifting of child program in flood- affected area of the country.
TONY McCOY would surely love to win the Vote AP Gold Cup at Cheltenham, but Irish raider Psycho is primed to spoil the party.