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fester

a small ulcer or sore containing pus
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There's no word on any casting yet for other roles including Morticia, Wednesday, Pugsley, Lurch or Uncle Fester.
Well, Fester has no hair and when we first talked about that for the show I said I would go with a bald cap because my kids wouldn't want me to be bald for six months.
The audience enjoyed songs from the show and children were led around the hall by Fester the Jester (Jane Adamson) and King Prawn (Barbara Casson) singing 'When we get married we'll have sausages for tea.
After letting the crisis on the border fester for over a month, Washington is still barely doing anything to stem the tide of migrant children entering our country, forcing Texas to act on its own, writes state Rep.
He slammed the Cabinet Office for withholding the documents, telling the BBC: "Firstly, it will leave suspicions unresolved and those suspicions will fester and maybe worsen.
But this year, he decided that dressing as electrically charged Uncle Fester from the Addams Family - complete with hand in a box "Thing" - was the ideal way to get the message across.
ambassador to Sri Lanka expressed alarm at rising hate speech and attacks against Muslims in the island nation and warned that such sentiments should not be allowed to fester.
Dominique Fester admits Slow Genius is "one of the most enjoyable things I've done".
Imagine the scene: streets lined with scores of black bags as rodents fester on our rubbish, spreading the waste up and down the road, with no collection due for days.
TWO thugs attacked Halloween revellers dressed as Pugsley and Uncle Fester with pickaxe handles.
A $5,000 repair job could become a $500,000 project if left to fester before being tackled.