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fester

a small ulcer or sore containing pus
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Starring Kirt Hammonds (Gomez), Julie Easter (Morticia), Danielle Aley (Wednesday), Ollie Cunliffe (Pugsley), Phil Burrows (Fester), Liz Berrisford (Grandma), John Smith (Lurch), Liz Bristowe (Cousin Itt), Becky Skeels (Thing), Gareth Busson (Mal Beineke), Clare Hazeldine (Alice Beineke) and Jonny Painting (Lucas Beineke), the show is at the town hall from October 8-12.
HAPPY Mondays hellraiser Shaun Ryder is so bald he says he looks like Uncle Fester in The Addams Family.
For too long in Scotland under-achievment was allowed to fester and ambition stifled.
The state of the world today is akin to the sufferings of a patient whose sores, cleverly camouflaged with surgical tape, have been left to fester. Innocent people continue to die cruel and untimely deaths the world over deaths that could, and should, be avoidable.
Fester, a black and white moggie, is feared to have been hit by a pellet fired from an air rifle or BB gun.
She said that long-standing and internationally-recognized Kashmir and Palestine issues continue to fester, augmenting challenges of a more turbulent and volatile world.
The characters were Gomez and Morticia Addams, their children Wednesday and Pugsley, Uncle Fester, Grandmama, the butler Lurch, the disembodied hand Thing, and the hairy Cousin Itt.
The weirdness is totally in character as Les is currently playing Uncle Fester in the UK tour of musical comedy The Addams Family.
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.
Sir John said censoring the papers meant suspicions about the Iraq War would "fester." His intervention came after Sir John Chilcot's inquiry into the invasion was branded a "whitewash" because it will only publish the "gist" of 25 notes and 130 taped talks between Mr Blair Mr Bush.