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United States comedienne remembered as the confused but imperturbable partner of her husband, George Burns (1906-1964)

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Gracie | a wheelchair Gracie's mum Yvette, from Mynydd Isa, near Mold, says the development has given them hope Wales will follow suit.
st] Annual Gracie Awards Gala, happening on May 24, 2016 at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel and Gracies Awards Luncheon, June 21, 2016 in New York City at Cipriani 42[sup.
Three-year-old Gracie popped the bulb into her aunt's garden last autumn and has been longing to see it grow.
Laurie said: "The worst I saw Gracie was when her hands went almost black and looked about to drop off.
Gracie, from Barry, was diagnosed with Raynaud's a year ago when she was 16 months old - despite Laurie noticing she was often cold from birth.
Gracie could not bear to see Santa eating alone, and asked her mom if she could keep him company.
When she should have been playing with friends and enjoying her favourite swimming lessons with her mum, Gracie instead spent the second half of the year facing up to gruelling treatment to beat the disease.
Before the event, Gracie bravely stood up in front of a packed hall and explained to onlookers why she was getting her haircut for the Little Princess Trust charity.
The inventor of the Gracie Fish Intake Diffuser has developed a working prototype that has been utilized with success.
Gracie, a PE teacher, put his hands down the shorts of a boy who was under 14 at the time.
Like young starstruck fans, around 200 senior instructors formed a beeline to click a photograph with whom they regard as the legend of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu -- Renzo Gracie.
Gracie and Josh offers an emotionally engaging and relevant entry into drama for younger students.
Gracie tells the story about her performance as the lacy Wincy Spider in a film shot by her brother Josh.
London-based Tim Moore, 48, provoked anger in Forth, Lanarkshire, when he wrote a book which mocked the late George Gracie, who was 7ft 3in.
COULD you give a new home to Gracie, a Saluki cross Lurcher aged between three and four years old?