fey


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having, brought about by, or relating to supernatural powers or magic

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slightly insane

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suggestive of an elf in strangeness and otherworldliness

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Another Fey favourite Jane Krakowski, who 30 Rock fans will remember, also returns to the screen as Kimmy's employer Mrs Voorhies.
Fey added: Businesses today are facing significant security challenges as they attempt to leverage new technologies to provide a better customer experience while trying to protect customer data and other confidential information from cybercriminals.
For additional information on Garnier, new product launches and Garnier's partnership with Tina Fey, please visit www.
Tina Fey, Nat Wolff and Paul Rudd toil in vain to deliver laughs and tenderness
In fact, after one particularly graphic feminine-hygiene analogy, there is a brief authorial pause during which Fey thanks any hapless male who may be reading for buying the book.
Steve Carell and Tina Fey are perfectly cast as the parents trapped in a state of bland indifference, who just need several brushes with death to remind them what is important.
In Date Night he's paired up with Emmy award-winning actor Tina Fey.
THE BIG picture DATE NIGHT (15, 88 mins) IJUST want to go out and do a movie and hang off the end of a car, said Tina Fey before she took the role in Shawn Levy's hysterical action comedy.
IF YOU ASKED TINA FEY if her depiction of Sarah Palin on Saturday Night Live helped sway November's presidential election, she'd give you an unequivocal no.
FOR all those who have been watching the show with bated breath since day one, there has always been one big unanswered question looming over them: exactly what is the truth behind the mysterious death of Fey Sommers?
Urban Fey Book I: The Urban Court is a truly unique fantasy graphic novel based on the idea that, in today's modern world, fairies would inhabit not only places of nature but representations of the modern human city as well.
This is unabashedly frothy fun that provides plum roles for Saturday Night Live cohorts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.
Alan Fey grew up in a different world than you and me--unless you happened to hang out with Mick Jagger backstage at McNichols Arena.
Its central conflict isn't about fertility but class, and writer-director Michael McCullers gets his best results when he lets Fey and Poehler have at each other.