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Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas" (1965) 4) "A Christmas Story" (1983) 5) "The Santa Clause" (1994) 6) "It's A Wonderful Life" (1946) 7) "Jingle All the Way" (1996) 8) "Prancer" (1989) 9) "Jack Frost" (1998) 10) "Scrooged" (1988) Top 10 Film Flubs in the Top 10 Holiday Films at Blockbuster
FRIEND FLUB #2 She's got her 3y attached to her hand, and won't give it up--even for you.
Perry has since made the famous flub a re-occurring joke on the campaign trail, and he generally gets hearty applause and laughter when he does it.
Ron Paul on stage may have disrupted his train of thought, causing the flub.
Low-scoring nuns were 30 times as likely as the high scorers to flub the Mini-Mental State Exam, a standard test of cognitive function.
He passed his medical at Manchester United yesterday and will play for the flub for four years.
However, if a warm-up contains a flub, a flawed competitive performance receives a minimal score and an error-free routine scores undeservedly low.
If you quit piano lessons or flub a few shots during a soccer game or flunk a pop quiz in French class, is this the end of your brilliant career before it's really even started?
If you flub a jump and fall into a bed of spikes, one press-and-hold of the button dials you back to a moment when you were on solid footing.
In the Roundup: Amid a debate full of substance, GOP presidential hopeful Ted Cruz had a rare flub.
FluA H1N1 and FluA H3N2 as well as FluB Yamagatal and FluB Beiying were grown on Madin-Darby--Canine-Kidney (MDCK) cells with serum-free MEM containing 1 [micro]g/ml of trypsin, 2 mM of l glutamine, 100 U/ml of penicillin, and 0.
She started wondering what kind of belt would improve this fashion flub.
The clip of Arbelaez's flub made the social media rounds online after the episode featuring her now infamous slip-up aired Thursday.
Sounds pretty bad--another flub by the flubmeister.