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an alloy of tin with some copper and antimony

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line with a Babbitt metal

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Babbit's new coming-of-age comedy boasts a great ensemble cast that includes Sea, Turner, model Jenny Shimizu, Melanie Mayron (Thirtysomething), Carly Pope (Popular, Dirt), Nicole Vicius (Half Nelson, Last Days), professional skateboarder Lauren Mollica, Melonie Diaz (Raising Victor Vargas), and Deak Evgenikos (Hung, Hummer).
"I never thought of myself as a lesbian in high school, but everyone else thought I was," recalls Jamie Babbit, the director of the new absurdist comedy But I'm a Cheerleader.
The inside scoop: When it came time to film the movie's pivotal love scene between DuVall and Lyonne, Babbit, who has directed half a dozen episodes of Popular, found herself facing new and different challenges.
In Babbit's film the treatment center director asks each client to reveal her or his "root" -- the thing that "made" them queer.
For Chris, taking on the role of Charlie Babbit was a no brainer.
Mathew, 39, and 30-year-old Ed, will play brothers Raymond and Charlie Babbit.
Mathew, 39, and 30-year-old will play brothers Raymond and Charlie Babbit.
"People started to really pay attention at that point," said Angie Babbit, spokeswoman for Monarch Watch, a group dedicated to research, educational outreach and advocacy for the monarch butterfly, its habitat and fall migration.
Inspired by the Oscar-winning film starring Tom Cruise and Dustin Hoffman, it tells the story of two brothers, Charlie and Raymond Babbit.
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Runny Babbit, star of Shel Silverstein's bestselling book, is back!
The latter dark comedy is by lesbian director Jamie Babbit, whose 1999 comedy But Fm a Cheerleader, about a lesbian teen sent to a reparative therapy camp, launched her career.
Jamie Babbit's But I'm a Cheerleader is one of the breakout independent film hits of the 1999-2000 season.
Class of 2018: Jose Acosta and Brooke English, highest honors; Brenden Locarno, William Moalli and Mary Wanamaker, high honors; and Cassandra Allen, Katherine Babbit, Gabrielle Benoit, Alanna Harrington, Shania Kosenko and Michael Piotte, honors.