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American geneticist who succeeded in transferring a functioning gene from one mouse to another (born in 1934)


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Warren Hofstra's edited collection Sweet Dreams: The- World of Patsy Cline lifts the veil of stardom to reveal the social forces that made Cline a success.
Eclectic and melodic, "Evil" will draw comparisons to Sheryl Crow, and the firmly country 'There Won't Be Anymore" would make Patsy Cline proud.
I also particularly enjoy Dinah Washington's This Bitter Earth, Brook Benton's Hotel Happiness and Patsy Cline with The Jordanaires singing When I Get Through With You.
His long-awaited solo album "Get Wild" features superstar collaborations including tie-ups with Tommy Lee, Diddy, Daniel Beddingfied, Patsy Cline and Chuck D.
In this two-volume set, 24 profiles of women in popular music are presented, including Tori Amos, Ani DiFranco, Carole King, Madonna, Joni Mitchell, Dolly Parton, Aretha Franklin, Bonnie Raitt, Diana Ross, Patti Smith, Tina Turner, the Indigo Girls, Janis Joplin, Patsy Cline, Missy Elliott, Mary J.
look for another job; and, finally, Desert Island Disc - Crazy, by Patsy Cline.
Tribute to evergreen songs by Hank Williams, Patsy Cline, Johnny Cash and others
The Mechanics Goes Country will see the Country Couzins perform some of the great nostalgic country music from the likes of Johnny Cash, Don Williams, Patsy Cline, Hank Willliams and many others.
Which actress portrayed Patsy Cline in the film Sweet Dreams?
Regardless, she's the Patsy Cline of the 21st-century space set, and anything she sings about breeds pleasurable spine shivers.
It's funny; we always maintain in the strongest terms that we are no fan of country music, yet, if ever given the chance to go back in time to see and hear (in person) any performer, there really is only one choice--country crooner Patsy Cline.
He has designed CD covers for top country singers, including Kenny Rogers, Willie Nelson, Dolly Parton and Patsy Cline.
Forty years after her death, Patsy Cline (1932-63) is a bigger star than ever.
And it puts the tragedy in context with others where stars have died young in plane crashes--from Glenn Miller to Patsy Cline to Otis Redding to Richie Valens.
The acts performed reinforced that theme, from the Sarasota Youth Opera singing "My Country 'Tis of Thee" to Kyle Turoff betting out the American pop culture classics of Patsy Cline.