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A display of Prince Philip's most memorable expletives is also likely if photographers continue to dawdle while taking his f*** picture.
Memorable lyric: Bop, bop, bop, bop, bop, bop, bop, bop, this is Planet Earth.
Moving on to Week 4 of "Dancing With the Stars," the episode saw the performance of remaining 10 couples in "Most Memorable Year" segment.
This is a very subtle quality, because we don't want to take your face and replace it with the most memorable one in our database.
You want to keep the conversation about them, while still delivering enough about your business to sound exciting, intriguing and memorable.
Summary: DUBAI - Kuoni India's outbound travel brand SOTC announced the launch of its outlet in Dubai to create memorable holiday experiences for Non-Resident Indian (NRI) travellers.
Washington, May 25 (ANI): A new study from MIT neuroscientists has shown that the most memorable photos are those that contain people, followed by static indoor scenes and human-scale objects.
The Ambassador presented a memorable photo of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto and his visit to North Korea.
Summary: Bangalore, July 06, 2010, SPA -- India&'s first Naval Light Combat Aircraft, the LCA (Navy) NP1, rolled out here Tuesday with Defence Minister A K Antony describing the occasion as a "defining and a memorable moment.
Of special note is her insights, instructions, advices, and commentary on how to create a truly memorable dinner party (including tips on planning the evening and even 'Wine Notes').
There are so many memorable events and players to draw from over that time, it's really impossible for me to single out just one.
Most memorable was 1987 flop It's a Royal Knockout.
Writers serious about learning how to create and develop memorable characters will relish 10 Steps to Creating Memorable Characters: A Writer's Workbook.
THE 1995 interviewof Princess Diana by Martin Bashir has been voted the most memorable of all time.