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Friday 09 July 1993
REAL-LIFE Siamese twins adorn Tod Browning's cult item Freaks (1932). Alexander Dumas' swashbuckling The Corsican Brothers (1947) are actually torn asunder and thus rendered 'normal'. But, in a nod to long-prevailing superstitions concerning twins, the distant duo Douglas Fairbanks Jnr and Douglas Fairbanks Jnr maintain a spiritual link, experiencing each other's pain, distress, and death throes.
Friday 16 April 1993
A baby girl has been taken into care after pieces of sewing needles were found inserted into her body - two months after her younger sister died after suffering similar injuries.
Friday 02 April 1993
Wednesday 31 March 1993
For copyright reasons we are not able to provide the full text of the poem on this database. Following are the details of the publication in which it appears.
Saturday 29 August 1992
HOLDERS of shares in regional electricity companies have until the end of next week to sell shares if they want to avoid the third and final call of 70p a share.
Fashion: A couture fairy tale (princess included): Once upon a time, there was a French philosophy student who came to England and won a sewing machine in a bet. Now she makes clothes that fill the wardrobes of the rich and famous. How did she do it? Lisa Armstrong tells the story of Catherine Walker
Thursday 16 July 1992
IN HER WAY, Catherine Walker is as influential in this country as Vivienne Westwood. Her evening wear and suits have become a byword for dramatic good taste among women who, though they might not be able to afford to buy her clothes regularly, limit themselves to just one or two outfits a year from her sales, or use her as a yardstick by which to judge less expensive clothes. And while her own exacting, made-to-measure designs are not cheap, versions of her beaded and fringed off-the-shoulder evening dresses and tuxedo-dresses have found their way on to the high street - a sure token of a designer's impact.
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