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"beta...beta...beta...patience...patience...patience" --- "Conflict Resolution...without Compromise"
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He served on Apollo 10 (1969) and Apollo 17 (1972).

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From USA Today

See Debbie Reynolds' best musical number ever

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It can't have been easy to tap between dance greats Gene Kelly and Donald O'Connor, but Debbie Reynolds made the task look effortless in the song Good Morning from Singin' in the Rain.In a scene from the classic 1952 musical, Reynolds, who died Wednesday at age 84, dances in the kitchen, jumps on an ottoman, leaps onto a bench, skips down the stairs and – most impressively – speedily taps alongside two of the most athletic dancers of their time.Singin' in the Rain was ranked by the American Film Institute as the greatest movie musical of all time – and Good Morning is Reynolds' best dance performance onscreen.One would never guess it from the joyous movie clip, but Reynolds struggled to film the Good Morning sequence, as she had no dance training before playing Kathy Selden at age 19. "The two hardest things I ever did in my life are childbirth and Singin' in the Rain," Reynolds famously said years after the film came out.



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Performing as the Sugar Plum Fairy, Katherine Free dances with Pig, the dog, during the Birmingham Ballet's "Mutt-cracker," a rendition of the famous ballet "The Nutcracker," in Birmingham, Ala. Pig was a featured performer, wearing a pink tutu and dancing alone with the Sugar Plum Fairy in Act 2.

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The castle has played host to a number of famous figures over the centuries... “You’ve got a building where a teenage King James V watched from the safety of its battlements while the Scott and Douglas clans fought over his custody in the Battle of Melrose in 1526."


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“Did you recently hear that NASA changed the zodiac signs?” the headline reads. “Nope, we definitely didn’t.” They didn’t change any zodiac signs, they wrote, they just did the math.
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