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At the dizziest heights of its perfection, it DOES stir the emotions.
In the biggest, nuttiest, dizziest story of the first-ever World Baseball Classic, Canada not only defeated the United States 8-6 on Wednesday at Chase Field but left the whole sport's home team in danger of being knocked out of the tournament before it plays another game.
Plus, we'll share some amazing Pennsylvania footage of the dizziest deer ever
These are the women whose names are on the lips of people the world over, whose careers are headed for the dizziest heights and whose looks will scorch the back off your retina.
The New York Post called "The New Mel Brooks Musical Young Frankenstein" a Broadway musical "at its dizziest, glitziest and funniest.
Michael says: "To me it was like his career had gone full circle, starting in the back lounge room of my house and reaching the dizziest of heights, then back to playing this song.
NEW YORK -- It may stand as the dizziest dozen minutes in first lady Michelle Obama's reign.
Hastening past the open doors in sullen silence, their Liverpool counterparts miserably meditated on their team's continuing inability to cling on to the Premiership ladder's dizziest rungs.
Biog: She's Hollywood's dizziest blonde and her first break came on television 30 years ago in Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In, which, in turn, earned her a part in the film Cactus Flower.