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oscar

n. the penis. Stop scratching your oscar in public!
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htm#article_header) Cate Blanchett looked stunning in the one-shoulder strap gown at 2005 Oscar Awards red carpet.
Given that many Oscar ceremonies begin with a killer opening only for everything to go downhill from there, Sunday's telecast was a refreshing change of pace.
After further business stops in Washington and Montana, Oscar was at last reunited with the Anselmis on September 23.
Someday, Oscar may have the smarts to recognize the consummate skill of a performance like Rupert Everett's in My Best Friend's Wedding.
Then there are the tallies of Oscar nominations and Oscar victories.
In September 1993, the jury in the district court determined that Oscar Mayer patents were valid and that ConAgra had "willfully" infringed them.
That's fitting for Oscar week," MacDowell said to a girlfriend.
Oscar had two weeks to polish his performance and chemistry with Weber (of television's Wings and the film Jeffrey) until the critics returned.
Before putting it on the air, we exposed our new wiener song to the trade," commented Oscar Mayer's General Advertising Manager William B.
com, the official site for the 78th Annual Academy Awards(R), is giving movie fans a behind-the-scenes sneak peek into Oscar preparations with exclusive video, fashion, nominee line-up, a printable ballot, and other interactive features before the big night
And while the stretch limousine has yet to be produced in hybrid form, more than a handful of Oscar nominees will sacrifice some of that extra leg room to travel to the award show in green transportation.
Critic and Arizona State University professor Emanuel Levy takes a more analytic approach to the awards in Oscar Fever (Continuum), breaking them down in every way possible.