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Minnelli

(mɪˈnɛlɪ)
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(Biography) Liza (ˈlaɪzə). born 1946, US actress and singer, daughter of Judy Garland. Her films include Charlie Bubbles (1968), Cabaret (1972), Arthur (1981), and Stepping Out (1991)
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With her big dark eyes and pixie cut, Anna looked like a younger, Yiddish-er Liza Minelli and was working toward her D.
But Muntari had been trying to explain to referee Daniele Minelli that a group of Cagliari fans had allegedly racially abused him.
Muntari complained to referee Daniele Minelli in the last minute, insisting he had heard racist chants.
David Gest, el productor musical que fue el cuarto marido de Liza Minelli, fue encontrado sin vida en la habitacion de un hotel de Londres.
A friend of Liza Minelli since they were awkward classmates at a London tutorial school, her best anecdotes came from that era.
While she was chewing over the idea of the dash, she discovered the work of Italian artist Filippo Minelli, who used coloured smoke in a series of photos.
The musical, which premiered on Broadway on 1966 and was turned into a movie with Liza Minelli, has won eight Oscars, seven BAFTAs and 13 Tonys.
An appearance with John Wilson at the BBC Proms from the Royal Albert Hall, broadcast nationally on BBC2, a support slot with Lisa Minelli at London's Kenwood House, live performances on national TV, as well as her two weekly shows on Radio 2, are just some of the highlights of the last 12 months.
Se ha localizado en Argentina, Australia, Cuba, Dinamarca, Ecuador (Islas Galapagos), Espana (Islas Canarias), Estados Unidos (Hawaii y el estado de Illinois), Francia, Italia (Milan, localidad tipo), Islas Reunion, Madagascar, Mexico, Palestina, Republica Democratica del Congo, Suecia, Tanzania y Venezuela (Enghoff 1975, Edgecombe & Giribet 2003, Minelli 2006).
She joins the likes of Michael Jackson, James Cameron, Liza Minelli and even Mickey Mouse on the Walk of Fame.
Ludwig Minelli, the head of the Dignitas clinic in Zurich that provides assisted suicides, told the Swiss newspaper Blick Sonntag that a "change in the law is required to give dementia sufferers and their families more opportunities.