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 (băngk′hĕd′), Tallulah Brockman 1902-1968.
American actress noted for her wit, glamour, and performances in plays, such as The Little Foxes (1939), and motion pictures, including Lifeboat (1944).

Bankhead

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(Biography) Tallulah (Brockman). 1902–68, US stage and film actress; her successes included the plays The Little Foxes (1939) and The Skin of Our Teeth (1942)
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Noun1.Bankhead - uninhibited United States actress (1903-1968)
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The Big Berry Bash at Bankhead of Kinloch, Meigle, which visitors have signed up to join, is organised by Lucozade Ribena Suntory (LRS) - the blackcurrant crop's end user, to give the public an insight into the way the crop is grown and harvested.
Prime bullocks topped at 240p for a British Blue from D Dickinson, Brockwoodlees, Canonbie purchased by T Johnston, Butcher, Falkirk and to PS1451 for a Limousin from J and N Kerr, Bankhead, Aberdour, also purchased by T Johnston, Butcher, Falkirk.
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Trevor Bankhead, 45, works as a commercial diver in Scotland and travelled more than 170 miles to Durham to help search for Euan after speaking to his brother Gary who had also been involved in the search.
Trevor Bankhead, 45, works as a commercial diver in Scotland and travelled more than 170 miles to Durham to help search for missing student Euan Coulthard after speaking to his brother Gary who had been involved in the search.
LOUIS -- Blues guitarist Tommy Bankhead rubbed shoulders with some of the genre's royalty, from Howlin' Wolf and Elmore James to Albert King and Sonny Boy Williamson.
The cows escaped from Bankhead Dairy Farm and were first spotted by resident Jim McNicol.
Down the hall, ARS geologist Natasha Bankhead has also been studying streambanks, but she's focusing on how removing mature plants can weaken the structures--and how adding young riparian plants can support them.
Bankhead has used her findings to develop a program called "RIPROOT," which models the effects of riparian vegetation on streambank stability.
"Battery" (2008), Steven Bankhead's last exhibition at Circus Gallery, comprised a series of medium-size charcoal renderings of collaged material that the artist had culled from billboards, posters, flyers, stickers, T-shirts, graffiti, and other ephemera.
The results of these endeavors are still alive and ready to be experienced the minute visitors park in the middle of Bankhead Street downtown and stroll among the shops dotting the main thoroughfare.