Douglas cul-de-sac

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Doug·las cul-de-sac

n. saco de Douglas, pliegue del peritoneo que se introduce entre el recto y el útero.
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SQUADS SCOTLAND - Barry Ferguson, Rab Douglas, James McFadden, Don Hutchison, Lee McCulloch, Mark Burchill, Simon Donnelly, Jackie McNamara, Charlie Miller, Stephen McManus.
The band, made up of Sam Douglas, James Gillett, Joe Savins and Dave Rawling, will be performing at The Venue in Derby on October 27.
Seinfeld then took goofy questions from the VIP audience, including Michael Douglas, James Franco, Dakota Johnson and Sarah Palin, who asked, "How much do you think Lorne Michaels would pay me to run in 2016?'' "Run for president?'' Seinfeld replied.
| SPOTLIGHT: Prime Minister David Cameron with the three X Factor finalists Jahmene Douglas, James Arthur and Christopher Maloney, judge Nicole Scherzinger and schoolchildren in Downing Street for the switching on of the Christmas tree lights
Christopher will battle it out with Jahmene Douglas, James Arthur and Union J on the show tonight.
Before the advent of private jets for A-list travel, dancing legend Fred Astaire, Kirk Douglas, James Stewart and Katherine Hepburn were just some of the big screen icons to stop off at Shannon Airport to refuel after crossing the ocean from America.