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Jekyll

(ˈdʒɛkəl)
n
(Biography) Gertrude. 1843–1932, British landscape gardener: noted for her simplicity of design and use of indigenous plants
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DR JEKYLL & MR HYDE CLOTHING BUSINESS partners Andrew Wetherell and Anthony Wilkinson opened Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Tattoo Studio in February but their venture into fashion, Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Clothing, officially opened last Saturday.
Relaxing at the plush Blythswood Hotel in Glasgow, a kilted Marti said: "I read Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde as a pupil at Clydebank High School.
Scottish writer, whose works include, Treasure Island and The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.
The play - The Strange Case Of Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde As Told To Carl Jung By An Inmate Of The Broadmoor Asylum - is based on the book by Robert Louis Stevenson and adapted by Mark Ryan.
The website is the first major internet collection dedicated to the Scots author of novels such as Kidnapped, Treasure Island and Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde.
His performance in the twin lead roles of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde for Halifax Amateur Operatic Society earned him standing ovations and rave reviews.
THIS is X Factor hopeful Rhydian Roberts showing his nasty side - playing schizophrenic Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.
THIS Robert Louis Stevenson classic tells the story of the placid Dr Jekyll and his metamorphosis into the evil, yet exciting, Mr Hyde.
BRITAIN'S only sufferer of a sleep disorder that changed him from a mild Dr Jekyll into a violent Mr Hyde has been cured.
Four good actors battle heroically with the piece which relies upon philosophical dissertation and the effect is generally more calming than exciting since it is full of statements such as "Man is not one body but two" - something that certainly explains Dr Jekyll's dilemma.
Julia plays Dr Jekyll's housemaid in this week's big new movie Mary Reilly.
She's been bionic, she's worn a bonnet, she's done battle with Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and she almost killed Dirty Den.