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I suspect that, while her height and gingerness might have been bonuses, Kara might have got the part even if she'd been a 5ft tall brunette.
A hacker calling himself His Royal Gingerness has admitted two cyberattacks on the websites of an airport and a hospital.
CELTIC heritage, gingerness and accents as far as Hollywood is concerned, are all things that have brought Ireland and Scotland closer together for generations.
Ferguson isn't after the football person, or the Black Eyed Pea, but Sarah Ferguson's dad, because of the mutual gingerness, and also because then the middle name can be Ronald, after Ronald Meowington.
Last year medical student Rowena, aged 26, scooped first prize by reciting her own poem about gingerness alongside friends in homemade orange wigs.
I refuse to apologise for my gingerness, but I can tell that people think I should.
His Royal Gingerness, Prince Harry of Harassment, scuffled with a photographer outside a nightclub last week.
Before the redhead posse wages carrot-topped war on me, I should say I don't think of gingerness as a bad thing.
What can you expect from the country that exported the Krankies, gingerness, and that bloke with the built-up shoe who was always hanging around outside my local Tesco.
It's hard to say to what extent Clinton's chumminess with lawyers, gingerness with doctors, and lighthandedness with estate laws is evidence of class self-preservation and how much is simply hugging the shores of what is politically possible.
Ferguson and Major isn't after the football person, or the Black Eyed Pea, but Sarah Ferguson's dad, because of the mutual gingerness, and also because then the middle name can be Ronald, after Ronald Meowington.
One was a screen icon, the other is a big time Hollywood actress - not the biggest challenge in the world for hair and make-up, give or take a bit of gingerness.