Whovian


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Whovian

(ˈhuːvɪən)
n
(Broadcasting) a fan of the science fiction television series Doctor Who
adj
(Broadcasting) of or relating to the science fiction television series Doctor Who or its fans
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Alongside sister running programs like the Whovian Running Club that honors fans of the "Doctor Who" television series, the Potterhead Running Club will continue to organize "virtual" running events that connect fans in a fitness community, with proceeds going to charities around the world.
It's guest stars a-go-go as Shaun Dooley (Broadchurch) and Art Malik (Cold Whovian moment.
Shirley Lua, once described by a seatmate as "a human bomb" while she ever-valiantly made Rizal'sNoliandEl Filirelevant and scintillating with a kind of mania that would easily put the most rabid Whovian to shame.
"Brad is a Whovian, but for me, Tosin and Mandip, we're very much new to it, so that can be terrifying when you are auditioning for it.
She said: "Brad is a Whovian but for me, Tosin and Mandip, we're very much new to it, so that can be terrifying when you are auditioning for it.
Lara Croft is back, a positively Whovian regeneration of the role that helped make Angelina Jolie a megastar.
Credit to the BBC for breaking with Whovian tradition over one of TV's biggest roles.
The identification of the consumer profile, Whovian, represents an opportunity to increase sales in this segment and increase market participation in toy collecting.
Who-like, the self-confessed Whovian says that it was the film version of Seth Grahame-Smith's 'Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter' that inspired 'Love and Gravity.'
"I'm still campaigning to be the next Doctor," admits the lifelong Whovian, laughing.
Event Annie's Book Stop of Worcester is hosting Matt Herring of Secret Identity Podcast, who will share his Whovian fan guide, "The Unofficial Doctor Who Compansion,'' 3-5 p.m.
"Frozen is a great family movie that expresses sisterly love," says Whovian, 12, New Jersey.