incoronation

incoronation

(ɪnˌkɒrəˈneɪʃən)
adj
a crowning; coronation
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"In fact, I spoke to her the other week from the set of a new film she was making with Bruce Jones (who played Les Battersby inCoronation Street) and she was happy, full of life and cracking jokes.
The sassy Underworld worker, played by Tupele Dorgu, first appeared inCoronation Streetback in 2004 and took viewers on a whirlwind of storylines, fast becoming a well-loved character.
A young Welsh actor and producer making his mark on Hollywood has landed a part inCoronation Street after roles in big name TV series like Grey's Anatomy and Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders.
From starting out as Bert Bradshaw inCoronation Streetin 1964, he has played a plethora of memorable characters as diverse as downtrodden shop assistant Granville in Open all Hours, the voice of 80s cartoon superheroDanger Mouse, scheming country bumpkin Pop Larkin in The Darling Buds of May, to the phenomenal success of his role as Derek 'Del Boy' Trotter in Only Fools and Horses.
Les, who has spent much of the last three years playing former convict Michael Rodwell inCoronation Street, says the offer of the part of Fester came at just the right moment.
In 1716, Pope Clement XI signed the Act of Incoronation and the image was crowned on September 8, 1717 in the presence of about 200,000 faithful.
This used to be called the "incoronation" Mass on the style of a king taking up his crown.
``For one series I was the other lead in the Avengers with Patrick Macnee and I later appeared inCoronation Street as Ken Barlow's friend from university who ended up running away with his wife.
"Most commonly, and as we saw in Jack Webster's story inCoronation Streetlast summer, this is undertaken by surgeons in the operating theatre in a bid to control a secondary infection or to stop toxins released by the dying tissue further poisoning the body.
Andy Newton Lee, 38, who has also starred inCoronation StreetandCasualtycollapsed on May 23 near his home in Los Angeles.