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Piper and the girls go after demons who try to harm her family.
24 Feb 2007
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Ogilvy spot created by Tim Piper. Directed by Tim Piper (treatment/post effects) and Y Staav (live action). Soho - post production, Rogue - editing, Vapor music - sound and mixing, Gabor Jurina - photography, Make-up - Diana Carreiro, music - Flashbulb and Vapor. Agency creative team: T Piper & M Kirkland.
4 Mar 2008
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http://mrcelebrityfeet.blogspot.com Staring some of the nicest pictures of celebrities in heels including... Aishwary Arai Alyssa Milano Amber Smith Anja Nejarri Billie Piper Claire Sweeney Fergie Sarah Michelle Gellar Tina Obrien Victoria Beckham and Victoria Silverstedt Don't forget to check my free blog http://mrcelebrityfeet.blogspot.com for more pictures and videos. Oh and if you love it or hate it, rate it!
29 Oct 2009
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Rai is The most beautiful woman on earth. Other Most beautiful women of all times are: Britney Spears Paris Hilton Angelina Jolie Lindsay Lohan Victoria Beckham Christina guilera Jennifer Aniston Madonna Beyonce Knowles Girls Aloud Liv Tyler Kylie Minogue Shilpa Shetty Halle Berry Alyssa Milano Kate Moss Aishwarya Rai Amanda Seyfried Danielle Lloyd Amber Heard Anna Nicole Smith Aisha Tyler Ashley Tisdale Charlotte Church Becki Newton Jessica Alba Kelly Brook Brittany Snow Alicia Silverstone Myleene Klass Shakira Jessica Simpson Jade Goody Carmen Electra Jennifer Lopez Lily Allen Michelle Dewberry Charlize Theron Nicole Richie Katie Holmes Sarah Harding Mischa Barton Pamela Anderson Alyssa Milano Kate Middleton Mariah Carey Eva Longoria Billie Piper Alyson Hannigan Pink Nikki Grahame Katie Price Brittany Murphy Gemma Atkinson Alexis Bledel Kirstie Alley Denise Richards Marilyn Monroe Gwen Stefani Nicole Kidman Scarlett Johansson Keira Knightley Natalia Oreiro Bianca Gascoigne Heather Mills Whitney Houston Sharon Osbourne Raquel Welch Suri Cruise Chelsy Davy Sophia Loren Malandra Burrows Tatana Kucharova Cameron Diaz Gail Porter Sienna Miller Janet Jackson Catherine Zeta Jones Louisa Lytton Abbey Clancy Ashlee Simpson Teri Hatcher Rihanna Kirsty Gallacher Sian Lloyd Susan Sarandon Rebecca Loos Carol Vorderman Bipasha Basu Amanda Bynes Nikitta Angus Tyra Banks Amy Winehouse Maria Sharapova Uma Thurman Lisa Moorish Victoria Hervey Dame Helen Mirren Joanna Christie America Ferrara Shakira Trish Stratus Carolina Salgado Fearne Cotton Martina Hingis Lisa Armstrong Daniela Hantuchova Ana Ivanovic Aimee Teegarden Carolina Kostner Minnie Driver Anna Kournikova Stacey Keibler Brigitte Bardot Serena Williams Alicia Silverstone Alyson Hannigan Gabriel Irimia Connie Fisher
6 Oct 2008
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Hot girls dancing on a table, Piper Perabo, Izabella Miko, Tyra Banks, Bridget Moynahan in a scene from Coyote Ugly.
26 Aug 2008
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Electric Power Rulez! Pretty freaky: a 12ft 30lbs Piper J3 Cub with unlimited vertical performance.
17 Mar 2008
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Coming to DVD February 2007! Some battles are not fought for money or power… Starring Jason Barry, Russell Wong, Roddy Piper, Remy Bonjasky, Masa Funaki, Nishi, Linda Park, Don Frye, Joanna Pacula and Rener & Rorion Gracie In a world where street gangs collide with the law, neighborhood friends, Raymond and Gabriel, must decide which side of the battle to join. When a brutal accident leaves the neighborhood streets bloody and scarred, Raymond is forced to the coldhearted confines of prison, while Gabriel is exiled to foreign lands and exposed to the horrors of war. Returning to the streets they call home, both warriors are now armed with the expert combat skills they will need to face the deadliest brawl of their lives, the battle of best friends. This will be the ultimate fight - the one for power, family, and HONOR. www.honorthemovie.com
12 Dec 2006
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NOTICIAS LUCTUOSAS, SE PRESENTABAN ESTE CUATRO DE JUNIO, PERO DE 1998, CUANDO MUERE EN LA CIUDAD DE CALI, COLOMBIA, VÍCTIMA DE LA VIOLENCIA QUE AZOTABA AL PAÍS, EL EX INTEGRANTE DE LA AGRUPACIÓN “THE LATIN BROTHERS”,“FRUKO Y SUS TESOS”, PIPER PIMIENTA DÍAZ, QUIÉN SE CONSAGRÓ CON EL TEMA “LAS CALEÑAS SON COMO LAS FLORES”. EL DÍA DE SU MUERTE, PIPER VENÍA DE ASISTIR A TERAPIAS EN EL CENTRO DE LA CIUDAD, SALIÓ AL ANTEJARDÍN DE SU CASA A LEER, COMO LO HACÍA EN LAS TARDES. HASTA ALLÍ LLEGARON DOS SUJETOS Y PIPER SE LEVANTÓ A ATENDERLOS Y MINUTOS MÁS TARDE SE ESCUCHARON LOS IMPACTOS DE BALA QUE CEGARON LA VIDA DE ESTA LEYENDA. AL PARECER POR UN AJUSTE DE CUENTAS. RECORDANDO A PIPER PIMIENTA DÍAZ LES PRESENTÓ EL AGUIJÓN MUSICAL. (elaguijonmusicalyahoo.es). Con la orquesta de Fruko, deja en el acetato ORIZA y su primer gran éxito, A LA MEMORIA DEL MUERTO, tema que inicialmente Fruko tuvo que vender en formato de sencillo en los grilles donde se presentaba, pero fue tal su aceptación que el segundo álbum de la orquesta lleva el título del tema, convirtiéndose en todo un clásico de la salsa colombiana. Nadie duda de que la seguidilla de éxitos no se habría interrupido de no ser por la pequeña rebelión que Piper encabezó en la orquesta de Fruko a quien incluso deja las pistas grabadas esperando su voz y que motivó su salida temporal y el descubrimiento de otro grande que fue llamado en su reemplazo, Joe Arroyo. ESTOS INFORMES Y MUCHOS MÁS, EN LA PROGRAMACIÓN DIARIA DE TÚ RADIO O MEDIO?, ESCRÍBENOS A: elaguijonmusicalyahoo.es Los informes de lo ocurrido en la música un día como hoy, con algo más de un minuto de duración son paquetes que enviamos a la emisoras vía e-mail cada semana con un promedio de 14 informes diarios, lo que sobrepasa los 400 informes al mes, por ello, ninguna emisora, a excepción de las que aparecen en lista, está autorizada a bajar los informes de Internet y transmitirlos, ya que de hacerlo está violando los derechos de autor. También ofrecemos los informes de última hora de algo más de dos minutos que se envían a diario en un promedio de tres unidades comentando los hechos recientes ocurridos en la música. El programa semanal de una hora, "POR LOS GÉNEROS DEL MUNDO", en el que recorremos el globo terráqueo hablando de los distintos géneros musicales en en mundo. El programa LA ENCICLOPEDIA MUSICAL, en el que con una hora de duración ya sea diaria o semanal, escogemos uno de los artistas que haya hecho historia en la fecha de emisión para entregar sus datos biográficos y sus mejores éxitos. El ciclo de programas LOS QUE SE FUERON EN 2009, recordando a los artistas que murieron en 2009, tiene una duración de una hora semanal, todos presentados por El Aguijón Musical. EMISORAS AUTORIZADAS PARA TRANSMITIR LOS INFORMES DEL AGUIJÓN MUSICAL, HASTA EL 13 DE JUNIO DE 2010 - Cristalina Stereo, La Mesa, Cundinamarca, Colombia - Voz de Melo, Dominio Público, Uruguay - Radio Latina de Ecuador - 24FM en Burgos, España - Radio Irache en Navarra, España - Sinigual Stereo, Oriente Antioqueño, Colombia - Radio Mundial de Ecuador - Radio Vilamalla en España - Radio U. Tecnológica de Pereira, Colombia - Radio Mitópolis, Barcelona, España - RVT Radio de Ecuador - Radio Cartago en Cartago, Costa Rica - Radio Raíces en Rivadavia, Argentina - Ecuaradio de Ecuador - informativo Chiapas en Chiapas, México - Beat FM en Costa Rica - Radio Colosal de Ambato, Ecuador - Radio Victoria en Buenos Aires, Argentina - Radio Máxima de Chile
4 Jun 2010
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This Piper J-3 is half the size of the original and it is capable of maneuvers, the full scale aicraft can only dream about.
12 Oct 2008
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http://www.mrpaparazzi.com Billie Piper getting married to fellow actor Laurence Fox in Eastbourne. Doctor Who actor David Tennant is seen arriving. Ex Husband Chris Evans arrives with his new partner and chats to attendees. GVS of the crowd gathering outside the church. Billie is then seen walking into the church wearing a black jacket covering her wedding dress. She walks away from the camera but looks over her shoulder towards the camera a number of times. The couple are then seen leaving and getting into their car where a cheer can be heard. It Crowd star Richard Ayoade is seen outside. David Tennant then waits outside where he signs autographs for fans.
2 Jan 2008
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Billie Piper
4 Dec 2008
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Jennette McCurdy talks to Piper about her first MUSIC release! It's super-AWESOME! Jennette can act, ice skate, model...and SING...BIG TIME (yeah...that we we used the big letters). Jennette's voice is as pretty as Jennette! Go....get....the....SINGLE! Yeah BABY!
10 Mar 2009
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**FIRST PICTURES** Of Tour Helicopter & Small Plane Crashing Over New York City's Hudson River [From FOX News] - 08/08/09 From FOX: Tour Helicopter & Small Plane [Piper PA-32] Crash Over New York City's Hudson River video of Tour Helicopter and Small Plane Crash Over Hudson River A tourist helicopter collided in midair with a small plane over the Hudson River Saturday, likely killing all nine aboard, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said. Look at the Exclusive Photos! News & Politics Tour Helicopter Small Plane Crash Over New York City Hudson River 08/08/09 Piper PA-32 Pictures and Exclusive Photos Italian Tourists
21 Nov 2009
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Piper Cub 1 reporter 0. Reporter gets run over by a piper plane.
17 Jul 2006
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The Tradition of Chewing Paan The tradition of chewing betel leaf or paan as it is commonly known in Hindi is age-old and deeply rooted in India. It seems likely that the habit was originally developed in the south east Asian island region in the moist tropical climates. Its basic quality is best described in a stanza from the Kamasutra of Vatsyayana saying: “After cleaning the teeth and having looked into the mirror and having eaten a tambula to render fragrance to the mouth, should a person start his day’s work”. Tambula, as the betel preparation is called in Sanskrit, is derived from the term tamra meaning copper indicating red colour. This red colour is alluded to because of one of the most popular ingredients of paan namely catechu or katha. According to Sushrata, the patriarch of ancient Indian medicine, paan keeps mouth clean strengthens the voice, tongue and teeth and guards against diseases. It is also said to aid in digestion and purify blood. The heart-shaped betel-leaf, or piper betel, is preferably plucked when it is till young and tender and its taste is the best. The cultivation of this creeper needs a lot of care and attention. Dryness and exposure to the sun for too long a period can harm and plant. The betel creeper are usually cultivated under the shade of large trees or under the protection of high bamboo or thatched roofing. Connoisseur, however, feel that the effect of nearby trees on the soil influences the taste of the betel leaves; kapok trees or coconut palms are preferred for shade. After about 20 years of productivity, the leaves of the creepers no longer grow to the desired size of about 14 centimetres length and eight centimetres breadth and lose their spicy, astringent taste. While harvesting, not only single leaves are plucked, but the full creeper with its 15 to 20 leaves. One of the most important ingredients of a betel preparation is the areca nut (which in botanical terms is not a nut, but a seed) the fruit of the areca palm, areca catech, has a slender growth and is often considered to be the most beautiful of the palms. The orange-coloured conical fruit (about six centimetres long) is the most important part of the betel preparation. It is enjoyed both as a raw and soft fruit, and when it is dry and hard. The fruits are harvested just before their complete ripeness, because that is when the active ingredients are most potent. This sed, locally known s supari is the most popular substance in a paan. Its narcotic value, which is appreciated by all chewers of paan is due to an alkaloid called Are Colin which is produced when lime is added to paan. Its stimulating effect increases with excessive chewing. These chemical substances reduce inner restlessness and tensions in habitual paan eaters. However, these ingredients can also cause nausea, giddiness, perspiration and initial symptoms of poisoning in those who are not used to paan. A small content of a volatile oil called betel-oil, in the leaf creates the desired spicy, aromatic and fresh taste in the mouth. In classical literature these effects have been appreciated and it is suggested that one should chew a tambula. “…To lend beauty to the mouth and purify it, to destroy all foul odour…” The oils contained in the betel leaf support the stimulating effect of the other ingredients. The other contents of a prepared paan-roll are basically added for their flavouring and refreshing value. Of these catechu might be the most popular. It is a reddish solution of the heart-wood of the tree Acacia Catechu Wild, locally known as katha. Its astringent and disinfecting principals are the ctechin and catechu tannin causing contraction of the gums. It is therefore, considered a means of preserving and cleansing the mouth and teeth. This liquid causes the redness of the mouth and saliva while chewing the betel leaf. There are a variety of betels leaves grown indifferent parts of Indian and the method of preparation also differs. The delicately flavoured paan from Bengal is known as Desi Mahoba. Maghai and Jagannath are the main paans of Benaras. Paan prepared from small and fragile leaves from south India is known as Chigrlayele. The thicker black paan leaves – the ambadi and Kariyele are more popular and are chewed with tobacco. The earliest known inscriptional reference to tambula is in Mandasor in Madhya Pradesh. It says “(just as) a woman endowed with youth and beauty (and) adorned with the arrangement of golden necklaces and betel leaves and flowers, goes not to meet (her) lover in a secret place until she has put on a pair of coloured silken clothes...” Early Sanskrit texts mention the consumption of betel leaf among the eight enjoyments – incenses, women, clothes, music, bed and food. Since it was deeply connected with enjoyment and erotic play, it is not surprising to find frequent depiction of lovers sharing a betel roll or offering it to each other, or all the necessary utensils and implements for betel, specially in those miniatures depicting romantic themes. These containers are shown lying on the floor near the bed or a couch and in most cases showing decorative perforations which keep the leaves fresh due to the circulation of air. Vatsyayana included betel leaf in the solah shringar, one of the 16 toiletries. It was and still is a part of the religious ritual and is offered to the gods. Pan was however forbidden to widows and students. Ascetics also could not partake of paan because it ws considered an item of enjoyment. Only married men and women were allowed to eat tambula. Betel leaf eating has great significance in the wedding rituals of most provinces of India. Folded betel leaf containing lime, catechu, areca nut, cardamom, etc., are distributed at wedding parties. The Kathi women of Saurashtra make highly ornate bags for keeping areca nuts to be distributed to the guests at wedding parties. In Maharashtra there is a special wedding custom in which the bride holds a betel roll in her mouth half of which the bridegroom bites from the other end. Betel boxes also were commonly a part of the gifts to the bride and bridegroom from their respective fathers-in-law. Betel boxes today have become a part of Indian artefacts. They were once an integral part of the household. The most characteristic feature of all of them away the perforation work either in the lid or in the entire case. The perforation added beauty and ornateness to the betel boxes and at the same time kept the leaves fresh for a longer period. Some betel boxes were recreated in shapes, like that of a pumpkin, a melon, a flower, a mango etc., other were shaped like peacocks and parrots. Boxes re made with or without inner compartments. Usually there is a flat tray inside on which betel leaves and the nut-cracker are placed. Underneath the plate there are different compartments for the various ingredients. Before the introduction of sophisticated materials and methods of construction, often the betel boxes were made of khas grass or even terracotta which were kept wet by sprinkling water so that the leaves remained fresh. A combination of charming forms and functional devices made the everyday life of a traditional house much richer and devoid of the jerky dichotomy of art and utility. Art was separated from the conviviality of its users. It was certainly for the rasika, and not only for the elite. Preparing paan at home may be out-dated and considered a time consuming process today but eating paan is still apart of Indian habit. After lunch and after dinner people inevitably make their way to the tiny paan shops located at every street corner.Paan shops are a part of the Indian culture. Paan sellers with their makeshift kiosks are a source of entertainment and information. Come evening one finds youths of the neighbourhood converge at this small corner to discuss the day’s events or hold a heated discussion on the latest national or international happening with the paan wallah, as the paan seeler is called, pitching in actively. But business is never forgotten. Bidas of paan are briskly passed around to liven up the discussion and profit.It is surprising how these little commercial set ups with their brass containers lined in front are keeping alive a culture that originated centuries ago.
28 Nov 2008
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Eckhart Tolle, The Pied Piper of the Paradigm Shift....These teachings are an out right attempt to pave the way for the One World Religion! BEWARE!
26 Jan 2009
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