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Jo Kendall ( a radio actress in many straight dramas subsequently ; also appeared in the equally popular radio comedy series The Burkiss Way ).
All three featured stories which ran the gamut from fantasy and science fiction to straight crime dramas of mystery and suspense.
Mitchell worked consistently on stage in both musicals and straight dramas until the late 1970s, including numerous regional theatre roles across the country.

straight and there
During the hottest part of the day, of course, the sun comes straight down and there isn't any shade ''.
Around that statue in the green park where children play and lovers walk in twos and there is a glowing view of the whole city, in that park are the rows of marble busts of Garibaldi's fallen men, the ones who one day rushed out of the Porta San Pancrazio and, under fire all the way, up the long, straight narrow lane to take, then lose the high ground of the Villa Doria Pamphili.
`` I think the big thing about the game was that our kids for the third straight week stayed in there pitching and kept the pressure on.
But when tiny, 145-pound Albert Gregory Pearson of the Los Angeles Angels, who once caught three straight fly balls in center field because, as a teammate explained, `` the other team thought no one was out there '', hits seven home runs in four months ( three more than his total in 1958, 1959, and 1960 ), his achievement borders on the ridiculous.
And when they stood by the fountain in the piazza looking at Santa Maria he had to keep a straight face, not letting on he had been there with Alberto.
I saw then, too, the stake driven straight and hard into the plowed soil, through something there where I had been not long before.
By its terms the boundary between Alfred ’ s and Guthrum ’ s kingdoms was to run up the River Thames, to the River Lea ; follow the Lea to its source ( near Luton ); from there extend in a straight line to Bedford ; and from Bedford follow the River Ouse to Watling Street.
While the House Judiciary Committee hearings ended in a straight party-line vote, there was lively debate on the House floor.
Dives in the straight position are hardest, since there is almost no scope for altering the speed, so the angular momentum must be created at take-off with a very high degree of accuracy.
Phenomena that in classical mechanics are ascribed to the action of the force of gravity ( such as free-fall, orbital motion, and spacecraft trajectories ), correspond to inertial motion within a curved geometry of spacetime in general relativity ; there is no gravitational force deflecting objects from their natural, straight paths.
It was increasingly easier to immigrate to America straight from Ireland and with the 1848 discovery of gold in California there was an alluring factor to leave.
Jaggies are stairlike lines that appear where there should be smooth straight lines or curves.
Because there is no single straight line of yarn anywhere in the pattern, a knitted piece can stretch in all directions.
On bobsled, luge, and skeleton tracks, a labyrinth is where there are three to four curves in succession without a straight line in between any of the turns.
Waxy flexibility is when someone physically moves part of a catatonic person's body and the person stays in the position even if it is bizarre and otherwise nonfunctional ( such as moving a person's arm straight up in the air and the arm stays there ).
Dark must place a piece with the dark side up on the board, in such a position that there exists at least one straight ( horizontal, vertical, or diagonal ) occupied line between the new piece and another dark piece, with one or more contiguous light pieces between them.
It states that on any plane on which there is a straight line L < sub > 1 </ sub > and a point P not on L < sub > 1 </ sub >, there is only one straight line L < sub > 2 </ sub > on the plane that passes through the point P and is parallel to the straight line L < sub > 1 </ sub >.
* In the 1970s, there was a two player game made by Tri-ang Toys & Games called Check Lines, in which the board consisted of eleven holes arranged in a geometrical pattern of twelve straight lines each containing three of the holes.
This was compounded by the extended length of the card logic board ; often there was not enough room in the PC case to angle the card into the slot, requiring it to be pushed with great force straight down into the slot.

straight and are
We are tempted to blame others for our problems rather than look them straight in the face and realize they are of our own making and possible of solution only by ourselves with the help of desperately needed, enlightened, competent leaders.
They should be as straight as possible, as this will effect their ability to mesh properly when the walls are erected.
The roots of this equation are just the ordinates of the intersections of the graph of B with a straight line of unit slope through Af in the b-plane ( the plane of the graph of b ).
This reduces to the relationship: Af, where Af is the intercept at zero thickness of the extrapolation of the slope indicated in eqn. ( 1 ), Af is the thickness of the coating equivalent to the rounding off of the knife tip, Af is a straight line first approximation of this roundness, and the other symbols are equivalent to those of eqn. ( 1 ).
In aliphatic compounds, carbon atoms can be joined together in straight chains, branched chains, or non-aromatic rings ( in which case they are called alicyclic ).
Systems free of distortion are called orthoscopic ( orthos, right, skopein to look ) or rectilinear ( straight lines ).
This partial removal of hazards has been criticized by a safety specialist, who suggests that the handrails are just as dangerous in straight sections of the tunnel.
During Celebrity Big Brother 6, LaToya Jackson was first to enter and walked straight into the bedrooms-which are usually locked until everyone has arrived-and entered a private bedroom.
Successive positions every 30 seconds are joined by straight line segments ( the mesh size is 3. 2 µm ).
* The curve is a straight line if and only if all the control points are collinear.
The calyx is tubular or campanulate, they are slightly curved or straight, and the limbs are often 2-lipped with five teeth.
The stalks grow in tight, straight, parallel bunches, and are typically marketed fresh that way, without roots and just a little green leaf remaining.
Coyote tracks tend to be more oval-shaped and compact than those of domestic dogs, and their claw marks are less prominent and the tracks tend to follow a straight line more closely than those of dogs.
He did not go so far as to say that the photographs showed fairies, stating only that " these are straight forward photographs of whatever was in front of the camera at the time ".
** Players lined up outside the tackle box — more specifically, those lined up more than 7 yards from the center — will now be allowed to block below the waist only if they are blocking straight ahead or toward the nearest sideline.
However, his overall message is still harmful: Gays and lesbians are Christians – they're just not as good as straight ones.
Bacteria such as E. coli are unable to choose the direction in which they swim, and are unable to swim in a straight line for more than a few seconds due to rotational diffusion.
In such a case, the adjacent planes are not straight, but instead bend around the edge of the terminating plane so that the crystal structure is perfectly ordered on either side.
The seeds are long and thick, and straight to slightly curved with a longitudinally ridged surface.
DiameterIn geometry, the diameter of a circle is any straight line segment that passes through the center of the circle and whose endpoints are on the boundary of the circle.

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