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A name proposed for the first—as yet hypothetical—cloned human, whose name is derived from Dolly, the first cloned sheep

holly

see ilex.
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Maria Elena worked as a receptionist for a music publishing company in New York City that Buddy Holly dropped in to visit one day in 1958.
Poelle may paint Holly in broad brushstrokes, given the constraints of the dialogue portions of the show, but he does so with such energy, conviction and confidence that one feels that Buddy Holly has somehow been reborn.
It has been a real treat and a chance to relive the day we saw Buddy Holly.
It was exactly 50 years ago today, on February 3, 1959, that music legend Buddy Holly was killed in a plane crash after a show at Clear Lake, Iowa.
He brought with him Johnny Rogers, who is considered to be America's top Buddy Holly tribute act as endorsed by Buddy's brother, Larry, who is quoted as saying "Johnny is the nearest thing to my brother that I have seen".
Portraits of Buddy - left, by Anthony Brown; above, The Beatles, who were heavily influenced by the music of Buddy Holly, right; and, below, author Spencer Leigh
More than 20 Buddy Holly hit songs, including "Peggy Sue," "Chantilly Lace" and "That'll Be the Day," are performed live on stage.
Such is the pull of Buddy's iconic songs, such as That'll Be The Day, Peggy Sue, Oh Boy and Rave On, that 55 years after his death fans are still packing theatres to see Buddy - The Buddy Holly Story, the long-running stage musical based on his life story.
MAKING NEWS: Bunny Girls, Buddy Holly and John Lennon
Q HOW many hits did Buddy Holly have and what was the last one?
A national poetry competition in tribute to one of the pioneers of rock n roll Buddy Holly has been won by an American fan living in Wales.