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Ter·ry

(ter'ē),
Theodore L., U.S. ophthalmologist, 1899-1946. See: Terry syndrome.
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Alicia phoned to book the table at the JRC Global Buffet restaurant in Cardiff when a member of staff told her she needed to pay for two extra places for the carers.
After receiving treatment and moving into her own flat at the age of 18, Alicia told her mum Andrea she wanted to 'catch up on the life she missed.'.
They set up the Alicia Boparai Foundation to support children and young people affected by life limiting illnesses.
Winner Alicia has suggested they've already split up just hours on, after fans took toTwitterto slam bachelor Alex over his show antics, with him constantly kissing the contestants despite hinting who he planned to choose for several episodes.
"Alicia shops at Urban Outfitters with deliberate touches of money: Prada sunglasses, the it jeans of the moment, etc.
"I was involved in an accident when I was two on Ninian Park Road," Alicia, who now relies on a breathing apparatus, said.
I look across the deck at Helen, her personal assistant, who accompanies Alicia on every trip, a mouse in comparison to her boss, standing alone by the canapes.
She wore blonde wigs in the movie because the real Gerda was a natural blonde with blue eyes whereas Alicia is a natural brunette with brown eyes.
In the minute-long video, Nick (Frank Dillane) tells her older sister Alicia (Alycia Debnam-Carey) that he finds her decision to live alone in the apocalypse "crazy."
She said: "Alicia Moran has been found safe and well - no more information yet, will update when we know more.
When Donald Trump tried to demolish his latest critic Alicia Machado by accusing her of appearing in a sex tape, the presidential race took an unlikely turn.