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Cur·tis

(kŭr'tĭs),
Arthur H., U.S. gynecologist, 1881-1955. See: Fitz-Hugh and Curtis syndrome.
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Curtis' little sister, Jasmine Curtis Smith, and close buddy Isabelle Daza-Semblat shared their joy upon learning about her engagement.
We have had opportunities to sell the company in the past, but we didn't want to do that," Curtis said.
Founder and partner Bill Curtis agreed, “Bringing in someone with Fred's vast talents and proven success is a rare opportunity for any firm, and CLG is proud to welcome him to our national trial practice.
Still, Universal Pictures' star-making machinery and teen fan magazines managed to make Curtis a celebrity and movie-goers loved his dark-haired sex appeal and impish grin.
The man who made it, Billy Wilder, did not suffer fools so for Tony Curtis to work with him and make that film shows just how good he was.
Nobody ever wore the golden halo of stardom more easily than Tony Curtis.
Curtis, who was also the father of Jamie lee Curtis, received homage from his daughter as well, as she praised his superlative performances in his movies and paintings.
Moore, who starred with Curtis in 70s TV hit The Persuaders, revealed: "We had a lot of laughs together for about 15 months, working together every day.
Curtis Lumber said it thought that if its customers liked the SmartSide products, they would continue to order more LP products, increasing sales for both Curtis Lumber and LP.
Curtis tried to flee but collapsed on Williams' front porch.
The police report states that Curtis allegedly wore women's clothing, red stockings and "a black sequined lingerie top before engaging in a sex act at the store.