Dolly Parton

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A popular term for a band of aluminium placed around a markedly weakened tooth while being filled with amalgam; the name apparently derives from its bi-lobed shape on one side
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Dolly Parton gears up the parade crowd as she prepares to ride an eagle float in the 27th Annual Dolly's Homecoming Parade in Pigeon Forge Tenn.
Javier Perez de Cuellar, former UN secretarygeneral, 98; Richard Lester, film director, 86; Michael Crawford, actor, 76; Julian Barnes, author, 72; Dolly Parton, country singer, 72; Dennis Taylor, snooker commentator, 69; Sir Simon Rattle, conductor, 63; Stefan Edberg, former tennis player, 52; Jenson Button, racing driver, 38.
It has been more than fifty years since Dolly Parton arrived in Nashville with just her guitar and a dream.
While the voice of Dolly Parton, Sounded softly in my ears, Yet it didn't do a single thing, To soothe my pre-op fears.
html) Telegraph UK reports that television viewers think Dolly Parton was just miming on the Festival.
Dolly Parton performing at the Glastonbury Festival, at Worthy Farm in Somerset MATT CROSSICK/PA
Arcade Fire, Metallica, The Black Keys and Dolly Parton all feature, while the BBC's team includes Chris Evans, Jo Wiley and Mark Radcliffe (left), who celebrates his 20th anniversary as the Beeb's Glasto frontman.
28 -- In 2014 Dolly Parton is embarking on her 'Blue Smoke World Tour' to promote her 42nd studio album, 'Blue Smoke'.
Dolly Parton has dismissed concerns about Miley Cyrus and says that she's in "complete control" of her career.
CULTURE Club members can enjoy a special 2 for 1 discount on tickets for the Dolly Parton musical, 9 to 5 at Newcastle Theatre Royal later this month.
A library established by renowned country music singer Dolly Parton has formed a partnership with the American Printing House for the Blind (APH) that will provide free books to visually impaired children in the United States.
Andrea Pattison as Dolly Parton (main) and puppeteer Paul Zerdin and friends THE music of Dolly Parton, Take That, Motown, Frankie Valli, Eddie Cochran, Buddy Holly and the Electric Light Orchestra, along with the magic of Paul Zerdin, and jokes of Stan Boardman, will all be seen and heard at Rhyl's Pavilion this month The seaside resort's theatre is playing host to big names plus tribute acts, kicking off with Andrea Pattison as Dolly Parton on August 15.