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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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It emerged earlier this year that Holly, 36, landed a PS200,000 pay rise to put her on a par with her This Morning co-host Phillip Schofield, 55, after 11 years working together.
The Mirror reported earlier this year that Holly, 36, had landed a PS200,000 pay rise to put her on par with her This Morning co-host Phillip Schofield, 55, after 11 years working together.
Whether it's staying late helping a customer on the phone or replying to customer emails over the weekend, Holly consistently goes above and beyond to quickly help people resolve their questions and alleviate their concerns.
Holly, a former Stanley High School student, is now the sixth fastest 400 metres freestyler in the world this year, with Carlin sitting in twelfth position.
When Lily admitted she was worried about losing her long, blonde curls, Holly felt terrible.
With her school run-stopping curves and Garnier spokesmodel prettiness, we can't ever picture Holly receiving a curt word from the headmaster for dropping off the kids in her PJs.
Many varieties of holly exist around the world, but the plant used most often for creating Christmas decorations and displays is the evergreen English holly (Ilex aquifolium).
Unlike holly bushes, which can grow to an enormous size, these are on 40cm stems with a bushy head which cannot become rampant.
The company launched the surprisingly good Honor 6 smartphone and followed it up with the Honor Holly budget device.
Holly underwent her first open heart surgery at just three months old but her life changed forever when she suffered several strokes during a third operation.
As another Christmas draws near, however, it's becoming apparent there are some things holly can't stave off.