Magnificent Seven

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A popular term for G protein-coupled membrane receptors of the same gene family, so named as all span the cell membrane 7 times.
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PLEASE put me out of my misery and tell me how many Magnificent Seven films were made and who were the main actors?
Frankie Dettori returns to the scene of his greatest triumph when, in 1996, he rode his Magnificent Seven on Ascot's Queen Elizabeth II Stakes card.
TEESSIDE'S creative and retail sector is being bolstered by Eaglescliffe's magnificent seven.
MIDLAND runner Blind Dave is set to complete his Magnificent Seven Marathons challenge today.
They thrived on competition,'' Merrins said of his Magnificent Seven, who have combined for 29 PGA Tour victories - 14 by Pavin, the 1982 college Player of the Year who won the U.
The syndicate of seven, who call themselves The Magnificent Seven, who all work in the security department at Tesco's Treforest Industrial Estate store, will receive almost pounds 14,000 each.
The North East's Magnificent Seven are training for the forthcoming Junior ABA finals.
The businesswoman wrapped up the Magnificent Seven when she planted a saltire at the peak of 29,035ft Mount Everest in Nepal.
Hot on its heels was runner-up The Magnificent Seven, with True Grit in third place.
The Parkhead club's very own Magnificent Seven is set to blaze the trail to claim the record outright with more goals in another thrill-a-minute Euro adventure.
A ctor James Coburn, who took on the tough-guy role in such films as The Magnificent Seven, but whose anguished portrayal of an abusive father in Affliction finally earned him an Oscar, has died, aged 74.
But two of his most memorable performances were as the bandit chief in 1960 hit The Magnificent Seven, with Yul Brynner and Steve McQueen, and in 1966 playing "Ugly" Tuco, with Clint Eastwood in The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.