Rapunzel


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Rapunzel,

legendary young woman whose long hair allowed her to escape from a tower in which she was held captive.
Rapunzel syndrome - internal matter that has formed a compact body that occasionally assumes the appearance of strands of twisted hair that extend from a bezoar through the intestine. Synonym(s): bezoar
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A spokesperson said: "A wonderful charity that fits in with Rapunzel who has wonderful golden hair.
Set between Walt Disney Animation Studios' Tangled and its short film Tangled Ever After , the series unfolds as Rapunzel acquaints herself with her parents, her kingdom and the people of Corona.
In the show's TV trailer debuted last month, Rapunzel felt disappointed upon reuniting with her golden locks, which Eugene sliced off during the 2010 film 'Tangled.
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Rampant Rapunzel will facilitate a burlesque workshop on Sunday, while Ya Raqs will teach you some of their moves on Saturday (no previous dancing experience required).
the brick Rapunzel turret of next door's decrepit Victorian pile.
The Princes Charming, Cinderella, Snow White, Rapunzel, and Lila are all wanted for the murder of Briar Rose (who's actually alive).
Rapunzel loves life within her tower, and she has everything she could possibly desire provided for her by Witch.
Challenged and intrigued by lack, Rapunzel (and her hair) makes the choice to leave her tower for the first time.
YOUNG actors and dancers from Yorkshire have been given the chance to perform alongside professionals in a new ballet version of the classic fairytale Rapunzel.
For the character of Little Red Riding Hood (Lilla Crawford), Colleen stayed within the parameters of the late 1930s fairy tale illustrations, but for Rapunzel (MacKenzie Mauzy) and Rapunzel's Prince (Billy Magnussen), she went with more of a medieval-type vibe.