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A 684-residue mitochondrial protein involved in mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) metabolism, which may function as an adenine nucleotide-dependent DNA helicase and be a key regulator of mtDNA copy number in mammals. Twinkle is thought to be critical for lifetime maintenance of mtDNA integrity
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The animated star of SKECHERS' Twinkle Toes footwear line, Grace "Twinkle Toes" Hastings, is a fashion icon for the under-13 set.
All the soldiers would cheer up when Twinkle came on the ward, they all knew when it was her shift," he says.
50 book Twinkle, call Mrs Thomason on 01248 410260.
I'm watching the night sky, grandad And the stars that twinkle, too.
Imogen made her version of Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star at Whitewolf studios in Tanfield Lea, County Durham.
Members of the public are being warned not to approach Twinkle, as she sports hundreds of detachable quills and could attack if provoked.
About 50 youngsters took part, 25 per session, singing fun festive songs such as Twinkle Twinkle Little Star and When Santa Got Stuck up the Chimney
I want you all to be opera singers,'' she told her audience, before leading students in a deafening ``Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star.
They used to read goody-goody comics such as Twinkle, Bunty, Mandy and Jackie.
Sterling silver twinkle T-bar necklace, pounds 350; matching bracelet, pounds 175, from Dower & Hall.
Stars appear to twinkle because temperature variations create turbulence in Earth's atmosphere that changes its refractive index.
More Playgroup Favorites" continues the fun with 17 more songs, including "Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes," "The Mexican Hat Dance," "Ring Around the Rosie," "Where Is Thumbkin" and "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star.