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VAMP

[vamp]
abbreviation for a combination drug regimen, used in the treatment of cancer, containing three antineoplastics (vinCRIStine sulfate, methotrexate, and mercaptopurine) and a glucocorticoid (predniSONE).
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Earlier this year, the Vamps toured Asia and they will be performing in Brazil next May.
The band's debut album, "Meet the Vamps," was released last year.
Tristan Evans from the Vamps takes a picture on a fan's phone at the Chester |Rocks festival in 2013
Initially, she invited other artists to participate in the project by making vamps, and within a week had commitments from 200 people.
A little bit farther south these same Cree people and a number of their neighbors had developed a more form-fitting moccasin type which I call "center seam/vamp", in that it has a longitudinal seam reaching from near or just beneath the toes, back to a small curving vamp piece (Fig.
With Ostinato Vamps, Wanda Coleman once again compels audiences to mine the depths "under the dark gnarled word" with her first published volume since the demise of Black Sparrow Press.
Initially, I didn't know that a longer vamp would keep me from falling out of my shoes," she says.
Paglia's (usually favorable) commentary, and that Courtney Love-Cobain recently expressed some admiration for Vamps & Tramps, although this was before its author described Kurt Cobain, in a Playboy q-and-a, as self-pitying, whiny, and suffering by comparison with the great rock figures of Paglia's generation.
Vamps & Tramps is a step above pretty good, a medley of Paglia's writings, musings, and doings since Sex, Art and American Culture was released in 1992, consisting of essays, book reviews, transcripts of films and interviews, cartoons about Paglia, and an index of media references to her, with suitably withering editorial comments for those who unfairly malign our heroine.
In Vamps and Tramps, Camille Paglia's latest volume of book reviews, essays and interviews, one of America's most popular social critics gathers together virtually everything she's published in the past few years, including--lest we missed them--the jacket blurbs she's contributed to various books.
BOY band The Vamps are to switch on Merry Hill's Christmas lights this year.