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uk Events FRIDAY The Next Big Thing Competition Heat 2 - Battle Of The Bands Competition for young, unestablished artists & bands.
It's generally accepted in Hollywood lead performers in new major network series are paid $125,000 for each episode if you're an unestablished actor like Amy.
The NSP's Findings and Conclusions report includes additional information about established, emerging, and unestablished treatments.
The possible place of vitamin D as immunomodulatory treatment of MS remains unestablished although large doses are taken by many patients with MS.
The benefits of transdermal nicotine for PD have not yet been conclusively proven, and its safety for use in people who have never smoked remains unestablished.
Cover stories included "The Great Goddess," "Art in Unestablished Channels," and "Lesbian Art and Artists.
Tessar, a team captain, has a strong presence in the locker room, and his rich personality is just what's needed at Chaminade, an unestablished program that has never won a section championship and has long been shadowed by the successes of the basketball, baseball and volleyball teams, along with several championship girls' teams.
Thomas is clearly too ill to work, but we never learn what his profession was; the father's is never identified; when Thomas asks Luc if he's still a teacher Luc doesn't answer, and this remains unestablished (though never denied).