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  • On Monday, BBC Radio 4 begins a week's series of programmes about the Virgin Mary, entitled Thoroughly Modern Mary.

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  • One of my parody blogs is called Thoroughly Modern Mary written from the perspective of a progressive nun.

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  • "Thoroughly," replied the doctor, "and very glad to have met with such a guide."

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  • Songs for the evening are drawn from her critically-acclaimed debut solo album Wish and from the stage roles that have helped make her famous, such as Thoroughly Modern Millie and The Drowsy Chaperone. Featured Content

  • The Tony Award-winning show features songs such as Thoroughly Modern Millie, Only in New York and Gimme Gimme.


  • "Thoroughly," was the reply, "and we have fought together in the past.

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  • "Thoroughly," said Brace, "for my men are at their worst when placed in

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  • Thoroughly intent and perceptive when it came to the butterflies that were his life's study, he often seemed baffled by or oblivious to the habits and mores of the human world.

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  • In searching for videos to include with my reviews of these productions I was reminded that, fresh from her successes with Mary Poppins, The Americanization of Emily, The Sound of Music, Torn Curtain, and Thoroughly Modern Millie, Julie Andrews had made a musical biopic about Gertrude Lawrence.

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  • Thoroughly upstaging Carroll, Ngog's delightful flick encouraged Mark Davies to burst between Daniel Agger and Martin Skrtel before eluding José Reina with an expert low finish.

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