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8 21 "Halloween Special - Lady and the Vamp" Dez McCarthy Paul Rose December 3, 2009 2.8 Dani has never found dancing lessons easy, but things are made an awful lot worse when her pal Jack gets it into his head that her new dance teacher is a vampire.

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Storylines Jack and Vera calmed down in their later years, changing from the 'neighbours from hell' characters of the early days into a maternal and avuncular figure.

As Schmidt finished the deck outlining the proposal, Almunia, 67, an avuncular economist who’d run unsuccessfully for prime minister of Spain, peppered him with questions.

avuncular in manner, he is nonetheless steely and disciplined.

But the former Republican presidential nominee, who alternates between gruff administration critic and avuncular statesman, could not help pulling Trong, whom he met recently in Hanoi, into his personal office for an extraordinary trip down memory lane.

Despite a warning that risks had increased, mostly due to the property market, the avuncular Poloz was blandly reassuring when he met with the media yesterday to discuss the bank's latest Financial System Review.

He hits all of his best notes-charismatic ham, besieged and neurotic star, winking Hollywood skeptic, avuncular oracle, giddy conspirator-at just the right volume.

If Francis seems to the general public a kindly avuncular figure, within the walls of the Vatican he has a reputation for toughness.

The CFTC’s avuncular acting head of enforcement, Steve Obie, called his point person at Justice, a tall, genial, gray-bearded attorney named Robertson Park.

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