Place strawberries on a silpat lined 11 pan (with edges). The silpat is a must so the strawberry juices don stick to the pan you want them in the ice cream. Sprinkle with brown sugar and butter. Swift’s retro inspired look may seem predictable, but for red carpet events, she’s famous for amping up the glamour, going from chic vintage pinup to an old Hollywood bombshell. The secret to looking like a modern day screen siren? Loading up on the sparkle. “On the red carpet, she’s a bona fide glamour girl wearing shiny metallics and form fitting gowns that also accentuate her svelte figure,” says Hilfiger.

Few of the demands from the dizzying days of the winter revolt that ousted Mubarak have been fulfilled. Egypt’s security agencies have not been reformed. Accusations of grave human rights abuses at the hands of the military rulers rival those that came to light during Mubarak’s 30 year rule.

But Myers has the backing of the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, a consortium of academic institutions, focused on scientific research. Its president, Antonio Busalacchi, stressed the weather enterprise’s private sector has experienced massive growth and that Myers’s background would be a positive in forming partnerships. “I think he’ll bring a perspective that’s right for the nation,” Busalacchi said.

The mean NIHSS after stent angioplasty was 0.8 1.7 and 0.5 1.7 at last clinical follow up day. Post stenting residual stenosis was 8.7 13.0%, and 14.8 25.3% at last angiographic follow up. In stent restenosis over 50% occurred in 7 cases (7/57, 12.3%), and 6 cases were retreated successfully with Gateway balloon (3) or Drug eluting balloon (3).

10. Speaking of Ghostbusters, Kate McKinnon’s Jillian Holtzmann was one of the weirdest, greatest characters of this year and most other years, and her work on Saturday Night Live as Hillary Clinton was surprising and touching. SNL is often plagued by its institutional standing and a certain cultural (not political) conservatism, and the fact that some of what McKinnon did as Clinton was so weird as comedy even if you didn’t think it always worked is one of the most encouraging signs that the show remains alive..

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