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CORONATION STREET Coronation Street is an award-winning British soap opera. It is the longest-running television soap opera in the United Kingdom, first broadcast on Friday, 9 December, 1960 in the Granada region of ITV.  

Tragedy strikes when Tony's drug dealer cronies turn up looking for Looking for

In the context of general equities, this describing a buy interest in which a dealer is asked to offer stock, often involving a capital commitment. Antithesis of in touch with.
 the money they are owed. Des intervenes but bangs his head when the thugs push him away. He ends up unconscious in hospital, and newly-wed Natalie becomes newly-widowed. Rita gives Betty her bed for the night because her house is being painted and the fumes fumes

odorous gases and other volatile materials; inhalation of irritating fumes causes coughing and, if sufficiently severe, irreversible pulmonary edema.
 are making her feel ill. Amorous am·o·rous  
adj.
1. Strongly attracted or disposed to love, especially sexual love.

2. Indicative of love or sexual desire: an amorous glance.

3.
 Alec returns unexpectedly from London and Betty gets the fright of her life when he climbs in bed beside her. Zoe gets ticked off by Foundation friends Ruth and Ben after a vodka binge. To make amends, she cleanses the house of alcohol. But Leanne is not pleased to see it going down the sink.

EASTENDERS

Nosey-parker Dot jumps to the wrong conclusion when she sees vicar Alex with Melanie. Dot has the new girl in the Square down as an old flame An Old Flame is the sixth episode of the fifth and final series of the period drama Upstairs, Downstairs. It first aired on 12 October 1975 on ITV. Background
An Old Flame was recorded in the studio on 20 and 21 March 1975.
 of the randy Rev but she turns out to be his kid sister. A romantic anniversary dinner turns sour when Tiffany accuses Grant of discussing their troubled sex life with Phil. Elsewhere, George Palmer makes restaurant owner Rosa an offer she can't refuse. But his offer of a loan to get Guiseppe's out of financial trouble does nothing to ease the tension in the di Marco household. After yet another family row, Gianni throws his apron in and goes after a job at the Market Cellars where he's just in time to rescue Annie from some bother with the customers. George proposes to Rosa - it's another offer she can't refuse.

EMMERDALE

Callous Chris wheels himself to the remand centre to tell Steve that Kim is planning to divorce him. Realising he's been taken for a mug, Steve confesses to the cops that Kim masterminded the robbery, but she says that Steve's accusation is a way of getting back at her over the divorce. Who will they believe? The vicar gives Terry a job in the village hall - the temporary home for the fire damaged Woolpack Wool´pack`

n. 1. A pack or bag of wool weighing two hundred and forty pounds.
. And while Alan is unhappy that the man who ruined his pub is back working alongside him, there is nothing he can do about it. Graham and Rachel enjoy a romantic meal at the diner. They want the village to know they are an item so they kiss in front of Betty - which is as good as putting an ad in the local paper.

BROOKSIDE

Peter thinks Lindsey has had second thoughts when he's kept waiting at the altar. Doesn't he know it's not the done thing in soaps to deprive us of a wedding? It all goes ahead without a hitch, but when proud dad Jimmy refers to the groom as a man with no skeletons Lindsey notices a conspiratorial con·spir·a·to·ri·al  
adj.
Of, relating to, or characteristic of conspirators or a conspiracy: a conspiratorial act; a conspiratorial smile.
 look between Peter and his old flame, Franki, who is now on the arm of his best man. Elsewhere, it's Tim to the rescue when the chippy chip·py or chip·pie  
n. pl. chip·pies
1. A chipping sparrow.

2. Slang A woman prostitute.



[From chip2.]
 is set ablaze. And cheating hubbie Max tells Susannah that his fling with Faye meant nothing. She storms out, leaving Max to cope with baby Harry. Will she ever return? Who knows? And who cares?
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Title Annotation:Features
Author:Purnell, Tony
Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Nov 14, 1998
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