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  • "The Godfather" stars: Where are they now? - MSN

    Shire, who is the sister of director Francis Ford Coppola, was nominated in the Best Supporting Actress category at the 1975 Oscars for her role in “The Godfather ...

  • Can you guess these famous mothers-in-law? - MSN

    The "Backdraft" and "Hawaii Five-0" actor has been married to his singer wife since 1995, and they have produced three grandchildren for her late musician dad and ...

  • Jennifer Aniston on the Health Issue That's Been Holding ...

    Jennifer Aniston is clearly at the top of her game. At 47, the actress has a great career, is an A+ businesswoman, takes important stands, and has been named the ...

  • Hollywood Royalty: The Most Famous Actors With Famous Parents

    Celebrity Parent: Talia Shire. Child Actor Score: 51.6 Parent Actor Score: 66.9. 38/82 SLIDES © Justin Tallis / Getty Images #45. Rafe Spall.

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  • Shire: A Global Innovator in Specialty Biopharmaceuticals

    Our purpose is to enable people with life-altering conditions to lead better lives. Explore our pioneering therapies, vision, and values at

  • Shire - Wikipedia

    A shire is a traditional term for a division of land, found in the United Kingdom and Australia. It was first used in Wessex from the beginning of Anglo-Saxon ...

  • Join Us - Shire

    Equal Employment Opportunity. Shire is an equal opportunity employer. Shire evaluates qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national ...

  • Shire (Middle-earth) - Wikipedia

    The Shire is a region of J. R. R. Tolkien's fictional Middle-earth, described in The Lord of the Rings and other works. The Shire refers to an area settled ...

  • Shire | Definition of Shire by Merriam-Webster

    Middle English, from Old English scīr office, shire; akin to Old High German scīra care. First Known Use: before 12th century

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