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    O'Hare played Russell Edgington, the 3,000-year-old vampire king of Mississippi. He is the most powerful and oldest vampire alive and is known for his ferocious and ...

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    Denis O'Hare on Becoming Elizabeth Taylor for American Horror Story: Hotel

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    ... The Life. David Hare, nominated for Oscars in the best screenplay category for The Hours and The Reader , will write the script. msn entertainment.

  • Leonard Cohen: The secular mystic who knew the dice are ...

    It was playwright David Hare (I think) who once wrote that there are four ways to make sense of the world; religion, politics, sport and the arts.

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  • Hare - Wikipedia

    Biology. Hares are swift animals: The European hare (Lepus europaeus) can run up to 56 km/h (35 mph). The five species of jackrabbits found in central and ...

  • Hare - definition of hare by The Free Dictionary

    hare (hâr) n. Any of various mammals of the family Leporidae, especially of the genus Lepus, similar to rabbits but having longer ears and legs and giving birth to ...

  • What's the Difference Between Rabbits and Hares?

    Not so fast. Our Weird Animal Question of the Week comes from Tristan Ishtar, who asked: "What's the difference between a rabbit and a hare? And is that where 'hare ...

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    Hare definition, any rodentlike mammal of the genus Lepus, of the family Leporidae, having long ears, a divided upper lip, and long hind limbs adapted for leaping.

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