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What caused Cary grants death?

Cary Grant died of massive cerebral hemorrhage at age 82, while preparing for one his one-person performances in Davenport, Iowa.
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Who did Cary Grant marry?

Grant was married five times: to Virginia Charell, to Barbara Hutton, to Betsy Drake, to Dyan Cannon, and to Barbara Harris. The last one was the only one to not end in divorc (MORE)

Who is judy that Cary Grant reference?

People who imitate and parody Cary Grant invariably use the phrase "Judy, Judy, Judy." The reason was a mystery to Grant himself, who never used that phrase in a film, on stag (MORE)

Did Cary Grant's mother ever see Cary Grant?

Yes. After 20 years of thinking his mother was dead after being told that as a boy, when he was 30 years old, his dying father admitted that he had admitted Elsie, his mother, (MORE)

What is coronal caries?

Coronal cavities is the most common form in all ages. Coronal cavities are cavities of the visible part of the tooth (crown), usually on chewing surfaces or between teeth.

Who were Cary Grant's parents?

Cary Grant (born Archibald Leach) was born in 1904 to Elsie Maria Kingdon and Elias James Leach.
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Who is Cary Grant?

Cary Grant is a legendary actor (January 18, 1904 - November 29, 1986) who is known for his superb acting skills, fantastically good looks, and debonair attitude on the big sc (MORE)
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What is arrested caries?

"Caries" is a synonym for dental cavities. Arrested caries are cavities that have been stopped from developing further by having the appropriate dental work done on them.
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What is the role of eubacteria in dental caries?

Nice, we had the same textbook and had trouble on the same question. I'm probably too late to help you out but for anyone else having the same issue... Eubacteria is the caus (MORE)