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WUDWould
WUDWorld Usability Day
WUDWhat You Doing (chat)
WUDWindows Updates Downloader
WUDWestern United Dairymen
WUDWhat's Up Doc
WUDWud Union of Devon
WUDWait Until Dark (movie/play)
WUDWhat Up Dog?
WUDWhat's Up Dude
WUDWorld Union of Deists (Painesville, OH)
WUDWater Utility Database
WUDWisconsin Union Directora (University of Wisconsin student programming board)
WUDWhole Unit Dispatch
WUDWritten User Documentation
WUDWebsite Usage Data (Web-Analysis.net)
References in classic literature ?
She would have to wait until dark before she dare venture into the valley, and in the meantime she thought it well to search out a place of safety nearby where she might be reasonably safe from savage beasts.
Wait Until Dark (1967) is a thriller about a blind woman chased by a brutal criminal.
Hilary has directed and appeared in plays and musicals including Blithe Spirit, Seasons Greetings, Wait until Dark and Ring Round the Moon.
Wait until dark before leading your loved one to the centre of the 13th century Charles Bridge in the magical city of Prague.
The women of the village have to cover their faces to protect their dignity and wait until dark to relieve themselves as there are no proper bathrooms in the area.
Wait until dark, and share your holiday message with family and neighbors.
It's partly been conceived to demonstrate writer-producer-star Natalie Dormer can do elfin resilience, like Audrey Hepburn in Wait Until Dark , yet swallowing what's going on around her may require not just a pinch of salt, but the whole damn mine.
that separated us from the world." There, they would wait until dark, when an abusive adult would come to feed them.
She then took on a more chilling role in the 1967 thriller "Wait Until Dark", where she portrays a recently blinded woman who must defend herself when a group of criminals break into her house in search of a doll that contains heroin, which she had unknowingly obtained.
029 2030 4400 THEATRE Wait Until Dark From the hand of Frederick Knott, author of Dial M for Murder, and the producers behind Night Must Fall and Birdsong, comes a major revival of the classic, edge of your seat thriller Wait Until Dark.
She went on to star in a number of successful films, such as Sabrina (1954), The Nun's Story (1959), Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961), Charade (1963), My Fair Lady (1964) and Wait Until Dark (1967), for which she received Academy Award, Golden Globe and BAFTA nominations.
Her other hits include The Nun's Story (1959), Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961) and Wait Until Dark (1967) - for which she got another Oscar.