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It made me 'hot' again, which I wasn't for a while.""I think she will best remembered as the definitive Lily Munster.
Over the years, De Carlo augmented her stardom by shrewd use of publicity.
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Yvonne De Carlo, the beautiful star who played Moses' wife in "The Ten Commandments" but achieved her greatest popularity on TV's slapstick comedy "The Munsters," has died.
De Carlo died of natural causes Monday at the Motion Picture & Television facility in suburban Woodland Hills, longtime friend and television producer Kevin Burns said Wednesday.
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We appreciate comments and suggestions from Michelle Hanlon, Bob Holthausen (editor), Gregg Jarrell, Bill Schwert, Terry Shevlin (referee), Cliff Smith, Bob Trezevant, Joanna Wu, Jerry Zimmerman and workshop participants at Carnegie Mellon University, Forensic Economics, the University of Rochester, and the 2007 Journal of Accounting and Economics Conference.
Whatever that data was, it needs to match what you are doing.
Without proper training I am afraid that you will, inadvertently and without any ill-will, make mistakes in the QB file that may be difficult and expensive to correct later.
Since it seems like you are concerned about doing the right thing, the best bit of advice I can offer is to see if the company will pay for you to get some bookkeeping training.
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The series (the name allegedly derived from "fun-monsters") offered a gallery of Universal Pictures grotesques, including Dracula and Frankenstein's monster, in a cobwebbed gothic setting.