The demand for the Predator is so great now that pilots (who are on secondment) are already being extended beyond their three-year termsIraq war shows intel UAVs are here to stay Jan 29, 2009
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BET viewers are sophisticated and heavy users of the latest mobile devices, services and content. For us to extend our programming and presence into the wireless market is the perfect next-stage evolution for the BET brandBET launches wireless venture Dec 07, 2005
In four short years, we set a precedent with the BET Awards as the most-watched awards show among African Americans, thanks to the industry supporters who embraced it and the millions of fans who tuned inNominees announced for BET Comedy Awards Sep 07, 2004
Debralee Scott (April 2, 1953 – April 5, 2005) was an American actress best known for her role on the sitcom Welcome Back, Kotter as the sweathog Rosalie "Hotsy" Totsy. Scott was born and raised in Elizabeth, New Jersey, and later lived in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, where she was a cheerleader.
Scott's first role was filmed shortly after her 18th birthday; she portrayed a corpse in 1971's Dirty Harry. At age 22, she found fame on Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman, playing Mary's sister, Cathy Shumway. She appeared on the first season of the sitcom Welcome Back, Kotter as Rosalie "Hotsie" Totsie, and in the Donna Pescow sitcom Angie, playing Angie's younger sister, Marie Falco.
Among her other credits were the 1973 feature film American Graffiti and the 1974 film Earthquake (her scenes, which were set on an airplane, were filmed specifically for an extended-length network TV premiere showing in 1976).