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Other services include directory enquiries, weather forecasts, competitions and voting (especially relating to television shows).
But unfortunately, the credits don't always transfer.
So we see many brilliant artists, athletes and politicians utterly undone by sex and relationships.
"Saying, I want to see her in different environments, or see her in a different time. That has a happened a lot with Sherlock Holmes, whether he's in the 1890s or ...
contemporary London.""The Wolf Gift" author Anne Rice wrote about the genre on her website: "I do not allow fan fiction. It upsets me terribly to even think about fan fiction with my characters.