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Streep

A Dutch unit of length equivalent to one millimeter. It was adopted in 1817, soon after the establishment of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
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Best actress nominee Meryl Streep, however, is rarely overlooked on any acting list.
Veteran actress Meryl Streep (left) as vicious magazine editor Miranda Priestly, who terrorises her staff including her assistant (inset) Andy Sachs (Anne Hathaway), who prefers thrift store chic to designer labels.
Thank you so much, when they called my name, I had this feeling I could hear America say, Oh no, oh come on, not her again," Streep said while accepting the award from presenter Colin Firth.
view The Devil Wears Prada star Streep said that she hoped Lady Thatcher, if she were ever to see the film, directed by Mamma Mia
Streep revealed: "When I was young, I didn't want to be an actress, I wanted to be a singer.
The sparkling on-screen chemistry between the characters, including a star turn from Steve Martin as a lovelorn architect who also has designs on Streep, adds polish to the familiar material.
As for Meryl Streep, the 65-year-old Academy Award-winning actress recounted what her vocal exercise was while in drama school.
Washington, August 3 ( ANI ): Meryl Streep has started learning guitar for Diablo Cody's new movie 'Ricki and the Flash', it has been revealed.
Anatomy of An Actor: Meryl Streep is one of the most famous actors in American and world history, holding the record for the most Academy Award nominations and winning an Oscar for best actress twice.
LOWELL -- Oscar-winning actress Meryl Streep is appearing at the University of Massachusetts at Lowell to speak to students and raise money for scholarships.
Meryl Streep Early life: Mary Louise Streep was born in Summit, New Jersey, on June 22, 1949.