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My Big Break

From Bond Girl To Medicine Woman: Jane Seymour's Big Break

The actress is best known for her role as Dr. Quinn, the physician on the American frontier. But her big break came years before, when she played 007's tarot-reading love interest in Live and Let Die.

Buddhist monks recover a statue of a Buddhist deity from a monastery at Swayambhunath. Niranjan Shrestha/AP hide caption

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In Nepal, Efforts Underway To Salvage Ancient Sites Damaged By Quake

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Home Peace Antonio Pinto
Remurdered Mogwai

ResearchKit, presented by Apple's Jeff Williams in March, enables app creation to aid medical research. Eric Risberg/AP hide caption

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The Promise And Potential Pitfalls Of Apple's ResearchKit

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From Bond Girl To Medicine Woman: Jane Seymour's Big Break

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Live and Let Die
Heirloom Apollo Brown

Steve Coleman's new album is called Synovial Joints. Jeff Fusco/ John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation hide caption

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A New Jazz Suite For Head, Shoulders, Knees And Toes

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