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Other operators run whirly ball games in other cities.
The former prime minister Margaret Thatcher, who studied chemistry at Oxford, is said to have had a role in the invention of the white whirly ice cream cones.
His search for his parents, presumed dead at the end of the first film, ignites the third subplot in which his best friend, Alice, equipped with a whirly gyroscopic time machine called a Chronosphere, tries to alter the past to change the future.
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