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Toft finds an old microbiology textbook, and misinterpreting it as a story, creates a monster in his imagination known as the Creature, which appears to develop a life of its own. Meanwhile, Grandpa-Grumble becomes obsessed with both…

… from the old hotel, many of which were purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Plant themselves on various European shopping trips. Guided tours and a self-guided tour that starts with a video entitled The Tampa Bay Hotel: Florida’s First Magic Kingdom, showcase a life of leisure in old Florida.

… over the story revealed in the book. In Tagebuch einer Verlorenen, Thymian turns to a life of prostitution after being seduced by her father’s assistant and suffering the scorn of her family and neighbors.

… arrangement of furniture. The house was covered in hundreds of yards of fabrics, which included silks, velvets, damasks, and brocades. Lancaster wanted the fabrics to get worn from the sun and obtain a life of their own.

Department of Commerce Approved Type Certificate. At a time when aircraft crank engine had a life of 30 to 50 hours, the Model 447-C was far more robust than any other aircraft engine then in production.Sadly, in this pre-CNC age it had a very…

The school is named for St Bonaventure, a Doctor of the Church. Aged 22, he joined the Order of St Francis and promised to lead a life of poverty, chastity and obedience. He was made a Cardinal by Pope Gregory X in 1273. The Feast day of…

… up because they affected their ability to achieve a level of economic security sufficient to start a life of their own. Despite this emerging consensus in the contemporary youth literature however, we currently have very limited knowledge…

… most young people now are ‘destined’ for a life of underpaid work, punctuated by frequent periods of no work. As The Guardian journalist Sara Barnard writes: ‘If a graduate is jobless now, that’s a problem, but if that same graduate is still…

Young boy leaves home for the city, against his parents’ wishes, and enters a life of crime. Escapes from prison and a reward is placed “on his head”. He is finally killed. Moral – crime does not pay. Swackhammer: Carter Discography -…

… virtual humans for real-time interactive applications. Artificial intelligence techniques and autonomous agents give computer-generated characters a life of their own and let them interact with other characters in virtual worlds.

… fieldwork from India, Indonesia, and China. The volume demonstrates that this extremely vulnerable group is largely excluded from a life of dignity, stability, and decent work and the recent policies of globalization have only worsened their…

… partitioning programs intn manageable components and for securely combining these components to form complete programs. Some general purpose components are able to take on a life of their own, being separately compiled and stored in libraries…

… that there are huge decent work deficits in South Africa especially in the informal sector which impede on the advancement of people‟s conditions of living, cause people to live lives of poverty as well as deprive people of a life of dignity.

… word, especially poetry, are live feminine creations par excellence and they are perfect creations. They are born of and nourished by love; they have a life of their own in relationship and they are a mystery. I have chosen poems by writers…

… husband. In some cases, they experience domestic violence in the form of physical and psychological abuse. This phenomenon is represented by one of American movies entitled Enough which portrays a life of American woman named Slim whose…

… collected stories A Life of Her Own (1976), and particularly on her short story “The vain woman,” in which Kelly presents us with a “new Irish woman” who is no longer the personification of the Virgin Mary, and who actively rebels against her environment…

… living as well as a life of purpose, in which personal flourishing is intertwined with the welfare of others. What follows is the story of the man and the university…

It asserts a firm hierarchy of values and demands a hard discipline. It requires a life of labor and listening, aspiration and courage. But it is the source of all we are and can become, the saving grace of democratic politics and free men,…

With a mix of two patently American film genres – film noir and the western – David Cronenberg’s critically acclaimed A History of Violence (2005) sets up a group of oppositions through the story of a man who leaves a life of crime and…

With a life of the author, and introductions by William Lyon Phelps. “Edition de luxe. This edition is limited to twelve hundred and thirty-two numbered and registered copies. This is copy no 11. Title within ornamental border; title…

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