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Tartuffe

swindles benefactor by pretending religious piety. [Fr. Lit.: Tartuffe]
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The man told Dorine that if she didn't come with him, he'd shoot her.
Um deles se refere a colaboracao dada por Dorine, durante anos, para que Gorz erguesse a sua ambiciosa obra:
It's a safe bet that tape is among the tools in Sherman's studio, and given the nature of Sherman's work, seeing Dorine as a parodic artist figure is kind of irresistible.
Among the artists to be featured in the exhibition are WietskeHeijkoop, Desiree Rader, Liesje Philippe, Bibi Simons, Juliet Broekers, Margret Heurkens, UfukKobas, WouterKingma, Kitty Verkoelen, and Dorine Smits.
Two years ago, Dorine Odida had all but given up on life.
Members of the competition team are Barbara Adolph, Nancy Bohman, Mary Dahl, Darlene Ellerkamp, Bert Ewing, Dorine Foster, Judy Hooks, Joann Marshall, Suzanne O'Leno, Patricia Paige, Barbara Mitchell, Barbara Parkhurst, Joyce Pearson, Bobbye Shiel, Renee Tanner, Cynda Thomas and Marilyn Wilson.
Surviving are her husband of 37 years, Raymond Hoff; sons, Jonathan Hoff, and Robert Hoff and his wife Melanie, both of Magnolia; and Andrew Hoff and his wife Amy, of Middletown, DE; her parents, Robert & Blanche (Drake) Gedenberg, of Auburn, MA; sister, Dorine Donnely, of Worcester, MA; brother, David Gedenberg, of New Hampshire; and grandchildren, Tyler & Dylan Hoff of Magnolia and Noah Hoff, of Middletown.
Other major oilfields include Sacha (PetroEcuador), Dorine (Andes), and Eden Yuturi (PetroEcuador, formerly Oxy).
Under the direction of Gabrielle Brewer-Wallin, the cast features Christopher Neiman as Valere, Bruce Marshall Romans as Elomire, Geordie MacMinn as Bejart, Albert Dayan as Prince Conti, Kristin Wiegard as Dorine, Robin Erikson as Catherine De Brie, Steven Hamblin as De Brie, Kari Leigh Floyd as Madeline Bejart, Jennifer Grose as Marquise Therese Du Parc and Nico Sirianni as Du Parc.
Grosvenordale, Robert Doucette of Palmer, MA, Victor Doucette and his wife Holly of Putnam; siblings: Carol Nadeau of FL, Linda Mannis and her husband Norman of FL, Dorine Cote and her husband Doug of Putnam; 15 grandchildren and several nieces and nephews; brother-in-law, Kit Carpenter of Bridgeport; sisters-in-law: JoNell Cartier and her husband Scott of Brooklyn, Connie Morin of Danielson.
where Major Dorine Foreman is coordinating social services needed by lower Manhattan residents impacted by the disaster.
Survivors include his wife, Judy; daughters, Christina, Machelle and Kim, all of Lancaster; one grandson; parents, Clarence and Dorine Stinnett of Hemet; sisters, Norma, Letha, Arlene, Judith and Wanda; and brother, Marvin.