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Hoffmann

thrice a loser when one girl turns out to be a mechanical doll, the second dies, and the third loves another man. [Fr. Opera: Tales of Hoffmann in Scholes, 1005]
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Hoffmann argues that this emphasis on puritas is founded on the Aristotelian principle of similia similibus -- like attracting like.
Each act then takes on the form of a different love story in which Hoffmann is the leading man.
Hoffmann admitted that she was inappropriately prescribing large quantities of Norco to her boyfriend.
Hoffmann previously has worked at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and headed the EBRD office in the Volga Federal District since 2005.
On Wednesday Christopher Steele made a convincingly tortured, robustly sung Hoffmann, matched by an equally impressive Dean Robinson as the various villains of the piece.
No, I'm here to handle any and all media inquiries as press spokesman for the lieutenant governor," Hoffmann wrote in an e-mail to Outtakes.
Chantler's argument might be summarized, albeit in a grossly simplified form, as follows: if we would only read Hoffmann in light of Goethe's theories of the Urtypen and Herder's theories about Shakespeare, we would better understand Hoffmann's conception of organicism.
Last year the ICA hired a new artistic director, Ekow Eshun, and one senses that he and Hoffmann have not always seen eye to eye.
SALTIRES star Paul Hoffmann last night looked forward to a Caribbean showdown with former team-mate Floyd Reifer.
Three years after he made the classic ballet movie ``The Red Shoes'' in 1948, director Michael Powell turned his attention to the lyrical Jacques Offenbach opera ``The Tales of Hoffmann.
PAUL HOFFMANN has warned his Scottish team-mates they must improve against Canada or face a mauling at the hands of big-hitting John Davison.
Part of the oustanding "Commanders in Focus" series from Brassey's, Eriwn Rommel 1891-1944 by Karl Hoffmann is an in-depth analysis of one of Germany's most famous and celebrated military leaders, a gentleman warrior also known as the "Desert Fox".