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Ondine

["Concurrency Introduction to an Object-Oriented Language System Ondine", T. Ogihara et al, 3rd Natl Conf Record A-5-1, Japan Soc for Soft Sci Tech, Japan 1986].
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This is a great opportunity for people to sample Ondine, our latest production, and see for themselves the transformation that takes place during a ballet's journey from the rehearsal room to the stage.
Director Neil Jordan cast Polish actress Alicja Bachleda as Ondine because he wanted a relative unknown in the part.
Farrell says the Ondine shoot, in the fishing town of Castletownbere in the far south-west of Ireland, marked him as having come full circle as it was there he began his acting career 12 years ago, in a TV series called Falling For A Dancer.
The 50th anniversary revival of Ondine tells the tale of the water sprite and the young mortal Palemon with whom she falls in love to tragic ends.
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The Ondine disc neatly fills in Anderson's career from his first acknowledged work, Diptych (1990) up to Alhambra Fantasy, written the year before he took up the CBSO post.
A year after their marriage Ondine gave birth to his son.
Modine gives his usually inexpressive performance, while Mia Sara, as the sprightly Ondine, spends most of the miniseries looking as though she's receiving radio waves from a distant realm (turns out she is, but still, that's no excuse).
And his closing description of a scene "on the outer limits of style" (in which Ondine, accused of being a "phony," thr ows a glass of Coca-Cola in the face of an unnamed girl Koch calls a "heavy") encircles the Baudelairean figure that he finds in Warhol the filmmaker: "The girl made the mistake of turning her mortified aggression into words.
Dame Margot was best known for her roles in Swan Lake, The Sleeping Beauty and Ondine, and costumes from all three will be on offer.
He moves from there to consider Pauline Breedlove of The Bluest Eye and Ondine of Tar Baby, arguing that Morrison explores the same relationship from her othered position and uses it to illustrate the harm domestic work does to African American womanhood.