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Highsmith

Patricia. 1921--95, US author of crime fiction. Her novels include Strangers on a Train (1950) and Ripley's Game (1974)
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Founded in 1974, Highsmith Insurance offers a range of insurance and bond products to midsize employers and individuals throughout the Mid-Atlantic with offices in Raleigh, North Carolina; Charleston, South Carolina; and Nashville, Tennessee.
Highsmith is not independent of the Company as he is an officer and director.
The hard-drinking, chain-smoking, socially inept Highsmith is holed up in a Suffolk village, supposedly to finish a novel, but planning assignations with her married lover.
Carlton Highsmith founded and served as the president and chief executive officer of Specialized Packaging Group until its merger with PaperWorks Industries in 2009, after which he served as vice chairman of the board until his retirement in 2010.
En los anos cincuenta Patricia Highsmith rompio el estereotipo de la pareja de lesbianas con estas dos mujeres perfectamente femeninas.
Nagy, who was a latent writer not yet pursuing her now illustrious career, became friends with Highsmith during a visit to a cemetery, and "became very good pals over the last decade of her life," she says.
Highsmith was an accomplished serial seducer of women (her conquests and relationships, most of which flamed out disastrously, are detailed in Joan Schenkar's lively 2009 biography of the writer).
Resolving these issues is crucial to keeping the profession strong and vibrant, said Jennifer Highsmith, CPA, 27, who joined the AICPA this year, helping it reach the membership milestone.
Augustine residential real estate, recently brought on Realtor Leslie Highsmith as its newest team member.
THIS good-looking adaptation of a 1964 Patricia Highsmith novel might have worked better had the filmmakers set out to make a 15 certificate film rather than something softer.
Opens Friday THE STARS Viggo Mortensen, Kirsten Dunst THE STORY A slick and enjoyable psychological thriller, adapted from a novel by Patricia Highsmith, who wrote The Talented Mr Ripley.
Abstract: Though it may seem godlessly immoral, the celebration of violence in Patricia Highsmith's Ripliad is rooted in a Calvinistic sense of sin and the vision of human freedom Highsmith discovered in Christian writers.