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Hogarth

William. 1697--1764, English engraver and painter. He is noted particularly for his series of engravings satirizing the vices and affectations of his age, such as A Rake's Progress (1735) and Marriage à la Mode (1745)
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She told magistrates that the British Transport Police officers were on duty when they saw Hogarth shouting aggressively at a female sitting on the steps of the St George's Square station.
When Professor Mark Hogarth and his mentor Professor Ian McKenzie became some of the first Australians to make monoclonal antibodies (mAb) in a lab in the 1970s, they hoped the technology would create new medicines.
By considering the deterritorialization of the nation-state, Hogarth and Fletcher-March provide a nuanced analysis as to how race and racialization processes have to integrate the interactions of ethnic groups with competing societies in order to understand the challenges of belonging in Canada.
Hogarth, 36, said on Tuesday he felt sorry for Young - whose number one singles include Light My Fire and Leave Right Now - as the singer could not have been nicer or more concerned for his welfare following the accident.
As they eased into their second song, Power, Hogarth began to twist and turn around the stage, strutting his stuff with dance moves that echoed the lyrics to the song, swinging between happiness and anger, love and frustration - each word he sang etched into his face.
As they eased into their second song Power, Hogarth began to twist and turn around the stage, strutting his stuff with dance moves that followed the lyrics to the song, swinging between happiness and anger, love and frustration - each word he sung etched into his face.
Hogarth maintained the family tree farm his grand-father started, which he later donated to Lakehead University for use by the Forestry Department.
The Moment and Other Essays London: The Hogarth Press.
Now Hogarth fan Thomas Moore has created Gin Lane 2016 to mark the 160 years of the Royal Society for Public Health.
Hogarth completed his victory in the club tournament with a seven-under-par second round of 65 which contained 10 birdies and three bogeys.
This article offers the first examination of De Quincey's serpentine lines, in dialogue with Hogarth's crucial theorization of the form.