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Korda

Sir Alexander, real name Sandor Kellner. 1893--1956, British film producer and director, born in Hungary: his films include The Scarlet Pimpernel (1934), Anna Karenina (1948), and The Third Man (1949)
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Korda shot a 68, her lowest score in 38 career rounds in the major tournament.
"By complying with requests to selectively obscure military facilities, [Yandex] has actually revealed their precise locations, perimeters and potential function to anyone curious enough to find them all," Korda wrote.
The Taiwanese 16-year-old took an early 2-0 lead in the opening set, and after Korda pulled back to 2-2, he ran off the final four games to grab the set.
Korda was 1 over through 12 holes before she rallied with birdies on 13 and 15.
A Revolucao cubana resultou vitoriosa e foi ainda mais bela do que a beleza das mulheres, sao as palavras do famoso fotografo de moda cubano, Alberto Diaz, mais conhecido como Korda, com as quais inicia seu artigo o escritor e jornalista argentino, Guadi Calvo.
In "the post-Civil War effort to turn Lee into a kind of secular saint," Korda writes, "his views on race have been almost altogether eliminated from his portrait." For instance, Lee has often been described as an opponent of slavery, but his views mirrored those of many other Southern whites: slavery was particularly regrettable as a burden on whites rather than an injustice to blacks.
(http://www.gamespot.com/articles/watch-barry-burton-returns-in-resident-evil-revela/1100-6423920/) According to Gamespot, Burton is headed for a remote prison island to search for his daughter Moira and he will meet Natalia Korda. Korda is a new "Resident Evil" character who can sense hidden items and enemies.
The 20-year-old Korda closed with a 7-under 66 for a 19-under 273 total on Atlantis Resort's Ocean Club course.
LEADING SECOND ROUND SCORES: 134 Su-Hyun Oh (Aus) 70 64, Ariya Jutanugarn (Tha) 69 65 135 Stacey Keating (Aus) 68 67, Jessica Korda (USA) 67 68 136 Chella Choi (Kor) 69 67, Karrie Webb (Aus) 70 66 143 Becky Brewerton (Wal) 74 69 148 Becky Morgan (Wal) 75 73 154 Lydia Hall (Wal) 78 76
In the first chapter of Labors Lost: Women's Work and the Early Modern Stage, Natasha Korda cites Dympna Callaghan's Shakespeare Without Women as a shorthand for the long-standing scholarly assumption that women were excluded from the professional English Renaissance stage and Phyllis Rackin's Shakespeare and Women for what she takes to be the companionate revisionist emphasis on women's activity as playwrights, patrons, and performers beyond London's professional theaters.
Mark Korda, a partner at administrator KordaMentha, said the return to creditors was likely to "be nil''.
Natasha Korda. Labors Lost: Women's Work and the Early Modern English