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Tourneur

Cyril. ?1575--1626, English dramatist; author of The Atheist's Tragedy (1611) and, reputedly, of The Revenger's Tragedy (1607)
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As with Tourneur, we know "frustratingly little" about the writers of this material, and so we're left with questions about the circulation of their "strange news" of providential workings: "What were the motives of the middlemen who collaborated in its production and sale: profit, piety, or a fragile alliance of the two?
Emergency crew chief Bernard Tourneur said the search would continue for at least 24 hours with care, since the remainder of the building left standing "is threatening to cave in".
As Bailey points out, many dramatists including Middleton, Tourneur, Jonson, and Dekker found themselves in jail for debt at various points in their careers and a Renaissance-era theatre company, whose members were bound to it, represented a form of legal bond.
En Novela negra con argentinos el pasado bonaerense de los dos escritores protagonistas reaparece con insistencia en su presente neoyorkino: "Se trata de un latente estar en otra parte y no querer saber de esa otra parte" (Valenzuela, 2004: 426), que en la pelicula de Tourneur termina imponiendose fatalmente y no asi en Novela negra con argentinos.
This consultation aims to select service providers responsible for the implementation of the Regional Plan of Training in the following GFE for GFE 5 (metal structures, metal working, molding) Certification Tourneur milling level V.
Brennan, 1992, 1997, 2000, 2001b; Cardinet, Tourneur, & Allal, 1976, 1981; Cronbach, Gleser, Nanda, & Rajaratnam, 1972; Cronbach, Rajaratnma, & Gleser, 1963; Shavelson & Webb, 1991).
This threat can take on different forms: blackmail as in The Woman in the Window (Fritz Lang, 1944), imprisonment as in The Dark Corner (Henry Hathaway, 1946), wrongful prosecution as in Phantom Lady (Robert Siodmak, 1944), or madness as in Experiment Perilous (Jacques Tourneur, 1944), Scarlet Street (Fritz Lang, 1945), The Locket (John Brahm, 1946) and The Two Mrs.
En el Renacimiento, Jean Le Tourneur Versor (siglo quince), que sigue a Buridan, adopta tambien el doblete sinonimico civile et politicum (16).
Precedant en France "l'age d'or du chant gallique, du chant bardique, de la romance ecossaise" pendant "le Consulat et les premieres annees de l'Empire" (Van Tieghem 541), Nodier trouve peu de rivaux, en depit des innombrables tentatives, ayant su imiter si fidelement en francais le rythme en prose et la couleur si singuliere des poemes d'Ossian publies par Macpherson a partir de 1760 puis traduits en francais en volume par Le Tourneur en 1777.
Turn Again, Tourneur: Maurice Tourneur Between France and Hollywood.
40PM Shady Kirk Douglas hires Robert Mitchum to bring two-timing Jane Greer back home in prime example of pulp fiction from Jacques Tourneur, director of Film4's Night Of The Demon, Sunday 12.