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His previous Windsor Castle Stakes second should not be overrated; the defeat of Principality (fourth) and the workmanlike Pontefract win of Anno Domini (fifth) confirm that the Ascot race was not particularly strong.
Karima Ladjimi has the chance to go straight in on the top of the world film production, working as second production assistance for her famous compatriot Tarek Ben Ammar in "Anno Domini," a big American-Italian production, "The Golden Age," says she.
However, there are still people who can afford to fly to Bangkok or Havana to celebrate the arrival of Anno Domini 2010.
Anno domini, combined with a penchant for good food and equally good wine has taken its toll on what was never the lithest of physical forms.
than top billing as the 'New Year's Eve capital of the world', for the wizard of Ozz is as ever prepared to rock and roll over from one Anno Domini to
who recorded witnessing them in thirty-six anno domini
As the first person to coin the term anno Domini to date political and institutional history, thus linking the incarnation with political time, Bede's work is important to Davis.
He also played football for Liverpool Ramblers AFC, until, as he puts it, 'anno domini' crept up in the early 80s.
(2) The contrasting fates of two virtually contemporaneous Victorian utopian novels, Anno Domini 2000; or, Woman's Destiny (1889) and News from Nowhere, or, An Epoch of Rest: Being Some Chapters from a Utopian Romance (1890), provides one fascinating example of this uneven response.