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Barnes and Starer experienced love at first sight, a coup de foudre, and were only separated by his mort foudroyante.
Robert Starer, Sketches in Color: Seven Pieces for Piano, (WI: Hal Leonard, 1964), 5.
The mammoth success of Todd Phillips's "The Hangover" ($270 million) and the Sandra Bullock starer "The Proposal" ($160 million) gave Hollywood a record-breaking summer for comedies.
Calling the man a "monstrous starer," who had little "regard to Time, Place, or Modesty," S.
Starer, Burnett and Anduiza have a diverse practice that includes casualty, pollution and salvage; energy, LNG/LPG and cables; intermodal and terminals; maritime and logistics contracts; regulatory issues and government and maritime security; vessel financings; maritime bankruptcies and workouts, including maritime liens.
McDowell, Singell, and Starer use panel data for economists to estimate the probability of choosing administration over a pure academic track.
After all, "astronomer" is an anagram of "moon starer.
Nationally, an estimated 20 percent of poor families do not have telephones (Giesbrecht, Kulp, & Starer, 1996).
The book features numerous types of people who aggravate you on your daily commute - such as The Beggar, The Broadsheet, The Death Breath, The Nutter, and The Starer.
And the ghoulish attraction could be ripe for the picking if cast and crew could work the same magic as the Johnny Depp starer.
Burney rushed 16 times in relief of starer Josh Rivera, who injured his leg in the second quarter.
Our 4 year old starer Lauren was born with many special needs.