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Paintings and Artwork by Bernard Kayman By Leigh Underwood, Bernard Kayman
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Paintings, needlepoint, fountains, and bonsai plants
Paintings and Artwork by Bernard Kayman By Leigh Underwood, Bernard Kayman
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Paintings, needlepoint, fountains, and bonsai plants (SOFTCOVER EDITION)
Bernard Leo Hoss By Jeff Werner
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Family, history, and pictures of the Bernard Leo Hoss family from Ness City, KS.
Bernard Leo Hoss By Jeff Werner
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Family, history, and pictures of the Bernard Leo Hoss family from Ness City, KS.
Bernard Shaw: Life & Words By Ann Kannings
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This book is an anthology of 218 quotes from George Bernard Shaw and 72 facts about George Bernard Shaw. Between 1879 and 1883 George Bernard Shaw earned only £6 from his writings. His wife... More > Charlotte resolved to have no children and abstained from sex completely throughout the marriage. At the age of 16, George Bernard Shaw lived through the break-up of his parent’s marriage, as his mother left to live with her singing coach. Shaw stayed with his father. Shaw actually hated the George in his name, and used just Bernard Shaw. George Bernard Shaw was a vegetarian. “Lack of money is the root of all evil.” “Never wrestle with pigs. You both get dirty and the pig likes it.” “There are two tragedies in life. One is to lose your heart's desire. The other is to gain it.” “The English are not a very spiritual people, so they invented cricket to give them some idea of eternity.” “A fashion is nothing but an induced epidemic.” “A gentleman is one who puts more into the world than he takes out.”< Less
George Bernard Shaw By Dr. Azher Suleiman
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George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950) is acclaimed as the most significant British dramatist of the modern era. Though he is best known as a playwright, Shaw was also a respected critic, journalist,... More > novelist, and essayist. A famous social reformer, Shaw wrote plays which dramatized social commentaries, and in 1925 he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature for his achievements. Today, his works are studied in literature classes worldwide and are considered classics of modern drama. Perhaps Nehru of India most nearly succeeded when he said, “Shaw was not only of the greatest figures of the age but one who influenced the thought of vast number of human beings during two generations.”< Less
Saint Bernard Parish Hospital By Christopher Hoal
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This is a record of the design process and final photography for Saint Bernard Parish Hospital by Gresham, Smith and Partners. Produced by Chris Hoal.
Bernard Williams: Blanket Paintings By Iceberg Projects
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Bernard Williams Blanket Paintings Catalogue generously underwritten by Dr. Dan Berger Cover image (detail): Pedestal, 2006, 76 x 86 inches, acrylic and fabric on blanket. Collection of Daniel S.... More > Berger MD Catalogue design by Tom Burtonwood http://www.icebergchicago.com Iceberg Projects Chicago, IL< Less
Mysticism of Bernard of Clairvoux By Etienne Gilson
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It is universally recognized that Bernard was a prince among mystics. His mysticism is very -personal; he was too great and individual a character for it to be otherwise. But it is at the same time... More > of a very definite type; it is, as Abbot Butler wrote in his Western Mysticism, "Pre-Dionysian, pre-scholastic, non-philosophical." In his theories of the life of prayer Bernard belonged to the age of the Fathers. Speculatively, Augustine and, in a lesser degree, Ambrose, were his masters. In the practical ordering of life, he depended to some extent on Basil and Maximus the Confessor, but very largely on Benedict, whose rule in its purity the Cistercian Order tried to inculcate.< Less
A Tribute to Bernard Shell Sr. By Andre Washington
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On 11 June 2006 the Hampton Roads community paid tribute to Mr. Bernard Shell, Sr., founder and director of the Voices of Norfolk Concert Choir, which was organized in October 1967, Mr. Shell... More > realized that there was no community choir in the area. Recognizing the need for such a group, he was successful in organizing and directing the Voices of Norfolk Concert Choir. After thirty years, he retired from the Voices, but not from music. Within a relatively short period, he emerged again as founder and director of the Melodies of praise.< Less