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During an artist-in-residence appointment at the American Academy in Rome, Nimoy produced a series based on the Antonio Canova sculpture of Paulina Bonaparte Borghese.

What happened to Canova. The legend of Lee Meriwether. The boxing of glamour and its girls. Glamour in boxing too. The maids of Kyrgyzstan and their maids. Appearances we have known. News about Amy Alexander. The ins and outs of Arundel Castle.

The tricks of battering. Why being 20th isn't so bad. Great shopping sprees of Victoria Beckham. The customs of Miletus. Times Square, where it is and why. The secret of Deinosis. What Lois Smith did next. What you can make with baneberries. The wonders of Chennai and the lore of the sister-in-law. The meaning and symbolism of Midnight. What happened to Philomela. Alcatraz Prison and those people who have seen it in a film. The story of Kadamba Simmons. Anyone called Griffey or anyone who was in class with Griffey. The film John Tucker Must Die and anyone who might have heard of it. The achievements of Italian-American women. The glamour of the lonely Cactus. The deeds and daring of Chanel Iman. The beauty of Barbed Wire. Deep Purple and any bands that are better than Deep Purple.

How to be settled or unsettled. Stelles and settlement. The art of admitting, how to admit and how to avoid admitting. A group for fans of Countess Bathory and her brood. Groom, grooms, groomery, groomism, groomist and derivatives.

Deviance is the thing. Sophie Raworth, her life, times and invasions. Casinos and people who have seen them. Eva Mendes.

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  • 10
  • Sculpture
  • Oct 22, 2008
  • English

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