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“The work's title, Brank & Heckle, refers to a brank, a 16th-century iron muzzle used to silence women offenders, and hecklers, first thought to refer to 19th-century Dundee mill workers who, while heckling combing out flax would, like the artist, give surreptitious voice to dissent.”
“America The Beautiful," he adds, referring to the 19th-century song regarded as a second national anthem by many in the US.”
“Our rover is going to be like John Wesley Powell going down the Grand Canyon," Grotzinger said, referring to the 19th-century explorer who led an expedition down the Colorado River.”
“In the video, Chávez described how as a boy he would pretend he was 19th-century independence-era hero Simon Bolivar while playing with his friends.”
“One of Denver's premier 19th-century Victorian-style homes is on the market for $935K.”
“One of Denver s premier 19th-century Victorian-style homes is on the market for $935K.”
“Trip Planner Where to stay Set within gardens overlooking the Charente Valley, the dainty 19th-century Ch â teau de l'Yeuse , with 21 rooms and three suites, lies three kilometers from the center of Cognac.”
“Mr. Parkes said he believes his ultimate client isn't Sotheby's, Christie's or any of the dozens of private dealers and owners he works with; it's posterity — a responsibility probably better understood by a painter who sees his own work in the 19th-century landscape tradition of Corot.”
“Sotheby's has scrapped its February sale of a controversial Â£4.5m mask believed to have been looted by British forces from 19th-century West Africa.”
“Christmas saw the release of Mr. Hampson's superb recording of Mahler's "Des Knaben Wunderhorn" "The Youth's Magic Horn", a series of enchanting lieder with orchestral accompaniment — Mahler also wrote a version with piano — based on folk verses collected by the early 19th-century German poets Clemens Brentano and Ludwig Achim von Arnim.”
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