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  • Supreme Courtship is another classic Christopher Buckley comedy about the Washington institutions most deserving of ridicule.

    Supreme Courtship by Christopher Buckley: Book summary

  • Two decades before Kinsey appeared on the scene, in "Courtship After Marriage" (November 1921), "Another Bachelor" (as the anonymous author referred to himself) called such squeamishness into question.

    Dr. Kinsey's Revolution

  • Kingsbury even wrote and published a prequel, called Courtship Rite, to explain the background of one of societies in his unpublished book.

    It's incredible, it brings out the animal in me

  • The study, called 'Courtship Behaviour of Ostriches Towards Humans Under Farming Conditions in Britain' is one, and another is the medical report in

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • The NFL coaching saga known as the Courtship of Jeff Fisher'' continued without resolution Wednesday as both the St. Louis Rams and

    CNN.com

  • He had courted according to "Courtship"; he had tried to win the affections according to "How to Win" them, and instead of the "Yes" that Jarby's book led him to believe he would receive, he had been given a "No."

    Kilo : being the love story of Eliph' Hewlitt, book agent

  • James Komax was the writer and actor on a hit sitcom called The Courtship of Eddie’s Father and he loved Cheech and Chong so much that after we turned down the offer, he used the pilot he wrote for us and did the show with a New York comic named Freddie Prinze.

    Cheech & Chong

  • It may render what is termed "Courtship" something else beside a golden age; yet, in the end, who can doubt, it will prove a rich source of substantial happiness?

    The Young Maiden

  • F. "Courtship" Behaviour - Mare is sometimes quite aggressive: - paws, stamps - bites - kicks

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  • That night, at 28, she made her Off Off Broadway debut in "Courtship," a play written by her father, Horton Foote.

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