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  • He went to what they called a Cutting School, in New York City, and became a first-rate tailor.

    Oral History Interview with Howard Kester, July 22, 1974. Interview B-0007-1. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)

  • Almost all of the characters in Cutting for Stone are living in some sort of exile, self-imposed or forced, from their home country-Hema and

    Cutting For Stone by Abraham Verghese: Questions

  • There are a number of dramatic scenes on operating tables in Cutting for Stone: the twins 'births, Thomas Stone amputating his own finger, Ghosh untwisting Colonel Mebratu's volvulus, the liver transplant, etc.

    Cutting For Stone by Abraham Verghese: Questions

  • Cutting is difficult because it requires me to evaluate the necessity of whole scenes objectively right after I've just finished writing them.

    msagara: Progress report

  • Cutting is all about the order (and sometimes disorder) of images, but it also has a lot to do with timing.

    Who Watches The Watchmen Fan Films? | Fan Cinema Today

  • When Captain Cutting sighted the ship she was waterlogged, and the crew were reduced to the last extremity, having nothing but a few biscuits to eat and a little rain water to drink.

    Captain Cutting

  • Captain Cutting, of the American ship Adelaide, has been presented by the Board of Trade with a valuable binocular telescope for saving the captain and crew of the ship Polynesia, of Liverpool, in December last.

    Captain Cutting

  • In Kankwood just by there is also great quantety's of fferne wch tho 'it over runs their ground and so spoiles ye grass where its much, yet ye usefullness of it renders it necessary to be preserv'd; when it is at its maturity wch happens just before harvest or hay tyme, ye whole Country are Employ'd in Cutting it up and burning it in heapes for ye sake of ye ashes wch they make fine and Rowle them up in Balls and so sell them or use them all ye year for washing and scouring, and send much up to

    Through England on a Side Saddle in the Time of William and Mary

  • Cutting is good, as the novel is 81,000 words long already with 80 pages still to go … it’s not short.

    Old Music, New TV work

  • Then, over the weekend, Kevin Sintumuang wrote a hysterical both meanings piece in the Wall Street Journal called Cutting The Cord on Cable.

    Evan Shapiro: Nobody Knows Anything

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