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“Sekurang-kurangnya, bolehlah kita tengok ada jejaka peminat Fara yang sedang makan hati bila dengar Fara akan kahwin.”
“Anna Maria Fara, who works for the winery, explains that a visit to Vigne Surrau in October is usually "the most calm for the visitor who is really interested in tasting our wine.”
“The lovely little book, Scientists Anonymous by Patricia Fara has a short biography of Ada Lovelace, suitable for younger readers.”
“Fara also contributed to a biographical piece on Ada broadcast on BBC.”
“Fara said ... laura .. i love ur blog ... i like the cake mould, in malaysia i dont think that we have such mould, huhuhu”
“A film about celebrated pizza man Domenico DeMarco, of Brooklyn's Di Fara Pizza, will be paired with pies from the shop.”
“PIZZA, whether in a cone, in a cup, in a grocery-store-freezer-box, in a rodent-infested New Yawk City ‘truck’, in a Pizza Hut, in a filthy ‘Di Fara’ shack, or in any other joint — - is still PIZZA.”
“The book does feel somewhat incomplete, but it is apparently purposely designed as one of a set of four - matching a similar volume also by Fara on electricity in the eighteenth century, and also books by Stephen Pumfrey on the seventeenth century and Iwan Morus on the nineteenth.”
“Fara explores the eighteenth century not as a time like ours but as an alien culture which needs to be explained and unpacked, and does this through three key characters in the history of the understanding of magnetism: Edmund Halley (who also plays an important role in the earlier chapters of Sobel's book), Gowin Knight (who ended up truculently running the British Museum) and Franz Mesmer (as in mesmerism).”
“I got my historical training in the same place that Fara teaches (she is now the senior tutor of the Cambridge college I attended, and lectures in the department where I got my M Phil).”
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