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  • Other notable films include Swept from the Sea, About a Boy and Constantine.

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  • "Travolti da un insolito destino nell'azzurro mare d'agosto" IMDb 1974, or in English: "Swept Away... by an Unusual Destiny in the Blue Sea of August"

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  • Today is the last day you will be able to see Madonna in Swept Away at a theater.

    Swept Away Kicked out of Theaters

  • The new device, called the Swept Wavelength Optical resonant-Raman Device (SWOrRD), illuminates a sample with a sequence of as many as 100 laser wavelengths and measures the spectrum of light scattered from the sample at each laser wavelength.

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  • RocknRolla is being seen as the director's make-or-break movie following his last two film titles Swept Away and Revolver.

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  • "Swept," he murmured to himself as he laid his broom aside, and taking up the basket of white roses proceeded to set them tenderly upon the altar.

    The Proud Prince

  • Through reenactments and on-camera interviews, the episode, “Swept Away,” will recreate the record-breaking, San

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  • Swept away by the creative impulse, he got off the electric car, without vexation, two blocks beyond his crossing.

    Chapter 27

  • Swept along half the length of an aisle by the terror-stricken women, she had broken her way back through the rout and quickly caught the light-blinded visitant in a clothes basket.

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  • Swept up in my own world of proms, graduation and college classes, I barely noticed that his fifty-hour weeks had increased to eighty.

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