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  • Their faculty members, specifically Bruce Strong, who's been a huge mentor for me since I've been here, and Stan Alost, who was the professor last winter when I shot most of the stuff in my portfolio right now, have a knack for taking it beyond the technical and pushing it into more of an emotional realm.

    Archive 2006-12-01

  • Their faculty members, specifically Bruce Strong, who's been a huge mentor for me since I've been here, and Stan Alost, who was the professor last winter when I shot most of the stuff in my portfolio right now, have a knack for taking it beyond the technical and pushing it into more of an emotional realm.

    Matt Eich interview - Part A

  • Alost as happy as I wold be to get y issing letters!

    YesButNoButYes: Breakfast Links

  • When we have fully discussed these great preliminary questions, with which no sovereign embarrasses himself, or is embarrassed, we must proceed to discuss the right of fifty or sixty families upon the county of Alost; the town of Orchies; the duchy of Berg and of

    A Philosophical Dictionary

  • Alost as hard as being some of the 28% of the single digit wackjobs that still drink the Neocon Koolaid.

    Think Progress » 28 percent.

  • Submission — He practises an Expedient to detain the Carriage at Alost, and confirms the Priest in his Interest.

    The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle

  • They depart from Ghent — Our Hero engages in a Political Dispute with his Mistress, whom he offends, and pacifies with Submission — He practises an Expedient to detain the Carriage at Alost, and confirms the Priest in his Interest.

    The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle

  • They depart from Ghent — Our Hero engages in a Political Dispute with his Mistress, whom he offends, and pacifies with Submission — He practises an Expedient to detain the Carriage at Alost, and confirms the Priest in his Interest.

    The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle

  • Pickle and his governor, who coming out into the passage, and seeing him thus employed, asked if he had forgot the chamber-pots of Alost, that he ventured to behave in such a manner as entitled him to a second prescription of the same nature.

    The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle

  • On pretence of enjoying a free air, he mounted the box, and employed his elocution and generosity with such success, that the driver undertook to disable the diligence from proceeding beyond the town of Alost for that day; and, in consequence of his promise, gently overturned it when they were but a mile short of that baiting-place.

    The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle

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  • aka Aalst

    October 28, 2010