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  • Meanwhile, Carmine is persuaded into creating a younger copy of himself to defend the younger Theodore.

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  • The astounded Ted Kelly arrived in minutes, gasping at what he called Carmine’s luck.

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  • Betty was a tenured professor of American Studies when she called Carmine’s company to inquire about a fabric-dyeing technique she was researching.

    THRIVING WITH HEART DISEASE

  • "'Woolworths in Winchester; price sixpence; red of a shade called Carmine; lip paint to be applied with a brush,'" Royston read from his notes.

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  • The food, the room, even the idea of Carmine's, is familiar, accessible, easy to grasp.

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  • Later, during the Bob Muglia keynote the new System Center Virtual Machine Manager (codename Carmine) was demonstrated as well.

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  • Note 18: Pierre Pomet, Histoire generale des drogues (Paris, 1694); Philippe Macquer, Dictionnaire portatif des arts et métiers: contenant en abrégé l'histoire, la description and la police des arts et métiers, des fabriques et manufactures de France and des pays étrangers (Paris, 1766) s.v. "Carmine"; Jacques-Christophe Valmont de Bomare, Dictionnaire raisonnée universel d'histoire naturelle (Paris, 1775). back

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  • Bringing together such disparate elements as the alphabet, gradations in color, a heightened sense of tension, and even a recipe at its conclusion, "Carmine" is not the most accessible of Little Red tales out there, but it's certainly one of the most pleasant to thumb through.

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  • The version of this story that "Carmine" seems the closest to at least in spirit would probably be Lisa Campbell Ernst's, "Little Red Riding Hood: A Newfangled Prairie Tale".

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  • But while "Carmine" is a far more stylized retelling with a very real sense of tension to it, Ernst's tale makes for a much better readaloud, especially when you take into consideration its homey southern drawl.

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