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  • The men had been hunting, got lost, and were on the point of perishing when they saw the women, whom they called the Daughters of the Sun.

    Judge deveraux

  • The wardrobe of Molly and Cynthia in Wives and Daughters is mostly modest and very country looking.

    Same Pattern, 2nd Dress

  • Upon arrival, I was also happily reminded by the posted signs, that Channing Daughters is part of the Peconic Land Trust.

    Vineyard Visuals

  • Daughters is the only Long Island winery to grow and produce

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  • "Dead Daughters is far more arthouse than grindhouse," writes Todd at Twitch.

    GreenCine Daily: Shorts, 2/22.

  • I bought the DVD's ages ago when Amazon were having a clear out but always like to read the book first so Wives and Daughters is waiting patiently.

    42 entries from November 2007

  • In the Moscow Times, Tom Birchenough recognizes that Pavel Ruminov's Dead Daughters is certainly the first contemporary Russian horror movie, set in the all-too-recognizable location of an outlying Moscow neighborhood.

    GreenCine Daily: Weekend shorts.

  • "[Pavel] Ruminov's new movie, Dead Daughters, is - partly by hype and partly by the vestiges of a former Soviet system that eschewed slasher meditations - arguably Russia's first true horror movie," writes Jeffrey Fleishman.

    GreenCine Daily: Shorts, 3/19.

  • I think Channing Daughters is the first winery we've visited where we enjoyed every single wine.

    From the Vine

  • Joe Kelly of Dads and Daughters is on the right track when he tells the St. Paul Pioneer Press that the real problem is with the pervasiveness of advertising that consistently makes us all look bad.

    Post-Game Cultural Analysis | PopPolitics.com

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