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  • Displayed is my own plate from a brief stint I had on your miserable little rock.

    No really, let me see your licsense….

  • "Displayed" is hardly the word, for the inside of the car, which was hurtling along at great speed, was so dark that she could not even see the shape of the man whose arm encircled her, and she knew he could not see her.

    Bandit Love

  • "Displayed," meaning that all error values are displayed in the printout exactly as they currently appear in the work - sheet.

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  • Windows 7: customise How the Date is Displayed in the System Tray [Tech-Recipes]

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  • Displayed in separate nooks, a fascinating array of photos and memorabilia document the Stein's vie bohème and their renowned Saturday salons—early evening at rue Madame and later at rue de Fleurus, where the crowd was as likely to include Hemingway and Fitzgerald as the artists whose works hung on the walls.

    One Family's Adventures With Art

  • Displayed in an upright vitrine showing both sides, a page from the "Trés Belles Heures de Notre Dame de Jean de Berry" portrays gory, gold-haloed "Martyred Saints" on one side and "Confessor Saints" on the reverse, attributed to the Master of Saint John the Baptist, with elaborate capitals and smaller scenes on each side attributed to another artist, a follower of Jan Van Eyck.

    Past the Crowds, the Louvre's Little Gem of a Show

  • Displayed for the first time in a single exhibition, these lesser-known pieces establish themselves as independent works even as they simultaneously reveal the process behind many iconic paintings.

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  • The new plaque now in the Hall has the added sentence: "Displayed tremendous courage and poise in 1947 when he integrated the modern Major Leagues in the face of intense adversity."

    Robinson's role in integration properly noted

  • Displayed for the first time in a single exhibition, these lesser-known pieces, including Renoir's "Nude Bathers Playing with a Crab" circa 1897-1900, left establish themselves as independent works even as they simultaneously reveal the process behind many iconic paintings.

    What's On Around Europe

  • Displayed here is a century's harvest of sticks and stamps, pucks and pads, crests and cups, originating everywhere from Saskatchewan to South Africa.

    The Glorious and The Gruesome

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