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  • proper n. genus of catshark, family Scyliorhinidae

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  • LE FIGARO: Dans un entretien exclusif au Figaro à paraître samedi, le premier ministre russe estime notamment qu'après la crise géorgienne, «l'Ossétie du sud et l'Abkhazie sont maintenant des états souverains».

    A New Dark Age Is Dawning

  • D.J. Banks, Ryan Grant and Devin Figaro are among those battling to start opposite Robottom, although the most intriguing player at the position is probably junior Joe Kemp, who played eight games at quarterback last season but asked about playing receiver with Ryan Griffin looking like the QB starter this year.

    Around the Conference USA

  • Idris, who was at the harp, turned to that passionate and sorrowful air in Figaro, "Porgi, amor, qualche risforo," in which the deserted

    I.9

  • After the show, Generation O will host a swanky soiree with the cast at Circle Bistro, including DJ Sharkey spinning tunes and "Figaro" - themed beverages.

    Going Out Guide for May 5, 2010

  • However, the more interesting of the two, Yves Roucaute’s “With Friends Like This”, seems to be a translation of a piece he had previously published in Figaro, which was roughly translated by Joe Noory on No Pasarán.

    What next for the Western alliance?

  • Opening this week at Berkeley Repertory Theater is what sounds like an entertaining production by the Theatre de la Jeune Lune called Figaro, described as "inspired by Mozart and Beaumarchais".

    Amplification, Part Umpty-Ump

  • Figaro, which is a backshop to the infernal regions; but where soft joys prevail, where people are convoked to pleasure and the philosopher looks on smiling and silent, where love and laughter and deifying wine abound, there, at least, let the old mild lustre shine upon the ways of man.

    Virginibus Puerisque and other papers

  • My career started shortly after graduating from Harvard -- where I was managing editor of The Crimson -- when I started a weekly newspaper in New Orleans called Figaro.

    Forbes.com: News

  • My career started shortly after graduating from Harvard where I was managing editor of The Crimson when I started a weekly newspaper in New Orleans called Figaro.

  • Regardless, Vancouver Opera calls Figaro the ultimate "date opera" … I'm not sure about as ultimate.

    A View from the Isle

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