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  • Whereat the poor hostess, her narrative interrupted by tears, explained that Tom o 'the Gleam was a frequent customer of hers, and that she had never thought badly of him.

    The Treasure of Heaven A Romance of Riches

  • The Gleam was a good way a-- stern, as if to whip them in, and to take care that no stray piccaroon should make a dash at any of them.

    Tom Cringle's Log

  • "Starting in Again" is another standout song, featuring some stellar guitar playing, and "Gleam" has one of the darker pop melodies found on the disc, featuring a Middle Eastern-styled instrumental ending that fades out a bit before its time.

    Playback:stl Syndication

  • Merlin and the Gleam is the spiritual allegory of the poet’s own career: -

    Alfred Tennyson

  • The Gleam in the Young Bastard's Eye: Finish Fetish & the Continuing Fascination with Sensuality of Surface in Contemporary Art | In the early 60's, artists such as Billy Al Bengston, Larry Bell, Craig Kaufman, Kenny Price, and John McKracken among others began working with materials which were uniquely evocative of those associated with the Los Angeles car and surf culture.

    Bill Bush: What is Worth Saving? This Artweek.LA (November 14-20, 2011)

  • (Also the Banshee earrings, and the Seer's Stone necklace (but I do not need to hoard all of the world's labradorite!), and Copper Gleam ...) tell your story

    Monday

  • The Gleam in the Young Bastard's Eye: Finish Fetish & the Continuing Fascination with Sensuality of Surface in Contemporary Art | In the early 60's, artists such as Billy Al Bengston, Larry Bell, Craig Kaufman, Kenny Price, and John McKracken among others began working with materials which were uniquely evocative of those associated with the Los Angeles car and surf culture.

    Bill Bush: What is Worth Saving? This Artweek.LA (November 14-20, 2011)

  • Gleam from it what you will and be prepared to serve some of them up when Georgetown gets its ass waxed!

    I.O.U.

  • The Gleam in the Young Bastard's Eye: Finish Fetish & the Continuing Fascination with Sensuality of Surface in Contemporary Art | In the early 60's, artists such as Billy Al Bengston, Larry Bell, Craig Kaufman, Kenny Price, and John McKracken among others began working with materials which were uniquely evocative of those associated with the Los Angeles car and surf culture.

    Bill Bush: What is Worth Saving? This Artweek.LA (November 14-20, 2011)

  • The Gleam in the Young Bastard's Eye: Finish Fetish & the Continuing Fascination with Sensuality of Surface in Contemporary Art | In the early 60's, artists such as Billy Al Bengston, Larry Bell, Craig Kaufman, Kenny Price, and John McKracken among others began working with materials which were uniquely evocative of those associated with the Los Angeles car and surf culture.

    Bill Bush: What is Worth Saving? This Artweek.LA (November 14-20, 2011)

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