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  • The tawdry trappings of a modern Christmas are all too recognisable in Michael Vale's designs, lit by Paule Constable.

    Lucerne Festival Orchestra; Xerxes; La bohème – review

  • Paule Constable's painterly lighting made the gloomy street scenes, the graveyard with its hooded figures in the stacked squares, and the light-flooded ballrooms seem equally menacing.

    Ladies' Man

  • On a personal level, Ms. Lambert abided by a simple style mantra: "Get your look and stick with it," which for her meant a turban, Leon Paule tunics and pants, a crocodile Hermès Kelly bag and Belgian loafers.

    Fashion's First Lady

  • Marie Paule Kodjo, who runs the nonprofit Women's Committee for Elections and Reconstruction, says her group's volunteers have taught voters across the country how to mark their ballots.

    Election Observers Prepare for Sunday's Ivory Coast Vote

  • Even if it can't reconcile the play's internal division, Holmes's production is utterly compelling: the silences, especially in the early scenes, are charged with emotion and Paule Constable's use of a fierce light to illuminate the eye-gouged Ian's degradation creates a series of chilling Bacon-like images.

    Blasted - review

  • The original recipe David discussed, which he got from a pastry loving (and teaching) friend, Paule Caillat, in Paris, calls for heating the butter mixture in the oven in an ovenproof bowl until it is hot.

    Browned Butter Tart Dough | Baking Bites

  • Guadalupe and the way of the Huichol The Huichol way is the way of the Heart by Anne Paule Picker

    Mexico's Huichol resource page: their culture, symbolism, art

  • "They come back with a sense of pride," said Paule T.

    Poll: Veterans Looking for Food Help

  • More from Paule Anglim Gallery, here and here. and especailly this one.

    Vitro Nasu » 2008 » January

  • As night falls, he stumbles upon a decrepit house that is inhabited by the ancient Mrs. Leeds (Irma St. Paule) and her two mute, grown-up children, Judy (Christie Sanford) and Boy (Edwin Neal of Texas Chain Saw Massacre fame).

    Satan’s Playground (2005)

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