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  • proper n. A female given name of Irish origin; a variant of Shay , from Shea.


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  • Valerian, King of the Nymphs, isn't having any of that - because Shaye is his mate.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • The back and forth between a determined-to-seduce, Valerian, and an equally determined-to-resist, Shaye, is very passionate and the tension just keeps rising.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • The heroine, Shaye, is a human who's abducted away to Atlantis by the nymphs - because they need women and since women absolutely adore them and the pleasure they can give, the nymphs see no problem with the whole abduction thing.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • Quint at AICN on the escalating nastiness between New Line and Peter Jackson: "I guess now it's personal and [New Line CEO Robert] Shaye is going to do his damndest to fast track Hobbit, which is always a good reason to make a film."

    GreenCine Daily: Weekend shorts.

  • One complaint by a woman identified as Shaye is Tiller's office lowered the gestational age of her baby after 1st arriving at an age by ultrasound too advanced for TIller to abort without getting a 2nd opinion and breaking the law.


  • There were many notable locals here, including the actor/director Bob Balaban, the singer Lou Reed who snuck up behind Mr. Ross and gave him a hug, the artist Eric Fischl, the fashion designers Nicole Miller and Elie Tahari and the former New Line executives Michael Lynne and Bob Shaye.

    Party-Hopping in East Hampton

  • "I love this show, in spite of the artist," Mr. Shaye joked to Mr. Ross.

    Party-Hopping in East Hampton

  • On the surface, the movie basically unleashes horror icon Freddy Kruger into the real world, where he terrorizes the real actors (Heather Langenkamp, John Saxon, Robert Englund) and filmmakers (Wes Craven, Robert Shaye) who brought him to life.

    Scott Mendelson: Just in Time for Halloween: 10 of the Scariest Horror Films of the Last 20 Years.

  • It should be mentioned that in his written testimony, Gary Shaye of Save the Children, addressed the cholera epidemic and the urgent need for sanitation infrastructure, the only panelist to do so.

    Georgianne Nienaber: Regine Barjon at Senate Hearing: "The People of Haiti Know What They Want"

  • AM: I signed with a fantastic publisher, Shaye Areheart Books.

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » Interview: Amy MacKinnon, part 2


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