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  • This double bill does not have quite the super-buoyancy of last year's pairing of Richard III and The Comedy of Errors: it is not clear how Henry V's call to arms chimes with The Winter's Tale's redemptive story.

    She Stoops to Conquer; Henry V, The Winter's Tale – review

  • The only thing redeeming about today's post is the Veggie Tale's references...

    Rabbit Food

  • We made a pit stop on the way to attend a party celebrating the release of Yellow Tale's sparkling wine.

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • Many feminists will not condone it under any circumstances, fear of creating the Handmaid's Tale's breeder class.

    grrl talk

  • In my 'net travels, I later discovered that the phrase had occurred to another blogger under Tale's spell.

    The Thirteenth Tale

  • It gave the impression that Bournemouth police had found something similar to the "Pig" scrawled in blood on Sharon Tale's front door.

    Disordered Minds

  • The Winter's Tale's most significant variation in Shakespeare's twice-told tale of the recovered daughter and wife is that we as audience are assured that Hermione is really dead.


  • Now it was Tale's turn to nod, which he did as if he understood the human's position completely.

    Emperor of Ansalon

  • Tale's voice rose to hysterical levels, and the chaotic crowd of attackers paused for a moment.

    Emperor of Ansalon

  • Among pictures aimed at grownups, only Moneyball scored, its $12.5 million finishing just behind the No. 1 Dolphin Tale's $14.2 million at the North American box office, according to early studio estimates. Top Stories


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