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  • Witty as good as unpleasant servants who both assistance as good as hinder lovers have been revisit in this convention of humerous entertainment from Plautus as good as Terence's Roman plays on.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • If the remake, with Nicolas Cage as a rogue cop named Terence McDonagh, commits the sin of entertainment, it's redeemed by a sense of life's contradictions and distinguished by surreal flourishes that include a pair of iguanas, slithery witnesses to Terence's mania.

    'Five': A Series Wakes Up at the Wheel

  • TRISH: I just wanted to respond to Terence's comment about our lieutenant governor, Mitch Landrieu, who realizes that cultural workers, such as musicians, artists, chefs, are one of the reasons that people come to New Orleans and are coming back there.

    Terence Blanchard Considers Life's 'Choices'

  •  Terence's mouth worked a hundred words per minute, then his pencil clattered to the desk, and he reached a hand to his hair, slicked it back with satisfaction.

    For A Day

  • Jonathan Perugia for The Wall Street Journal Sir Terence's collection of ceramic pitchers has provided inspiration for his own designs, many of which are sold in his Conran Shop furniture and home-accessories stores in Tokyo, New York, Paris and London.

    Around the House

  • Conran The 78-year-old Sir Terence's longstanding ambition to make high-end design affordable has produced objects like this clean and contemporary Boomerang coffee table.

    Around the House

  • Jonathan Perugia for The Wall Street Journal Sir Terence's most treasured collection pieces are two ceramic bowls, one by Austrian-born potter Lucie Rie ( "I love the blue and brown," he says), and the other made especially for him by Japanese potter Kawase Shinobu, "whose work I admire very much."

    Around the House

  • As Sir Terence's empire grew so did his influence: He's a prolific author -- his latest book is "Terence Conran's Inspiration" -- and a foodie, too: He's been behind some of London's best-known restaurants, past and present, including Quaglino's.

    The Collector: Sir Terence Conran

  • Cicero's quotation of Terence's line ˜nothing human is alien to me™ in the context of On Duties I. 30 echoes this thought.

    Stoicism

  • For that, in the year I took it, the text was the entire body of Terence's plays, all six of them, with three papers of passages for translation into English, a mass of exegetical questions, and finally a verse composition in the style and meter of Terence based on a given scene of Shakespeare.

    The Chicago Blog: January 2007 Archives

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