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  • "Weep," it piped, "weep," and bounded past him into the warmth behind.

    The Unicorn Trade

  • Instead of rambling ... from The deliciously-named indy band present their debut album "Weep," supported by opening act Envoy.

    Pestiside.hu

  • Cotman's unfinished study of Rievaulx Abbey 1803 uses lifting off to depict a smudge of barely-there foliage, while 80 years later Walter Langley employs scratching out in his But Men Must Work and Women Must Weep to create tiny stray hairs on the heads of the two women whose anxious presence dominates the picture.

    Watercolour at Tate Britain - review

  • Weep for the glory that is lost, a phone that could beat any other in a game of conkers:

    Mobile Phone

  • As always, his set comprises mostly American standards, beginning with "Here's That Rainy Day," which suited the dank weather on Tuesday evening, followed by "Willow Weep for Me," which, in his interpretation, also seemed to depict a rainy night, the stress of which could only be alleviated with some "Tea for Two."

    The Modern Sounds of Yore

  • "Everyone was stunned because everyone was expecting a museum piece," said Robert Levine , author of "Weep, Shudder, Die: A Guide to Loving Opera."

    Historic Opera Fit for Kings County

  • Weep for Ahmadinejad, who faces an attempted coup by telegenic ELITISTS, which is all Bush's fault.

    Shorter Comrade Milne

  • It seems odd that the first Cambodian rock opera should have its premiere in Lowell, Massachusetts, but that's what happened: composer Sophy Him and librettist Catherine Filloux brought their fascinating hybrid Where Elephants Weep to the former mill town/birthplace of Jack Kerouac in the spring of 2007 for three workshop/preview performances.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • Amid much publicity, Where Elephants Weep finally had its Cambodian premiere last November, and was subsequently shown on Cambodian TV on Christmas.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • Stunning sets are a feature of National Theatre of Scotland NTS productions and Colin Richmond's design for Men Should Weep is no exception.

    Men Should Weep; The Missing – review

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