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  • A well-mounted period production in which Mary Pickford and Leslie Howard play a couple whose loving relationship spans fifty years.

    2009 April : Scrubbles.net

  • A well-mounted period production in which Mary Pickford and Leslie Howard play a couple whose loving relationship spans fifty years.

    Weekly Mishmash: April 5-11 : Scrubbles.net

  • This was a speedily paced and well-mounted flick, occasionally sexy and violent in ways that European films rarely are (obviously the years working in Hollywood were a big plus for Verhoeven with this one).

    2009 December : Scrubbles.net

  • This was a speedily paced and well-mounted flick, occasionally sexy and violent in ways that European films rarely are (obviously the years working in Hollywood were a big plus for Verhoeven with this one).

    Weekly Mishmash: December 6-12 : Scrubbles.net

  • Here, well-mounted displays and installations explain the development of photography in Mexico by showing examples of obsolete processes such as the camera obscura, daguerreotypes, ambro and ferrotypes - largely forgotten procedures wherein images were made on varying surfaces such as silver or glass plate, sensitized with iodine and developed by exposure to mercury vapor.

    Out of the past, speaking volumes

  • They set out within the hour, Hywel ab Owain, Gwion, and an escort of ten men-at-arms, well-mounted, and with authority to commandeer fresh remounts along the way.

    His Disposition

  • I wonder whether that rule would survive a well-mounted attack by the players.

    Albert Pujols

  • They were decent men enough, as hard cases go, half of them bearded buckskineers, a few in faded Army blues, and all well-mounted and armed to the teeth with revolving pistols and rifles.

    Isabelle

  • Nor could it possibly move as fast as a well-mounted and determined force of nearly six hundred men.

    EMPIRE OF THE SUMMER MOON

  • Here, well-mounted displays and installations explain the development of photography in Mexico by showing examples of obsolete processes such as the camera obscura, daguerreotypes, ambro and ferrotypes - largely forgotten procedures wherein images were made on varying surfaces such as silver or glass plate, sensitized with iodine and developed by exposure to mercury vapor.

    Out of the past, speaking volumes

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