beribbon

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India, March 11 -- Women's day dawned on Delhi in its usual euphemistically enterprising manner-newspapers dripping with eulogies to the daughters of Eve and beaming advertisements goading them towards procuring that one product that promised to beribbon the path of the new age woman marching into the future.
Heightened sensitivity, sureness of touch, and unfaltering artistic integrity beribbon Resnais's career and now ensure his legacy.