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DEMIES. In some universities and colleges this term is synonymous with scholars. Boyle on Charities, 129.

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Such individual expression by an auteur may proffer a world-view or even, as is the case with Demy, create a personal universe, what Jean-Andre Fieschi terms a "personal mythology" (272).
Charles Chapel marks a turning point in the documentary, as she recalls the people in her life who passed away, and the years spent with her loves, Jacques Demy and her two children, Mathieu and Rosalie.
Now that we know more about Demy and his agenda, it becomes obvious that Demy's agenda included the "queering" of the subject material, and Duggan (French, Wayne State U.
I completed the Street League Acas demy in August, achieving a Fit for Work level one qualification, as well as a Community Sports Leader Award level two.
GIG: Grace demy pupil Toni ncisgets y for day's arity cert.
The 2001 film features Amira Casar and Mathieu Demy in the cast and tells the story of a 30-year-old man who discovers that the trials and responsibilities of adulthood are finally starting to catch up with him.
Mike Hutchings of Reuters won first prize in the Sports Singles category for his photograph from the World Cup semi-final in Cape Town, South Africa, showing the Netherlands' Demy de Zeeuw being kicked in the face by Uruguay's Martin Caceres.
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In the other Group G game, Demy De Zeeuw and Luis Suarez both hit fine goals as Ajax recorded their first win of the group stages despite playing over half an hour with 10 men against Auxerre in the Amsterdam ArenA.
Giovanni van Bronckhorst The former Rangers man collected the ball from Demy De Zeeuw from deep in his left-back position.
Netherlands' Demy de Zeeuw is kicked in the face by Uruguay's Martin Caceres during their 2010 World Cup semi-final football match at Green Point stadium in Cape Town yesterday.
Bert van Marwijk, the Dutch coach, made changes at half time to build a more attacking formation, bringing off Demy de Zeeuw and replacing him with Rafael can der Vaart, a clear signal of intent.