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a) uses an image, sound, video or dramatization in a manner that is designed to solicit legal employment by appealing to a prospective client's emotions rather than to a rational evaluation of a lawyer's suitability to represent the prospective client;
In a second dramatization, two volunteers say "Welcome to Eugene
We're very pleased to bring Timberwolf's original fiction, unabridged, full-cast audio dramatizations to a broader audience via Mazingo," says Timberwolf's President, Patrick Seaman.
an independent production company, is creator and executive producer of two new shows: Midnight Mac, a variety show on HBO centered around comedian Bernie Mac, who is black; and Trial by Jury on UPN, a half-hour dramatization of a trial that concludes with two verdicts, one by an on-screen jury and the other by viewers who call in on a 900 number.
Director Uli Edel said most dramatizations of Julius Caesar portray the last five years or so of his life before he was stabbed at age 56 by men who had hailed him as their hero.
Paul Getty Museum, attempts to clarify the term ``documentary'' and contrast such works with Hollywood dramatizations.
Students of early modern travel will also find much of use here, since dramatizations of current events provide one window onto the culture's "reading" of travel - travel experienced by most English citizens only on the stage or via the printed page.
About monterey media - monterey's versatile and award-winning video library encompasses a multitude of quality programming, including literary adaptations, poetry dramatizations and short stories adapted to film.
For the rest of us, whose tolerance for dramatizations of all things Kennedy was burned out decades ago, ``Thirteen Days'' offers a rare glimpse at why, with good reason for a change, Jack and Bobby deserved to be appreciated.
Eight years later, Fratelli Bologna partners' Dupell and Hall and their troupe focus exclusively on business theater services, including dramatizations of future scenarios for corporations including Royal Dutch Shell, Dow Corning and The Idea Factory; performances at trade shows and events; and custom meeting presentations for clients including Microsoft, Sun Microsystems, Stanford University and the World Economic Forum.
The latter, described as a one-hour mini-movie, will bring us dramatizations of some of the different possible crime scenarios that have been discussed - and have been making the basis for lurid tabloid headlines - spliced together with interviews and depictions of evidence.