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Target faces were presented for varying durations (17, 34, 51, 85 and 119 ms) that were chosen based on previous research on emotion discrimination with backward masked faces (e.
The masked dancer followed the coffin to the cemetery, leaving the mask on the tomb or in a small house erected above it.
Our Way of Making Prayer: Yup'ik Masks and the Stories They Tell is a collection of the remembrances of thirty-three Yup'ik elders who witnessed and took part in the last traditional masked Yup'ik dance ceremonies in the early 1900s.
TOLUCA LAKE -- An upscale Italian restaurant became the latest target of the masked gunmen who have robbed scores of San Fernando Valley eateries over the past two years, police said Monday.
Many of the canti he collected take as their point of departure the tradesmen's songs sung by groups of masked singers walking the streets of Florence during Carnevale, and which take as their themes the activities of the various mestieri and are rich with obscene double-entendres.
Banderas has an even better time enchanting Zeta-Jones' perpetually intrigued Elena, both as the masked man and in a third incarnation as a fake Spanish aristocrat.
The Musketeers decide to liberate Philippe, give him a crash course in royalty and then pull the old switcheroo during a masked ball.
After playing the Lone Ranger on tube and screen, after decades of melding Hollywood hero-worship and the reality of his own life, Moore has plenty to say, much of it a new book called ``I Was That Masked Man.