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The poems are beautifully written with all the warmth and directness that one would expect from a master raconteur, and, ever the schoolteacher, Phinn has included a bibliography at the back which explains the various poetic forms used.
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Yet I chiefly remember the pleasure of aimless talk, for Henderson was a teller and wonderful raconteur.
boats, cooking in the wild, or just listening to an inimitable raconteur roam his way over the waters and the woods.
Each fiscal year management fulfills the role of raconteur by telling its story regarding the company's financial position and results of operations.
A raconteur accustomed to spraying ideas and invective as if they were the same thing, Moore isn't known for pulling back the reins, but Fahrenheit 9/11 tones down his blustery act, finding room for nuance in areas ranging from September 11 footage (the planes hit the buildings, but the screen is black) to his own onscreen presence (he narrates, but is largely invisible).
Peter Ustinov, an Oscar-winning actor, writer, and raconteur who referred to himself as "a citizen of the world" died at the age of 82 in Switzerland on March 28, 2004.
Del Rio emerges as an unlikely raconteur, guiding readers through a maze of theology, law, and magic with wit and erudition.
An accomplished director, writer and (duh) raconteur, Reilly will beguile ye with theatrical tales told out of school, Aug.
Drawing from personal experiences and from work with clients, DeMarco -- a consultant working in New York and London -- is like a good raconteur determined to entertain first, then enlighten.