Following Artuso-Royer's "Carte Blanche
," another glass of wine and a cigarette or three, the capacity audience descended to the BAC auditorium to watch Tripoli-born guitar hero Osman Arabi perambulate through an elaborate electric guitar solo, played in remarkably soto voice.
Who cares whether Carte Blanche
is realistic?" MATTHEW DUNN
was not 'a pastiche'," the BBC quoted Deaver as saying.
The day's Bond girl, who drove a BSA 1966 Spitfire motorbike to the launch, is inspired by one of Bond's love interests in Carte Blanche
, whose passion for speed and fast engines rivals Bond's own.
"In the world of espionage, giving an agent carte blanche
on a mission comes with an enormous amount of trust and constantly tests both personal and professional judgement.
For more information about Carte Blanche
soup cart and catering, go to www.cbsoup.com.
But upon closer inspection we learn that Carte Blanche
is no blank check.
It was swiftly followed by the Carte Blanche
then, eight years later, by American Express (left).
It also shows Levein has been given carte blanche
by the SFA blazers to do things his way.
You'll have the rare opportunity to see Mats Ek's poignant duet Memory, Hans van Manen's beguiling pas de deux Trois Gnossiennes, the Norwegian group Carte Blanche
in Hofesh Schechter's raucous and bracing Uprising, Jorma Elo's kinetically exciting Lost on Slow for the Royal Danish Ballet, and David Dawson's A Million Kisses to My Skin for English National Ballet.
To Val, it just means carte blanche
to hammer Lily Butterfield over the cranium with a large guilt curtain pole.
, the hard-hitting M-Net television investigative programme, also targeted the paediatric surgical departments at King Edward Hospital (KwaZulu-Natal), Bloemfontein Academic and Pretoria Academic hospitals for a 7-week, R20 million fund-raising blitz to mark their own 20th anniversary.