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In preparation for the 1996-97 exhibition 'Georges de La Tour and his World' at the National Gallery in Washington and the Kimbell, I undertook, with then assistant conservator Michael Gallagher and Dr Tony Chang at the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Gaithershurg, Maryland, two autoradiographic studies of two paintings in the Kimbell collection by La Tour: The Cheat with the Ace of Clubs (Fig.
Such seems to be the fate of the soon-to-be-wiser youth in The Cheat with the Ace of Clubs.
n premiere Huddersfield Technical College performing arts students who form part of the cast in The Ace of Clubs, a musical melodrama Premiere for show that is all college's own work
The brewery's old Ace of Clubs logo was changed and new colourful branding introduced with three beers Federation High Level, Special and Export all revamped.
Four clubs from East showed the ace of clubs, West marked time with four diamonds and East cue bid four hearts.
Uday was the Ace of Hearts and Qusay the Ace of Clubs in the US deck of cards of most wanted Iraqis.
The cards, dubbed the ``deck of death'', are thought to show the toppled Iraqi dictator as the Ace of Spades and his son Qusay as the Ace of Clubs.
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She was a member of Immaculate Conception Church, Ace of Clubs, Massachusetts Teachers Association, American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees.
Paramilitary fanatic Uday was the ace of hearts and Qusay was the ace of clubs in the US army's pack of cards of Iraq's most wanted.
The cheat has turned his head slightly and is quietly looking behind him to ensure that no one is watching as he draws an ace of clubs from his belt.