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In particular, I will investigate Peter Masterson's 1985 film The Trip to Bountiful and demonstrate that the awareness--and experience--of impending death functions to mobilize free and ethical action for the film's elderly main character, thus not only increasing this character's self-understanding but also pushing her to select priorities and to take responsibility for the life she leads.
It is believed the contaminate came from Your Valet Cleaners, a dry cleaning facility in the area of 1500 South in Bountiful which used tetrachloroethene (PCE) between 1964 and 2002.
The Nielsens' first frozen custard stand opened in the Crossroads Mall in downtown Salt Lake City and quickly grew to family-owned stores in Bountiful, Salt Lake and St.
When we put our hearts into doing good works, our harvest will be bountiful.
For Lifetime's TV version of "The Trip to Bountiful," helmer Michael Wilson inherited a core group of players from the Broadway revival of the play, including Tony winner Cicely Tyson, but he says adding Keke Palmer and Blair Underwood to the mix was not without its challenges.
This year has been so bountiful we''ve brought lots of booty back.
Tyson stars in the Horton Foote revival as a widow who wants to revisit her old home in Bountiful and recapture the vitality and purpose she seemed to lose when she left for the big city decades ago.
The company's Bountiful store is its seventh in Utah and first in the city, located at 320 W 500 S.
trial attempting to determine whether the boys over there in the community of Bountiful ought to be allowed to continue to take multiple wives.
Bountiful is home to adherents of the Fundamentalist Church of Latter Day Saints (FLDS), a breakaway sect whose roots lie in mainstream Mormonism.
1 : giving freely or generously <this bountiful land>
Vegetarian soups for all seasons; bountiful vegan soups and stews for every time of year.