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The engineering of the Brilliante system saves time, energy, waste and aggravation that can be associated with old-fashioned window and flat surface cleaning.
2 Black 635 635 (1863)[Prize] is the popular name referring to a set of cases concerning four vessels that had been brought in as prize in connection with the blockade: The Brig Amy Warwick, The Schooner Crenshaw, The Barque Hiawatha, and The Schooner Brilliante.
Products include Coiffante Fixing Styling Mousse, Creme Brilliante Shine Cream and Laque Fixante Finishing Spray, the latter reportedly wrapping hair in a fine film to protect it from drying out, as well as imparting a soft shine.
Helping this and any nail lacquer last for up to 10 days is Brilliante Base & Top Coat, with a rapid-dry formula that bonds nail lacquer to nail surface for longer wear, then seals and protects.
Includes works by Beethoven (Pathetique), Mendelssohn, Heller, Wilhelm Kuhe (Fantasie brilliante on Linda di Chamounix), Karl Taubert, and others.
June McGann hires Salome's friend Germaine Brilliante to follow her sister April for two weeks and report to her everything her sibling does.
Wales Under-21: M Nuthall (Celtic Warriors); J Wellwood (Wasps), R Payne (Newport), L Thomas (Pontypridd), F Brilliante (Cardiff); N MacCleod (Cardiff Blues), R Rees (Swansea); J Yapp (Cardiff Blues), K Crawford (Ebbw Vale) or H Bennett (Ospreys), C Griffiths (Neath), I Evans (Pontypridd), L Charteris (Gwent Dragons), J Merriman (Gloucester), R Dale (Newport), R Pugh (Ospreys, capt).
Abschliessend mochte ich hervorheben, dass das hier besprochene Buch von Gerson Klumpp das brilliante Ergebnis einer umfangreichen und sorgfaltigen Forschungsarbeit ist und damit besonders fur die samojedische Sprachwissenschaft ein notwendiger und wertvoller Beitrag geleistet wurde.
The female Brilliante is, as it were, definable upon demand, "by some distinguished by the Title of the Lovely, by others the Witty" (Tea-Table 10)--an emblem of the spectator's fantasy of control over the object of his or her desire.
Priestley's play A Severed Head, which absolutely bears out Lesser's analysis of Murdoch as part absurd and part sheer brilliante.
S'executent plus aisement lorsqu'on les joue detache, et leur execution ensemble mime plus brilliante au vulgaire des amateurs; mais les vrais connaisseurs savent que si le jeu rapide et lie est beaucoup plus difficile, il est aussi bien preferable pour faire valoir le style et tous les effets de la bonne musique" (Montgeroult, Cours complet 3:95).