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We have been having a few costumers everyday at some of our branches and the entire process has gone really well.
The camera-ready copy for the Magic Kingdom Costumer brochure includes a prominent spot on the cover panel for the participating TV station's logo.
Frank Garcia, a distinguished costumer and director of the Alwin Nikolais/ Murray Louis archives, died from leukemia December 12, 2002.
Before his AIDS-related death in 1996, brilliant Broadway costumer Howard Crabtree created the season's gayest hit, When Pigs Fly
3 -- 4) Above, adviser Chuck Houston, director Wayne Berry and costumer Lucy Piccirillo judge auditions for ``West Side Story'' on Friday afternoon.
Its owner, a friend of Fenady, was a costumer for John Wayne.
In the rich seventeenth-century setting of the Opera Royal, the dancers performed not only classical ballet steps, but engaged in theatrics, hip-hop (in the presence of the gold-clad king, who was the most outstanding example of this first collaboration with designer Donatella Versace and Milan-trained costumer Anna de Giorgi), and contemporary dance to music ranging from Mozart to modern-day techno house music.
With additional configuration flexibility using iSCSI targets, system builders can now partition NAS server and RAID array functions to better meet costumer needs and specifications.
He then had his costumer created an outfit - wide brim hat and cape - to make Van Helsing as iconographic as Dracula, the Frankenstein monster and the Wolf Man.
With the additional configuration flexibility using iSCSI targets, system builders can now partition NAS server and RAID array functions to better meet costumer needs and specifications.
Durden says the look of the faire is historically accurate, with costumer Frieda Paras-Jones ensuring the time period is represented correctly.
DeMille, and through its costuming by Judanna Lynn that was ornate enough to startle Tinseltown's legendary costumer, Edith Head.