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The rest of the film follows her hallucinatory expeditions through time, visiting with storied dinosaur digger Barnum Brown (a century later, scientists are still picking through his accumulated discoveries) and painter Charles Knight, who at the turn of the century imaginatively put flesh on the bones Brown found for an increasingly fascinated public.
The company was formed out of a strong belief in the power of real-life stories, imaginatively told.
Notice boards and other inter-user areas clearly work, but could be imaginatively expanded.
It's set during a 24-hour period in the San Fernando Valley (Anderson's hometown and the setting for his excellent ``Boogie Nights''), and it quite persuasively captures the area's elusive ambience while illuminating feelings that anyone, anywhere could recognize - but (and this is where so much of the genius lies) in terms so utterly, imaginatively specific, they seem shockingly new.
Game boards for sale at the auction include a wonderful variety of Parcheesi game boards and checkerboards, many of which are colorfully and imaginatively decorated.
Geuze is acquiring a reputation for inventive, contemporary landscape design capable of enlivening unpromising city sites; his regeneration of Schouwburgplein in Rotterdam (AR January 1998), for instance, imaginatively combined hard landscaping with a series of animated light sculptures.
You could also say that films like ``Before the Rain'' have already worked out the same idea more imaginatively.
An experienced in-house team can tailor traditional and imaginatively themed incentive pursuits for delegates or spouse programs such as a Home of Golf Tour, Whisky Trail, Highland Safari, clay pigeon shooting, falconry, and fishing.
Not only is the development set in a desirable location close to lots of amenities, but it also features some of our most imaginatively designed housestyles including the last remaining Lythe homes.
The imaginatively named Boob Job has been launched by Maria Hatzistefanis, founder of skincare range Rodial, who has created the product to help women boost their bust using their own fat cells.
Imaginatively named Mazda RX-8 40th Anniversary Limited Edition, 400 models will be available in the UK.
Famous names such as JK Rowling and Jacqueline Wilson have been rejected in favour of lesser-known authors of imaginatively named titles such as Aliens Love Underpants and Skulduggery Pleasant.