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In 1932 - a decade after Howard Carter set the 1920s on its own mad course of Egytomania, Charles Boreux, a curator at the Louvre, offered to the museum, on behalf of a reputable dealer in antiquities, a head of Nefertiti, reputably the most beautiful woman ever known in the ancient world.
In the sciences, for instance, before we can see for ourselves we are told by reputably reliable witnesses that things are such and such.
The Blacksmiths Table restaurant is a popular choice, and is reputably haunted by a highwayman among other spirits, and its owners host wine-tasting dinners, live music and cater for private functions such as weddings and christenings.
His selection of Seattle police chief Gil Kerlikowske, reputably a progressive and a proponent of community-oriented policing, as director of the U.
Instead, Posey placed responsibility on rumors in the community that "Cocking and his friends were aiding and abetting the circulation of a report to influence public sentiment in his favor, in derogation of the character of his murdered wife, who was reputably known to be a pure woman.
First of all, he belongs to the generation of Latin Americanists who, in the context of the 1959 Cuban revolution, turned Latin American Studies (and with a strong base in literary and cultural studies) into a respectable academic enterprise, so much so that it can reputably vie in importance on most campuses with English Studies and with the notable displacement of the hegemony of Spanish Peninsular Studies (which were never very hegemonic in the first place).
The widespread distrust of his motives is not helped by the numerous stories--'Ugly Rumours' to quote his one-time pop band--about how much money he will make from his memoirs, reputably already negotiated with Rupert Murdoch, let alone from the lucrative freeway of the American lecture circuit.
Over the 29 years of CDR's history, Walgreens has served the nation's African-American communities more consistently, more faithfully and more reputably than any other drug chain in the United States.
Dressed in black and pacing the stage, Sir Bob talked about his business empire - he is reputably worth pounds 35 million - and stressed the need for Britain to embrace the creativity and entrepreneurial skills necessary to forge a leading global economy.
And the youngest player to play in a World Cup qualifying match was Souleymane Mamam for Togo in 2001, reputably at 13 years 310 days.
More than one scholar at more than one conference has pointed out gently they already have a monograph reputably published some years ago on a religious question suddenly 'discovered', or listened to papers on issues that are profoundly religious delivered by researchers shamelessly tone-deaf to the nuances.
Even if he was known posthumously as doctor famosus (because of his sermon production, a reputably drab one), Bertrand de la Tour has received only scant notice by historians.