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Although he reputedly started to draw before he could walk, his talent for music was recognized earlier than his gift for art.
Lippi has reputedly told friends he'd rather remove his own liver with a spoon than pick Panucci so the defender shouldn't look for a recall any time soon.
It's easy to make the connection between these pieces and the reputedly fierce Maori culture that inspired them.
With Massachusetts gun control laws reputedly among the toughest in the country, it's no surprise that a criminal technique to bypass the inconveniences those laws create has emerged there--the community gun.
In the 18th century, Andrew Fletcher of Saltoun, wrote (reputedly quoting the Earl of Cromarty), "I knew a very wise man that believed that ...
Now let's suppose that we reset the type in a sans serif face, say Helvetica, reputedly one of the more legible sans serif faces.
Of course, some people are familiar with the more mythic and "colorful" (read: outlandish and excruciatingly painful) aspects of the writer's life--in particular his inability to consummate his marriage to Effie Gray (reputedly because he was horrified at the sight of female pubic hair, the likes of which he had never encountered in marble sculptures).
Dragin, who heads the journalism department at Oakland's Laney College, noted that the victims would include Oakland High's The Aegis, which was established in 1886 and reputedly published Jack London as a schoolboy.
A nice story, given that the skull is reputedly Mozart's.
The site for the new cultural centre lies at the edge of Sines' historic core, near the town's medieval castle (reputedly the birthplace of Vasco da Gama).
That brilliance is certainly there, however, as when, in chapter two, Moten cogently addresses the overlapping homophobia and homoeroticism to be found in Amiri Baraka's writing, or as when, speaking of Baraka's ambivalence about the work of reputedly gay composer Cecil Taylor, Moten asks provocatively, "Is jazz a kind of closet[?]"