Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Nice Names Of Celebrities photos

Nice Names Of Celebrities photos

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1966 DIY Fashion Ad, Simplicity Dress Patterns, with Actress Debbie Paine names of celebrities
Image by classic_film Tagline: "You don't have to be a pro to sew. Actress Debbie Paine isn't." Brief list of film credits for Debbie Paine here at IMDb. Published in Ingenue magazine, April 1966 - Vol. 8, No. 4 Fair use/no known copyright. If you use this photo, please provide attribution credit; not for commercial use (see Creative Commons license).

Docked! names of celebrities
Image by jaroslavd Two cruise ships - the Emerald Princess and the Celebrity Eclipse docked at St Georges, Grenada. Taken from Fort George. Emerald Princess is a Grand-class cruise ship for Princess Cruises that entered service in April 2007. When it debuted in 2007, it was one of the largest ships in Princess' fleet, and it was rightly celebrated for delivering far higher levels of cuisine, service and amenities than you would expect on a modern mega-ship catering to more than 3,000 passengers. Celebrity Eclipse is a Solstice-class cruise ship, operated by Celebrity Cruises. The Solstice Class was recently named "Best Cruise Ships" by Frommer's 2011.

Image from page 116 of "The fight with the dragon. A romance" (1825) names of celebrities
Image by Internet Archive Book Images Identifier: fightwithdragonr00schi_0 Title: The fight with the dragon. A romance Year: 1825 (1820s) Authors: Schiller, Friedrich, 1759-1805 Collier, John Payne, 1789-1883, tr Retzsch, Moritz, 1779-1857, illus Subjects: Publisher: London, S. Prowett Contributing Library: The Library of Congress Digitizing Sponsor: The Library of Congress View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: FRIDOLIN. 31 XXVIII. Savern in deep astonishment Could scarce the rest enquire :â€" Tell me (he cried) the message sentBack from that place of fire ? The meaning s dark (said Fridolin) ; They told me He is safe within ! And laughing pointed mid the blazes, Our Lord will give his servants praises/ XXIX. And, Robert ? askd his Lord again, While cold ran back his blood; Did you not meet him on the plain? I sent him to the wood. I met him not; in wood or leaNo trace of Robert could I see.Tis judgd by God himself! in wonderExclaimd Savern as struck by thunder. 32 FRIDOLIN. XXX. Und gütig, wie er nie gepflegt,Nimmt er des Dieners Hand,Bringt ihn der Gattin, tiefbewegt,Die nichts davon verstand.Diess Kind, kein Engel ist so rein,Lassts eurer Huld empfohlen seyn,Wie schlimm wir auch berathen waren,Mit dem ist Gott und seine Schaaren. Text Appearing After Image: FRIDOLIN. XXX. Then, as he was not wont whilere, His Servants hand he took,And led him to his Lady near ; Unconscious was her look : This boy is more than Angel pure ;To him let me thy grace ensure :To harm him were a vain endeavourGod and his host protect him ever ! REMARKS ON RETSCHS OUTLINES TO FRIDOLIN. The name of Morris Retsch is well known in this countryfrom his spirited Outlines to Goethes Faustus : perhaps it is nottoo much to say, that to the celebrity that dramatic poem thusacquired in Great Britain, we are very mainly indebted for thetranslation recently published by Lord F. L. Gower. The eight accompanying etchings by the same artist havebeen very lately printed in Germany, and though so wide afield was not here open to his fancy and ingenuity, Mr. Retschhas had an opportunity of displaying some qualifications, forwhich credit might not previously have been given him; whilethe whole series maintains the reputation he has already ac-quired in this department. It has been Note About Images Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.