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    franks
  • An official mark or signature on a letter or parcel, esp. to indicate that postage has been paid or does not need to be paid
  • (frank) a member of the ancient Germanic peoples who spread from the Rhine into the Roman Empire in the 4th century
  • (frank) postmark: stamp with a postmark to indicate date and time of mailing
  • (frank) blunt: characterized by directness in manner or speech; without subtlety or evasion; "blunt talking and straight shooting"; "a blunt New England farmer"; "I gave them my candid opinion"; "forthright criticism"; "a forthright approach to the problem"; "tell me what you think--and you may
    gold
  • A deep lustrous yellow or yellow-brown color
  • An alloy of this
  • A yellow precious metal, the chemical element of atomic number 79, valued esp. for use in jewelry and decoration, and to guarantee the value of currencies
  • coins made of gold
  • amber: a deep yellow color; "an amber light illuminated the room"; "he admired the gold of her hair"
  • made from or covered with gold; "gold coins"; "the gold dome of the Capitol"; "the golden calf"; "gilded icons"
    pro
  • in favor of a proposition, opinion, etc.
  • An advantage of something or an argument in favor of a course of action
  • professional: an athlete who plays for pay
  • The Book of Proverbs (in Hebrew: ??????? Mishlay) is a book of the Hebrew Bible. The original Hebrew title of the book of Proverbs is "Mishle Shlomoh" ("Proverbs of Solomon"). When translated into Greek and Latin, the title took on different forms.
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Skullcandy Hesh Over-Ear Headphone with In-Line Microphone and Control Switch SGHEBZ-12 (Kobe Bryant)
Skullcandy Hesh Over-Ear Headphone with In-Line Microphone and Control Switch SGHEBZ-12 (Kobe Bryant)
Kobe madness has swept the world with the Mamba picking up his fourth NBA title last year. Choose which type of Kobe fan you are two distinct headphone designs...are you the cold-blooded killer that prefers a black design integrating snakeskin leather across the top of the headphone or would you rather have the so fresh and so clean white design utilizing patent leather? Blissfully contribute to the demise of your hearing as you blast your music through the Skullcandy Hesh Headphones. The Hesh Headphone's earcup uses a monstrous 50mm power driver and a sound-boosting dome shape to produce studio quality sound at an affordable price. A soft leather headwrap and earpads make non-stop rocking comfortable, or at least until you need to recharge your iPod. When you're on the subway, adjust your music's volume with the in-line control to hear what stop you're at whether you understand what the garbled voice says over the intercom is another matter.

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1444 CALIGULA SACRIFICING BEFORE DIVO AUG
1444 CALIGULA SACRIFICING BEFORE DIVO AUG
Gaius (Caligula). AD 37-41. ? Sestertius (28.40 g, 6h). Rome mint. Struck AD 39-40. C. CAESAR. DIVI. AVG. PRO.N. AVG. P. M. TR. P. III. P. P., PIETAS in exergue, Pietas seated left on stool, holding patera in extended right hand and resting left forearm on small draped figure standing facing on basis / DIVO AVG, S C across field, Gaius togate, standing left, holding patera in right hand over garlanded altar, raising hem of toga with left hand; victimarius holding bull for sacrifice and attendant holding a patera standing on either side; garlanded hexastyle temple of Divus Augustus in background; pediment decorated with sacrificial scene; quadriga and Victories as acroteria; statues of Romulus and Aeneas along roof line. RIC I 44; BMCRE p. 156, † (pl. 28, 9); BN 104; Cohen 10For more on Caligulan Numismatic Articles see: Coins courtesy cngoins.com Related Articles of Caligula from American Numismatic Society Library Search Library Catalog Search (Preliminary Version) Full Record: Barrett, Anthony A. The invalidation of currency in the Roman Empire : the Claudian demonetization of Caligula's AES. (1999) Full Record: Bost, Jean-Pierre. Routes, cits et ateliers montaires : quelques remarques sur les officines hispaniques entre les rgnes d'Auguste en de Caligula. (1999) Full Record: Bibliothque Municipale d'Etude et d'Information de Grenoble. Grenoble : Bibliothque Municipale d'Etude et d'Information : catalogue des monnaies. II. Monnaies romaines. Monnaies impriales romaines. 2. Caligula - Neron . Index. / Bernard Rmy, Frdric Bontoux, Virginie Risler. (1998) Full Record: Gainor, John R. The image of the Julio-Claudian dynasty from coins / by John R. Gainor. Full Record: Martini, Rodolfo. Monete romane imperiali del Museo G. B. Adriani. Parte 3, Caius (37-41 d.C.) / Rodolfo Martini. (2001) Full Record: ACCLA privy to presentation by Richard Baker on Caligula. (2002) Full Record: Wend, David A. Caligula, the emperor as autocrat. Part 1. (2002) Full Record: Wend, David A. Caligula, the emperor as autocrat. Part 2. (2002) Full Record: Wend, David A. Caligula, the emperor as autocrat. Part 3. (2002) Full Record: Kemmers, Fleur. Caligula on the Lower Rhine : Coin finds from the Roman Fort of Albaniana (The Netherlands) / Fleur Kemmers. (2004) Full Record: Estiot, Sylviane. Le trsor de Meussia (Jura) : 399 monnaies d'argent d'poques rpublicaine et julio-claudienne / Sylviane Estiot, Isabelle Aymar. (2002) Full Record: Gocht, Hans. Namenstilgungen an Bronzemunzen des Caligula und Claudius / Hans Gocht. (2003) Full Record: Gomis Justo, Marivi. Ercavica : La emision de Caligula. Estimacion del numero de cunos originales. Full Record: Sayles, Wayne G. Fakes on the Internet. (2002) Full Record: Kemmers, Fleur. The coin finds from the Roman fort Albaniana, the Netherlands / Fleur Kemmers . (2005) Full Record: Lopez Snchez, Fernando. La afirmacion soberana de Caligula y de Claudio y el fin de las acunaciones ciudadanas en occidente / Fernando Lopez Snchez. (2000) Full Record: Besombes, Paul-Andr. Les monnaies hispaniques de Claude Ier des dpots de la Vilaine (Rennes) et de Saint-Lonard (Mayenne) : tmoins de quel type de contact entre l'Armorique et la pninsule ibrique ? / Paul-Andr Besombes. (2005) Full Record: Catalli, Fiorenzo. Le thesaurus de Sora / Fiorenzo Catalli et John Scheid. Full Record: Giard, Jean-Baptiste. Faux deniers de Caligula de la Renaissance. Full Record: Vermeule, Cornelius. Faces of Empire (Julius Caesar to Justinian). Part II(B), More young faces : Caligula again and Nero reborn / Cornelius Vermeule. (2005) Full Record: Geranio, Joe. Portraits of Caligula : the seated figure? / Joe Geranio. (2007) Full Record: Aguilera Hernandez, Alberto. Acerca de un as de Caligula hallado en Zaragoza / Alberto Aguilera Hernandez. (2007) Full Record: Butcher, K. E. T. Caligula : the evil emperor. (1985) Full Record: Fuchs, Michaela. Frauen um Caligula und Claudius : Milonia Caesonia, Drusilla und Messalina. (1990) Full Record: Faur, Jean-Claude. Moneda de Caligula de Museo Arqueologico Provincial de Tarragona. (1979) Full Record: British Museum. Dept. of coins and medals. Coins of the Roman Empire in the British museum. Vol. I: Augustus to Vitellius / by Harold Mattingly. (1976) Full Record: Conrad, Edwin. A Caligula Isotope of Hadrian. (1968) Full Record: Conrad, Edwin. The Metamorphosis of an Allegad 'As of Hadrian.' (1968) Full Record: Bendall, Simon. A 'new' gold quinarius of Caligula. (1985) Full Record: Cortellini, Nereo. Le monete di Caligola nel Cohen. Full Record: Guey, Julien. Les "bains d'or" de Caligula "Immensi Avreorvm Acervi (Sutone, Cal., 42,3). Full Record: Guey, J. Les "bains d'or" de Caligula : Sutone, Cal. 42, 3. Full Record: Curry, Michael R. The Aes Quadrans of Caligula. (1968) Full Record: Jonas, Elemr. L'emploi dar "damnatio memoriae" sur l'un des "dupondius" de Calgula. (1937) Full Record: Julian, R. W. The c
Face the Music aka The Black Glove
Face the Music aka The Black Glove
Eleanor Summerfield as Barbara Quigley and Alex Nicol as Brad ELEANOR SUMMERFIELD (1921 - 2001) With her wide eyes, expressive features, blonde hair and bright personality, Eleanor Summerfield brought sparkle and vivacity to the films and shows in which she appeared. Though not a major star – her greatest personal triumphs were in theatre productions that were not big hits – she became a familiar and welcome figure in British films (she made over 40) and for many years radio listeners enjoyed her repartee and quick wit on the programme Many a Slip. Born in London in 1921, she trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, where she was a gold medallist. She made her screen debut with a small but telling scene in the fine thriller Take My Life (1947), in which an opera singer trying to clear her husband of a murder charge interviews the victim's best friend (Summerfield) who relates, "She was such a funny girl – kept herself to herself." She had a more substantial role (and her first screen billing) in London Belongs to Me (1948), as Myrna, a fairground worker whose voracious pursuit of a young garage mechanic (Richard Attenborough) leads to her accidental death. The following year she had her first leading role, as the faithful girlfriend of a former boxer drawn into crime in the "B" thriller No Way Back, but her niche in films was generally in supporting roles, such as her secretary to a novelist (Alastair Sim) in the classic comedy Laughter in Paradise (1951). Summerfield had more substantial roles in the theatre, and in 1950 scored a notable personal triumph at the Adelphi in the South African musical Golden City with book, music and lyrics by John Tore. As Mabel, a saloon owner in Cape Town in 1886, she stopped the show when, sitting on a packing case, she delivered her lovelorn lament, "What More is There to Say?", and later led the chorus girls in the lively "Gold-Digging Diggers". Her musical skills were not alas utilised by the cinema, but on stage she would regularly perform at the Victorian music hall the Players, and in 1959 she starred with Dickie Henderson and June Laverick in another stage musical When in Rome (also at the Adelphi Theatre), though its run was brief. On screen Summerfield was part of a strong cast (including Diana Dors, Raymond Huntley and Peter Reynolds) supporting the fading American stars George Brent and Marguerite Chapman in the thriller The Last Page (1952) and she had a moving cameo as a WRAC deserter who rescues a child from drowning in the saga of policewomen's work Street Corner (1953). The actress was in her element as an eager reporter's assistant, always trying to beat her boyfriend to a scoop, in Final Assignment (1954). It was the sort of role for which she had a particular flair (Hollywood stars such as Glenda Farrell had made notable careers out of such parts), but the film was not a very good one. Subsequent films included It's Great To Be Young (1956), Dentist in the Chair (1960), The Millionairess (1960), The Running Man (1963) and, her last, Watcher in the Woods (1981). Summerfield first displayed her skill as a radio wit when she took part in the panel game Many a Slip in 1964. Devised by Ian Messiter, it required its competing teams to spot the errors in a script being rattled off by the chairman, Roy Plomley. Summerfield and (Lady) Isobel Barnett comprised one team, their opponents being Richard Murdoch and Lance Percival. The actress was to be a regular on the programme for some years, and in 1968 she took part in an edition of another Messiter panel show, Just a Minute, joining Clement Freud, Andree Melly and Derek Nimmo in trying to speak for one minute on a given subject without hesitation, repetition or deviation. She also appeared consistently on television. In the series The World of Wooster (1956-57), she and Fabia Drake memorably brought to life P.G. Wodehouse's formidable creations Bertie Wooster's aunts Dahlia and Agatha, and other shows in which she acted included Midsomer Murders and Casualty. In 1995 she gave a hilarious performance in the Channel 4 series Jake's Progress, driving her fellow card player Grace Halliwell (Dorothy Tutin) to distraction with her inability to comprehend the rules of whist. On stage she was in a distinguished production of Agatha Christie's A Murder is Announced (1977) with Dulcie Gray as Miss Marple, and as recently as 1991 she co-starred with Joe McGann in Gillian Plowman's Crooked Wood, an adaptation of a Michael Palin screenplay, at the King's Head in Islington. In 1947, while appearing at the Players Theatre, Summerfield met and married the music hall's founder and chairman, Leonard Sachs. They had two sons and their marriage lasted until Sachs's death in 1990. Eleanor Summerfield, actress: born London 7 March 1921; married 1947 Leonard Sachs (died 1990; two sons); died London 13 July 2001. Tom Vallance The Independent 16 July 2001 ALEX NICOL (1916 - 200

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Skullcandy Hesh Over-Ear Headphone with In-Line Microphone and Control Switch SGHEBZ-17 (Dwyane Wade)
Style. Sophistication. South Beach. Paying homage to the Heat’s “white-out” tradition at big home games, Skullcandy delivers a headphone worthy of Miami’s fashion forward mindset. Brushed white suede with subtle embroidery across the top of the headphone make this a design any DWade fan will crave. Skullcandy...doing our part to help you be as smooth off the court as DWade is on it. Blissfully contribute to the demise of your hearing as you blast your music through the Skullcandy Hesh Headphones. The Hesh Headphone's earcup uses a monstrous 50mm power driver and a sound-boosting dome shape to produce studio quality sound at an affordable price. A soft leather headwrap and earpads make non-stop rocking comfortable, or at least until you need to recharge your iPod. When you're on the subway, adjust your music's volume with the in-line control to hear what stop you're at whether you understand what the garbled voice says over the intercom is another matter.

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