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  • Cosmetics are substances used to enhance the appearance or odor of the human body. Cosmetics include skin-care creams, lotions, powders, perfumes, lipsticks, fingernail and toe nail polish, eye and facial makeup, permanent waves, colored contact lenses, hair colors, hair sprays and gels,
  • A product applied to the body, esp. the face, to improve its appearance
  • Isadora is a 1968 biographical film which tells the story of celebrated American dancer Isadora Duncan. It stars Vanessa Redgrave, James Fox and Jason Robards.
  • Isadora is a proprietary graphic programming environment for Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows, with emphasis on real-time manipulation of digital video. It has support for Open Sound Control. Isadora was designed by Mark Coniglio.
  • Isadora is a feminine given name, the feminine form of Isidoros (Greek ????????), meaning "gift of Isis" from the word Isis, combined with the Greek word ????? or doron, meaning "gift." The variant Isidora was the ninth most popular name for baby girls in Chile in 2006.
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  • Procure the loyalty and support of (someone) by bribery
  • Pay someone to give up an ownership, interest, or share
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Isadora Eye Shadow Palette
Isadora Eye Shadow Palette
Eye shadow palette in five color coordinated shades. Mix and match the different shades to create a daytime eye make-up look or a more intense evening look. The eye shadows are richly pigmented, easy to blend. Crease resistant. Duo Eye Shadow Applicator included. Compact mirror and window lid. FRAGRANCE FREE & CLINICALLY TESTED 50 Matte Chocolates Five matte eye shadows in nude and chocolate shades. 52 Millennium Star Five soft eye shadows with a metallic, shimmering texture. 53 Blooming Spring Five shimmering eye shadows in soft pastel shades. 55 Bohemian Rhapsody Five soft shimmering eye shadows in warm shades. 56 Smoky Eyes Five matte eye shadows in grey/black shades for a smoky eyes make-up....

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Ghost Song & Isadora diz : I have a Gun
Ghost Song & Isadora diz :  I have a Gun
Quando voce vai ao shopping , o que acontece? conosco aconteceu um furto da Historia O ROUBO DA BOLSA DA CAMERA DIGITAL DE ISADORA , muito estranho , essa foi sua ultima foto com ela evite olhar demas pra foto , acredite e um fato verdadeiro ce
Isadora Fiddlesticks, HodgePodge
Isadora Fiddlesticks, HodgePodge
Isadora is the organizer of the event and she is also the publisher and editor of HodgePodge Magazine.

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My Life
Unquestionably brave, creative, and erudite, the free spirit Isadora Duncan (1877-1927) captivated the American, European, and Soviet cultural scenes with her innovative modern dance and un-self-conscious lifestyle.
My Life, the classic autobiography first published just after Duncan's death, is a frank and engrossing life account of this remarkable visionary and feminist who took on the world, reinvented dance, and led the way for future great American modernists Ruth St. Denis, Agnes de Mille, and Martha Graham.Documenting Duncan's own life as a dancer and as a woman—from her enchantment with classical music and poetry as a child in San Francisco and her intense study of classical Greek art in Athens, through the great strides she made in teaching, founding schools, performing, and collaborating with international artists, to her notorious love affairs and the tragic deaths of her own children—My Life reissued here is still as extraordinary as the woman who wrote it more than sixty years ago.

Fabulous is the only adjective that comes close to doing justice to Isadora Duncan (1878-1927). Her awesomely self-assured autobiography depicts a woman who while still in her teens tells an eminent theatrical manager (from whom she desperately needs a job), "I have discovered the art that has been lost for two thousand years.... I bring you the dance." In Duncan's rendering of her life, composers fling themselves at the piano and compose new music for her on the spot. Men pine for her love (the book's sexual frankness, while hardly startling today, was considered quite scandalous in 1927). And the poor mortals who can never understand her need to be free can at least applaud wildly at her concerts. Duncan and her siblings sleep in a bare Parisian attic, then dance barefoot through the Luxembourg Gardens. They travel to Greece to worship "in the Sacred Land of Hellas," where they build their very own temple. Duncan is capable of seeing the humor in her rhapsodic immersion in art, but we don't really want her to be realistic and self-deprecating like ordinary mortals. It's her divine passion, her supreme confidence in her own genius that make My Life such fun to read. --Wendy Smith