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    makeup
  • The composition or constitution of something
  • an event that is substituted for a previously cancelled event; "he missed the test and had to take a makeup"; "the two teams played a makeup one week later"
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    review
  • A critical appraisal of a book, play, movie, exhibition, etc., published in a newspaper or magazine
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    jane
  • Jane McDonald (born 4 April 1963 ) is a British singer, actress and media personality, who first became famous following her appearance on the BBC docusoap The Cruise.
  • A woman
  • The Jane Collective was an underground abortion service which operated in Chicago, Illinois, from 1969 to 1973. The collective was started by women when they realized that many illegal abortion providers were not doctors.
  • This is a list of characters from The WB/The CW (1996–2007) family drama, 7th Heaven.
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Forced to drop out of an esteemed East Coast college after the sudden death of her parents, Jane Moore takes a nanny job at Thornfield Park, the estate of Nico Rathburn, a world-famous rock star on the brink of a huge comeback. Practical and independent, Jane reluctantly becomes entranced by her magnetic and brooding employer and finds herself in the midst of a forbidden romance.

But there's a mystery at Thornfield, and Jane's much-envied relationship with Nico is soon tested by an agonizing secret from his past. Torn between her feelings for Nico and his fateful secret, Jane must decide: Does being true to herself mean giving up on true love?

An irresistible romance interwoven with a darkly engrossing mystery, this contemporary retelling of the beloved classic Jane Eyre promises to enchant a new generation of readers.

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Pawnshops and Palaces, Borowitz. The Large Sarcophagus of the Reclining Couple (known as the Lydian Sarcophagus in the ninteenth century), terracotta, Etruscan, from Cerveteri, sixth century B.C. I can't decide whether the ones in images are this same one, but I think there may be more than one of these. One site says it's a coffin lid but it looks like some kind of freestanding figure in some pictures. The left hand is missing from the male and their are other differences between this and one I found on yahoo images. I'm explaining that I copied this from the book. I found one at (They won't let me copy the address right now. There is a male voice back there who say "hmmm" each time a try and fail as they have been doing for years. I can find it by searching images sarcophagus of the spouses, I think. It is quite a bit different from this one. Maybe this is the original while the one in the museum is a copy. When I started typing this parenthesis, I thought they were alike but I had to look again as I copied and wrote.) A little while ago they had a young student aged Asian female sit next to me. It was before the gentle faced Mexican and his family left. I thought about making a note in which I would describe her as "sexually attractive but then I hesitated. She's slender and fragile and wears no makeup. I'd use the word "ethereal" except I don't want to seem presumptuous. She has on blue jeans and a gray t-shirt. Her hair is short and healthy looking. I think she may be a genuine "plain Jane" but to be sure I'd have to go back and review the word as I have related to the Amish and to congregation of the righteous. They commented from every direction. A loud, sharp sneeze. A mucus suck. An inaudible vocalization. A throat clear from the tough looking Polynesian/Mexican who arrived as she was leaving as a similar bombardment came from every direction, the bombardment, actually I started this description to describe. At that time, I thought of the possibility that she is the granddaughter of Bruce Kimball but then quickly thought that "no", she's probably the Lan's daughter and the thought made me consider that it might be inappropriate to call her sexually attractive, especially if, and I even more doubt on having pressed in this wrinkle, it is Lan's daughter but then I had to go on to think that if it's O.K. to put someone in a position like this it's probably O.K. to be in it and decided to go ahead and make the note and conclude that unlike girls in this context in the past who might buzz you real good as they rub the inside of a young thighs with gentle fingertips below the hem of their plaid school girl dress as a cue to a sexual response appropriate to their sexual attractiveness, this girl was not sexually attractive. I didn't really look at her, but I think she could have been feminine and pretty even though by affixing the term "feminine" to [][] "pretty", you run the risk of suggesting sexy even if it is at a well chaperoned prom like the one they canceled for the sake of Constance McMillen's good name. Is that Irish, or what? Sometimes it's hard to tell. This morning they ran a fairly complex vignette on me. I wasn't going to say anything about because it takes so much time, but they have run so many more since then and are distracting me so much now, I guess it's not going to make any difference as to profitable use of time. Now I can't remember the plot denouement. Let's see... While I was reading the paper, before any gargoyles had shown---only the Catholic priest who died of cancer was there---a pale and slender with long hair for a boy walked by dressed in baggy, capri length blue jeans and a baggy t-shirt. I thought at first, because of straight and narrow calves it was a boy, a skateboarder maybe but then when I glanced again, I decided it must be a girl because of feminine facial features. and a turn into the lady's room reinforced that idea although I had to consider that with black and whites tricksters always on the look out for a way to torment me, it might be a male schill. [[[One of the gargoyles just coughed loudly and sharply 3 times and then said, "neat". that has been a frequent distraction the last several years. I just copied the text into the buffer and as I pressed the save button, the black bearded Barnes and Noble security guard coughed once very loudly and very sharply. The thought that he is here is what made me go to the save button. The Jamie Morris check-out person just cruised me.]]]] Anyway, as I opened the a section of my newspaper, I noticed a bra ad on the page a well made photograph of a slender, pretty blonde girl posed more to accentuate her sexual characteristics than her underwear. I was looking at the picture as the baggy hip-hop girl skateboarder came out of the restroom and strode quickly by turning the corners on the balls of her feet as she made her way to the door without
Navy Study Finds No Correlation Between “Loose Lips” and Sinking Ships. Cites Explosive Armaments as #1 Cause of Losses at Sea
Navy Study Finds No Correlation Between “Loose Lips” and Sinking Ships. Cites  Explosive Armaments as #1 Cause of Losses at Sea
(RPI) – A Navy panel is set to release a 96-page report concluding that there is little to no correlation between loose lips and sinking ships. A team of Navy historians, dentists and oral phrenologists spent 3 years in a thorough and comprehensive review of all U.S. naval losses over the last 200 years, copiously cross-referencing maritime combat reports with personnel and dental records. “We conclude that there is no correlation between slack or atrophied obicularis orbis muscles and severe hull trauma sufficient enough to sink a rowboat let alone a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier,” reads the report, to be dual-published in its entirety in upcoming issues of “Anchors Away” and “The Journal of Oral Surgery”. According to the report, when analyzing hundreds of battle damage assessments, the group found that rather than loose lips, time after time the real reason for ship losses seemed to be devastating hull impact caused by cannonballs, torpedoes, airborne projectiles, or other ordnances. The report even goes as far to say that “loose lips have as much statistical correlation with the eventual sinking of a given military vessel as the flavors of ice cream served in the ship’s mess hall.” “We hope this report once and for all puts and end to this pseudo-science that has the American people believing that structural deformities of the obicularis orbis in either the vermillion or free superior vermillion regions can sink a Ticonderoga class cruiser,” said Retired Admiral John T. Caine, lead author of the report. Carl Hankston of Janes Defense Weekly, said even if loose lips did have a highly predictive correlation with ship sinking in the past, the current ships in the U.S. fleet are designed with a double-hull system of buldge and bulkhead armor that could withstand a veritable tsunami of loose lips under combat conditions. “Not only can your average Arleigh Burke class Aegis destroyer withstand loose lips, but they’re also designed to withstand sharp tongues, piercing eyes, and Roman noses as well,” said Hankston. The finding is a blow to General Dynamics, which has spent two years of R&D work developing a shipboard defense system that would sense loose lips and neutralize them up to 50 miles away using guided missiles deploying advanced orthodontics upon impact. The $2.1 billion program is up for annual review in the fall. A group calling itself “Swift Boat Veterans for Truth About Loose Lips” is preparing to launch a series of TV ads attacking the validity of the report’s findings. In the spots, several members of the group claim to have witnessed a force of hostile loose lips composed of NVA regulars and VC guerillas take out 3 Swift boats during a night-time raid along the Bay Hap River in South Vietnam. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Photo of detail in ad for Isadora “Galaxy Holiday Makeup 2005” + poorly drawn torpedo, manipulated.

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Happy Accidents
In the summer of 1974, a fourteen-year-old girl in Dolton, Illinois, had a dream. A dream to become an actress, like her idols Ron Howard and Vicki Lawrence. But it was a long way from the South Side of Chicago to Hollywood, and it didn't help that she'd recently dropped out of the school play, The Ugly Duckling. Or that the Hollywood casting directors she wrote to replied that "professional training was a requirement."
But the funny thing is, it all came true. Through a series of Happy Accidents, Jane Lynch created an improbable--and hilarious--path to success. In those early years, despite her dreams, she was also consumed with anxiety, feeling out of place in both her body and her family. To deal with her worries about her sexuality, she escaped in positive ways--such as joining a high school chorus not unlike the one in Glee--but also found destructive outlets. She started drinking almost every night her freshman year of high school and developed a mean and judgmental streak that turned her into a real-life Sue Sylvester.
Then, at thirty-one, she started to get her life together. She was finally able to embrace her sexuality, come out to her parents, and quit drinking for good. Soon after, a Frosted Flakes commercial and a chance meeting in a coffee shop led to a role in the Christopher Guest movie Best in Show, which helped her get cast in The 40-Year-Old Virgin. Similar coincidences and chance meetings led to roles in movies starring Will Ferrell, Paul Rudd, and even Meryl Streep in 2009's Julie & Julia. Then, of course, came the two lucky accidents that truly changed her life. Getting lost in a hotel led to an introduction to her future wife, Lara. Then, a series she'd signed up for abruptly got canceled, making it possible for her to take the role of Sue Sylvester in Glee, which made her a megastar.
Today, Jane Lynch has finally found the contentment she thought she'd never have. Part comic memoir and part inspirational narrative, this is a book equally for the rabid Glee fan and for anyone who needs a new perspective on life, love, and success.
WITH A FOREWORD BY CAROL BURNETT
Excerpt from Happy Accidents:
If I could go back in time and talk to my twenty-year-old self, the first thing I would say is: "Lose the perm." Secondly I would say: "Relax. Really. Just relax. Don't sweat it."
I can't remember a time when I wasn't anxious and fearful that the parade would pass me by. And I was sure there was someone or something outside of myself with all the answers. I had a driving, anxiety-filled ambition. I wanted to be a working actor so badly. I wanted to belong and feel like I was valued and seen. Well, now I am a working actor, and I guarantee you it's not because I suffered or worried over it.
As I look back, the road to where I am today has been a series of happy accidents I was either smart or stupid enough to take advantage of. I thought I had to have a plan, a strategy. Turns out I just had to be ready and willing to take chances, look at what's right in front of me, and put my heart into everything I do. All that anxiety and fear didn't help, nor did it fuel anything useful. My final piece of advice to twenty-year-old me: Be easy on your sweet self. And don't drink Miller Lite tall boys in the morning.

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