Art Farmer Quintet

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Pardonne-moi - Music Video
... Requiem Publishing and Stuffed Monkey production was written both by Mylène Farmer and Boutonnat ... that it does not move forward, and a snake, which belongs to Farmer, both of which were bought in Morocco ... It features Farmer, dressed as a nun, praying and sometimes performing a dance, surrounded by white smoke ...
A Barnstormer In Oz
... Oz A Rationalization and Extrapolation of the Split-Level Continuum is a 1982 novel by Philip José Farmer and is based on the setting and characters of L ... Farmer takes an unusual approach to the corpus of Oz literature he depends primarily, almost solely, on Baum's original Oz book and neglects its many sequels ... Since Farmer wrote for adults rather than children, there are elements of sex and violence in Barnstormer that are not typical of the Oz literature ...
Farmer, North Carolina
... Farmer is an unincorporated community in Randolph County, North Carolina, United States ... It is located off NC 49, southwest of the highway's intersection with U.S ...
Art Farmer - Discography - As Leader
... The Art Farmer Septet (Prestige, 1953) Art Farmer (Prestige, 1954) When Farmer Met Gryce (Prestige, 1955) - with Gigi Gryce Art Farmer Quintet featuring Gigi Gryce (Prestige, 1955) - also ... Records, 1991) The Company I Keep (Arabesque Records, 1994) The Meaning of Art (Arabesque Records, 1995) Out of the Past (GRP Records, 1996) Silk Road (Arabesq ...
Tessa Farmer
... Tessa Farmer (born 1978, Birmingham, UK) is an artist based in London ... her BA in 2000 and her MA in 2003 from The Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, Oxford ... In 2007, Farmer was chosen for the final shortlist of The Times/South Bank Show Breakthrough Award ...

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    One farmer says to me, “You cannot live on vegetable food solely, for it furnishes nothing to make bones with;” and so he religiously devotes a part of his day to supplying his system with the raw material of bones; walking all the while he talks behind his oxen, which, with vegetable-made bones, jerk him and his lumbering plow along in spite of every obstacle.
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