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Lady Chatterley's Lover (1955 Film)
... Lady Chatterley's Lover (French L'Amant de lady Chatterley) is a 1955 French drama film directed by Marc Allégret who co-wrote screenplay with Philippe de Rothschild and Gaston Bonheur, based on novel Lady ...
Lover's Leap (Tahoe, CA) - Geography
... The cliffs of Lover's Leap run horizontally through the Eldorado National Forest for over a third of a mile (0.6 km), with heights between 250–600 feet (76–183 m) ... The historic Pony Express trail roughly parallels Route 50, and runs directly beneath Lover's Leap ... The Forest Service operates the nearby Lover's Leap Campground, and the historic Strawberry Lodge is also nearby ...
Lover's Leap (Tahoe, CA)
... Lover's Leap is a steep granite cliff band, a landmark which catches the eye as one travels by, and a popular destination for climbers ... The origin of its name is unknown, but common to most Lover's Leaps, one version from local folklore says two Native Americans lovers leapt to their deaths from the summit ...
Lover's Leap (disambiguation)
... A Lover's Leap is a toponym given to a number of locations of great height ... Lover's Leap may also refer to ...
So Long, Marianne (album) - Track Listing
... Midnight" – 255 "Sisters of Mercy" – 334 "Bird on the Wire" – 324 "Suzanne" – 346 "Lover Lover Lover" – 319 "Winter Lady" – 215 "Tonight Will Be Fine" – 347 "The ...

Famous quotes containing the word lover:

    Bored by safety, the lover grows jealous and exacting.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)

    The lover never sees personal resemblances in his mistress to her kindred or to others. His friends find in her a likeness to her mother, or her sisters, or to persons not of her blood. The lover sees no resemblance except to summer evenings and diamond mornings, to rainbows and the song of birds.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    Literary imagination is an aesthetic object offered by a writer to a lover of books.
    Gaston Bachelard (1884–1962)