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Genworth Financial - Awards & Recognitions - 2009
... Award DALBAR Financial Intermediary Post-Sale Service Award DALBAR Industry Service Recognition, presented to Genworth Retirement and Protection Operations for commitment to deliver an industry-le ...
Your Life In Their Hands
... first run lasted from 1958 to 1964 and was presented by Dr ... An early 1970s revival (the first in colour) was presented by Jonathan Miller, and another revival, lasting from 1979 to 1987, was presented by Robert Winston ...
Ian Ross (newsreader) - Career
... There he also presented National Nine News on many occasions filling in for presenters who were either on leave or sick ... Ross previously presented the news Monday-Thursday until Chris Bath began hosting Sunday Night ... On 27 November 2009, Ian Ross presented his final bulletin of Sydney's Seven News and officially retired from being a newsreader ...
5x5=25
... Five artists presented were Aleksandra Ekster, Lyubov Popova, Alexander Rodchenko, Varvara Stepanova and Alexander Vesnin ... The artists presented highly abstracted, geometric work that rejected expressionist forms of painting common before the World War I and pretended to be the "end ... Rodchenko presented three canvases of a single colour (red, yellow and blue) ...
Tiziano Fratus - Work
... Fratus directed the videopoems into the man (2004) presented in Genoa International Poetry Festival, in Rome Contemporary Art Museum (Macro), catalogued in the Scottish Poetry Library in Edinburgh and in Poets ... A inquisiçao was translated into Portuguese and presented at Casa Fernando Pessoa, Lisbon in French and presented in Paris ... In 2006, he published the short poetry collection torsion presented at Turin Gay Pride 2006 and the long collection i kiss your scars ...

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