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... RAPT Szczecin (1998) "Życie codzienne w miastach hanzeatyckich" ("Everyday Life in Hanseatic Cities") - pub ... RAPT Szczecin (1998) "Marianowo - przewodnik po gminie, Dzieje Sydonii Borkówny" ("Marianowo - the Guide to the Commune, the Story of Sydonia Borek")- pub ... RAPT Szczecin (1998) The Guide "Szczecin od A do Z" ("Szczecin from A to Z") - pub ...
... RAPt believes that a high standard of 12 Step abstinence based treatment should be made available to all those seeking to overcome drug and alcohol dependence, irrespective of age ... RAPt aims to provide services to men and women caught up in the criminal justice system, that help them to turn their lives around, and thereby contribute to improved personal relationships, social integration and ... RAPt is registered charity No ...
... During 1935, he and Kirsanoff were in Switzerland, for the filming of Rapt, with a screenplay by Fondane (adapted from Charles Ferdinand Ramuz's La séparation des races novel) ... In particular, French critics and journalists hailed Rapt as a necessary break with the comédie en vaudeville tradition ...
... The governor of Tokyo and the founder of RAPT ... to Chief Katsu in "Tsutenkaku Tower, Drenched in Tears" that he established RAPT due to his jealousy over Osaka's less toxic community ... by Yukitoshi Hori (Japanese), Jerry Russell (English) The leader of RAPT ...
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Famous quotes containing the word rapt:
“Fit gravefellows you are for Lincoln, Brown
And Douglass and Toussaint. . . all whose rapt eyes
Fashioned a new world in this wilderness.
American earth is richer for your bones;
Our hearts beat prouder for the blood we inherit.”
—Dudley Randall (b. 1914)
“All right, so there he is, our representative to the world, Mr. Western Civilization, in codpiece and pantyhose up there on the boards, firing away at the rapt groundlings with his blank verses, not less of a word-slinger and spellbinder than the Bard himself and therefore not to be considered too curiously on such matters as relevance, coherence, consistency, propriety, sanity, common decency.”
—Marvin Mudrick (19211986)
“Victory comes late
And is held low to freezing lips
Too rapt with frost
To take it”
—Emily Dickinson (18301886)