`My friend Knightley' had been so often mentioned, that I was really impatient to see him; and I must do my caro sposo the justice to say that he need not be ashamed of his friend.
E., and her caro sposo, and her resources, and all her airs of pert pretension and underbred finery.
May I come another day and just finish about the rendering of `Lungi dal caro
Then she turned to Henrietta, and said, "How is your caro
He was Anthony Caro
and the town, en fete for the occasion, was Bourbourg where a great many people had gathered to celebrate the dedication of his Chapel of Light in the church of Saint-Jean-Baptiste.
All the cards are in the name of Anna Domenech Caros
and police are appealing for help.
For "The Green Mountain Boys: Caro
, Feeley, Noland, and Olitski at Bennington in the 1960s," the gallery looked nothing like the Emmerich of yore, with its slightly tatty, down-at-the-heels ambiance, even though technically I suppose it's always retained its status as a blue-chip enterprise.
Inspired by a ride on Line 1 of the Paris Metro, which runs from the fourteenth-century Chateau de Vincennes in the east to the late twentieth-century La Defense in the west, Caro
bases her book on the obvious premise that the built environment evokes the past and that a chronological charting of this environment--by means of the modern "time machine" of the train (or car, the device she used in a previous book on the history of France)--helps one to make sense of history.