Crome


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Crome

(krəʊm)
n
(Biography) John, known as Old Crome. 1768–1821, English landscape painter and etcher
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Thence to Java, loading sugar for Marseilles, and back along the Mediterranean to the Black Sea, and on to Baltimore, down to her marks with crome ore, buffeted by hurricanes, short again of bunker coal and calling at Bermuda to replenish.
Despite having his secret already uncovered, Crome Moe continues cosplaying amidst his sudden internet fame.
JOE ABSOLOMShay Nash, Hayley's ex-boyfriend, who used to be a drug-dealer KARLA CROME, 27 stars as Nancy Devlin, who is keeping secrets of her own.
STEPPING UP SHE may still be in her 20s, but Karla Crome, who previously worked on Stephen King's Under The Dome and You, Me And The Apocalypse with Rob Lowe, is level-headed about heading up the drama.
Mia Chloe Sevigny Ryan Jorden Bennie Riley Karla Crome Levi Reece Noi Leonie Roma Christensen John Vincent Regan Ben Jonas Armstrong Eddie Peter Wight
Crome and Williams' edition presents a perhaps slightly narrower and less rich sampling of Lyotard's work.
Quantum Systems Integrators (QuantumSI), a systems integrator and software developer, has announced that it has completed a fully integrated deployment of its CROME performance management (PM) reporting system.
The second compartment, "Oriental Dreams," offers "a moral tale," The Sofa by Crebillon fils (1742), the mere mention of which I remember being tantalized by in Aldous Huxley's Crome Yellow when I was in junior high, on account of its wicked premise - tales told to the Sultan, Scheherezade's grandson, by a young courtier whose soul in a previous life was condemned to travel from sofa to sofa as a sofa in search of true love and not to be reincarnated in a human body until a man and a woman sincerely in love with each other had consummated their passion on "his" sofa.
Huxley established himself as a major author in his first two published novels, Crome Yellow (1921) and Antic Hay (1923), both witty and malicious satires on the pretensions of the English literary and intellectual coteries of his day.
Crome draws on information from a variety of archives and files, including those of the Gestapo.
As in Crome Yellow (1921), the general atmosphere of despair is deepened when the hero loses his girl.