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    • Martyrdom of St.Apollonia

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    • Miniature showing saint's play in performance ; white wand may be Master of Secrets ; look at placement of audience, literal torture and humiliation, devil's costumes, ambiguity of shape of theater
    • Martyrdom of St.Apollonia

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    • Miniature showing saint's play in performance ; white wand may be Master of Secrets ; look at placement of audience, literal torture and humiliation, devil's costumes, ambiguity of shape of theater
    • 4-4-3-2 mulligan stew

    • Nutrition
    • A 4-H Television Production with Expanded Nutrition Programs, USDA, in cooperation with Extension Service, USDA and State Extension Services of the Land Grant Universities. Includes stories, games, songs, and recipes.
    • Road between Oulches and Craonnelle

    • World War, 1914-1918; Roads; Ruins; War damage--France; Soldiers
    • "C.27. Oulches-Craonelle road (Chemin des Dames). Oct. 1917." Scattered piles of rubble and partial walls of ruined buildings line the street that curves from the left foreground to the image's center. A black soldier stands in the middle of the...
    • Robert G. Farritor family, Custer County, Nebraska.

    • livestock sod buildings sidesaddle riding windmills horses cattle swine sod houses agricultural buildings
    • Identified from left to right: Lizzie Wells (a visiting neighbor); Mary, Hennie, Robert J., Frank, Michael, Nora, Will, Anne holding Alice, and Robert G. Ferritor. About the Picture of the Robert Garrett Farritor Homestead - Custer Co. Nebraska...
    • Miracle, The

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    • Norman Bel Geddes's setting for The Miracle as staged by Max Reinhardt. This sectional plan shows the arrangement of the scenery and the machinery in the theater after it was converted to look like a medieval cathedral. In the early 1920s Norman...
    • Miracle, The

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    • Norman Bel Geddes's setting for The Miracle as staged by Max Reinhardt. This sectional plan shows the arrangement of the scenery and the machinery in the theater after it was converted to look like a medieval cathedral. In the early 1920s Norman...
    • Saved

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    • Edward Bond's Saved as produced by the English Stage Company ; it was originally enacted privately, under 'club' auspices, since the play was initially censored due largely to the infamous 'stoning of a baby' scene. The play itself is set in...
    • Saved

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    • Edward Bond's Saved as produced by the English Stage Company ; it was originally enacted privately, under 'club' auspices, since the play was initially censored due largely to the infamous 'stoning of a baby' scene. The play itself is set in...
    • Saved

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    • Edward Bond's Saved as produced by the English Stage Company ; it was originally enacted privately, under 'club' auspices, since the play was initially censored due largely to the infamous 'stoning of a baby' scene. The play itself is set in...

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