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  Djuna Barnes
Barnes also knew enough to agree with Natalie Barney that Proust's treatment of flighty lesbians who follow gay male patterns of cruising and sexual contacts in Remembrance of Things Past was "improbable." Yet Barnes's treatment in her own novel was not much different.
Barnes lived with the sculptor and silverpoint artist Thelma Wood, and published anonymously in 1928 the Ladies Almanack, an erotic pastiche of lesbian life.
Barnes used the style of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries added with neologism and Joycean wordplays.
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  NFL.com - Prospect Profiles   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Barnes went on to start 42 consecutive games before a right wrist fracture in a 2004 mid-October practice would bring his Husky career to an end.
Barnes manned the left tackle position throughout the 2002 campaign and was even used as a receiver on a trick play during the 2002 Sun Bowl.
Barnes started all year at weak-side tackle in 2003, picking up All-Pac 10 Conference honorable mention and Player of the Game honors vs. Washington State and Stanford.
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  Julian Barnes's A History of the World
Barnes' two-part treatment in chapter five of the notorious shipwreck of the Medusa in 1816 and the subsequent painting of the survivors on the raft executed by Géricault in 1819 brings many of the themes and motifs of the book together.
Barnes wants to demonstrate the way any artist is compelled to rearrange the facts to give meaning to his narrative composition.
Barnes points to a signified by using as signifiers those strange links and impertinent connections that invite the reader to discover a coherence in the book as a whole.
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 Ben Barnes to break silence on "60 Minutes" - Salon
Barnes made headlines last week when his videotaped comments that he was "very ashamed" of getting Bush into the National Guard began circulating on the Web.
Barnes made his comments in May and the video was posted on a pro-Kerry Web site in June, but word of it only began to spread widely last Friday.
With Barnes now being featured in a sit-down interview with "60 Minutes," the highly rated CBS news magazine, reporters may finally be forced to address the consistent curiosities of Bush's National Guard record.
www.salon.com /news/feature/2004/09/01/barnes60minutes   (594 words)

 Barnes biography
Barnes was educated at King Edward's School, Birmingham and in 1893 went up to Cambridge as a Scholar of Trinity College.
Barnes' episcopate was marked by a series of controversies stemming from his outspoken views and, rather surprisingly for someone who held such high office in the Church, often unorthodox religious beliefs.
Barnes next turned his attention to the theory of integral functions, where, in a series of papers, he investigated their asymptotic structure.
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 George Barnes
Barnes attended meetings of the Social Democratic Federation and the Socialist League, but rejected the idea of socialist revolution and refused to join either organisation.
Barnes became convinced that real progress would only be made when more trade unionists were elected to the House of Commons.
Barnes became disillusioned with the way Herbert Asquith was running the country and in 1916 helped David Lloyd George gain power.
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 FrontPage magazine.com :: Ben Barnes: John Kerry’s Unbelievable Last-Ditch Weapon by Lowell Ponte
Barnes that CBS and the rest of the establishment media are unlikely to mention.
Barnes has acknowledged that no member of the Bush family sought his help, but claims he was approached by a Bush family friend (who died three years before Barnes began telling his self-serving story).
Barnes promoted an earlier version of his story in 1999 and 2000 in a clear attempt to damage the presidential campaign of George W. Bush.
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 Classic Jazz Guitar - Guitarists
Barnes was one of the very first guitarists to electrify his instrument and he was also one of the first to prove the guitar's abilities as a significant solo instrument.
Barnes’ emphasis on preserving the role of the rhythm guitar also contributed to the preservation of the guitar duet format.
George Barnes and Kress took this form to a new level by performing as a duet in public performances in clubs and concert halls.
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 Powells.com Interviews - Julian Barnes
Barnes: There was a great Polish critic called Jan Knott who wrote Shakespeare Our Contemporary, which was all about reinterpreting the tragedies in contemporary terms and was a very influential book at the time, in the sixties.
Barnes: I think one of the interesting things about Conan Doyle is that he was a famous author at a time when famous authors had the ear of presidents and prime ministers, as did Kipling, Bernard Shaw, H.
Barnes: Well, when you are writing a novel there are various things you are anxious about, and having written four mysteries twenty years ago— more than twenty years ago—I did think, well, I don't need to worry about that side of things.
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 The Barnes Foundation - About Barnes
The Gallery and Arboretum are open to the public (reservations are required), and courses in aesthetics and horticulture are available through the education department.
Barnes hired the noted French architect Paul Philippe Cret (architect of the Ben Franklin Bridge and the Rodin Museum) to design the Gallery and attached residence (now the administration building), which were completed in 1925.
Barnes was particularly noted not only for his collection of Modern art, but also for his early and vigorous collecting of African art.
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 Thomas Barnes
Barnes supported the moderate reforms being suggested by his friends, John Hobhouse and Henry Brougham in the House of Commons.
Barnes was also convinced that Tyas was unlikely to write a sympathetic report on Henry Orator Hunt and the other radical speakers.
Barnes had talks with the leaders of the Conservative Party and after they had agreed that they would not attempt to interfere with reforms introduced by the Whigs, such as the 1832 Reform Act and the Tithe Act, he agreed that the newspaper would became a supporter of Sir Robert Peel and his new government.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /PRbarnes.htm   (1444 words)

 glbtq >> literature >> Barnes, Djuna
Barnes was born on June 12, 1892, in Cornwall-on-Hudson, New York, the daughter of an Englishwoman, Elizabeth Chappell, and an unsuccessful American writer, Wald Barnes.
Barnes subtly mocks the aristocratic pretensions of Barney and her entourage in the same way she had mocked the Villagers' leisured preoccupation with the latest cause célèbre in her New York journalism.
Barnes returned to New York in 1939 where she lived, chronically ill and relatively poor, until her death in 1982.
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 Dr Gareth Barnes
Hillebrand A. and Barnes G.R. "The use of anatomical constraints with MEG beamformers".
Hillebrand A. and Barnes G.R. "A Quantitative Assessment of the Sensitivity of Whole-Head MEG to Activity in the Adult Human Cortex".
Singh, K.D., Barnes, G.R., Hillebrand, A., Forde, E.M.E, Williams, A.L. (2002) "Task-related changes in cortical synchronisation are spatially coincident with the haemodynamic response." NeuroImage 16, 103–114.
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 www.TexasSports.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Barnes is one of 23 coaches who have taken three different teams to the NCAA Tournament.
Barnes is a coach who adapts his style of play to the talents of his team.
Barnes again used depth and balance to play an 11-man rotation while leading the Horns to a No. 3 seed in the NCAA Tournament, the second-highest seed in school history.
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 William Sullivan Barnes
William Sullivan Barnes (June 16, 1841-April 2, 1912), an outstanding preacher, was for thirty years minister of the Church of the Messiah (Unitarian) in Montreal.
William Barnes was born in Boston, the son of Lydia Ann Yetton and Baptist minister William H. Barnes.
When Barnes died, a Montreal newspaper noted, "Of the propagandist he had not a particle in his methods or nature." But, though esteemed by many, his work in the arts did not build membership in his church.
www.uua.org /uuhs/duub/articles/williamsbarnes.html   (1129 words)

 New York State Writers Institute - Julian Barnes Times Union Article
Barnes, who turned 60 earlier this month, is still constructing his literary legacy, which includes such elegant postmodern novels as "Staring at the Sun" and "A History of the World in 10 1/2 Chapters."
Scrupulously researched but richly imagined, Barnes' 12th work of fiction dramatizes Doyle's efforts to clear the name of George Edalji, a young attorney in rural Staffordshire who in 1903 received a seven-year sentence for mutilating a pony.
The book is neither dry nor academic: The facts of the case form the axle around which Barnes spins the story of Edalji's imprisonment as well as Doyle's fascination with Edwardian-era spiritualism, and his chaste 10-year love affair with the young woman who would become his second wife.
www.albany.edu /writers-inst/tu_barnes_julian.html   (1130 words)

 Barnes turns Warriors into believers
Matt Barnes has the word "Believe" tattooed on the right side of his neck, but even he admits doubting his NBA future this summer.
Barnes was the ultimate risk-free investment when the Warriors invited him to camp.
Barnes never will be the prettiest shooter in the league, but he went 6-for-9 from three-point range Tuesday and took a team-high 22 shots.
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 Colossians - Chapter 3 - Barnes' Notes on the New Testament on StudyLight.org
The word mortify means, to put to death, See Barnes "Romans 8:13"; See Barnes "Galatians 5:24"; and the meaning here is, that they were entirely to subdue their evil propensities, so that they would have no remains of life; that is, they were not at all to indulge them.
The meaning is, that they were to lay up the doctrines of the gospel in their hearts; to meditate upon them; to allow them to be their guide, and to endeavour wisely to improve them to the best purpose.
The only additional thought here is, that their psalms and hymns were to be regarded as a method of "teaching" and "admonishing;" that is, they were to be imbued with truth, and to be such as to elevate the mind, and withdraw it from error and sin.
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 KLRU: Texas Monthly Talks > Ben Barnes > Biography
Ben Barnes was once a considered a rising-star in Texas politics after becoming a state representative at age 21.
In 1969, Barnes was elected lieutenant governor of Texas and served from 1969 to 1973.
Barnes has been active in a number of community service organizations, including the People's Community Clinic, the Boys and Girls Club, the LBJ Library and School of Public Affairs, the Huntington Art Gallery and the Longhorn Foundation.
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 LBJ School - Ben Barnes Fellowship in Public Leadership - Home
It was during his first year at the UT School of Law that Barnes made the decision to enter politics.
By 1965, while studying for finals, Barnes was named Speaker of the House, and as the youngest Speaker of the House in the nation, the Texas Junior Chamber of Commerce honored him as one of five outstanding young men in the state.
The Barnes Fellowship in Public Leadership will be used to recruit top students from across the nation who have demonstrated interest in public leadership.
www.utexas.edu /lbj/development/barnes.php   (357 words)

 Barnes   (Site not responding. Last check: )
I was in Barnes from 1973 to 1976 and was a member of Candy house.
Barnes was my first home for 10 years from 1971 to 1981 after that my Mom brought us to the United States and we have been here ever since.
Dawn's father was a teacher at Barnes from 79 to 86 and a soccer coach.
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 Melody Barnes   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Melody Barnes is the Executive Vice President for Policy at the Center for American Progress where she coordinates and helps to integrate all of the Center's policy work, from the policy departments, fellows, and the Center's network of outside policy experts.
Barnes served as chief counsel to Senator Edward M. Kennedy on the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Barnes began her career as an attorney with Shearman and Sterling in New York City and is a member of both the New York State Bar Association and the District of Columbia Bar Association.
www.americanprogress.org /aboutus/staff/BarnesMelody.html   (287 words)

 Barnes Group Inc. - Investor Relations - FAQ
Barnes Group traces its history to a company that was founded in 1857 in Bristol, Connecticut.
The transfer agent is responsible for maintaining all records of stockholders (i.e., name, address, telephone number), canceling or issuing stock certificates, and resolving problems related to lost, destroyed, or stolen certificates.
Barnes Group is currently a part of the NYSE Composite Index, the S&P 600 SmallCap Index, the S&P 600 SmallCap Barra Value Index, the Russell 2000 Index, and the Russell 3000 Index.
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 Amazon.com: The Porcupine: Books: Julian Barnes   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In any given circumstance, Barnes implies, it is simply fate that determines who becomes the accuser and who the accused.
Mr Barnes is outstanding at getting inside the heads of the protagonists, and some of the funniest moments are the monologues of the accused Petkanov.
In, "The Porcupine", by Julian Barnes, it is the tyrant that is on trial, not Stalin, for the country of this Dictator's origin is never mentioned.
www.amazon.com /Porcupine-Julian-Barnes/dp/0679744827   (1502 words)

 AIArchitect This Week | Edward Larrabee Barnes, FAIA, Selected for 2007 AIA Gold Medal
Barnes was noted for crisp, geometric buildings in both rural and urban landscapes that didn’t call attention to themselves, much like the architect himself.
Barnes taught at Pratt Institute and Yale University and served as vice president to the American Academy in Rome.
Barnes becomes the 63rd AIA Gold Medallist, joining the ranks of such visionaries as Thomas Jefferson (1993), Frank Lloyd Wright (1949), Louis Sullivan (1944), LeCorbusier (1961), Louis Kahn (1971), I.M. Pei (1979), Cesar Pelli (1995), Santiago Calatrava (2005), and last year’s recipient, Antoine Predock.
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 BARNES: Genealogy Queries   (Site not responding. Last check: )
BARNES : BROCKET : HILL : i am trying to find Peter Barnes he was originally from England he is the son of Clara Brocket/hill/Tapster/Walker the mother changed her surname many times.
BARNES : MCGEHEE : WILSON : A girl who was born @ St. Elizabeth North in Covington, KY in the fall of 1952 or 1953 and put up for adoption @ birth...
BARNES search results at Interment.net - Burial records and tombstone inscriptions from thousands of cemeteries across the world.
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 Philosophers : Hazel E. Barnes
Barnes is best known as a Sartrean scholar and for her English translation(1956) of of Sartre's "Being and Nothingness." She is reknowned for her knowledge and grasp of the Sartrean system of philosophy and its phenomenological underpinnings.
Following in Sartre's idea of "being-for-itself," and using the ontology of radical freedom for her normative ethics, Hazel Barnes attempted, unsuccessfully in her book "An Existential Ethics" to concretely follow Sartre's train of thought on ethics.
Barnes received her Ph.D. from Yale University in 1941, and has taught i such places as UNC, University of Colorado, and studied at the Guggenheim Institute as a fellow, in 1977-8.
www.trincoll.edu /depts/phil/philo/phils/barnes.html   (179 words)

 Crane Pumps & Systems
The Barnes family of pump products provides versatility, high performance and unequaled value.
For more than a century, design and specifying engineers, plumbing contractors and end-users including homeowners have relied on Barnes Pumps for reliability and durability.
From mundane but essential applications like sewage and wastewater to decorative fountain pumps found in the town square, Barnes Pumps delivers innovative, cost-effective solutions with speed and accuracy.
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