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  Olivier Aubert
Olivier was born of Swiss parents on the 11th November 1956 in Geneva, Switzerland.
Olivier attended a gourmet chefs cooking course in Geneva in 1980 and shortly after that started venturing further afield, traveling through South and North America for 6 months and later through Asia and Australia for a year.
Olivier is an athletic person by nature and plays tennis, squash and runs whenever he has an opportunity.
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 Laurence Olivier St. James Encyclopedia of Pop Culture - Find Articles
Laurence Kerr Olivier was born to a family of churchmen and schoolmasters in the town of Dorking, Surrey, England,; his father being a parson.
Olivier would later write of his mother, "I've been looking for her ever since." His father encouraged him to be an actor and by age 9 he was playing Brutus in Julius Caesar and Julia in Twelfth Night at All Saints School.
Olivier was buried in Westminster Abbey beside the Shakespeare Memorial and the graves of King Henry V and Henry Irving.
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 Bookreporter.com - OLIVIER by Terry Coleman
Olivier could also be generous and devoted: The sad story of his deteriorating relationship to the mentally unstable Leigh (she was a victim of bipolar, also known as "manic," depression) often shows him to be remarkably forbearing.
Indeed, Olivier's bedroom prowess (extensive, on the evidence; he was unfaithful to all three wives) appears to have been overwhelmingly hetero.
Olivier really did do everything in the theatre short of toting flats and sewing costumes; he was a key player in the development of Britain's National Theatre (one of the houses in the complex now located on the South Bank of the Thames is named after him).
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 History of the Olivier House
His father, Pierre Francois Olivier, Sieur de Vezin, an engineer, had been sent to Quebec by the king of France, and in 1749 was appointed Inspector of Roads and Bridges and Surveyor General of Louisiana.
The Oliviers prospered, and when Nicolas married Marie Anne it was the union of two of the most influential families in the colony.
Olivier held sway in magnificent salons, a splendid dining hall, and bedrooms of ample proportions and intricate detail.
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 Laurence Olivier Henry V
When Laurence Olivier's magnificent screen production of Shakespeare's Henry V was first disclosed to a group of Oxford's impassive Shakespeare pundits, there was only one murmur of dissent.
Olivier opens it with a crepuscular shot of the doomed and exhausted English as they withdraw along a sunset stream to encamp for the night.
Olivier and Alan Dent (the London News-ChronicIe's ace theater critic whose long suit is Shakespeare) teamed inextricably on the superb editing of Shakespeare's play.
www.murphsplace.com /olivier/henry5.html   (2015 words)

 Sydney Olivier
In the spring of 1882 Olivier became a clerk at the Colonial Office.
Olivier retired from the Civil Service in 1918 and once again played an important role in the Fabian Society.
Following the 1929 General Election, MacDonald appointed Olivier as Chairman of the Royal Commission that investigated conditions in the sugar industry.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /TUoliver.htm   (400 words)

Olivier was born in 1996, and is the product of one of the oldest Dutch Warmblood breeding programs in the United States.
Olivier's sire, Idocus, is considered to be one of the best dressage stallions in sport right now, competing in the 2004 Athens Olympics on the 4th placed Dutch team.
Olivier's dam, Rowillie, has to date, produced three Grand Prix Dressage horses, multiple offspring trained to the FEI level, multiple successful jumper offspring and many other breeding horses to carry on the line.
www.imajica.net /olivierpedigree.html   (338 words)

 Amazon.com: Olivier: Books: Terry Coleman   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Olivier (1907–1989) had a tendency to "instinctively improve the truth"—a visit from a drunken Ralph Richardson, for example, was changed in the telling to a nearly fatal brawl—but Coleman delicately peels away the embellishments.
Olivier was driven to become the Greatest Actor of his generation and such drive made him a genius in his chosen profession.
Olivier left Leigh for actress Joan Plowright in 1960, and while this provided some stability in his life with three children, Coleman is quick to point out that Olivier was not significantly changed temperamentally.
www.amazon.com /Olivier-Terry-Coleman/dp/0805075364   (3094 words)

 Olivier Fleury: Antiquites de France, French Antiques
Olivier Fleury is a direct importer of French and Continental Antiques - 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries both Country and Formal.
Olivier Fleury travels throughout the east coast and Midwest to exhibit at renowned antiques shows.
Olivier Fleury's commitment to customer service and fine quality has made him a popular source for customers seeking the best of French Antiques.
www.ofleury.com   (213 words)

 Laurence Olivier | Biography (1907-1989)
Olivier was the son of an Anglican minister, who, despite his well-documented severity, was an unabashed theater lover, enthusiastically encouraging young Olivier to give acting a try.
Olivier made his professional London debut the same year in The Suliot Officer, and joined the Birmingham Repertory in 1926; by the time Olivier was 20, he was playing leads.
By the time Greta Garbo insisted that he be replaced by John Gilbert in her upcoming Queen Christina (1933), Olivier was disenchanted with the movies and vowed to remain on-stage.
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 Review: Olivier Olivier
Nadine (Marina Golovine) is devastated and the already-strained marriage of Olivier's parents, Serge (Francois Cluzet) and Elizabeth (Brigitte Rouan) can't weather the strain.
Olivier's relationship with Nadine, which involves both passionate jealousy and sexual tension, forms the fulcrum around which the best aspects of the movie are developed.
Olivier Olivier takes approximately a half-hour to strike into the meat of the story, but the thirty minutes of background are crucial to appreciating what comes afterwards.
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 Olivier (demon, Punisher foe)
Later, Olivier confronted the immobilized Punisher and Gadriel and revealed to Castle that he was Frank Costa and that he was responsible for Frank's family being killed in Central Park.
Olivier then attempted to drive a wedge between the angel and Castle by revealing Gadriel's negligence in Castle's family's deaths and in Frank's own suicide.
Olivier isn't dead, as Dr. Strange tells Hellstorm that "Olivier won't be threatening you and yours for a while." I'd personally like to see him return for a rematch with the Son of Satan
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 Amazon.com: Henry V - Criterion Collection: DVD: Laurence Olivier   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Olivier's is the legacy to which Branaugh, the darling of the current generation, fancies himself the pretender.
Olivier, who produced and directed most of his Shakespeare films, has actually used the film medium to enlarge his plays' visual scope, while maintaining the intimacy that is the essence of live theatre.
Olivier's "Henry V" was to England what Eisentein's "Ivan the Terrible" was to Russia - a familiar history rendered as a national epic, for morale purposes, while audiences were fighting off the Germans during World War II.
www.amazon.com /Henry-Criterion-Collection-Laurence-Olivier/dp/0780021320   (3397 words)

 Laurence Olivier at Reel Classics
Olivier's performance as Maxim de Winter, a man tortured by the memories of his dead wife as he tries to begin life anew, earned him another Best Actor nomination.
Olivier actually made many Shakespeare movies throughout his career and they could be his best-known work.
In fact, just a few years earlier in 1944, Olivier produced, directed, edited, starred in, and was even given writing credit for HENRY V. In recognition of his outstanding achievement in bringing this film to the screen, the Academy awarded Olivier an honorary Oscar statuette in 1947.
www.reelclassics.com /Actors/Olivier/olivier.htm   (349 words)

 Praise & Press | Olivier's Creole Restaurant
and Armand Olivier III in an extensive interview, and Olivier's is proud to have been included.
The original turn-of-the-century recipes have been passed down intact, so Olivier's prides itself on offering what is arguably the most authentic Creole food in the country.
Olivier's on Decatur in the French Quarter is a favorite, founded and still owned by one of New Orleans' old Creole families."
www.olivierscreole.com /media/index.shtml   (718 words)

 Olivier Group | Job Recruitment
Whether you are looking for a temporary, contract or permanent role - Olivier have a range of opportunities from which to put your talents to work.
Olivier recognizes that its people are its most valuable asset and would love to welcome you to our talent base.
At Olivier, our business is to find you the people to make your business more successful.
www.olivier.com.au   (424 words)

 Official London Theatre Guide | Laurence Olivier Awards
The Laurence Olivier Awards, which are presented annually by the Society of London Theatre, are the UK's most prestigious theatre awards and the highlight of the West End calendar.
The Awards were established in 1976 to recognise excellence in London theatre; Lord Olivier agreed to have his name associated with them in 1984.
The Laurence Olivier Awards, established in 1976, are recognised as the UK’s most prestigious theatre awards and are the...
www.officiallondontheatre.co.uk /awards   (466 words)

 HBO: Olivier Castro-Staal - Character Bio - Six Feet Under
Olivier, to put it mildly, is not constrained by the expectations of others.
Olivier doesn't confine his attentions to his students.
Afterwards, Olivier escorted Margaret and her purchase home, where they had sex - during which Olivier gazed at "Bird Boy." For Olivier, this was possibly the most satisfying encounter he'd had in a long time.
www.hbo.com /sixfeetunder/cast/characters/olivier.shtml   (381 words)

 Olivier Artworks and Fine Art at arthistorynet.com
Charles Olivier Murray, A Water-mill, seventh plate from the portfolio Sketches Made on the Lithography Night 14 April 1905 by Member s of the Art Workers Guild, Clifford Inn Hall and Published for the Benefit of the Chest, 1905
Charles Olivier Murray, The Tiger, plate 9 in the book, The Etcher (London: Sampson Lowä, 1880), vol.
Olivier Dalaison, a french painter located near Utah each in Normandy, is displaying and selling his...
www.absolutearts.com /masters/o/olivier.html   (583 words)

 SPACE.com -- Laurence Olivier Resurrected As 'Sky Captain' Villain
Old footage of Olivier, who died in 1989, was used to create Dr. Totenkopf, an evil scientist who plans to destroy the world.
The sight of these actors in commercials not of their choosing has made some wonder about the fairness of the practice.
Olivier's "Sky Captain" performance is new and entirely created by moviemakers, rather than inserted into the movie, but there are similarities.
www.space.com /entertainment/olivier_captain_040924.html   (398 words)

 Olivier Soaps
Olivier combines the aromatherapeutic properties of pure essential oils, the art of soap crafting, the science of plants and flowers to create extraordinary, biodegradable, longer lasting OLIVE OIL SKIN SOLUTIONS.
For more information contact Olivier customer service center at 1.888.775.5550 or webmaster@oliviersoaps.com.
Olivier is against animal testing and the use of animal by-products in skin care.
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 Edward L. Olivier
Edward Lester Olivier, son of Peter and Hendrika Van Heukelom Olivier, was born July 27, 1921, in Richland Township, Mahaska County.
On November 22, 1942, Edward was united in marriage with Jean Eleanor Cornelius at the Church of the Open Bible in Pella.
He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Jean; two brothers: Richard and John Olivier; two sisters: Gertrude Veenendaal and Bertha Uitermarkt; and a grandson, Mark Wayne Wales.
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 Blog Webmarketing, E-commerce et Referencement par Olivier Douard
Olivier Douard : Salut Frédéric, brosseadomicile.com est sorti en mai dernier et permet de s'abonner à sa brosse à dents en recevant de manière régulière une brosse à dents toute neuve.
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Olivier Douard : Bonjour Franck, BizAndGo est une jeune SSII créée cette année.
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 Olivier Olivier - Moviefone
Rating: NA Synopsis: Olivier, the nine-year-old son of a country veterinarian, vanishes one afternoon on the way to his grandmother's house.
Olivier, Olivier - Trailer - Showtimes - Cast - Movies - New York...
Olivier, the nine-year-old son of a country veterinarian, vanishes one afternoon on the way to his...
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 Frank Olivier's 'Twisted Cabaret'
"Olivier is a one-man reincarnation of vaudeville with a decided edge...
Frank Olivier has also been learning strange skills for the past 30 years.
Frank Olivier - juggling five and seven balls
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 The Seattle Times: Television: "Spamalot" tops Olivier nominations
LONDON — The sublimely silly Monty Python musical "Spamalot" dominated nominations for the 2007 Laurence Olivier Awards, with nods in seven categories, including best new musical.
Nominations for the prizes, which honor the best of the London stage, were announced Thursday.
The show gained a best-actor Olivier nomination for Tim Curry, who returned to the London stage after a 19-year absence.
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 Olivier Martinez - France's best kept secret !
Olivier Martinez - France's best kept secret !
This site is in no way officially sanctioned by Olivier Martinez.
The material on this site is intended for entertainment purposes only, copyrights are the property of the magazines and film studios referenced.
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 Olivier Renoir - AOL Music
Olivier Renoir, Tattooed Stone Lifter, Hyatt Regency,Papaete, Tahiti, Johnson Photo...
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Download, listen and watch Olivier Renoir music, mp3's, song lyrics, music videos, Internet radio, live performances, concerts, and more on AOL Music.
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Home > Art and Culture > Photography > Olivier
Olivier came from France in 1991 to join Auroville and since then the touch of his designs and photographs is widely visible in the township in a great variety of books, brochures, calendars, photo panels, exhibitions, logo's and so on.
Olivier works mainly in connection with the Auroville Press, where he is also part of the management.
www.auroville.org /art&culture/photo/olivier.htm   (98 words)

 Olivier's Blog
It's been a while since it all started, but now the first release is out the door.
As of today, you can download a new release of the PHP stem interface to the Snowball API on PECL.
In fact, you should only stem words to use them as keywords in some kind of database.
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