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Pushkin's poems "Ee glaza" and "Kto znaet krai ..." may be linked to this understanding of Zhukovsky's interpretation of an inspired Raphael.
"It really does help to maintain our brand image," explains Glaza. "Even if they make some minor tweaks and changes to localise the material, we can still maintain control of the message.
They then watched the butcher stick a pig's head on the roof of Mr Glaza's Volvo car before driving off.
"Tri litsa" (Three faces) and "Nevinnye glaza" (Innocent eyes) provide good insights into gender relations, concentrating on how men imprison women within marriage.
Moguchie glaza reshitel'no dobry, Gustaya brov' komu-to svetit blizko, I ya khotel by strelkoi ukazat' Na tverdost' rta--ottsa rechei upryamykh Lepnoe, slozhnoe, krutoe veko.
U Serzhio, zhivogo, uznaiu Tvoi glaza po iskorkam zadornym, I golovu kurchavuiu tvoiu U Tullio na tulovishche chernom.
Gretna, Louisiana CHOCOLATE PATE 1 1/2 cups half-and-half 4 ounces semisweet chocolate, coarsely chopped 4 ounces white chocolate, coarsely, chopped 4 large eggs, slightly beaten 2 tablespoons brandy 1 (3 1/2-ounce) package almond paste GLAZA: 1 cup semisweet chocolate chips 1/4 cup unsalted butter 2 tablespoons corn syrup Sliced almonds for garnish
Josef Glaza, a visitor and a prominent bioethicist from the Slovak Republic, recently outlined for us the influence that the Center's Visiting Scholars' Program has had on the birth and development of bioethics in central and eastern Europe.
Outside, 78-year-old Elaine Glaza waited in the cold for several hours to present Charles with cufflinks and a cream carnation.
The author wishes to thank Robert Dowless and Mark Glaza, research assistants, for their valuable assistance in gathering information.