SKOLD


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Commenting on his latest collection, Skold explained: "It has taken me three years to create enough paintings for this exhibition.
Skold said he was half-joking when he first said he wanted to visit the graves of 500 dead poets who had at least one book of poetry published, in their lifetime or posthumously.
While his graveside poetry readings -- and occasional cemetery sleepovers -- evoke the macabre, Skold insists his intentions are honorable.
71 Marcel Siem (Ger), Markus Brier (Aut), David Carter, Nick Dougherty, Garry Houston, Andrew Oldcorn, Andrew Coltart, Ricardo Gonzalez (Arg), Jarmo Sandelin (Swe), Malcolm Mackenzie, Marcus Fraser (Aus), Jean-Francois Lucquin (Fra), Neil Cheetham, Johan Skold (Swe), Johan Axgren (Swe), Phillip Archer.
However, Slattery went into the second round of the Abama Canaries Open in Tenerife today in joint seventh place on two under par, only three behind joint leaders Johan Skold and Andres Romero.
Moore, joint third after an opening 68 which concluded with a double-bogey seven and then a birdie three, went into the joint lead with Swede Johan Skold and Argentina's Andres Romero when he resumed with an eagle three.
213 B Lane 73 74 66, J Skold 71 74 68, P Broadhurst 71 73 69, G Bourdy 70 69 74
Producer Tim Skold (formerly of the industrial rock group KMFDM) even offered to double on bass for the new album.
Patricia Skold, senior vice president and worldwide underwriting manager for political risk at Chubb & Son, says sizable claims have been paid in Russia and Asia in recent years; in Indonesia, for instance, investors in large projects submitted claims when political events prevented their completion.
Dougherty, who had to play in two 72-hole prequalifying events just to get to the 108-hole school proper, finished only three strokes behind Sweden's Johan Skold at San Roque.
1 In 1953 the painter Otte Skold (at one time director of the Swedish National Art Collections) persuaded the government to create a museum specifically for twentieth-century art.