Orphans is a barbershop quartet that won the 1954 SPEBSQSA international competition. ...
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(from the article `Czechoslovak region, history of`) ...left the radical stronghold to organize a military brotherhood in northeastern Bohemia (1422); its members became so devoted to ika that after his ...
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A system wherein players place bets on numbers that are close together on the actual wheel, but far from each other on the table layout.
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Orphans is Charlotte Martin`s 2008 release composed of b-sides and other songs written for her previous releases, but were left off the final cuts (hence the EP name Orphans). Some did not fit the "feeling" of the previous albums, others were popular live songs never recorded until this EP. ==Track listing== All songs written by Charlo
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[Dennis Kelly play]
Orphans is a 2009 play by London playwright Dennis Kelly, an exploration of violence in urban areas. Kelly said “I always want my plays to have tension, whether the audience hates it or loves it is up to them, but I never want them to be bored.” ==Synopsis== Helen and her husband Danny`s night in is interrupted by He
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Orphans is a 1987 film directed by Alan J. Pakula. It was written by Lyle Kessler, based on his play. ==Plot== Brothers Treat (Matthew Modine) and Philip (Kevin Anderson) have lived alone since they were kids when a small time criminal enters their lives. ==Principal cast== ==Critical reception== Vincent Canby of the New York Ti
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[Lyle Kessler play]
Orphans is a play by Lyle Kessler. It premiered in 1983 at the Matrix Theatre in Los Angeles starring Joe Pantoliano, Lane Smith and Paul Leiber, where it received critical and commercial success and won the Drama-Logue Award. In 1985 it went on to be directed by Gary Sinise at Chicago`s Steppenwolf Theatre starring John
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