Laura

(from the article `film noir`) ...detective films such as John Huston`s The Maltese Falcon (1941), Frank Tuttle`s This Gun for Hire (1942), Otto Preminger`s Laura (1944), and ... ...negotiated a deal to be named director as well. The success of the film resulted in a contract as actor, director, and producer—the last one an ... ...
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Laura

(from the article `Marshall Islands`) ...around the beginning of the Christian Era by Micronesians who may have been influenced by early Polynesian (Lapita) culture. Radiocarbon dates ...
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laura

(from the article `monasticism`) The lauras (communities of anchorites) of early Christianity in Egypt, Palestine, Syria, Greece, and Cyrenaica—perpetuated today in the Mount Athos ...
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Laura

• (n.) A number of hermitages or cells in the same neighborhood occupied by anchorites who were under the same superior.
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Laura

[Bat for Lashes song] `Laura` is the lead single from British recording artist Bat for Lashes third studio album The Haunted Man, and was written with British songwriter Justin Parker. It received positive reactions from fans when Khan played it at a string of European festival dates. The song received its radio début on 22 July 2012 on Za...
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Laura

[clothing retailer] Laura is a Canadian women’s wear boutique chain. From a single boutique in Montreal, Quebec, Laura Canada has grown to 200 stores (26 of which are double concept stores and 36 being triple concept stores) with plans for continued expansion and growth. Founded in 1930 by Laura Wolstein, the first Laura store was located...
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Laura

[fashion] This category includes pages related to the 2008 Tour de France. ...
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Laura

[Giorgione] Laura, formerly sometimes known as Portrait of a Young Bride is a painting by the Italian Renaissance master Giorgione, c. 1506. It is in the Kunsthistorisches Museum of Vienna, Austria. Like Giorgione`s other works, it is unsigned. An inscription on the reverse, accepted as early 16th century, identifies Giorgione as the painte...
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Laura

[given name] Laura is a female given name in Latin, Western Europe and North America whose meaning (`Bay Laurel`) translates to victor, and an early hypocorism from Laurel and Lauren. ==Origin and usage== The name Laura is the feminized form of laurus, Latin for `bay laurel plant`, which in the Greco-Roman era was used as a symbol of victor...
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Laura

[potato] Laura is a mid-season ripening firm-fleshed edible potato. The Laura is red skinned with a rich potato-yellow flesh color and an oval shape. It was first recognised in 1998 in Austria. The eyes depth is between flat and very flat. The potato is robustly resistant to damage and is highly resistant to Scab, Leafroll virus and to Pota...
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Laura

[What`s He Got That I Ain`t Got] `Laura (What`s He Got That I Ain`t Got)` is a song co-written and recorded by American country music singer Leon Ashley. Recorded in 1967 and released on his own Ashley Records label, the song became his only No. 1 single that September. Frankie Laine and Brook Benton took cover versions to the pop and Adult...
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Laura

Lau'ra noun [ Late Latin , from Greek lane, defile, also, a kind of monastery.] (R. C. Ch.) A number of hermitages or cells in the same neighborhood occupied by anchorites who were under the same superior. C. Kingsley.
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Laura

Laura is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Laura

Laura is a Latin name for girls. The meaning is `bay-leaves, protection` The name Laura is most commonly given to Flemish girls. Laura is at number 13 in the top 50 of Flemish girls (average of 10 years data) Use for the other sex: Laurence What do they use in other countries? Loren (English) Laurence (English) Larenzo Loran Laramie Lauren (English...
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Laura

Laura, subject of the love poems of Petrarch. She is thought to be Laura de Noves (1308?–1348), wife of Hugo de Sade, but this has not been proved.
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Laura

the beloved of the Italian poet Petrarch and the subject of his love lyrics, written over a period of about 20 years, most of which were included in ... [1 related articles]
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