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Lieutenant General James Hamilton, 4th Duke of Hamilton and 1st Duke of Brandon KG KT (11 April 1658 15 November 1712) was a

Scottish nobleman, the Premier Peer of Scotland, and Keeper of the Palace of Holyroodhouse. He was a Master of the Great Wardrobe, Master-General of the Ordnance, Ambassador, and Colonel-in-Chief of his regiment. Hamilton was a major investor in the failed Darien Scheme, which cost many of Scotland's ruling class their fortunes, and he played a leading role in the events leading up to the Act of Union in 1707. He died on 15 November 1712 as the result of a celebrated duel in Hyde Park, Westminster, with Charles Mohun, 4th Baron Mohun, over a disputed inheritance.

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Samson and Delilah of wardrobe

Samson und Delila is an Austrian silent film, premiered in Vienna on 25 December 1922. It was released in the United Kingdom in October 1923 as Samson and Delilah. The film, the first to be made at the Rosenhgel Film Studios, which were still under construction at the time, was directed by Alexander Korda under the aegis of the Vita-Film company and was among the first epic films to be made in Austria.

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Annet Malherbe of wardrobe

Annet Malherbe (born 23 November 1957) is a Dutch actress. She is known for her roles in films directed by her husband Alex van Warmerdam, such as Voyeur, The Northerners, The Dress, Little Tony and Grimm. Malherbe was nominated for European Film Award for Best Actress for Little Tony.

In January 2012, it was confirmed Malherbe, Kasper van Kooten, Marcel Musters and Jelka van Houten would be the stars of a new RTL4 sketch show, What If?.

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Esther Brand (actress) of wardrobe

Esther Brand (also known as Esther Hamilton, Esther Bland and Esther Sweeney) (fl. 1745-1772) was a British actress. She was a dramatic actress, but had a very good sense of humour. She was disliked by George Anne Bellamy, who nicknamed her "Tripe". She relied on charity towards the end of her life and was the reason for the founding of the Drury Lane Theatrical Fund. Brand would marry three times and would die destitute in London

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Plot of wardrobe

Professor Maldi, a researcher on the company held by Commendatore Tassinetti (Aldo Fabrizi), experiments on various animals, and especially on the capon Gildo, its preparation which should give courage to the men. Pressed by Tassinetti Maldi decides to experiment on himself the latest version of its compound, without waiting to know the reaction of the capon.

Soon, the shy Maldi finds himself desired by every woman he meets: rather than courage, his discovery provides an irresistible fascination for twenty-four hours.

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Accreditations and affiliations of wardrobe

Skagerak is a member of the Norwegian Association For Private Schools (NFFL). The High School is also a member of UNESCO's SOUL project. It is accredited by the Norwegian Department of Education and Science.

The school's mission is: "To inspire, guide and challenge students to be actively involved in a caring and committed internationally-minded and bilingual community; engaging students in learning that enables them to succeed and encouraging them to assume responsibility."

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Isabel de Verdun, Baroness Ferrers of Groby of wardrobe

Isabel de Verdun, Baroness Ferrers of Groby (21 March 1317 25 July 1349) was an heiress, who was related to the English royal family as the eldest daughter of Elizabeth de Clare, herself a granddaughter of King Edward I of England. When she was a child, Isabel was imprisoned in Barking Abbey, along with her mother and half-sister, after her stepfather had joined the Earl of Lancaster's ill-fated rebellion against King Edward II. Her husband was Henry Ferrers, 2nd Baron Ferrers of Groby.

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Personnel of wardrobe

Gareth Liddiard - vocals, guitar, keyboards

Rui Pereira - guitar, keyboards

Fiona Kitschin - bass

Christian Strybosch - drums

James McCann - guitar

Warren Hall - drums

Brendon Humphries - bass

Steve Hesketh - Hammond, Wurtilzer ("Stop Dreaming")Additional CreditsThe Downie Breitkreuz Group - design

Gareth Liddiard - liner notes

Daniel Campbell, Tim Hegarty - photography

Dave Tacon - cover photo

Dave McCluney - recording

Locki Lockwood, Gareth Liddiard - production (tracks 1, 2, 6, 7, 9)

The Drones - production (tracks 3, 4, 5, 8, 10)

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Erich Khnhackl of wardrobe

Erich Khnhackl (born 17 October 1950 in Citice, Czechoslovakia) is a German former professional ice hockey player, born and raised in Czechoslovakia. He is one of the all-time greats of German ice hockey and was named Germany's ice hockey player of the 20th century in 2000. Khnhackl is a member of the IIHF Hall of Fame as well as of the German ice hockey Hall of Fame and Germany's Sport Hall of Fame.

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Early years of wardrobe

Wills was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and could draw before he could write. At age 8, Wills started with tempera, watercolor and pastels, and later chose oils. His choice of oils was based on the masters' use of oils and its stability over time. He never used canvas. Masonite (hardboard) was used instead as it does not deteriorate like canvas. Wills sold his first portrait of a neighborhood friend to the boy's mother when he was 14

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John de Benstede of wardrobe

Sir John de Benstede KB (c.12751323/4) was a prominent member of the English royal household in the late 13th and early 14th century. He was Prebendary of Sandiacre from 3 February 1297 until, presumably, 1308, when he married. He was also King's Secretary, and he served variously as keeper of the Great Seal and controller of the wardrobe (for Edward I). He also served as Chancellor of the Exchequer from 13051306, and as a royal judge from 1309 onwards

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Octopus (comics) of wardrobe

Octopus is a supervillain from the comic book The Spirit by cartoonist Will Eisner. He first appeared in The Spirit on July 14, 1946, and became the primary nemesis in later stories. The Octopus has never showed his face in the stories, but readers could always identify the character by the distinctive purple gloves he always wore. A master of disguise, The Octopus was involved in the epic fight with The Spirit, which left Denny Colt temporarily blind

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Jonathan Scott (actor) of wardrobe

Jonathan Scott (sometimes credited as Jonathan R. Scott) is an English former child actor most notable for his appearance as Edmund Pevensie in three of the BBC's four adaptations of the Narnia books between 1988 and 1990. He appeared in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe in 1988 as well as Prince Caspian and The Voyage of the Dawn Treader in 1989.

Scott gave up acting in his late teens, his last role being in a 1993 episode of The Bill.

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Edna Guy of wardrobe

Edna Guy (19071982) was an African-American modern dance pioneer. Born in 1907 in Summit, New Jersey, Guy lived at a time when blacks and whites did not appear on stage together. At the age of fifteen she begged her mother to take her to a dance concert in Greenwich Village where she watched Modern Dance pioneer Ruth St. Denis perform the Incense Dance. From that point onwards Guy developed a lifelong relationship with modern dance world, especially in the African- American context

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Ludovico Technique LLC of wardrobe

Ludovico Technique LLC was an art and entertainment production company which produces a variety of media, from feature films, to comic books. Their name comes from the Ludovico technique, a fictitious brainwashing technique from both the novel and the film A Clockwork Orange.

Robert Meyer Burnett, CEO of Ludovico Technique, both co-wrote and directed the feature film

Free Enterprise (film), which won both the "Best Screenplay" award and the "New Directions" award at the American Film Institute's 1998 AFI Fest.

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People of wardrobe

PoliticiansRobert Booth (MP for Bodmin) (c. 16991733), English MP

Robert Booth (MP for New Shoreham) (fl. 1601), English MP

Robert Booth (Australian politician) (18511901)

Robert Coulter Booth (18461918), Australian politicianOther peopleRobert Booth (actor), British actor in Confessions from a Holiday Camp and The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

Robert Booth (priest) (16621730), Dean of Bristol

Robert Booth (judge) (16261680), Lord Chief Justice of the King's Bench for Ireland

Robert Booth (rower) (born 1964), Australian rower

Bobby Booth (1890?), English footballer

Robbie Booth (born 1985), English footballer

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Talk to Me of wardrobe

Talk to Me is the fifth solo album by Joey McIntyre, a member of New Kids on the Block. The album consists of cover versions of classic songs previously recorded by Frank Sinatra and other singers. From December 19, 2006, to February 11, 2007, McIntyre went on the 38 city smash hit tour, Dancing with the Stars - The Tour performing "Come Dance With Me" with dancers and "The Way You Look Tonight" with the band. During the eight weeks tour, the album sold 10,000 copies

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Track listing of wardrobe

All tracks composed by David Was and Don Was; except where indicated.

"Are You Okay?" 4:28

"Papa Was a Rollin' Stone" (Barrett Strong, Norman Whitfield) 6:41

"I Feel Better Than James Brown" 4:45

"How the Heart Behaves" 5:35

"Maria Novarro" 3:27

"I Blew Up the United States" 3:51

"In K Mart Wardrobe" 4:16

"Elvis' Rolls Royce" 3:29

"Dressed to Be Killed" (Was, Was, G Love E) 4:13

"Just Another Couple Broken Hearts" 4:55

"You! You! You!" (Was, Was, Luis Resto) 3:28

"Look What's Back" 0:43

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Daylight Is Coming of wardrobe

Daylight Is Coming is the first non-independent album from Christian rock band Remedy Drive. The album was released on August 26, 2008, on Word Records. It peaked at No. 119 on the Billboard 200, and No. 5 on the Hot Christian Albums. On March 30, 2010, an "Extended Edition" of the album was released, with new artwork and three new tracks. The three new tracks were also organized into part of a Digital Download-only "The Daylight EP," with two additional, non-album tracks

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A focus on Australian Aborigines of wardrobe

A series of short films exploring themes of Aboriginal life in Australia in the 20th century:

The Change at Groote (1968), a film exploring how an isolated Aboriginal community (of Groote Eylandt in the Gulf of Carpentaria) coped with the discover of Manganese on their land.

The Islanders (1968), documenting the lives of the Torres Strait Islander people.

God Knows Why But It Works (1976); an Australian doctor strives to help the local Aboriginal population.

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Jacob Edwards (comedian) of wardrobe

Jacob Edwards (born 28 December 1977) is a British comedian, writer, comic actor and television host. He was a regular on BBC 3's Live at the Electric, appearing as the stand-up character Roger Show business.

Edwards hosted CTRL Freaks on London Live, the hidden camera prank series, where he took control of contestants' lives through their social media feeds. He is slated to appear in the feature film Burke & Hare, alongside Simon Pegg and Andy Serkis.

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Description of wardrobe

The woman portrayed is Elisabetta Gonzaga, wife of Duke Guidobaldo I of Urbino (the portrait is now exhibited at the Uffizi next to the latter's) and a woman of literary and artistic interests. Details include the black dress with applied trim in a patchwork pattern, and the scorpion-like ferronire on the woman's forehead. Her hairdo includes the coazzone, a long plait which is present also in a medal of her now at the British Museum.

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Release of wardrobe

The single was O'Neal's most successful song on both the US soul and pop charts. "Fake" went to number one on the Hot Black Singles chart for two weeks, and peaked at number twenty-five on the Hot 100. The single was also O'Neal's most successful single on the dance charts, peaking at number seven. It initially reached number thirty-three on the UK Singles Chart in 1987, but would reach a higher peak of number sixteen with the release of a remixed version in 1988

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Bishop of Exeter of wardrobe

While serving as bishop of Exeter, de Brantingham was petitioned by parishioners of "St. Tenion" (which, it has been suggested, may refer to Tinney Hall near Lewannick, Cornwall) in the peculiar jurisdiction of St German's, concerning a suit carried on by them for eighteen years against the Prior and Convent of St. German's about permission for them to have their own chaplain. The petitioners sought de Brantingham's intervention to settle the dispute, although his decision is now lost

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Film/TV projects. of wardrobe

He and a business friend option fictional material, books, short stories, with a view to develop and produce for the ever growing television market. They currently have two projects in development.

Recent recordings/narrations: Spitfire Paddy (Cowshed Media). TV documentary on the life of RAF air ace Wing Commander Brendan Finucane.

Big Week On The Farm. (RTE TV) 2017/18/19. All links.

The Colonel Who Couldn't Remember by Marc McDonald. Audiobook on Audible.

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Sren (band) of wardrobe

Sren is an Italian dark folk/new wave collective formed in 2013 by Matteo Gagliardi that employs musicians from all over the world. In 2017 they released their debut album Stargazing, quickly followed by a video single for the song Houses and a companion ep recorded live in 2018 titled Stargazing Live!. In April 2020 they released Bedtime Rituals, their second studio album. Their name is a tribute to the danish philosopher Sren Kierkegaard

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La donna gravida of wardrobe

La donna gravida (or simply La gravida; Italian for "The Pregnant Woman") is an oil on wood portrait by the Italian High Renaissance artist Raphael. It was painted between 1505 and 1506, during Raphael's stay in Florence, Italy. It is now in the Palazzo Pitti in Florence.

The portrait depicts a woman who is pregnant sitting with her left hand resting on her stomach. Paintings of pregnant women were unusual in the Renaissance period.

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