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|1948) Altogether the cost to the state of the monarchy is probably not less than |
two million pounds a year — as much ... Queen Elizabeth I (1533-1603) We live
in what virtually amounts to a museum — which does not happen to a lot of
|And the good Lord will forgive me: That's his. —CATHERINE THE GREAT We |
live in what virtually amounts to a museum — which does not happen to a lot of
people. —PHILIP, DUKE OF EDINBURC A Text... Render therefore to all their
|"We live in what virtually amounts to a museum — which does not happen to a lot |
of people," he's complained. Come to think of it, he could be a waxwork. Stick him
at Tussaud's, by the door. Charles? After a life as a professional tourist, he'd ...
|"We live in what virtually amounts to a museum," Prince Philip is reported to have |
told the British in 1964, "which does not happen to a lot of people." But it is
something which has happened to the English during most of their history.
Certainly it ...
|Against these topical values we can put the question of its quality. ... of the past |
are present, usable, meaningful, valuable for people — it's not on the basis of
topicality, but this more enduring, continuous aspect. ... It has to be done by live
people. ... Over recent years I've had the opportunity to discuss this problem with
graduate students in art history and virtually ... They're good archivists; they
command a certain amount of literature, but their training disposes them to a
certain narrow ...
|He suspected he would not win a battle with Lee. ... The people at the museum “|
knew” far more about the kouros than Thomas Hoving and Evelyn Harrison did. ...
We live in a world saturated with information. We have virtually unlimited
amounts of data at our fingertips at all times, and we're well versed in the
|Don't we all secretly harbor the idea that an escape like Gauguin's — with our |
own vision of his pleasure palace— awaits us somewhere, if we are ... Hiva Oa
was Gauguin's last stop, and things did not go well for him there. ... "Some people
do find Eden.. .but they are special people," contends New York Times art critic
Holland Cotter. .... For most of his adult life, Gauguin lived in day Tahitian woman
(left), and Gauguin's idealized version which he painted in 1901. virtual poverty.
|Disraeli, Benjamin We live in what virtually amounts to a museum -- which does |
not happen to a lot of people. - Edinburgh, Prince Philip, Duke of I have found it
impossible to carry the heavy burden of responsibility and to discharge my duties
|This, we need not observe, is charming discovery for the capitalists, especially in |
these hard times. ... they have only to live s if they made them, and lo ! their profits
rise xactly to meet their expenditure ! ... Our author very candidly observes, that
how- ver certain this fact may be, few people are ware of it ; and it is difficult to
make the vul- ar, ... three kingdoms does not praba- y exceed forty ; but this is a
trifle, for the icessary consequence, according to Dr. Chal- iers, of such a
|We take for granted such impressive feats as transporting 300 people over 1500 |
miles in a matter of hours. After all, we live in a time of unparalleled progress. ...
Recent research sug— gests that virtually all the additional leisure time gained
over the last 30 years has been ... In spite of this economic abundance, research
suggests that most people do not feel very good about their financial well—being.