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Spanish painter (born in Greece) remembered for his religious works characterized by elongated human forms and dramatic use of color (1541-1614)

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When it came to developing the curriculum for The Montfort Academy, Richard Greco, Jr.
GRECO was established in 1999 by the Council of Europe to monitor states' compliance with the organisation's anti-corruption standards.
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Greco, who could not be reached for comment, was hired shortly before the 2004 convention and was unveiled at the event.
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The pictures were taken as Monroe relaxed at Lake Tahoe where Greco and Sinatra were performing.
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I approach this painting imagining El Greco balancing the many aspects of his life and this commission.
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Michael Greco walked away with pounds 100,000 following the climax of the third round of the Grosvenor Poker Tour at the Red Dragon Centre, Cardiff Bay, during the early hours today.
In the company's latest dance work, Italian choreographer Greco and Dutch theater director Pieter C.
Especially now, when society is fragile," Greco says.
He worked at Yellow Pages Integrated Media Association from 2000 to '03, He then cofounded Greco Enterprises, a holding company with a marketing services firm and a real estate and management firm.
My favorite skaters are Ali Boulala, Tony Trujillo, Jim Greco (the wannabe), Andrew Reynolds, Geoff Rowley and all that bunch.
Prior to the Sydney Games in 2000, Gardner had carved out an impressive historical niche by becoming the first American Greco competitor to win Cuba's Granma Cup, a feat he accomplished three times.