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United States satirical novelist and literary critic (1912-1989)

United States politician who unscrupulously accused many citizens of being Communists (1908-1957)

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In 1910, Gill and Epstein collaborated on plans for what Gill called "a sort of twentieth-century Stonehenge" in Sussex, complete with nude figures, expressing their scheme for a new religion based on sun and phallus worship (Letters 32; MacCarthy 103).
Once the list of participants was confirmed and the subjects allotted, production of the work took place in the artist's studios with only email contact from MacCarthy.
They don't want the whole cake nor do they want to spend the extra money on it," MacCarthy says.
The two new chapters on Maud MacCarthy and John Foulds, the first and last, respectively, are among the strongest of the book.
Desmond MacCarthy remarked on Clive's affectation to the absent Molly (whose increasing deafness made her unable to participate in the Club she had founded).
Ms MacCarthy works as a paralegal within the commercial litigation and sports law teams at the Leamington solicitors and outside of work competes as a para-equestrian dressage rider.
MacCarthy attended North High School (formerly Classical High School) in Worcester, and Endicott College in Beverly, Massachusetts.
But while Dimbleby was primarily concerned with her ancestors' secret lives, MacCarthy contextualizes the rhetoric of this effusive correspondence (the artist sometimes wrote five letters a day to his lady love) and particularly its imagery of "medieval romance" within Burne-Jones's Pre-Raphaelite project and rejection of nineteenth-century materialism (412).
MacCarthy expertly uses a palette of greys, blues, greens, browns, silvers and purples to create a symphony of movement synthesised with the shape of the text as a fox goes in search of his evening meal.
As Ita MacCarthy notes in Women and the Making of Poetry in Ariosto's Furioso, "Nubile daughters, especially, were to be detained at home and under close surveillance, since the guarding of a daughter's chastity was the primary business of the Renaissance matriarch".
The US Senate must confirm Moniz's appointment as well as that of Gina MacCarthy whom Obama nominated to run the Environmental Protection Agency.
MacCarthy has made a sustained attempt to research Burne-Jones's early life and education; his expeditions to Italy in search of new models for his art; the extent to which the patronage of D.
Fiona MacCarthy, in her exhaustive and authoritative 629-page biography, notes how Burne-Jones' friend and mentor John Ruskin complained: 'I want to reckon you up and it's like counting clouds.
Cathal MacCarthy, writing in the Sunday Independent of Dublin, asked why the police didn't stop the guards from assaulting the first heckler.
MacCarthy, The Diocese of Lismore, 1801-1869, Maynooth Studies in Local History 81 (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2008, 64 pp.