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money given by a buyer to a seller to bind a contract

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Van Gogh experienced a fever of creativity during the 15 months that he spent in Arles in 1888-89, producing 200 paintings and drawings before shooting himself--or, as a recent biography claimed, being shot.
On display in Arles during July, the exhibition, "A New Documentary," will showcase the work of previous grant recipients Mads Nissen (Denmark, 2011) and Gustavo Jononovich (Argentina, 2012) and will also feature the finalists of the 2013 photography grant call for entries.
Arles was brought to a hospital but was declared dead on arrival by the attending physician.
Two, by Foy on Arles in southern France and Weinberg and Stern on Athens are similar in scope, being studies of finds, dating from the fifth century BC to AD 700 and the fifth century BC to the eighteenth century AD respectively, from two major urban settlements, while the third by Bass et al.
But, in a new book, two German academics argue that the row in Arles, southern France, in 1888 ended with Gauguin - a keen fencer - cutting his friend's ear off with his sword.
Through the deep Gorges of the Ardeche, the Camargue, and on through Provence to Avignon and Arles, nothing was too much trouble for the English-speaking staff.
Summary: Morocco will be the guest of honour at the Ecorismo 2009 Fair, an event dedicated to environment-friendly tourism, slated for March 17-18 in Arles (southern France).
It is believed to have been thrown into the Rhone in Arles after Caesar was assassinated by Brutus and Cassius, because no one wanted to be associated with him after he died.
An attempt to sum up his life, work, style and enormous influence in a short passage would be insufficient at best, thus this essay will focus on the artist's 15-month sojourn in Arles, in the Provence region of France, from February 1888 to May 1889.
Just as Arles in the south of France has Vincent Van Gogh, the old Durham coalfield has Tom McGuinness.
JEAN is an astonishing age, but still falls well short of Madame Jeanne Calment, from Arles in France, who has the most reliable claim to be the longest lived individual in the world in recent times.
Arles Dean Allen died at Ventura County Medical Center on Tuesday.
One artist who did join van Gogh in Arles was Paul Gauguin.
But where the spirit of the mythical Rencontres of the past really made itself felt was in what Arles veteran Corinne Mercadier dubbed the "Out" section (as opposed to the official "Off," initiated in 1979).
In Women from Arles in the Public Garden, the Mistral, Paul Gauguin attempts to capture the pious devotion of ordinary peasants as they go about their daily routine.