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The celebrator had climbed a fence at the London home of Martin, who shares it with wife Gwyneth Paltrow and their two children.
as Ayinger, offers Celebrator, the classic example of the malty double bock, or doppelbock lager.
A wonderful look at creative ways to cherish the holiday, "Festival of Lights" is a must-have for any celebrator who wants to do something different.
Just as people are tired of holiday beers, along comes the deep tonic of doppelbocks such as Ayinger Celebrator, Spaten Optimator, Samuel Adams Double Bock and the patriarch, Paulaner Salvator Double Bock.
Motivational speaker Giovanni Livera is a celebrator of human spirit and potential--a creator of meaningful experiences who transforms companies and peoples' lives through the understanding that anything is possible.
In March, Celebrator Beer News, a microbrew trade magazine, anointed Dale's Pale Ale "Top Industry Story of the Year.
Essentially an urban poet, an explorer of New York City, (3) a lover of Jewish history and the Jewish textual tradition, a celebrator of American Emersonian self-reliance and self-creation, an advocate of "Torah over terrain," Charles Reznikoff, who never visited Israel, who wrote in English rather than the Yiddish of his childhood, and who spoke no Hebrew, espoused no ideology, joined no religious or communal groups, but who certainly wrote deeply Jewish-American poetry, is for Ranen Omer-Sherman the Diasporist par excellence.
Dan Bellm, a poet new to me but the author of several previous books, is the clearest celebrator of urban life.
Stanton and Miss Anthony have thought about the seemliness of this young celebrator of female "promiscuities" explaining the principle on which the hard-won women's ballot is to be cast in the next presidential election?
A devoted family person who relished the December academic break as an opportunity to be with his family at a rural Wisconsin getaway, he was a consistent murmurer about the dates of meetings during the week between Christmas and New Year's and a celebrator of the January schedule adopted in recent years.
Hadda repeatedly stresses the metamorphosis that Singer underwent from his early years as Yitskhok Bashevis, "the worldly-wise and sharp-witted gadfly" (140), who borrowed his mother's name to distance himself from his conservative father and successful elder brother Israel Joshua, to Isaac Bashevis Singer, the (supposedly) nostalgic celebrator of pious yidishkayt and the lost world of the shtetl.
Fowles recoilingly implores novelists and poets to steer clear of universities: "One doesn't apprentice a would-be celebrator of life to a college of morticians.
Reflexive sociology has emerged as sociology, itself a product of and earlier celebrator of modernity, comes face to face with postmodernity.