looking glass


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a mirror

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First, it's important to note that even though the Looking Glass add-on is installed on a user's browser, it is not active by default.
Looking Glass was founded in 1970 by a group of volunteers worried about runaway youth in Lane County.
Tickets for Regent Live cost PS5 and are available from The Looking Glass, Dr.
The mirror scheme greatly incorporates the Looking Glass theme with the reflected words and symmetries in the mirror.
Looking Glass Investments manages a series of proprietary fixed-income alternative investment strategies for accredited investors and institutions.
An exhibition is set to promote Scotland's place in history as the birthplace of the world's first comic - The Glasgow Looking Glass, published in 1825.
ANNA Wintour has a lot to answer for as chair of last week's annual New York Met Gala to mark the opening of the new exhibition, China: Through The Looking Glass (the ball is an invite-only fundraiser for the Metroplitan Museum, for which the minimum donation is [euro]25,000).
That is the experience that Camp Looking Glass offers Delta area children and young adults with disabilities.
THE infamous Jabberwocky is heading to Solihull in a production of Lewis Carroll's Through the Looking Glass.
SUZIE Sequin and special guests descend on Eric's later this month for The Looking Glass Burlesque.
since 1970, has named Looking Glass Communications, Inc.
As in Through the Looking Glass this poem contains Carroll's trademark portmanteau words, those with 'two meanings packed into one word'.
The company reports that the new package will include beers from their successful Looking Glass Series.
In Lewis Carroll's "Through the Looking Glass," the White Queen assured Alice that "it's a poor sort of memory that only works backwards.
When a media analyst like Friedman automatically expects someone in the spotlight to be shallow and unforthcoming and even chides them when they're not, you know we've stepped through the looking glass in the infotainment world.