Luis Bunuel

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Spanish film director (1900-1983)


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Gathering huge crowds, these events not only host cosplayers like Bunel and readers like Saint-Jean, but also gamers, Japanese food lovers, and so on.
Not only do we have a date code, we also have the initials of the painter who decorated the plate, Marie-Jeanne Barbe Bunel, who worked for the factory between 1778 and 1816 and is known for painting these small flowers as well as flower bouquets.
The Spanish director, Luis Bunel (1900-1983), utilized the theories of naturalism, consciously or unconsciously, in many of his movies but particularly in his epic film Los Olvidados ((1952), in which he portrayed the predestined plight of the protagonists living in squalor and misery in the country of Mexico.
Toutefois, comine le souligne a juste titre Bunel (1996), "quand l'Etat se retire, l'action collective et organisee des syndicats de salaries s'affaiblit, [.
Las fuentes de analisis, procedentes de inventarios y documentos de la epoca, aluden a cajas y arcones donde frecuentemente iba amontonada la mercancia al modo de como se representa en la pintura de Franqois Bunel II, A dealer's shop (ca.
By the same token, Major Pierre Bunel, who was working at the NATO headquarters in Brussels as chief of staff to France's top military representative, confessed in his meeting with French investigators that he had passed sensitive information to Belgrade about the details of the NATO plans for punitive air strikes against Serb military targets.
Evocando a su compinche Luis Bunel -un director ateo obsesionado con el catolicismo-, Carriere contesto airado que las religiones eran solo mitos, y que hablaba de espiritualidad para referirse a la actividad del alma.
With: Laetitia Casta, Guillaume Canet, Kad Merad, Gerard Jugnot, Francois Morel, Marie Bunel, Jean Texier, Clement Godefroy, Theophile Baquet, Loins Dussol, Harols Werner; Nathan Parent, Ilona Bachelier, Thomas Goldberg.
Trading races: Joseph and Marie Bunel, a diplomat and a merchant in revolutionary Saint-Domingue and Philadelphia.
Molecular markers are co-dominant, specific and highly variable, rendering them highly suitable to study diversity in supposedly related populations or cultivars (Duval and Bunel, 2005).
While busy with a crossword puzzle, pointedly stuck on the word 'happiness', a man/Jacques Gamblin is introduced who has been spotted watching the house from the garden, and leaves his cellphone number for Inspector Bellamy with his wife Francoise/Marie Bunel.
A few lots after Vezara, it was the turn of Windya, another mare from the Aga Khan Studs who created interest when selling to Herve Bunel of FIPS Agency for EUR36,000.
Bunel (1994) "El sindicalismo sometido a la prueba de la flexibilidad", F.
BUNEL, Jean 2000 "Nationalismes et syndicalismes en Espagne", en Revue de l'IRES, pags.
Lecamp, L, Youssef, B, Bunel, C, Lebaudy, P, "Photoinitiated Polymerization of a Dimethacrylate Oligomer: 2.