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

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Though she cites its architectural references--the hills around Arles, the Roman ruins scattered throughout the city, and Vincent Van Gogh, who spent many years in the region--the building, Hoffmann says, is entirely new for the city.
To launch this special fragrance, the Provencebased L'Occitane held a grand affair graced by international media representatives in the town of Arles in the South of France.
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.
Arles was brought to a hospital but was declared dead on arrival by the attending physician.
La Vida de Cesareo de Arles fue escrita en los anos posteriores a su muerte (542) por algunos discipulos suyos: tres fueron obispos, el mas importante de los cuales fue Cipriano de Tolon, un presbitero y un diacono.
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).
In 1888 he moved to Arles in the South of France, painting there for 15 months.
In a low scoring Portlaoise tie the Westmeath champions edged out Arles to face Moorefield of Kildare in the last four.
Inmates at Arles prison in southern France, inundated by three feet of water, were evacuated yesterday, three days after floodwaters swamped the region.
Art historian Rita Wildegans makes the claim in her new book on the pair, who shared a flat in the southern French town of Arles as they struggled to make a living.
At Woodlands View Fishery on Bank Holiday Monday, Mick Denton (Image) topped the Arles and Deans Pools Open.
From early times Arles distinguished itself as a vital musical center.
A preoccupation with subtle transformations in scale resulted in converting a small alcove in the Bakalar gallery into a three-quarter-scale, black and white, diagrammatic, 3-D translation of van Gogh's Bedroom at Arles, 1888.
Principal battles: Arles (425); Ravenna (432); Arles (435); Narbonne (436); Mauriac (Catalaunian) Plain/Chalons-sur-Marne (451).