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an ugly, frightening old woman

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an ugly evil-looking old woman

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The penny I placed upon Crone's modest and weathered stele in early May was its first token of the season.
Crone said she would 'get her other half to sort them all out.'.
Although critics have read "An Old Woman's Tale" as an early Hawthornian exercise in creating a world "where vision and actual event are equally real" (Baym Shape 27)--that is, as an experiment with the meeting of Actual and Imaginary--the story is also a representation of taking up the knowledge and the business of the aged crone, as gleaned through memory, dream, and imagination.
For more information about CKR's Midwest expansion, or to inquire about opportunities with CKR, please contact Mark Crone at (212) 400-6900.
Karen Crone, of Glasgow, was banned for failing to keep records.
Tom Crone said he thought the claim that the practice was restricted to ex-royal editor Clive Goodman was "erroneous from the outset".
The media boss said he "disputed vigorously" the version of events put forward by former News of the World editor Colin Myler and News International legal chief Tom Crone, who say they made him aware of the contents of the famous "For Neville" email.
Mr Murdoch said he disputed vigorously claims from former editor Colin Myler and ex-legal manager Tom Crone that they informed him at a meeting in June 2008 of the significance of an email revealing the practice was more widespread.
Former NGN legal manager Tom Crone told the committee how he informed Mr Murdoch about the document in a 15-minute meeting, at which he authorised Mr Crone to reach a settlement with Mr Taylor, who was eventually paid Au425,000, the committee heard.
* CRONE (Oustaloup et al., 1998; Oustaloup et al., 2000; Melchior et al., 2001; CRONE Toolbox--Official Website, 2011): The popular frequency-domain based control approach inspired by the fractal robustness.
The company's moulding business has an emphasis on low volume production often used to prove a concept and make up the final stage in the design process before mass production, which managing director Dave Crone sees as key against competition from China.
Rainer Crone, a professor of art history, spent 10 years poring over some 14,000 negatives that the director of "A Clockwork Orange" snapped for the iconic picture magazine that stopped publishing in 1971.
Crone has joined the business development team at SAK Construction, a national pipeline rehabilitation and tunneling industries contractor headquartered in the St.
Patricia Crone's intention is to enhance the knowledge of researchers about Islamic political thought and to guide those who are new in this area.
Gary Crone, AFRC's director of strategic communication and chief architect of the Air Force Reserve vision document.