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... plus years old for the most part. It took us a moment to work out why this was so. It's not just the cleanliness of the buildings and streets, though this helps of course, it's because Urbino sits on a hill, and is alternately washed by the rain (and snow) and polished by the bright summer sun. Plus, there are few cars, and fewer chimneys, so there is little or no air pollution. Once you realise this, it is ...
... to meet 3 hours later in our favourite bar, this way Joy isn't worrying about Michael being bored and Michael doesn't have to hang around in the cold waiting, then in we wandered....first room, quick glance quick chat and move into 2nd room......there we parted company.....a room full of Joys boyfriends!!! She stayed to make notes and drool, Michael moved on. This room contained paintings by Orazio Gentileschi, Guercino, Jusepe de Ribera, Lanfranco, Reni ...
... five minutes to spare, and with hardly any hangover, though a little bleary eyed and furry tongued. About eleven we wrapped up to brave the weather and continue our exploration of Urbino. We found our initial view was right: it is not flat. But it is very beautiful. Every single street goes up or down, often quite steeply, and many of them have great views as we hope you will see from the photos. Wait till we get back and you see the full slide show! ...
... the Henry VI plays.
In his 2008 edition of the play for the Oxford Shakespeare, Roger Warren, following E.A.J. Honigmann, suggests Shakespeare may have written the play prior to his arrival in London, possibly as early as 1587, although he acknowledges this theory is purely speculative.
The Taming of the Shrew (1590-1591)
1596 second quarto of A Shrew
First official record: possible version of the play entered into ...
... in which the status of a person, including marital status, is determined in large measure by the individual states. Prior to 1996, the federal government did not define marriage; any marriage recognized by a state was recognized by the federal government, even if that marriage was not recognized by one or more states, as was the case until 1967 with interracial marriage which some states banned by statute.
The Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) ...