Synonyms for laurentis or Related words with laurentis

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Examples of "laurentis"
Thomas Schubert: "Wünschelrute", in: "Schläft ein Lied in allen Dingen — Drei Eichendorff-Lieder für mittlere Stimme und Klavier", [2007], Laurentis-Musikverlag (LMV), Frankfurt am Main 2008, p. 11.
MOND is not a relativistic theory, although relativistic theories which reduce to MOND have been proposed, such as tensor–vector–scalar gravity, scalar–tensor–vector gravity (STVG), and the f(R) theory of Capozziello and De Laurentis.
Producer Dino De Laurentis traveled to Ireland to ask Huston to direct "". Although De Laurentis had ambitions for a broader story, he realized that the subject could not be adequately covered and limited the story to the first half of the Book of Genesis. Huston enjoyed directing the film, as it gave him a chance to indulge his love of animals. Besides directing he also played the role of Noah and the voice of God. The film did poorly at the box office, however, and at a cost of 18 million dollars, it was the most expensive movie in his career. Huston likes describing details about the filming:
The show was nominated for two Daytime Emmy Awards in 2006, as well as in 2007. Giada de Laurentis won a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lifestyle Host, and the series won the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lifestyle Program in 2008.
After seeing "Rage & Glory", producer "Dino De Laurentis" convinced Nesher to come to Hollywood. Consequently, Nesher wrote and directed the sci-fi mystery "Timebomb" for MGM (produced by Rafaella De Laurentiis) and starring Michael Biehn. In 1993 he directed "Doppelganger" for 20th Century Fox, starring Drew Barrymore. Both films won prizes at the "Avoriaz Science Fiction and Fantasy Festival" in France.
The centre of historical town is oblong and it is edged by arcades. The Square of 1 May with its baroque Pillar of Trinity by Ambrož Laurentis from 1697, which is banked by seven statues of saints from years 1725–1732.
She appeared in the 2005 film "Mrs. Henderson Presents". The same year Halstead was cast in David Leland's "Virgin Territory" (originally titled "The Decameron") which was produced by Dino De Laurentis. In 2007 she appeared in the recurring role of Kelly Short on the British television series "Nearly Famous".
Created by Dick Wolf and Robert De Laurentis, the series starred Yancy Butler as Sgt. Eve Edison, a beautiful police officer who is also a sophisticated gynoid robot capable of learning and emotion. She is partnered with Det. Bobby Mann (David Andrews), a human officer who holds disdain for robots. Rounding out the regular cast was S. Epatha Merkerson as Capt. Claghorn, Mann and Edison's superior officer.
One of the lateral altars has three 17th-century statues depicting "St Francis of Assisi, St Apollonia, and St Lucy". The next altar has a statue of the "Immaculate Conception". The third altar on the right has a "Madonna delle Grazie with Saints Domenic and Charles" also by Paterno. The walls have an number of 17th-century canvases depicting "Franciscan Saints", a "Madonna", and a "Resurrection" (1626) by Attilio De Laurentis.
The St. Lawrence River was named by French explorers in the 18th century to honour the martyred Roman Christian, Saint Laurentis. In 1785 the first U.E. Loyalist to take up land in Brockville was William Buell Sr. (1751–1832), an ensign disbanded from the King's Rangers, from the state of New York. Residents commonly called the first settlement "Buell's Bay." Around 1810 government officials of Upper Canada designated the village as Elizabethtown.
Sergio Donati (born 13 April 1933) is an Italian screenwriter. He has written for more than 70 films since 1952. He was born in Rome, Italy. He started as a writer and had some of his books optioned for film. He is well known for his collaboration with Italian director Sergio Leone, who encouraged him to take up screenwriting as a full-time career and Italian producer Dino de Laurentis.
Barton G. has appeared in highly regarded publications such as Forbes, Haute Living, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Cond. Nast Business Traveler, Departures, Time, The Robb Report, and Zagat. It also has one of the most Instagramable menu’s in the world. The brand itself has also benefited from Barton’s high-profile social network and appearances on Top Chef, Giada De Laurentis’ show Behind the Bash, ABC’s Nightline, CNN, and NBC. Barton was also an inaugural member of Town and Country magazine’s Wedding Advisory Board.
Zamacona began working for television in 1984 as a writer for the second season of medical drama "St. Elsewhere". The series focused on the staff of a declining urban teaching hospital. It was created by Joshua Brand and John Falsey and developed by Mark Tinker and John Masius. He co-wrote the teleplay for the episode "Vanity" with Ray De Laurentis and John Tinker from a story by producer Tom Fontana. He returned as a writer for the third season and co-wrote the teleplay for the episode "Saving Face" with Norma Safford Vela from a story by Fontana.
Polanski's attorney told Polanski that "the judge could no longer be trusted..." that the judge's representations were "worthless". Polanski decided not to appear at his sentencing. He told his friend, director Dino De Laurentis, "I've made up my mind. I'm getting out of here." On the day before sentencing in 1978, Polanski left the country. As a French citizen, he has been protected from extradition and has lived mostly in France since then. However, since he fled the United States before final sentencing, the charges are still pending.
He was meant to direct "Midway" (1976) but was replaced by Jack Smight. His next job came from Dino De Laurentis who was looking for a director for his remake of "King Kong" (1976). He had been turned down by Steven Spielberg, Milos Forman, Roman Polanski and Sydney Pollack before going with Guillermin. "To me John Guillermin is a talent guy," said De Laurentis. "He is a strange character, but this don't mean anything to me. All directors are strange characters. Bergman is a strange character, Fellini is a strange character - all directors. He was very open to special effects. And then, he believe in the story; he believe in the love story. And if he believe in it, it works. Because John GuiIIermin believe in this fantastically human love story... Every director at one point jump from one category to another category. No director can be genius from first movie. You must give a chance when people are talented. And I recognize in John some quality. And he did it with KONG. He surprised you, surprised all critics."
Incorrect details of their landing ground had been given, possibly deliberately by a local faction, resulting in them arriving in the wrong location and all of the stores, apart from the wireless transmitters, but including his personal kit and 1 million lire which had been issued to him for the operation, were taken by the locals. The group of parachutists comprising Churchill, General Cadorna, Augusto De Laurentis (Liaison Officer to Milan Committee), and Sergeant Nicola Delle Monache (Wireless Operator), had great difficulty finding the proper reception committee and a few hours after reaching the safe house found their cover was blown and the SS had burnt down the safe house, and so they had to leave in great haste to avoid an SS search party which had been sent to look for them. After this, they were out of radio contact for about 20 hours.
Breaking away from the duo with her sister Liana, Garbi recorded her first solo song "Sain Trope" that quickly became a hit. Her official debut in discography came in 1987, when she appeared as one of the artists on a new compilation album called "Ta Deka Dekaria" alongside other new singers including Manto, Polina, Sophia Vossou and Laurentis Mahairitsas. In addition to "Sain Trope", contribution also included a duet with Kostas Haritodiplomenos titled "Glyka". With the success of the first album, the second volume was released in 1989 which featured Garbi in two new songs titled "Ah, Afto Mou Aresei" and "Zo Na S'Agapo". These early songs grabbed the attention of Greek music executives, and led her to her first record contract with CBS Records Greece, paving the way for her first studio album in 1989.
They then walked carrying their parachutes to the headquarters in Cividate Camuno, which proved to be an eight-hour march away. Churchill had twisted his ankle during the parachute landing on the steep terrain and took shelter in a farmhouse in Esine near Cividate Camuno for a few days to recuperate before climbing up a steep mountain path to a remote farm building above Esine, which was unlikely to be discovered by German patrols. De Laurentis went to Milan almost at once in order to reconnoitre, and about a fortnight later the ground was prepared sufficiently for General Cadorna to go to Milan also, and this was successfully arranged with the help of the Franchi organisation. Churchill remained with the Fiamme Verdi for about four weeks as it was considered unsafe for him to go too, but became convinced that nothing would be achieved unless he also went to Milan, and wrote to see whether this could be arranged. He received a reply from General Cadorna saying that under no circumstances should he go as conditions were far too difficult and dangerous, and suggested that if he went, he would probably last only a few hours. In the same post he received a letter from Edgardo Sogno saying that everything had been prepared for him to go to Milan and that he should come at once. Churchill decided to accept Sogno’s invitation and went on 14 September. During first seven days in Milan he had to change houses six times, though not entirely due to security reasons.