Half a Moustache

Half a Moustache

Author: Ted Key

Publisher:

ISBN: OCLC:62074850

Category: Cartoonists

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Categories: Cartoonists

Half a Moustache

Half a Moustache

Author: Ted Key

Publisher:

ISBN: OCLC:505564817

Category: Cartoonists

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Categories: Cartoonists

Half A Moustache

Half A Moustache

Gregg is a freelance writer living in Toledo, Ohio.

Author: Gregg Stambaugh

Publisher:

ISBN: 109784157X

Category:

Page: 222

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Gregg is a freelance writer living in Toledo, Ohio. He has been married to his darling wife for 45 years. They have 2 wonderful daughters and 2 fantastic sons in law. They have been blessed with two grandsons and three granddaughters. Gregg enjoys shooting pool, relaxing with a good book, golfing and eating.
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The Little Book of Moustaches

The Little Book of Moustaches

Dust off your Dali and hake out your Selleck, the ’tache is back.

Author: Rufus Cavendish

Publisher: Summersdale Publishers LTD - ROW

ISBN: 9780857659835

Category: Humor

Page: 96

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Dust off your Dali and hake out your Selleck, the ’tache is back. This impeccably turned-out little guide to the world’s most famous upper-lip embellishments will teach you how to groom, craft, style and quote your way to Moustache Greatness.
Categories: Humor

THE PHANTOM OF RAYMOND VILLA The KOOL 5 Mystery Series

THE PHANTOM OF RAYMOND VILLA   The KOOL 5 Mystery Series

Unknownto therest of the world, Lakhwinder Utthuppa Kanwaljeet Iyer was hiding in the deserted basementof building no.1, tryingto pull off the fake moustache stuck onhisface. Halfa moustache actually! The other half wasin hishands.

Author: SONU DABRAL

Publisher: One Point Six Technology Pvt Ltd

ISBN: 9789381115817

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 230

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Sale of souls, the name itself suggests a serious and important story–Deccan Chronicle.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Two Solitudes

Two Solitudes

“Well, this nigger had the biggest moustache I ever saw. ... “But negroes don't have moustaches, Captain Yardley. ... up to stand his watch. feeling around to untie the knot, he found he had only half a moustache and he let out a yell.

Author: Hugh Maclennan

Publisher: New Canadian Library

ISBN: 9781551992808

Category: Fiction

Page: 304

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First time in the New Canadian Library “Northwest of Montreal, through a valley always in sight of the low mountains of the Laurentian Shield, the Ottawa River flows out of Protestant Ontario into Catholic Quebec. It comes down broad and ale-coloured and joins the Saint Lawrence, the two streams embrace the pan of Montreal Island, the Ottawa merges and loses itself, and the main-stream moves northeastward a thousand miles to sea.” With these words Hugh MacLennan begins his powerful saga of Athanase Tallard, the son of an aristo-cratic French-Canadian tradition, of Kathleen, his beautiful Irish wife, and of their son Paul, who struggles to establish a balance in himself and in the country he calls home. First published in 1945, and set mostly in the time of the First World War, Two Solitudes is a classic novel of individuals working out the latest stage in their embroiled history.
Categories: Fiction

The Cultural Encyclopedia of Baseball 2d ed

The Cultural Encyclopedia of Baseball  2d ed

Half-and-Half. Pitcher Bill Caudill once came out of the dugout in a lopsided game with half his beard shaved o›. Fu Manchu Cult. During ¡992 a number of players began sporting fu manchu moustaches and goatees: most prominent were Mark ...

Author: Jonathan Fraser Light

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 9781476617442

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 1112

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More than any other sport, baseball has developed its own niche in America’s culture and psyche. Some researchers spend years on detailed statistical analyses of minute parts of the game, while others wax poetic about its players and plays. Many trace the beginnings of the civil rights movement in part to the Major Leagues’ decision to integrate, and the words and phrases of the game (for example, pinch-hitter and out in left field) have become common in our everyday language. From AARON, HENRY onward, this book covers all of what might be called the cultural aspects of baseball (as opposed to the number-rich statistical information so widely available elsewhere). Biographical sketches of all Hall of Fame players, owners, executives and umpires, as well as many of the sportswriters and broadcasters who have won the Spink and Frick awards, join entries for teams, owners, commissioners and league presidents. Advertising, agents, drafts, illegal substances, minor leagues, oldest players, perfect games, retired uniform numbers, superstitions, tripleheaders, and youngest players are among the thousands of entries herein. Most entries open with a topical quote and conclude with a brief bibliography of sources for further research. The whole work is exhaustively indexed and includes 119 photographs.
Categories: Sports & Recreation

Beard Fetish in Early Modern England

Beard Fetish in Early Modern England

Providing detailed discussions of not only bearded men but also beardless boys, bearded women, and half-bearded hermaphrodites, author Mark Albert Johnston argues that attending closely to early modern English culture's treatment of the ...

Author: Mark Albert Johnston

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317175926

Category: Social Science

Page: 312

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Focusing on representations of beards in English Renaissance culture, this study elucidates how fetish objects validate ideological systems of power by materializing complex value in multiple registers. Providing detailed discussions of not only bearded men but also beardless boys, bearded women, and half-bearded hermaphrodites, author Mark Albert Johnston argues that attending closely to early modern English culture's treatment of the beard as a fetish object ultimately exposes the contingency of categories like sex, gender, age, race, and sexuality. Johnston mines a diverse cross-section of contemporary discourses -- adult and children’s drama, narrative verse and prose, popular ballads, epigrams and proverbs, historical accounts, pamphlet literature, diaries, letters, wills, court records and legal documents, medical and surgical manuals, lectures, sermons, almanacs, and calendars -- in order to provide proof for his cultural claims. Johnston’s evidence invokes some of the period’s most famous voices -- William Shakespeare, Ben Jonson, John Lyly, Phillip Stubbes, John Marston, George Chapman, Thomas Dekker, Thomas Middleton, and Samuel Pepys, for example -- but Johnston also introduces us to an array of lesser-known Renaissance authors and playwrights whose works support the notion that the beard was a palimpsestic site of contested meaning at which complex and contradictory values clash and converge. Johnston’s reading of Marxist, Freudian, and anthropological theories of the fetish phenomenon acknowledges their divergent emphases -- erotic, economic, racial and religious -- while suggesting that the imbrication of diverse registers that fetish accomplishes facilitates its cultural and psychic naturalizing function.
Categories: Social Science