Three images of the innards of historic globes
are extraordinary: the inside of a sixteenth-century globe
is pasted with pages from a contemporary book as are two others from later centuries.
At the summit, Green Globe
Certification is also offering accreditation training to allow qualified individuals to become independent auditors for Green Globe
From mid-June through the first of October, Shakespeare positively takes over the Globe
Lawrence Martin, writing in the Globe
and Mail September 4, 2003: "These Liberals are the masters of malfeasance.
voters have honored many gay-and lesbian-themed films that lost out on Oscars.
There are, to be sure, in this collection measured and highly intelligent suggestions about the Globe
reconstruction and how it might be used to tell us something of Elizabethan and Jacobean theatrical experience.
Lewis was a general editor for the Globe
and had been the National Enquirer's star reporter during the Simpson case in Los Angeles.
The trial court held there was privity because the accountants performed internal accounting services for Globe
Along with the introduction of its Flocasting process, Globe
recently added to an already impressive stable of specialized foundry products.
Kimmes, Interim President of Green Globe
Capital Partners, further stated, "China is sincerely interested in addressing its environmental footprint both as a nation and also as member of the global community, and we look forward to introducing our Green Globe
Baseline product into the China market now that our trademark protection has been secured.
Again, he did not say, but for the Globe
& Mail, and writers Gloria Galloway and Jeffrey Simpson, any influence from "religious conservatives" seems too much.
Parker, wearing a couture Chanel gray chiffon gown, was blown away by her best actress Globe
win but couldn't help feeling sad.