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traje de passeio and terno de negócio.
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terno, terno de roupas, terno de roupa, bem vestido pessoa, terno, calças de terno, terninho, pessoa bem vestida, terno das calças, pantsuit, terno de calça, and terno de três peças.
Many years have passed since I first saw "MIDDLEMARCH", the 1994 BBC adaptation of George Eliot's 1871 novel. Many years. I recalled enjoying it . . . somewhat. But it had failed to leave any kind of impression upon me. Let me revise that. At least two performances left an impression upon me. But after watching the miniseries for the segundo time, after so many years, I now realize I should have paid closer attention to the production.
Directed por Anthony Page and adapted for televisão por Andrew Davies, "MIDDLEMARCH" told the story about a fictitious Midlands town...
Years ago, I used to watch a great deal of old filmes on late night television. My two favorito channels that offered these filmes were Turner Network televisão (TNT) and the American filmes Classic (AMC), which used to air filmes without any commercial breaks. On TNT, I had stumbled across a Western movie originally released por MGM Studios in 1953 called "ESCAPE FROM FORT BRAVO" (1953) and fell in amor with it. After watching my recently purchased DVD copy of the movie, I could see why it became a favorito of mine.
Back in 1982, the BBC turned to 19th century author Anthony Trollope for a seven-part miniseries called ”THE BARCHESTER CHRONICLES”. The miniseries was based upon the author’s first two Barchester novels about the Church of England.
Directed por David Giles and written por Alan Plater, ”THE BARCHESTER CHRONICLES” is an adaptation of ”The Warden” (1855) and ”Barchester Towers” (1857). The novels focused upon the the dealings and social maneuverings of the clergy and gentry literature concern the dealings of the clergy and the gentry that...