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Definitions

  1. Joyce is a professional, tested Psychic and Astrologer with 39 years experience. (Web site)
  2. Joyce was executed on January 3, 1946, at Wandsworth Prison, aged 39; the hangman was Albert Pierrepoint.
  3. Joyce is also known for Dubliners, for A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, and Ulysses. (Web site)
  4. Joyce is mentioned frequently in Dick’s stories and novels, but the most extensive allusion is found in The Divine Invasion.
  5. Joyce was returned to England and tried for treason in a three-day London jury trial in September 1945.

Month

  1. A mercurial dancer who treads the line between eccentric dancing and rubbery clowning, Philippe Decoufle is dancing solos at The Joyce this month.

Black

  1. This is where his career as a photographer began, and where James Joyce, Gertrude Stein, Jean Cocteau and the others filed in and posed in black and white.

Green

  1. Having no middle name, Green and his mother, Joyce, created Austin.

Inspiration

  1. Barnes considered Joyce a great writer and a source of inspiration, but unlike many other Paris expatriates, she was not overawed by him.
  2. It is an unorthodox view of history that became the source of inspiration to a diverse group of scholars such as Karl Marx, James Joyce and Marshall McLuhan.

Alvin Ailey

  1. From the City Center to the Joyce is a matter of 30-odd blocks, but from Alvin Ailey to Merce Cunningham is a leap across galaxies.

Meter Freestyle

  1. In her individual events, Joyce finished fifth in both the 50 meter freestyle and 100 meter freestyle races. (Web site)

Owais Shah

  1. Joyce replaced Owais Shah as acting county captain midway through the 2004 season, but was not appointed for the 2005 season. (Web site)

Joyce Trisler

  1. The influential Horton influenced an entire generation of dancers and choreographers including Alvin Ailey, Bella Lewitzky, and Joyce Trisler. (Web site)

Amery

  1. Amery and Cooper were tried for high treason alongside William Joyce (also known as "Lord Haw Haw") and Walter Purdy, and sentenced to death.

Guitarist Joyce Cooling

  1. She has become an inspiration to other female instrumentalists, including guitarist Joyce Cooling and saxophonists Pamela Williams and Mindi Abair.

Buzzcocks

  1. The junior members Rourke and Joyce initially appeared with Brix Smith's Adult Net and backed Sinéad O'Connor, before Joyce joined the Buzzcocks.

Yeats

  1. Pound also had a profound influence on the Irish writers W. B. Yeats and James Joyce. (Web site)
  2. All the great Irish writers, particularly Joyce and Yeats have influenced me deeply.

Day James Joyce

  1. This is also the day James Joyce uses in Ulysses, who mentions the General Slocum disaster repeatedly within this book.

Mother Joyce

  1. Her mother Joyce is a former singer (she was signed to Motown as a teenager and opened for Stevie Wonder and Al Green) and is now her stylist.

Ed Joyce

  1. But the contributions of Owais Shah and Ed Joyce were contrasting, which gave some indication of how the two players feel about their winter rewards. (Web site)

Mike Joyce

  1. It's a good job that Mike Joyce is a fan of my music, so he sees the funny side.

Michael Joyce

  1. Agassi, who is twenty-five, is kind of Michael Joyce’s hero. (Web site)

Joyce Carol Oates

  1. Joyce Carol Oates wrote a loosely biographical short story of the last days of Hemingway called Papa at Ketchum, 1961 in her 2008 book Wild Nights.
  2. In George Bellows: American Artist, Joyce Carol Oates explores his life and work from the perspective of a writer and admirer.

Joyce Hatto

  1. Born in 1928, the pianist, Joyce Hatto, was the daughter of a music-loving London antiques dealer. (Web site)

Lawrence

  1. He was a prominent critic, writing acclaimed studies of classic writers such as William Shakespeare, James Joyce, D. H. Lawrence and Ernest Hemingway. (Web site)

Professional

  1. Michael Joyce (born February 1, 1973 in Santa Monica, California) is a former tennis player from the United States, who turned professional in 1991.

Saturday Night

  1. Michael Joyce’s second qualifying round is at 7:30 on Saturday night. (Web site)

Psychic

  1. The Seventh Sign - Joyce is a professional, tested Psychic and Astrologer with 39 years experience.

Works

  1. Also reading from other works by Joyce are three accomplished performers: Cyril Cusack, Siobhan McKenna, and E.G. Marshall. (Web site)
  2. Reflections of the 1960s experience also found roots in the literature of the decade through the works of Joyce Carol Oates and Morris Wright. (Web site)

Poetry

  1. Both Joyce and Smith have published considerable bodies of poetry in their own right. (Web site)
  2. Poetry of Joyce Kilmer, full-text; poetry of Joyce Kilmer, at everypoet.com.

Photographs

  1. She continued to take portraits until leaving Paris in 1929, such as that of James Joyce (1927; see Berenice Abbott: Photographs, p. (Web site)

Artist

  1. He was interviewed on Tribute To Edward Gorey, an hourlong community cable television show produced by artist and friend Joyce Kenney. (Web site)
  2. Artist on fire: Joyce Wieland [motion picture].
  3. Joyce Ballantyne Brand, the artist who created the bare-bottomed Coppertone Girl who came to be regarded as a piece of commercial Americana, has died.

Georgia

  1. Georgia has won every 200 free relay since 2002; last year's championship team at Texas A&M was comprised of Joyce, Neika Mabry, Kearns and Georoff.
  2. Olympian Kara Lynn Joyce of Georgia broke the SEC mark in the womens 50, winning in 21.91.

Published

  1. At his 47th birthday party at the Jolases' home, Joyce revealed the final title of the work and Finnegans Wake was published in book form on 4 May 1939. (Web site)
  2. Stoker may well have read the legend of Abhartach in another History of Ireland, written by Patrick Weston Joyce and published in 1880. (Web site)

Publication

  1. Not unexpectedly, Finnegans Wake was not well received by the reading public, and Joyce was forced to seek financial help from friends after its publication. (Web site)
  2. The publication was hailed as a "genuine literary event" by Joyce Carol Oates.

English

  1. James Joyce 's work Finnegans Wake preserves something of the spirit of Hiberno-Latin in English. (Web site)
  2. During Late 1939 and early 1940, while his British Passport was still valid, William Joyce made several radio broadcasts in English. (Web site)

Target

  1. Joyce later said that he aided the Black and Tans during the Irish War for Independence and became a target of the Irish Republican Army.

Athens

  1. Joyce has won four silver medals in the Olympics, two in Athens and two in Beijing. (Web site)
  2. Kara Lynn Joyce (Athens, Ga,.) and Nathan Adrian (Bremerton, Wash.) won the women's and men's 50m freestyle, respectively.

Kind

  1. Joyce & Jerry Wilson were so kind to open their home to us Saturday Night.
  2. When James Joyce uses the phrase "the snot-green sea" he is playing on Homer's familiar epithet "the wine-dark sea" with a kind of mock-epithet.
  3. Zombie by Joyce Carol Oates is a rather potent little psychodrama, and it's the kind of writing Oates excels at.

Story

  1. It is the story of the growth and education of Stephen Dedalus, an alter ego for Joyce named after the Grecian mythological craftsman Daedalus.
  2. For example, the narrator of Joyce's "Araby" is not James Joyce himself, but a literary fictional character created expressly to tell the story. (Web site)
  3. There are anecdotes about other famous writing coaches, such as the story of a short novel that goes from coach Maxine Kumin to Joyce Carol Oates. (Web site)

Paris

  1. W. G. Rogers tells us, Eugene Jolas later brought back word from Paris that Joyce was amused at the unique wake and pleased with the photographs. (Web site)

Soldiers

  1. Many of the soldiers were subsequently killed in action, including Joyce Kilmer, whose "L'Envoi" is included in the book.

June

  1. In June 2005, Mr. Joyce generously donated $10 million towards the construction of a new sports stadium at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario.
  2. Joyce Wieland (June 30, 1931 – June 27, 1998) was a Canadian experimental filmmaker and mixed media artist.

September

  1. Joyce Brothers (born September 20, 1925) is an American psychologist and advice columnist, publishing a daily syndicated newspaper column since 1960.
  2. Shawcross also prosecuted William Joyce for high treason in September, 1945. (Web site)

Daughter

  1. Joyce seems to have inherited her mother's flair for sewing after making the wedding dress for her only daughter, Angela.
  2. Alice Joyce was married three times, the first time in 1914 to actor Tom Moore with whom she had a daughter, Alice.
  3. Lydia is survived by a daughter, Joyce Cheng, from her marriage to Hong Kong actor-singer Adam Cheng.

Couple

  1. Joyce had the weekends and a couple of additional days off, so certainly we saw all the island had to offer.
  2. It was a spin-off of Man About the House and starred Brian Murphy and Yootha Joyce as an ill-matched married couple, George and Mildred Roper.

London

  1. Cary was educated at Westminster School in London, England and is the son of a pianist and the novelist, Joyce Cary, author of Mister Johnson.
  2. Margaret Joyce died in Soho, London in 1972, reportedly from alcohol abuse. (Web site)

University

  1. Dominic Joyce is a British mathematician, currently a professor at the University of Oxford and a fellow of Lincoln College.

Fall

  1. After recording several demo tapes with the drummer from The Fall, Simon Wolstencroft, they recruited drummer Mike Joyce in the autumn of 1982.

Concept

  1. Joyce (1990) argues, along Weberian lines, that nineteenth century British society is best understood using the concept of status rather than class.

Comments

  1. Sign on to the Swimming World Facebook Fan Page on Thursday and leave questions and comments for Joyce under the Kara Lynn Joyce interview thread. (Web site)
  2. Gerald Joyce provided comments to the author on earlier versions of the manuscript and edited the final version, which was submitted posthumously.

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