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While visiting Sheila has the idea of making Jane a debutante, an idea Jane resists.Difficulties range from Jane's apathy to being placed on the marriage block, the determined efforts of Sheila's cousin, Mabel Claremont, (Angela Lansbury) to win wealthy David Fenner (Peter Myers) for her debutante daughter Clarissa (Diane Clare), and Jane's attraction to David Parkson (John Saxon), an American drummer who plays in the orchestra at the coming-out balls.Graduate Student Internship Research performed by the Archaeometry Laboratory at MURR after August 2016 is supported by the National Science Foundation under our current grant number 1621158.Earlier research was supported by several NSF grants including the following: 1415403, 1110793, 8801707, 9102016, 9503035, 9802366, 9977237, 0102325, 0405042, 0504015, 0802757, 0922374, and 0802757.See full summary » Will Henderson is the new boy at the high school.He befriends outcast Melinda Grant, whose illegitimacy marks her and her unstable mother. See full summary » When Clementi Suborin is found murdered, his secretary recounts to the police the story of his rise from Czech refugee to ultra-rich New Yorker. See full summary » An ambitious barrister and his wife are targeted by blackmailers.This other David looks like and acts like Edgar Bergen's dummy Mortimer Snerd. With two young men with the same name you can just imagine all the fun of mistaken identity and misunderstandings. Between going to all the parties Rex and Kay have to keep their eye on Sandra, which makes for more fun then I can relate. A wonderfully hilarious comedy~ Don't miss this movie. Go buy it because you are going to want to see it over and over again.
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Included in the book is a chapter on regional pottery production and circulation that is based on the results of NAA performed at MURR. The Musei Capitolini has partnered with the University of Missouri's Archaeometry Laboratory and Department of Art History and Archaeology to curate and analyze a large collection of previously unstudied Roman artifacts.
Copies of the book will be available at the upcoming Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology in San Francisco. Student and faculty researchers at MU will have access to these materials for study and publication, and the artifacts themselves will be used for an upcoming exhibit at MU's Museum of Art History and Archaeology.