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Quin quiere ser millonario? of wardrobe

Quin Quiere ser Millonario? (English translation: Who Wants to be a Millionaire?) was a Venezuelan game show based on the British format of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?. The show offered large cash prizes for correctly answering a series of randomized multiple-choice questions of varying difficulties. It was hosted by Eladio Lrez, and broadcast from the Teatro La Campina.

It was labeled by the Venezuelan press and critics as the best and most popular game show in the country, though the format is repeated in other Latin American countries.


List of prominent Byzantine holders of wardrobe

Justin II, under his uncle Emperor Justinian I (r. 527565).

Baduarius, under his father-in-law Emperor Justin II (r. 565578).

Peter, the brother of Emperor Maurice (r. 582602).

Domentziolus, the nephew of Emperor Phocas (r. 602610).

Theodore, brother of Emperor Heraclius (r. 610641).

Artabasdos, under Emperor Leo III the Isaurian (r. 717741).

Michael I Rangabe, the son-in-law of Emperor Nikephoros I (r. 802811).

Bardas, uncle and effective regent for Emperor Michael III (r. 842867).

Leo Phokas, general and brother of Emperor Nikephoros II Phokas (r. 963969).


The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian of wardrobe

The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) is the soundtrack to the 2008 high fantasy film The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian. Harry Gregson-Williams composed the soundtrack which was released on May 13, 2008 in the United States by Walt Disney Records.

It has been praised by critics for being "darker" and "more grown up" than the previous soundtrack but criticized for reusing many of the themes from the first film.


Going Out with Alan Carr of wardrobe

Going Out with Alan Carr was the incarnation of the Saturday evening show on BBC Radio 2 between 25 April 2009 and 31 March 2012, produced by Open Mike Productions, which also produced Carr's tv series Chatty Man. It was hosted by British comedian Alan Carr, first with Emma Forbes, and then with Melanie Sykes. The final show was broadcast on 31 March 2012, after Carr announced his departure from the network earlier that month, stating that he wanted to reclaim his weekends. They were replaced by Liza Tarbuck on 12 May that year, who remains in the slot today.


Isabel de Verdun, Baroness Ferrers of Groby of wardrobe

Isabel de Verdun, Baroness Ferrers of Groby (21 March 1317 25 July 1349) was an heiress, who was related to the English royal family as the eldest daughter of Elizabeth de Clare, herself a granddaughter of King Edward I of England. When she was a child, Isabel was imprisoned in Barking Abbey, along with her mother and half-sister, after her stepfather had joined the Earl of Lancaster's ill-fated rebellion against King Edward II. Her husband was Henry Ferrers, 2nd Baron Ferrers of Groby.



Australian Film Institute International Award for Excellence in Filmmaking of wardrobe

The Australian Film Institute International Award for Excellence in Filmmaking was a special award presented by the Australian Film Institute (AFI) "in recognition of any area of achievement (excluding performance) by an Australian in films produced internationally, recognising the contribution of Australian film and television industry practitioners worldwide." It was handed out at the Australian Film Institute Awards (known commonly as the AFI Awards), which are now the AACTA Awards after the establishment of the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA), by the AFI. The award was presented in 2001 as a special achievement award before it was made into a competitive award in 2006, but from 2007-2009 it was only handed out as a career based award "acknowledging the continued contribution of an Australian practitioner to international productions", and not for a particular film.



Ali I of Yejju of wardrobe

Ali I of Yejju (died 18 June 1788) was a Ras of Begemder, and following the death of Ras Mikael Sehul, Regent of the Emperor of Ethiopia. He was the son of Abba Seru Gwangul, chieftain of the Yejju, and Woizero Gelebu Faris, daughter of Ras Faris of Lasta.

According to Abir, he founded the town of Debre Tabor, which became the capital of his dynasty. However, from the accounts in the Royal chronicle Ali is never mentioned as dwelling at Debre Tabor, instead he is more closely tied to Filakit Gereger (called Garagara in the Royal chronicle).


Richard Mason (film producer) of wardrobe

Richard Mason (19262002) was a film producer and director. He died in Sydney on 22 November 2002 in Sydney. He was born on the South Coast of New South Wales, the son of a parson. During the second world war he guarded Italian Prisoners of War.

After the war he joined Sydney's Mercury Theater as an actor, co-starring in Molire's "The Imaginary Invalid". However, he soon moved to film, starting as a wardrobe assistant for Eureka Stockade (1949 film), then as an assistant at the Colorfilm lab, then joining the Commonwealth Film Unit (now Screen Australia).

He remained with the Commonwealth Film Unit, which then became Film Australia, for many years until resigning in 1978 over the Australian government's political censorship of The Unknown Industrial Prisoner.

Once independent, he produced Winter of Our Dreams (1981), Far East (film) (1982), and One Night Stand (1984 film).


James Hamilton, 4th Duke of Hamilton of wardrobe

Lieutenant General James Hamilton, 4th Duke of Hamilton and 1st Duke of Brandon KG KT (11 April 1658 15 November 1712) was a

Scottish nobleman, the Premier Peer of Scotland, and Keeper of the Palace of Holyroodhouse. He was a Master of the Great Wardrobe, Master-General of the Ordnance, Ambassador, and Colonel-in-Chief of his regiment. Hamilton was a major investor in the failed Darien Scheme, which cost many of Scotland's ruling class their fortunes, and he played a leading role in the events leading up to the Act of Union in 1707. He died on 15 November 1712 as the result of a celebrated duel in Hyde Park, Westminster, with Charles Mohun, 4th Baron Mohun, over a disputed inheritance.


A focus on Australian Aborigines of wardrobe

A series of short films exploring themes of Aboriginal life in Australia in the 20th century:

The Change at Groote (1968), a film exploring how an isolated Aboriginal community (of Groote Eylandt in the Gulf of Carpentaria) coped with the discover of Manganese on their land.

The Islanders (1968), documenting the lives of the Torres Strait Islander people.

God Knows Why But It Works (1976); an Australian doctor strives to help the local Aboriginal population.


John Spencer (15th-century MP) of wardrobe

John Spencer (died 1417) was an English courtier and Member of Parliament.

He was the son of William Spencer of Burton Pidsea, Yorkshire.

He entered court around 1390 as a wardrobe clerk in the Royal household and became receiver-general to the Prince of Wales, c.1402 to c.1403 and controller of his household from c.1403-1413. He was promoted Cofferer of the Household to Henry V from March to October, 1413 and Keeper of the Great Wardrobe from 1 Oct. 1413 to his death.

He twice represented Suffolk in Parliament (in 1411 and 1413) and was appointed to act as High Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk from February to November, 1416.

He married Katherine, the daughter and coheiress of Sir William Burgate of Burgate and the widow of Robert Stonham of Stonham Aspall, Suffolk. They had no children.


Band of the Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment of wardrobe

The Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment Band was a military band of the British Army that served as the regimental band of the Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment (Berkshire and Wiltshire) from 1959 to 1994. During its existence, the regimental band maintained a corps of drums alongside its band that took part in many different ceremonies on behalf of the regiment.

The drum major was responsible for the day to day running and deployment of the Corps of Drums. When on parade, the drum major uses a ceremonial mace used that includes silver chain is entwined about the staff.


Best original scriptBest adaptationBest original score of wardrobe

WinnerFernando Eimbcke for Temporada de patos

NomineesIvn vila Dueas for Adn y Eva (Todava)

Jorge Ramrez-Surez for Conejo en la luna

Jos Buil for Manos libres (Nadie te habla)WinnerMara Elena Velasco, Ivn Lipkies & Ivette Lipkies for Huapango

WinnerAlejandro Rosso & Liquits for Temporada de patos

NomineesRosino Serrano for Adn y Eva (Todava)

Eduardo Gamboa for Conejo en la luna


To Cur with Love of wardrobe

"To Cur with Love" is the eighth episode of the 24th season of The Simpsons. It originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on December 16, 2012. An alternate cut of this episode was re-aired on December 23, 2012. It had a few minor changes, including insertion of the Plymptoons couch gag from "Beware My Cheating Bart" that was not included in the original airing. Also, the final Montgomery Burns Explains the "Fiscal Cliff" scene was cut from the original version shown so that the episode still has the same runtime


Prospective royal heir under Mary and Elizabeth of wardrobe

During the first phase of Queen Mary's reign, Lady Katherine was senior heir-in-line to the throne as Mary was yet unmarried and her younger sister Elizabeth was regarded as illegitimate. Demoted when Elizabeth was declared heir, Lady Katherine's claim came to the fore again when Queen Elizabeth acceded to the English throne in November 1558. At one point the Queen was apparently contemplating Lady Katherine Grey as a potential Protestant heir, with rumours of a possible adoption, but any such development was terminated upon Lady Katherine's clandestine marriage to Lord Hertford.


Society of Martha Washington of wardrobe

The Society of Martha Washington was formed in 1939, in Laredo, Texas. The Society hosts the Colonial Ball, which is an annual debutante ball where young women make their debut into society. The Colonial Ball is held at the Laredo Civic Center and is a part of a citywide festival called the Washington's Birthday Celebration, which takes place in February every year. The Society of Martha Washington helps Laredo present an image of racial and national harmony by working in conjunction with the Princess Pocahontas Council, and the Abrazo Children.


Thomas Bek (bishop of St David's) of wardrobe

Thomas Bek, Beck, or Becke (died 12 May 1293) was a Bishop of St David's in Wales.

Bek was the second son of Walter Bek of Ereseby, Lincolnshire, England and the elder brother of Antony Bek, the Bishop of Durham.

Bek was educated at Oxford University. Between 126973, he was Chancellor of the University.

Thomas Bek entered the Royal Household as keeper of the wardrobe in October 1274 and was temporarily custodian of the Great Seal in 1279. He was a trusted servant of King Edward I and obtained many important and wealthy ecclesiastical positions. He was an Archdeacon of Dorset and became Bishop of St David's in 1280 until his death in 1293, founding two collegiate churches and two hospitals in the bishopric.


A Woman Who Knows What She Wants of wardrobe

A Woman Who Knows What She Wants (German: Eine Frau, die wei, was sie will) is a 1934 Czechoslovak musical comedy film directed by Victor Janson and starring Lil Dagover, Anton Edthofer, and Anton Walbrook. It is a German-language version of Czech film A Woman Who Knows What She Wants. It is an adaptation of a 1932 stage musical of the same title, with music by Oscar Straus. It was filmed at the Barrandov Studios in Prague.

The musical was adapted again as a 1958 West German film of the same title.


Gilles de Souvr, Marquis de Courtanvaux, Baron de Lezines of wardrobe

Gilles de Souvr, Marquis de Courtanvaux, Baron de Lezines (c. 1540 1626), marshal of France, belonged to an old family of the Perche.

He accompanied the duke of Anjou to Poland in 1573, and was appointed master of the wardrobe and captain of Vincennes when Anjou became Henry III. He remained in favour, despite the opposition of the queen-mother, Catherine de' Medici, fought at Contras, defended Tours against the Leaguers, was named chvalier de Saint Esprit and governor of Touraine (1585), and was one of the first to recognize Henry IV (1589), who subsequently entrusted him with the education of the dauphin. Louis XIII rewarded him with the title of marshal in 1613. He died in Paris in 1626.

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My Minimalist Wardrobe
Minimalism is very important to me, and not just because of the simplicity of it all. It has helped me distance myself from the world of social conformity, build better relationships, and lessen my addiction to social media. I spend more time getting my work done and less time worrying about whether or not I've got my hands on this season's mom jeans. For those of you who are not really sure what minimalism is beyond owning less things, let me explain. Minimalism goes far past "Less is more." It's a way of limiting yourself to the things that actually provide use, are needed, and improve your life. By owning only what we need, we are abandoning the consumerism our society has adopted and putting that energy toward the things that truly matter. Our family, friends, career, education, and goals become more important than the stuff we've gathered over the years. To cleanse a space is to cleanse a mind.I desire to keep my space simple and clean, yet I want it to be filled with art and nice clothing. I am not a fan of the "plain white button down as a daily outfit" look. I want some variety, but with a limitation on the amount. Here is how I do it.When I began, I easily had 200 pieces of clothing. When I say "pieces of clothing," I include shirts, pants, coats, dresses, scarves, shoes, and bags or purses. One day when I was hanging up clothes, my closet made a very unfriendly creaking sound, and as soon as I turned to investigate, the entire rack was coming off the wall. It was time to let go.As I started getting rid of things, I realized how little I actually wore any of the clothes I owned. I would rotate the same ten tops and three jeans and I only wore one pair of shoes among the eleven pairs I owned. And on top of the massive amount of clothing in my closet, I had a 6-drawer dresser each full of the clothes I never wore. 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I decided that I had to have at least one outfit for interviews and professional occasions as well as one dress for formal family events. For the most part, deciding what I needed was easy. But the most difficult decisions lied with choosing which items to keep and which to toss out. Every once in a while I make a log of all the clothing I own, track the newest additions as well as the donations, and make sure I am limiting myself to a decent amount of clothing, not going overboard in either direction. Here's what my minimalist closet looks like:Tops: Two flannel shirts, three sweaters, one long-sleeve top, three t-shirts, one blouse, and one gray tank top. Total=11 items.Bottoms: one pair of high-rise jeans, one pair low-rise, one pair of leggings. Total=3 items. Coats: One petticoat, one denim jacket, one blazer, one raincoat, two summer jackets, one work-out jacket. 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