MARILYN MONROE with her dog Maf. Frank Sinatra gave Marilyn this dog he had purchased from Natalie Wood's mother. Marilyn named the dog Maf as a humerous reference to Frank & the mafia. Maf slept on the expensive white beaver coat Frank had given her. Photo (detail) by Eric Skipsey. Julien's Auction catalog 'Marilyn Monroe Property from the estate of Lee Strasberg' Nov 18th 2016 (please follow minkshmink on pinterest) #marilynmonroe #marilynandmaf
Bentley a "peer review" of Teino | continuation of movie script: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10207786606925666&set=a.1410943156129.2058732.1308992193&type=3&theater | technical language I'd heard from CEO ATL Motor (Mobay) [seen in link - https://www.pinterest.com/pin/368943394458729485/ ] whence declared such parameter to be hers - https://www.pinterest.com/pin/368943394458728133/ : "no, thats not her parameter, put et al"
The constructivist-inspired design of this illustration in the New York Times Book Review led me to the work of illustrator Cristiana Couceiro. Her work evokes Russian avant-garde design of the 20s & 30s, and a beautifully calibrated sense of proportion and balance. https://www.flickr.com/photos/cristianacouceiro/
Vocabopoly Game. You can use this in any subject area to help students review vocabulary, terms, stems, etc. This teacher created this game for her ELA classroom so it has ELA names for the properties but any subject area could modify for their own subject.