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“This is a critical information job,” says Metzl, who effusively praises the choice of Ensor.
Ensor breaks out from his somber palette with The Oyster Eater (1882), one of the larger paintings in the show.
Miss Ensor completed her supper with a cup of tea and some little cakes: “just to keep us all company,” as Mary had insisted.All Roads Lead to Calvary|Jerome K. Jerome
The daughter of this nobleman had married Sir Ensor Doone; but this, instead of healing matters, led to fiercer conflict.
My mother's duty along with her other work was to assist Dr. Ensor in the making of some of his medicine.Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States|Work Projects Administration
I cried; 'what can Sir Ensor Doone want with considering me?Lorna Doone, A Romance of Exmoor|R. D. Blackmore
And though Sir Ensor Doone is now so old and growing feeble, his own way he will have still, and no one dare deny him.