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Read more reviews by Stephanie ZacharekAnd Harrison—who has given fine performances in pictures like Julius Onah’s Luce and Trey Edward Shults’ Waves—doesn’t just convey Steve’s youthful vulnerability.Monster Tells a Harrowing Story—But the Filmmaking Gets in the Way|Stephanie Zacharek|May 7, 2021|Time
Raised by her mother to manipulate men and compete with women, Luce was fundamentally cold.
As Luce well puts it: Mr Kagan denies America is in relative decline—and mistakenly insists there is no economic evidence for it.
There he insinuates himself with the locals as the new bootlegger and begins stalking Luce and her two charges.
"I Am a Luce Lady," says one banner featuring a picture of Ann Coulter.
In the invention of Time, Luce and his partner, Briton Hadden, are chalk and cheese when they meet at Hotchkiss and Yale.
These are certainly strong authorities for saying that the Flower-de-luce is the Lily.The plant-lore and garden-craft of Shakespeare|Henry Nicholson Ellacombe
Hunc gestant ulnis angeli,Ne lapis officiat pedi;Ne luce timor occupet,Aut nocte pestis incubet.The Saint's Tragedy|Charles Kingsley
Into the feelings of Captain Luce it would be impertinent to pry; but a little may be guessed, perhaps, from what follows.The Heroic Record of the British Navy|Archibald Hurd
Luce is going to have nurse take the babies always down the back stairs, for fear I should hear them as they come out and in.
Well, and Vera said, 'Here's Luce lying tucked up as jolly as a sandboy, why shouldn't we be jolly too?'