Rubens, Peter Paul
A seventeenth-century Flemish painter known for his paintings of religious subjects and for his voluptuous female nudes.
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Offending the other ones has been a central strategy for Paul over the last year.
First, they allow Paul to siphon off attention from whichever potential candidate is making news.
But he added that the tactic ensured all “relevant” topics in the world of politics were back to the world of Paul.
But the ads are not just intended to remind the Google-curious that Paul exists and is thinking about running for president.
Henri Paul actually worked for the French Secret Service and he had €200,000 in his account when he only earned €30,000 a year.Harry’s Daddy, and Diana’s ‘Murder’: Royal Rumors In a New Play|Tom Sykes|January 4, 2015|DAILY BEAST
In the evening, St. Peter's and its accessories were illuminated—by far the most brilliant spectacle I ever saw.Glances at Europe|Horace Greeley
Peter Elmsly, a partner of the celebrated Paul Valliant, and himself an importer of books and no mean critic and linguist, died.
Many gallants 'took' their tobacco in the lords room over the stage, and went out to (Saint) Paul's to spit there privately.
Sir Peter Edlin, it seems, has been doing treble the amount of work for a two-third's salary.
Paul de Rapin de Thoyras, an eminent French historical writer, died.