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Obama v. Romney - PI rates debate in front of the masses from Dutch Hofstra University

 
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Obama v. Romney - PI rates debate in front of the masses from Dutch Hofstra University
Obama and Romney debate tonight from HOFSTRA University in NY.

Tonight's debate will settle who will be king of all.

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Hofstra’s original seal was created by Professor of Art
Constant van de Wall in 1937. The insignia was derived from
the official seal of the reigning house of the Netherlands,
the House of Orange-Nassau. It is used with the permission of the Dutch monarch. At the bottom of the seal were the words Je Maintiendrai, meaning “I stand steadfast” in French.

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Sir Walter Scott (1771–1832), a friend of John Leyden's, was the first to refer to the vessel as a pirate ship,
writing in the notes to Rokeby; a poem (first published December 1812) that the ship was "originally a vessel loaded with great wealth, on board of which some horrid act of murder and piracy had been committed" and that the apparition of the ship "is considered by the mariners as the worst of all possible omens."
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Re: Obama v. Romney - PI rates debate in front of the masses from Dutch Hofstra University
Picasso, Matisse, Monet Painting Dutch Heist

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The stolen paintings were
Picasso's 1971 "Harlequin Head";
Monet's 1901 "Waterloo Bridge, London"
and "Charing Cross Bridge, London";
Henri Matisse's 1919 "Reading Girl in White and Yellow";
Paul Gauguin's 1898 "Girl in Front of Open Window";
Meyer de Haan's "Self-Portrait," around 1890,
and Lucian Freud's 2002 work "Woman with Eyes Closed."


The Triton Foundation is a collection of avant-garde art put together by multimillionaire Willem Cordia, an investor and businessman, and his wife, Marijke Cordia-Van der Laan.

The Kunsthal museum is a display space that has no permanent collection of its own — the name means "art gallery" in Dutch.

The Cordia family collection includes works by more than 150 famed artists. Others whose work was on show include Paul Cezanne, Marc Chagall, Salvador Dali, Edgar Degas and Andy Warhol.