Times, Sunday Times (2013)It was the sort of reception normally reserved for royalty and pop stars. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It receives royalty income when those products are bought in the shops. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Album sales and other royalties could double that sum.
Purtroppo, bisogna ammetterlo, è mancata la pubblicità. Abbandonata da quello che poteva essere il suo pubblico per mancanza di notizie in merito all’evento, costretta ad esibirsi in un locale squalliduccio dell’hinterland torinese davanti a pochi spettatori per lo più ignari della sua esistenza, Anais avrebbe avuto tutte le scusanti del caso per un’eventuale performance compassata. Chi era già stato alla Suoneria di Settimo mi ha confermato che il posto può offrire di meglio di questa sala bar con tavolini ed angolo karaoke: un piccolo auditorium, per esempio, evidentemente ritenuto eccessivo per l’ospite americana ed il suo show in solitaria.
The Sun (2011)We are in a large hotel suite in Soho. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The Romans tamed the spring and built a suite of luxurious baths around it. Times, Sunday Times (2006)You can make the accommodation flexible, include en suite bathrooms and walls that open and shut.
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Tiree is an island with ancient settlements, renowned for its Clach a (the stone cauldron) or even Choire Fhionn MhicChumhail (the cauldron of Finn mac Cumaill). The name identifies a natural amphitheater near the village of Balephetrish (Vaul), a probable mythical center in prehistoric and medieval times, where the Ringing Stone is found, which emits a sharp and metallic sound similar to that of the gong or the bells when it is hit: the stone looks like a big egg on the spoon, legend has it that the boulder was thrown by a giant of Mull and if ever it was split the island would sink into the sea. If true (Mrs Fagg mistakenly attributes the staement to SHIS) the legend thus contains both a motive for destroying such stones and a warning against doing so Newton 1992 p145 where it is claimed that if Clach a Choire shatters or falls off the pedestal of small stones on which it rests, Tiree will sink beneath the waves.