The duke abides
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In this fun, interactive lesson, kids can make a different healthy snack, taste it, learn about it, and play with it. The cooking class is a brand-new addition to the famous Fruits & Veggies to the Rescue! workshops. Written recipes and Adventure Tokens, redeemable for one FREE meal at Duke’s Alehouse & Kitchen, will be given to the kids. Fruits & Veggies To The Rescue! ® is a unique, engaging curriculum that taps into children’s imaginations and love of superheroes to encourage them to love and consume fruits and vegetables on a daily basis in order to live a healthy lifestyle. Due to the limited number of seats available, an online reservation is expected.
St. olaf cantorei and congregation – “abide with me
Selected Extracts from the Diaries of the 4th Duke of Newcastle-under-Lyme are included in this volume. From 1807 to 1851, the duke’s main residence was Clumber Park in Nottinghamshire. Between 1822 and 1850, he kept extensive diaries. The Extracts provide a wealth of information about his social and domestic life during a pivotal period in British history. They also outline his political and legal involvements…. have done history a favor by publishing excerpts from this entertaining simple man’s diary. — September/October 2001 issue of Local History Magazine, No.87 The Duke’s voluminous journals are sensitively edited by John Fletcher, who creates a sympathetic self-portrait. Andrew Barber, National Trust Historic Buildings Representative It’s a really ‘user-friendly’ novel… The Duke manages to be endearing and maddening in equal measure… — The Hafod Trust’s Jennie MacVe, September 2001
Description of the book 2001, Country Books. The book is available in paperback. Like new condition. The author has signed/inscribed the book. All pages are untouched and intact, and the book is in excellent condition. G0103185 is the seller’s inventory number.
Stranger (from “dude nukem: the duke abides”)
Looking it up in a German/English dictionary leads me to assume it’s “The Dude lives on,” but I heard it used in a way that suggests it’s a variation of “approve,” as in “The Dude does not tolerate this conduct.”
As @wfaulk points out, we now use abide transitively to mean things like believing in, approving, or obeying; therefore, it doesn’t mean The Dude embraces or endures a specific thing; however, I agree that the term may still imply patience or toleration, even if it’s just the way someone waits or continues.
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The meaning of the word “abide” is unmistakably “to live on, to exist.” The entire chapter communicates the notion that human affairs are transient and meaningless in comparison to the unchanging world and its natural cycles.
The big lebowski (trailer deutsch/german) – jeff bridges
Joel and Ethan Coen wrote, made, and directed The Big Lebowski (/lbaski/), a crime comedy film released in 1998. Jeffrey “The Dude” Lebowski, a Los Angeles slacker and avid bowler, is played by Jeff Bridges. He is attacked as a result of a mistaken identity, only to discover that the intended victim was a millionaire (also called Jeffrey Lebowski). When the millionaire Lebowski’s trophy wife is kidnapped, he hires The Dude to deliver the ransom; however, the plan goes awry when the Dude’s friend Walter Sobchak (John Goodman) plots to keep the ransom money. In supporting roles, Julianne Moore, Steve Buscemi, David Huddleston, John Turturro, and Philip Seymour Hoffman appear.
The film is loosely based on Raymond Chandler’s job. “We decided to do a Chandler kind of story – how it moves episodically and deals with characters trying to solve a mystery, as well as making a hopelessly complicated plot that’s essentially unimportant,” Joel Coen said. [number four] Carter Burwell, a frequent associate of the Coen brothers, wrote the original score.