Alcohol impaired drivers kill many thousands of people in the US each year and thousands more world-wide.
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He was found not guilty of a further count of misconduct in public office and not guilty verdicts were recorded on the direction of the judge for of...
After a three-year hiatus, the show resumed production in 2008 and began airing on the Investigation Discovery channel as a regularly scheduled series.
The series is produced in Australia by Beyond International.
We provide search links to different Categories ranging from old master engravings and original fine art to speciality collecting such as animals, botanicals, genre, maps, military art, posters and advertising, satirical art, sports and many other interests. Principe Chigi (Palazzo Chigi-Odescalchi, or Palazzo Odescalchi, at Piazza dei SS. Al Publico Benefitio (View of the New Customs Office Incorporating the Ruins of Antonius Pius...), Now Italy's Stock Exchange, the ‘Borsa’.
You can also link to pages focused on the century you prefer or by the artists' nationalities. Apostoli)Veduta della Dogana Nuova di Terra Eretta su le Ruine del Fianco della Curia di Antonio Pio, Dalla Santita di N. For speciality collectors (Art of the Print / provides directories that contain listings for different art categories ranging from the Renaissance period to our contemporary art period.
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A few of the featured artists on this page are the nineteenth century Norwegian painter, Anders Monsen Askevold 'Anders Askevold', the twentieth century Austrian artist, Hans Gerstmayr, the French twentieth century painter Andre Krafft, the 19th and 20th century American artists, George Adomeit, Stephen Raul Anaya 'Stephen Anaya', Robert Reid Macguire 'Robert Macguire', Richard Volpe, Alice Dalton Brown, Harvey Kidder, Samuel Chamberlain, William Phelps Cunningham, Ferdinand Erwin Grosshardt 'Ferdinand Grosshardt', M. Hart, William Hart, Peter Holbrook, Erika Kahn, John Jacob Stanley 'John Stanley', Richard Hovenden Kern, 'Richard Kern', Heinrich Friedrich Laurin 'Heinrich Laurin', Robert Lobe, Peter Moran, Thomas Moran, Wray Bartlett Physioc, Alfred Easton Poor, John Ross, Alan Turner, Donald Witherstine and John Winkler, Benjamin Lander, Joseph Lauber, Marie Jacqueline Marino 'Marie Marino', the early twentieth century Austrian artist of the woodcut, Alois Konrad Schwarzler 'Alois Schwarzler', the 19th century artists, Robert Crannell Minor, John Mix Stanley, Heinrich Balduin Mollhausen 'H. Mollhausen' Thomas Nason, Robert Minor, James Craig Nicoll, Henry Webster Rice, Henry Rice, George Wistar Hodge Ritchie, George W. Ritchie, George Ritchie and Charles Volkmar, the English artists, Pierre Charles Canot, John Sell Cotman, John Coney, John Crome, Richard Godfrey, Philip Gilbert Hamerton, Frederick Christian Lewis, Peltro William Tomkins 'P. Tomkins, Elizabeth Piper, Benjamin Thomas Pouncy, and Frederick Cecil Jones, the Glasgow artists, Sir David Young Cameron and Jean Mc Kay, the Danish artist, Kay Simmelhag, the French artists, Charles Daubigny, Eugene Delatre, Ennerie-Alexandre Feher, Pierre Gusman, Ferdinand Luigini and Charles Jacque, the Dutch artists, Allart van Everdingen, Joris Johannes Christiaan Lebeau 'Chris Lebeau' and Anthonie Waterloo, the German artists, Hanns Kobinger, Ossip Leonovich Linde, Ossip Linde, Ernst Zipperer and Hans Meid, the Italian artists, Pietro Bartoli, Giovanni Battista Falda, Maurilio Minuzzi and Mario Micossi, Giovanni Pera, and Ossi Czinner, the Japanese artists, Hiroshige, and Hokusai, the Austrian artists, Hans Figura, T. Simon and Erwin Lang, the Czech painter and etcher, Adolf J.