Actually Jerram Murray, driver and crew member on theset of LOTR production. > Premiere Magazine, Nov. 04 | imdb.com
JARDÍN DE LUZphoto(45301)
Means "Garden of Light" in Spanish
Zen Center in Madrid > www.terra.es
A popular name for restaurants, hotels etc. -- too much to list.
KAPITI photos (CoM, For Wellington)
An isle in New Zealand > www.kapiti.org.nz
a river in New Zealand
KEFLAVIK photo (For Wellington Exhibition)
City in Iceland > www.keflavik.is
KEHOE, JACK photo(Recent Forgeries)
Actor. Made 2 movies with Viggo: TheGospel According to Harry (1993), Young Guns II (1990),or three -- if you consider Desert Lunch (1994) as a moviedifferent from Gospel, but I personally think it's the same.
Some other Movies: The Game (1997), Dick Tracy(1990) , The Untouchables (1987), The Sting (1973), Serpico (1973) > www.imdb.com
Maori greeting, used both as hello and goodbye. It means Be Well! Do Well! All Is Well! Ora means of the light. It also means, vibrant life force. Kia means 'to be'. When you are greeted with this saying, it is with the expectancy and a reminder that you are doing all it takes to nurture your vital life force.
Another translation is Life in your direction > www.yankee-kiwi-merger.com
KINGSTON CORNERS photo(Signlanguage)
place in Kingston, Pennsylvania > www.kingstonpa.org
(1923-...), secretary of state from 1973 to 1977. He was appointed by President Richard M. Nixon and keptthe post after Gerald R. Ford became President in 1974. Kissingeralso served as assistant to the President for national securityaffairs from 1969 to 1975. He was the most influential foreignpolicy adviser of both Presidents. > sources: IBM World Book Multimedial Enyclopedia | wikipedia.org | nobelprize.org | A critical website www.thirdworldtraveler.com
city in Denmark, in the middle of the Jylland pennisula. > www.koldingkom.dk
Kormákr Ögmundarson, Icelandic skald from 10th century, probably the court poet of Sigurðr Hlaðajarl. He is the hero of an Icelandic Kormáks saga written between 1250-1300 A.D. by an unknown author. The saga is a mix of prose telling the story and poetic verses attributed to Kormak, which might be based on older sources or even be written by Kormak himself. > Kormaks saga in Icelandic | Kormak's Saga in English | Scholarly article about first stanzas as PDF file
Cormac is an Irish Male name meaning Raven, or according to other source: from corbaid defile + mac son or charioteer. > Celtic Male Names of Ireland
Cormac mac Cuilennan or Cuilenn·in (836-908), Irisch Scholar, warrior, king, and bishop, best known as the author of Cormac's Glossary, an encyclopedia of Irish folklore and mythology. > Cormac son of Cuilennan
Cormac mac Art or Airt (227-266), famous Celtic High King in the 3rd Century A.D. He ruled Tara, the seat of the High Kings of Ireland, for forty years. He was famous for his wise, true, and generous judgments. > Kings & Queens | www.pantheon.org
There is a mysterious piece of text suggesting that an Irish monk named Cormac might have discovered America in the 6th Century (which gives the title Kormak in New York some additional meaning): Adomn·n's Life of St Columba (written c 700) describes a sea voyage made by an Irish monk named Cormac who sailed on "the ocean that cannot be crossed" in search of a "desert" [Cormac's] ship blown by the south wind drove with full sails in a straight course from land towards the region of the northern sky, for 14 summer days and as many nights. > Voyage Beyond the Sea
Cormac O'Kelly -- Irish photographer > www.usefilm.com
Cormac Wibberley -- screenwriter. > www.imdb.com
Ghost town in Ontario, Canada > www.ghosttowns.com
LA CONVERSATION QUE NO TUVIMOS painting (Signlanguage)
means in Spanish: The conversation we did not have
LA REINE DU SOLEIL painting (Signlanguage)
means: Queen of the Sun in French
LA SELVA painting (Signlanguage)
means: jungle in Spanish
LAS VEGAS fromLas Vegas Is For Families, painting (Signlanguage)
literally fertile valleys in Spanish, the largest city in Nevada and one of the most populartourist destinations in the United States. It is famous for its hotels, gambling casinos, and 24-hour entertainment. The cityattracts about 30 million visitors a year.
bluish-gray element, one of the world's oldest known metals; Heavy (atomic weight of 207.19, atomic number 82) and dense (11.35 grams per cubic cm) but malleable; Melts at relative low temperature of 327.5 C and boils at 1740 C; Poor conductor of electricity, resists corrosion by water and by sulfuric acid and other powerful chemicals. Its chemical symbol, Pb which comes from the Latin word for lead, plumbum.
Uses: lead-acid storage batteries, tetraethyl lead -- an ingredient added to gasoline, production of some paints and dyes, explosives, insecticides and in ceramic, glass, and rubber products. The high density of lead makes it a good shield against radiation.
Hazards: Lead interferes with the production of red bloodcells and may damage the brain, kidneys, liver, and other organs. Major sources of lead pollution include the exhaust from cars that burn leaded gasoline and the dust and fumes released by industrial plants that use lead. > IBM World Book Multimedial Enyclopedia | Occupational Safety and Health Website
City in South Dakota (pop. 3,632), the site of Homestake mine, one of the largest gold mines in the United States. The mine began operations on April 9, 1876. Itis the world's oldest continually operating gold mine. > IBM World Book Multimedial Enyclopedia | Welcome to Lead
The main character of "The Killer Inside Me" a nover written by Jim Thompson. From Randomhouse website:
The main character of a movie (1976) based on the book, played by Stacy Keach. > imdb.com
Aka Lásky jedné plavovlásky - A Czechoslovakian movie by Milos Forman from 1965. The title in original says that the "blonde" is a woman. Nominated for a Golden Globe and Academy Award for Best Foreign-Language Film in 1967. > imdb.com | wikipedia
LOW COUNTRIES photo(CoM)
coastal regions located between France and Germany, once known as the Netherlands, later divided into Belgium, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands. > source: IBM World Book Multimedial Enyclopedia | wikipedia
LYALL BAY photo(CoM)