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- His directorial credits include directing Simon Ward in "Perchance to Dream", Patrick Cargill in "Don't Misunderstand Me", Mollie Sugden in "My Giddy Aunt", Windsor Davies in My Wife Whatsername, Peggy Mount in "Blithe Spirit", and the original production of "Jeeves Takes Charge" with Edward Duke.
- Apor to have a butler of hers taught the art of baking kürtőslalács: "Honored mother Superior prays you if she could send you a butler in the hope perchance you spare no pain and teach him kindly some art of baking kürtőslalács withal others".
- The title is a play-on-words of "perchance to dream", a quotation from William Shakespeare's "Hamlet".
- Parker wrote the other chapters. In 1991 Parker followed this novel with a new novel featuring Marlowe, "Perchance to Dream", a sequel to Chandler's "The Big Sleep".
- After her fourth book, Parsons stopped writing for several decades. In 1952, at the age of 90, she published a memoir, "Perchance Some Day".
- A twelve-inch single, presented as a double A-side with a remix of Loveboat track "Perchance To Dream" was also released.
- Before he died in 1617, John Napier suggested ways by which "the learned, who perchance may have plenty of pupils and computers" might construct an improved logarithm table.
- "Mortal coil"—along with "the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune", "to sleep, perchance to dream" and "ay, there’s the rub"—is part of Hamlet’s famous "To be, or not to be" speech.
- Although much of the track bed survives intact, several obstacles – including Wistlandpound Reservoir – must be overcome if the greater part of the route is to be restored, fulfilling the hopes expressed in a card left at Barnstaple on the day after the line closed – "Perchance it is not dead, but sleepeth"...
- With the advent of modernism, and perchance owing to the decline of traditional Chinese values, filial piety and thus such practices are slowly fading.
- He continued to write for film, but in his later career his biggest successes were with stage musicals: "Perchance to Dream" (1945), "King's Rhapsody" (1949) and "Gay's the Word" (1951).
- Initially the Players traveled through Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island, often performing in "many spots that perchance never otherwise see a local dramatic presentation of any sort".
- "Kirkus Reviews" gave "Eyes Like Stars" a starred review in 2009. They also favorably reviewed "Perchance To Dream" in 2010.
- At present the bovine pericardium is being used, tomorrow perchance an even better material will be found.
- Next, Gilbert appeared in his musical "Arc de Triomphe" (1943) at the Phoenix Theatre, "Perchance to Dream" (1945) at the London Hippodrome, and "King's Rhapsody" (1949) at the Palace Theatre.
- In the summer of 2022 Perchance Theatre, based in Cupids, NL, mounted Morgan's play "Area of Uncertainty" under the direction of Sarah Phillips.
- For instance, the "Yijing" ("Book of Changes") uses "yu shi" 輿尸 "carry corpses; corpse carrier" twice for Hexagram 7: "Perchance the army carries corpses in the wagon.
- Demetria Fulton previewed Mark Roberts' appearance in Barnaby Jones portraying a character named Tony Bloom; episode titled, "Perchance to Kill"(03/11/1973).
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