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Of all the feature films and bit parts that have portrayed Napoleon Bonaparte none compares to Philippe Torreton’s brilliant and artful rendering of the man. In one breath he shows us a stern, calculating, and shrewd Bonaparte, while in the very next he exposes the compassionate, kind, and forgiving nature of the man. He mixes and intermingles these opposing traits so well that the viewer can begin to see Napoleon as the human that he was rather than as some distant iconic figure.
You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeA raging Paisley man spent Christmas and New Year behind bars after flipping out when he discovered his girlfriend had bought him a 2 Lynx set as a present.Steven Manson, 21, lost the plot with partner Nicole Armstrong, 21, during a domestic rammy when he asked her what she was getting him for a Christmas gift.However, he was cleared of assaulting Ms Armstrong by pinning her down and grabbing her by the throat, and of a charge of putting her in state of fear and alarm, after trial at Paisley Sheriff Court yesterday.He was found guilty of a charge of damaging her kitchen door by punching a hole in it.The court was told the cleaner, from George Street, Paisley, was staying over at his girlfriend’s flat in Kilbarchan on December 1, when all hell broke loose between the young couple in the bedroom.Ms Armstrong told the court: “He came over to the house and we had an argument. I had been out Christmas shopping. I had bought him a Lynx set.
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Set WeatherDAVID JOLKOVSKI / THE JERSEY JOURNALFrom left, Teacher Steve Sharmokh, Kevin Browne, Jannell Jackson, Jomar Sabas, Chris Militante, and Snyder Principal Larry Odoms on Friday, May 7, at Snyder High School.In only two months, a team of Jersey City High School students turned $100,000 into nearly $113,000, a profit big enough to win them a state title.”I wish I made it in real life,” team captain Kevin Browne, a junior at Henry Snyder High School, said.The students were competing against about 70 other teams in the 13th annual New Jersey Stock Market Game. Jersey City dominated this year competitionBrowne was also one of two students in the state to win a paid summer internship at Merrill Lynch. His application looked at consumer spending and Apple products.”I want to pursue a career in business,” Browne said.