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Financed in 1914 by a countess who admired Müller’s teachings, it was intended as a retreat for visitors to transcend their egos by walking in nature and dancing vigorously to classical music.
Forest Avenue Press: The most recent title from Portland's Forest Avenue Press is a retelling of an 1834 Alexander Pushkin fable about a young engineer obsessed with learning an old countess' secret to a grand win at cards.
As Maev Kennedy reports for the Guardian, the collection includes 36 letters, most of them written with pencil, addressed to Garbo’s friend, the Swedish countess Marta Wachtmeister.
The countess redid the apartment with decorator Henri Samuel (a favorite of Rothschilds and Vanderbilts), and little but the art has changed since.
Countess made three tackles and broke up a pass against the Chargers.
Just ask the Countess of Wessex, daughter-in-law of Queen Elizabeth II, who appeared to stumble on Tuesday in the old-fashioned vehicle on a formal parade.
Chastain probably won’t become a countess any time soon, but having a count for a father-in-law isn’t too shabby — especially when your new husband’s family produces their own prosecco.
The countess’s walls and upholstery reeked of smoke, and opening the windows only filled the rooms with chilly wind.
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