Frankfurt: Exhibit puts paparazzi squarely in focus
Paparazzi is the plural form of the noun paparazzo ... Elizabeth Taylor, Jackie Kennedy Onassis, Princess Diana, Paris Hilton and Britney Spears — are featured in this section. Photos range from nudes of Bardot and Onassis (taken with a giant telephoto ...
Entertainment 101: What is the Paparazzi?
Anyone who knows fame undoubtedly also knows the paparazzi. The plural term (paparazzo being the Italian singular form) for photographers, paparazzi have one paramount objective: to take candid photographs of celebrities, preferably in embarrassing or ...
The hydra-headed monster: The discourse on corruption ignores the countless forms of evil
Between stripping the state and stripping nature, we create two gargantuan forms of extraction ... varieties of corruption to argue that corruption is a diverse domain with plural strategies and contexts. To hide it under a standardised label misleads ...
Grading teachers: Tone is part of the conspiracy of learning
But Mr. Stevens somehow made it personal, and that is why I can form the possessive singular ... training young writers in some key skills (even punctuating the possessive plural!), and hopeful that I’ve recruited, hired, and supported teachers whose ...
Grass Fed | Who Eats Princess Cake?
Noren told me that the recipe for the cake was first published in a cookbook called “The Princesses’ Cookbook.” (The plural possessive of the title refers to three daughters of Prince Carl and Princess Ingeborg: Margaretha, Martha and Astrid.)