Korda

[ US /ˈkɔɹdə/ ]
NOUN
  1. British filmmaker (born in Hungary) (1893-1956)
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  • Samas ei taha ma eriti viriseda, sest olen ju seda romaani kolme aasta jooksul kolm korda lugenud ning iga kord maksimaalse elamuse saanud. Indrek Hargla «French ja Koulu»
  • Madala auastmega carabiniere Placanica, keda on süüdistatud Giuliani tapmises on pidevalt rääkinud, et tema tulistas kaks korda õhku ja keegi teine tappis Giuliani. tatsutahime Diary Entry
  • It was Korda's own favourite of his films, but the downbeat story of an artist at odds with society was uncommercial, and with two flops in a row and large new studios at Denham to run, Korda temporarily hung up his directorial hat.
  • Bakalao, which I know as salted, dried cod, looked the most interesting to me, especially since the menu said it was fried and served with skordalia. Freaks and Greeks - Greek Islands, Chicago
  • Gutierrez, better known as Alberto Korda, is delighted his photograph has inspired socialist revolutionaries for more than three decades.
  • KORDA arrived by first-class wagon-lit in Vienna in November 1919. The Great Escape
  • But he calls a trochee, which occupies the same time as a choreus, [Greek: kordax], because its contracted and brief character is devoid of dignity. The Orations of Marcus Tullius Cicero, Volume 4
  • Oh, you can't have lunch without the dip platter -- taramosalata, tzatziki, skordalia and kafterie. Nancy Ruhling: Astoria Characters: The Big-Hearted Restaurateur
  • Korda, one of the finest shotmakers in the game, battled back in great style but the champion of champions prevailed in the end.
  • That ` s called asportation, and that ` s what we have here, right, Greg Skordas? CNN Transcript Jul 11, 2006
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