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- (cheat) deprive somebody of something by deceit; "The con-man beat me out of $50"; "This salesman ripped us off!"; "we were cheated by their clever-sounding scheme"; "They chiseled me out of my money"
- Deceive or trick
- (cheat) chess: weedy annual native to Europe but widely distributed as a weed especially in wheat
- Act dishonestly or unfairly in order to gain an advantage, esp. in a game or examination
- Use inferior materials or methods unobtrusively in order to save time or money
- (cheat) darnel: weedy annual grass often occurs in grainfields and other cultivated land; seeds sometimes considered poisonous
- Completely exhausted
- a regular route for a sentry or policeman; "in the old days a policeman walked a beat and knew all his people by name"
- all in(p): very tired; "was all in at the end of the day"; "so beat I could flop down and go to sleep anywhere"; "bushed after all that exercise"; "I'm dead after that long trip"
- come out better in a competition, race, or conflict; "Agassi beat Becker in the tennis championship"; "We beat the competition"; "Harvard defeated Yale in the last football game"
- Of or relating to the beat generation or its philosophy
- Sony PlayStation 2. The name says it all. (It’s even backwards-compatible with the PSX.)
- PlayStation 2. A popular video game console.
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The Man Who Could Cheat Death / The Skull [Blu-ray]
This two-disc collection is filled with suspense and terror as it features classic, bonechilling tales from two of the biggest horror powerhouse producers: Hammer Studios and Amicus Productions. The Skull weaves a chilling tale surrounding the real-life terrors of the Marquis de Sade. Featuring outstanding performances by Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee, this tale introduces Dr. Christopher Maitland (Cushing) who purchases the infamous skull of the Marquis de Sade, a decision that he was warned against by his good friend - and previous skull owner - Matthew Phillips (Lee). The question is whether or not Dr. Maitland will live to regret his decision.
The Man Who Could Cheat Death features a horror filled tale starring Anton Diffring as Dr. Georges Bonnet, a man with a hideous obsession to live forever all he needs are the glands of some very unwilling donors. Also starring Christopher Lee and the beautiful horror legend Hazel Court, this film is a suspense-filled ride for all who enjoy classic horror cinema.
This photo made the cover of my schools newspaper, The Norse Star, on their December issue that had a in-depth section on cheating.
Fun fact: the two under the covers are both women.
Info: SB-28 Behind glass 1/4 power bare, Canon 430ex held by a generous assistant above camera right at 1/8th power (w/diffusion flap). (thank you Skye for letting me borrow your flash once again!)
Cheat Lake is located in Morgantown WV. This was taken while on Mont Chateau Road. This image was photoshop enhanced for my enjoyment.
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Sacha Guitry was once a household name. Something of a Gallic counterpart to Noel Coward, this disarming, multitalented artist served up some of 1930s French cinema’s tastiest dishes. The son of a beloved theater actor, Guitry was devoted to the footlights, first turning to the silver screen as a way of bringing his plays to a wider audience. His films were anything but stage-bound, however: often the director, writer, and star of his popular movies, Guitry brought a witty inventiveness to the cinema and deployed radical tactics with such aplomb and control that he’s considered one of the medium’s first “complete auteurs.” With these four films, American audiences can finally sample Guitry’s creative, comic confections.
FOUR-DVD BOX SET INCLUDES:
THE STORY OF A CHEAT (Le roman d’un tricheur) Considered Sacha Guitry’s masterpiece, this fleet, witty picaresque about a gambler and petty thief is a whimsical delight. Guitry himself stars as the “tricheur” looking back fondly on a life of crime, which he narrates with an effervescence matched by his clever editing and cinematography. With its rapid storytelling and inventive use of voice-over, The Story of a Cheat’s style has influenced filmmakers from Orson Welles to Francois Truffaut. 1936
THE PEARLS OF THE CROWN (Les perles de la couronne) Sacha Guitry plays four roles—including King Francis I and Napoleon—in this multilingual whirlwind of pageantry that investigates the fate of three pearls missing from the royal crown of England. Guitry’s first script written directly for the screen rockets through four centuries of European history with imaginative, winking irreverence.
DESIRE Sacha Guitry exchanges his usual top hat for a uniform in Desire, in which he plays a cavalier valet embroiled in an awkward flirtation with his new employer (played by the actor-director’s real-life wife, Jacqueline Delubac), who is involved with a stuffy politician. A carefree class farce filled with memorable supporting characters, Desire blurs the line between upstairs and downstairs.
QUADRILLE A sparkling four-way affair overflowing with dialogue that showcases writer-director Sacha Guitry’s wit, Quadrille stars Guitry as a magazine editor whose longtime girlfriend (whom he hopes to make his fiancee) is uncontrollably drawn to a handsome American movie star. Meanwhile, a discerning reporter (Jacqueline Delubac) watches from the sidelines with amusement and provides the final corner of this romantic rectangle.
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