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> John Donne, circa 1610 (wikipedia.org) and James Gandolfini in his ... - New York Times
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post Fri 9th May 2008, 5:28pm
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<img src=http://news.google.com/news?imgefp=_loch1WzC9wJ&imgurl=graphics8.nytimes.com/images/2008/05/09/books/donne-soprano-533.jpg width=80 height=30 alt="" border=1>
<img alt="" height="1" width="1">John Donne, circa 1610 (wikipedia.org) and James Gandolfini in his ...
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We’ve all loved and lost. When Tony Soprano’s son is distraught over a break-up, Tony tells him to bear up and helpfully explains that such occasions have, ...


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post Fri 9th May 2008, 7:08pm
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(i) The portrait was made c.1595, not 1610 as the NYT states (nor in the 17th century as Wikimedia commons states)

(ii) The image is in the public domain so there was no need to credit wikipedia.
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