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    Waiting for Lefty Production Photo

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    Providence College Department of Theatre, Dance & Film Angell Blackfriars Theatre Waiting for Lefty Play by Clifford Odets February 6 to 8 & 13 -15, 2009 Directed By: John Garrity Musical Director: David Rabinow Scenic Designer: Katryne Hecht Costume Design: David Costa-Cabral Lighting Designer: Tim Cryan Cast: Harry Fatt – Justin Pimental; Two Sidekicks – Teddy Kalin & Patrick Knight; Joe & Edna – Ted Boyce-Smith & Suzanne Keyes; Fayette & Miller – Craig Schutz & Sarah Bedard; Irv – Teddy Kalin; Florence – Elizabeth McNamara; Sid – Collin Kennedy; Annie Clayton – Michaela McDonald; Annie Clancy – Julia Tully; Stage Manager – Catherine McDonnell; Actor – Alex Fielder; Producer – Patrick Knight; Dr. Barnes – Devin Driscoll; Dr. Benjamin – Sarah Ratcliffe; Agate Keller – Brett Epstein Photography by Mary Pelletier \u2709https://digitalcommons.providence.edu/waiting_lefty_photos/1014/thumbnail.jp

    Waiting for Lefty Production Photo

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    Providence College Department of Theatre, Dance & Film Angell Blackfriars Theatre Waiting for Lefty Play by Clifford Odets February 6 to 8 & 13 -15, 2009 Directed By: John Garrity Musical Director: David Rabinow Scenic Designer: Katryne Hecht Costume Design: David Costa-Cabral Lighting Designer: Tim Cryan Cast: Harry Fatt – Justin Pimental; Two Sidekicks – Teddy Kalin & Patrick Knight; Joe & Edna – Ted Boyce-Smith & Suzanne Keyes; Fayette & Miller – Craig Schutz & Sarah Bedard; Irv – Teddy Kalin; Florence – Elizabeth McNamara; Sid – Collin Kennedy; Annie Clayton – Michaela McDonald; Annie Clancy – Julia Tully; Stage Manager – Catherine McDonnell; Actor – Alex Fielder; Producer – Patrick Knight; Dr. Barnes – Devin Driscoll; Dr. Benjamin – Sarah Ratcliffe; Agate Keller – Brett Epstein Photography by Mary Pelletier \u2709https://digitalcommons.providence.edu/waiting_lefty_photos/1036/thumbnail.jp

    Waiting for Lefty Production Photo

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    Providence College Department of Theatre, Dance & Film Angell Blackfriars Theatre Waiting for Lefty Play by Clifford Odets February 6 to 8 & 13 -15, 2009 Directed By: John Garrity Musical Director: David Rabinow Scenic Designer: Katryne Hecht Costume Design: David Costa-Cabral Lighting Designer: Tim Cryan Cast: Harry Fatt – Justin Pimental; Two Sidekicks – Teddy Kalin & Patrick Knight; Joe & Edna – Ted Boyce-Smith & Suzanne Keyes; Fayette & Miller – Craig Schutz & Sarah Bedard; Irv – Teddy Kalin; Florence – Elizabeth McNamara; Sid – Collin Kennedy; Annie Clayton – Michaela McDonald; Annie Clancy – Julia Tully; Stage Manager – Catherine McDonnell; Actor – Alex Fielder; Producer – Patrick Knight; Dr. Barnes – Devin Driscoll; Dr. Benjamin – Sarah Ratcliffe; Agate Keller – Brett Epstein Photography by Mary Pelletier \u2709https://digitalcommons.providence.edu/waiting_lefty_photos/1038/thumbnail.jp

    Baby with the Bathwater Production Photo

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    Providence College Department of Theatre, Dance & Film John Bowab Studio Theatre, Smith Center for the Arts Baby with the Bathwater Play by Christopher Durang A Student Directed Production February 20-22, 2009 Friday & Saturday 8pm, Sunday 2pm Photography by Mary Pelletier \u2709https://digitalcommons.providence.edu/baby_photos/1000/thumbnail.jp

    Baby with the Bathwater Production Photo

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    Providence College Department of Theatre, Dance & Film John Bowab Studio Theatre, Smith Center for the Arts Baby with the Bathwater Play by Christopher Durang A Student Directed Production February 20-22, 2009 Friday & Saturday 8pm, Sunday 2pm Photography by Mary Pelletier \u2709https://digitalcommons.providence.edu/baby_photos/1002/thumbnail.jp

    Baby with the Bathwater Production Photo

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    Providence College Department of Theatre, Dance & Film John Bowab Studio Theatre, Smith Center for the Arts Baby with the Bathwater Play by Christopher Durang A Student Directed Production February 20-22, 2009 Friday & Saturday 8pm, Sunday 2pm Photography by Mary Pelletier \u2709https://digitalcommons.providence.edu/baby_photos/1008/thumbnail.jp

    Baby with the Bathwater Production Photo

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    Providence College Department of Theatre, Dance & Film John Bowab Studio Theatre, Smith Center for the Arts Baby with the Bathwater Play by Christopher Durang A Student Directed Production February 20-22, 2009 Friday & Saturday 8pm, Sunday 2pm Photography by Mary Pelletier \u2709https://digitalcommons.providence.edu/baby_photos/1013/thumbnail.jp

    Body language, security and e-commerce

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    Security is becoming an increasingly more important concern both at the desktop level and at the network level. This article discusses several approaches to authenticating individuals through the use of biometric devices. While libraries might not implement such devices, they may appear in the near future of desktop computing, particularly for access to institutional computers or for access to sensitive information. Other approaches to computer security focus on protecting the contents of electronic transmissions and verification of individual users. After a brief overview of encryption technologies, the article examines public-key cryptography which is getting a lot of attention in the business world in what is called public key infrastructure. It also examines other efforts, such as IBM’s Cryptolope, the Secure Sockets Layer of Web browsers, and Digital Certificates and Signatures. Secure electronic transmissions are an important condition for conducting business on the Net. These business transactions are not limited to purchase orders, invoices, and contracts. This could become an important tool for information vendors and publishers to control access to the electronic resources they license. As license negotiators and contract administrators, librarians need to be aware of what is happening in these new technologies and the impact that will have on their operations

    XHTML Facilitates the Transition from HTML to XML;

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    This paper discusses XML as a subset of the Generalized Markup Language (SGML) and the HyperText Markup Language (HTML) and the benefits of XHTML as a transition from HTML to XML. It discusses the similarities and differences of the various languages and the benefits of XML and XHTML
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