Commissioned by the Ian Fleming Estate, Carte Blanche
will be published by Hodder & Stoughton a few days before Ian Fleming's birthday.
For instance, Carte Blanche
has clearly brought in art that otherwise would not have appeared at GfZK, highlighting the importance of sometimes abandoning the affirmative paradigm of curating--of shifting one's criteria for art from the "good" to the "interesting.
CEO of the East London Hospital Complex (ELHC) (Frere and Cecilia Makiwane Hospitals), Mr Vuyo Mosana, told Izindaba that George Mazarakis, the executive producer of Carte Blanche
, called him on 5 August.
The other three Cs that you also must keep in mind: college, control and carte blanche
Giving body shops carte blanche
to ratchet up repair costs would be disastrous for consumers and New Hampshire's stable auto insurance market.
Even if it did, the claim would not give the government carte blanche
to dispense with civil liberties.
A mobile desk-seat, Easy Rider, has been designed by Danny Venlet for the Carte Blanche
Congress did not give him carte blanche
to wage war against any and all terrorists everywhere, or against regimes that seek chemical, biological, or nuclear weapons.
Although Handling offered all filmmakers carte blanche
, most must have assumed that they were being called upon to produce little cinematic bonbons.
On 23 July 1914, with a German carte blanche
in hand, Austria sent a 48-hour ultimatum to Serbia designed to be unacceptable, to serve as a casus belli, and to justify a war.
But that didn't mean the artists had carte blanche
Some people's genes appear to give them carte blanche
when it comes to eating high-cholesterol foods (SN: 11/20/93, p.
This is not, in my opinion, a "good criterion" for intervention; it's carte blanche
for greedy protectionists.
But ministers must take great care to get offsetting right or they risk giving developers carte blanche
to concrete over ancient woodland and Sites of Special Scientific Interest.