Here they recount the August 1911 theft of Leonardo de Vinci's Mona Lisa from the Louvre, and the investigation that ensued into some of the seamier
parts of the French capital, where lifting a painting was one of the less spectacular crimes being committed.
You have only to note the MPs' allowances scandal to understand how important it is that in an open society reporters with suitable skills are at liberty to probe the seamier
side of the men and women who make our laws.
However, O Donoghue's subject and its implications are broad and important, encompassing the development of the Irish Catholic bourgeoisie, emerging from the shadow of the eighteenth-century Penal Laws, and the seamier
aspects of the Irish, British, and Imperial civil services and of the general processes of economic and infrastructural "development" in Ireland and in the Empire overseas.
My mother was always trying to make sure that I wasn't exposed to any of the seamier
aspects of life.
From this innocent beginning the Gaiety soon experienced life's seamier
2, Peter Stampfli's 1972 painting of the contours of a fat, textured tire, approximate the dumbness Americans might attribute to what we think of as our own homegrown Pop, but there is a decisive turn here toward the seamier
side, as evidenced by both images' emphatic Surrealist styling.
Feinstein brings back rookie reporters Stevie Thomas and Susan Carol Anderson for another go at the seamier
side of the sports world.
A devout Catholic and stern disciplinarian, he has no truck with the seamier
side of racing, does not approve of drinking and loathes cigarettes with a passion.
JULIETTE, 33, was the darling of Hollywood's seamier
side, starring in movies such as Natural Born Killers, Kalifornia and Cape Fear, before she launched her band Juliette And The Licks.
Also observed is the seamier
side of Boise, such as racism, prostitution, and crime that marked its growth and progress.
Superman whodunit pulls the cape off seamier
side of fame
The City of London Police inquiry will bring the sport's seamier
side on to the main stage for public scrutiny.
However, I was led to hunt for the famous Winston Churchill quotation regarding democracy because lately (May 2005) we have been exposed to some of the seamier
sides of democracy, and it seemed rather apropos.
EXTREME CUISINE is a humorous look at the Hollywood scene, which includes agendas, the seamier
side of movie-making, and Margot's metamorphosis from retiring film editor to amateur sleuth when the people she cares about find murder popping out all around them.
McAnuff also sees Jersey Boys as a way to explore the seamier
side of the American pop psyche.