And the major purveyor of cosmetics in Germany is a company named Schwartzkopf.
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It is empty, not darkDark, in German, is dunkel.  (Or Schwarz, as in Schwarzwald)

>>> Terry Traynor <[log in to unmask]> 3/11/2010 1:36 PM >>>
>the phrase, "the Gulf claims," still is a puzzle.

Maybe because "the Gulf" seems to me to be a watery abyss, as in TWL's "Oed' und leer das Meer" (void and dark the sea), I read "the Gulf claims" as noun then verb, with three direct objects for the verb: the gull (both against and with the wind), the white feather in the snow, and the old man.