Old hag - interludes

In the Netherlands , but also to lesser extent in Belgium , the personification of Death is known as Magere Hein ("Meager Hein"). Historically, he was sometimes simply referred to as Hein or variations thereof such as Heintje , Heintjeman and Oom Hendrik ("Uncle Hendrik "). Related archaic terms are Beenderman ("Bone-man"), Scherminkel (very meager person, "skeleton") and Maaijeman (" mow -man", a reference to his scythe ). [4]

The circus clown developed in the 19th century. The modern circus derives from Philip Astley 's London riding school, which opened in 1768. Astley added a clown to his shows to amuse the spectators between equestrian sequences. American comedian George L. Fox became known for his clown role, directly inspired by Grimaldi, in the 1860s. Tom Belling senior (1843–1900) developed the "red clown" or "Auguste" ( Dummer August ) character c. 1870, acting as a foil for the more sophisticated "white clown". Belling worked for Circus Renz in Vienna. Belling's costume became the template for the modern stock character of circus or children's clown, based on a lower class or "hobo" character, with red nose, white makeup around the eyes and mouth, and oversized clothes and shoes. The clown character as developed by the late 19th century is reflected in Ruggero Leoncavallo 's 1892 opera Pagliacci ("Clowns"). Belling's Auguste character was further popularized by Nicolai Poliakoff 's Coco in the 1920s to 1930s.

A description of tropes appearing in Fate/Grand Order . Fate/Grand Order is a mobile phone game entry in the massively popular Fate franchise, developed …

However, recruiting the Doom Legion before the Evil Citadel is set up means that they will be at your command for the move. Do not underestimate the value of this.

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