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) Their loosely structured show with the musicians sitting in a semicircle, a tambourine player on one end and a bones player on the other, set the precedent for what would soon become the first act of a standard three-act minstrel show.
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Their uniforms tend to fit rather loosely, and often feature large phaser holsters that allow the entire weapon to be ' dropped in ', hiding most of it from view.
Their legs, technically called lobopods, are loosely conical in shape, tapering from the body to their clawed tips.
Their story was familiar to Asimov from his recent reading of Robert Graves's novel Count Belisarius, and of his earlier study of Edward Gibbon's History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, on which the entire series is loosely based.
The complete line-up of The Flower Pot Men and Their Garden, as they were sometimes billed, was loosely based around the following:
Their self-titled debut, recorded after just a few rehearsals, contained instrumentals which were largely improvised versions of simple rock-oriented motifs based loosely on ' 70s bands such as Boston, Bachman – Turner Overdrive and Yes.
Their debut album Get Heavy was released in November, with a cover design loosely based on Kiss's Love Gun album.
Their experiments in long, loosely structured grooves, best heard on the Express Yourself and You're So Beautiful albums, could be heard as both influences on and influenced by contemporaries such as Sly and the Family Stone, the Isley Brothers and Parliament-Funkadelic.
Their first major project together, a spec Muppet movie, Kermit, Prince of Denmark, which was very loosely based on Hamlet, won them ( as part of a tie ) part of the $ 150, 000 Kleban Award.
Their personalities and appearances were loosely inspired by real players, such as Stretch, the " cover athlete " who resembled Julius Erving in looks and abilities.
Their function is loosely defined, though their duties are divided into the two general categories of protection and propagation of the Bahá ' í Faith.
Their more recent work includes the " Ultra N-Project " ( Ultraman the Next and Ultraman Nexus ) and Bio Planet WoO, based loosely on an unused concept which was planned before the production of Ultra Q, but never filmed.
Their religions fall loosely around a mythology of building, construction and technology, none of which are explicitly theistic.
Their minstrel show also included a comic scene loosely based on the song, " Dan Tucker on Horseback ", about a black riding master.
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Their television business is structured around a flagship channel and a number of smaller specialized, niche channels.
Their novels, which were written and structured in the genre's 1930s style, feature protagonists antithetical to James Bond.
Their days are structured by the selection of offices they follow ; the gathering for prayer at Matins ( at midnight ) and the following service of Lauds, Prime at 6 am, Vespers at 6 pm and Compline at 8 or 9 pm ( depending on the season ).
Their primary function is to generate profits for their stockholders, but they are structured and regulated by the US government to enhance the availability and reduce the cost of credit to targeted borrowing sectors.
Their other responsibilities include maintaining a structured stream of information from the crew to Mission Support, establishing the agenda for each day ( EVAs, maintenance, cooking, cleaning, etc.
Their mission statement was defined as " the protection of the nation ," and their main role was as a rapid-response police force, structured after and trained by the instructors from the Schutzpolizei of East Germany.
Their employment in day-to-day operations should be structured to complement mobilization readiness requirements.
Their qualitative study involved 700 adult and adolescent participants who answered a structured questionnaire about prescription medication history, prescription medication loaning / borrowing history, and likelihood of sharing / borrowing medication.
Their music was very experimental and often involved spontaneously improvising pre-existing structured and arranged material.
Their software platform, known as Semantica, allows users to perform intelligence analysis, data fusion and visualization of all kinds of information, be it structured, unstructured, temporal, or geospatial.
Their abstraction level is close to structured program code and modifications require the whole diagram to be redrawn.
Their music, defined by the band members as " spunk rock ", is heavily structured and influenced by pop music by way of catchy rhythms and bright lyrics.
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Defoe then commented, `` If they Could Draw that young Gentleman into Their Measures They would show themselves quickly, for they are not asham'd to Say They want only a head to Make a beginning ''.
Their actions sometimes have extreme consequences, but often for others, for which they themselves show no remorse whatsoever.
Their many differences in features such as biochemistry, pigmentation, and nutrient reserves show that they diverged very early in evolutionary time.
Their CCTV live show was featured at major festivals including Glastonbury, Roskilde, Sónar, the Montreux Jazz Festival, and John Peel's Meltdown.
Their semi-major axes show a preference for the middle of the main belt ; arguably, smaller objects close to the limiting resonances have been either captured into resonance or have their orbits modified by Neptune.
Their music and stage show mingle kitsch science fiction themes, deadpan surrealist humor, and mordantly satirical social commentary.
Their main purpose in the novel is to show the reader the contrast between the firemen who do as they're told without question and someone like Montag, who formerly took pride in his job, but now realizes how damaging it is to society.
They have entered two plays into the Capital Fringe Festival in Washington, D. C .. Their 2007 show, For Boston, won " Best Comedy ", and their second show, The Sticking Place, won " Best Overall " in 2008.
In early times, horror films such as My Bloody Valentine ( 1981 ), Halloween ( 1978 ), and Friday the 13th ( 1980 ) pertained mostly to a male audience in order to " feed the fantasies of young men ".< ref name = Nowell > Their main focus was to express the fear of women and show them as monsters ; however, this ideal is no longer prevalent in horror films .< ref name = Williams > Women have become not only the main audience and fans of horror films but also the main protagonists of contemporary horror films.
Their show grew quickly until it was carried by close to a hundred stations, with average viewers numbering over twelve million, and the Bakkers had established their own network, The PTL Television Network ( also known as PTL-The Inspirational Network ).
Their early chamber works ( and those of Béla Bartók, who was friendly with Dohnányi ) show a thoroughgoing absorption of the Brahmsian idiom.
Their stage routines were a loose combination of martial arts, military drill and " step show " dances lifted from black college fraternities.
Their rendition of " Beetle " is immensely popular with fans and listeners alike and became a staple of the show.
Their " balls-to-the-wall hardcore punk attempt ", their first EP Stink, containing " Kids Don't Follow " and seven other songs, was released in June 1982, six months after the Chicago show.
Their city is not built continuously, and has no splendid temples or other edifices ; it rather resembles a group of villages, like the ancient towns of Hellas, and would therefore make a poor show.
Their data show that the most-cited think tank was the Brookings Institution, followed by the Council on Foreign Relations, the American Enterprise Institute, the Heritage Foundation, and the Center for Strategic and International Studies.
Later, the producers of the British talent show Stars in Their Eyes forced a contestant to censor one of its lines, changing "... all it takes is one itchy trigger – One more widow, one less white nigger " to "... one less white figure ".
Their juggling of objects while in orbit was featured in ' Apogee of Fear ', the first science fiction movie made in space by Garriott and ' Zero-G Magic ', a magic show also recorded in space by Chamitoff and Garriott at that time.
Their eponymous television show ran from 1988 to 1994 on CBC in Canada, and 1989 to 1995 on CBS and HBO in the United States.
Their goal was to create a children's television show that would " master the addictive qualities of television and do something good with them ", such as helping young children prepare for school.