[permalink] [id link]
**" The Roman Canon dates in essentials from before St. Gregory the Great, who died in 604, and who is credited with adding a phrase to it.
Some Related Sentences
**" and from
**" S4 " suspension package and Brembo brakes for 1986 models ( from VIN 1001 and November 1985 onwards in North America ).
**" Tears In Heaven " (# 2, nominated for a Golden Globe award, 1993 Grammy for Song Of The Year, 1993 Ivor Novello award from British Academy of Songwriters, Composers, and Authors )
**" Point-Counterpoint ", in which Jimmy and Seamus try to debate an issue from different points of view.
**" A Breathtaking Guy " – from the 1964 album, Where Did Our Love Go – all group members have a lead line on the song ’ s chorus
**" Long Gone Lover " – also from Where Did Our Love Go – has the lead on the intro ( and repeats her part in the break ), with Florence Ballard on lead on the outro and Diana Ross leading the rest of the song
**" Baby Love " – from Where Did Our Love Go – Diana leads but Flo & Mary each has brief solos ( ad-libs ) on the released ( second ) version of the song.
**" How Do You Do It " – from the 1964 album, A Bit of Liverpool – all three members of the group sing the song's lead vocal in unison.
**" It Makes No Difference Now " – from the group's 1965 album The Supremes Sing Country, Western and Pop – this was the first released track to feature all group members on lead vocals on a song verse
**" Falling In Love With Love " – from the group's tribute album The Supremes Sing Rodgers & Hart, a duet with Diana Ross ; also featured on the live album Farewell
**" Can't Take My Eyes Off You " – from the live album Farewell ; first featured as a duet with Temptations singer Eddie Kendricks on the album Together
**" and before
**" Runner of Pern ", by Anne McCaffrey ( 1998 novella original to Legends ; set some time before the events of Dragonflight )
**" and St
**" and .
**" Return of the Swallow ", annual observance of the swallows ' return to Mission San Juan Capistrano in California.
**" BOOKS OF THE TIMES ; What's Wrong With the SAT and Its Elite Progeny " Review by Christopher Lehmann-Haupt, The New York Times, Oct. 4, 1999