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* Alan Gillie, " The Origin of the Poverty Line ", Economic History Review, XLIX / 4 ( 1996 ), 726
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Francis Baines, Phil Beer, Martin Bell, Dave Bland, Joe Broughton, Pete Bullock, Bill Caddick, Simon Care, Martin Carthy, Alan Cave, Dolly Collins, Shirley Collins, Lol Coxhill, Trevor Crozier, Barry Dransfield, Howard Evans, Trevor Foster, Eric Hine, Gillie Nicholls, Tony Hall, Sue Harris, Keith Hinchcliffe, Ashley Hutchings, Alan Lumsden, Nic Jones, John Kirkpatrick, Chris Leslie, Cathy Lesurf, Dave Mattacks, Neil Marshall, Julie Matthews, John Maxwell, Steve Migden, Doug Morter, Ken Nicol, Simon Nicol, Philip Pickett, Roger Powell, Maddy Prior, Brian Protheroe, Alan Prosser, Jean-Pierre Rasle, Ashley Reed, Tim Renwick, John Rodd, Colin Ross, Ric Sanders, Steve Saunders, John Shepherd, Martin Simpson, John Sothcott, Roger Swallow, John Tams, Graeme Taylor, Linda Thompson, Richard Thompson, Eddie Upton, Lal and Mike Waterson, Dave Whetstone, Chris While, Kellie While, Ian Whiteman, Royston Woods and Pete Zorn.
Alan and Origin
* Alan Cantwell, in self-published books entitled AIDS and the Doctors of Death: An Inquiry into the Origin of the AIDS Epidemic and Queer Blood: The Secret AIDS Genocide Plot, says that HIV is a genetically modified organism developed by U. S. Government scientists and that it was introduced into the population through Hepatitis B experiments performed on gay and bisexual men between 1978 – 1981 in major U. S. cities.
However call ups for captain Alan Tongue to Country Origin, David Shillington to the Queensland State of Origin side and Tom Learoyd-Lahrs to the New South Wales Origin side now sees the Raiders with a solid spread of representative players in their squad.
Also, some of the earliest employees of Origin Systems worked there before moving on: Greg Malone ( Moebius, Windwalker ), Dallas Snell ( The Quest and Ring Quest ), Joel Rea ( The Quest and Ring Quest ), and Alan Gardner ( Windwalker, Ultima VI ).
Alan and Poverty
Alan Brinkley has suggested that " the gap between the expansive intentions of the War on Poverty and its relatively modest achievements fueled later conservative arguments that government is not an appropriate vehicle for solving social problems.
Alan and Line
British examples are At Risk ( 2004 ), Secret Asset ( 2006 ), Illegal Action ( 2007 ), and Dead Line ( 2008 ), by Dame Stella Rimington ( formerly the Director General of MI5 from 1992 to 1996 ) and The Code Snatch ( 2001 ) by Alan Stripp, formerly a cryptographer at Bletchley Park.
Such disparate writers as Joyce Carol Oates with Accursed Inhabitants of the House of Bly ( 1994 ), Louis Auchincloss with The Ambassadress ( 1950 ), Tom Stoppard with The Real Thing ( 1982 ), and Alan Hollinghurst with The Line of Beauty ( 2004 ) were explicitly influenced by James's works.
Notting Hill provides the setting for novels by G. K. Chesterton ( The Napoleon of Notting Hill ), Colin MacInnes ( Absolute Beginners ), Michael Moorcock ( the Jerry Cornelius quartet ), RC Sherriff ( The Hopkins Manuscript ), and Alan Hollinghurst ( The Line of Beauty ).
# Three Line Whipping ( October 18, 1987 ) – Alan spends the night at a famed local brothel where he enjoys some BDSM, and an aborted police raid nearly makes him late for a morning television interview.
The series also contained the Alan Moore Superman / Swamp Thing story " The Jungle Line " in DC Comics Presents # 85 ( Sept. 1985 ), pencilled by Rick Veitch and inked by Al Williamson.
Thus, the Peruvian Government under the second presidency of Alan García ( 2006 – 2011 ) put the Ministry of Transports and Communications in charge of completing Line 1, extending its current tracks up to Av.
In July 11, 2011 President Alan Garcia inaugurated Line 1 of the Lima Metro, in its second phase from Villa el Salvador to Downtown Lima.
In 2010 the government of Alan García renewed the project of Lima Metro, starting with the construction of Line 1.
It has also been cited by some academics as an example of an efficient system, most notably Dr Alan G Robinson of the Isenberg School of Management, University of Massachusetts Amherst, in his paper " How the Best Managers and Organisations Tap the Ideas of their Front Line People.
" Out in the Streets ," " The Thin Line " and " Platinum Blonde " are three of five tracks from a 1975 demo recorded by Alan Betrock ; all five were first issued on the 1994 compilation The Platinum Collection.
* 2007: The High Line is discussed in Alan Weisman's The World Without Us as an example of the reappearance of the wild in an abandoned area.
In 2004 Macfarlane sat on the panel of judges for the Man Booker Prize, which selected Alan Hollinghurst's The Line of Beauty as that year's winner, and in 2005 he guest-edited and introduced The Mays anthology of new writing.
Other productions have included Guys and Dolls, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum ( 2001 ) by Stephen Sondheim, Taxi-Cabaret ( 2002 ), Jesus Christ Superstar, Love, Sex and Everything in Between ( a revue done in fall, 2002 ), A Chorus Line ( 2003 ), Little Shop of Horrors ( 2003 ) by Alan Menken, That's Entertainment ( a revue done in fall, 2003 ), The Last Five Years ( By Jason Robert Brown ) ( 2004 ), Pippin ( 2004 ) ( By Stephen Schwartz ), You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown ( 2004 ) and the first summer show A Summer Revue produced in 2004.
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This latest incarnation is called the Alan Parsons Live Project, the name distinct from " The Alan Parsons Project ", due to founder Parsons ' break-up with Woolfson.
The U. S. Library of Congress has a collection of 3, 000 versions of and songs inspired by " Amazing Grace ", some of which were first-time recordings by folklorists Alan and John Lomax, a father and son team who in 1932 traveled thousands of miles across the South to capture the different regional styles of the song.
Alan Cameron, however, argues that it should be interpreted as referring to Plato, and that when Proclus writes that " we must bear in mind concerning this whole feat of the Athenians, that it is neither a mere myth nor unadorned history, although some take it as history and others as myth ", he is treating " Crantor's view as mere personal opinion, nothing more ; in fact he first quotes and then dismisses it as representing one of the two unacceptable extremes ".
William Forbes Skene and Alan Orr Anderson proposed that it should be read as " in conformity with the customs of the Gaels ", relating it to the claims in the king lists that Giric liberated the church from secular oppression and adopted Irish customs.
By the mid-20th century many rhyming slang expressions used the names of contemporary personalities, especially actors and performers: for example " Gregory Peck " meaning " neck " and also " cheque "; " Ruby Murray " meaning " curry "; " Alans ", meaning " knickers " from Alan Whicker ; " Max Miller " meaning " pillow " when pronounced / ˈpilə / and " Henry Halls ".
* Alan Turing, " On computable numbers, with an application to the Entscheidungsproblem ", Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society, Series 2, 42 ( 1937 ), pp 230 – 265.
* Toulmin, Stephen, " Fall of a Genius ", a book review of " Alan Turing: The Enigma by Andrew Hodges ", in The New York Review of Books, 19 January 1984, p. 3ff.
" Ed Sullivan will last ", comedian Fred Allen said, " as long as someone else has talent ", and frequent guest Alan King said " Ed does nothing, but he does it better than anyone else in television.
Of Alexander, Alan Brooke felt that he needed an able chief of staff " to think for him ", while Montgomery ( Alexander's subordinate in Africa and Italy ) claimed to think of Alexander as " incompetent " and success was only attained in Tunisia only because Montgomery lent Brian Horrocks to organise the coup de grace.
In the early 1960s the use of LSD and other hallucinogens was advocated by proponents of the new " consciousness expansion ", such as Timothy Leary, Alan Watts, Aldous Huxley and Arthur Koestler, their writings profoundly influenced the thinking of the new generation of youth.
* C. Gordon Bell, Alan Kotok, Thomas N. Hasting, Richard Hill, " The Evolution of the DECsystem-10 ", in C. Gordon Bell, J. Craig Mudge, John E. McNamara, Computer Engineering: A DEC View of Hardware Systems Design ( Digital Equipment, Beford, 1979 )
They scored another hit with songwriter, Alan O ' Day's " Rock and Roll Heaven ", a paean to several deceased rock singers: Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison, Otis Redding, Jim Croce and Bobby Darin are among the mentioned ( Croce and Darin died within three months of each other in late 1973, shortly before the song was released ).
In spring of 1997, the postmodern philosopher Fred Newman responded to the Sokal Affair publishing hoax in the paper " Science Can Do Better than Sokal: A Commentary on the So-Called Science Wars ", which he presented at the Postmodernism and the Social Sciences conference at the New School for Social Research ; Alan Sokal was a participant.
Their defense, considered the most intimidating in the NFL, was anchored by a defensive line nicknamed the " Purple People Eaters ", consisting of defensive tackles Gary Larsen and Alan Page, and defensive ends Carl Eller and Jim Marshall.
Their defense was once again anchored by a defensive line nicknamed the " Purple People Eaters ", consisting of defensive tackles Gary Larsen and Alan Page, and defensive ends Jim Marshall and Carl Eller.
Highlights of the album are a reggae version of the Beatles song " I Will ", a rendition of " Wake Nicodemus " featuring the Pipes and Drums of the 48th Highlanders of Canada, and a bar-room ballad, " Alan ", composed by Canadian singer / songwriter Tony Kosinec.
For the sake of his budding comedic career, he changed his surname to " Prinze ", which he chose because, according to his friend David Brenner, he originally wanted to be known as the King of comedy, but Alan King already had that last name, so he would be the Prince of comedy instead.
In Alan Moore's League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: 1969, a young Tom Marvolo Riddle ( introduced as " Tom ", whose middle name is a " marvel " and last name is a " conundrum ") appears, and becomes the new avatar of Oliver Haddo at the story's conclusion.
There are some vestiges of the Alans in Portugal, namely in Alenquer ( whose name may be Germanic for the Temple of the Alans, from " Alan Kerk ", and whose castle may have been established by them ; the Alaunt is still represented in that city's coat of arms ), in the construction of the castles of Torres Vedras and Almourol, and in the city walls of Lisbon, where vestiges of their presence may be found under the foundations of the Church of Santa Luzia.