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* McCullough, Helen Craig, Brocade by Night: ' Kokin Wakashū ' and the Court Style in Japanese Classical Poetry, Stanford University Press, 1985
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McCullough and Helen
* McCullough, Helen Craig, Kokin Wakashū: The First Imperial Anthology of Japanese Poetry, with ' Tosa Nikki ' and ' Shinsen Waka, Stanford University Press 1985
Helen McCullough describes Murasaki's writing as of universal appeal and believes The Tale of Genji " transcends both its genre and age.
* McCullough, Helen Craig, Classical Japanese prose: an anthology, Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 1990, ISBN 0-8047-1628-5
According to Helen Craig McCullough, she references the unique disposition of Minamoto choosing his chief warrior.
Additional information on " Ogata No Saburo Koreyoshi and Ogata Shuma and Oka Castle " by Ogata, Terumi Masters Arts History, Public Historian-Source of information comes from Helen Craig McCullough's Book " The Tale of the Heike " By Helen Craig McCullough-subnote: Helen Craig McCullough Author and translator of the " Heike Tales " McCullough is the scholar and historian who should be credited with the translations.
Inglis was born in Savannah, Georgia, the son of Helen Louise ( née McCullough ) and Allick Wyllie Inglis, Jr.
In 1883, he returned to the U. S. and toured first with John Edward McCullough and then Helen Barry.
McCullough and by
A literature review by Michael McCullough and Camile Farah, published in the Australian Dental Journal in 2008, focused on a possible connection between mouthwashes that contain alcohol, and an increased risk of oral cancer.
This dual rôle allowed the Committee, to which Clarke and MacDermott added themselves shortly afterward, to promote their own policies and personnel independently of both the Volunteer Executive and the IRB Executive — in particular Volunteer Chief of Staff Eoin MacNeill, who supported a rising only on condition of an increase in popular support following unpopular moves by the London government, such as the introduction of conscription or an attempt to suppress the Volunteers or its leaders, and IRB President Denis McCullough, who held similar views.
Similarly, in the north, several Volunteer companies were mobilised at Coalisland in County Tyrone including 132 men from Belfast led by IRB President Dennis McCullough.
Although vastly outnumbered by the growing crowd out on the street, Sheriff McCullough was determined to prevent another lynching and turned the men away.
In 1993 the Private Eye was used in Thad Starner's wearable, based on Doug Platt's system and built from a kit from Park Enterprises, a Private Eye display on loan from Devon Sean McCullough, and the Twiddler chording keyboard made by Handykey.
* Catilina's conspiracy and Cicero's actions as Consul figure prominently in the novel Caesar's Women by Colleen McCullough as a part of her Masters of Rome series.
* Crassus is a major character in the novels Fortune's Favourites and Caesar's Women by Colleen McCullough.
One example is I, Claudius, by 20th-century writer Robert Graves ; another is the Masters of Rome series by Colleen McCullough.
It crosses the Chetco River at Brookings, the Rogue River in Gold Beach, the Coquille River just north of Bandon, Coos Bay at North Bend via the McCullough Bridge, named after the engineer who designed a series of bridges built on the Oregon Coast in the 1930s, the Umpqua at Reedsport, the Siuslaw in Florence, Yaquina Bay at Newport, and the Columbia River by Astoria.
In Antony and Cleopatra by Colleen McCullough, Livia is portrayed as a cunning and effective advisor to her husband, whom she loves passionately.
* In the novel Antony and Cleopatra by Colleen McCullough, Caesarion is portrayed as a precociously wise young man who deplores many of his mother ’ s and Antony ’ s actions.
* Tisiphone appears as a major supporting character in the WebMage series of Cyberpunk fantasy novels by Kelly McCullough.
The historical novel The First Man in Rome and The Grass Crown, by Colleen McCullough, largely focus on the rise and fall of Gaius Marius and his lengthy career.
In 1944, Dalmo Victor established the city's first large electronics plant, followed soon after by Eitel McCullough, Varian Associates, and GTE Lenkurt.
The borough was ultimately named for the " Washington House ", a tavern built by Revolutionary War Col. William McCullough in 1811 that was later destroyed by fire in 1869.
In the mid-1990s, The Walt Disney Company planned to build a history-themed park, to be called Disney's America, in Haymarket, but the plan was scrapped due to opposition from a variety of groups, including one led by noted historian David McCullough.
* " Morgan's Run " by Colleen McCullough is a 20th Century novel dealing with the main characters deportation to the Australian penal colony.
She was the daughter of Esther Ann ( née McCullough ) and Franklin Summer Tarbell, a teacher and a joiner by trade, who used his trade to build wooden oil storage tanks.
McCullough and Night
Despite the controversy, five years after the premiere Paul McCullough of Take One observed that Night of the Living Dead was the " most profitable horror film ever [...] produced outside the walls of a major studio ".
McCullough and Court
In November 2000, McCullough was elected to the North Carolina Court of Appeals with just over 50 percent of the vote, defeating incumbent Clarence Horton.
McCullough is a registered Republican, but in his 2008 bid for re-election, he cited bipartisan support from notables such as former NC Supreme Court Chief Justices Burley Mitchell ( a Democrat ) and I. Beverly Lake, Jr. ( a Republican ).< ref >