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He remained semi-active, having designed at least one book cover in the 1980s and four cd covers for Harmonie Ensemble / New York, Steven Richman, conductor: Stravinsky: Histoire du Soldat, Premieres and Rarities GRAMMY AWARD NOMINATION Koch International Classics ; Copland: Rarities and Premieres Bridge Records ; Symphonic Jazz: Ferde Grofe and George Gershwin in Original Paul Whiteman Orchestra Versions Bridge Records ; Dvorak Day Concert Dvorak Festival Orchestra of New York, Steven Richman, conductor Music and Arts
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* 1998 JOSEPH JEFFERSON NOMINATION, Best Actress in a Musical for " Play On ," Goodman Theater, Chicago
* 1992 SOAP OPERA DIGEST NOMINATION, Best Featured Actress in a Daytime Drama for " All My Children "
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The Orioles experienced their greatest success from 1964 – 1983, as well as 1996-1997, winning eight Division Championships ( 1969 – 1971, 1973 – 1974, 1979, 1983, 1997 ), six pennants ( 1966, 1969 – 1971, 1979, 1983 ), three World Series Championships ( 1966, 1970, 1983 ), one wild card berth ( 1996 ), and five Most Valuable Player awards ( 3B Brooks Robinson 1964, OF Frank Robinson 1966, 1B Boog Powell 1970 and SS Cal Ripken Jr. 1983 & 1991 ).
Examples include Arsenic and Old Lace ( 1944 ), Monsieur Verdoux ( 1947 ), Kind Hearts and Coronets ( 1949 ), The Ladykillers ( 1955 ), Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb ( 1964 ), The Loved One ( 1965 ), MASH ( 1970 ), Monty Python's The Meaning of Life ( 1983 ), Brazil ( 1985 ), The War of the Roses ( 1989 ), Heathers ( 1989 ), Your Friends & Neighbors ( 1998 ), Keeping Mum ( 2005 ), and Burn After Reading ( 2008 ).
), The CND Story: The first 25 years of CND in the words of the people involved ( Allison & Busby: London, 1983 ) ISBN 0-85031-487-9
The English composer Herbert Howells ( 1892 – 1983 ) wrote two significant collections of pieces for clavichord ( Lambert's Clavichord & Howells ' Clavichord ).
* Grabow, Stephen: Christopher Alexander: The Search for a New Paradigm in Architecture, Routledge & Kegan Paul, London and Boston, 1983.
This construction was originally described by Cundy & Rollett ( 1961 ) and later generalised by Wenninger ( 1983 ).
Mathematics ( Sweller, J., Mawer, R. F., & Ward, M. R., 1983 ) and physics ( Chi, Feltovich, & Glaser, 1981 ) are common domains for these studies.
Media fans, have, on occasion, organized on behalf of canceled television series, with notable success in cases such as Star Trek in 1968, Cagney & Lacey in 1983, Xena: Warrior Princess, in 1995, Roswell in 2000 and 2001 ( it was canceled with finality at the end of the 2002 season ), Farscape in 2002, Firefly in 2002, and Jericho in 2007.
Gloria Gaynor ( born September 7, 1949 ) is an American singer, best known for the disco era hits ; " I Will Survive " ( Hot 100 number 1, 1979 ), " Never Can Say Goodbye " ( Hot 100 number 9, 1974 ), " Let Me Know ( I Have a Right )" ( Hot 100 number 42, 1980 ) and " I Am What I Am " ( R & B number 82, 1983 ).
In 1983, she released an album entitled Gloria Gaynor, in which she rejected disco for mid-tempo R & B and Pop style songs.
In 1983, he worked to license the D & D product line into the successful Dungeons & Dragons cartoon series.
* Beer, Gillian, Darwin's Plots: Evolutionary Narrative in Darwin, George Eliot and Nineteenth-Century Fiction, London, Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1983, ISBN 0-521-78392-5.
For example, producer Mark " Hot Rod " Trollan copied bass-line sections from the 1983 Italo disco song " Feels Good ( Carrots & Beets )" ( by Electra featuring Tara Butler ) to form the basis of his 1986 production of " Your Love " by Jamie Principle.
His best known and most substantial work is the 23 completed comic books in The Adventures of Tintin series, which he wrote and illustrated from 1929 until his death in 1983, although he was also responsible for other well-known comic book series such as Quick & Flupke ( 1930 – 1940 ) and Jo, Zette and Jocko ( 1936 – 1957 ).
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American stage and screen actress Helen Hayes portrayed Miss Marple in two American made-for-TV movies, both for CBS: A Caribbean Mystery ( 1983 ) and Murder with Mirrors ( 1984 ).
The system had been designed in 1983 through 1984 with an intended mass market rollout in June 1984, but was canceled shortly thereafter due to the sale of the company to Tramiel Technology Ltd on July 2, 1984.
After a decade as president of the Australian Council of Trade Unions, he entered parliament as a Labor MP at the 1980 federal election and became Prime Minister within three years, leading Labor to victory at four consecutive federal elections: 1983, 1984, 1987 and 1990.
While Capcom's first product was the coin-operated Little League from July 1983, its first real video game, the arcade title Vulgus, was released in May 1984.
Also in 1983, he recorded tracks including " In England and In Africa " and " Sing Like Billy Bragg " which were used as a ‘ demo ’ to secure a further Peel Session in 1984, where he performed three songs including " Hands Together Eyes Closed ".
By May 1984, Ken Barlow stood as the only original cast member, after the departures of Ena Sharples ( in 1980 ), Annie Walker ( in 1983 ), Elsie Tanner ( in 1984 ) and Albert Tatlock ( also 1984 ).
In 1983, antihero Len Fairclough ( Peter Adamson ), one of the show's central male characters since 1961, was killed off, and in 1984, Stan Ogden ( Bernard Youens ) died.
He received accolades for his portrayal of Sydney Carton in a made for television version of A Tale of Two Cities ( 1980 ), co-starred with Dennis Hopper in The Osterman Weekend ( 1983 ), which was based on the Robert Ludlum novel of the same name, and co-starred with Goldie Hawn in Protocol ( 1984 ).
Licensed miniature manufacturers who produced official figures include Grenadier Miniatures ( 1980 – 1983 ), Citadel Miniatures ( 1984 – 1986 ), Ral Partha, and TSR itself.
While they continued to play live shows during 1983 and 1984, they took a break from releasing new records to concentrate on the Alternative Tentacles record label, which would become synonymous with DIY alternative culture.
Spain, Portugal ( 1974 ), and several of the military dictatorships in South America returned to civilian rule in the late 1970s and early 1980s ( Argentina in 1983, Bolivia, Uruguay in 1984, Brazil in 1985, and Chile in the early 1990s ).
The strip underwent a significant change after Trudeau returned to it from a 22-month hiatus ( from January 1983 to October 1984 ).
( Parton's March 1983 performance at London's Dominion Theatre from this tour was filmed and broadcast as a television special in the U. S .) From 1984 to 1985, she toured alongside Kenny Rogers for the Real Love Tour.
In December 1983, Plato moved in with rock guitarist Lanny Lambert ; the couple married in April 24, 1984.
These clashes flared into another outbreak of serious fighting in January 1981 called the Paquisha War ; similar incidents occurred in 1983 and again in 1984.
) The ephemerides continued on this basis through 1983 ( with some changes due to adoption of improved values of astronomical constants ), after which, for 1984 onwards, they adopted the JPL ephemerides.
This was mainly due to the song " I Am What I Am ", which became a hit at dance clubs, and then on the Club Play chart in late 1983 / early 1984.
Further disappointment followed in the 1983 – 1984 season when the team again reached the Coppa Italia final, only to lose the Cup in the final minutes of the return match against defending Serie A champions Roma.