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* Pirate Tape ( William S. Burroughs Film ) ( 1982 )
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In 1982, Avatar took part in some heavy metal compilations, most notably " The YNF Pirate Tape ", a promotion by Tampa rock radio station 95ynf for local Florida bands.
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Pirate luminaries such as William Kidd, Henry Every, John Bowen, and Thomas Tew made Antongil Bay and Nosy Boraha ( St. Mary ’ s Island ) ( a small island 12 miles off the north-east coast of Madagascar ) their bases of operations.
* Anton Gill, The Devil's Mariner: A Life of William Dampier, Pirate And Explorer, 1651-1715 ( 1997 )
A new Pirate trio was recruited, Johnny Spence ( bass ) ( born John Spencer Holliday, 26 January 1942, in Birmingham, Warwickshire ), Frank Farley ( drums ) ( born Frank William Farley, 18 February 1942, in Belgaum, India ) and Johnny Patto ( lead guitar ), who had recently backed Cuddly Dudley as " The Redcaps ".
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In the U. S., third parties include older ones such as the Libertarian Party and the Green Party and newer ones such as the Pirate Party.
On May 29, 1838, 13 raiders, mostly Canadian refugees from the 1837 rebellion, led by " Pirate " Bill Johnston, retaliated by capturing, looting, and burning the British steamer Sir Robert Peel while she was in U. S. waters.
An exhibition entitled " Real Pirates: The Untold Story of ' The Whydah ' ( from Slave Ship to Pirate Ship )" is touring the U. S. Venues include Cincinnati Museum Center, Cincinnati, OH ; The Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, PA ; The Field Museum, Chicago, IL ; Nauticus, Norfolk, VA ; St. Louis, MO and Houston, TX.
His Gilbert and Sullivan roles for Opera Australia include the featured comedic role of " Ko-Ko " in The Mikado ( 2004 / 2009 ), " Archibald Grosvenor " in Patience ( 1996 ), " Pirate King " in The Pirates of Penzance ( 2006-2007 / 2010 ) and in the 2005 double-bill of Trial by Jury ( as the " Learned Judge ") and H. M. S.
Born On A Pirate Ship was awarded gold status in the U. S. in 2000, after the band became more popular there.
Westwood One nationally syndicated a live KQLZ produced show " Pirate Radio U. S. A ." on Saturday nights from November 1989 through October 1993 when the show ceased production several months after the Los Angeles station changed its format.
He is best known for his novels Squaresville Jag, The Cozmozoids, Android Armageddon, Black Pirate, Panther John, the Miss From S. I. S.
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Pirate Manager Danny Murtaugh said he hadn't decided between Mizell and Vern Law for Wednesday's game.
Perhaps the Pirate who will be the unhappiest over the news that Musial probably will sit out most of the series is Bob Friend, who was beaten by The Man twice last season on dramatic home runs.
After the 2011 state election, there is a coalition of the Social Democratic Party with the Christian Democratic Union, and for the first time ever, the Pirate Party won seats in a state parliament in Germany.
Former Pittsburgh Pirate manager Lloyd McClendon is jokingly referred to as having " stolen first " in a June 26, 2001 game – after disputing a call at first base, he yanked the base out of the ground and left the field with it, delaying the game.
In two, The Flame and the Arrow and The Crimson Pirate, a friend from his circus years, Nick Cravat, played a key supporting role, and both actors impressed audiences with their acrobatic prowess.
Kidd then sailed to the Strait of Bab-el-Mandeb at the southern entrance of the Red Sea, one of the most popular haunts of rovers on the Pirate Round.
The other version was presented by Richard Zacks in his 2002 book The Pirate Hunter: The True Story of Captain Kidd.
Shortly before quitting, he moonlighted as a comic book artist, contributing half the artwork for a one-shot comic book ( the other half of the art being done by story partner Jack Hannah ) titled Donald Duck Finds Pirate Gold.
But to earn a living in the meantime he inquired whether Western Publishing, which had published Pirate Gold, had any need for artists for Donald Duck comic book stories.
According to critic Geoffrey Blum, the process that saw its beginnings in 1942's Pirate Gold first bore its full fruit in 1950's ' Vacation Time ,' which he describes as ' a visual primer for reading comics and understanding ... the form ...." From the early 1950s Barks undertook the quarterly adventures of Uncle Scrooge and the duck clan in Scrooge's own title.
Ure and his partner Lawrence " Pirate " Kelly were quite profitable at their smuggling business and played hide-and-seek with the United States Customs Department for years.
The Pirate Island, introduced in newer editions, is the first scenario which changes the mechanics of new gameplay elements introduced in Seafarers.
The Pirate Island had previously been available as a downloadable scenario ( but only in German ) suitable for the older editions.
On November 9, 2010, LimeWire was resurrected by a secret team of developers and named LimeWire Pirate Edition.
Behrman's play The Pirate, with songs by Cole Porter, in which Kelly plays the eponymous swashbuckler.
The Pirate gave full rein to Kelly's athleticism and is probably best remembered for Kelly's work with The Nicholas Brothers – the leading African-American dancers of their day – in a virtuoso dance routine.
Among Gallifrey's wildlife are creatures called flutterwings ( mentioned in The Pirate Planet ) and The Mark of the Rani implies that a species similar to cats also exists.
For example, Monkey Day celebrated on December 14, International Talk Like a Pirate Day observed on September 19 and Blasphemy Day is September 30.
In the United States, the conflict was sometimes also referred to as the Undeclared War With France, the Pirate Wars, or the Half-War.
Moreover, it took just one in-game glimpse of Clemente's already storied throwing prowess to put the fear of God into Yankee base-runners, a factor which contributed to more than one Pirate victory.