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* Pleiades ( magazine ) or, Pleiades: A Journal of New Writing, magazine that publishes fiction, poetry, essays, and book reviews
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Later Huna teachers have placed it firmly in the New Age, with Serge King referring to Hawaiians as originally aliens from the Pleiades and as remnants of the mythical advanced civilizations of Mu or Lemuria, and Pila Chiles associating the islands with chakras, vortexes and lay lines.
To the Māori of New Zealand, the Pleiades are called Matariki and their heliacal rising signifies the beginning of the new year ( around June ).
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* Con † Stellation I: The Pleiades, the first in an annual series of science fiction conventions in Huntsville, Alabama, USA
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" P. V. Vartak suggests in his book, The Scholarly Dating of Mahabharat, that the " slipping of Abhijit " and ascension of Krittika ( Pleiades ) might refer to the gradual drop of Vega as a pole star since 12, 000 BC.
When Prince Red attacks him at a fabulously opulent party in Paris, he scars Lorq's face badly ; but Lorq refuses to remove the scarring and as a result carries an air of menace. As the book unfolds, Lorq learns that his family was founded by pirates, who killed members of the Red family in previous generations in order to keep the Pleiades free of Earth-based corporations, although Lorq's ancestors did so with the support of the Pleiades ' citizens.
In his book The World of the Maya, Osmanagić asserts that the Maya came from the Pleiades by way of Atlantis.
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On July 23, 1894, the Parisian magazine Le Petit Journal organized what is considered to be the world's first motoring competition from Paris to Rouen.
In 1819 Brewster undertook further editorial work by establishing, in conjunction with Robert Jameson ( 1774 – 1854 ), the Edinburgh Philosophical Journal, which took the place of the Edinburgh magazine.
Alex Soma's Horrors of the Screen, Calvin T. Beck's Journal of Frankenstein ( later Castle of Frankenstein ) and Gary Svehla ’ s Gore Creatures were the first horror fanzines created as more serious alternatives to the popular Forrest J Ackerman 1958 magazine Famous Monsters of Filmland.
He was also among the founders of The Science School Journal, a school magazine which allowed him to express his views on literature and society, as well as trying his hand at fiction: the first version of his novel The Time Machine was published in the journal under the title, The Chronic Argonauts.
Journal of the Travellers Aid Society is a role-playing game magazine devoted to Traveller, commonly abbreviated JTAS.
These were called " smashes " or " spoons ", and they were written about quite frankly in stories for girls aspiring to attend college in publications such as Ladies Home Journal, a children's magazine titled St. Nicholas, and a collection called Smith College Stories, without negative views.
Also among the early 32 members were syndicated panel cartoonists Dave Breger ( Mister Breger ), George Clark ( The Neighbors ), Bob Dunn ( Just the Type ) and Jimmy Hatlo ( They'll Do It Every Time ); freelance magazine cartoonists Abner Dean and Mischa Richter, editorial cartoonists Rube Goldberg ( New York Sun ), Burris Jenkins ( New York Journal American ), C. D. Batchelor ( Daily News ) and Richard Q. Yardley ( The Baltimore Sun ); sports cartoonist Lou Hanlon ; illustrator Russell Patterson and comic book artists Joe Shuster and Joe Musial.
It publishes the peer reviewed quarterly Journal of the Society for Psychical Research ( JSPR ), the irregular Proceedings and the magazine Paranormal Review.
In response, Wall Street Journal online columnist James Taranto jokingly called Scientific American " a liberal political magazine ".
MegaTraveller ( 1987 – 1992 ) was published by GDW but designed by Digest Group Publications which published the popular Traveller's Digest ( later the MegaTraveller Journal ) Traveller support magazine.
In 1896 Outcault was hired away at a much higher salary to William Randolph Hearst's New York Journal American where he drew the Yellow Kid in a new full-page color strip which was significantly violent and even vulgar compared to his first panels for Truth magazine.
The British science magazine Science Journal, published 1965 – 71, was merged with the New Scientist to form New Scientist and Science Journal.
Lady Audley's Secret was partially serialized in Robin Goodfellow magazine July – September 1861, then entirely serialized in Sixpenny Magazine January – December 1862 and once again serialized in London Journal March – August 1863.
In May 1967, the Salisbury Daily Times referred to Twiggy as a supermodel ; the February 1968 article of Glamour magazine listed all 19 " supermodels "; the Chicago Daily Defender wrote " New York Designer Turns Super Model " in January 1970 ; The Washington Post and Mansfield News Journal used the term in 1971 ; and in 1974 both the Chicago Tribune and The Advocate also used the term " supermodel " in their articles.
With his brother William Conant Church he established The Army and Navy Journal in 1863, and Galaxy magazine in 1866.
* Revista pădurilor ( Journal of Forests, Romania, 1881 – 1882 ; 1886 – present ), the oldest extant magazine in Romania
" Similar concerns over the production's casting and performances were also raised by critics from the New York magazine, The Hollywood Reporter, The Wall Street Journal, New York Daily News, Time Out New York and Bloomberg News.
The magazine was created as a merger between the Microsoft Systems Journal ( MSJ ) and Microsoft Internet Developer ( MIND ) magazines in March 2000.
The motto was taken in turn from Gentleman's Journal, a similar magazine which ran briefly from 1692 to 1694.
The journal, History Teacher, wrote of the Journal of Historical Review that the " magazine is shockingly racist and antisemitic: articles on ' America's Failed Racial Policy ' and anti-Israel pieces accompany those about gas chambers ...
In an article in the December 2004 edition of the magazine Royalty Digest: A Journal of Record Peter de Malama wrote that his cousin, Dmitri Yakovlevich Malama, an officer in the Imperial Russian Cavalry, met Tatiana when he was wounded in 1914 and a romance later developed between Tatiana and the young man when he was appointed an equerry to the court of the Tsar at Tsarskoye Selo.
" Dan Papia then introduced it to the English-speaking world and popularized it as a monthly feature in his magazine, Tokyo Journal, encouraging readers to send in ideas.
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If it is not enough that all of our internationalist One Worlders are advocating that we join this market, I refer you to an article in the New York Times' magazine section ( Nov. 12, 1961 ), by Mr. Eric Johnston, entitled `` We Must Join The Common Market ''.
Best known for his novels including Brave New World and a wide-ranging output of essays, Huxley also edited the magazine Oxford Poetry, and published short stories, poetry, travel writing, film stories and scripts.
The band has been mentioned or featured in various newspapers and magazines: the Vancouver Sun, Northshore News ( Vancouver, Canada newspaper ), New Times ( Los Angeles weekly entertainment newspaper ), BLU Magazine ( underground hip hop magazine ), BAM Magazine ( Southern California ), La Banda Elastica Magazine, and the Los Angeles Times Calendar section.
People magazine ran a substantial feature, and even the comics-free New York Times devoted nearly a full page to the event ," wrote publisher Denis Kitchen.
The original team was christened the Blue Angels in 1946, when one of the pilots came across the name of New York City's Blue Angel Nightclub in The New Yorker magazine ; the team introduced themselves as the " Blue Angels " to the public for the first time on 21 July 1946, in Omaha, Nebraska.
Russell Patterson and Carolyn Wells ' New Adventures of Flossy Frills was a continuing strip series seen on Sunday magazine covers.
Russell Patterson and Carolyn Wells ' New Adventures of Flossy Frills ( January 26, 1941 ), an example of comic strips on Sunday magazine s.
This article uses the term " content control ", a term also used on occasion by CNN, Playboy magazine the San Francisco Chronicle and the New York Times.
In 2010, the British magazine New Statesman listed Craig Venter at 14th in the list of " The World's 50 Most Influential Figures 2010 ".
The magazine also was essential to the creation of the Nouvelle Vague, or New Wave, of French cinema, which centered on films directed by Cahiers authors such as Godard and Truffaut.
As a guest photographer for a magazine series called " They Shoot New York ," she appeared on the cover holding a Pentax K1000 film camera.
zoologia ), and seeër ( now more commonly see-er ), but this practice has become far less common ; The New Yorker magazine is one of the few major publications that still uses it.
He is the founder of the software companies Living Videotext and Userland Software, a former contributing editor for the Web magazine HotWired, the author of the Scripting News weblog, a former research fellow at Harvard Law School, and current visiting scholar at New York University's Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute.
Bellamy himself came to actively participate in the political movement which emerged around his book, particularly after 1891 when he founded his own magazine, The New Nation, and began to promote united action between the various Nationalist Clubs and the emerging People's Party.
He was a contributor to The New Yorker magazine and a co-author of the English language style guide, The Elements of Style, which is commonly known as " Strunk & White.
He published his first article in The New Yorker magazine in 1925, then joined the staff in 1927 and continued to contribute for around six decades.
Best recognized for his essays and unsigned " Notes and Comment " pieces, he gradually became the most important contributor to The New Yorker at a time when it was arguably the most important American literary magazine.
From the beginning to the end of his career at the New Yorker, he frequently provided what the magazine calls " Newsbreaks " ( short, witty comments on oddly worded printed items from many sources ) under various categories such as " Block That Metaphor.
In 1949, White published Here Is New York, a short book based upon a Holiday magazine article that he had been asked to write.
Empire magazine praised the film saying " the gaudily gory, virtuoso, hyper-kinetic horror sequel / remake uses every trick in the cinematic book " and confirms that " Bruce Campbell and Raimi are gods " and Caryn James of The New York Times called it " genuine, if bizarre, proof of Sam Raimi's talent and developing skill.
Although much of his legal reform proposals were not established in his life time, his legal legacy was considered by the magazine New Scientist, in a publication of 1961, as having influenced the drafting of the Code Napoleon, and the law reforms introduced by Sir Robert Peel.
However, he did give him some praise saying in an article in the left-leaning New Statesman magazine, " I have never met a man more fair, candid, and honest " and making it clear that he felt the " sinister " image of Stalin was unfair or simply false.