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* Schuh, Russell ( 2003 ) ' Chadic overview ', in M. Lionel Bender, Gabor Takacs, and David L. Appleyard ( eds.
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The offensive line was anchored by center Jim Otto and guard Gene Upshaw, along with Pro Bowlers Harry Schuh and Wayne Hawkins.
Schuh observed that in a boundary-layer, u is again a linear function of y, but that in this case, the wall tangent is a function of x.
The composer's Markheim ( after Robert Louis Stevenson ) was first shown at the New Orleans Opera Association in 1966, with Treigle ( to whom it was dedicated ) and Audrey Schuh heading the cast.
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The chocolate-bar formulation of Chomp is due to David Gale, but an equivalent game expressed in terms of choosing divisors of a fixed integer was published earlier by Frederik Schuh.
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In 2003 Weir returned to period drama with Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World, starring Russell Crowe.
The round was won by Marcos Ambrose in a fitting conclusion to his 2003 championship win, but made headlines when Ambrose's teammate Russell Ingall and Holden Racing Team rival Mark Skaife spectacularly brought the sport into disrepute with an on-track / off-track stoush.
The 2003 Season Finale of Home and Away features an example of both a shock cliffhanger ( in the revelation that Angie Russell was Tasha Andrews ' mother ) and a suspense cliffhanger ( the Sutherland family trapped in a mine shaft ).
The Longs had a daughter, also named Rose, and two sons, Russell ( 1918 – 2003 ) ( later a seven-term U. S. Senator ) and Palmer ( 1921 – 2010 ) ( a Shreveport oilman ).
On September 11 of every year since 2003 the Mennonite Youth Chorus from Russell has offered songs of remembrance for victims of the terrorist attack at the Ground Zero site of the Twin Towers.
In 2011 Russell Brand received the magazine's Fun Fearless Male of the Year Award, joining Kellan Lutz and Paul Wesley ( 2010 ), John Mayer ( 2008 ), Nick Lachey ( 2007 ), Patrick Dempsey ( 2006 ), Josh Duhamel ( 2005 ), Matthew Perry ( 2004 ), and Jon Bon Jovi ( 2003 ).
Later in 2003, along with members of his original bands and other music professionals, Shaw was extensively interviewed by Russell Davies for the BBC Television documentary, Artie Shaw — Quest for Perfection, which became his last major interview.
Russell Billiu Long ( November 3, 1918May 9, 2003 ) was an American Democratic politician and United States Senator from Louisiana from 1948 until 1987.
With the loss of Douglas Fairbanks Jr. in 2000, Katharine Hepburn, Bob Hope and Gregory Peck in 2003, Marlon Brando in 2004, Shelley Winters in 2006, Deborah Kerr 2007, Van Johnson and Paul Newman in 2008, Tony Curtis and Patricia Neal in 2010 and Jane Russell and Elizabeth Taylor in 2011, the number of stars is dwindling.
Aubrey is played by Russell Crowe in the 2003 film Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World and by David Robb in the BBC Radio 4 adaptations of the novels.
Louis Russell " Russ " Chauvenet ( February 12, 1920 – June 24, 2003 ) was a champion chess player and one of the founders of science fiction fandom.
The men's team has gone into an extended recess after being one of the most successful country-based basketball teams in Australia, winning the CVIBL title in 1994 and the 2000, 2001 and 2003 Big V Championship ABA titles under the tutelage of Russell Parker. In 2011 the men's team returned to the court in the Country basketball league.
Henry Robin Ian Russell, 14th Duke of Bedford, DL ( 21 January 1940 – 13 June 2003 ) was a British peer.
Garner, Martin, Ian Lewington and Russell Slack ( 2003 ) Mongolian and Lesser Sand Plovers: an identification overview Birding World 16 ( 9 ): 377-85
In 2003 Grant presented a series of eight programmes called Russell Grant's Sporting Scandals for ITV1 and in 2004 presented The Russell Grant Show for Sky One.
* Kenneth Slowik, with John Elwes, Russell Braun, Smithsonian Chamber Players & Santa Fe Pro Musica ( Dorian Recordings ) ( recorded 2003 )
The American Kennel Club updated the name of the recognised breed from Jack Russell Terrier on 1 April 2003.
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Bertrand Russell offered a " solution " to the paradoxes based on modern physics, but Brown concludes " Given the history of ' final resolutions ', from Aristotle onwards, it's probably foolhardy to think we've reached the end.
The studios were located on Russell Street and were home to programmes like ' Scene South East ', ' Scene Midweek ', ' Southern News ', ' Farm Progress ' and the nightly epilogue, ' Guideline '.
Starting in 1995, Hampshire Police began a series of at least 56 raids, code named ' Operation Washington ', that eventually resulted in the August to November 1997 Portsmouth trial of Green Anarchist editors Booth, Saxon Wood, Noel Molland and Paul Rogers, as well as Animal Liberation Front ( ALF ) Press Officer Robin Webb and Animal Liberation Front Supporters Group ( ALFSG ) newsletter editor Simon Russell.
It became known as the ' Pretended Act ', and authorised William Russell, the 5th Earl of Bedford, to carry out further work, the chief of which was a second channel parallel to the Bedford River.
In his first report of the action for The Times, William Russell wrote that the Turks ' received a few shots and then bolted ', but afterwards admitted that he had not been a witness to the start of the battle, confessing, ' Our treatment of the Turks was unfair … ignorant as we were that the Turkish in No. 1 redoubt lost more than a fourth of their number ere they abandoned it to the enemy '.
He has also worked at the Chichester Festival Theatre in 1988 as Assistant director on a number of productions including Major Barbara and directed in ' The Tent ', the second venue and later at the Royal National Theatre, directing Edward Bond's The Sea, Jim Cartwright's The Rise and Fall of Little Voice, Harold Pinter's The Birthday Party, and Othello with Simon Russell Beale as Iago.
The ' Caterham Levante ', built by RS Performance Engine Developments Ltd. ( RS = Russell Savory ), is a mostly-carbon-fibre bodied Caterham, with Kevlar seats, combined with an " over 500bhp " 2. 4-litre, 40-valve supercharged V8 and a reduced body weight of boasts almost per tonne ( initial announced specifications were and, but the RS website specifies " in excess of 500bhp ," and or ; the math may or may not achieve " over per tonne ").
Russell K. Standish has measured the informational complexity of Tierran ' organisms ', and has similarly not observed complexity growth in Tierran evolution.
Along with his friend Russell Latapy, Yorke was a member of the 1989 ' Strike Squad ', the national team which narrowly failed to qualify for the 1990 FIFA World Cup.
Gibbs Russell, G. E., W. G. Welman, E. Reitief, K. L. Immelman, G. Germishuizen, B. J. Pienaar, M. v. Wyk & A. Nicholas, 1987, ' List of species of southern African plants ', Mem.
Russell Coight identifies himself as an ' outback man ', who strongly endorses the ways of the outback, as opposed to the ways of urban life.
It is the only film in which Ken Russell worked as a mainstream ' director-for-hire ', and the last film to feature actress Françoise Dorléac.
* IndyStar. com-' Eli Lilly to bolster Zyprexa warning ', John Russell, Indianapolis Star ( October 6, 2007 )
When Tennant was cast as Eccleston's successor, he had wanted to use his native Scottish accent and become ' the first kilted Doctor ' according to an interview in the Daily Star, but writer Russell T Davies did not want the Doctor's accent ' touring the regions ', so he used " estuary " English instead.
After Sunday evening's 3 News simulcast, Russell Brown and Damian Christie host current affairs programme Public Address, and Mike King hosts discussion and talkback relating to mental illness called ' The Nutters Club ', funded by the Mental Health Foundation in New Zealand.
As explained by Paul Russell for the 2002 reissue, " Zeit, which means ' time ', was based on the philosophy that time was in fact motionless and only existed in our own minds.
Veteran Lockerbie campaigner and retired Labour MP Tam Dalyell asked Boyd ' to consider his position ', while Michael Russell MSP insisted that Boyd could not continue as Lord Advocate.
The two-part story, entitled ' Death of the Doctor ', was written by former executive producer of the programme Russell T Davies.
This, for Russell, is why the definite description " the king of France " is not meaningful on its own ; the word, ' the ', doesn't work unless it appears in the context of a full sentence.