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Great and Tontine
* The Great Tontine ( 1881 ), a novel by Hawley Smart.

Great and Gamble
The style adopted for this part of the museum was Italian Renaissance, much use was made of terracotta, brick and mosaic, this north façade was intended as the main entrance to the museum with its bronze doors designed by James Gamble & Reuben Townroe having six panels depicting: Humphry Davy ( chemistry ); Isaac Newton ( astronomy ); James Watt ( mechanics ); Bramante ( architecture ); Michelangelo ( sculpture ); Titian ( painting ); thus representing the range of the museums collections, Godfrey Sykes also designed the terracotta embellishments and the mosaic in the pediment of the North Façade commemorating the Great Exhibition the profits from which helped to fund the museum, this is flanked by terracotta statue groups by Percival Ball.
John Humphrys has written several books, including Lost for Words, in which he criticizes what he sees as the widespread misuse of the English language, plus ' Devil's Advocate ', ' Beyond Words ', ' The Great Food Gamble ' and ' In God We Doubt: Confessions Of A Failed Atheist '.
* The Great Food Gamble.
# The Great Gamble: Nelson at Copenhagen ( 1978 )
Gamble pursued the issue during the height of the Great Depression to benefit Savannah's youth and the community, as well aid in stimulating the local economy.

Great and one
On one visit he stopped at the office of the American, where he was known surreptitiously as `` the Great White Chief '', and for the first time met his managing editor, fat Moses Koenigsberg.
The miracle of democratic America comes home to one most strongly only when one has seen the endless Great Plains of the Midwest ; ;
But only in one of its aspects is Great Expectations a tale of violence, revenge, and retribution.
I am selling the stuff of which is made one of the Great American Dreams -- wall-to-wall carpeting.
In fact, Hudson's sail up the Great North River had disposed of one of the last hopes.
The lives of numerous abbots make up a significant contribution to Christian hagiography, one of the most well-known being the Life of St. Benedict of Nursia by St. Gregory the Great.
Ambrose ranks with Augustine, Jerome, and Gregory the Great, as one of the Latin Doctors of the Church.
* 1964 – Charlie Wilson, one of the Great Train Robbers, escapes from Winson Green Prison in Birmingham, England, United Kingdom.
The most famous is Alexander the Great, who created one of the largest empires in ancient history.
* Alexander, Judean Prince, one of the sons of Herod the Great from his wife Mariamne
He was reckoned by some ancient authors as one of the Seven Sages of Greece, and it is said that he was initiated into the Eleusinian Mysteries of the Great Goddess, a privilege denied to those who did not speak fluent Greek.
In Great Britain, a single pub measure ( 25 ml ) of a spirit contains one unit.
Edited, with an Afterword, by Sharrar, Avery Hopwood's The Great Bordello, a Story of the Theatre, is a roman à clef that tells the story of Edwin Endsleigh — Hopwood ’ s fictional counterpart — who graduates from the University of Michigan and heads for Broadway to earn his fortune and the security to pursue his one true dream of writing the great American novel.
Operational control of the Navy remained the responsibility of the Lord High Admiral, who was one of the nine Great Officers of State.
Athanasius is counted as one of the four Great Doctors of the Church in the Roman Catholic Church as well as one of the Great Doctors of the Church in Eastern Orthodoxy, where he is also labeled the " Father of Orthodoxy ".
Frederick the Great ( 1712 – 1786 ) was one of Europe's enlightened monarch s.
The strategic significance of the strait was one of the factors in the decision of the Roman Emperor Constantine the Great to found there in AD 330 his new capital, Constantinople, which came to be known as the capital of the Eastern Roman Empire.
When the team first emerged in the nineteenth century it represented one nation-state, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.
# Great Joy: It is said that being close to enlightenment and seeing the benefit for all sentient beings, one achieves great joy, hence the name.
In the Ecumenical Patriarchate, bishops of modern dioceses are often given a titular see alongside their modern one ( for example, the Archbishop of Thyateira and Great Britain ).
They did so at the invitation of their long-time ally, king Philip V of Macedon, a direct descendant of Antigonus, one of the Diadochi, the generals of Alexander the Great who had shared out his empire after his death in 323 BC.

Great and series
The occasion for this marathon: Angel's long-awaited reissue in its `` Great Recordings Of The Century '' series of the Schnabel-Pro Arte version.
In 2004, NHK ( Japanese public TV network ) produced a 39 episode anime series titled Agatha Christie's Great Detectives Poirot and Marple, as well as a manga series under the same title released in 2005.
From 2004 to 2005, Japanese TV network NHK produced a 39 episode anime series titled Agatha Christie's Great Detectives Poirot and Marple, which features both Miss Marple and Hercule Poirot.
He made the first seven scenes of the Great Passion in the same year, and a little later, a series of eleven on the Holy Family and saints.
During this period he also completed two woodcut series, the Great Passion and the Life of the Virgin, both published in 1511 together with a second edition of the Apocalypse series.
Four of the most notable English Abbeys are the Basilica of St Gregory the Great at Downside, commonly known as Downside Abbey, Ealing Abbey in Ealing, West London and St. Lawrence's in Yorkshire ( Ampleforth Abbey ) and Worth Abbey which has appeared in two BBC2 TV programmes ; ' The Monastery ( BBC TV series )' and ' The Big Silence '.
This was followed by a second series, Blackadder II ( 1986 ) set during the reign of Elizabeth I, a third series Blackadder the Third ( 1987 ) set during the late 18th and early 19th centuries in the reign of George III, and finally Blackadder Goes Forth ( 1989 ) in 1917, set in the trenches of the Great War.
The Voortrekkers were those Boers ( mainly from the eastern Cape ) who left the Cape en masse in a series of large scale migrations later called the Great Trek beginning in 1835 as a result of British colonialism and constant border wars.
The Great Rift, a series of dark patches in the Milky Way, is more visible and striking in the southern hemisphere than in the northern.
This argument, made in Jules Feiffer's series of articles published in The Great Comic Book Heroes, is famously cited in a climactic scene of Kill Bill Vol.
The 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica called the series of wars the Great Rebellion, while some historians, especially Marxists such as Christopher Hill ( 1912 – 2003 ), have long favoured the term English Revolution.
The movement became even more significant in the United States during the series of Great Awakenings of the 18th and 19th centuries, where it drew far more members than in Europe.
Monicelli's works include La grande guerra ( The Great War ), I compagni ( Comrades, also known as The Organizer ), L ' Armata Brancaleone, Vogliamo i colonnelli ( We Want the Colonels ), Romanzo popolare ( Popular Novel ) and the Amici miei series.
* Mangani ( Great Ape Language ) in the Tarzan series by Edgar Rice Burroughs
Hints about this future war are dropped in several books earlier in the series beginning with Lawrence Miles's Alien Bodies and the war itself plays out as it would have originally done in Miles ' Faction Paradox series in which certain names are changed for copyright reasons ( the Time Lords become the Great Houses and Gallifrey becomes the Home World ).
* Great Rift: Africa's wild heart ( TV series ) A BBC / Animal Planet production
The stamp was designed by Ronald Adair and was part of the U. S. Postal Service's Great Americans series.
The outbreak of the First World War was precipitated by a series of struggles among the Great Powers.
Under Alexander the Great, this force turned east, and in a series of three decisive battles, routed the Persian forces and took their empire, which included Egypt and the Phoenician lands.
The most famous of these is the massive Hadrian's Wall in Great Britain, and the Danube and Rhine borders were strengthened with a series of mostly wooden fortifications, forts, outposts and watchtowers, the latter specifically improving communications and local area security.
Kenneth W. Harl in the Teaching Company's Great Ancient Civilizations of Asia Minor lecture series sarcastically claims that Schliemann's excavations were carried out with such rough methods that he did to Troy what the Greeks couldn't do in their times, destroying and leveling down the entire city walls to the ground.

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