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Missing and Searching
* Binford, Lewis ( 1987 ) Searching for Camps and Missing the Evidence: Another Look at the Lower Paleolithic

Missing and for
* Missing in Action ( Programmed by Sculptured Software for TNT Games ).
The Missing Gene: Psychiatry, Heredity, and the Fruitless Search for Genes.
Missing fasts usually must be made up for soon afterward, although the exact requirements vary according to circumstance.
In the late 1980s the upside down Martini glass that was the tag for punk band Missing Foundation was the most ubiquitous graffito in lower Manhattan, and copied by hard core punk fans throughout the U. S. and West Germany.
He starred in more than 60 films including Some Like It Hot, The Apartment, Mister Roberts ( for which he won the 1955 Best Supporting Actor Academy Award ), Days of Wine and Roses, The Great Race, Irma la Douce, The Odd Couple, Save the Tiger ( for which he won the 1973 Best Actor Academy Award ), The Out-of-Towners, The China Syndrome, Missing ( for which he won ' Best Actor ' at the 1982 Cannes Film Festival ), Glengarry Glen Ross, Grumpy Old Men and Grumpier Old Men.
He was also nominated for a Best Actor Oscar for his role in the controversial film Missing in 1982, and for his roles in Some Like It Hot ( 1959 ), The Apartment ( 1960 ), Days of Wine and Roses ( 1962 ), The China Syndrome ( 1979 ), and Tribute ( 1980 ).
He won another Cannes award for his performance in Missing ( which received the Palme d ' Or ).
* The CDF Collaboration, Search for Extra Dimensions using Missing Energy at CDF, ( 2004 ) ( A simplified presentation of the search made for extra dimensions at the Collider Detector at Fermilab ( CDF ) particle physics facility.
MacLean received a Nebula Award in 1971, for her novella " The Missing Man " ( Analog, March, 1971 ) and she was a Professional Guest of Honor at the first WisCon in 1977.
MacLean was awarded the Nebula Award for her novella " Missing Man ".
* 1979 – Six-year-old Etan Patz disappears from the street just two blocks away from his New York City home, prompting an international search for the child, and causing U. S. President Ronald Reagan to designate May 25th as National Missing Children's Day ( in 1983 ).
Codd himself, some years after publication of his 1970 model, proposed a three-valued logic ( True, False, Missing or NULL ) version of it to deal with missing information, and in his The Relational Model for Database Management Version 2 ( 1990 ) he went a step further with a four-valued logic ( True, False, Missing but Applicable, Missing but Inapplicable ) version.
( 2006 ) Missing the Revolution: Darwinism for Social Scientists.
In the science fiction anthology Far Boundaries ( 1951 ), the editor August Derleth identifies the short story " Missing One's Coach: An Anachronism ", written for the Dublin Literary Magazine by an anonymous author in 1838, as a very early time travel story.
* Leisure Suit Larry 4: The Missing Floppies ( This non-existent 4th game was skipped and is an often jokingly referenced in-game for the series.
Missing from the record is for how long the remainder were held, but it is known that the leaders made it to Amsterdam about a year later.
In the very early episodes, he was a wild man, often breaking the law ( such as stealing the Sheriff's patrol car for impounding his in " One Armed Bandits ", reportedly borrowing Luke's car prior to the same episode and using it to " run the sheriff off the road to make him mad " to facilitate the aforementioned theft of the sheriffs car, running moonshine for Boss Hogg in " Mary Kaye's Baby ", seemingly breaking into Boss Hogg's home to retrieve a trophy for an upcoming race in " Luke's Love Story ", and ' borrowing ' the President's Limousine for a joy-ride in " Limo One Is Missing ").

Missing and Martin
Missing his wife, he assumes the identity of Martin Wellbourne, returned from South America, and visits her.
' Martin Houghton-Brown, chief executive of the Missing People charity, said, ' This announcement shows significant intention to work towards a better future for families of missing people, representing huge step towards easing their heartache with clear legislative guidance.
Missing 13 games, he surrendered the NHL scoring lead to Martin St. Louis and finished with 79 points in 69 games, one point shy of his career-high set in 2000 – 01 and ninth overall in the league ( his points-per-game of 1. 14 was identical to St. Louis ').
* Walker, Martin ( 1993 ) " Dr Jacques Benveniste: The Case of the Missing Energy ", Chapter in Dirty Medicine, Slingshot Publications, London.
* Willburg, Peter, " The Therapist as Listener: Martin Heidegger and the Missing Dimension of Counseling and Psychotherapy Training "

Missing and King
* The Missing Sphinx of King Jinx
* Alley Oop and the Missing King of Moo A Penny Book ( 1938 ) Whitman
The file reference on this document was V116 / 783 / 1047 " DSJ-Cape Otway to King Island 21 October 1978-Aircraft Missing ( Valentich )" is 315 pages and is open at the NAA.
In September 1985, Heenan traded The Missing Link and Adrian Adonis to manager Jimmy Hart in exchange for King Kong Bundy.
* The Missing Link and King Parsons defeated One Man Gang and Skandor Akbar.
Bozzio Levin Stevens is a supergroup power trio of rock, fusion, jazz and instrumental classical music, consisting of drummer Terry Bozzio ( Frank Zappa, U. K., Missing Persons, Steve Vai, Jeff Beck ), bassist and Chapman Stick player Tony Levin ( Peter Gabriel, King Crimson, Liquid Tension Experiment ) and guitarist Steve Stevens, ( Billy Idol, Michael Jackson ).

Missing and West
( The Missing, Hidalgo and Into the West )
* In the March 27, 2003, piece " Relatives of Missing Soldiers Dread Hearing Worse News ," Blair again pretended to be in West Virginia and plagiarized quotations from an Associated Press article.
The centers, originally located in West Palm Beach, Florida ; Columbia, South Carolina ; Orange County, California ; and Rochester, New York ; merged with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children ( NCMEC ), where John Walsh serves on the Board of Directors.
* West Coast Memorial to the Missing of World War II
Missing specialists were in a few cases recruited in West Germany.
* landscape plan for the West Coast Memorial to the Missing of World War II, Presidio of San Francisco, 1960
The Missing link: West European Neutrals and Regional Security.

Missing and Bank
Missing articles: Siam City Bank, Bank Thai, United Overseas Bank ( Thai ), EXIM Bank
* African Development Bank / United Nations Economic Commission For Africa: " Review of the Implementation Status of the Trans African Highways and the Missing Links: Volume 2: Description of Corridors ".

Missing and by
Novel version The Missing Man was published by Putnam in 1975.
For those who desire stronger Mac OS / CLIÉ integration, the product Missing Sync made by the company Mark / Space is also available.
*" Words ", a song by Missing Persons
Another subgenre were films that portrayed the American government cynically by reflecting upon the Vietnam War POW / MIA issue, the most known of which were Missing in Action ( 1984 ) and Rambo: First Blood Part II ( 1985 ).
Chairs Missing followed in 1978, and found Wire stepping back from the stark minimalism of Pink Flag, with longer, more atmospheric songs and synthesizer parts added by producer Mike Thorne.
The 386BSD releases made to the public beginning in 1992 were based on portions of the 4. 3BSD Net / 2 release coupled with additional code ( see Missing Pieces I and II, Dr. Dobb's Journal, May – June 1992 ) written by William and Lynne Jolitz to make a complete operational release.
This feeling was echoed by Laurence Olivier, who played a police inspector in Bunny Lake Is Missing ( 1965 ).
In the book Sent from The Missing series by Margaret Peterson Haddix, Edward is revealed to be Chip.
These include The Reivers by William Faulkner ( 1962 ), September, September by Shelby Foote ( 1977 ), The Old Forest and Other Stories by Peter Taylor ( 1985 ), the Pulitzer Prize-winning A Summons to Memphis by Peter Taylor ( 1986 ), The Firm ( 1991 ) and The Client ( 1993 ), both by John Grisham, Memphis Afternoons: a Memoir by James Conaway ( 1993 ), " Plague of Dreamers " by Steve Stern ( 1997 ) Cassina Gambrel Was Missing by William Watkins ( 1999 ), The Guardian by Beecher Smith ( 1999 ), " We are Billion-Year-Old Carbon " by Corey Mesler ( 2005 ), The Silence of the Lambs by Thomas Harris, and The Architect by James Williamson ( 2007 ).
In 1997, 18-year-old Kristen Modafferi mysteriously disappeared from North Carolina and her parents turned to their congresswoman for help when Kristen was deemed too old to be helped by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
* " The African Union, NEPAD, and Human Rights: The Missing Agenda " by Bronwen Manby, Human Rights Quarterly-Volume 26, Number 4, November 2004, pp. 983 – 1027

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