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* The second series of the British radio science fiction program Journey Into Space ( 1954 – 1955 ) deals with a trip to Mars and what the astronauts find there.
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second and series
The second great dilemma has been the morality of nuclear testing, a dilemma which has suddenly become acute because of the present series of Soviet tests.
Since accurate base maps are necessary for any planning program, the first step taken by the planning division to implement the long-range state plan has been to prepare two series of base maps -- one at a scale of 1 inch to a mile, and the second a series of 26 sheets at a scale of 1 inch to 2000 feet, covering the entire state.
In the first courtyard there are some fine bas-reliefs and friezes, and in the second a series of delightful terraced roof gardens above an ivy-covered wall.
The first occasion was in 1988 for a museum tour as part of the Australian Bicentenary celebrations ; the second was for the 2006 / 7 Ashes series.
England managed to stay in contention until the deciding final Test at The Oval, but yet another double hundred by Bradman, and 7 / 92 by Percy Hornibrook in England's second innings, enabled Australia to win by an innings and take the series 2 – 1.
With several England players having retired or been injured after the 2005 series, Australia regained The Ashes in the 2006 – 07 series with a convincing 5 – 0 victory, the second time an Ashes series has been won by that margin.
The book presents the second series of novels not as additions to the series ' continuity but as an example of a roleplaying campaign with Merlin, Luke, Julia, Jurt and Coral as the PCs.
The remainder of the book is a collection of essays on the game, statistics for the new characters and an update of the older ones in light of their appearance in the second series, and ( perhaps most usefully for GMs ) plot summaries of each of the ten books.
In Stephen R. Lawhead's Pendragon Cycle, Aurelianus ( most often referred to as " Aurelius ") figures prominently, along with his brother Uther, in the second book of the series, Merlin.
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.
In the first Test on 20 June, they lost 26 – 21, and lost the series in the second 28 – 25 in a tightly-fought game at Loftus Versfeld on 27 June.
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 series follows the exploits of Richard IV's unfavoured second son Edmund, the Duke of Edinburgh ( who calls himself " The Black Adder ") in his various attempts to increase his standing with his father and his eventual quest to overthrow him.
The second series was the first to establish the familiar Blackadder character: cunning, shrewd and witty, in sharp contrast to the bumbling Prince Edmund of the first series.
That same year Lara amassed 688 runs in the three match away Test series against Sri Lanka making three centuries, and one fifty – including the double century and a century in the first and second innings of the 3rd Test Match at the Sinhalese Sports Ground, equating to 42 % of the team's runs in that series.
second and British
The second feature, `` The Price Of Silence '', is a British detective story that will talk your head off.
* 1537 – The Honourable Artillery Company, the oldest surviving regiment in the British Army, and the second most senior, is formed.
Shortly after establishing the settlement at Port Jackson, on 15 February 1788, Phillip sent Lieutenant Philip Gidley King with 8 free men and a number of convicts to establish the second British colony in the Pacific at Norfolk Island.
British Columbia's provincial parks system is the second largest parks system in Canada ( the largest is Canada's National Parks system ).
The second Battle of Doiran, with general Vladimir Vazov as commander, inflicted a heavy blow on the numerically superior British army, which suffered 12, 000 casualties against 2, 000 from the opposite side.
Brueys ' dispositions had a second significant flaw: the 160 yard gaps between ships were large enough for a British ship to push through and break the French line.
Roughly contemporary with the construction of the new building was the career of a man sometimes called the " second founder " of the British Museum, the Italian librarian Anthony Panizzi.
Unlike the neutral Americans in the first incident, the only witnesses to the second attack were the German and British sailors present.
A second reason Soviet missiles were deployed to Cuba was because Khrushchev wanted to bring West Berlin — the American / British / French-controlled democratic zone within Communist East Germany — into the Soviet orbit.
The second was by former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, who has rallied the world community to support UN sanctions against Zimbabwe, denouncing the regime's leaders as a " criminal cabal ".
Guest was born in New York City, the son of Peter Haden-Guest, a British United Nations diplomat who later became The 4th Baron Haden-Guest, and his second wife, Jean Pauline Hindes, a former vice president of casting at CBS.
In 1758, the fortress of Louisbourg was laid siege for a second time within 15 years, this time by more than 27, 000 British soldiers and sailors with over 150 warships.
In 1820, the Colony of Cape Breton Island was merged back into the Colony of Nova Scotia for the second time by the British government.
The ship's captain, Commander John Clements Wickham, named the port after Charles Darwin, the British naturalist who had sailed with them both on the earlier second expedition of the Beagle.
The city expanded rapidly from the 17th century ; it was briefly the second largest city in the British Empire and the fifth largest in Europe.
As the city continued to prosper during the 18th century, Georgian Dublin became, for a short period, the second largest city of the British Empire and the fifth largest city in Europe, with the population exceeding 130, 000.
A second wave was driven by British recruitment of mercenary soldiers beginning around 1815 and resettlement after retirement in the British Isles and southeast Asia.
Almost immediately after the order of Kotaka was placed, Fernando Villaamil, second officer of the Ministry of the Navy of Spain where he was put in charge of developing the concept of a new ship designed to combat torpedo boats, placed an order for a large torpedo gunboat in November 1885, with the British builder James and George Thompson, of Clydebank, not far from where the Yarrow shipyards would move from London 20 years later.
Déjà Vu was the third episode of the second season of Monty Python's Flying Circus, a British comedy program.
The second immediate reason was the presence in Kabul in 1837 of a Russian agent, Captain P. Vitkevich, who was ostensibly there, as was the British agent Alexander Burnes, for commercial discussions.
Equipment from the Soviet Union is being progressively replaced by more modern U. S., French, and British equipment, a significant portion of which is built under license in Egypt, such as the M1A1 Abrams tank which makes Egypt the owner of the second largest number of latest generation main battle tanks in the region after Israel, and the second after Syria in case of the older generations.
However, in the UK, the eurosceptic United Kingdom Independence Party achieved second place in the elections, finishing ahead of the governing Labour Party, and the British National Party ( BNP ) won its first ever two MEPs.
After his final defeat, Napoleon was treated as a general by the British authorities during his second exile to Atlantic Isle of St. Helena.
second and radio
The radio broadcast of the September 8, 1937 Hollywood Bowl George Gershwin Memorial Concert, in which An American in Paris, also conducted by Shilkret, was second on the program, was recorded and was released in 1998 in a two-CD set.
In addition, Tony England became the second amateur radio operator to transmit from space during the mission.
Her popularity as a radio performer and vocalist, which included a second hit record " My Dreams Are Getting Better All the Time ", led directly to a career in films.
Prior to the second world war, the subject was commonly known as radio engineering and basically was restricted to aspects of communications and radar, commercial radio and early television.
There, he presented the second hour of the Monday night programme Kat's Karavan, which was primarily hosted by the American singer and radio personality Jim Lowe.
From September 2000 to January 2011, Digweed hosted a weekly two-hour radio show on Kiss 100 in the UK, in which Digweed played the first hour of music and a guest DJ played the second hour.
Huneker left two notes-the first a suicide note, the second of which said, " Alien radio message — unveil new technology.
The telecommunications equipment on Mariner 4 consisted of dual S-band transmitters ( with either a seven-watt triode cavity amplifier or a ten watt traveling-wave tube amplifier ) and a single radio receiver which together could send and receive data via the low-and high-gain antennas at 8⅓ or 33⅓ bits per second.
From its measurement of the natural resonance frequency of caesium — which is used to define the second — NIST broadcasts time signals via longwave radio station WWVB at Fort Collins, Colorado, and shortwave radio stations WWV and WWVH, located at Fort Collins, Colorado and Kekaha, Hawaii, respectively.
* The second Saturday of every October amateur radio enthusiasts ( ham radio operators ) come to the city in large numbers to attend the annual Paris Texas Hamfest.
After electronic disc-playing machines started appearing on the market during the second half of the 1920s, usually sharing the same cabinet with a radio receiver, the term " record player " was increasingly favored by users when referring to the device.
To coincide with the Atlantic ocean hurricane season, " Spindrift " was released as the official second radio single on June 1, 2007, whereas " The Larger Bowl ( A Pantoum )" saw single status on June 25, 2007.
The second single, " Headlong Flight ," was released April 19, 2012, to radio stations and made available for listening via online streaming.
This motivated Polygram ( who now owned the Verve / MGM label archives ) to re-release the song to Top 40 radio where it became a major hit for a second time ( their second UK # 1 ) and a greatest hits CD collection called The Very Best of The Righteous Brothers ... Unchained Melody.
The album got a new boost in 2006 when the second single was announced as " Always on Your Side ," re-recorded with British musician Sting and sent off to radio, where it was quickly embraced at Adult Top 40.
Two frequency converters would be used, and the radio would be a double conversion superheterodyne ; a common example is a television receiver where the audio information is obtained from a second stage of intermediate-frequency conversion.
The latter boasts the largest radio telescope in the Eastern part of Central Europe with a diameter of, second only to the Effelsberg radio telescope.
A second radio conference was called in 1923, and this time Secretary Hoover was successful at obtaining radio regulation power without legislation passed.