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* Tim Winton's novel Shallows wins the Miles Franklin Award
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In 2010 he began work on the set of Cloudstreet, a television miniseries version of Tim Winton's novel.
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In Tim Powers supernatural spy novel " Declare " the Heaviside layer is the realm of the " spirits of the upper air ".
* The Tim Powers novel Declare ( 2001 ) is partly based on unexplained aspects of Philby's life, providing a supernatural context for his behaviour.
Several major computer-related organizations have originated at MIT since the 1980s: Richard Stallman's GNU Project and the subsequent Free Software Foundation were founded in the mid-1980s at the AI Lab ; the MIT Media Lab was founded in 1985 by Nicholas Negroponte and Jerome Wiesner to promote research into novel uses of computer technology ; the World Wide Web Consortium standards organization was founded at the Laboratory for Computer Science in 1994 by Tim Berners-Lee ; the OpenCourseWare project has made course materials for over 2, 000 MIT classes available online free of charge since 2002 ; and the One Laptop per Child initiative to expand computer education and connectivity to children worldwide was launched in 2005.
In his 1992 novel Last Call ( ISBN 0-688-10732-X ), Tim Powers includes a poem attributed to William Ashbless in the introduction to Book One.
It was reported in 2004 that screenwriter Tim Minear was working on a screenplay based on the novel.
Set in the 80s and 90s zine heyday, Walking Man by Tim W. Brown is a comic novel written in the form of a scandalous tell-all biography that portrays the life and times of Brian Walker, publisher of the zine Walking Man, who rises from humble origins to become the most famous zinester in America.
There are various examples of remakes which are most associated with the reimagine or renovate terms, and these include Tim Burton's Planet of the Apes, Nora Ephron's Bewitched, Marcus Nispel's The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Friday the 13th, Rob Zombie's Halloween, Samuel Bayer's A Nightmare on Elm Street, Ronald D. Moore's Battlestar Galactica, David Eick's Bionic Woman, Nelson McCormick's Prom Night, Zack Snyder's Dawn of the Dead, and Kenneth Johnson V. Tim Burton has denied that his 2010 film Alice in Wonderland is a renovation of Lewis Carroll's classic novel ; however, the plot line of the film bears very little resemblance to the original or derivatives of it, such as the classic 1951 animated film from Walt Disney.
After having read Tim Powers ' historical fantasy novel On Stranger Tides, he decided to add paranormal themes to the game's plot.
" Mate Care-For " is one of the principal Loa revered by the pirates in Tim Powers's 1987 novel On Stranger Tides.
Nathaniel Hawthorne used the Fountain in " Dr. Heidegger's Experiment " to demonstrate that positive thinking is a far better remedy than deluded journeys to Florida for legendary cures ; Orson Welles directed and starred in a 1958 TV program based on the legend ; and Tim Powers featured it in On Stranger Tides, a novel of 18th century pirate-voodoo adventure.
The graphic novel Welcome Back, Mr. Moto by Rafael Nieves and Tim Hamilton published by Moonstone Books in 2008 ( originally published in 2003 as a 3-issue comic book miniseries ) portrays Mr. Moto as an American of Japanese descent helping Japanese-American citizens after World War II.
Scrooge appears in Louis Bayard's 2003 novel Mr. Timothy, which is told from Tim Cratchit's perspective.
In one scene of the novel Expiration Date by Tim Powers, the main characters are evading the antagonists of the novel by hiding in Hollywood Forever Cemetery.
Actors who have portrayed Long John Silver in the various motion picture adaptations of Treasure Island include Wallace Beery, Ivo Garrani, Orson Welles, Charlton Heston, Eddie Izzard, Lance Henriksen, Robert Newton, Anthony Quinn, Tim Curry, Jack Palance, Brian Murray, Oleg Borisov, Boris Andreyev and British actor Ivor Dean in a televised version of the novel.
On October 13, 1997 she published her first novel entitled Holiday in Your Heart along with Tim Carter.
Author Tim O ' Brien popularized knowledge of the location with his bestselling novel In the Lake of the Woods, set in the Angle, and to a lesser extent, his short story " On the Rainy River ".
In 1990, the novel was adapted into a television movie featuring John Ritter as Ben Hanscom, Harry Anderson as Richie Tozier, Tim Reid as Mike Hanlon, Annette O ' Toole as Beverly Marsh, Richard Thomas as Bill Denbrough, Olivia Hussey as Audra Denbrough, Dennis Christopher as Eddie Kaspbrak, and Tim Curry in the lead role as the titular It.
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Sampras did not advance past the quarterfinals in his next three tournaments, although he did record wins over world number 79 Jim Courier in their first career match-up, and world number 8 Tim Mayotte.
The " Sleepy Floyd Game " was a catalyst for increased interest in the NBA in the Bay Area, which was furthered by new coach Don Nelson who engineered another successful string of wins in the late 1980s to early 1990s with the high scoring trio of point guard Tim Hardaway, guard Mitch Richmond, and forward Chris Mullin ( collectively known as " Run-T. M. C.
Having scored four wins, Tillis challenged future two-time world champion Tim Witherspoon in September 1983 for the vacant North American Boxing Federation title.
McLean went on to lead the league with five shutouts ( tied with the Chicago Blackhawks ' Ed Belfour, the Canadiens ' Patrick Roy and the Winnipeg Jets ' Bob Essensa ) and 38 wins in 65 games ( tied with the Red Wings ' Tim Cheveldae ), as Vancouver won their first Smythe Division title since 1975.
After Peter wins the election, Tim gets Peter into the hotel room upstairs and to own up to everything on camera.
Seven pitchers recorded all or the majority of their career wins in the 19th century: Galvin, Cy Young, Kid Nichols, Tim Keefe, John Clarkson, Charley Radbourn, and Mickey Welch.
Leading the American League with 21 wins, he was in contention for a Cy Young Award, anchoring a powerful Oakland rotation along with Barry Zito and Tim Hudson, called the " The Big Three.
The most famous resident of Goondiwindi was Gunsynd, a Thoroughbred race horse known as " The Goondiwindi Grey " Guided by Tim Lowe, in the late 1960s and early 1970s Gunsynd had 29 wins including the 1971 Epsom Handicap and the 1972 Cox Plate and came third in the 1972 Melbourne Cup.
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He holds notable wins over Fabricio Werdum, Ben Rothwell, Tim Sylvia, Paul Buentello and Vladimir Matyushenko.