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The tempo of their arrangement was slowed to allow for the bagpipes, but it was based on Collins ': it began with a bagpipe solo introduction similar to her lone voice, then it was accompanied by the band of bagpipes and horns, whereas in her version she is backed up by a chorus.
Interestingly, the lone voice of protest of the Nottingham's demise was the Luzerne County Communist Party, whose presidential candidate, Earl Browder, called upon the community to raise its voice against " this wrecking plan of the coal companies.
Then she hears a soft voice speaking to her in greeting ; it is a lone passerby, Abraham Lincoln.
" Similarly, Zdyrko thought the " hilarious voice samples " were the " lone bright spot " of the game, although he admitted that some of them can get a bit repetitive.
* 1930s J. Macdonald's grass gardens – the lone voice declaring the merits of ornamental grasses for his generation
As described by Scott Mandia, professor of physical sciences, State University of New York, in an article on this hurricane, there was a lone voice in the wilderness of the New York meteorological offices crying out a warning of hurricane for Long Island.
Suddenly, a flat voice comes over the communications link and instructs the lone astronaut down into subterranean corridors to the office of the Controller of Planet X, where he finds his shipmate.
Other voice roles include Bebe Proud Clone from The Proud Family Movie, Atlas from the Teen Titans animated series, the lone renegade male gorilla " Tublat " in The Legend of Tarzan, and the Decepticon Barricade in Transformers: The Game,
He took part in the vibrant intellectual culture of social psychology in Bristol at the time although he was a lone voice against the broadly experimental focus of Bristol tradition of so-called European Social Psychology.
But he was not a lone voice: William Rees ( also known as Gwilym Hiraethog ) established the radical Yr Amserau ( The Times ) in 1843, and in the same year Samuel Roberts also established another radical magazine, Y Cronicl ( The Chronicle ).
Along the way, he meets a number of interesting people from the village called Charanpur where Kaveri Amma now lives ; there's the village postmaster, eager to know more about e-mails and the Internet, while also having a keen hobby of wrestling ; the ex-freedom fighter who teaches history at the local school and is a lone voice of reason amongst the village elders ; there's also a cook who harbours ambitions of opening a dhaba on a US freeway, and sees in Mohan an opportunity to get himself a visa.
Homer justifies his decision to be the lone dissenting voice by saying, " I ’ m only doing what I think is right.

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Fluoride " loses " a pair of valence electrons because the electrons shared in the B — F bond are located in the region of space between the two atomic nuclei and are therefore more distant from the fluoride nucleus than they are in the lone fluoride ion.
A proton is transferred from an unspecified Brønsted acid to ammonia, a Brønsted base ; alternatively, ammonia acts as a Lewis base and transfers a lone pair of electrons to form a bond with a hydrogen ion.
Ligands are generally bound to the central atom by a coordinate covalent bond ( donating electrons from a lone electron pair into an empty metal orbital ), and are said to be coordinated to the atom.
The blue " lone star " logo was retained, but with a white border setting it off from the silverblue.
For example the temple of Heracles Monoikos ( i. e. the lone dweller ), built far from any nearby town upon a promontory in what is now the Côte d ' Azur, gave its name to the area's more recent name, Monaco.
On the morning of Sunday 17 December 1967, Holt, friends Christopher Anderson, Jan Lee and George Illson and his two bodyguards drove down from Melbourne to see the British lone yachtsman Alec Rose sail through Port Phillip Heads in his boat Lively Lady to complete a leg of his solo circumnavigation of the globe, which started and ended in England.
Some genes are found to be expressed from both maternal genomes while others are expressed exclusively from the lone paternal copy.
Scanning old recorded transmissions from the 1970s, the super-AI finds a lone AI transmitting from the Alpha Centauri star system.
Nymphs tended to frequent areas distant from humans but could be encountered by lone travelers outside the village, where their music might be heard, and the traveler could spy on their dancing or bathing in a stream or pool, either during the noon heat or in the middle of the night.
In Homer's Odyssey, Odysseus crawls beneath two shoots of olive that grow from a single stock, and in the Iliad, ( XVII. 53ff ) is a metaphoric description of a lone olive tree in the mountains, by a spring ; the Greeks observed that the olive rarely thrives at a distance from the sea, which in Greece invariably means up mountain slopes.
He was no longer able to shoulder the awesome responsibility of being the Earth's lone protector from Lunar-launched H-Bomb attacks.
For instance, in a hydrogen Maser, the well-known " 21cm wave " transition in atomic hydrogen, where the lone electron flips its spin state from parallel to the nuclear spin to antiparallel, can be used to create a population inversion because the parallel state has a magnetic moment and the antiparallel state does not.
A mating pair or a lone individual will spend the day hiding from predators, particularly birds.
Over the course of the game, a lone Aes Sedai must track down a robber following an assault on the White Tower, and prevent the Dark One from being released prematurely.
The player is a lone hero who will save the universe from an evil force.
1766 ) which hangs in Derby Museum and Art Gallery, features a group ( three men, three children, and a lone woman ) listening to a lecture by a ' natural philosopher '— the only light in the otherwise darkened room is from the " sun " in the brass orrery, which, in this case, has rings that cause it to appear to be similar to an armillary sphere.
When undisturbed there are regularly swan and mallard, with less frequent visits from tufted duck, mediterranean gull, cormorant, little Grebe and occasionally a lone black swan.
After the war, the remains of most of the war dead were moved from former POW camps, burial grounds and lone graves along the rail line to official war cemeteries.
He also occasionally drinks to excess and has a gambling problem, which leads to the second gag: every time Parker tries to profit from gambling on events he recalls from the future, he picks the losing side ( the lone exception to this is when he gambles to get a bankroll for a charitable purpose ).
For example, DC's oldest superhero character, Superman, the lone survivor of the destroyed planet Krypton, originally could not fly ( he could instead leap over an eighth of a mile ), and his powers came from having evolved on a planet with stronger gravity than Earth's.

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The Ravens triumphed over the New York Giants in Super Bowl XXXV at the conclusion of the 2000 season, making them one of four NFL teams to win in their lone Super Bowl appearance, along with the New Orleans Saints, New York Jets, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
* 2009 – Over 100 New Zealand Police officers begin a 40-hour siege of a lone gunman in Napier, New Zealand.
Their agreed to formula was, “ Done in Convention, by the unanimous consent of the States present .” George Washington noted in his diary that night, the proposal was agreed to by eleven state delegations and the lone Mr. Hamilton for New York.
Gretzky ended his career with a final point, assisting on the lone New York goal scored by Brian Leetch.
Time magazine drew attention to the film's wooden acting, especially on the part of Eastwood, though a few critics such as Vincent Canby and Bosley Crowther of The New York Times praised Eastwood's coolness in playing the tall, lone stranger.
The New Jersey Transit Wood-Ridge ( NJT station ) | Wood-Ridge station, facing southbound from the lone platform
The former station at Wyckoff for the New York, Susquehanna and Western Railway is visible to the left along with the lone active track and a rusted, unused siding
# Technicalities: Arlo Guthrie's lone top 40 hit was " The City of New Orleans ," but he is more widely known for his 18-minute song " Alice's Restaurant ," which did not qualify as a single on account of its length ; sales of " Alice's Restaurant " were counted instead on the album charts.
A lone surviving structure that dates from the time this area was open farmland and suburban villas is the carriage house ( pre-1800 ) that once belonged to a villa owned by ex-Vice President and New York State governor George Clinton, now in a narrow court behind 422 West 46th Street.
Image: MontLone_yeibaw. JPG | Mont lone yei baw-glutinous rice balls with jaggery inside and covered with shredded coconut-a New Year tradition
In the scene, based on a real-life occurrence, Long chats with New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison during an airplane ride where he denounces the lone gunman theory of the John F. Kennedy assassination concluding: " That dog don't hunt.
The Pirates lost to the New York Americans in overtime, 2-1, and Conacher scored the lone goal for Pittsburgh at 9: 15 of the second period.
The Staten Island Rapid Transit Operating Authority ( SIRTOA ), publicly known as MTA Staten Island Railway or SIR, is the operator of the lone rapid transit line in the borough of Staten Island, New York City, New York, United States.
David Owen, Copies in Seconds: How a lone inventor and an unknown company created the biggest communication breakthrough since Gutenberg — Chester Carlson and the birth of the Xerox Machine ( New York: Simon and Schuster, 2004 ) ISBN 0-7432-5117-2, ISBN 0-7432-5118-0
Lindros ultimately returned for Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals against New Jersey, Lindros scored the lone goal in a 2-1 Flyers loss, and in Game 7 Lindros suffered yet another concussion after a hit by New Jersey defenseman Scott Stevens.
* April 27, 1994: Dominik Hasek of the Buffalo Sabres stops all 70 shots produced by the New Jersey Devils as Dave Hannan scores the lone goal over a sprawling Martin Brodeur at 5: 43 of the 4th OT in game 6 of the 1st round matchup.
Fox News in general, and its opinion show Glenn Beck in particular, have been repeatedly criticized by progressive media watchdog groups for not only mainstreaming the New World Order conspiracy theories of the radical right but possibly agitating its lone wolves into action.

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