[permalink] [id link]
Page "Don McLean" ¶ 47
from Wikipedia
Promote Demote Fragment Fix

Some Related Sentences

month and later
A month later, in The Publick Spirit Of The Whigs, he used Steele's defense of Molesworth as evidence of his disrespect for the clergy, calling Steele's position an affront to the `` whole Convocation of Ireland ''.
The Examiner, during Steele's trial a month later, printed an answer from the `` Courtier '' addressed to `` R. S. '' at Button's coffee-house.
A month later the General Court served notice to the town of Newbury that the bridge was to be built.
When the Negroes landed at Boston a month later they were, of course, no longer slaves.
Would not the children, if they received all their food on the first day of the month, eat it up immediately, and later go hungry??
One month later, Johnston was promoted to major and the position of aide-de-camp to General Sam Houston.
In 1908 he was involved in trying to start a new professional baseball league, the " Union Professional League " which took the field in April but folded one month later.
He and Lincoln were elected in 1864, inaugurated in early 1865 and a month later Johnson assumed the presidency upon Lincoln's assassination.
However, later that month, on 22 January, the English were defeated at the Battle of Basing and, on the 22 March at the Battle of Merton ( perhaps Marden in Wiltshire or Martin in Dorset ), in which Æthelred was killed.
He died in Rome a month and a half later.
The very first of the ready made computers were sold with the " kit " versions of the euro cards, the version with redesigned cards came a month or so later.
One month later, Warner Communications sold Atari's Consumer Division to Jack Tramiel.
" A month later, Biscardi announced on the same radio show that he had access to a captured Bigfoot and was arranging a pay-per-view event for people to see it.
Their graphics and animation are based directly on the original Bubble Bobble, only larger ( very similar to Bubble Symphony which was released less than a month later ).
This was his 48th goal for his country – his 49th and final goal would follow a month later in a 4 – 0 win over Colombia during a warm-up tour for the 1970 World Cup, designed to get the players adapted to altitude conditions.
Following some success illustrating cards and booklets, Potter wrote and illustrated The Tale of Peter Rabbit publishing it first privately in 1901, and a year later as a small, three-colour illustrated book with Frederick Warne & Co. She became unofficially engaged to her editor Norman Warne in 1905 despite the disapproval of her parents, but he died suddenly a month later, of leukemia.
In response, one month later, the Soviet Union published Falsifiers of History, a Stalin edited and partially re-written book attacking the West.
But the heart of the message was as Byrnes stated a month later " The nub of our program was to win the German people.
Less than a month later, on September 11, 1973, the Chilean military deposed Allende, who shot himself in the head to avoid capture as the Presidential Palace was surrounded and bombed.
On October 26, 1993, the league announced that the owners had unanimously voted for the Carolinas to receive the 29th franchise, the first new NFL team since 1976 ( Jacksonville was named the 30th team a month later ).
A month later, the Rockies named Dan O ' Dowd as his replacement.
A month later, on December 5 and 6, the Soviet Il-28 bombers were loaded onto three Soviet ships and shipped back to Russia.
On 3 March Lambert was sent to the Tower, from which he escaped a month later.
The D-Day Normandy landings on June 6, 1944 were costly but successful ; a month later the invasion of Southern France took place, and control of the forces which took part in the southern invasion passed from the AFHQ to the SHAEF.

month and McLean
With Richter experiencing back problems early in the 1999 – 2000 season, McLean filled in as the Rangers ' starter during the first month.
However, it was determined that McLean was responsible for Humphries ' broken jaw, and McLean served an 18 month prison sentence for grievous bodily harm.
He was re-appointed as a minister without portfolio responsible for Affairs and Housing on May 17, 1985, but the Miller government was defeated in the legislature one month later and McLean moved with his party to the opposition benches.
McLean returned briefly in January 2002 as a director but departed a month later.

month and wound
A month after the marriage, her rival William Clito died suddenly from a battle wound, thus strengthening Matilda's position further.
The paper decided to fire Thomas — and suspend his photographer on the Emerge story, Pulitzer Prize-winning Tribune photographer Ovie Carter for a month — because Thomas did not tell the Tribune about his outside work and also because the Emerge story wound up appearing in print first.
A member of the group, George Hoyt, was shot in the arm and died of his wound a month later.
For example, results of one study demonstrated that individuals who reported relationship conflict lasting one month or longer have a greater risk of developing illness and show slower wound healing.
Another irreplaceable loss was Louis-Vincent-Joseph Le Blond de Saint-Hilaire, who had been created a Marshal of the Empire just a month before, in recognition of his brilliant conduct during the earlier campaign, but received a mortal wound during the battle and died before the coveted baton could arrive from Paris.
Less than a month after the Korean War armistice ( a cessation of hostilities ), Miller wound up in a drunk tank in the North Georgia Mountains.
A month after the battle at Lake Poyang, the Dahan fleet tried to break out from Lake Poyang, during the resulting ship battles Chen was killed ( he was alleged to have died from an arrow wound in the head ).
They are William Henry Harrison, Virginia-born but elected as a resident of Ohio ; John Tyler, who was elected Vice President in 1840 as Harrison's running mate, but wound up serving all but the first month of the latter's term after Harrison became the first President to die in office ; Zachary Taylor, who made his name as a Kentucky resident ; and Woodrow Wilson, who was a Virginia native but was elected President after serving as the president of Princeton University and Governor of New Jersey.
January 2009 began another series of one track per month for free on the website, and the tracks wound up cohering without the song " Speedbath " at all ; the new record, Crooked, was released in 2010.
Because of her growing status, she was pulled from combat less than a month after recovering from her wound.
They were engaged in May 1918 and that same month spent time together while Pearse was convalescing after suffering a foot wound.
As the war wound down in February 1899, Tyson's unit was ordered to Savannah, Georgia, where they were mustered out a month later.

month and up
For example, one hebephrenic man used to annoy me, month after month, by saying, whenever I got up to leave and made my fairly steoreotyped comment that I would be seeing him on the following day, or whenever, `` You're welcome '', in a notably condescending fashion -- as though it were his due for me to thank him for the privilege of spending the hour with him, and he were thus pointing up my failure to utter a humbly grateful, `` thank you '' to him at the end of each session.
Within a month, calls were up seventy per cent.
Next to Leo Durocher, Dark taught Mays the most when he was a grass-green rookie rushed up to the Polo Grounds 10 years ago this month, to help the Giants win a dramatic pennant.
The contract with Ray Field, who has been converting the agencies electronic data processing program to magnetic tape, would renew his present salary of $8 an hour up to a maximum of 200 hours a month.
Adjusted sales that month were up a relatively steep 2.5% from those of the month before, which in turn were slightly higher than the January low of $17.8 billion.
Bronson gave it up after only a month and was self-educated from then on. He was not particularly social and his only close friend was his neighbor and second cousin William Alcott, with whom he shared books and ideas.
Upon the contempt being either admitted or proved the judge or JP may imprison the offender for a maximum of one month, fine them up to GBP £ 2, 500, or do both.
Each enrollee volunteered and, upon passing a physical exam and / or a period of conditioning, was required to serve a minimum six month period with the option to serve as many as four periods, or up to two years if employment outside the Corps was not possible.
The 14th of the paschal lunar month is designated by convention as the Paschal full moon, although the 14th of the lunar month may differ from the date of the astronomical full moon by up to two days.
GPRS data may be sold either as part of a bundle ( e. g., up to 5 GB per month for a fixed fee ) or on a pay-as-you-use basis.
You can get 10 Mbit / s up and down unlimited VDSL, telephone line rental, unlimited local calls, and 100 minutes of international calls for US $ 25 / month.
The day is usually " picked up " in the next month.
The " lost " month would be " picked up " in the next cycle when Karaites would observe a leap month while other Jews would not.
Travelling allowances of up to a maximum of Rs. 300 per month and tools kits were sponsored.
Short-term disability insurance covers a person for a period typically up to six months, paying a stipend each month to cover medical bills and other necessities.
As he reported to John Taylor two weeks afterwards, " Each day he would look up in the doctors face to discover how long he should live -- he would say -- " how long will this posthumous life of mine last " -- that look was more than we could ever bear — the extreme brightness of his eyes — with his poor pallid face — were not earthly --" Severn's ordeal was recognized by Keats himself, who, a month before his death, said, " Severn I can see under your quiet look -- immense twisting and contending -- you dont know what you are reading -- you are induring for me more than I'd have you -- O!
He and his family took up his residence there at the White House of the Confederacy later that month.

1.088 seconds.