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A new series feature introduced in Hexen is the choice of character class.
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Between 1944 and 1947 Helion had a series of one-man shows -- at the Paul Rosenberg Gallery in New York and in Paris -- of his new realistic pictures.
-- And proposals for a whole series of lesser candidate-picking conventions in the state's 38 new Congressional districts.
As of October 25, the AEC had reported 24 shots in the new Soviet series, 12 of them in a megaton range, including a super bomb with a yield of 30 to 50 megatons ( the equivalent of 30 million to 50 million tons of TNT ) ; ;
If the new Soviet series has followed the general pattern of previous Russian tests, the shots were roughly half fission and half fusion, meaning a fission yield of 30 to 40 megatons thus far.
We also continued to run a series of ads featuring endorsement of Rhode Island by industrialists who had recently established new plants here.
The exercise I shall discuss in this -- the first of a new series of articles on muscle definition-specialization of a particular body part -- is the One Leg Lunge.
In 1 we investigate a new series of line involutions in a projective space of three dimensions over the field of complex numbers.
Some of the previously reported compounds have thus been reformulated and a series of new hydrido and carbonyl compounds discovered, the more representative examples being Af, Af, Af, Af and Af ( Af ).
NBC plans a new series of three long programs exploring America's scientific plans titled `` Threshold '', to start in the fall.
When he was made a vice president only a year after the new sales job, a leading business magazine ran his photograph with a brief biography in a series on national business leaders of the future.
The popular AFI 100 Years … series, which ran from 1998 to 2008, and created jury-selected lists of America ’ s best movies in categories including Musicals, Laughs and Thrills, drove new generations to experience classic American films.
Australia won 4 – 0 in 1958 – 59, having found a high-quality spinner of their own in new skipper Richie Benaud, who took 31 wickets in the five-Test series, and paceman Alan Davidson, who took 24 wickets at 19. 00.
England then lost the 1975 series 0 – 1, but at least restored some pride under new captain Tony Greig.
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.
It entailed the recruitment of clerical scholars from Mercia, Wales and abroad to enhance the tenor of the court and of the episcopacy ; the establishment of a court school to educate his own children, the sons of his nobles, and intellectually promising boys of lesser birth ; an attempt to require literacy in those who held offices of authority ; a series of translations into the vernacular of Latin works the king deemed " most necessary for all men to know "; the compilation of a chronicle detailing the rise of Alfred's kingdom and house ; and the issuance of a law code that presented the West Saxons as a new people of Israel and their king as a just and divinely inspired law-giver.
* In mid-2009, Fleming was commemorated on a new series of banknotes issued by the Clydesdale Bank ; his image appears on the new issue of £ 5 notes.
This was not a success in battle, and was replaced with a very successful series of increasingly powerful turretless assault guns: the SU-76, SU-122, and the heavy SU-152, which were followed by the ISU-122 and ISU-152 on the new IS heavy tank chassis.
In 2007 the international rules series was abandoned because of the aggression and the severity of the Australian team in the previous year, but in 2008, under new rules to protect the player with the ball, it resumed in Australia.
Television stations and networks, particularly in North America, traditionally begin their regular seasons in autumn, with new series and new episodes of existing series debuting mostly during late September ( series that debut outside the fall season are usually known as midseason replacements ).
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You may have misgivings about certain aspects of our military establishment -- I certainly do -- but you know any comparison of over-all American strength with over-all Soviet strength finds the United States not only superior, but so superior both in present weapons and in the development of new ones that our advantage promises to be a permanent feature of U.S.-Soviet relations for the foreseeable future.
The new robot city will feature research and development centers for manufacturers and part suppliers, as well as exhibition halls and a stadium for robot competitions.
The evolution of a novel feature may permit a clade to diversify by making new areas of morphospace accessible.
As part of a promotional campaign for the new series, cinemas screening Jackass 3D opened the feature film with a 3-D Beavis and Butt-Head short subject.
To counteract this, a new feature introduced with the 2003 relaunch was a ' breaking news sting ': a globe shown briefly onscreen to direct a viewer's attention to the breaking news.
The conclusion of the countdown was altered in 2008 to feature the new presentation style, rather than a data stream moving in towards the camera.
Each major release cycle has introduced a single new major feature generally layering on top of the earlier features to add functionality to the product.
Previous editions of War and Remembrance, The Bloodstone Hunt, Operation Rebirth, Man Without a Country, and To Serve and Protect were released prior to new 2010 editions leading up to the Captain America: The First Avenger feature film.
Sessions for the planned album Toy, intended to feature new versions of some of Bowie's earliest pieces as well as three new songs, commenced in 2000, but the album was never released.
Technicolor manufactured the DVDs for uploading on these test systems and was responsible for sending technicians out to the locations for every new feature film that was played.
Action Comics # 1 ( June 1938 ), the first comic book to feature the new character archetype — soon known as " superheroes " — proved a major sales hit.
On February 14, 2012, the Devo Facebook page posted a status update that clubdevo. com would soon be launching a brand new " post-Warner Brothers " website that would feature new merchandise.
It added that the new website would offer " new protective gear " and " unreleased material from the archives in vinyl disc format ," as well as feature " WORLD-WIDE shipping to anywhere on Planet Earth.
The film will not feature a post apocalyptic New York like the original did, rather the New York in the new film will have been built after the bomb.
Current editions of the books feature new illustrations in place of the originals by Leonard Shortall, updated to contemporary cultural styles.
The US and Australian releases will share one design while the rest of the world will feature the other for a new 2 CD October 2011 release.
In films like Pathéa's le Cheval emballé ( The Runaway Horse ) ( 1907 ), there appeared a new feature, which can be called cross-cutting between parallel actions.
These had followed closely on from Wings of the Morning ( 1937 ), the UK's first colour feature film in the new three colour process ( previous colour features had used a two colour process ).
The first full-length feature produced under the BFI's new scheme was Kevin Brownlow and Andrew Mollo's Winstanley ( 1975 ), while others included Moon Over the Alley ( 1975 ), Requiem for a Village ( 1975 ), the openly avant-garde Central Bazaar ( 1973 ), Pressure ( 1975 ) and A Private Enterprise ( 1974 ) -- the last two being, respectively, the first British Black and Asian features.