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According to Bruce Campbell's autobiography, If Chins Could Kill, Richard acquired his stage name by combining his short name with his roommates ' names, Hal and Del.
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According to linguist Bruce Moore, " the major input of the various sounds that went into constructing the Australian accent was from south-east England.
According to Bruce L. Olsen, director of public affairs for the church, " The logo re-emphasizes the official name of the church and the central position of the Savior in its theology.
According to Massiter, Newton believed that CND was controlled by extreme left-wing activists and that Bruce Kent might be a crypto-communist, but Massiter found no evidence to support either opinion.
According to Bruce Lincoln, the philosophes " made irrationality the hallmark of myth and constituted philosophy — rather than the Christian kerygma — as the antidote for mythic discourse.
According to Bruce Pauley, Fascist governments exercised control over private property but did not nationalize it.
According to Bruce Johnson, jazz music has always had a " tension between jazz as a commercial music and an art form ".
According to Bruce Lee, martial arts also have the nature of an art, since there is emotional communication and complete emotional expression.
According to Bruce McConkie, a general authority of the LDS Church, " Mormonism is indistinguishable from Christianity.
According to Bruce Schneier, examining data from a 2006 phishing attack, 55 % of MySpace passwords would be crackable in 8 hours using a commercially available Password Recovery Toolkit capable of testing 200, 000 passwords per second in 2006.
" According to historian and domestic policy adviser Bruce Bartlett, Reagan's tax increases over the course of his presidency took back half of the 1981 tax cut.
According to Barbour and Fordoun, in the late summer of 1305 in a secret agreement sworn, signed and sealed, John Comyn agreed to forfeit his claim to the Scottish throne in favour of Robert Bruce upon receipt of the Bruce lands in Scotland should an uprising occur led by Bruce.
According to Barbour, Comyn betrayed his agreement with Bruce to King Edward I, and when Bruce arranged a meeting for 10 February 1306 with Comyn in the Chapel of Greyfriars Monastery in Dumfries and accused him of treachery, they came to blows.
According to a legend, at some point while he was on the run during the winter of 1306 – 07, Bruce hid in a cave on Rathlin Island off the north coast of Ireland, where he observed a spider spinning a web, trying to make a connection from one area of the cave's roof to another.
According to Bruce E. Wright, “ the Governing Junta of National Reconstruction agreed, under Sandinista leadership, that these principles had guided it in putting into practice a form of government that was characterized by those principles .” It is generally accepted that these following principles have evolved the “ ideology of Sandinismo .” Three of these ( excluding popular participation, which was presumably contained in Article 2 of the Constitution of Nicaragua ) were to ultimately be guaranteed by Article 5 of the Constitution of Nicaragua.
According to cultural historian Bruce Thompson, Fritz Lang movie Dr. Mabuse the Gambler ( 1922 ) captures Berlin's postwar mood:
According to historian Bruce Catton, Garfield's statements influenced the Lincoln administration to find a replacement for Rosecrans.
According to Newton scholar J Bruce Brackenridge, although much has been made of the change in language and difference of point of view, as between centrifugal or centripetal forces, the actual computations and proofs remained the same either way.
According to the historian and poet John Barbour, King Robert Bruce rebuked the folly of his brother, even though Dundee had probably fallen to the Scots through a similar arrangement in 1312.
According to Iroquoian scholar Bruce Trigger, " Niagara " is derived from the name given to a branch of the locally residing native Neutral Confederacy, who are described as being called the " Niagagarega " people on several late 17th century French maps of the area.
According to White, most of the never-chosen dossiers were photographs of actors of other TV series, such as George Takei, various series staffers and their wives, including Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Geller
According to Bruce D. Johnson, Andrew Golub, and James McCabe, the application of the broken windows theory in policing and policy-making can result in development projects that decrease physical disorder but promote undesired gentrification.
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According to Campbell's Model of The Determinants of Job Performance, job performance is a result of the interaction between declarative knowledge ( knowledge of facts or things ), procedural knowledge ( knowledge of what needs to be done and how to do it ), and motivation ( reflective of an employee's choices regarding whether to expend effort, the level of effort to expend, and whether to persist with the level of effort chosen ).
According to Joseph Pearce, As with so much of Campbell's satire, The Georgiad's invective is too vindictive.
According to one account, Campbell's food chemist Ralph Miller was inspired by a signature dish of the company chef, sliced elbow macaroni in a soupy tomato sauce.
According to Campbell's " monomyth " theory, hero stories from around the world share a common plot structure.
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According to the Dictionary of American Hymnology, " Amazing Grace " is John Newton's spiritual autobiography in verse.
According to Day's autobiography, as told to A. E. Hotchner, the usually athletic and healthy Martin Melcher had an enlarged heart.
According to Arnaz himself, in his autobiography A Book ( 1976 ), the family owned three ranches, a palatial home, and a vacation mansion on a private island in Santiago Bay, Cuba.
According to his autobiography, Abdur Rahman had three goals: subjugating the tribes, extending government control through a strong, visible army, and reinforcing the power of the ruler and the royal family.
According to castmate Todd Bridges ' autobiography Killing Willis, Coleman was made to work long hours on the set of Diff ' rent Strokes despite his age and health problems, and this contributed to his being unhappy and separating himself from the cast.
According to John Major's autobiography, the first thing Redwood's successor William Hague said, on being appointed, was that he had better find someone to teach him the words.
* According to Alberti himself, in a short autobiography written c. 1438 in Latin and in the third person, ( many but not all scholars consider this work to be an autobiography ) he was capable of " standing with his feet together, and springing over a man's head.
According to Keith Emerson's autobiography, two of Lemmy's Hitlerjugend knives were given to Emerson by Lemmy during his time as a roadie for The Nice.
According to Gandhi's autobiography, the contest winner was Maganlal Gandhi ( presumably no relation ), who submitted the entry ' sadagraha ', which Gandhi then modified to ' satyagraha '.
According to Levon Helm's autobiography, in the later stages of his illness, Manuel was consuming eight bottles of Grand Marnier per day.
According to Tom Watson, Jr., in his autobiography: One day my dad went into a roadside saloon to celebrate a sale and had too much to drink.
According to Willie " The Lion " Smith's autobiography, the term " gutbucket " comes from " Negro families " who all owned their own pail, or bucket, and will get it filled with the makings for chitterlings.
According to Jack Warner in his autobiography, prior to the United States entering World War II, the head of Warner Bros. sales in Germany, Philip Kauffman, was murdered by the Nazis in Berlin in 1936.
According to Moe Howard's autobiography, the Stooges split with Ted Healy in 1934 once and for all because of Healy's alcoholism and abrasiveness.
According to his own account, recorded in his autobiography Mein Leben, Wagner conceived Parsifal on Good Friday morning, April 1857, in the Asyl ( German: " Asylum "), the small cottage on Otto Wesendonck's estate in the Zürich suburb of Enge, which Wesendonck-a wealthy silk merchant and generous patron of the arts-had placed at Wagner ’ s disposal, through the good offices of his wife Mathilde Wesendonck.
According to his autobiography, Mein Leben, Wagner decided to dramatise the Tristan legend after his friend, Karl Ritter, attempted to do so, writing that:
According to his autobiography Bessemer was working with an ordinary reverbatory furnace but during a test, some pieces of pig iron were jostled off the side of the ladle, and were left above the ladle in the furnace's heat.
According to Keaton's autobiography, Natalie turned him out of their bedroom and hired detectives to follow him.
According to Shepherd's autobiography, it was a 1970 Glamour magazine cover that caught the eye of film director Peter Bogdanovich.
According to her autobiography, during this time she hid in friends ’ homes and moved from place to place at night.
According to his autobiography, he and Errol Flynn were firm friends and had decided to rent Rosalind Russell's house at 601 North Linden Drive as a bachelor pad.