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According to Wilson, Ballard's voice was so loud that she was made to stand up to seventeen feet away from her microphone during recording sessions, while the other two Supremes stood directly in front of their microphones.
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According to Bryan Wilson, functionally the definition of a " fellowship " within Christadelphian history has been mutual or unilateral exclusion of groupings of ecclesias from the breaking of bread.
According to Factory's co-founder Tony Wilson, " All our bands are free to fuck off whenever they please.
According to the OED, John Paul Scott coined the word " sociobiology " at a 1946 conference on genetics and social behaviour, and became widely used after it was popularized by Edward O. Wilson in his 1975 book, Sociobiology: The New Synthesis.
According to Len Dawson, placekicker Jan Stenerud and punter Jerrel Wilson were the best kickers in football.
According to Dave Wilson, in his book Rock Formations, the name They Might Be Giants had been used and subsequently discarded by a friend of the band who had a ventriloquism act.
According to a BBC Radio 4 programme on the characters, they were named after the writers Sandy Wilson and Julian Slade.
According to Brian Lapping, this would have been Wilson ’ s largest reform of social security, had it been carried out.
According to author Daniel J. Wilson, the characteristics of masculinity include strength, activeness, speed, endurance, and courage.
According to Swami Sivananda, the view that the Shiva lingam represents the phallus is a mistake ; The same sentiments have also been expressed by H. H. Wilson in 1840.
According to state marker, the cemetery contains the burial plots of early settlers including Reverend Charles Webb, Moses Endicott, Edward McShane, Henry Talbert and Hugh Wilson.
According to the The Handbook of Texas, the area where the town is now located was once on land granted to the county in 1892 by the 77 Ranch, owned by S. B. Wilson and Wilson Furneaux.
According to Jacob Adler, Wilson Barrett was the most famous actor on the London stage of the 1880s.
According to Burke, Pickett gave the song to him on a tour bus: " Wilson sang the song for me in a bus on a tour.
According to the prophet Jack Wilson ( Wovoka )' s teachings, proper practice of the dance would reunite the living with the spirits of the dead and bring peace, prosperity, and unity to native peoples throughout the region.
According to Colt historian Robert Lawrence Wilson, the " lectures launched Colt's celebrated career as a pioneer Madison Avenue-style pitchman ".
According to Wilson, who highlights the phenomenon in his book Don't Get Fooled Again ( 2008 ), the characteristic feature of false skepticism is that it " centres not on an impartial search for the truth, but on the defence of a preconceived ideological position ".
According to Speaker Selwyn Lloyd, the now famous disorderly behaviour of MPs during PMQs first arose as a result of the personal animosity between Harold Wilson and Edward Heath ; before this PMQs had been lively but comparatively civilised.
According to TV Guide magazine, creator Hugh Wilson said he was " satisfied " with the final product for DVD release.
According to the National Book Foundation: " From Mary McCarthy and Edmund Wilson to Gore Vidal and Joan Didion, The New York Review of Books has consistently employed the liveliest minds in America to think about, write about, and debate books and the issues they raise.
According to the Monmouth Archaeological Society, " there is now no room for debate " that the excavations by Wilson and others have now identified the main site of the medieval town to be around the minor road towards Catbrook, to the south of the current village on what is now farmland.
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According to members of the " 5 " Royales, the confusion peaked in 1953 when an unscrupulous promoter booked Ballard's group in Winston-Salem, trying to pass the Detroit band off as its native-son namesakes, much to the chagrin of a local audience.
According to Ballard's underwater surveys in recent years the British guns achieved only four penetrations of Bismarcks armour, two through the upper armour belt on the starboard side from King George V and two on the port side from Rodney.
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According to Bushell, " Punk was meant to be of the voice of the dole queue, and in reality most of them were not.
According to his biographer in the Liber Pontificalis, Innocent was the son of a man called Innocens of Albano, but according to his contemporary Jerome, his father was Pope Anastasius I ( 399 – 401 ), whom he was called by the unanimous voice of the clergy and laity to succeed ( he had been born before his father's entry to the clergy ).
According to Orbison, the subsequent songs he wrote with Melson during this period were constructed with his voice in mind, specifically to showcase its range and power.
According to Sondheim, " Glynis had a lovely, crystal voice, but sustaining notes was not her thing.
According to Mike Nesmith, it was Dolenz's voice that made the Monkees ' sound distinctive, and even during tension-filled times Nesmith and Peter Tork voluntarily turned over lead vocal duties to Dolenz on their own compositions, such as Tork's " For Pete's Sake ", which became the closing title theme for the second season of the TV show.
According to Drew Miller of Stylus, the soundtrack " unconscious voice " to the characters ' psyches and complements the subtext.
According to Cassius Dio, Terentius Maximus resembled Nero in voice and appearance and, like him, sang to the lyre.
According to cartoon creator / voice actor, Seth MacFarlane, the voice of Roger the Alien on the Fox television show American Dad!
According to this paradigm, the primary force driving an addicts predicament is what Trimpey calls the " addictive voice ", which can physiologically be understood as being related to the parts of the human brain that control our core survival functions such as hunger, sex, and bowel control.
According to Solon the poet, Solon the reformer was a voice for political moderation in Athens at a time when his fellow citizens were increasingly polarized by social and economic differences:
According to Wouk, " head Harry Cohn looked into the matter, called me back, and said in his tough gravelly voice, ' I've got you beat on the legalities, but I've listened to the record and it's no goddamn good, so I'm yanking it.
According to Leonard Maltin this is what caused the How to ... cartoons of the 1940s in which Goofy had little dialogue, and a narrator ( often John McLeish ) was used ( they would also reuse Colvig's voice in recording or hire a voice actor to imitate it ).
According to director Chuck Jones, this film demonstrated for the first time that animation can create characters with a recognizable personality, independent of their appearance, milieu, or voice.
According to Pausanias in the later 2nd century AD, there were three original Muses: Aoidē (" song " or " voice "), Meletē (" practice " or " occasion "), and Mnēmē (" memory ").
According to another version Marsyas was defeated when Apollo added his voice to the sound of the lyre.
According to legend, a Roman plebeian named M. Caedicius heard a supernatural, nocturnal voice that issued from Vesta's sacred grove, at the base of the Palatine hill.
According to several biographies of Earhart, Putnam investigated this rumor personally but after listening to many recordings of numerous Tokyo Roses, he did not recognize her voice among them.
According to Jesus, as we find it written in John 18: 37, Jesus thus describes his mission: " came into the world ... to bear witness to the truth ; and all who are on the side of truth listen to voice ", to which Pilate famously replied, " What is truth?
According to Aristeides Papadakis, " all Orthodox scholars who have written on Palamas — Lossky, Krivosheine, Papamichael, Meyendorff, Christou — assume his voice to be a legitimate expression of Orthodox tradition.
According to ESPN. com's Ron Flatter: " He was the pioneer of boxing's bigger-than-life entourages, including a secretary, barber, masseur, voice coach, a coterie of trainers, beautiful women, a dwarf mascot and lifelong manager George Gainford.
According to one of Tchaikovsky's fellow students, Alexandr Rubets, Rubinstein would sometimes begin class by reading some verses, then assign them to be set for either solo voice or chorus, depending on the student's preference.