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Adopting the name change, the council resolved to call on residents, businesses and public organisations to use the name Staines-upon-Thames, and to call on the Surrey County Council and Runnymede Borough Council to use Staines-upon-Thames for all official business.
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Adopting and name
Adopting a single name to identify oneself was in vogue by artists in many fields during that era, especially among those in Paris.
Adopting a new name, the group played its first gig as the Sex Pistols on November 6, 1975, at St. Martin's School of Art and soon attracted a small but ardent following.
Adopting the stage name " Michael Scott ", In July 1953 he was cast as the drunkard Hindley in the Company's production of Wuthering Heights.
Adopting the stage name " Sly Stone ," he then formed " The Stoners " in 1966 which included Cynthia Robinson on trumpet.
Adopting the use of the horse, the Niitsitapi established themselves as one of the most powerful Indian tribes on the Plains in the late 18th century, earning themselves the name " The Lords of the Plains.
Adopting the name of Hawkman, Hall leads her to the tomb ( with Batman secretly following ) and reveals his superhero identity.
Adopting its new name and abandoning communism in April 1993, the party adopted a social economic programme, and it was legalised in November 1993.
Adopting the shikona of Akebono, meaning " new dawn " in Japanese, he made his professional debut in March 1988 .< ref name =" Akebono ">
Adopting the name Mary Ann in 1987, Horton founded Columbus ' first transgender support group, the Crystal Club, in 1989.
Adopting the stage name Polaire ,(" Pole Star "), she worked first as a music-hall singer and dancer: one of her earliest hits was performing the French version of Ta-ra-ra Boom-de-ay.
Adopting the pen name of " Mountjoy ," he wrote and published at least 23 works between 1896 and 1923.
Adopting the stage name Craig Stevens, he debuted in a small role in 1939 and thereafter played mainly secondary parts.
Adopting the name " Christian York ", Spence wrestled for the Organization of Modern Extreme Grappling Arts ( OMEGA ), Southern Championship Wrestling, Steel City Wrestling, and numerous other independent promotions across the country.
Adopting the name of the parish priest or local official ( who also acted as the godfather at baptism ), was a widespread practise in Bombay during these early conversions.
Adopting the stage name June Caprice, she made sixteen films for Fox, half of which were directed by Harry F. Millarde.
Adopting and change
Adopting the motto “ Exploring, Understanding, Designing Change – Globally, Regionally, Locally ", the Geography Department offers an integrated bachelor degree programme in geography in addition to teacher training programmes, focusing on methodology and approaches in the fields of regional global change research, remote sensing and spatial modeling, environmental analysis, land use management, conservation as well as threats to nature.
Adopting the costume disguised their identities, but did not change or augment their existing powers.
Adopting and call
Adopting a contemporary hit radio format, the station's call letters changed to KIIK, and was known to fans as " KIIK 104.
Adopting and on
Adopting a relatively new tactic, Polish units built a fortified camp on the Hussite model consisting of wagons linked by a chain surrounded by a deep ditch ( tabor ).
Adopting the SATA interface meant that it could be used easily on all modern motherboards with no separate host adapter card.
Adopting the Object and the Declaration of Principles as laid down in 1904 by the Socialist Party of Great Britain as the basis, the WSP ( I ) appreciates the SPGB for its opposition to the World Wars on grounds of class and description of Russia in 1918 as " State Capitalist ".
Adopting the Idiot Flesh moniker in 1987, they went on to release three full-length albums before disbanding in 1998.
She has presented several documentaries for the BBC, " Saira Khan's Pakistan Adventure " 2x60mins BBC2 2007 and " Adopting Abroad, Saira's Story " BBC2 2x60mins Sept 2011, as well as appearing as a guest on a variety of BBC and ITV shows such as Ready Steady Cook and Countdown.
Adopting Joseph Seiss's designation that the Great Pyramid of Giza was " the Bible in stone " Russell taught that it played a special part in God's plan during the " last days " basing his interpretation on Isaiah 19: 19-20 which says-" In that day shall there be an altar ( pile of stones ) to the Lord in the midst of the land of Egypt, and a pillar ( Hebrew " matstebah " or monument ) at the border thereof to the Lord.
Adopting a platform based on ending all " coloured " immigration and offering National Assistance only to immigrants who agreed to accept repatriation Bean secured 9 % of the vote, which was at that point the highest ever won by a candidate running on an avowedly racialist ticket.
Adopting the guise of Sherlock Holmes ( complete with cloak, deerstalker cap and bubble pipe ), Snoopy and Woodstock go on the hunt for the missing nest.
Adopting and use
Adopting a mongrel dog as a pet is fairly common as is the use of the trained mongrel in their performances.
Adopting and for
Adopting strong protectionist policies, One Nation advocated the restoration of import tariffs, a revival of Australia's manufacturing industry, and an increase in support for small business and the rural sector.
Adopting the TNT aircraft management principle, Air Foyle and then its sister passenger airline Air Foyle Passenger Airlines operated a variety of aircraft including Boeing 737-200, 737-300, 727-200, Airbus A320 and A300 for a number of airline and virtual airline customers including EasyJet, Sunseeker, Sabre, Virgin Express, Debonair, Color Air, and Air Scandic from 1993 until 2000.
In Derek Truscott, Becoming An Effective Psychotherapist: Adopting a Theory of Psychotherapy That's Right for You and Your Client, pp. 83 – 96.
* Beckwith, Ryan Teague, Adopting a Culture: Woman's Struggle for a Korean Identity, 2002, accessed 11 / 11 / 02
Adopting the slogan " Progress-Solidarity-Unity ", the movement aimed to work closely for a closer unity of European states, although in the end little came of it as only the MSI enjoyed any success domestically.
* 2002: Adopting the body of the discontinued Chrysler LHS, a new trim level was added, the range-topping Limited for 2002, which featured 17-inch wheels and a " high output " 3. 5L V6 engine with.
Adopting ITIL best practices is therefore a good first step for organizations wishing to achieve ISO 20000 certification for their IT Service Management processes.
Adopting the identity of Cannibal Ghost Women, they survived for generations by mating with human males, a union that invariably resulted in Eldren daughters.
Adopting a # 18 jersey, Parker quickly established himself as the starting shooting guard for Toronto and a well-respected three-point shooter in the NBA, ranking fourth in the league for three point field goal percentage by the end of the regular season.
Adopting a " Fiji for the Fijians " policy, Gordon prohibited further sales of land, although it could be leased.
Adopting the profession of arms, he commanded ships which took part in the war between England and France in 1513 and 1514 ; later he served the king of Portugal against the Moors, and then he fought for his own sovereign in Ireland and in France.
Adopting an extremely energetic DJ persona, he became known for sets that were equal parts hardcore and drum and bass.
Adopting a literary career, he was inspired by anti-Austrian feeling and devotion to the royal house of Savoy, and in early life his combination of a sympathy for national independence with monarchical sentiments brought him into trouble in both quarters, to the point that Guerrazzi expelled him from Tuscany in 1849 for his praise of Carlo Alberto.