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In an interview conducted by Alan Jackson for The Times Magazine in 2001, before the album was released, Dylan said " these so-called connoisseurs of Bob Dylan music ... I don't feel they know a thing, or have any inkling of who I am and what I ’ m about.
Writer Alan Grant has stated, " The Batman I wrote for 13 years isn't gay.
Alan Watts ( 1975: xix ) explains using Wade – Giles " in spite of its defects " but writes: " No uninitiated English-speaking person could guess how to pronounce it, and I have even thought, in a jocularly malicious state of mind, that Professors Wade and Giles invented it so as to erect a barrier between profane and illiterate people and true scholars.
Senior staff included Alastair Denniston, Oliver Strachey, Dilly Knox, John Tiltman, Edward Travis, Ernst Fetterlein, Josh Cooper, Donald Michie, Alan Turing, Max Newman, William Tutte, I. J.
In the 12th century David I, Prince of Cumbria and Earl of Northampton and Huntingdon would conquer, with the backing of Henry I of England and a number of English Barons, including a Robert Bruce and Walter fitz Alan ( Stewart / Stuart ), the majority of mainland Scotland.
On 30 June 2003, Caron traveled to San Francisco to appear as the special guest star in The Songs of Alan Jay Lerner: I Remember It Well, a retrospective concert staged by San Francisco's 42nd Street Moon Company.
When one of the two programmers left CompuNet, the remaining programmer, Alan Lenton, decided to rewrite the game from scratch and named it Federation II ( at the time no Federation I existed ).
Canned Heat's Alan Wilson also helped bring slide guitar to the rock music industry in the late 1960s which he used frequently during concerts to create a buzzing delta blues boogie which can be heard on tracks such as London Blues, I Love My Baby, Sandy Blues, and countless others and can also be seen during their performances at the Monterey Pop Festival on Rollin and Tumblin ' and at Woodstock During Woodstock Boogie and On The Road Again.
Astronauts Alan Shepard, who was the first American in space, and Deke Slayton later wrote of how the sight of Sputnik I passing overhead inspired them to their new careers.
Highlights of the album are a reggae version of the Beatles song " I Will ", a rendition of " Wake Nicodemus " featuring the Pipes and Drums of the 48th Highlanders of Canada, and a bar-room ballad, " Alan ", composed by Canadian singer / songwriter Tony Kosinec.
Another of the early songs to feature a vocoder was " The Raven " on the 1976 album Tales of Mystery and Imagination by progressive rock band The Alan Parsons Project ; the vocoder also was used on later albums such as I Robot.
Alan Schneider once suggested putting the play on in a round – Pozzo has often been commented on as a ringmaster – but Beckett dissuaded him: " I don't in my ignorance agree with the round and feel Godot needs a very closed box.
Gropius and his Bauhaus protégé Marcel Breuer both moved to Cambridge, Massachusetts to teach at the Harvard Graduate School of Design and collaborate on projects including The Alan I W Frank House in Pittsburgh and the company-town Aluminum City Terrace project in New Kensington, Pennsylvania, before their professional split.
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William Wallace is possibly descended from a Richard Wallace who came to Scotland in the 1130s in the service of Walter fitz Alan, who had been appointed Steward by King David I.
Other prominent games developers include Julian Gollop ( Chaos, Rebelstar, X-COM series ), Matthew Smith ( Manic Miner, Jet Set Willy ), Jon Ritman ( Match Day, Head Over Heels ), Jonathan " Joffa " Smith ( Ping Pong, Batman: The Caped Crusader, Mikie, HyperSports ), The Oliver Twins ( the Dizzy series ), Clive Townsend ( Saboteur ), Sandy White ( Ant Attack, I of the mask ), Pete Cooke ( Tau Ceti ), Mike Singleton ( The Lords of Midnight, War In Middle Earth ), and Alan Cox.
The NME reported that Alan ' Reni ' Wren had responded to these rumours, contacting them with a cryptic message that read: " Not before 9T will I wear the hat 4 the Roses again ".
He was David Soslan, an Alan prince, to whom the 18th-century Georgian scholar Prince Vakhushti ascribes descent from the early 11th-century Georgian king George I. David, a capable military commander, became Tamar's major supporter and was instrumental in defeating the rebellious nobles rallied behind Yuri.
Field Marshal Alan Brooke noted in January 1943 that " I had heard of him, but I must confess that his swashbuckling personality exceeded my expectation.
There is also a more recent book ( 2004 ) by Alan Gold titled The Pirate Queen: The Story of Grace O ' Malley, an Irish Pirate that tells of her life from 14 till her meeting with Elizabeth I.
In 1978 Alan E. Hill of the Air Force Weapons Laboratory in Albuquerque, NM, designed the Plasmatronics Hill Type I, a tweeter whose plasma was generated from helium gas.

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Other prominent academics associated with the University include Geoffrey Bennington, the creator of the MA programme in Modern French Thought ( Derrida, Lyotard ); Homi K. Bhabha ( postcolonialism ); Rachel Bowlby ( feminism, Woolf, Freud ); Geoff Cloke FRS ( Inorganic Chemistry ); Jonathan Dollimore ( Renaissance literature, gender and queer studies ); Katy Gardner ( social anthropology ); Gabriel Josipovici ( Dante, the Bible ); Michael Land FRS ( Animal Vision-Frink Medal )); Michael Lappert FRS ( Inorganic Chemistry ); Alan Lehmann FRS ( Genetics and Genome Stability ); ( Laura Marcus ( Woolf ); John Murrell FRS ( Theoretical Chemistry ); Peter Nicholls ( Pound, modernism ); John Nixon FRS ( Inorganic Chemistry )); Laurence Pearl FRS ( Structural Biology ); Guy Richardson FRS ( Neuroscience ); Jacqueline Rose ( feminism, psychoanalysis ); Nicholas Royle ( modern literature and theory ; deconstruction ); Alan Sinfield ( Shakespeare, sexuality, queer theory ); Norman Vance ( Victorian, classical reception ); Richard Whatmore & Knud Haakonssen ( intellectual historians ); Gavin Ashenden ( Senior Lecturer in English, University Chaplain, and Chaplain to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II ; Cedric Watts ( Conrad, Greene ); Marcus Wood ( postcolonialism ).
Founded after the 1984 Stop the City protests, the magazine was launched in the summer of that year by an editorial collective consisting of Alan Albon, Richard Hunt and Marcus Christo.
Building Western Civilization: From the Advent of Writing to the Age of Steam ( ISBN 0-15-500115-9 ) is a history book written by Alan I. Marcus in 1998.
In a transmission of The Unbelievable Truth in May 2012, Alan objected to being described as ' an avowed atheist ', agreeing with fellow panelist Marcus Brigstocke's assertion that his attitude to religion could be summed up as " dabbles in light atheism ".
** The Hammer Story by Marcus Hearn and Alan Barnes
He also appeared on A Question of Sport in 2006 and again in 2011 and was a guest host of Have I Got News for You in May 2008, alongside guests Alan Duncan and Marcus Brigstocke ( also making a surprise appearance in the Christmas special later in the year ).
* Deep Six by Clive Cussler ( 1984 ): After the presidential yacht, the Eagle, goes missing with the President, Vice President Vincent Margolin, Speaker of the House Alan Moran and President of the Senate pro tempore Marcus Larimer on board, Secretary of State ( and now Acting President ) Douglas Oates orders a cover-up, with actors playing the President and Vice President while Oates executed executive powers.
( David Alan ) Blyler ( born July 13, 1967 ) is the author of the expatriate novel Steffi ’ s Club ( BurnhillWolf, 2003 ) and two published works of poetry, Shared Solitude and Diary of a Seducer ( a collaboration with painter and filmmaker Marcus Reichert ).
At the party being held for the companies ' merger, Marcus tells his friends Tyler ( Martin Lawrence ) and Gerard ( David Alan Grier ) he's thinking about resigning since he's not going to be promoted.
His first film role of note was in the 1971 film, The Go Between, where he played Marcus Maudsley, school friend of Leo Colston ( Dominic Guard ) who passed messages between Julie Christie and Alan Bates.
The confirmed members are Mike Sandison, Marcus Eoin, Peter Iain Campbell, Simon Goderich, Mark Garrett, Rachel Stewart, Alan Mackenzie, and Andrew Wilson.

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Parsons would produce and engineer songs written by the two, and the Alan Parsons Project was born.
Sir Alan Ayckbourn CBE ( born 12 April 1939 ) is a prolific English playwright.
James Alan McPherson ( born September 16, 1943 ) is an American short story writer and essayist.
Richardson was born in Southport, Lancashire, to Marian Georgina ( née Townsend ), a housewife, and William Alan Richardson, a marketing executive.
Thomas Alan " Tom " Waits ( born December 7, 1949 ) is an American singer-songwriter, composer, and actor.
Alan Sidney Patrick Rickman ( born 21 February 1946 ) is an English actor of stage and screen.
* Alan Sugar ( businessman, born in Hackney )
* Alan Bond ( businessman ) ( born 1938 ), Australian businessman
He has two brothers, Robert Alan Novoselic and Dillon Malloy Novoselic, and in 1973, Novoselic's sister Diana was born.
* Alan Williams ( born Alan James Williams, 23 December 1948, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire )-vocals, guitar
According to The Descendants of William Sabin, compiled by Gordon Alan Morris, Thomas J. Prittie, and Dixie Prittie, the first Caucasian child born in the county was Mary Stuart Sabin, daughter of Dr. Warren Sabin, c. 1812.
Alan Shearer OBE, DL ( born 13 August 1970 ) is a retired English footballer.
Shearer was born in Gosforth, Newcastle in 1970 to working-class parents Alan and Anne Shearer.
Fry was born in Hampstead, London, on 24 August 1957, the son of Marianne Eve Fry ( née Newman ) and Alan John Fry, who was an English physicist and inventor.
Shepard was born in Derry, New Hampshire to Lieutenant Colonel Alan B. Shepard, Sr. and Renza ( née Emerson ) Shepard.
Alan was born in Dulwich, London, to Alfred Walter Bush ( 1869 – 1935 ), a director of the manufacturing chemists, W. J. Bush & Co., and his wife, Alice Maud Brinsley ( 1870 – 1951 ).
Alan Garner was born in the front room of his grandmother's house in Congleton, Cheshire, on 17 October 1934.
Other notable people born in or associated with Newcastle include: engineer and industrialist Lord Armstrong, engineer and father of the modern steam railways George Stephenson, his son, also an engineer, Robert Stephenson, engineer and inventor of the steam turbine Sir Charles Parsons, inventor of the incandescent light bulb Sir Joseph Swan, modernist poet Basil Bunting, Lord Chief Justice Peter Taylor, the Portuguese writer Eça de Queiroz who was a diplomat in Newcastle from late 1874 until April 1879 — his most productive literary period, The Prime Minister of Thailand Abhisit Vejjajiva, singers Eric Burdon, Sting and Brian Johnson, lead singer of AC / DC from 1980 to the present, actors Charlie Hunnam multiple circumnavigator David Scott Cowper, Neil Tennant, Alan Hull, Mark Knopfler, Hank Marvin, Bruce Welch, Cheryl Cole, entertainers Ant and Dec, and international footballers Peter Beardsley, Michael Carrick, Andy Carroll, Paul Gascoigne and Alan Shearer.
Alan Bennett ( born 9 May 1934 ) is a British playwright, screenwriter, actor and author.
* Alan Watts, philosopher, born and raised in Chislehurst, moved to the United States in 1938.
* Winston Bazoomies ( Alan Sayag ) of Bad Manners was born and still lives in Stoke Newington.
* Alan Wheatley, who is probably best known for his role as the Sheriff of Nottingham in the TV series The Adventures of Robin Hood in the 1950s, was born in Tolworth.
Richard Alan Garcés Mendoza, Jr. ( born May 18, 1971 in Maracay, Venezuela ) is a former right-handed relief pitcher in Major League Baseball.

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