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Other early Anglo-Saxon items found at Reculver include a fragment of a gilt bronze brooch, or " fibula ", which was originally circular and set with coloured stones or glass, a claw beaker, and pottery.
McFarland started the fight well, and most reporters gave him the first nine rounds, after that Welsh took most of the rounds, though in the eyes of the British press he failed to claw back the advantage McFarland had opened up in the early rounds.
The closest Primary School is Griffe Field Primary School ( Griffe being derived from the French for ' claw ' which, when combined with the name of Hell Brook, gives some credence to the stories that it was a burial ground for plague victims ) which is actually within the estate on Grosvenor Drive, built as a part of the initial development by Birch plc ( since acquired by Edinburgh-based Miller Homes ) but since expanded to double its original size early in the new Millennium.
Throughout the 1970s and early 1980s he held numerous singles and tag team titles throughout several NWA and AWA territories, as well as wrestling for the WWWF, where his claw hold was " censored " by a huge red " X " on WWWF televsion because of the blood it would draw when applied.
Archaeologists identify several different types including the butt beaker, the claw beaker and the rough-cast beaker, however when used alone the term usually refers to the pottery cups associated with the European Beaker culture of the late Neolithic and early Bronze Age.
Panic Attack on the early attack, but Tiberius 2 got its claw into PA's weapon.

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An early stone hammer
On the outside, it is decorated with sculptures of soldiers, workers and aviators, while inside walls and ceilings feature wreaths, bay leaves and stars, and until early 1990s, the Soviet hammer and sickle, typical decor for Soviet public buildings of early post-war years.
Whately was a great talker, much addicted in early life to argument, in which he used others as instruments on which to hammer out his own views, and as he advanced in life much given to didactic monologue.
The clavichord was an early acoustic keyboard instrument that used a mechanical hammer to " fret " a string for each key.
The 1990s saw a more politically and spiritually-conscious form of rapso, which has been infused with soul and reggae music, as well as native J ' ouvert, an early introduction to Carnival which consists of percussionists using makeshift materials to hammer out a beat.
Callus formation is seen in high numbers of patients with diabetes and together with absent foot pulses and formation of hammer toe, this may be an early signs of individuals at an increased risk for foot ulcers.
That same year, ZX Spectrum released the first association football management simulation, Football Manager, while Konami released an early Olympic-themed athletics game, Track & Field, which featured multiple Olympic track & field events ( including the 100-meter dash, long jump, javelin throw, 110-meter hurdles, hammer throw, and high jump ) and allowed up to four players to compete.
The early use of vibration for driving and extracting piles was confined to low frequency operation ; that is, frequencies less than the fundamental resonant frequency of the system and consequently, although effective, the process was only an improvement on conventional hammer equipment.
Earp was embarrassed in early 1876 when his loaded single-action revolver fell out of his holster while he was leaning back on a chair and discharged when the hammer hit the floor.
The oldest archaeological find is an antler hammer dating from the late Neolithic or early Bronze Age period, which was found at Newsham in 1979.
They also have a " ring hammer " ( spurless hammer with a hole through its head ) instead of the early " cone hammer " ( spurless hammer with ribbed cone-like projections on the sides of its head ).
Unlike later designs, the early Spencer's lever only served to unlock the falling-block action and load a new cartridge from the magazine ; it did not cock the hammer, and thus the hammer had to be cocked after the lever was operated to prepare the rifle to fire.
An example of this would be the geologist's hammer in The Shawshank Redemption, which the character Andy Dufresne ( Tim Robbins ) acquires early on in the movie.
The nose helve hammer seems to have been unusual until the late 18th or early 19th century.
He designed the first all-metal ice axe, and is credited with introducing the short ice axe and hammer with inclined picks for Scottish winter work in the early 1960s.
In the early morning hours of July 7, 1977 Yale graduate Richard Herrin bludgeoned Yale college senior Bonnie Garland to death with a hammer as she lay sleeping in her parents ' Scarsdale, New York home.
In the early hours of 21 March 2006, the shrine was vandalised by a Thai man believed to be mentally ill. After smashing the statue with a hammer, 27-year-old Thanakorn Pakdeepol was himself beaten to death by angry bystanders.
The design of the early Russian Federation variant of the Order differed from the Soviet variant only in the abrogation of the hammer and sickle from the silver shield on the obverse.
In the early years of NJHP, staff and students would gather at the beginning of each " cycle " ( quarters ) to hammer out a schedule of classes together.

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It appears that the dominant tendency of Mann's early tales, however pictorial or even picturesque the surface, is already toward the symbolic, the emblematic, the expressionistic.
He terms this early enthusiasm `` Romantic Christianity '' and concludes that its similarity to democratic beliefs of that day is so great that `` the doctrine of liberty seems but a secular version of its counterpart in evangelical Protestantism ''.
and almost the only `` cure '' is early detection and removal.
Evidence is plentiful that early and later also he has been indebted to the Gothic romancers, who deal in extravagant horror, to the symbolists writing at the end of the preceding century, and in particular to the stream-of-consciousness novelists, Henry James and James Joyce among them.
The international economy of 1960 is markedly different from that of the early postwar years.
He assures us, early in the Poetics, that all art is `` imitation '' and that all imitation gives pleasure, but he distinguishes between art in general and poetic art on the basis of the means, manner, and the objects of the imitation.
What is not so well known, however, and what is quite important for understanding the issues of this early quarrel, is the kind of attack on literature that Sidney was answering.
It is doubtful if Morgan was able to take home much money to his wife and children, for his pay, as shown by the War Department Abstracts of early 1778 was $75 a month as a colonel, and that apt to be delayed.
That is, there was no trace of Anglo-Saxons in Britain as early as the late third century, to which time the archaeological evidence for the erection of the Saxon Shore forts was beginning to point.
On the other hand, the bright vision of the future has been directly stated in science fiction concerned with projecting ideal societies -- science fiction, of course, is related, if sometimes distantly, to that utopian literature optimistic about science, literature whose period of greatest vigor in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries produced Edward Bellamy's Looking Backward and H. G. Wells's A Modern Utopia.
There is, of course, nothing new about dystopias, for they belong to a literary tradition which, including also the closely related satiric utopias, stretches from at least as far back as the eighteenth century and Swift's Gulliver's Travels to the twentieth century and Zamiatin's We, Capek's War With The Newts, Huxley's Brave New World, E. M. Forster's `` The Machine Stops '', C. S. Lewis's That Hideous Strength, and Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four, and which in science fiction is represented before the present deluge as early as Wells's trilogy, The Time Machine, `` A Story Of The Days To Come '', and When The Sleeper Wakes, and as recently as Jack Williamson's `` With Folded Hands '' ( 1947 ), the classic story of men replaced by their own robots.
His revolutionary anger is apparent in most of his early poems.
I would like to see you devote some space in an early issue to the news blackout concerning President Kennedy's activities, so far as Southern California is concerned.
`` What I want you to do is to go to the market with me early tomorrow morning and help smuggle the hen back into the hotel ''.
Legislation has already been proposed to authorize the sale of these Government-owned systems in Alaska, and its early enactment is desirable.
The second capability is represented by our deployed ground, naval, and air forces in essential forward areas, together with ready reserves capable of effecting early emergency reinforcement.
You should make any request for an extension early so that if it is refused, your return may still be on time.
This covered, wooden bridge is so closely identified with the first action in the early morning of June 3, 1861, and with subsequent troop movements of both armies in the Philippi area that it has become a part and parcel of the war story.
Roy Mason is essentially a landscape painter whose style and direction has a kinship with the English watercolorists of the early nineteenth century, especially the beautifully patterned art of John Sell Cotman.
Another reason gymnastic study is valuable is that it can be started very early in life.
To be fit, one has to start early with young children, and today the only person who really reaches such children is the teacher of dance.

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