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Ashcroft has penned and sung a number of other songs and created compilation tapes, including In the Spirit of Life and Liberty and Gospel ( Music ) According to John.
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Ashcroft composed a paean called " Let the Eagle Soar " which he sang at the Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in February 2002, which was satirically featured in Michael Moore's 2004 movie Fahrenheit 9 / 11 and has been frequently mocked by comedians such as David Letterman, Stephen Colbert and David Cross, to name a few.
In a press briefing, John Ashcroft states that the FBI has sealed the building is working with the CDC to determine if this is a criminal or terrorist act.
John Gilmore has sued two US Attorneys General ( Ashcroft and Gonzales ), arguing that the requirement to present identification documents before boarding a plane is unconstitutional.
According to Oborne, Ashcroft, a " brutal critic of the Coalition from the start " has established “ megaphone presence ” in the on-line media and Tories now blame the LibDems for blocking economic and welfare system reform.
Ashcroft was the only son of office worker Frank and hairdresser Louise ( maiden name Baxter ); he also has two younger sisters.
" Ashcroft has said that he's always been " a depressive, someone who suffers from depression ", and that music and creativity help him cope with his illness.
It has erected a bronze statue sculptured by Peter Webster in the Royal Pavilion Gardens, New Road, Brighton ( unveiled 1 May 2005 ; re-sited August 2007 ) and mounted two blue plaques on his former homes on Ashcroft in Kingston Lane, Shoreham-by-Sea ( 2000 ) and at 160 Marine Parade, Brighton ( 2006 ).
In doing so, the Eleventh Circuit relied upon the Supreme Court's recent Ashcroft v. Iqbal decision in addressing the adequacy of the complaint, which has must have " facial plausibility " to survive dismissal, and noted that Rule 8 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure demands " more than an unadorned, the-defendant-unlawfully-harmed-me accusation.
Throughout its history, The Queen's Theatre has seen such talents as Peggy Ashcroft, Fred and Adele Astaire, Tallulah Bankhead, Kenneth Branagh, Noël Coward, Henry Daniell, Marlene Dietrich, Robert Donat, Edith Evans, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., John Gielgud, Cedric Hardwicke, Jack Hawkins, Nigel Hawthorne, Celia Johnson, Jane Lapotaire, Alec Guinness, Rachel Kempson, Gertrude Lawrence, Robert Morley, Stephen Fry, Anthony Quayle, Basil Rathbone, Michael Redgrave, Miranda Richardson, Margaret Rutherford, Fiona Shaw, Nigel Havers, Maggie Smith, Sybil Thorndike, and Ramin Karimloo.
" Finally, the Federal Communications Commission denied Entercom's assertions of the unconstitutionality of its definition of indecency, stating in conclusion, " The constitutional validity of the Commission's indecency standard has been repeatedly affirmed by the courts " and that Ashcroft v. Free Speech Commission and Reno v. ACLU did not alter this conclusion.
He has also donated his services to Cambridge University for 16 years and has helped out on occasion at the University of Bedfordshire where he is currently a Visiting Professor, Essex University where he is a Fellow in Entrepreneurship Studies and at Bath, Cranfield, Ashcroft, and Anglia Universities, all unpaid posts.
Also from Paraparaumu is young actor James Ashcroft who has acted in numerous TV productions, including occasional appearances in Battlestar Galactica.
She has been a vocal proponent of stronger copyright law, supporting the government in Eldred v. Ashcroft and opposing Google's plan to digitize books and post limited content online.
Veronica Ashcroft-Wellman, a longtime friend and wealthy socialite, has sent an invitation to the annual Ashcroft Halloween Ball, where Maryland's high society bluebloods rub elbows, network, and congratulate each other on their fortunes.
The range has been the site of mining activity since the days of the Colorado Silver Boom, which saw the founding of mining towns such as Aspen and Ashcroft.
She has also worked at the Royal National Theatre: playing as a junior member of the company in 1975, as Freda in Peter Hall's Old Vic production of John Gabriel Borkman ( starring Ralph Richardson, Peggy Ashcroft and Wendy Hiller ) and as Maggie in W. S. Gilbert's Engaged ; in 1995, as Lady Politic Would-Be in Matthew Warchus's Volpone ; and in 2003 as Dotty Otley in the NT's touring ( and London ) revival of Noises Off.
Although the song's lyrics were written by Verve vocalist Richard Ashcroft, it has been credited to Keith Richards and Mick Jagger after charges by the original copyright owners that the song was plagiarized from the Andrew Oldham Orchestra recording of The Rolling Stones ' 1965 song " The Last Time ".
In 1901 – 02, Ashcroft kept 17 clean sheets in 34 League matches for Woolwich Arsenal, including six clean sheets in a row ( a club record, that has only been equalled once since, by Alex Manninger in 1998 ); Arsenal finished fourth in the Second Division that season, and third the season after that.
She has received endorsements from, among others, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee, former Attorney General John Ashcroft, and the pro-life women's group the Susan B. Anthony List.
Banks became a film-maker, starting his own production company in 2002 he has produced & directed films for the likes of Richard Ashcroft, Faithless and The Script.
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Ashcroft's performance of the song was introduced by Chris Martin as " the best song ever written, sung by the best singer in the world ", helping to create renewed interest in Ashcroft.
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The Verve ( at the time known simply as " Verve ") went more towards mainstream rock on their 1997 album Urban Hymns, before singer Richard Ashcroft released a number of solo albums.
Aside from a limited number of appearances in 2003, Ashcroft was absent from the music business for about two years.
" Ashcraft " and " Ashcroft " both yield " A261 " and not " A226 " ( the chars's ' and ' c ' in the name would receive a single number of 2 and not 22 since an ' h ' lies in between them ).
Sidlow with Charlie Ashcroft and Ray Minshull were the goalkeepers vying for the number one jersey at Anfield for the 1946 / 47 season ; the first competitive season following the war.
For BBC Radio 3 he wrote a series of monologues entitled Barnes's People, for which he attracted a large number of well known actors: Laurence Olivier, John Gielgud, Alec Guinness, Peggy Ashcroft, Judi Dench, and Ian McKellen.
Television plays in which he appeared include She's Been Away ( starring Peggy Ashcroft ); The Dunroamin Rising ; A Matter Of Will ( with Brenda Bruce ); and a number of Alan Bennett plays, notably A Visit From Miss Protheroe ( with Patricia Routledge ), Say Something Happened ( with Julie Walters and Thora Hird ), and Me, I'm Afraid Of Virginia Woolf.
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While Attorney General, Ashcroft consistently denied that the FBI or any other law enforcement agency had used the Patriot Act to obtain library circulation records or those of retail sales.
Along with sixteen other distinguished economists he opposed the Copyright Term Extension Act and filed an amicus brief in Eldred v. Ashcroft.
On October 23, 2001, John Ashcroft claimed that Jarrah had shared a Hamburg apartment with Mohamed Atta and Marwan al-Shehhi, though German authorities that same day told the Los Angeles Times that they had no evidence that any of Jarrah ’ s three apartments in Hamburg had been connected with the other hijackers.
* The 1984 film version directed by David Lean, and starring Judy Davis, Victor Bannerjee, James Fox, Peggy Ashcroft and Alec Guinness, won two Oscars and numerous other awards.
In 1968, Ashcroft put forward that metallic hydrogen may be a superconductor, up to room temperature (~), far higher than any other known candidate material.
However, in early 1997, Ashcroft decided to ask McCabe to return, claiming " I got to the point where nothing other than The Verve would do for me ".
His VC and other medals are on display at the Lord Ashcroft VC Gallery in the Imperial War Museum, London.
The series features two other central characters, siblings Dan ( Julian Barratt ) and Claire Ashcroft.
In January 2001 she joined other Missouri Democrats to oppose the nomination of John Ashcroft for U. S. Attorney General ().
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The band split in 1995, and around this time Ashcroft wrote a collection of songs he intended to release as his first solo album.