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* Robert Calvert And The Maximum Effect Live At Carlisle Stars And Stripes-( Stereo Records 2009 )
Carlisle remained a friend and helper of the band throughout ( she can be heard introducing the band on the Germicide: Live At The Whiskey recording, as produced by Kim Fowley ), only leaving because her new band, the Go-Go's, was becoming popular and, as she put it, " I was really disturbed by the heroin that was going on.
At the time of the 2001 census, the population of Carlisle was 71, 773, with 100, 734 living in the wider city.
At one time 7 different companies used Carlisle Citadel railway station and prior to the building of the Citadel Station, the city had several different railway stations, including London Road station.
At the age of 14, Leigh married John Kenneth Carlisle in 1941.
At the time of the Norman Conquest, there were only 15 diocesan bishops in England, increased to 17 in the 12th century with the creation of the sees of Ely and Carlisle.
At Saltom pit, Carlisle Spedding pioneered the use of explosives in sinking shafts.
At Oxford he was as conspicuous a failure as he had been at Carlisle, and it was said by his enemies that he was made a bishop because he was so bad a dean.
At this stage of his career, Shankly was assessed as " a hard running, gritty right-half " whose displays brought him much praise and credit and he was " earmarked as a key young player capable of taking Carlisle on to greater things ".
At Carlisle he used to speak to them over the public address system before matches.
At Hardwicke Circus Roundabout, a large junction in the centre of Carlisle, the A7 meets the A595 to the west and southern Cumbria and then continues to form part of Carlisle's one way system through the city centre, meeting the A69 and finally becoming the A6 near Carlisle railway station.
At that time, the village's vicarage and living was in the gift of the Bishop of Carlisle, and worth £ 500 per year.
At the time, he declined, preferring to stay with Carlisle ; just over eighteen months later, however, he became the ninth official manager in Blackpool's history.
At the general election in 1826 Carlisle was returned to parliament as member for the family borough of Morpeth, a seat he held until 1830, and then represented Yorkshire until 1832 and the West Riding of Yorkshire from 1832 to 1841 and from 1846 to 1848.
At this point it passes the proposed start point of the Carlisle Northern Development Route, where construction work commenced in 2009.
At 6. 38 am the first of the expresses from Carlisle passed Quintinshill heading north.
At the beginning of World War I, the United States government ordered Carlisle and Finch to cease toy train production in order to concentrate on producing searchlights for the United States Navy and United States Coast Guard.
At Castle Howard, the Earl of Carlisle had obtained The Adoration of the Kings previously created for the Grandmontines, which throws together some thirty figures on an architectural background, varied in detail, massive in shape and fanciful in ornament.
At the Restoration in 1660, Sterne was appointed Bishop of Carlisle, from where he was translated to York in 1664.
At the southern end of the route the line between Carlisle Kingmoor and Longtown remained open to traffic until 31 August 1970 when it was cut back to Brunthill.
At the beginning of the film, Bible professor Russell Carlisle ( D. David Morin ) confronts a boy who stole marbles from his neighbors, calling his action unjust.
At the end of 2003, running independently from the pioneering FWD night, an event called Filthy Dub, co promoted by Plastician, and partner David Carlisle started happening regularly.

At and lines
At the top of Figure 5, for example, the Onset range and Completion range lines for the chosen growth center have been drawn for girls according to their mean and standard deviation values in Table 1.
At the same time, the wallpaper strips themselves seem to be pushed into depth by the lines and patches of shading charcoaled upon them, and by their placing in relation to the block capitals ; ;
At the optical node, the light beam from the fiber is translated back to an electrical signal and carried by coaxial cable distribution lines on utility poles, from which cables branch out to subscriber residences.
At the time, BT dictated what signalling could be used on its leased lines and, whilst it only had a minority interest in the sales of PBXs, was requested by the PBX manufacturers to produce a standard to prevent the creation of a plethora of conflicting PBX protocols being developed.
At its headquarters in Reading, England, one of the largest supercomputer complexes in Europe is linked by high-speed telecommunication lines to the computer systems of the national weather services of its supporting states.
At each end is a goal 2. 14 m ( 7 feet ) high and 3. 66 m ( 12 ft ) wide measured from the inner sides of the posts and crossbar, and an approximately semi-circular area 14. 63 m ( 16 yd ) from the goal known as the shooting circle ( or D or arc ), bounded by a solid line, with a dotted line 5 m ( 5 yd 6 in — this marking was not established until after metric conversion ) from that, as well as lines across the field 22. 90 m ( 25 yd ) from each end-line ( generally referred to as the 23 m lines ) and in the center of the field.
At this time, many local dukes saw it as a chance to oppose the hegemony of Emperor Charles V. The empire then became fatally divided along religious lines, with the north, the east, and many of the major cities — Strasbourg, Frankfurt and Nuremberg — becoming Protestant while the southern and western regions largely remained Catholic.
At large distances from the center, the hyperbola approaches two lines, its asymptotes, which intersect at the hyperbola's center.
At this moment he was unfortunately called out by a person on business from Porlock, and detained by him above an hour, and on his return to his room, found, to his no small surprise and mortification, that though he still retained some vague and dim recollection of the general purport of the vision, yet, with the exception of some eight or ten scattered lines and images, all the rest had passed away like the images on the surface of a stream into which a stone had been cast, but, alas!
The passage continues with a famous account of an interruption: " At this moment he was unfortunately called out by a person on business from Porlock, and detained by him above an hour, and on his return to his room, found, to his no small surprise and mortification, that though he still retained some vague and dim recollection of the general purpose of the vision, yet, with the exception of some eight or ten scattered lines and images, all the rest had passed away like the images on the surface of a stream into which a stone has been cast, but, alas!
At the bow the forward upper futtock protruded about 400 mm above the sheerline and was carved to retain anchor or mooring lines.
; At the top level, the program reads and processes input lines, one at a time.
At low latitudes, the magnetic field lines are pushed inward.
At high latitudes, the magnetic field lines are push backwards and over the polar regions.
At the start of the boss fight against him, the character delivers one of the only two spoken lines in the entire game.
At the North Pole all directions point south ; all lines of longitude converge there, so its longitude can be defined as any degree value.
" At that time, telephones were often community assets, with shared party lines and the potentially nosey human operators.
At the second Siege of Przemysl, the Austro-Hungarian garrison showed an excellent knowledge of siege warfare, not only waiting for relief, but sending sorties into Russian lines and employing an active defense that resulted in the capture of the Russian General Lavr Kornilov.
At the audition, Gellar read both her own lines and those of Harper, impressing the directors enough to cast her in the role.
#: At any point on a surface we can find a normal direction which is at right angles to the surface, for the sphere these are the lines radiating out from the center of the sphere.
At 6 ′ 3 ″ and 245 pounds, Taylor was big enough to break through the offensive lines of many teams, but he still had enough speed to chase down running backs.
At that time, the wave model of light — specifically, the Maxwell theory of electromagnetic radiation — was well accepted among scientists, and experiments by Charles Glover Barkla showed that X-rays exhibited phenomena associated with electromagnetic waves, including transverse polarization and spectral lines akin to those observed in the visible wavelengths.
At 11: 30 am, 24 ships of the French fleet cut their anchor lines and began sailing out of the bay with the noon tide, leaving behind the shore contingents and ships ' boats.
At Jamaica, passengers can transfer between trains on all LIRR lines except the Port Washington Branch, leading to the saying echoed by generations of LIRR Conductors " Change at Jamaica.

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