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Baker made the following G & S recordings with HMV: 1917 The Mikado ( Ko-Ko, Pish-Tush ( part ), and Pooh-Bah ( part )), 1919 The Gondoliers ( Antonio, Don Alhambra ( part ), Duke of Plaza-Toro and Giuseppe ); 1920 The Yeomen of the Guard ( Jack Point and Sergeant Meryll ( part )); 1920 The Pirates of Penzance ( Major-General Stanley ); 1921 Patience ( Bunthorne and Major ); and 1922 Iolanthe ( Lord Chancellor ).
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When the United States entered the First World War Baker made certain that the Draft Act of 1917 prohibited the sale of liquor to men in uniform and that it provided for broad zones around the camps in which prostitution was outlawed.
... Baker Eddy has organized and made available a healing principle that for two thousand years has never been employed, except as the merest kind of guesswork.
While anchored in Dungeness Bay on the south shore of the Strait of Juan de Fuca, third lieutenant Joseph Baker made an observation of Mount Baker, which Vancouver recorded in his journal:
As shooting practice, the detective adorned the wall of his Baker Street lodgings with " VR " ( Victoria Regina ) in bullet pocks made by his pistol.
In 1893, Rice made a new will, naming as executors James A. Baker Sr. ( a lawyer who often worked for Rice ), William M. Rice Jr. ( his nephew ), and John D. Bartine.
Anderson postponed his decision to run, lost his campaign manager, and struggled to raise money, but in late April 1979 he made the decision to enter the Republican primary anyway, joining a crowded field that included Robert Dole, John Connally, Howard Baker, George H. W. Bush and Ronald Reagan.
According to the The Dedalus Book of Absinthe by Phil Baker, it was made by combining gin with a pinch of DDT ( also known as dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane ), an insecticide that would later be banned in most countries ; consumers of this concoction claimed that its effects were similar to absinthe.
The first battalion would be made up of Able, Baker, Charlie, and Dog Companies, while the second would have Easy, Fox, George, and How Companies.
His story has been made famous in the Walking Tall series of movies starring Joe Don Baker and Bo Svenson, and in numerous documentaries and books.
Between 1875 and 1913, adjustments were made between Union County's borders and the borders of Baker, Umatilla, and Wallowa counties.
The first settlement in St. Francois County was made in the spring of 1796 at what is now known as Big River Mills by Andrew Baker, John Ally, Francis Starnater and John Andrews.
In 1975, Pt Baker made national news when Zieske v Butz, a landmark lawsuit against the US Forest Service brought by residents Charles Zieske, Alan Stein, and Herb Zieske, was decided by Judge Van der Heydt, the Alaska Federal District court judge.
The city commission is made up of four members: Linda Combs, James D. Baker, Micki Nickell, and Nancy Sorrell.
In November 2009, his biography entitled " From Tiny Acorns: The Kenny Baker Story " was made available through his website and at conventions and book signings.
In 1995, there was a 10-minute tribute to Guyler, made by Danny Baker and the BBC, which the family used as a part of the eulogy delivered by his son Chris at his funeral service at St. Mark's.
When John Nathan-Turner took over as producer of Doctor Who in 1981, Tom Baker was infuriated by the changes made to his wardrobe.
Baker made his first appearance in Doctor Who as Commander Maxil in the story Arc of Infinity ( 1983 ).
After arriving in Salt Lake City, the Baker – Fancher party made their way south, eventually stopping to rest at Mountain Meadows.
This group was initially referred to as both the Baker train and the Perkins train, but after being joined by other Arkansas trains and making its way west, was soon called the Baker – Fancher train ( or party ) after " Colonel " Alexander Fancher who, having already made the journey to California twice before, had become its main leader.
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That fall he submitted to Professor Baker the first acts and outlines of the following acts of several plays, six of them, according to some of his associates, and he also worked on a play that he first called Niggertown, the material for which he had collected during the summer at home.
The church was founded by Mary Baker Eddy in 1879 following a personal healing in 1866, which she claimed resulted from reading the Bible.
The following identity (" Hadamard Lemma ") involving nested commutators, underlying the Campbell – Baker – Hausdorff expansion of log ( expA expB ), is also useful:
The convention was influential in the following administrative Law decision of Baker v. Canada ( Minister of Citizenship and Immigration ).
Blind Faith was formed immediately after the demise of Cream, following an attempt by Clapton to recruit Steve Winwood into the band in the hope that he would help act as a buffer between Bruce and Baker.
On September 22 of the following year, the state assembly created Baker County from the eastern part of Wasco County.
* Elrington C R ( Editor ), Baker T F T, Bolton D K, Croot P E C ( 1989 ) Paddington-Introduction in A History of the County of Middlesex: Volume 9 pp 173 – 272 ( Links to following sections, or see Table of contents )
The Shadow, set in our modern era, was continued the following year, in 1987, as a monthly DC comics series by writer Andy Helfer ( editor of the mini-series ), and was drawn primarily by artists Bill Sienkiewicz ( issues 1-6 ) and Kyle Baker ( issues 8-19 and two Shadow Annuals ).
It was written by Mary Baker Eddy, inspired by studies of the Bible she undertook in 1867 following a healing experience.
The following day, Tre reunites with childhood friends Ricky and Darrin " Doughboy " Baker, and Chris.
In 1991, Baker became the second female solo artist inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, following Aretha Franklin in 1987.
The underground station was opened on 27 March 1907 by the Baker Street and Waterloo Railway under the name Great Central ( following a change from the originally-intended name Lisson Grove ), and was renamed Marylebone on 15 April 1917.
Pip and Jane Baker wrote the Rani as the lead in the BBV audio drama The Rani Reaps the Whirlwind, following on from Time and the Rani, and also wrote her as the villain in a Choose Your Own Adventure-style children's game book entitled Race Against Time.
State of Denial, a book by investigative reporter Bob Woodward, says that White House Chief of Staff, Andrew Card, urged President Bush to replace Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld with Baker following the 2004 election.
On 20 November 1939, following the construction of an additional southbound platform and connecting tube tunnels between Baker Street and Finchley Road stations, the Bakerloo line took over the Metropolitan line's stopping services between Finchley Road and Wembley Park and its Stanmore branch.
At the beginning of the following Congress in 1971 Baker ran again, losing to Scott this time by 24-20.
Attempts were made in the late 1990s to revive the group without Staley ; however, the band dissolved following the death of bassist John Baker Saunders in 1999.
In the following months, even Republican conservatives like Thomas Ewing and Edward Baker embraced the platform language that " the normal condition of territories was freedom ".
Kenneth Baker was first elected to Parliament when he won Acton in Ealing, London, at a March 1968 by-election, gaining it from Labour following the death of Bernard Floud.
On January 10, 1957, following the Montgomery Bus Boycott victory and consultations with Bayard Rustin, Ella Baker, and others, Dr. King invited about 60 black ministers and leaders to Ebenezer Church in Atlanta.
According to the Eastern Oregon Visitor's Association, Eastern Oregon includes only the following counties: Morrow, Umatilla, Union, Wallowa, Grant, Baker, Harney, and Malheur.