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The antiquary John Leland ( 1506 – 1552 ) as well as John Bale believed him to be Welsh, but most modern scholars, beginning with G. L. Kittredge in 1894, assume that he was Sir Thomas Malory of Newbold Revel in Warwickshire, who was a knight, land-owner and Member of Parliament .< ref > Riddy, Felicity </ Ref >.
The earliest conclusion was made by John Bale, a 16th century antiquarian, who declared that Malory was Welsh, hailing from Maloria on the River Dee.
In 2000, Jon Pertwee: The Biography by Bernard Bale ( ISBN 0-233-99831-4 ) was published by André Deutsch, and included a few chapters by Pertwee's widow Ingeborg.
During the weekend of September 16, 2011, Malick was photographed and caught on film while on set for one of the first times ever, while he and a small crew were following Christian Bale and Haley Bennett around the Austin City Limits Music Festival as part of preliminary shooting for Lawless.
His partiallity was tested when an illegal American alien, Edward Bale, formed an American mob attempted to murder Vallejo's brother Salvador in Sonoma's central plaza after losing to him in a duel.
Bale was foiled, and plans were made to execute him right on the plaza.
However, Vallejo, law-abiding citizen he was, ordered a court trial at the Sonoma alcaldia, where Bale was nonetheless found guilty of attempted murder.
Starting in April 2012, a Hollywood film titled Out of the Furnace starring Christian Bale and Woody Harrelson was partly filmed in North Braddock, Braddock, and Rankin.
In the summer of 2008, the Little Bohemia Lodge was used in the filming of a recreation of these events in the 2009 Michael Mann film Public Enemies, a movie about Dillinger and the FBI starring Johnny Depp as John Dillinger and Christian Bale as Melvin Purvis.
John Bale ( 21 November 1495 – November 1563 ) was an English churchman, historian and controversialist, and Bishop of Ossory.
It was subsequently published by John Bale in 1549 ( with Bale's own additional commentary ) under the title The laboryouse journey & serche of Johan Leylande for Englandes antiquitees.
The letter has traditionally ( following Bale ) been regarded as a " New Year's gift " to the King for January 1546, but James Carley has shown that it must have been composed in late 1543 or early 1544 ( so that if it was presented at the new year, which is not certain, it would have been in 1544 ).
* Christian Bale, who played the protagonist in Empire of the Sun and Batman in Batman Begins and its sequel The Dark Knight, was born in Haverfordwest in 1974.
By 2007, Gere was co-starring with Jesse Eisenberg and Terrence Howard in The Hunting Party ( a comic thriller in which he played a journalist in Bosnia ) as well as with Christian Bale, Heath Ledger, and Cate Blanchett in Todd Haynes ' semi-biographical film about Bob Dylan, I'm Not There.
The other was printed by John Daye and William Seres ( Herbert # 74 ), and made extensive changes to the notes of the original Matthew Bible, included copious commentaries on the book of Revelation based on the book Image of Two Churches by contemporary John Bale, and included the infamous " wife-beater's note ".
A film adaptation starring Christian Bale was released in 2000 to generally favorable reviews.
" Regular Aronofsky collaborator Matthew Libatique was set as cinematographer, and Aronofsky had also approached Christian Bale for the role of Batman.
In the sixteenth century, when Piers was first printed, authorship was attributed by various antiquarians ( such as John Bale ) and poets to John Wycliffe and Geoffrey Chaucer, amongst others.
Foxe was ordained deacon by Nicholas Ridley on 24 June 1550, and his circle of friends, associates, and supporters included John Hooper, William Turner, John Rogers, William Cecil, and most importantly John Bale, who was to become a close friend and " certainly encouraged, very probably guided, Foxe in the composition of his first martyrology.
In Vodnjan it was named " Bumbaro ", in Bale " Vallese ", in Rovinj " Rovignese ", in Šišan " Sissanese ", in Fažana " Fasanese " and in Galižana " Gallesanese ".

Bale and due
Bale wanted to go down to, but the filmmakers would not let him due to health concerns.
During the reign of Emperor Haile Selassie, however, the inhabitants of Gojjam rebelled several times due to resentment over ill-treatment of patriots and increased taxes, the latest occasion in 1968 -- about the same time as the Bale revolt.
Kranjčar has found difficulty being chosen in starting line-ups, due to the rise in prominence of Gareth Bale, who also plays in his position.

Bale and Ramsey
Despite this, Welsh players Aaron Ramsey and Gareth Bale expressed their interest in representing the Great Britain Olympic football team.

Bale and joined
After the release of Seediq Bale keyboardist Alexia left and was replaced by CJ Kao ; the erhu player Su-nong also joined the band.

Bale and by
* In the film Empire of the Sun, a young boy ( played by Christian Bale ) is put to bed by his loving parents in a scene also inspired by a Rockwell painting — a reproduction of which is later kept by the young boy during his captivity in a prison camp (" Freedom from Fear ", 1943 ).
In the movie Harsh Times the protagonist, played by actor Christian Bale, is caught trying to " beat " a polygraph test during a pre-employment screening for a federal law enforcement job.
Published by John Bale ( with additional commentary ) as The Laboryouse Journey ( 1549 ).
Some Mumun paddies in flat areas were made of a series of squares and rectangles separated by bunds approximately 10 cm in height, while terraced paddies consisted of long irregularly shapes that followed natural contours of the land at various levels ( Bale 2001 ; Kwak 2001 ).
Reign of Fire ( 2002 ) is a post-apocalyptic action fantasy film directed by Rob Bowman and starring Christian Bale, Matthew McConaughey, Gerard Butler, and Izabella Scorupco.
* Cleric John Preston ( played by Christian Bale ), Equilibrium ( film )
( directed by Delmer Daves and starring Glenn Ford and Van Heflin ), and the 2007 remake, also titled 3: 10 to Yuma ( 2007 film ), directed by James Mangold and starring Russell Crowe and Christian Bale.
It starred 13-year-old Christian Bale, as well as John Malkovich and Miranda Richardson ; it also featured a cameo by the 21 year old Ben Stiller, in a dramatic role.
The opening words of the Philobiblon and the Epistolae as given by Bale represent those of the Philobiblon and its prologue, of that he apparently made two books out of one treatise.
Alesius published a large number of exegetical, dogmatic and polemical works, of which over twenty are mentioned by Bale in his List of English Writers.
He translated Cicero's De officiis as Marcus Tullius Ciceroes thre bokes of duties ( 1556 ); a Latin paraphrase of Virgil's Georgics ( printed 1591 ) is attributed to him, but most of the works assigned to him by Bale are lost.
* Equilibrium ( film ) ( released in Scandinavia as Cubic ( film )), 2002 science-fiction film by Kurt Wimmer starring Christian Bale

Bale and four
Christian Bale starved himself for over four months prior to filming, as his character needed to look drastically thin.
Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun Times awarded the film three stars out of four, stating " The director Brad Anderson, working from a screenplay by Scott Kosar, wants to convey a state of mind, and he and Bale do that with disturbing effectiveness.
Rated by the African Bird Club as the number four birding site in Africa, the Bale Mountains are home to over 282 species of birds, including nine of the 16 species endemic to Ethiopia.

Bale and other
" Despite the work of Bale and Crowley, Langland's name appears to have remained unknown or unaccepted since other authors were suggested after Crowley's editions.
John Bale and Pits I mention other works of his, Epistolae Familiares and Orationes ad Principes.
John Bale in 1544 accused him of " polutynge our Englyshe chronycles most shamefullye with his Romishe lyes and other Italyshe beggerye "; while an anonymous contemporary described Vergil as " that most rascall dogge knave in the worlde ", claiming that " he had the randsackings of all the Englishe lybraryes, and when he had extracted what he pleased he burnt those famouse velome manuscripts, and made himself father to other mens workes ".
The largest population is found in the Bale Mountains in southern Ethiopia, and there are smaller populations in the Semien Mountains in the north of the country, and in a few other areas.
Bale buildings can either have a structural frame of other materials, with bales between ( simply serving as insulation and stucco substrate ), referred to as " infill ", or the bales may actually provide the support for openings and roof, referred to as " load-bearing " or " Nebraska-style ", or a combination of framing and load-bearing may be employed, referred to a " hybrid " straw bale.
Philargyrie and other of Crowley's Edwardian works take the dim view of John Bale and other reformers of Protestant elites like Somerset who benefitted financially from the Reformation, particularly the monastic dissolutions.
These efforts extended Ethiopian rule for the first time across the Awash River, gaining control of Dawaro, Bale, and other Muslim states.
The antiquaries and writers John Leland, John Bale, and Thomas Tanner all felt that Nothhelm was the author of various works, but later research has shown them to be authored by other writers.
: For other uses, see Bale.
This campaign had the strong support of Prime Minister Laisenia Qarase, Attorney General Qoriniasi Bale, and other members of the ruling coalition and was warmly welcomed by imprisoned coup instigator George Speight.
In contrast to other parts of Ethiopia, very little was written about the Bale Mountains prior to the 1950s, despite the facts that Goba ( a main town within the mountains ) was connected to Addis Ababa by a telegraph line in 1931, was served with Ethiopian Airlines DC-3 aircraft prior to the 1950s, and that the brief period of Italian government ( 1935-1941 ) reached the region with stations in Goba, Dinsho and Delo-Mena.
Conservationists suggest that if conservation efforts in the Bale Mountains are not successful and people continue to exploit the resources in an unsustainable way, more species of mammal would go extinct than any other area of equivalent size on the planet.
On 30 June, Attorney-General Qoriniasi Bale said that there was no problem between the government and the military, but added, " The only problem is an army leadership that thinks it rules the Government when it is supposed to be the other way around.
The other senior Chiefs are Jagun, Balogun and Bale Gbobamu ( Gbobamu Chief ).

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