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Beneath a reader ’ s letter referring to the Nazi party as " peaceful, orderly and kindly ", Harris printed the following reply:
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Beneath Casey ’ s name, the following legend appeared: “ A famous ballad, the folklore of American railroading, and a postage stamp commemorate the colorful and courageous engineer who was killed in a wreck here in 1900.
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For NBC television network, Mirisch was executive producer of Desperado ; Return Of Desperado ; Desperado: Avalanche At Devil ’ s Ridge ; Desperado: Legacy ; Desperado: Sole Survivor ; and in 1993, Troubleshooters: Trapped Beneath The Earth.
Other critical and commercial successes produced during their tenure include: Cameron Crowe ’ s Almost Famous, Robert Zemeckis ’ What Lies Beneath, Adam McKay ’ s Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, Michael Mann ’ s Collateral, and Steven Spielberg ’ s Academy Award-and Golden Globe-winning drama Saving Private Ryan, which was the top-grossing film domestically of 1998.
New Orleans Uncensored ( Castle, 1955 ) was a true-crime drama, exposing the seamy underside of the Big Easy ; It Came from Beneath the Sea ( Robert Gordon, 1955 ) served primarily as a showcase for Ray Harryhausen ’ s stop motion special effects ; Fred F. Sears ’ Teen-Age Crime Wave ( 1955 ) was a surprisingly stark nod to the country ’ s new awareness of the problem of juvenile delinquency.
Beneath a Steel Sky-Remastered was released in 2009 ( iPhone ), followed by Broken Sword: Shadow of the Templars-The Director ’ s Cut in 2009, 2010, and 2012 ( iOS, Mac, PC, Wii, DS, Android ).
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Beneath Pakal are the open jaws of a funeral serpent, a common iconographic representation of entrance into the realm ( s ) of the dead.
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The Ringworld role-playing game box set was titled " Larry Niven's Ringworld: Roleplaying Adventure Beneath the Great Arch ", referring to the way the Ringworld looked from its interior surface.
Beneath them in the internal structure were the counts and gastalds, a uniquely Lombard title initially referring to judicial functions, similar to a count's, in provincial regions
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The underground area, now designated " Havre Beneath the Streets ", currently operates as a small tourist attraction.
On April 22, 2008, the BBC Radio 1 Rockshow broadcast a new session of Down recordings featuring alternate versions of " NOD ", " Beneath the Tides ", and " Jail ", along with a cover of " When The Levee Breaks " ( written by Kansas Joe McCoy and his wife Memphis Minnie, and famously covered by Led Zeppelin ).
* Michael Adams: " Wind Beneath his Wings: Lawrence Hargrave at Stanwell Park ", Cultural Exchange International Pty.
Two of the singles released from the album, " Your Love " and " Talkin ' to Myself Again ", reached the top 20 on the U. S. country singles charts ; a third single, " Beneath a Painted Sky " ( featuring duet vocals from Emmylou Harris ) reached No. 25 in early 1988 ( it would ultimately be Tammy Wynette's final top-40 country single ).
It featured her biggest hit, " Wind Beneath My Wings ", which went to No. 1 on Billboards Hot 100, achieved Platinum status, and won Midler her third Grammy Award – for Record of the Year – at the 1990 telecast.
His other songs included " He Sleeps Beneath the Soil of France ", " I Love You Best of All ", " If Dreams Come True ", " Little Old Home in the Valley ", " Rock Me to Sleep in the Old Rocking Chair ", " Some Day ", and " When the Maple Leaves Were Falling ".
She is believed to have inspired three of his fairy tales: " Beneath the Pillar ", " The Angel " and " The Nightingale ".
Beneath the ground are an abandoned mineshaft and limestone quarry, the shadowy labyrinths of an " Undercity ", and the dark Iron Maiden dungeon.
Famed Uncle Scrooge comic writer and artist Don Rosa wrote episode 6, " It Came from Beneath the Sea Duck ", episode 9, " I Only Have Ice for You ", and episode 24, " a Touch of Glass ".
*" The Dog Beneath the Skin ", concerning a 22-year-old medical student, " Stephen D .", who, after a night under the influence of amphetamines, cocaine, and PCP, wakes to find he has a tremendously heightened sense of smell.
The album's title track was featured in the Grey's Anatomy episode " Deterioration of the Fight or Flight Response ", and later covered by Kevin McKidd in the season seven episode " Song Beneath the Song ".
" The altar and the bomb are a reference to the film " Beneath the Planet of the Apes ", in which the religion worship of the subterranean is focused on a nuclear bomb.
The expedition, entitled " Celebrating 50 Years Of Living Beneath The Sea ", will commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of Jacques Cousteau's Conshelf I project and investigate coral reefs and ocean health.
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Beneath which, in inch-high type, the words " FUCK YOU ," accompanied by a drawing of a hand making an obscene gesture, were printed.
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During the 1950s, Ray Harryhausen, protege of master King Kong animator Willis O ' Brien, used stop-motion animation to create special effects for the following notable science fiction films: It Came from Beneath the Sea ( 1955 ), Earth vs. the Flying Saucers ( 1956 ) and 20 Million Miles to Earth ( 1957 ).
With production due to commence following the completion the Broken Sword: The Serpent's Curse, Beneath a Steel Sky 2 is to be developed for iOS, Android, PC, Linux and OSX, whilst Revolution confirmed that it was looking into the possibility of a console release.
They recorded their debut album Elyria in March 1994, following it in 1995 with the concept album Annwyn, Beneath the Waves, based around Welsh mythology.
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Charles K. Smith argues that Swift ’ s rhetorical style persuades the reader to detest the speaker and pity the Irish.
Swift ’ s use of gripping details of poverty and his narrator ’ s cool approach towards them create " two opposing points of view " that " alienate the reader, perhaps unconsciously, from a narrator who can view with ' melancholy ' detachment a subject that Swift has directed us, rhetorically, to see in a much less detached way.
Supporters of this view believe that “ to a hypothetical outside reader, presents Christianity as enlightened, harmless, even beneficent .” Some believe that through this work, Luke intended to show the Roman Empire that the root of Christianity is within Judaism so that the Christians “ may receive the same freedom to practice their faith that the Roman Empire afforded the Jews .” Those who support the view of Luke ’ s work as political apology generally draw evidence from the facts that Christians are found innocent of committing any political crime ( Acts 25: 25 ; 19: 37 ; 19: 40 ) and that Roman officials ’ views towards Christians are generally positive.
Larry Benson argued that the interpretation of Beowulf as an entirely formulaic work diminishes the ability of the reader to analyze the poem in a unified manner, and with due attention to the poet ’ s creativity.
Deane and J. R. Thomson write this valid conclusion, “ The Book of Obadiah is occupied with one subject – the punishment of Edom for its cruel and unbrotherly love conduct towards Judah ...” One can link this idea of punishment to one of the major prophets “ Ezekiel ” who “... interprets the exile to Babylon and the destruction of Jerusalem as deserved punishments for the sins of those who themselves committed them .” Verses 3-7 in Obadiah explain to the reader the reason for the punishment theme, “ Confidence in one ’ s power, intelligence, allies, or the topographical features of one ’ s territory is often mentioned as an attribute of those who foolishly confront the Lord and are consequently punished .” Although destruction is vital to understanding Obadiah, it is of note to understand the destruction being a consequence of action.
In many respects, the novel ’ s “ current reader ” of the time was the woman who “ lay down her book with affected indifference, or momentary shame ,” according to Jane Austen, author of Northanger Abbey.
With such a reputation seemingly firm and in place for both Punch and Tenniel, it would stand to reason that the artist ’ s public status attracted high levels of attention and notoriety from his peers and the public ; Carroll, a regular reader of Punch, knew, of course, of Tenniel.
Anderson would steer any reader away from the idea that Plautus ’ plays are somehow not his own or at least only his interpretation.
When a credential is presented to a reader, the reader sends the credential ’ s information, usually a number, to a control panel, a highly reliable processor.
:" We can guess that Susan original title of Northanger Abbey, in its first outline, was written very much for family entertainment, addressed to a family audience, like all Jane Austen ’ s juvenile works, with their asides to the reader, and absurd dedications ; some of the juvenilia, we know, were specifically addressed to her brothers Charles and Frank ; all were designed to be circulated and read by a large network of relations.
However, it is also a playful take on an old archetype, the vampire ( the reader is even treated to Neville ’ s reading and put-down of Bram Stoker's Dracula ).
* S. Chandrasekhar, Newton ’ s Principia for the common reader ( New York: Oxford University Press, 1995 ).
They are based on highly abstract theories – venerable, academic inventions, half misunderstood by those who are applying them today, and based on assumptions which are contrary to the facts … Our main task, therefore, will be to confirm the reader ’ s instinct that what seems sensible is sensible, and what seems nonsense is nonsense.
For Fish, a large part of what renders a reader ’ s subjective experience valuable — that is, why it may be considered “ constrained ” as opposed to an uncontrolled and idiosyncratic assertion of the self — comes from a concept native to the field of linguistics called linguistic competence.
In Fish ’ s source the term is explained as “ the idea that it is possible to characterize a linguistic system that every speaker shares .” In the context of literary criticism, Fish uses this concept to argue that a reader ’ s approach to a text is not completely subjective, and that an internalized understanding of language shared by the native speakers of that given language makes possible the creation of normative boundaries for one ’ s experience with language.
The novel ’ s ideas do not intrude themselves upon the reader because the author is wholly in control of the implications of her imaginative structure.
The effect is that the reader glimpses the novel ’ s main characters as if she or he were one of the neighborhood onlookers.
There was a fair amount of negative response to the novel as well, arising largely from the book ’ s sexual content, which made Sister Carrie, in the words of the Omaha Daily Bee in 1900, “ not a book to be put into the hands of every reader indiscriminately ”.