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The online Britannica won the 2005 Codie award for " Best Online Consumer Information Service "; the Codie awards are granted yearly by the Software and Information Industry Association to recognise the best products among categories of software.
Willis Harold O ' Brien ( AKA: " Obie "; March 2, 1886 – November 8, 1962 ) was an Irish American motion picture special effects and stop-motion animation pioneer, who according to ASIFA-Hollywood " was responsible for some of the best-known images in cinema history ," and is best remembered for his work on The Lost World ( 1925 ), King Kong ( 1933 ) and Mighty Joe Young ( 1949 ), for which he won the 1950 Academy Award for Best Visual Effects.
The film was nominated for seven Academy Awards, including " Best Picture "; it won those for Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Costume Design, and Best Art Direction.
* Her album Por Ti was nominated for " Latin Grammy " award in the category " Best Album-Female Pop Vocal "; it was also nominated for " Tu Música " award in the category Best Album-Pop / Ballad
* Nominated in the 2008 " Billboard Latin Music Awards " in the category " Album of the Year-Female Latin Pop "; also nominated ( 2008 ) for " Latin Grammy " award in the category " Best Album-Female Latin Pop "
He gave a memorable performance in Dennis Potter's 1971 play Traitor, in which he portrayed a " boozy British aristocrat who became a spy for the Soviets "; his performance won him a British Academy of Film and Television Arts " Best Television Actor " award.
The band was Grammy-nominated for Best R & B Vocal Performance By A Duo, Group or Chorus for the title track, " Gratitude "; " Can't Hide Love " was also Grammy-nominated for Best Arrangement For Voices.
The band also won five prestigious Swedish Grammis for Tyrannosaurus Hives at the 23rd annual Swedish Grammis Awards, presented on February 7, 2005, for " Artist of the Year "; " Rock Group of the Year "; " Album of the Year "; " Producer of the Year " ( with collaborator, Pelle Gunnerfeldt ); and " Walk Idiot Walk " took home the MTV " Best Music Video " prize.
These include: Oleta Adams " Circle of One " album ( reaching No. 1 in the UK charts 1991 ); Marc Almond " Tenement Symphony " album which included the epic tracks " Jacky " and " The Days of Pearly Spencer "; The Associates " Wild and Lonely " album ; Rick Astley " Free " album ; B * Witched " Awake and Breathe " album ; Chris Botti " Slowing Down the World " album ; Boyzone " A Different Beat " album ; Cher " It's a Man's World " album ; Petula Clark " La Vie en Rose " track ; Lloyd Cole and the Commotions " Rattlesnakes " album ; Andrea Corr " Ten Feet High " album ; Cathy Dennis " Move to This " and " Into the Skyline " albums ; Electronic " Getting Away with It " single ( reaching No. 12 in the UK charts 1990 ); Frankie Goes to Hollywood " Welcome to the Pleasuredome " album which included their 2nd and 3rd No. 1s " Two Tribes " and " The Power of Love "; Elton John " The Big Picture " album ; Martyn Joseph " Being There " album ; Kingmaker " Sleepwalking " album ; Annie Lennox " Medusa " album ( No. 1 in the UK charts 1995 ); Let Loose " Best In Me " single ; Virginia MacNaughton " The Music " album ; Paul McCartney " Press to Play " album ; Malcolm McLaren " Duck Rock " album ; The Men They Couldn't Hang " A Map Of Morocco " single ; George Michael " Careless Whisper " single ( reaching No. 1 in 25 countries ); Liza Minnelli " Results " album ( reaching No. 6 in the UK charts 1989 ); The Moody Blues " Greatest Hits " album ; Moist " Gasoline " single ; Jimmy Nail " Crocodile Shoes " album ( reaching No. 2 in the UK charts 1994 ); The Painted Word " Lovelife " album ; Pet Shop Boys " Very " album ; Pulp " Different Class " and " This Is Hardcore " albums ( both reaching No. 1 ); Rialto " Monday Morning 5: 19 " single ; Frances Ruffelle " Stranger To The Rain " single ; S Club " 7 album " ( No. 1 in the UK charts 2000 ); Scarlet " Naked " album ; Seal first 3 albums " Seal " " Seal II " " Human Being "; Siphiwo " Hope " album ( featuring Nelson Mandela on the title track ); Wendy Stark " Stark " album ; Rod Stewart " A Spanner in the Works " album and " If We Fall in Love Tonight " album and the single " Downtown Train "; Suggs " The Lone Ranger " album ; Travis " More Than Us " EP featuring Anne on the title track ; Tina Turner " Wildest Dreams " album ; Wet Wet Wet " Holding Back the River " album ( reaching No. 2 in the UK charts 1989 ); Wham!
* 1998 Eisner Award for Best Single Issue for Superman Adventures # 3 (" Distant Thunder "; with Rick Burchett and Terry Austin )
* 1998 Eisner Award for Best Serialized Story for Superman Adventures # 11-12 (" The War Within "; with Rick Burchett and Terry Austin )
It is often combined with " West is Best, East is least "; that is to say, add W declinations when going True to Magnetic to Compass, and subtract E ones.
") However, with this Jesus persuades the company that it is " All for the Best "; heaven contains the ultimate reward.
Distinguished Service Award, by the Family Law Section of the North Carolina Bar Association, in 1981 ; Governor's Award as Legislator of the Year, by the North Carolina Wildlife Federation, in 1985 ; Award of Excellence, by the Triangle J Council of Governments, in 1985 ; Distinguished Service Award, by the Research Triangle Group of the Sierra Club, in 1986 ; Service Award, by the Orange-Chatham Alliance for the Mentally Ill ; Triangle Conservation Award, by the Triangle Land Conservancy, in 1987 ; Consumer Advocate of the Year, by the North Carolina Consumers Council, in 1987 ; Honorary Citizenship of the City of Raleigh, by Mayor Avery Upchurch, in 1987, for efforts in the passage of the phosphate detergent limitation ; Resolution of Appreciation, by the Governor's Crime Commission, in 1987 ; Service Award, by the Joint Orange Chatham Community Action, Inc. Board of Directors, in 1988 ; Service Award, by the North Carolina Chapter of the Sierra Club, in 1988 ; Legislative Award, by the North Carolina Chapter, American Planning Association, in 1989 ; Legislative Award, by the N. C. Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, and the N. C. Pediatric Society, in 1989 ; Appreciation Award, by the Chatham County Advisory Council of the North Carolina Agricultural Extension Service, in 1990 ; " Best Bets For 1990 ", by the Center For Policy Alternatives, Sustainable Growth Program, in 1990, " For Leadership in Reducing Environmental Hazards by Sponsoring Legislation to Establish Free Disposal Sites for Used Tires "; Service Award, by the Environmental Quality and Natural Resources Committee of the Southern Legislative Conference, in 1991, " In Appreciation For His Outstanding Leadership As Chairman .... 1989-1991 "; Recycling Merit Award, by the North Carolina Recycling Association in 1991 ; Appreciation Award, by the North Carolina Property Mappers Association, in 1993 ; Jake Alexander Public Service Award, by Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Students Against Driving Drunk, and the Governor's Highway Safety Program, in 1993 ; Distinguished Service Award, by the Family Law Section of the North Carolina Bar Association, in 1996 ; Legislator of the Year, by North Carolina Citizen Action, for " your years of outstanding leadership and dedication to the fair protection of North Carolina families, workers and environment ", in 1996 ; Certificate of Commendation, by the North Carolina Psychiatric Association, for " persistence and legislative commitment to improving mental health in North Carolina ", in 1997 ; Governor's Award as Legislator of the Year, by the North Carolina Wildlife Federation, in 1998 ; Friend of Education Award, by the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Association of Educators, in 1999 ; Public Service Award, by the Child Care Services Association, for " outstanding advocacy and service on behalf of young children and their families ", in 2003.

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The film itself has been widely sampled: Punk band Big Audio Dynamite used an audio clip from the movie in its song " Medicine Show "; the audio was taken from the scene in which a judge, after reading a long list of criminal charges, sentences Tuco to be " hanged from the neck until dead.
The musical Show Boat ( from 1927 until 1946 ) features the word and " nigger " as originally integral to the lyrics of " Ol ' Man River " and " Cotton Blossom "; although deleted from the cinema versions, it is included in the 1988 EMI recording of the original score.
It was three squares containing the letters " FBC " standing for " Fox Broadcasting Company "; however that logo only lasted for six months and was primarily featured at the beginning of The Late Show with Joan Rivers.
He appeared in June Allyson's CBS anthology series The DuPont Show with June Allyson in the episode " Child Lost "; in the The Twilight Zone episode " Walking Distance "; a few episodes of the first season of the sitcom Dennis the Menace, as Stewart, one of Dennis's friends ; and in the 24th episode of The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis.
Elements of popular culture that appear as backdrops to the main story include the song " If I Were a Rich Man ", from Fiddler on the Roof ; a recorded orchestral performance of The Beatles ' song " Yesterday "; The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson ; and televised boxing matches.
Popular characters performed by Farley included himself on The Chris Farley Show, a talk show in which Farley quite often " interviewed " the guest, got very nervous and asked simple-minded or irrelevant questions, such as what their favorite rock band was ; Matt Foley, an over-the-top motivational speaker who constantly reminded other characters that he " lived in a van, down by the river "; Todd O ' Connor of Bill Swerski's Superfans, a group of stereotypical Chicagoans who constantly shouted " da Bears!
Other works taking their title from the book include: the Futurama episode " Future Stock "; a segment on The Daily Show starring Samantha Bee ; Kevin Goldstein's recurring column on the Baseball Prospectus website ; a Magic: The Gathering pre-constructed deck ; and the National Wrestling Alliance's 1989 Starrcade event.
Vivian Vance ( right ) as Vivian Bagley in the 1967 episode of The Lucy Show, titled " Viv Visits Lucy "; pictured with Lucille Ball ( left ) as Lucy Carmichael
Judge won a contest to host a radio show in Oregon, and in his senior year he won a regional contest to host the West Coast FOX KLSR Morning Show, an " MTV talk show type thing "; he used this experience to get an agent and move to Los Angeles.
Tagesschau ( literally " Day's Show ", or loosely " Review of the Day "; a play on the term Wochenschau, the weekly newsreel formerly shown in cinemas ) is both the oldest and the most watched news program on German television.
* The Bike Show: a " weekly radio show about cycling "; broadcast in the summer and autumn months.
), who, along with Kevin Kopelow, was notably slimed for " having a shiny head "; Paul Wight ( WWE's " The Big Show ", then known as " The Giant "); Chris Jericho also from WWE ; " Hacksaw " Jim Duggan ( WWE Hall of Famer ); and Rondell Sheridan ( regular on the 1998 Match Game ).
The Old Woman was mistakenly described in this article as having appeared on Channel 4's Paul O ' Grady Show, credited as " Joyce from Dagenham "; in fact, Joyce from Dagenham was a caterer at Channel 4 whereas the Old Woman's showbusiness career had been launched years before the O ' Grady Show began in 2006.
She also performed as guest artist and sometimes assistant choreographer for numerous television musical specials, including " Sammy and Friends " ( starring Sammy Davis, Jr .); co-choreographer of the BBC production of Peter Pan, in which she also performed the role of " Tiger-Lily "; Quincy Jones ' TV tribute to Duke Ellington, We Love You Madly ; The Richard Pryor Show ; and Gene Kelly's New York, New York, in which the two Kellys performed a duet.
She guest-starred in Buck Rogers in the 25th Century as Sabrina, a superhuman thief in the episode " Cruise Ship to the Stars "; and a guest appearance on The Mary Tyler Moore Show in 1976 where she played a female reporter who tries to seduce Ted Baxter ( Ted Knight ) during the episode " Ted's Temptation ".
Between hundreds of film festival appearances since then, Rejected also toured North American theaters in 2000, 2001, and 2002 with Spike and Mike's Sick and Twisted Festival of Animation ; in 2001 and 2002 again with a retrospective touring program of Hertzfeldt's and animator Bill Plympton's films called " The Don and Bill Show "; and returned to theaters once again in 2003 and 2004 with Hertzfeldt's own the Animation Show tour.
Among the other series she has worked in are: The Brian Benben Show in 1998 as " Julie "; Third Watch from 1999-2001 as " Dr. Sarah Morales " ; ER from 2001-2004 as " firefighter Sandy Lopez ".
Several online sources indicate Besser was approached for the role of " Irwin ," one of the gas station attendants at war with Jonathan Winters, in " It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World "; however, his schedule requirements for " The Joey Bishop Show " prevented this, and Marvin Kaplan played the role.
The Hot Wax label, distributed by Buddah Records, was in full operation for about four years, racking up a series of successful records, such as Honey Cone's " Want Ads " ( a number 1 hit on both the Billboard Hot 100 and Billboard R & B Singles charts ), " Stick Up ", and " One Monkey Don't Stop No Show "; " Somebody's Been Sleeping in My Bed " by 100 Proof ( Aged in Soul ); " Westbound Number 9 " by Flaming Ember ; and " Rip Off " by Laura Lee.
** Edge and Christian-due to confusion over what to call the Faction / Regime, Edge and Christian called it the " Fac-gime "; They however, were also targets of the Faction prior to turning heel and Forming a short-lived stable known as " The Conspiracy " With Faction Allies Shane McMahon, Chris Benoit, Kurt Angle and The Big Show
Riggle left The Daily Show on December 10, 2008, in his words " to go fight crime "; however, he appeared at Bonnaroo 2009-along with John Oliver and Rory Albanese, one of the show's executive producers-in a show entitled An Evening ( or Afternoon ) with The Daily Show featuring John Oliver, Rob Riggle & Rory Albanese.

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Calculations were carried out using a yupana ( Quechua for " counting tool "; see figure ) which was still in use after the conquest of Peru.
Additionally, he further illustrates the human reaction towards the " absurd "; The Plague represents how the world deals with the philosophical notion of the Absurd, a theory which Camus himself helped to define.
Abū ʿAlī al-Ḥusayn ibn ʿAbd Allāh ibn Sīnā ( Persian پور سينا Pur-e Sina " son of Sina "; c. 980 – 1037 ), commonly known as Ibn Sīnā or by his Latinized name Avicenna, was a Persian polymath, who wrote almost 450 treatises on a wide range of subjects, of which around 240 have survived.
The contemporary ecclesiastics recorded with wonder many instances of the Visigoths ' clemency: Christian churches saved from ravage ; protection granted to vast multitudes both of pagans and Christians who took refuge therein ; vessels of gold and silver which were found in a private dwelling, spared because they " belonged to St. Peter "; at least one case in which a beautiful Roman matron appealed, not in vain, to the better feelings of the Gothic soldier who attempted her dishonor.
In this term, he introduced for the first time his Homestead Bill, which sought to provide 160 acres for every poor family head " without money and without price "; Johnson did not rest until passage some years later.
Informally known as " The Big Book " ( with its first 164 pages virtually unchanged since the 1939 edition ), it suggests a twelve-step program in which members admit that they are powerless over alcohol and need help from a " higher power "; seek guidance and strength through prayer and meditation from God or Higher Power of their own understanding ; take a moral inventory with care to include resentments ; list and become ready to remove character defects ; list and make amends to those harmed, and then try to help other alcoholics recover.
Hogarth, for example, thinks that beauty consists of ( 1 ) fitness of the parts to some design ; ( 2 ) variety in as many ways as possible ; ( 3 ) uniformity, regularity or symmetry, which is only beautiful when it helps to preserve the character of fitness ; ( 4 ) simplicity or distinctness, which gives pleasure not in itself, but through its enabling the eye to enjoy variety with ease ; ( 5 ) intricacy, which provides employment for our active energies, leading the eye on " a wanton kind of chase "; and ( 6 ) quantity or magnitude, which draws our attention and produces admiration and awe.
Meanwhile, in 1868, tombs at Ialysus in Rhodes had yielded to Alfred Biliotti many fine painted vases of styles which were called later the third and fourth " Mycenaean "; but these, bought by John Ruskin, and presented to the British Museum, excited less attention than they deserved, being supposed to be of some local Asiatic fabric of uncertain date.
His surname, Arika ( English, " Long "— that is, " Tall "; it occurs only once — Hullin 137b ), he owed to his height, which, according to a reliable record, exceeded that of his contemporaries.
The duo named themselves Gemini, and a second album with more music by Björn and Benny was released in April 1987, containing the big hit " Mio My Mio "; also to be found on the soundtrack to the film Mio in the Land of Faraway, for which Andersson co-produced the music.
" Bardot's book was also against miscegenation ; made attacks on modern art, which Bardot equated with " shit "; drew similarities between French politicians and weather vanes ; and compared her own beliefs with previous generations who had " given their lives to push out invaders ".
The latter etymology was first suggested by John Mitchell Kemble who alluded that " of six manuscripts in which this passage occurs, one only reads Bretwalda: of the remaining five, four have Bryten-walda or-wealda, and one Breten-anweald, which is precisely synonymous with Brytenwealda "; that Æthelstan was called brytenwealda ealles ðyses ealondes, which Kemble translates as " ruler of all these islands "; and that bryten-is a common prefix to words meaning ' wide or general dispersion ' and that the similarity to the word bretwealh (' Briton ') is " merely accidental ".
The mood of the story is fashioned from the start through names of the participants: Naomi, which means " my gracious one " or " my delight ," later asks to be called Mara, " the bitter one "; her two sons are Mahlon, " sick ", and Chilion, " weakening " or " pining " and Orpah, meaning " mane " or " gazelle ", is from the root for " nape " or " back of the neck ", appropriate for the daughter-in-law who turns her back on Naomi and returns to her people.
Most versions of DOS have a file called " IO. SYS ", " IBMBIO. COM ", " IBMBIO. SYS ", or " DRBIOS. SYS "; this file is known as the " DOS BIOS ", which is analogous to the " CP / M BIOS ".
Under his command, a modern update of the doctrinal system called Bewegungskrieg (" maneuver warfare ") and its associated leadership system called Auftragstaktik (" mission tactics "; i. e., units are assigned missions ; local commanders decide how to achieve those missions ) was developed, which was a critical advantage and a major reason for the success of blitzkrieg.
A blank CD-R is not " empty "; the pregroove has a wobble ( the ATIP ), which helps the writing laser to stay on track and to write the data to the disc at a constant rate.

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