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By the end of 1982, these acts had been joined in the charts by synth-based singles from Thomas Dolby, Blancmange, and Tears for Fears.
Other key artists from the early-mid 1980s include Eurythmics, Talk Talk, A Flock of Seagulls, Tears for Fears, New Order, Pet Shop Boys, OMD, Thomas Dolby, Thompson Twins, Bronski Beat, Heaven 17, Howard Jones and Blancmange.
He moved to London and began working with a wide range of acts from the techno dance group Blancmange to the cult band Killing Joke.
In a play on words, it has sometimes jocularly been referred to as ' the Blancmange ', since, when viewed from Abergavenny-it looks to some as if it had been tipped from a huge jelly mould.

Blancmange and also
This name was also used by the 1980s synthpop group Blancmange who produced a song called " God's Kitchen ", although the two may not have been connected.

Blancmange and shape
* Blancmange or shape, a sweet dessert

Blancmange and is
* In the 1986 Sci-Fi film Flight Of The Navigator Blancmange appear on David's TV with the music video for " Lose Your Love " when he is introduced to music videos by Carolyn, played by a young Sarah Jessica Parker.
* An instrumental version of the song " Blind Vision " by Blancmange is used for the closing credits of the 1985 b-movie Avenging Angel.

Blancmange and with
Soft Cell's next recording, " The Girl with the Patent Leather Face ", appeared as a contribution to the Some Bizzare Album, which featured then-unknown bands such as Depeche Mode, The The, and Blancmange.
Blancmange are an English synthpop band who came to prominence with a string of hits in the early to mid 1980s.
Haig embarked on a long solo career, releasing a string of albums on his own Rhythm of Life label between 1984 and 2008, while Malcolm Ross joined Orange Juice and then played with Aztec Camera and Blancmange before embarking on a solo career.

Blancmange and .
* D. Awdrey-Gore — The Toastrack Enigma, The Blancmange Tragedy, The Postcard Mystery, The Pincushion Affair, The Toothpaste Murder, The Dustwrapper Secret ( Note: These books, although attributed to Awdrey-Gore in Gorey's book The Awdrey-Gore Legacy, were not really written.
In July 1984, Clarke teamed Stephen Luscombe of Blancmange, Pandit Dinesh and Asha Bhosle.
Blancmange was formed in Harrow, Middlesex in 1979 by singer Neil Arthur ( born 15 June 1958, Darwen, Lancashire ) and instrumentalists Stephen Luscombe ( born 29 October 1954, Hillingdon, Middlesex ) and Laurence Stevens.
Blancmange supported Nash the Slash on a London club tour in October and November 1980.
In 1984, Blancmange covered ABBA's single " The Day Before You Came ", which reached no.
Blancmange formally split up in 1987.
Following a gap of a quarter of a century, Blancmange released their fourth studio album, Blanc Burn, in March 2011.
By 1895, the company was producing Blancmange powder, jelly powder, and egg substitute.
New Order, Depeche Mode, Ultravox, Yaz and Blancmange were early staples of this format.

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The name presumably derives from the French royal house which never learned and never forgot ; ;
The Irish accent is, as one would expect, combined with slight inflections from the French.
While convalescing in his Virginia home he wrote a book recording his prison experiences and escape, entitled: They Shall Not Have Me Published originally in ( Helion's ) English by Dutton & Co. of New York, in 1943, the book was received by the press as a work of astonishing literary power and one of the most realistic accounts of World War 2, from the French side.
The waspish man stopped me three paces from the bicycle barricade, and asked me in French if I had papers to leave France.
For by now the original cause of the quarrel, Philip's seizure of Gascony, was only one strand in the spider web of French interests that overlay all western Europe and that had been so well and closely spun that the lightest movement could set it trembling from one end to the other.
There is a fairly wide selection of models of English, German and French manufacture from which you can choose from the very small Austin 7, Citroen 2 CV, Volkswagens, Renaults to the 6-passenger Simca Beaulieu.
Eight or ten years ago, a couple of French hoods stole a priceless Khmer head from the Musee Guimet, in Paris, and a week later crawled into the Salpetriere with unmistakable symptoms of leprosy.
The Ifni crisis in the fall of 1957 postponed further consideration of elections, but French consultants were called in and notices of further investigation appeared from time to time.
Venturesome traders, however, continued to come to them from Mobile, and to obtain a considerable number of pelts for the French markets.
British traders from South Carolina incited the Indians against the French, and there developed French and British Factions in the tribe.
To hold them was an essential part of French policy, for they controlled the upper termini of the routes from the north to Mobile.
They threatened constantly to give the British a hold on this region, from whence they could move easily down the rivers to the French settlements near the Gulf.
This was a slow and difficult course, and French trade suffered from the many mistakes of the new group of traders.
There was even a cable in French from a bank in Switzerland that had somehow learned about the Dallas stock offering.
Ideally, the President would like the French to agree on a `` status quo ante '' on Bizerte, and accept a new timetable for withdrawing their forces from the Mediterranean base.
Do you say chantey, as if the word were derived from the French word chanter, to sing, or do you say shanty and think of a roughly built cabin, which derives its name from the French-Canadian use of the word chantier, with one of its meanings given as a boat-yard??
there had been lessons in French from a small Polish nobleman with a really profound distaste for his pupils ; ;
International Atomic Time ( TAI, from the French name Temps atomique international ) is a high-precision atomic coordinate time standard based on the notional passage of proper time on Earth's geoid.
( This contrasted with Malinowski's functionalism, and was quite different from the later French structuralism, which examined the conceptual structures in language and symbolism.
Levant is derived from the French verb lever meaning " to rise " indicating that part of the world where the sun rises.
The al-prefix was probably added through confusion with another legal term, allegeance, an " allegation " ( the French allegeance comes from the English ).
Allegiance is formed from " liege ," from Old French liege, " liege, free ", of Germanic origin.

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