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Brice N. Cassenti, an associate professor with the Department of Engineering and Science at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, stated “ At least 100 times the total energy output of the entire world would be required for the voyage ( to Alpha Centauri )”.
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The incorporators were John B. Smith, Henderson Gaylord, Peter Shupp, Draper Smith, Josiah M. Eno, Daniel Gardiner, A. R. Matthews, William Jenkins, George P. Richards, S. M. Davenport, Edward Griffith, Lewis Boughton, A. F. Shupp, John J. Shonk, James McAlarney, J. P. Davenport, Eli Bittenbender, David McDonald, C. A. Kuschke, Andrew F. Levi, Querin Krothe, David Madden, John Dodson, Darius Gardiner, John Cobley, William L. Lance, Jr., J. E. Smith, R. N. Smith, John Dennis, David Levi, W. W. Lance, William W. Dietrick, James Hutchison, George Brown, Oliver Davenport, Samuel French, A. Gabriel, Theodore Renshaw, Edward G. Jones, J. L. Nesbitt, J. W. Weston, J. H. Waters, John E. Halleck, E. R. Wolfe, F. E. Spry, C. F. Derby, Anthony Duffy, D. Brown, A. G. Rickard, Thomas P. Macfarlane, William L. Lance, Lewis Gorham, John Jessop, A. S. Davenport, A. Hutchison, Brice S. Blair, John S. Geddis and C. H. Wilson, M. D.
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The majority of films produced in the Federal Republic in the 1960s were genre works: westerns, especially the series of movies adapted from Karl May's popular genre novels which starred Pierre Brice as the Apache Winnetou and Lex Barker as his white blood brother Old Shatterhand ; thrillers and crime films, notably a series of Edgar Wallace movies in which Klaus Kinski, Heinz Drache, Wolfgang Völz, and Joachim Fuchsberger were among the regular players ; and softcore sex films, both the relatively serious Aufklärungsfilme ( sex education films ) of Oswalt Kolle and such exploitation films as Schulmädchen-Report ( Schoolgirl Report ) ( 1970 ) and its successors.
* 1936 – Baby Snooks, played by Fanny Brice, debuts on the radio program The Ziegfeld Follies of the Air.
Nancy Graves, Ronald Davis, Howard Hodgkin, Larry Poons, Jannis Kounellis, Brice Marden, Bruce Nauman, Richard Tuttle, Alan Saret, Walter Darby Bannard, Lynda Benglis, Dan Christensen, Larry Zox, Ronnie Landfield, Eva Hesse, Keith Sonnier, Richard Serra, Sam Gilliam, Mario Merz and Peter Reginato were some of the younger artists who emerged during the era of late modernism that spawned the heyday of the art of the late 1960s.
At the turn of the 21st century, well-established artists such as Sir Anthony Caro, Lucian Freud, Cy Twombly, Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns, Agnes Martin, Al Held, Ellsworth Kelly, Helen Frankenthaler, Frank Stella, Kenneth Noland, Jules Olitski, Claes Oldenburg, Jim Dine, James Rosenquist, Alex Katz, Philip Pearlstein, and younger artists including Brice Marden, Chuck Close, Sam Gilliam, Isaac Witkin, Sean Scully, Mahirwan Mamtani, Joseph Nechvatal, Elizabeth Murray, Larry Poons, Richard Serra, Walter Darby Bannard, Larry Zox, Ronnie Landfield, Ronald Davis, Dan Christensen, Joel Shapiro, Tom Otterness, Joan Snyder, Ross Bleckner, Archie Rand, Susan Crile, and dozens of others continued to produce vital and influential paintings and sculpture.
Among the greatest discoveries of lost objects was the 1653 accidental uncovering of Childeric I's tomb in the church of Saint Brice in Tournai.
Besides imitating Fanny Brice at singing gigs, she thought school was dull and felt confined by the strict rules.
Soon Flo hires Fanny Brice ( playing herself ) away from vaudeville and gives stagehand Ray Bolger ( also playing himself ) his break as well.
* An Introduction to Digital Computers and the MAD Language, Brice Carnahan, University of Michigan.
Landscape architect Noakes enters, shortly accompanied by Captain Brice and Lady Croom, who then proceed to discuss the proposed modifications to the gardens, with Thomasina drawing a picture of an imaginary hermit ( in the biblical style of John the Baptist ) onto Mr. Noakes's picture of the garden ( with its fantasy hermitage ) as he sees it in the future.
Reverting to 1809, scene 6 reveals that the duel never occurred, with the Chaters instead having departed for the West Indies along with Captain Brice ; Mr. Chater is accompanying the expedition as a botanist, and Mrs. Chater as Captain Brice's paramour.
Later, it is revealed that he is the same person as a Mr. Chater, the botanist who dies of a monkey bite in Martinique ( after he has travelled there with his wife and Captain Brice ).
She sleeps with Lord Byron and gets him, her husband, Captain Brice, and herself essentially kicked out of Sidley Park.
* Captain Brice: The brother of Lady Croom ( of 1809 ) is a sea captain who falls in love with Mrs. Chater.
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There, he trained and influenced Brussels artists like François-Joseph Navez and Ignace Brice, painted Cupid and Psyche and quietly lived the remainder of his life with his wife ( whom he had remarried ).
However, the party faced with another ecologist party: Ecology Generation led by Brice Lalonde, environment minister of President François Mitterrand and allied with the Socialist Party ( PS ).
The production was revived at The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, June 3 — 28, 2009, with Venida Evans, Ron Brice, Deanne Lorette, Brian Dykstra, Fisher Neal, Kathryn Meisle, Einar Gunn, Philip Goodwin, Lindsey Wochley, Bradford Cover, and directed by Matthew Arbour.
In a drunken daze, Jane decides to revive her childhood singing and dancing act of Baby Jane, reasoning that Fanny Brice had success with Baby Snooks.
Brice Smith, a graduate student in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Department of Physics, said in The Tech in 2001 that " he first strip, taken alone, would have been a brilliant use of sarcasm that very sharply points out the need for such events ", but that the second strip " mocks the women ’ s demands to feel safe and to be free from rape, and then follows this up with the men brutally attacking the women, killing many quite graphically [...]" Brice Smith argued that " One almost does not even know where to begin addressing this kind of hate-filled message.
* Kent – A hamlet, also known as " East Carlton " or " Brice Station ," located on the border with the Town of Kendall.
Other co-stars with Cantor during his time in the Follies included Will Rogers, Marilyn Miller, Fanny Brice and W. C. Fields.
There was also a 1945 feature motion picture entitled Ziegfeld Follies with Fred Astaire, Judy Garland, Lena Horne, William Powell, Gene Kelly, Fanny Brice, Red Skelton, Esther Williams, Cyd Charisse, Lucille Ball, Kathryn Grayson, and others performing songs and sketches similar to those from the original Follies.
In her second full-length film, Be Yourself, Fanny Brice sang a song that mentioned Kahn: " Is something the matter with Otto Kahn, or is something wrong with me?
In Germany, Granger acted in the role of Old Surehand in three Western films adapted from novels by German author Karl May, with French actor Pierre Brice ( playing the fictional Indian chief Winnetou ), in Unter Geiern ( Frontier Hellcat ) ( 1964 ), Der Ölprinz ( Rampage at Apache Wells ) ( 1965 ) and Old Surehand ( Flaming Frontier ) ( 1965 ).
He was united with Pierre Brice and Lex Barker, also a hero of Karl May films, in Gern hab ' ich die Frauen gekillt ( Killer's Carnival ) ( 1966 ).
In 1970, Corris was awarded a scholarship to attend the prestigious summer program in art at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, where he had contact with Kenneth Noland, Jacob Lawrence, Brice Marden and David Diao.
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Poster for the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts | Lincoln Center production by James McMullanArcadia first opened at the Royal National Theatre in London on 13 April 1993 in a production directed by Trevor Nunn and featuring Rufus Sewell as Septimus Hodge, Felicity Kendal as Hannah Jarvis, Bill Nighy as Bernard Nightingale, Emma Fielding as Thomasina Coverly, Alan Mitchell as Jellaby, Derek Hutchinson as Ezra Chater, Sidney Livingston as Richard Noakes, Harriet Walter as Lady Croom, Graham Sinclair as Captain Brice, Harriet Harrison as Chloe Coverly, Timothy Matthews as Augustus Coverly and Gus Coverly and Samuel West as Valentine Coverly.
On Friday nights the Zimmermann family would take the subway into Manhattan to see the vaudeville show at the Palace Theatre, where Merman discovered Blossom Seeley, Fanny Brice, Sophie Tucker, and Nora Bayes.
Born at 17 Euston Square, London, he was the son of Frederick Harrison ( 1799-1881 ), a stockbroker and his wife Jane, daughter of Alexander Brice, a Belfast granite merchant.
at Mermaid Theatre ( 1986 ); Sister Mary Amnesia in Nunsense at Fortune Theatre ( 1987 ; and singing on the original London cast album ); Fanny Brice and other comediennes in Ziegfeld ( 1988 ) at the London Palladium ( which held the record, according to the Guinness Book of Records, for " Greatest Theatrical Losses "); and Dick Whittington in Poppy at Half Moon Theatre ( 1988 – 89 ).
1985 – Saatchi Gallery opens at Boundary Road, London NW8, featuring many key works by Donald Judd, Brice Marden, Cy Twombly and Andy Warhol.
The sailor at the next desk was a young agent named Ray Stark, the son-in-law of the renowned comedienne and musical star, Fanny Brice.
Notable academics who have worked at Ulster include historian Antony Alcock, ecologist Amyan Macfadyen, political scientist Monica McWilliams, poets Andrew Waterman and James Simmons, physicists Robin Williams and Gareth Roberts, mathematician Ralph Henstock, law professors Brice Dickson and Denis Moloney, Professor of Nursing Research Brendan McCormack and former principal and theologian Edwin Ewart.
In their youths, Forbes descendants Sen. John Forbes Kerry and his first cousin Brice Lalonde summered on Naushon and at another family property at Saint-Briac, France.
The highlights of that festival included a parade on the Saturday, which began in the grounds of the former Mooroolbark Primary School ( which closed at the end of 2004 ) and went down Brice Avenue towards the fairground.
Brice Dickson, appointed as an independent member on 15 March 2012, was a member of the Alliance Party of Northern Ireland at the time of his appointment.
Mooroolbark is located at the eastern end of the Manchester Road level crossing, with station access from Brice Avenue and Manchester Road.
After the Civil War, Brice studied law at the University of Michigan and then started a business career where he amassed a fortune, largely in railroads.
Around 1880, when his law practice was proving unsuccessful and his mother ’ s home was at risk of foreclosure, Brice wrote to the holder of the mortgage, the then governor Charles Foster, and offered to attend to any legal interests he needed help with.
Though Brice fended off a censure motion at the 1894 Democratic party state convention, he lost his bid for reelection to Republican Joseph B. Foraker three years later.