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* 1984 – William Buckley, the CIA station chief in Beirut, Lebanon, is kidnapped by Islamic fundamentalists and later died in captivity.
* March 16 – The CIA station chief in Beirut, William Francis Buckley, is kidnapped by Islamic Jihad and later dies in captivity.
Jeff Buckley, long an admirer of Piaf, gave what he considered the finest performance of his career there in 1995, which was later released in 2001 on Live at L ' Olympia.
Buckley grew up singing around the house and in harmony with his mother, later noting that all his family sang.
Buckley later told Rolling Stone the school was " the biggest waste of time ", but noted in an interview with Double Take Magazine that he appreciated studying music theory there, saying, " I was attracted to really interesting harmonies, stuff that I would hear in Ravel, Ellington, Bartók.
Buckley completed Babylon Dungeon Sessions, a four-song cassette that included the songs " Eternal Life ", " Unforgiven " ( later titled " Last Goodbye "), " Strawberry Street " ( a different version of which appears on the Grace Legacy Edition ), and punk screamer " Radio ".
Chambers and Willi Schlamm led the anti-Communist camp ( and both later joined the founding editorial board of William F. Buckley, Jr .' s National Review ).
On December 21, 1937, their daughter, Gail ( later known as Gail Lumet Buckley, a best-selling author ) was born there.
Buckley later took up residence in a cave near Point Lonsdale on the western side of the bay's entrance, The Rip.
In 1994, the band watched Jeff Buckley in concert ; Yorke later said the concert had a direct effect on his vocal delivery on " Fake Plastic Trees ".
The first Super-Maxi owners, the New Zealanders Charles St. Clair Brown, a businessman and self-made millionaire, and his co-owner, Bill Buckley, an engineer, were encouraged to build their yacht, Maximus ( later rechristened Investec LOYAL ), they say, due to the relaxed rules.
In March 1897 Arnold Heseltine died suddenly at the age of 45 ; six years later, Bessie married a Welsh landowner, Walter Buckley Jones, and moved to Jones's estate, Cefn-bryntalch Hall, near Abermule in Montgomeryshire, although the London house was kept on.
A hundred years later, Samuel Buckley published a critical edition, the material for which had been collected in France itself by Thomas Carte ( 1733 ).
Stonehouse spent a while in Copenhagen with Sheila Buckley, but later returned to Australia, unaware that he was now under surveillance.
One of the bluesy songs of Boomerang, " Killing Time ", would be later covered live by Jeff Buckley.
Rod Stewart would later cover the song for his critically acclaimed album, Never a Dull Moment, and a version by Jeff Buckley appears as an out-take on the 2004 re-issue of Grace.
* In William F. Buckley, Jr .' s novel The Redhunter, the main characters, deeply involved in the anti-Communism campaign of Sen. Joseph McCarthy, who thought that they were merely the offspring of two men who were best friends, later learn that they are in fact half-siblings and immediately break off their relationship, leaving unresolved feelings of guilt and longing.
Three years later, the group released their second album, Lamprey, which also was well received, and this aided them in obtaining tour slots alongside the likes of Belly, Dinosaur Jr, Buffalo Tom, Superchunk, Come and Jeff Buckley.
In 2002, he defeated Democrat Peter Buckley, who later became a member of the Oregon House of Representatives.
However his importance in Australian letters rests upon the seriousness he approached his task as a poet and his influence upon some later poets, such as Vincent Buckley.
But Kirk and Todd reformed the band, with Craig Nunenmacher as the drummer, who was later replaced by Tommy Buckley ( Soilent Green ), and Kevin Noonan again on guitar.
The ground was originally called Tennypark and was later named Buckley Park in honour of Marty Buckley.
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* In 1870 the small City of Ragusa ( Dubrovnik ) became the first small Lifeboat to cross the Atlantic from Cork to Boston with two men crew, John Charles Buckley and Nikola Primorac ( di Costa ), only.
Dilk was defeated in the November 8, 2011 election by former City fire chief Dennis Buckley, who became the first Mayor to have been the child of a former candidate for the same office ( his father, Robert Buckley, was defeated in the 1967 election ).
Buckley also became interested in blues musician Robert Johnson and hardcore punk band Bad Brains during this time.
Buckley began performing at several clubs and cafés around Lower Manhattan, but Sin-é in the East Village became his main venue.
From then on Buckley, who was editor of National Review, became the leading intellectual spokesman and organizer of the anti-Bircher conservatives.
Aron " The Pieman " Kay became the best-known Yippie pie-thrower, with his targets including Sen. Daniel Moynihan, conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly, ex-CIA head William Colby and conservative columnist William F. Buckley.
John Batman encountered William Buckley who then became an important translator in negotiations with the local indigenous tribesmen.
Hunt became station chief in Mexico City in 1950, and supervised William F. Buckley, Jr., who worked for the CIA in Mexico during the period 1951 – 1952.
In 1960, Buckley joined the 320th Special Forces Detachment which became the 11th Special Forces Group and attended both Basic Airborne and the Special Forces Officers Course.
Hyland's character ( Joan Bradford ) died, and Buckley was cast as the widower's new romantic interest, Sandra Sue Abbott ( nicknamed Abby ), who became stepmother of the eight children to which the series ' title refers.
In winning the medal, he became one of only four players ( and only the second at the time ) the others being Maurice Rioli − 1982, Nathan Buckley − 2002, and Chris Judd − 2005 ) to win the medal playing for the losing side.
Long and Merriman ( who both became multi-millionaires in the deal ) continued in their roles with TM, but sought to buy back the company in 1976 when the U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission ( SEC ) began an investigation into Buckley ’ s business affairs, accusing him and several members of the Starr Broadcasting board of directors of fraud and misuse of shareholder ’ s funds.
" The group subsequently became the focus of a record label bidding war, which author Peter Buckley described as a " frenzy ".
After completing his turn to the right, Meyer became a close adviser to and confidant of William F. Buckley, Jr., the founder and editor of National Review, who in the introduction to his book Did You Ever See a Dream Walking: American Conservative Thought in the 20th Century, 1970, gave Meyer the credit for properly synthesizing the traditionalist and libertarian strains within conservatism starting at the magazine itself.
God and Man at Yale: The Superstitions of “ Academic Freedom ” is a book published in 1951 by William F. Buckley, Jr., who eventually became a leading voice in the American conservative movement in the latter half of the twentieth century.
William Frank Buckley, Sr. ( July 11, 1881 – October 5, 1958 ) was a Texan lawyer and oil developer who became influential in Mexican politics during the term of President Victoriano Huerta and was expelled from Mexico during the Presidency of Álvaro Obregón.
In her final editorial effort she became the founding managing editor of the magazine William Buckley founded in 1955, The National Review.
With World War II over, Buckley Field's military role quickly diminished, and in 1946 it became an auxiliary field of the nearby Lowry Air Force Base.