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Built around a quasi-Japanese pentatonic scale, the music contrasts Japanese contemplation (" There is No Other Way ") with Western ingenuousness (" Please Hello ").
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Built around 103 to 105, Trajan's Bridge, or Pontes, is considered an architectural marvel, at 3, 500 feet across.
< blockquote title =" Reid, Robert H. Architects of the Web: 1000 Days That Built the Future of Business ">... to rectify many of the shortcomings of the very primitive prototypes then floating around the Internet.
Built to the same height, the roofs of the towers and the tops of the walls formed a broad, crenellated walkway all the way around the fortress.
Built around the Roman mansion Alba located on the road ab Asturica Burdigalam ( possibly the current village of Albeniz near Agurain ), it has sometimes been argued the name may stem from that landmark.
Built around 2600 BCE, it was one of the largest settlements of the ancient Indus Valley Civilization, and one of the world's earliest major urban settlements, existing at the same time as the civilizations of ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Crete.
Built in the middle of the town that it effectively controlled, the château of Blois comprises several buildings constructed from the 13th to the 17th century around the main courtyard.
Built in 1890 at a cost of $ 250, 000, it drew guests from around the world to nearby natural springs that were said to have healing qualities.
Built around the now-departed textile industry, in recent decades it has been swept up in southern New Hampshire's economic expansion as part of the Boston region.
* Sunset Lake: Built around a man-made lake in the extreme northern part of Bridgewater, near the interchange of Interstate 287 and Interstate 78.
Built around the local railway system, Thomasville is home to the oldest railroad depot in the state, just a few hundred feet from the city's most notable landmark, " The Big Chair ".
According to Steve Huey of allmusic, " Only Built 4 Cuban Linx ... contained a narrative album format revolving around cocaine trafficking, criminal activity, and a rise through the ranks of the illegal industry.
Built to save six miles ( 10 km ) of construction around the obstacle, the 3 / 4-mile tunnel used over six million bricks.
Built around an old manor house, the college has increased by one or two buildings each decade and now consists of five courts in large, rectangular gardens, enclosed by the outer-walls of various dormitories.
Built around a 16-bit CPU, the MSP430 is designed for low cost and, specifically, low power consumption embedded applications.
Built into each tooth is a depth gauge or " raker " which rides ahead of the tooth and limits the depth of cut, typically to around 0. 025 ".
* McQuaid Hall – Built around 1900, it was named for Bishop Bernard J. McQuaid, Seton Hall ’ s first President from 1856 – 1857 and 1859 – 1867.
Built in 1873 as an opera house, the theater was rebuilt to Spanish Colonial Revival style designs by architects George Washington Smith and Lutah Maria Riggs for the Community Arts Music Association in the early 1920s, and opened in August 1924, during a period in which civic groups in Santa Barbara were beginning to unify the town's architectural look around a Spanish Colonial style.
* Esquivel House, Built in the 19th century belonged to Father Mariano Dubon 20th century around the house detail and decoration of the structure makes it unique in this city the house now belongs to the Esquivel Family and this is categorized and rated as high-class residence.
Built around Throckmorton Philharmonic Gildersleeve, a character who had been a staple on the classic radio situation comedy Fibber McGee and Molly, first introduced on Oct. 3, 1939, ep.
Built to withstand earthquakes and sinking ships, in the early 21st century it carries around 75, 000 vehicles a day.
Built around a nucleus from Chaffee's 7th Mechanized Cavalry, the armored division tested the ability of a very large combined-arms mechanized unit to move long distances, maintain troops and vehicles in combat conditions, and affect the outcome of tactical and operational-level problems.
As part of the Government's Sea Change programme, being run by the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment, the area will benefit from a £ 500, 000 grant to re-landscape the area around Splash Point and see a revival of the Speakers ' Corner.
Built and scale
Built in 1910, and modest in scale and design, it is technologically and historically significant as an embodiment of local bridge design before state standardization.
" Built as tract " mansions " or executive homes in marketing parlance, they generally are found in outlying suburban areas because lot sizes in older neighborhoods generally are not conducive to residences of this large scale.
Built for King Charles II of England by Sir Christopher Wren from 1683, the King's House stood on a site adjoining the castle it was to replace, and modelled after the Palace of Versailles, though on a somewhat smaller scale.
Built from local stone and marble, each instrument carries an astronomical scale, generally marked on the marble inner lining.
Built and music
Built as a synagogue in 1847-48 by architect Hezekiah Marshall, the " Old Synagogue " is used as a recital hall by the music department.
Built initially as a as a music conservatoire in 1890, the site became a recording studio in 1926 for the Piccadilly label.
Built in 1995, it houses the Steinway-equipped Edward Boyle Auditorium and a number of music practice rooms.
The album gave Ministry a more mainstream audience, with the track " Jesus Built My Hotrod " receiving major airplay on MTV and various other music stations.
Built in the Georgian Colonial style, it was situated on of landscaped land when the college purchased it in 1960 to house the music department and to provide additional student housing.
Built in 1878 and later modified, the Esplanade is an iconic pub and live music venue known by locals simply as the ' Espy '.
Built at a cost of about $ 148 million, it included 65 classrooms, about 450 computers on 13 networks, 7 pairs of escalators, various indoor sporting facilities, including two gymnasiums and a pool built to Public Schools Athletic League standards, a theater with acoustics and lighting to accommodate music and drama productions, two lecture halls with movable partitions, a skylit cafeteria overlooking the Hudson River, twelve science laboratories ( including a molecular biology lab and an analytical chemistry lab ) and special shops for instruction in ceramics, photography, wood, plastics, metal work, robotics and energy studies.
Like The Jesus and Mary Chain, " Jesus Built My Hotrod ", The Jesus Lizard, Jesus Jones ; there's just heaps of Jesus ' out there in the music world so we thought we would have that and super was kind of like a ' 90s catch word.
The oldies format returned to WCBS-FM on July 12, 2007 in an updated form featuring music from 1964 to 1989 ( and without the word " Oldies ", but rather " Greatest Hits " in the on-air positioning ), with songs such as " Girls Just Want to Have Fun " by Cyndi Lauper, " Gloria " by Laura Branigan, and " We Built This City " by Starship in rotation ( though it should be pointed out that the original WCBS-FM played current hits mixed in with its oldies as late as the late 1980s and the three songs mentioned here during most of their years ).
: Built in 1837, this stately, white church houses the dignified, formal liturgy and music of the local Anglican congregation, one of the main Protestant denominations in the area.
A U. S. Built Ferguson TO-35 is featured in the music video for the song " Farmer's Daughter " written by Marv Green, Rhett Akins, and Ben Hayslip and recorded by American country music artist Rodney Atkins.
Built in 1975, The Rose Lehrman Arts Center houses a Live at Rose Lehrman Performing Artists series, the Rose Lehrman Arts Gallery, box office and concession stands, and space for college theatre, music, and art programs.
Built for the Century 21 Exposition in Seattle in 1963, the International Fountain's original design had changing water and light patterns, with a background of classical music ( though the patterns weren't specifically intended to be synched with the music.
Built in 1899 in the French Gothic architectural style, this 3-story, 22-room residence was damaged in the 1933 earthquake but was repaired, and is now part of Mount St. Mary's College's campus, where it houses college departments, runs docent tours, and hosts chamber music concerts by The Da Camera Society.