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Burton is known for using recurring collaborators on his works ; among them are Johnny Depp, who has become a close friend of Burton since their first film together ; musician Danny Elfman, who has composed scores for all but five of the films Burton has directed and / or produced ; and domestic partner Helena Bonham Carter.
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Still existing on a `` Northern Union '' telegraph form is a typical peremptory message from Peru grocer J. J. Hapgood to Burton and Graves' store in Manchester -- `` Get and send by stage four pounds best Porterhouse or serloin stake, for Mrs. Hapgood send six sweet oranges ''.
* Absalom is the name given to the caterpillar by screenwriter Linda Woolverton in Disney's " Alice in Wonderland ," directed by Tim Burton.
In the 2006 case before the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, Ballard v. Burton, Judge Carl E. Stewart writing for the Court held that an Alford guilty plea is a " variation of an ordinary guilty plea ".
The town centre is home to a number of high street multiples, including: Greggs, Argos, Specsavers, Wilkinson's, Shoe Zone, Superdrug, Costa Coffee, JJB Sports, Cash Generator, GAME, Poundland, Timpson, Althams Travel, Ladbrokes, Paddy Power, Claire's, Grainger Games, Post Office, Thomas Cook, Thomson, Burton, Holland & Barrett, Dorothy Perkins, Blockbuster, WHSmith, H Samuel, Iceland, Phones 4U, Boots Opticians, Card Factory, Boots, Store Twenty One, Poundworld, Peacocks, B & M Bargains, Wetherspoons and a mix of other shops.
Also suggested as a possible influence on Poe is ‘ The Secret Cell ’, a short story published in September 1837 by William Evans Burton, describing how a London policeman solves the mystery of a kidnapped girl.
* Economists such as Burton Malkiel suggest that neither fundamental analysis nor technical analysis is useful in outperforming the markets
There is Blair leading a respectable, outwardly eventless life at his parents ' house in Southwold, writing ; then in contrast, there is Blair as Burton ( the name he used in his down-and-out episodes ) in search of experience in the kips and spikes, in the East End, on the road, and in the hop fields of Kent.
Most Muslim scholars have regarded the story as historically implausible, while opinion is divided among western scholars such as Leone Caetani and John Burton, who argue against, and William Muir and William Montgomery Watt, who argue for its plausibility.
Richard Burton is judged as the Worst Actor of All Time over nominees John Agar, Tony Curtis and Victor Mature.
Another Burton film, Exorcist II: The Heretic, is the book's first runner up in the Worst Film of All Time award based on reader response.
According to sociologist Burton Clark, Reed is one of the most unusual institutions of higher learning in the United States, featuring a traditional liberal arts and natural sciences curriculum.
Near the Palm House is a building known as " Museum No. 1 " ( even though it is the only museum on the site ), which was designed by Decimus Burton and opened in 1857.
In a note, Kirby states, " A very abbreviated list of twentieth-century writers on the NT who do not believe that the empty tomb is historically reliable: Marcus Borg, Günther Bornkamm, Gerald Boldock Bostock, Rudolf Bultmann, Peter Carnley, John Dominic Crossan, Stevan Davies, Maurice Goguel, Michael Goulder, Hans Grass, Charles Guignebert, Uta Ranke-Heinemann, Randel Helms, Herman Hendrikx, Roy Hoover, Helmut Koester, Hans Küng, Alfred Loisy, Burton L. Mack, Willi Marxsen, Gerd Lüdemann, Norman Perrin, Robert M. Price, Marianne Sawicki, John Shelby Spong, Howard M. Teeple, and John T.
Lieutenant Commander Geordi La Forge is a main character in the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation and its feature films, played by LeVar Burton.
Throughout the series, Burton was equipped with Geordi La Forge's trademark VISOR, which he found extremely unpleasant to wear: " It ’ s pretty much a living hell ... 85 to 90 per cent of my vision is taken away when the VISOR goes on ...
It is widely accepted that Jake Burton Carpenter ( founder of Burton Snowboards ) and / or Tom Sims ( founder of Sims Snowboards ) invented snowboarding.
Timothy Walter " Tim " Burton ( born August 25, 1958 ) is an American film director, film producer, writer and artist.
While at Disney in 1982, Burton made his first short, Vincent, a six-minute black-and-white stop motion film based on a poem written by the filmmaker, and depicting a young boy who fantasizes that he is his ( and Burton's ) hero Vincent Price, with Price himself providing narration.
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The waters of Burton in England contain gypsum, which benefits making pale ale to such a degree that brewers of pale ales will add gypsum to the local water in a process known as Burtonisation.
Chester Burton " Chet " Atkins ( June 20, 1924 – June 30, 2001 ) was an American guitarist and record producer who, along with Owen Bradley, created the smoother country music style known as the Nashville sound, which expanded country's appeal to adult pop music fans as well.
Burton ’ s fictional detective relies on practical methods-dogged legwork, knowledge of the underworld and undercover surveillance-rather than brilliance of imagination or intellect, but it has been suggested this story may have been known to Poe, who in 1839 worked for Burton.
He is principally known for his 1968 version of Romeo and Juliet, for which he was nominated for an Academy Award, although his 1967 version of The Taming of the Shrew ( with Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton ) remains the best-known film adaptation of that play as well.
He played piano on sessions with them and other lesser known artists such as The Prisonaires, Ben Burton Orchestra, Little Milton, Matt Cockrell and Dennis Binder.
Puck, also known as Robin Goodfellow, is a character in William Shakespeare's play A Midsummer Night's Dream, whose nature has been so clearly fixed in the English-speaking imagination that, as Katherine Briggs has remarked, " it no longer seems natural to talk as Robert Burton does in the Anatomie of Melancholy of a puck instead of ' Puck '".
The logo officially known internally as " the gem ", was designed for the CBC by graphic artist Burton Kramer in 1974, and it is the most widely recognized symbol of the corporation.
Louis Burton Lindley, Jr. ( June 29, 1919December 8, 1983 ), known by the stage name Slim Pickens, was an American rodeo performer and film and television actor who epitomized the profane, tough, sardonic cowboy, but who is best remembered for his comic roles, notably in Dr. Strangelove and Blazing Saddles.
In 1921 they joined the Birmingham & District League and three years later the club became known as Burton Town and were league champions in 1928.
Levardis Robert Martyn Burton, Jr. ( born February 16, 1957 ), professionally known as LeVar Burton, is an American actor, director, producer, and author.
At the time, Burton was considerably better known than Patrick Stewart in the United States, due to the fame he gained from starring in Roots and Reading Rainbow.
In his book A Random Walk Down Wall Street, Princeton economist Burton Malkiel said that technical forecasting tools such as pattern analysis must ultimately be self-defeating: " The problem is that once such a regularity is known to market participants, people will act in such a way that prevents it from happening in the future.
The Westcott, known as the car built to last, was a six-cylinder four-door sedan manufactured by Burton J. Westcott of the Westcott Motor Car Company.
Burton and Orpha Westcott however, are better known for having contracted the world-renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright to design their home in 1908 at 1340 East High Street.
There are records that show a windmill existed from the late 14th to the early 19th centuries in Burton Stone Lane and was known as Clifton or Lady Windmill.
Clifton National School for girls and infants, also known as Burton Stone Lane School, was opened in 1841.
The school became a controlled voluntary primary school in 1950 and is known as Burton Green School.
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For he remembered too well how he had brought back the loaded drinks to Burton and then returned to the kitchen to get weaker drinks for himself.
In 1965 Lerner collaborated again with Burton Lane on the musical On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, which was adapted for film in 1970.
Burton Stephen " Burt " Lancaster ( November 2, 1913-October 20, 1994 ) was an American film actor noted for his athletic physique, blue eyes and distinctive smile ( which he called " The Grin ").
In 1985, Tim Burton and Paul Reubens invited Elfman to write the score for their first feature film, Pee-wee's Big Adventure.
" About two-thirds of the soldiers were unmarried, and Burton noted a "... corps of prostitutes kept for the use of the Amazon-soldieresses.
Dahomey was chosen for some of the filming locations in the movie, The Comedians ( 1967 film ), with an all-star cast that included Richard Burton, Elizabeth Taylor, Lillian Gish, James Earl Jones, Roscoe Lee Brown, Alec Guinness, Raymond St. Jacques, Gloria Foster, Zakes Mokae, Paul Ford, Georg Stanford Brown, Peter Ustinov, Douta Seck and Cicely Tyson.
His visit to say goodbye to BBC producer Philip Burton, a few days before he left for New York, was interrupted by a blackout.
Richard Burton received his third Tony Award nomination when he played his second Hamlet, his first under John Gielgud's direction, in 1964 in a production that holds the record for the longest run of the play in Broadway history ( 136 performances ).
The performance was set on a bare stage, conceived to appear like a dress rehearsal, with Burton in a black v-neck sweater, and Gielgud himself tape-recorded the voice for the Ghost ( which appeared as a looming shadow ).
In 1938, G. E. Taylor, a South African tourist, filmed something in the loch for three minutes on 16 mm colour film, which was in the possession of Maurice Burton.
In a 1982 series of articles for New Scientist, Dr Maurice Burton proposed that sightings of Nessie and similar creatures could actually be fermenting logs of Scots pine rising to the surface of the loch's cold waters.
Avicenna suggests, in remarkable similarity with Robert Burton, many causes for melancholy, including the fear of death, intrigues surrounding one's life, and lost love.
14 March 1321 / 1322 ), died following the Battle of Burton Bridge, then was posthumously executed for treason by Edward II
Several rings were built in Europe during the five years that it took to obtain funding for the project, but the extensive project revisions resulted in a superior design that was quickly constructed and paved the way for Nobel Prizes in 1976 for Burton Richter and in 1995 for Martin Perl.
The argument that the textures achieved with CGI cannot match the way real textures are captured by stop motion also makes it valuable for a handful of movie makers, notably Tim Burton, whose puppet-animated film Corpse Bride was released in 2005.