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Christopher and Allen
They had three children, Christopher Allen, Elizabeth Jean and Leslie Anne.
Beat poet and longtime Greenwich Village resident Allen Ginsberg lived on Christopher Street, and happened upon the jubilant chaos.
The first permanent settlement within the present day bounds of Allen County took place in 1824, when Christopher S. Wood and his family settled in section 7 of Bath Township.
The first permanent settlement within the present day bounds of Allen County took place in 1824, when Christopher S. Wood and his family settled in section 7 of Bath Township.
The service has marked its centenary in 2009 by publishing an official history, written by Professor Christopher Andrew, Professor of Modern and Contemporary History at Cambridge University, published in hardback in October 2009 by Allen Lane, an imprint of Penguin Books.
This town was originally laid out by John Warner, Christopher M. Allen, Daniel A. Allen and William P. Records, January 18, 1837.
Two additions were made to Black Hawk, by William P. Records, Daniel A. Allen and Christopher M. Allen, May 15, 1839, consisting of sixteen lots on the north of the original town plat, and eight lots on the south.
It was notable for its title song, " Arthur's Theme ( Best That You Can Do )", co-written by Christopher Cross, Burt Bacharach, Carole Bayer Sager and Peter Allen, and was performed by Christopher Cross.
* Best Original Song – Burt Bacharach, Carole Bayer Sager, Christopher Cross and Peter Allen for " Arthur's Theme ( Best That You Can Do )" which was performed by Cross
It features the voices of well-known actors such as Woody Allen, Sharon Stone, Jennifer Lopez, Sylvester Stallone, Dan Aykroyd, Anne Bancroft, Gene Hackman, Christopher Walken, and Danny Glover as various members of an ant society.
* Christopher Andrew, The Defence of the Realm: The Authorized History of MI5 ( London: Allen Lane, 2009 ).
** Christopher Raeburn ( producer ), Georg Solti ( conductor ), Thomas Allen, Kiri Te Kanawa, Kurt Moll, Lucia Popp, Samuel Ramey, Frederica von Stade & the London Philharmonic for Mozart: Le Nozze di Figaro
Amongst the many authors published by Allen & Unwin are Alex Miller, Christos Tsiolkas, Garth Nix, Jodi Picoult, Kate Morton, Michael Connelly, Thomas Keneally, Peter Corris, Paul Keating, Stephanie Dowrick and Christopher Hitchens.
* Cunneen, Christopher ( 1983 ) King s Men: Australia s Governors-General from Hopetoun to Isaacs ( Allen & Unwin: North Sydney )
** Christopher Raeburn ( producer ), Georg Solti ( conductor ), Thomas Allen, Kiri Te Kanawa, Kurt Moll, Lucia Popp, Samuel Ramey, Frederica von Stade & the London Philharmonic Orchestra for Mozart: Le nozze di Figaro
It produced about forty books by more than twenty poets, including Pete Brown, Ed Dorn ( Gunslinger 1 & 2, 1970 ), Robert Duncan, Larry Eigner, Paul Evans, Roy Fisher, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Donald Gardner (* 1938, For the flames, 1974 ), Allen Ginsberg, Michael Hamburger, Lee Harwood, Spike Hawkins, Alan Jackson, David Jones, Christopher Middleton, Lorine Niedecker, Jeff Nuttall, George Oppen, Tom Pickard ( with a preface by Bunting ), Omar S. Pound, F. T. Prince, Tom Raworth, Jerome Rothenberg and Gary Snyder.
* Allen Christopher Bertram Bathurst, 9th Earl Bathurst ( b. 1961 )
* A version of the story is told by the song Don Christopher by Indie rock band Bishop Allen on their album November, though the song says that Christopher Columbus " lopped the tip right off the shell.
She shared this Oscar with her co-writers Peter Allen, Burt Bacharach, and Christopher Cross.
In 1973 he formed a band that would eventually be called Tiger Lily, comprising initially bassist Chris Allen ( real name: Christopher Thomas Allen ) and guitarist Stevie Shears, with Canadian drummer Warren Cann joining shortly afterwards, in early 1974.

Christopher and supported
He was supported by Vatican II theologians such as Karl Rahner, Hans Küng, and several bishops, including Christopher Butler, who called it one of the most important contributions to contemporary discussion in the Church.
After he graduated, professors from university supported Abel financially, and Professor Christopher Hansteen let him live in a room in the attic of his home.
The Danish State Council ( rigsraad ), dominated by the still Catholic bishops and nobles, refused to accept Duke Christian as king and turned to Count Christopher of Oldenburg in order to restore Christian II to the Danish throne ( Christian II had supported both the New and Old Faiths at various times ).
Christopher Einholf, in contrast wrote " For George Thomas, the view that slavery was needed as a way of controlling blacks was supported by his personal experience of Nat Turner's Rebellion.
On each occasion Trenchard and his staff officers, supported by Christopher Bullock, worked to show that the RAF provided good value for money and was required for the long-term strategic security of the United Kingdom.
* A new musical theatre adaptation by Christopher Carter Sanderson titled " Woyzeck Musical Deathmetal " was supported by a Fulbright grant in early 2011 at Norway's EFTN.
The season also features a one-night only reading of Romeo and Juliet starring Meryl Streep and Kevin Kline in the two lead roles, supported by Phylicia Rashād, Sam Waterston, Sandra Oh, Bill Irwin, Christine Baranski, John Cullum, Raúl Esparza, Jesse L. Martin, Jerry Stiller, Christopher Walken and others.
Acting Parks Chief Christopher Williams sided with the neighbors in blocking any attempt to have any memorial to Kurt Cobain in the park, despite recent work at Jimi Hendrix Park in Seattle and a memorial sculpture in Aberdeen, Washington which was supported by Aberdeen's Mayor.
Secretary Christopher noted the extensive and credible accusations of human rights violations by Constant, and reasoned that a failure to deport Constant would give the appearance that the U. S. government supported Constant's activities.
The stars of the original cast were Hermione Gingold ( as Mrs. Bennet ), Polly Bergen ( as Elizabeth Bennet ), and Farley Granger ( as Mr. Darcy ), supported by Phyllis Newman ( Jane Bennet ), Ellen Hanley ( Charlotte Lucas ), Christopher Hewett ( Mr. Collins ), Donald Madden ( Charles Bingley ), and James Mitchell ( Capt.
Originally proposed by Christopher T. Carley of the Fordham Company in 2005, the project was supported by many Chicagoans and city officials.

Christopher and definition
But " this view of Cubism is associated with a distinctly restrictive definition of which artists are properly to be called Cubists ," writes the art historian Christopher Green: " Marginalizing the contribution of the artists who exhibited at the Salon des Indépendants in 1911 [...]"
Using Christopher Brown's edition ( typeset by OUP in 2006 ), which was published by the Church Music Society, he created a new revised version which sought to address many of the issues raised by the original manuscript-specifically Pearsall's lack of definition regarding verbal underlay.

Christopher and traced
Textual history was traced by Christopher Tolkien in the volumes of The History of Middle-earth, and the overall subject has gained attention among later researchers and fans.
Serial numbers of 3 units have been historically traced to recordings-# 005 ( formerly owned by Christopher Franke of Tangerine Dream ), # 007 ( formerly owned by Wakeman ), and # 011 ( Earthstar ).
Mayanism can be traced to sources such as the sixteenth-century book Utopia by Sir Thomas More, who developed the concept of a utopia in the New World ( an idea first explored by Christopher Columbus in his 1501 Book of Prophecies ).

Christopher and core
University of Pittsburgh economist Christopher Briem notes that the level of employment in the city has remained largely constant for the past 50 years: " time series of jobs located in the City proper are about as stable as any economic metric in the region, or in any other Northeastern US urban core, over many decades.
In 1977, Chaikin formed an experimental workshop company called The Winter Project, whose members included Ronnie Gilbert, Corey Fischer, Robbie McCauley, Mark Samuels, Robert Montgomery, Christopher McCann and Will Patton, as well as core members of the previous Open Theatre, among others.
Peter Baumann ( born January 29, 1953, in Berlin ) formed the core line-up of the German electronic group Tangerine Dream with Edgar Froese and Christopher Franke in 1971.
The Indie show was fronted by Christopher ' The Dictator ' Dentel, and was entirely Indie music, and the Pit was Josh Altmanshofer featuring hard core music.

Christopher and ideas
Around 1591 Christopher Marlowe also joined this patron's service, and for a while Marlowe and Kyd shared lodgings, and perhaps even ideas.
The radical environmental movement aspires to what scholar Christopher Manes calls " a new kind of environmental activism: iconoclastic, uncompromising, discontented with traditional conservation policy, at time illegal ..." Radical environmentalism presupposes a need to reconsider Western ideas of religion and philosophy ( including capitalism, patriarchy and globalization ) sometimes through " resacralising " and reconnecting with nature.
The radical environmental movement aspires to what scholar Christopher Manes calls " a new kind of environmental activism: iconoclastic, uncompromising, discontented with traditional conservation policy, at time illegal ..." Radical environmentalism presupposes a need to reconsider Western ideas of religion and philosophy ( including capitalism, patriarchy and globalization ) sometimes through " resacralising " and reconnecting with nature.
Christopher Marlowe was one of many Elizabethan writers who were enthusiastic proponents of these ideas.
Christopher Hill, the world-renowned historian, explains that ideas such as anti-Trinitarianism, which scholars solemnly trace back to ancient times, were an integral part ofthe lower-class heretical culture which burst into the open in the sixteenth century ”.
Somerville makes the point that not all those who discussed sovereignty in England at this period necessarily took their views from Bodin: the ideas were up in the air at the time, and some such as Hadrian à Saravia and Christopher Lever had their own reasoning to similar conclusions.
In a 2012 pamphlet, the late author Christopher Hitchens refers to a "... Poujadiste female with ideas above her station ", presumably a reference to Margaret Thatcher and her humble origins as a Grantham grocer's daughter.
Still later, the amiable-architecture ideas of people like Christopher Alexander and similar community-planning ideas of people like Peter Calthorpe further tempered the engineering-efficiency tone of Fuller's ideas.
The Columbian Exchange also known as the Grand Exchange was a dramatically widespread exchange of animals, plants, culture, human populations ( including slaves ), communicable disease, and ideas between the Western and Eastern Hemispheres following the voyage to the Americas by Christopher Columbus in 1492.
Kernighan and Ritchie developed m4 in 1977, basing it on the ideas of Christopher Strachey.
Many of them were based on the ideas of Christopher Hutton.
* Vignaud, H. ( 1902 ) Toscanelli and Columbus: The letter and chart of Toscanelli on the route to the Indies by way of the west, sent in 1474 to the Portuguese, Ferman Martins, and later on to Christopher Columbus ; a critical study on the authenticity and value of these documents and the sources of the cosmographical ideas of Columbus, followed by the various texts of the letter.
" It introduced a number of topics and works by authors including, " The Gaia hypothesis, watershed consciousness, voluntary simplicity, personal computers, the flat tax, the effects of chemicals on the human gene pool ; the ideas and stories of Amory Lovins, John Todd, Christopher Alexander, Donella Meadows, beat poets Lawrence Ferlinghetti and Michael McClure ( who edited an issue ), Paul Ehrlich, Ken Kesey, Gary Snyder, R. Crumb, Mary Catherine Bateson, Gregory Bateson, Admiral Hyman Rickover, James Baldwin, Sallie Tisdale, Ivan Illich, Paul Hawken, Kevin Kelly, Howard Rheingold, Anne Herbert.
Produced by Paramount for the NBC Network, Roddenberry s original 1964 pilot for Star Trek, called " The Cage " and starring Jeffrey Hunter as Captain Christopher Pike, was regarded as being too intellectual and slow-moving by the network: however, they had sufficient faith in the ideas behind the program to commission a second pilot, which replaced the character of Pike and all but one of the rest of his crew with the new crew commanded by Captain James T. Kirk, played by William Shatner.
Echo had originally planned to release " Proof " as a single to promote the second album, but after agreeing on artwork and a track listing ( and commissioning a video featuring Christopher Eccleston, directed by Krishna Stott ), the label shelved these ideas and subsequently issued the single as a download only ( though a few copies were issued in Europe on the PIAS imprint ).
Exclusivism is the practice of being exclusive ; mentality characterized by the disregard for opinions and ideas other than one's own, or the practice of organizing entities into groups by excluding those entities which possess certain traits like Christopher Columbus.
He was approached by then Doctor Who script editor Christopher H. Bidmead to submit some ideas to the series on the strength of a recommendation from the senior drama script editor at BBC Radio.
Supervised by Ian Hodder, at university Parker Pearson was a contemporary of Sheena Crawford, Daniel Miller, Henrietta Moore, Christopher Tilley and Alice Welbourn ; these students adopted Hodder's structuralist ideas, then a pioneering part of the post-processualist current within archaeological theory.

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