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Described by its creator as " an average stone-age community ," Dogpatch mostly consists of hopelessly ramshackle log cabins, pine trees, " tarnip " fields and " hawg " wallows.
Described by Bowie as " Ziggy goes to America ", it contained songs he wrote while travelling to and across the United States during the earlier part of the Ziggy tour, which now continued to Japan to promote the new album.
Described as the linguistic approach to the treatment of expressive aphasia, treatment begins by emphasizing and educating patients on the thematic roles of words within sentences .< ref name =" TUF "> Thompson CK, Shapiro LP.
Described as the " Maestro's spiritual testament ” by his biographer Tullio Kezich, excerpts culled from the conversations later served as the basis of their feature documentary, Fellini: I'm a Born Liar ( 2002 ) and the book, I'm a Born Liar: A Fellini Lexicon.
Described by one source as a " determined, rather plodding organizer ", he failed to obtain a degree, but, according to the Jesuit priest, Father François Ponchaud, he acquired a taste for the classics of French literature as well as for the writings of Karl Marx.
Described another way, the signals transmitted by the control store are being played much like a player piano roll.
Described by historian Walter Goffart as " the bible of warfare throughout the Middle Ages ", De re militari was widely distributed through the Latin West.
Described by the Government as " The oldest military formation in the Republic, nominated in the statutes of 1295 ", its uniform is medieval in design, and although it is a statutory military unit, it has no actual military function today.
Described as a glam rock band, because of flamboyant costumes and make-up, Skyhooks addressed teenage issues including buying drugs (" Carlton ( Lygon Street Limbo )"), suburban sex (" Balwyn Calling "), the gay scene (" Toorak Cowboy ") and loss of girlfriends (" Somewhere in Sydney ") by namechecking Australian locales.
Described as " a typical New York butch " and " a dyke — stone butch ", she had been hit on the head by an officer with a billy club for, as one witness claimed, complaining that her handcuffs were too tight.
Described as a place of unending Springtime and a paradise of green plants, Tlalocan was the destination in the afterlife for those who died violently from phenomena associated with water, such as by lightning, drowning and water-borne diseases ( Miller and Taube, 1993 ).
Described by the first English ambassador to the Mughal court Sir Thomas Roe.
Described by many as about " the meaning of life " or " gender identification " or " the hollow existence of the American suburbs ", the film has defied categorization by even the filmmakers.
Described in detail by eyewitness Thomé Lopes and chronicler Gaspar Correia as one that is unequalled in cold-blooded cruelty, da Gama looted the ship with over 400 pilgrims on board including 50 women, locked in the passengers, the owner and an ambassador from Egypt and burnt them to death.
Described later by Friedrich List, it was designed to allow the fledgling American manufacturing sector, largely centered on the eastern seaboard, to compete with British manufacturing through the creation of tariffs.
Hydotherikornis oregonus ( Described by Miller in 1931 ), the oldest purported alcid from the Eocene of California, is actually a petrel ( as reviewed by Chandler in 1990 ) and is reassigned to the tubenoses ( Procellariiformes ).
Described by Mark Bowden in his investigative work Killing Pablo, the sicarios played a key role in the wave of violence against police and authorities during the early 1990s campaign by the government to capture and extradite fugitive drug lord Pablo Escobar and other partners in the Medellin cocaine cartel.
Described scientifically by English naturalist John Latham in 1790, the Black Swan was formerly placed into a monotypic genus, Chenopis.
Described by many today as one of America's more " historical cities ", Wilkes-Barre has gained considerable bad press ( although it is not a major nationally recognized location ) since the Knox Mine Disaster.
" Described by writer Johannes Jonsson as " slow black metal with influences from Nordic folk music ", it has been considered a category of folk metal.
* Pacal's sarcophagus lid: Described by Erich von Däniken as a depiction of a spaceship.

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Described as Grumpy Old Men meets Home Alone, the film stars Academy Award Nominee William Hickey, Carl Gordon, Victor Colicchio, Frank Gorshin, Donald McDonald, Sylva Gassel, Irma St. Paule, Pee Wee Love, Neil Ruddy, and the acting debut of Joey Buttafuoco.

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Publications from New Harmony's press include William Maclure's Essay on the Formation of Rocks, or an Inquiry into the Probably Origin of their Present Form and Structure and Observations on the Geology of the West India Islands ; from Barbadoes to Santa Cruz, Inclusive, both published in 1832 ; Thomas Say's Description of New Species of North American Insects, and Observations on Some of the Species Already Described ; Descriptions of Some New Terrrestrial and Fluviatile Shells of North America ; and American Conchology, or Descriptions of the Shells of North America.
Described as " the New Hampshire Confession of Faith 1833, revised at certain points, and with some additional articles growing out of present needs ," it was intended as " a reaffirmation of Christian fundamentals ," which was deemed necessary because of " the prevalence of naturalism in the modern teaching and preaching of religion.
On 18 June 1916, an article " Hero of the Hour in Russia, Described Intimately by One Who Knows Him Well " by Brusilov's brother-in-law, Charles Johnson, appeared in the New York Times.
* Alfred Pierre – Described by Junger as, " An immense, kind Jamaican from New York City.
On 18 June 1916, an article " Hero of the Hour in Russia, Described Intimately by One Who Knows Him Well " by Brusilov's brother-in-law, Charles Johnson, appeared in the New York Times.
Including Several New Genera Described from His Cabinet '; Transactions Linnean Society London, 12: 375 – 453 ( 1818 ).
Described from Canada, New York, and New Jersey, North America.
Described as " a celebrated vision of New Zealand as heaven on earth ", the book was a great success in New Zealand.
Described as having the dash of " an Errol Flynn or a Keith Miller ", Newton served as a flying instructor in Australia before being posted to No. 22 Squadron, which began operating Boston light bombers in New Guinea late in 1942.
Described by the Los Angeles Times as " one of the best poets in the nation ," her 2009 book, Dearest Creature, was named one of the notable books of the year by the New York Times.
Described as " city symphony ", the eleven-minute European style film recorded a Bronx street in New York City before it is crowded with traffic.
" Phragmipedium peruvianum, The Most Glorious New Phragmipedium Species in Two Decades is Described ", 2002, Orchids 71, no.
Described by Ensemble Studios as " an important support system to your efforts in the New World ," home cities helped provide the player with resources, equipment, troops, and upgrades.
Described as ' New Temple of Resurgent India ' by Jawaharlal Nehru, the first prime minister of India, the dam attracts tourists from all over India.
Described as “ one of New Zealand ’ s finest songwriters ” and “ a true son of the Pacific ”, he won the Senior Pacific Artist award in 2005 for his contribution to the Pacific Arts.
In their book Cults and New Religions, Douglas E. Cowan and David G. Bromley describe the Sea Org writing, " Described by the Church as ' a fraternal religious order ,' members of the Sea Org ' occupy the most essential and trusted positions in the senior churches in the Scientology hierarchy '.
Described in the New York Times as ' the king of garage rock ', Billy and Thee Headcoats actually grew out of the British punk scene of the 1970s ( both Billy and Bruce Brand playing in The Pop Rivets and The Milkshakes ).
' Described most recently as “ art-rock installation paratroopers ” and “ a studied form of New Wave anarchism ” by Flash Art, a “ Performance Galaxy ” by Vanity Fair, “ Super hard, incredibly fast and overall inspiring ” by Thrasher, “ more accessible than other bands of its genre ” by the New Yorker, andthe best band ever, straight up ” by Tokion.

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Described in 2003 as a " cold-blooded, scientific " leader, cricket columnist of The Times Simon Barnes noted that " Waugh wants to defeat you personally.
Described in 1997 by The Times columnist Matthew Parris as a " classic House of Commons bore ", his speeches were compared by Labour MP Stephen Pound with " root canal surgery without anaesthetic ", but Parris added in 2001 " You underestimate him at your peril.
Described by Alexander Cockburn in The Sunday Times as a ' manly epic ', and by Hugh Thomson in The Daily Telegraph as a book that ' will stand as the definitive single-volume work on the subject ',.
Described by The Straits Times in 2008 as a ' cult classic '.
Described by The Times as lightly bow-legged, with a wonderful eye, wrists the envy of any batsman, and feet always the right place to play a shot, Richie Benaud stated that many Australians who saw Weekes in action said he was the closest batsman in style to the pre-World War II Donald Bradman.

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