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Farrell's big break came in 1975 when Wayne Rogers unexpectedly departed M * A * S * H at the end of the third season.
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Lescroart wrote A Certain Justice before Guilt, and in the course of writing it, he came up with Wes Farrell's account of the trial that made him lose faith in the law.
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Farrell's engagement with the Kennedy Center began in 1993 and 1994, when the Center offered two series of ballet master classes for students with Farrell.
Cragen is reluctant to cooperate in the investigation against O ' Farrell, but when District Attorney Adam Schiff ( Steven Hill ) applies pressure by calling for his indictment, Cragen agrees to wear a wire during conversations with O ' Farrell, ultimately leading to O ' Farrell's arrest.
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His other notable made-for-television film roles include: Lieutenant Dorfrichter in M. Fagyas's Austro-Hungarian pre-war mystery The Devil's Lieutenant ( 1983 ); Rakitin in Turgenev's A Month in the Country ( 1985 ) opposite Eleanor Bron ; Kyril in the spy thriller Codename: Kyril ( 1988 ) opposite Edward Woodward, Richard E. Grant, and Peter Vaughan ; and the protagonist Major Brendan Archer in the faithful screen adaptation of J. G. Farrell's Booker Award-winning Troubles ( 1988 ), opposite Ian Richardson.
He has introduced new editions of Rudyard Kipling's Kim ( Modern Library ), E. M. Forster's A Passage to India ( Penguin Classics ), and J. G. Farrell's The Siege of Krishnapur ( NYRB Classics ).
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Farrell's next American films, American Outlaws ( 2001 ) and Hart's War ( 2002 ), were not commercially successful, but his 2003 films, including Phone Booth, S. W. A. T., and The Recruit, the latter his first starring role, were well-received as well as box office successes.
He spent the summer reading and rereading James T. Farrell's “ Studs Lonigan ,” John Steinbeck ’ s “ Grapes of Wrath ” and John Dos Passos ’ s “ U. S. A .,” and he began, or so he claimed, to set himself a daily quota of 3, 000 words of his own, on the theory that this was the way to get bad writing out of his system.
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In October 2011, the new Premier Barry O ' Farrell announced that the Governor, now Marie Bashir, had agreed with O ' Farrell's offer to move back into Government House: " A lot of people believe the Governor should live at Government House.
However, in October 2011, the new Premier Barry O ' Farrell announced that the Bashir had agreed with O ' Farrell's offer to move back into Government House: " A lot of people believe the Governor should live at Government House.
The new lineup of Jane's Addiction made their debut, performing at singer Perry Farrell's 51st birthday celebration, at Les Deux in Los Angeles, California on March 30.
To keep the two straight, the director of the production gave Terkel the nickname Studs after the fictional character about whom Terkel was reading at the time — Studs Lonigan, of James T. Farrell's trilogy.
Those who completed the sundae without assistance of dining companions were asked to stand before the dining room and shout, in a loud voice, " I made a pig of myself at Farrell's ", after which the other diners would cheer, and a ribbon would be awarded in recognition of the accomplishment.
In April 2009, the original lineup of Farrell, Perkins, DiStefano, and LeNoble performed at Farrell's 50th birthday party.
When she decided to leave the show at the end of the sixth season, Paramount was forced to kill off Farrell's " host " character ( though continuing the " symbiont " character in a new Dax host, played by Nicole DeBoer ).
The site is now occupied by Sir Terry Farrell's new building at 2 Marsham Street, which the Home Office first occupied in February 2005.
Farrell's Bar & Grill, also at 16th Street & Prospect Park West, is an old and famous institution ( as seen in the film Pollock with Ed Harris ), and used as a standard bar backdrop in many other film sequences.
While Bill Wyman and Charlie Watts took tea at Mrs. Farrell's eating house, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Brian Jones nipped across the street to Barry's Bar for slightly stronger refreshments before they set off for the city.
Farrell's contact doesn't show up for their scheduled meeting at the Crusader castle at Karak, although Emily does find a dead body there.
Ironically, that same campaign O ' Farrell's former team-mates at West Ham finished as Second Division Champions, at last securing their promotion to First Division, the goal he had strived so hard to help achieve.
The Uí Fhearghail went on to become Princes of the territory of Anghaile ( Annaly ), roughly corresponding to present day County Longford, their chieftain sitting at Longphort Uí Fhearghail ( O ' Farrell's stronghold ), present day Longford town.
Kerins had previously left papers and guns hidden at Kathleen Farrell's house in the Dublin suburb of Rathmines.
On the 100th anniversary of Farrell's birth, Norman Mailer was a panelist at the New York Public Library's " James T. Farrell Centenary Celebration " on February 25, 2004 along with Pete Hamill, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. and moderator Donald Yannella.
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Her character is killed by Gul Dukat during the sixth season finale ( due to Terry Farrell's desire to pursue a role on the upcoming TV Show Becker with Ted Danson ).
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In early May 2007, bassist Peter Hook was interviewed by British radio station XFM – originally to talk about his contribution to the debut album of former Jane's Addiction singer Perry Farrell's new band Satellite Party saying that "[...] me and Bernard aren't working together.
* Warren Farrell vs. Susan Faludi Critical examination of the differences and similarities of Faludi's " Stiffed " and Farrell's " Women Can ’ t Hear What Men Don ’ t Say "
Farrell's claims on gender relations have attracted the interest of English academic Rory Ridley-Duff, who has integrated Farrell's perspectives into curriculum materials, academic papers and a book and developed Attraction Theory to capture the gendering dynamics implicit in Farrell's work.
Farrell and Avery bonded over a mutual appreciation for Joy Division and The Velvet Underground and began to practice together, even though Avery never did become a full-fledged member of Farrell's disintegrating group.
The new band was dubbed " Jane's Addiction " in honor of Farrell's housemate, Jane Bainter, who was addicted to drugs.
After his escorts quarrel after killing Farrell, Jim manages to escape and notices the contrail of a jet aircraft flying high overhead, which largely confirms Farrell's theory.
" Elvis Mitchell of the New York Times criticized Farrell's accent, writing that he " employ a wobbly American accent that makes him sound like an international criminal a step ahead of the authorities.
2006 brought more success in Farrell's career, as he appeared opposite Jamie Foxx in Michael Mann's action-crime film Miami Vice.
Farrell's next film, Martin McDonagh's first full-length feature In Bruges, which Time called " the prettiest bloodbath of 2008 ," opened the 2008 Sundance Film Festival.
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When all has been said, however, the big branch store remains a major break with history in the development of American retailing.
Freelance writers and authors who aspire to be the next Stephen King and Dan Brown are known to submit manuscripts of their latest literary creations hoping for their big break are only to be bombarded with numerous rejection letters from major publishing houses.
Around the all-star break they made their second big trade sending OF Cliff Floyd to the Expos for RHP Carl Pavano, RHP Justin Wayne, INF Mike Mordecai, LHP Graeme Lloyd, RHP Don Levinski and INF Wilton Guerrero.
Such " big battalion " operations may be needed to break up significant guerrilla concentrations and split them into small groups where combined civic-police action can control them.
A re-recorded version of Saturday Night peaked at number 35 in the Billboard Hot 100, but the big break Brood hoped for didn't happen.
As recounted in the short story " The Adventurous Exploit of the Cave of Ali Baba ", in December 1927 Wimsey faked his own death, supposedly while hunting big game in Tanganyika, in order to penetrate and break up a particularly dangerous and well-organised criminal gang.
Even when Superman was depowered after the Battle of Metropolis and remained out of sight for a year, the only thing Luthor accomplished in that time was the self-sabotaged ' Everyman ' project, where " found a big destructive machine so could break things ", claiming that Superman drove him to it.
His big break came when he directed the Grammy-nominated concert video 9012Live for the rock band Yes in 1985.
According to legend, Scrabble's big break came in 1952 when Jack Straus, president of Macy's, played the game on vacation.
At 6 ′ 3 ″ and 245 pounds, Taylor was big enough to break through the offensive lines of many teams, but he still had enough speed to chase down running backs.
Sondheim's big break came when he wrote the lyrics to West Side Story, lyricizing Leonard Bernstein's music and Arthur Laurents's book.
Debris slides generally start with big rocks that start at the top of the slide and begin to break apart as they slide towards the bottom.
Lauda was instantly quick but the team was in decline ; his big break came when his BRM team-mate Clay Regazzoni rejoined Ferrari in 1974 and team owner Enzo Ferrari asked him what he thought of Lauda.
For example, the Ford Excursion could net the company $ 18, 000, while they could not break even with the Ford Focus unless the buyer chose options, leading Detroit's big three automakers to focus on SUVs over small cars.
His big break came when he received top billing in the comedy spoof of spy movies Top Secret !, where he played an American rock and roll star.
Actor Nicolas Cage, born Nicolas Coppola, chose a new last name to avoid comparisons to his uncle, director Francis Ford Coppola, who gave him his big break in the movie Peggy Sue Got Married.
Jones ' big break came in 1962 when he was hired by Jet Harris and Tony Meehan of the successful British group The Shadows for a two-year stint.
His big break was getting cast in The Man with the Golden Gun in 1974, by which time he had become so poor he was living out of his car in Los Angeles.
His big theatrical break came in 1982, with Night Shift, featuring Michael Keaton, Shelley Long, and Henry Winkler.
Anita Page and Bessie Love play a vaudeville sister act who have come to New York for their big break on Broadway.
A big break came for Caine when he was cast as Meff in James Saunders ' Cockney comedy Next Time I'll Sing To You, when this play was presented at the New Arts Theatre in London on 23 January 1963.
Mulroney's big break came during the Cliche Commission in 1974, which was set up by Quebec premier Robert Bourassa to investigate the situation at James Bay, Canada's largest hydroelectric project.
To digest vegetable food, grouse have big crops and gizzards, eat grit to break up food, and have long intestines with well-developed caeca in which symbiotic bacteria digest cellulose.