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From the up-tempo Latin groove of “ Evanly ” with its vocal out chorus ; the mid tempo swing of “ No Way LA ” & “ Ten Minutes To Twelve ”; the Lunceford-like band vocals on “ Stompin ’ @ The Savoy ” & “ It Don ’ t Mean a Thing ( If It Ain ’ t Got that Swing )”; to Hamilton ’ s vocalizing on “ Every Time I Smile ”; the pastoral melodic beauty of “ You ’ re Note Alone ”; the up-tempo funk of “ Black Eyed Peas ”; and the bossa funkiness of “ Foot Prints in the Sand ” with its starkly beautiful vocal out chorus-every track is like turning a page in a book that ’ s holding you on the edge of your seat, your rapt attention dying to know what ’ s next to be revealed.
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Commercial pop songs that matched the up-tempo beat of the stompers were also played at some venues, including The Ron Grainer Orchestra ’ s instrumental " Theme From Joe 90 " at Wigan Casino and The Just Brothers ’ surf-guitar song " Sliced Tomatoes " at Blackpool Mecca.
From 1969 until 1971 ( when cigarette advertising on television became prohibited ), television advertising was an important component ; the commercials would begin with actors dressed in period costumes re-enacting the early 20th century anecdotes in comedic fashion, followed by a glamorous modern-day model, smoking the product while proudly dressed in the latest fashions, accompanied by " You've Come A Long Way, Baby ", which in the commercials was an up-tempo, catchy pop-rock jingle:
From and Latin
From Latin animātiō, " the act of bringing to life "; from animō (" to animate " or " give life to ") +-ātiō (" the act of ").
From the early Middle Ages until after the Second Vatican Council the sacrament was administered, within the Latin Church, only when death was approaching and, in practice, bodily recovery was not ordinarily looked for, giving rise, as mentioned above to the name " Extreme Unction " ( i. e. final anointing ).
The Bronx's evolution from a hot bed of Latin jazz to an incubator of hip hop was the subject of an award-winning documentary, produced by City Lore and broadcast on PBS in 2006, " From Mambo to Hip Hop: A South Bronx Tale ".
From the Renaissance to the 19th century in Western culture, epitaphs for notable people became increasingly lengthy and pompous descriptions of their family origins, career, virtues and immediate family, often in Latin.
From the 11th century onwards, Latin translations of Islamic medical texts began to appear in the West, alongside the Salerno school of thought, and were soon incorporated into the curriculum at the universities of Naples and Montpellier.
The entry on cabullus in the Oxford Latin Dictionary ( Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1982, 1985 reprinting ), p. 246, does not give a probable origin, and merely compare Old Bulgarian kobyla and Old Russian komoń < sub > b </ sub >.</ ref > From caballus arose terms in the various Romance languages cognate to the ( French-derived ) English cavalier: Old Italian cavaliere, Italian cavallo, Spanish caballero, French chevalier, Portuguese cavaleiro, Romanian cavaler.
From 1849 – 52, the Mormons greatly expanded their missionary efforts, establishing several missions in Europe, Latin America, and the South Pacific.
From 1973 ( when construction began ) until 1982 ( when it ended ), gross domestic product grew more than 8 percent annually, double the rate for the previous decade and higher than growth rates in most other Latin American countries.
From the Latin pax, meaning " freedom from civil disorder ," the English word came into use in various personal greetings from c. 1300 as a translation of the Hebrew shalom.
* From Rumon or Rumen, archaic name of the Tiber, which in turn has the same root as the Greek verb ῥέω ( rhèo ) and the Latin verb ruo, which both mean " flow ";
From this came the Greek name drakon ( dragon ), the Arabic طرخونṭarkhūn, and the Latin name dracunculus ( little dragon ).
From Latin vacuum ( an empty space, void ) noun use of neuter of vacuus ( empty ) related to vacare ( be empty ).
From the guild control originated the term mystery play or mysteries, from the Latin misterium meaning " occupation " ( i. e. that of the guilds ).
From a very early date, British coins have been inscribed with the name of the ruler of the kingdom in which they were produced, and a longer or shorter title, always in Latin ; among the earliest distinctive English coins are the silver pennies of Offa of Mercia, which were inscribed with the legend " King Offa ".
From the 7th century, Greek became the predominant language in the Eastern Roman Empire's administration, Church and society, replacing Latin.
From the date of its dedication in 360 until 1453, it served as the Greek Patriarchal cathedral of Constantinople, except between 1204 and 1261, when it was converted to a Roman Catholic cathedral under the Latin Empire.
* From an Indo-European root, * eus-< * ewes-< *( a ) wes -, " shine " sense " the one who lightens ", through Latin or
From 1877 until 1948 reigning monarchs added the letter I to their signatures, for imperator or imperatrix ( emperor or empress in Latin ), due to their status as Emperor or Empress of India.
From approximately this point on, the Latin vernaculars began to be viewed as separate languages, developing local norms and, for some, orthographies of their own, so that Vulgar Latin must be regarded not as extinct – since all modern Romance varieties are its continuation – but as replaced conceptually and terminologically by multiple labels recognizing regional differences in linguistic features.
From and groove
: From time to time a strange vehicle drew near to the place where they stood — such a vehicle as the lady at the window, in spite of a considerable acquaintance with human inventions, had never seen before: a huge, low, omnibus, painted in brilliant colours, and decorated apparently with jingling bells, attached to a species of groove in the pavement, through which it was dragged, with a great deal of rumbling, bouncing, and scratching, by a couple of remarkably small horses.
From the deepest fibers of this lamina at its insertion an expansion is given off which lines the intertubercular groove, while from the lower border of the tendon a third expansion passes downward to the fascia of the arm.
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From 8 November 2001-24 March 2002, The British Museum had an exhibit named “ Agatha Christie and Archaeology: Mystery in Mesopotamia ”, which presented a fascinating look at the secret life of Agatha Christie and the influences of archaeology in her life and works.
From such a surrender, the dissolution of the body corporate ensues .” Nor does there seem to have been much question that by “ a judgment of forfeiture against a corporation itself, it may be dissolved .” However, Supreme Court Justice Wilson, lecturing in his unofficial capacity, at least, suggests his displeasure with the doctrine that corporate dissolution cannot be predicated “ by a judgment of ouster against individuals.
* Pulse-Project Audio Lecture: Dr. Octavian Buda on “ From Psychiatry in Dorpat to Eugenics in Munich: The late works of Emil Kraepelin .”
From the 12th to the 17th century “ handfasting ” in England referred to a ceremony, usually about a month prior to a church wedding, at which the marrying couple formally declared that each accepted the other as spouse.
From 1950 to 1955, Simon studied mathematical economics and during this time, together with David Hawkins, discovered and proved the Hawkins – Simon theorem on the “ conditions for the existence of positive solution vectors for input-output matrices.
And He is called Angel and Apostle ; for He declares whatever we ought to know, and is sent forth to declare whatever is revealed ; as our Lord Himself says, “ He that heareth Me, heareth Him that sent Me .” From the writings of Moses also this will be manifest ; for thus it is written in them, “ And the Angel of God spoke to Moses, in a flame of fire out of the bush, and said, I am that I am, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, the God of Jacob, the God of thy fathers ; go down into Egypt, and bring forth My people .” And if you wish to learn what follows, you can do so from the same writings ; for it is impossible to relate the whole here.
From 1919 to 1923, Limburg was the “ capital ” of a short-lived state called Free State Bottleneck ( or Freistaat Flaschenhals in German ) because it was the nearest unoccupied town to the Weimar Republic.
The Betans, on a hostile planet where they must live in domes, rely on industrial export ; they limit not only childbearing but also every kind of behavior that might be considered “ antisocial .” From their point of view, Barrayaran society is irrational and backwards, while the Barrayarans view them as undisciplined in every way, referring to a “ Betan vote ” as an obstacle to decision-making.
From the section entitled, “ General Devices for Lowering Morale and Creating Confusion ” comes the following quintessential simple sabotage advice: Act stupid.
Algernon, however, refuses his consent until Ernest explains why his cigarette case bears the inscription, “ From little Cecily, with her fondest love to her dear Uncle Jack .” John-Ernest is forced to admit to living a double life.
At their 2009 convention, the Freedom From Religion Foundation awarded the “ Emperor Has No Clothes ” award to Le Guin.
“ From Individual to Community: Becoming a Shaker at New Lebanon, 1780 – 1947 .” Communal Societies, Volume 11 ( 1991 ): 18 – 33.
Critic Henry Prunières wrote, “ From the opening measures, we are plunged into a world in which Ravel has but rarely introduced us .”
* From “ The Saga of Seven Suns ”, the majority of the human controlled worlds are run under the banner of an Earth-based trade organization called “ The Terran Hanseatic League .”
“ From Fournier to metric, and from lead to film ”, Quaerendo, Volume IX 2 & 4, Theatrum Orbis Terrarum Ltd., Amsterdam 1979.
From June 1960 until March 1961 he contributed a weekly strip, “ Brimstone Belcher ”, following the exploits of the titular journo ( a fore-runner of Private Eye ’ s Lunchtime O ’ Booze ), from bizarre skulduggery in the British colonies ( where the squaddies holding back the politicised rabble bear a strong resemblance to privates Rushton and Ingrams ), travelogues through the USA, and the hazards of by-electioneering as the independent candidate for the constituency of Gumboot North.
* “ The Man From Shemhaza ” in Thieves ' World: Enemies of Fortune ( 2004, edited by Lynn Abbey ), reprinted in Year's Best Fantasy 5 ( 2005, edited by David Hartwell and Kathryn Cramer )
From Davies ’ perspective the Tahitian were placed under detention at Tongatapu: “ The chief called Tupou would not let them proceed.
From Lake Baikal, “ they spread to the Amur and Okhotsk Sea … the Lena Basin … and the Yenisey Basin ” ( 623 ).
‘ From the “ Hegemony of the Eye ” to the “ Hierarchy of Perception ”: The Reconfiguration of Sound and Image in Terrence Malick ’ s Days of Heaven ’, Journal of Media Practice, 2: 1, 19-29