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Gallop and 2001
* Gallop, Alan ( 2001 ) Buffalo Bill's British Wild West, Stroud: Sutton, ISBN 0-7509-2702-X
At the February 2001 state election, Gallop led the Labor Party to victory, taking 13 seats from the Liberals on a seven-percent swing -- the largest swing against a sitting government in the state since 1911.
Following the Liberals ' February 2001 State election loss by Richard Court to Geoff Gallop, Bishop was mooted as a possible contender for the leader of the state opposition.
It was announced on 29 November 2001 by the Premier of Western Australia, Dr Geoff Gallop.
When the Gallop Labor government was elected in 2001, she served as a parliamentary secretary until 2005, when she was appointed as Local Government Minister.
In February 2001, the Gallop Labor government was elected.

Gallop and After
The other Rutherford films ( all directed by George Pollock ) were Murder at the Gallop ( 1963 ), based on the 1953 Hercule Poirot novel After the Funeral ( In this film, she is identified as Miss JTV Marple, though there was no indication as to what the extra initials might stand for ); Murder Most Foul ( 1964 ), based on the 1952 Poirot novel Mrs McGinty's Dead ; and Murder Ahoy!
After David Gallop, the CEO of the NRL, and Channel Nine contributed money and a promise of a commentary position after his career finished, Johns finally decided to stay in league, ending months of speculation and debate.
After the Liberal Party under Colin Barnett was defeated at the 2005 elections by the Labor Party government of Geoff Gallop, Barnett resigned.
After being promised in 1993, 1996, 1998 and 2000 by the Court government ( Liberal – National ), construction began under the Gallop government ( Labor ) in 2004 with the aim of reducing peak demand at the nearby Warwick and Whitfords stations.

Gallop and game
Tecmo is best known for the Star Force, Dead or Alive, Ninja Gaiden, Deception, Monster Rancher, Rygar, Tecmo Bowl, Fatal Frame, Tōkidenshō Angel Eyes and Gallop Racer video game series.
Gallop is especially known for his role in the creation of the X-COM video game series.

Gallop and I
* Alan Gallop ( 2004 ) Mr Stanley, I presume – the life and explorations of Henry Morton Stanley, Sutton
Her other film roles included the Queen of Hearts in Alice in Wonderland ( 1972 ), Livia in the abortively-attempted I, Claudius ( 1937 ), Miss Milchrest in Murder at the Gallop ( 1963 ).
The show helped revive and maintain interest in novelty hits from the 1950s and 1960s that received scant airplay on mainstream pop or oldies radio stations, including " Alley Oop " by the Hollywood Argyles, " The Ballad of Irving " by Frank Gallop, " The Battle of Kookamonga " by Homer and Jethro, " Monster Mash " by Bobby " Boris " Pickett, " Hello Muddah, Hello Faddah ( A Letter from Camp )" by Allan Sherman, " I Want My Baby Back " by Jimmy Cross, and " They're Coming to Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa!

Gallop and how
In addition, 5, 000 people, including the state's premier Dr Geoff Gallop, attended a rally at Subiaco Oval, organised by two rugby mothers " the Scrum Mums " ( Jennifer Hoskins and Irma Cooper ) to show how much the people of Western Australia wanted the franchise.

Gallop and felt
He was inspired by hearing his mother practising the piano in the evenings – mostly works by Chopin and Beethoven – and composed his first piano composition at the age of five, an ' Indian Gallop ', which was written down by his mother: this was in the Lydian mode ( a major scale with a raised 4th scale degree ) as the young Prokofiev felt ' reluctance to tackle the black notes '.

Gallop and after
Legowelt began producing music when in the early 1990s after he came in contact with the sounds of Detroit's Underground Resistance, Model 500, Blake Baxter ( probably his all-time favourite producer ) and Chicago heroes such as Farley Jackmaster Funk, Armando Gallop and Mr. Fingers.
The aboriginal settlement that he presided over was closed by order of WA Premier Geoff Gallop after the suicide of a young girl living in the camp.

Gallop and Apocalypse
In the so-called Age of Apocalypse, Proudstar provided safe passage to Avalon through the Infernal Gallop.

Gallop and .
* June 15 – Sallie Gardner at a Gallop, the first motion picture ever made was recorded on this day.
Others in the cast were announcer Frank Gallop, Pert Kelton, Mary Schipp, Jack Albertson, Arthur Q. Bryan, Ed Begley and Brazilian singer Dick Farney.
His last radio series was The Texaco Star Theater, which began September 22, 1948 on ABC and continued until June 15, 1949, with Berle heading the cast of Stang, Kelton and Gallop, along with Charles Irving, Kay Armen, and double-talk specialist Al Kelly.
On the other hand, feminist theorists such as Juliet Mitchell, Nancy Chodorow, Jessica Benjamin, Jane Gallop, Bracha Ettinger, Shoshana Felman, Griselda Pollock and Jane Flax have argued that psychoanalytic theory is vital to the feminist project and must, like other theoretical traditions, be adapted by women to free it from vestiges of sexism ( i. e. being censored ).
Others, such as Judith Butler, Bracha Ettinger and Jane Gallop have used Lacanian work, though in a critical way, to develop gender theory.
The study is called Sallie Gardner at a Gallop or The Horse in Motion ; it shows images of the horse with all feet off the ground.
Early conservationists Myles Dunphy and Herb Gallop went on bushwalks in the region from 1912 onwards.
Events included the crowning of " Miss Toquatennial " ( entants limited to women who would be seniors at the high school ), a " Medallion Hunt ", softball tournament, a Sunday evening ice cream social and drag competition ( an apparent parade of past Miss Toquatennials ), two street dances ( a free " kiddie " dance on Friday night, and the Graceville Volunteer Fire Department Fundraiser dance on Saturday night ), and the Saturday morning " Graceville Gallop ", a six kilometer walk / run event that circles Toqua Lake.
Events include a 10-kilometer race around Lake Okabena, the King Turkey Day parade through the streets of downtown, and the most popular event known as the Great Gobbler Gallop.
The Great Gobbler Gallop is a road race between two turkeys down 10th street in Worthington.
The next year, 1973, Cuero sent a turkey and a delegation of handlers to Worthington, to be pitted against a Worthington bird in what was billed as the Great Gobbler Gallop on Worthington ’ s 10th Street.
, members of the Chatham Township Committee are Mayor Nicole Hagner, Deputy Mayor Robert Gallop, Bailey Brower, Jr., Kevin R. Tubbs, Katherine Abbott.
On 14 August 2005, the 60th anniversary of V-P Day, a bronze statue of Curtin in front of Fremantle Town Hall was unveiled by Premier of Western Australia Geoff Gallop.
The album's title track was released as Simple Minds ' first single and reached No. 62 in the UK Gallop charts, with the album itself putting in a more respectable performance at No. 30 in the LP charts.
By August 1947, a Gallop Poll indicated that 9 out of 10 Americans had heard of flying saucers.
Geoffrey Ian Gallop, AC ( born 27 September 1951 ) is an Australian academic and former politician.
Gallop was born in Geraldton and joined the Australian Labor Party in 1971.
and Gallop was a groomsman at Blair's 1980 wedding.
Before entering state politics, Gallop worked as a tutor and lecturer at both Murdoch University and The University of Western Australia, and was a City Councillor at Fremantle from 1983 to 1986.
Gallop was elected to the Western Australian Legislative Assembly for the seat of Victoria Park in 1986.

wrote and 2001
In addition to his novels, Campbell also wrote a column for X Ray Magazine in 2001, an issue of the popular comic series The Hire, comic book adaptations of his Man With The Screaming Brain and most recently he wrote the introduction to Josh Becker's The Complete Guide To Low Budget Feature Film Making.
The linguist Jorma Koivulehto wrote ( 2001 ) of the annual Finnish Kekri celebration having borrowed the word from early Indo-Aryan.
Additionally, following the September 11, 2001 attacks, the United States Government wrote to the European Union opposing the project, arguing that it would end the ability of the United States to shut down satellite navigation in times of military operations.
Connick wrote the score for Susan Stroman's Broadway musical Thou Shalt Not, based on Émile Zola's novel Thérèse Raquin, in 2000 ; it premiered in 2001.
In a January 2001 article in Psychology Today Harvard psychologist Deirdre Barrett wrote:
In a July 2001 article for Scientific American titled " The Truth and the Hype of Hypnosis ", Michael Nash wrote:
The 2001 Census recorded 50, 320 Irish-born in Australia, although this is a minimal figure as it only includes those who wrote in " Ireland " or " Republic of Ireland " as their country of birth.
In 2001, Michael Behe wrote: " here is an asymmetry between my current definition of irreducible complexity and the task facing natural selection.
Bakker's son, Jay, wrote in 2001 that the Bakkers felt betrayed by Falwell, whom they thought, at the time of Bakker's resignation, intended to help in Bakker's eventual restoration as head of the PTL ministry organization.
Carlos Be wrote a play about Orton and Halliwell's last days, Noel Road 25: A Genius Like Us, first performed in 2001.
Cozy Baker ( d. October 19, 2010 )— founder of The Brewster Kaleidoscope Society — collected kaleidoscopes and wrote books about many of the artists making them in the 1970s through 2001.
In a 2001 retrospective review of " Forever Changes ," Andrew Cowen of The Birmingham Post ( UK ) wrote, " This 1967 masterpiece ... is the nearest the Americans came to having their own ' Sgt Pepper ' and, in true American style, it was largely overlooked by the mainstream audience which, at the time, was hanging on every note played by The Beatles.
Wendy McElroy, an individualist feminist, wrote in 2001 that some feminists " have redefined the view of the movement of the opposite sex " as " a hot anger toward men seems to have turned into a cold hatred.
In 2001 and 2002 Whitehouse wrote and performed in two series of the BBC comedy drama Happiness, in which he played a voice-over actor with a mid-life crisis.
Jenkins wrote 19 books, including a biography of Gladstone ( 1995 ), which won the 1995 Whitbread Award for Biography, and a much-acclaimed biography of Winston Churchill ( 2001 ).
* Nathaniel Rochester ( computer scientist ) ( 1919 – 2001 ), designed the IBM 701, wrote the first assembler and participated in the founding of the field of artificial intelligence
Hell at home in the East Village, Manhattan | East Village, 2008In 1996 Hell wrote a novel, Go Now, that was drawn largely from his own experience, and released a collection of short pieces ( poems, essays and drawings ) called Hot and Cold in 2001.
* Benjamin Zephaniah wrote a poem titled " Biko The Greatness ", included in Zephaniah's 2001 collection, Too Black, Too Strong.
In November 2001, Taliban, Al-Qaeda combatants and ISI operatives were safely evacuated from Kunduz on Pakistan Army cargo aircraft to Pakistan Air Force bases in Chitral and Gilgit in Pakistan's Northern Areas in what has been dubbed the " Airlift of Evil " Former Pakistani president Pervez Musharraf wrote in his memoirs that Richard Armitage, the former US deputy secretary of state, said Pakistan would be " bombed back to the stone-age " if it continued to support the Taliban, although Armitage has since denied using the " stone age " phrase.
In June 2001, a day before the execution, McVeigh wrote a letter to the Buffalo News identifying as agnostic.
On April 26, 2001, he wrote a letter to Fox News, I Explain Herein Why I Bombed the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, which explicitly laid out his reasons for the attack.
Within days of the September 11 attacks in 2001, Perutz wrote to British Prime Minister Tony Blair, appealing to him not to respond with military force: " I am alarmed by the American cries for vengeance and concerned that President Bush's retaliation will lead to the death of thousands more innocent people, driving us into a world of escalating terror and counter-terror.
In his 2001 undergraduate commencement address, university president William R. Brody said about the name: " In 1888, just 12 years after the university was founded, Mark Twain wrote about this university in a letter to a friend.
Arthur C. Clarke wrote 2001: A Space Odyssey while staying at the Chelsea, and poets Allen Ginsberg, and Gregory Corso chose it as a place for philosophical and intellectual exchange.

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