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Gordon infiltrates one of the Combine's footholds on Earth, City 17's Citadel, and destroys it by detonating its Dark Energy Reactor.
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For example, at least one El Borak in which the protagonist infiltrates the City of the assassins was rewritten with Conan replacing Francis Xavier Gordon and a supernatural element added.
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Although there are seven other types of annual awards presented by the Academy ( the Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award, the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award, the Gordon E. Sawyer Award, the Scientific and Engineering Award, the Technical Achievement Award, the John A. Bonner Medal of Commendation, and the Student Academy Award ) plus two awards that are not presented annually ( the Special Achievement Award in the form of an Oscar statuette and the Honorary Award that may or may not be in the form of an Oscar statuette ), the best known one is the Academy Award of Merit more popularly known as the Oscar statuette.
* The role of Jim Gordon in Batman Year One being one of the few who doubts that Batman is a threat and is replaced at first by Ethan Bennett.
Later in the season finale of Season 2, Gordon came to the show as one of the few people who believes in Batman.
Robby Gordon is one of NASCAR's few remaining owner-drivers, but he is most famous for his numerous off-road championships and his 3 Baja 1000 wins.
The Falcons reached the Broncos 26-yard line on their ensuing drive, but Gordon intercepted another pass and returned this one 50 yards to the Atlanta 48-yard line.
The island also appears briefly in one of the chapters of Verne's novel The Sphinx of the Ice Fields, which he wrote as an unathorized sequel to Poe's The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket.
Saul was one of his mother's four brothers, as well as a former semi-pro baseball player who had pitched against Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, and Joe Gordon in an exhibition game.
It was reported in February 2009 that Leonardo DiCaprio was looking to produce one, then in 2011 MGM Studios were said to be planning a reboot with Seth Gordon signed on to direct although no writers or cast were yet on board.
Gordon Chappell, Regional Historian for the Park Service, claims that this depot building is one of only three log-cabin-style train stations currently standing, out of fourteen ever built in the U. S. The depot is the northern terminus of the Grand Canyon Railway which begins in Williams, Arizona.
James M. Buchanan and Gordon Tullock coauthored The Calculus of Consent: Logical Foundations of Constitutional Democracy ( 1962 ), considered one of the landmark works that founded the discipline of public choice theory.
His social network included Edward Deeds, another prominent Ohioan of the early aviation industry, and Frederick's brother Gordon Rentschler, both of whom were on the board of Niles Bement Pond, then one of the largest machine tool corporations in the world.
He was one of several goalkeepers ( Gordon West of Everton was another ) who specialised in a one-armed throw which could achieve a similar distance to a drop kick.
But Irving's production clearly evoked strong emotions: one spectator, Gordon Crosse, wrote of the first entrance of Lear, " a striking figure with masses of white hair.
Bishop Robert Gordon, a staunch Jacobite whose house in Theobald's Row was one of Charles's safe-houses for the visit is the most likely to have performed the communion, and a chapel in Gray's Inn was suggested as the venue as early as 1788 Magazine, 1788.
At present, the English is one of the most popular and elegant sporting breeds, often grouped with its cousins, the Irish and Gordon Setters.
" Gordon Veneklasen, one of the gallery's directors in 1995 described Van Vliet as an " incredible painter " whose work " doesn't really look like anybody else's work but his own.
On July 19, 1879, Holliday and his business partner, former deputy marshal John Joshua Webb, were seated in their saloon in Las Vegas, New Mexico when former U. S. Army scout Mike Gordon got into a loud argument with one of the saloon girls whom he wanted to take with him.
The only addition with no professional acting experience was the Holmfirth resident Gordon Wharmby, who performed so well during his audition as mechanic Wesley Pegden that Alan J. W. Bell cast him in one episode.
Although many of these guest appearances would last for only one episode, some led to a permanent role on the show, as in the cases of Gordon Wharmby, Thora Hird, Jean Alexander, Stephen Lewis, Dora Bryan, Keith Clifford, Brian Murphy, Josephine Tewson, June Whitfield, Barbara Young, and Trevor Bannister.
The account of Peter Nasarski alias Aurich has been called by Harry Gordon one of the most thorough German accounts ; his work is however generally rejected in Poland, perhaps because he indiscriminately used witness statements collected by Nazi officials.
Allen talked to cinematographer Gordon Willis about how fun it would be to shoot the film in black and white, Panavision aspect ratio ( 2. 35: 1 ) because it would give " a great look at New York City, which is sort of one of the characters in the film ".
In jazz one could cite a first wave of experimenters associated with bebop, such as Charlie Parker, Thelonious Monk, Dexter Gordon, and Bud Powell, and then a second wave associated with free jazz, including Ornette Coleman, Eric Dolphy, Cecil Taylor, Albert Ayler, and the later recordings of John Coltrane.
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On 10 September 2009, following an Internet campaign, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown made an official public apology on behalf of the British government for " the appalling way he was treated ".
In Robert Heinlein's novel Glory Road, the hero, Scar Gordon, reads a book of magic by Albertus Magnus and comments on love magic involving a wolf's burned hair.
Reprinted on pp. 92 – 119 in Bell, C. Gordon and Newell, Allen ( 1971 ), Computer Structures: Readings and Examples, McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York.
* Gordon, David L. A. ( 1997 ) Battery Park City: Politics and Planning on the New York Waterfront, Gordon and Breach Publishers
* The concluding scene where Batman and Gordon are on top of the police headquarters continues, to an extent, the final page of the graphic novel where newly promoted Jim Gordon waits for Batman to arrive.
According to Sub-Lieutenant Gordon Steele: " Wegener ran to a cabin on the upper deck -- I later found out it was Manning's bathroom.
One of the earliest articulations of the anthropological meaning of the term " culture " came from Sir Edward Tylor who writes on the first page of his 1897 book: “ Culture, or civilization, taken in its broad, ethnographic sense, is that complex whole which includes knowledge, belief, art, morals, law, custom, and any other capabilities and habits acquired by man as a member of society .” The term " civilization " later gave way to definitions by V. Gordon Childe, with culture forming an umbrella term and civilization becoming a particular kind of culture.
The album, titled Pretty on the Inside, was released in August 1991 on Caroline Records, produced by Gordon and Gumball's Don Fleming.
In the story Tony Gordon escapes from prison to seek vengeance on his enemies, culminating in the dramatic explosion of Underworld.
Computer controlled music is also found in the performance pieces by the Canadian composer Udo Kasemets such as the Marce ( ntennia ) l Circus C ( ag ) elebrating Duchamp ( 1987 ), a realization of the Marcel Duchamp process piece Erratum Musical using an electric model train to collect a hopper-car of stones to be deposited on a drum wired to an Analog: Digital converter, mapping the stone impacts to a score display ( performed in Toronto by pianist Gordon Monahan during the 1987 Duchamp Centennial ), or his installations and performance works ( e. g. Spectrascapes ) based on his Geo ( sono ) scope ( 1986 ) 15x4-channel computer-controlled audio mixer.
A mid-1980s debate about apologetic methodology between Ronald Enroth and J. Gordon Melton, led the latter to place more emphasis in his publications on differentiating the Christian countercult from the secular anti-cult.
In the final lap of the 2001 Cracker Barrel Old Country Store 500, Harvick beat Jeff Gordon by. 006 seconds, the same margin that Earnhardt had won over Bobby Labonte at the same race a year prior, and the images of Earnhardt's longtime gas man, Danny " Chocolate " Myers, crying after the victory, Harvick's tire-smoking burnout on the frontstretch with three fingers held aloft outside the driver's window, and the Fox television call by Mike Joy, Larry McReynolds, and Darrell Waltrip, concluding with " Gordon got loose, but he ( Harvick ) is gonna get him though, it's Harvick!
During this time, he was romantically involved with Kim Gordon, who would later go on to form Sonic Youth.
* Margaret Maria Gordon ( 1823 – 1907 ) wrote a book on Brewster, which is considered the most comprehensive description of his life.
Astronauts on the next three Gemini flights ( Eugene Cernan, Michael Collins and Richard Gordon ), performed several EVAs, but none was able to successfully work for long periods outside the spacecraft without tiring and overheating.
Arden's character clashed with the school's principal, Osgood Conklin ( played by Gale Gordon ), and nursed an unrequited crush on fellow teacher Philip Boynton ( played originally by future film star Jeff Chandler and, on television, by Robert Rockwell ).
Except for Chandler, the entire radio cast of Arden, Gordon, Richard Crenna ( Walter Denton ), Gloria McMillan ( Harriet Conklin ), and Jane Morgan ( landlady Margaret Davis ) played the same roles on television.
Among the more than two dozen exhibitors who attended the first meeting held in New York on April 25, 1917, were Frederick Dahnken of the Turner and Dahnken Circuit in San Francisco, Harry O. Schwalbe of Philadelphia, Samuel Roxy Rothafel of New York, Earl H. Hulsey of Dallas and Nathan H. Gordon of Boston.