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The band rehearsed for six months, during which time Wolstencroft had been auditioning for other bands, and he left to join Terry Hall's band The Colourfield.
On July 22, 1948, Hall and 11 other Communist Party leaders were indicted under the Alien Registration Act, popularly called the Smith act, on charges of " conspiracy to teach and advocate the overthrow of the U. S. government by force and violence ," although his conviction was based on Hall's advocacy of Marxist thought.
On the other hand Hall's authorship was an open secret, and in 1642 John Milton used it to attack Hall ( during the Smectymnuus controversy ) by employing the argument that Utopia and New Atlantis had a constructive approach lacking in Mundus Alter.
David Addenbrooke wrote of Hall's belief that Shakespeare, more than any other dramatist, needed a ' style ', a tradition and unity of direction and acting.
Although County Hall's old council chamber is still intact, the building is unavailable for use by the GLA due to its conversion into, among other things, a luxury hotel, amusement arcade and aquarium.
What had been praised during Clarkson's tenure, however, was soon critiqued when it was revealed that into Jean's appointment, Rideau Hall's interpretation and exhibition planner, Fabienne Fusade, was removing from sight the portraits of Canada's past and present sovereigns and other members of the Royal Family, in order to fulfill Jean's wish to make the royal residence a showcase for Canadian art and give " a strong image of Canada "; the portrait by Jean Paul Lemieux of Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh that had for decades dominated the focal wall of the ballroom was shifted to the rear wall, thereby bumping the copy of George Hayter's state portrait of Queen Victoria that had hung there to the Tent Room, where the portraits of Canada's British governors general had been collected together.
In light of those reports ( and other rumors that teams were offering number retirement, money, or organizational jobs in exchange for the cap designation ) the Hall decided in 2001 to change its practice of deferring to players ' wishes regarding cap logo selection, and reinforced the Hall's authority to determine with which cap the player would be depicted.
John Weever has been suggested as author of the first play ; the satirist Joseph Hall has been seen as an influence on — if not the author ofthe other two, though recent statistical tests bring Hall's authorship into question.
It has been said that John Quincy Adams took advantage of the Hall's acoustics to eavesdrop on other members conversing on the opposite side of the room.
They, along with Hall's house band, performed ( among other songs ) " Car Crash ", " Come On Get Higher ", " Still " and " All We Are ", as well as Hall & Oates classics " Did It in a Minute " and " One on One ".
Given that they were dependent on the dogs, which gave them an advantage over other cattle breeders, it is understandable that the dogs were not distributed beyond the Hall's properties.
In, he was elected by the Hall's Veterans Committee, joining Roberto Clemente as the only other Puerto Rican in Cooperstown.
Hall's show was aimed primarily at the younger urban audience, with Eddie Murphy ( a personal friend of Hall's ) and other performers often featured.
As the 1992-93 season ended, one of Hall's strongest bases were affiliates of CBS, which did not offer much in the way of late night programming other than its nightly crime drama rerun block, and its overnight newscast CBS News Nightwatch ( later replaced by Up to the Minute ).
Like a number of other results in combinatorics, Dilworth's theorem is equivalent to König's theorem on bipartite graph matching and several other related theorems including Hall's Marriage theorem.
The author's expedition was led by the famed guide Rob Hall, and there were other groups trying to summit on the same day, including one led by Scott Fischer, whose guiding agency, Mountain Madness, was perceived as a competitor to Rob Hall's agency, Adventure Consultants.
Basil displays his extreme social awkwardness as he becomes over sensitive to Colonel Hall's introduction to the other guests.
Bessels and the other surviving members of the expedition crew were questioned by a naval board of inquiry about the events leading to Hall's death.
Meek's other television roles include Adrian Hall's adaptations of Robert Penn Warren's Brother to Dragons, Edith Wharton's The House of Mirth, and Harriet Beecher Stowe's Life Among the Lowly, all broadcast on PBS ; Melba, starring Melba Moore, on ABC ; and Big Brother Jake, starring Jake Steinfeld, on The Family Channel.
Although the price of a guided summit attempt – $ 65, 000 USD – was considerably more expensive than those offered by other expeditions, Hall's reputation for reliability and safety attracted clients from all over the world.
Hall's Sardar, Ang Dorje Sherpa, and other climbing Sherpas waited at the summit for the clients.
This was at a time when the charts in the USA were largely inaccessible to British radio listeners and Tony Hall's America's Hot 10 on Luxembourg and AFN was the only other similar chart.

Hall's and films
* The Wilton Town Hall Theatre is a private art-house movie theater which screens films in the Town Hall's auditorium and in a former dressing room for vaudeville troupes which once played the auditorium.

Hall's and include
These include Hall's Croft ( the one-time home of Shakespeare's daughter, Susanna, and her husband Dr. John Hall ) and Nash's House, which stands alongside the site of another property, New Place, owned by Shakespeare himself, wherein he died.
These contemporary sources include ; the Articles of the Bataill bitwix the Kinge of Scottes and therle of Surrey in Brankstone Field said to be a field despatch ; Brian Tuke's news-letter to Cardinal Bainbridge ; an Italian poem, La Rotta de Scosesi in part based on Tuke's letters ; a news-sheet printed in London, The Trewe Encountre ; another lost news-sheet printed by Richard Pynson which was the source used in Edward Hall's Chronicle.
Such productions include Peter Hall's 1988 The Tempest ; the 1987, 1995, and 2001 RSC productions of Julius Caesar ; the 1988 ( RSC ), 1992 ( RNT ), 1999 – 2000 ( RSC ), and 2001 ( Globe ) productions of Macbeth ; and the 2001 PRC production of All's Well That Ends Well.
In the years just prior to his death, a number of Frisch's Giants and Cardinals teammates were elected to the Hall ; some notable writers, chiefly among them Bill James, have criticized these selections-including Jesse Haines, Dave Bancroft, Chick Hafey, Rube Marquard, Ross Youngs and George Kelly-which include some of the most widely questioned honorees in the Hall's history.
In 1994, to commemorate the Hall's 100th anniversary, the basement was completely refurbished to include Centuries, a fully stocked bar.
As this would include the Legislative Council, dominated by its rural membership, Hall's support among moderate Liberals would be overwhelmed by the councillors ' inclusion.
Another edition was issued by Richard Grafton in 1548, the year after Hall's death, and another in 1550 ; these include a continuation from 1532 compiled by Grafton from the author's notes.
Woolsey Hall's murals represent the ideal of a classical education and include images on the nine muses and the goddess Athena.
Wantage Hall's facilities include the dining hall which is wood panelled and lined with portraits of Lord and Lady Wantage and various Vice Chancellors of the University.
In 1946, three years after Hall's death, Troubridge wanted to include The Well in a Collected Memorial Edition of Hall's works.

Hall's and Silence
Since 1988, Hall's movies have been reintroduced to the Australian public by regular screenings at the 1930s style Kings Cinema at the Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, where one of his movies including the Silence of Dean Maitland, On Our Selection and others have been shown daily.

Hall's and Maitland
The first electricity connected in the area was to Maitland Town Hall in 1922, to the Hall's front light.

Hall's and 1934
From Hawaii, Erdman went to Miss Hall's School for Girls in Pittsfield, Massachusetts from which she graduated in 1934.

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Matthew Gibson has shown that LeFanu used Dom Augustin Calmet's Treatise on Vampires and Revenants, translated into English in 1850 as The Phantom World, the Reverend Sabine Baring-Gould's The Book of Were-wolves ( 1863 ), and his account of Elizabeth Bathory, Coleridge's Christabel, and Captain Basil Hall's Schloss Hainfeld ; or a Winter in Lower Styria ( London and Edinburgh, 1836 ).
There is a small ledge of 3. 5 by 1. 3 metres ( 11 by 4 ft ), known as Hall's Ledge, from the summit on the rock's western face.
Hall was recommended to Mendes by Tom Cruise, because of Hall's work on Without Limits ( 1998 ), which Cruise had executive produced.
According to legend ( recounted in Edward Hall's chronicle, written several years afterwards though from first-hand accounts ), he did not wait for an answer but dashed out Wenlock's brains with a battleaxe before seeking sanctuary in the Abbey.
Hall's writings at Leicester embraced various tracts printed for private circulation ; a number of dontributions to the Eclectic Review, among which may be mentioned his articles on Foster's Essays and on Zeal without Innovation ; several sermons, including those On the Advantages of Knowledge to the Lower Classes ( 1810 ), On the Death of the Princess Charlotte ( 1817 ), and On the Death of Dr Ryland ( 1825 ); and his pamphlet on Terms of Communion, in which he advocated intercommunion with all those who acknowledged the " essentials " of Christianity.
Baldwin was a co-founder ( with James McKeen Cattell ) of Psychological Review ( which was founded explicitly to compete with G. Stanley Hall's American Journal of Psychology ), Psychological Monographs and Psychological Index.
He acted at the Piccadilly Theatre in 1959 and was with the Royal Shakespeare Company in the 1962 Arts Theatre Experimental season ( Nil Carborundum and Afore Night Come ) 1964 ' Dirty Plays ' season Night Come, Victor and the premiere productions of The Marat Sade and the revival of Afore Night Come ), in 1965 at Stratford where he appeared in The Comedy of Errors, Timon of Athens, The Jew of Malta, Love's Labour's Lost, and Peter Hall's outstanding production of The Government Inspector at the Aldwych Theatre with Paul Scofield, Eric Porter, Donald Burton, Stanley Lebor, Bruce Condell, John Corvin and Tim Wylton among others.
In the 1970s, he appeared in the West End ( for example in William Douglas-Home's play Lloyd George Knew My Father, with Peggy Ashcroft ), and with the National Theatre under Peter Hall's direction, where among the classics he played Firs in The Cherry Orchard and the title role in Ibsen's John Gabriel Borkman, with Wendy Hiller and Peggy Ashcroft.
After some early setbacks ( his father found it difficult to pay for a university education and nearly recalled him after the first two years ), Hall's academic career was a great success.
* Henochisme ; or a Treatise showing how to walk with God ( 1639 ), translated from Bishop Hall's Latin by Moses Wall
Polshek and his firm, Polshek Partnership, were involved since 1978 in four phases of the Hall's renovation and expansion including the creation of a Master Plan in 1980 ; the actual renovation of the main hall, the Stern Auditorium, and the creation of the Weill Recital Hall and Kaplan Rehearsal Space, all in 1986 ; the creation of the Rose Museum, East Room and Club Room ( later renamed Rohatyn Room and Shorin Club Room, respectively ), all in 1991 ; and, most recently, the creation of Zankel Hall in 2003.
In preparation for the celebration of Carnegie Hall's centennial ( 1991 ), the Carnegie Hall Archives was established.
It was originally written for Hall's first wife, Bryna Lublin ( Hall ), and initially inspired by Oates ' being stood up on a date on New Year's Eve.
Using Barton and Hall's structure, Strehler also added several characters, including a Chorus, who used monologues from Richard II, both parts of Henry IV, Henry V, Macbeth and Timon of Athens, and two gravediggers called Bevis and Holland ( after the names of two of Cade's rebels in the Folio text of 2 Henry VI ), who commented ( with dialogue written by Strehler himself ) on each of the major characters as they set about burying them.
Using Barton and Hall's structure, Strehler also added several characters, including a Chorus, who used monologues from Richard II, both parts of Henry IV, Henry V, Macbeth and Timon of Athens, and two gravediggers called Bevis and Holland ( after the names of two of Cade's rebels in the Folio text ), who commented ( with dialogue written by Strehler himself ) on each of the major characters as they set about burying them.
Using Barton and Hall's structure, Strehler also added several characters, including a Chorus, who used monologues from Richard II, both parts of Henry IV, Henry V, Macbeth and Timon of Athens, and two gravediggers called Bevis and Holland ( after the names of two of Cade's rebels in the Folio text of 2 Henry VI ), who commented ( with dialogue written by Strehler himself ) on each of the major characters as they set about burying them.
Diagram of Edward T. Hall's personal reaction bubbles ( 1966 ), showing radius in feet
While the equivalent building in many countries has a prominent, central place in the national capital ( for example Buckingham Palace, the White House, and the Royal Palace in Amsterdam ), Rideau Hall's site is relatively unobtrusive within Ottawa, giving it more the character of a private home.
After the symbiote uses Tanis to break into a Hall Corporation facility, it is revealed that Cletus Kasady is alive ( although both of his legs have been severed ), his body preserved by the symbiote and repaired by Hall's prosthetics.
The first written reference to the name, and indeed to the island at all, appears in Charles Henry Davis's book Narrative of the North Polar expedition ( 1876 ), which is a narrative of Hall's third North Pole expedition.
Diagram of Edward T. Hall's personal reaction bubbles ( 1966 ), showing radius in feet

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