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He credited some of his success to his snowmobiling days: " Every winter, you would reckon on three or four big spills — and I'm talking about being thrown on to the ice at 100 miles per hour.
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Both Sudan and Ackermann are credited with discovering total computable functions ( termed simply " recursive " in some references ) that are not primitive recursive.
In the United States there is a proportionally limited tax on alcopops relative to those sold in Europe, although some states are considering legislation to bring their tax levels closer to the European model, which is credited with limiting consumption by youth.
As previously noted, divinities are closely related to the transcendent force ( s ) or power ( s ) credited to them, so much so that in some cases the powers or forces may themselves be invoked independently.
She was first credited as Enya ( as opposed to Eithne ) for writing some of the music for the 1984 movie The Frog Prince, which was released on a soundtrack album of the same title.
Its authorship has traditionally been credited to Paul, but it is considered by some scholars to be Deutero-pauline, that is, written in Paul's name by a later author strongly influenced by Paul's thought.
Magazine writer / editor Daniel Okrent is credited with inventing it, the name coming from the New York City restaurant La Rotisserie Francaise where he and some friends used to meet and play.
Many of his works have been preserved and / or translated from the original Greek, although many were destroyed and some credited to him are believed to be spurious.
He was reportedly paid $ 5000 for the role, although some stories state the actual amount was only $ 1000. Lugosi is credited as " The Scientist ", a character whose purpose is unclear.
" " As we reach the second half of the sixth century, we find that images are attracting direct veneration and some of them are credited with the performance of miracles " Cyril Mango writes, " In the post-Justinianic period the icon assumes an ever increasing role in popular devotion, and there is a proliferation of miracle stories connected with icons, some of them rather shocking to our eyes ".
The effect of circumstances on manorial economy is complex and at times contradictory: upland conditions tended to preserve peasant freedoms ( livestock husbandry in particular being less labour-intensive and therefore less demanding of villein services ); on the other hand, some upland areas of Europe showed some of the most oppressive manorial conditions, while lowland eastern England is credited with an exceptionally large free peasantry, in part a legacy of Scandinavian settlement.
Nāgārjuna is credited with developing the philosophy of the Prajñāpāramitā Sūtras — even, in some sources, with having ( re ) revealed these scriptures in the world, having recovered them from the realm of the nāga-s ( snake / dragon spirits )— and is also sometimes associated with the Buddhist university of Nālandā.
King Henry V of England is credited with having invented what some consider the first true passport, notwithstanding the earlier examples cited, as a means of helping his subjects prove who they were in foreign lands.
Between 2000 and 2008 Spain's economy had been credited with having avoided the virtual zero growth rate of some of its largest partners in the EU.
She has been credited with helping Harding achieve more than he might have alone ; some have speculated that she later pushed him all the way to the White House.
The European discovery and naming of Anguilla is often credited to French explorer Pierre Laudonnaire who visited the island in 1565, though according to some it had been sighted and named by Columbus in 1493.
Paracelsus is credited as the first to make mention of an unconscious aspect of cognition in his work Von den Krankheiten ( translates as " About illnesses ", 1567 ), and his clinical methodology created a cogent system that is regarded by some as the beginning of modern scientific psychology.
A refinement variously credited to either James C. Crow or Jason S. Amburgey was the sour mash process, by which each new fermentation is conditioned with some amount of spent mash ( the wet solids strained from a previous batch of fermented mash, which still contain live yeast ).
While living in Tamworth, he is credited with the development of the Tamworth Pig by breeding Irish stock with some local Tamworth pigs.
The book, published anonymously, was well received and credited to some of the greatest minds of the time.
In real life, the creation of the Prime Directive is generally credited to Gene L. Coon, although there is some contention as to whether science fiction writer Theodore Sturgeon, who wrote of the Prime Directive in an unused script for the original series, actually came up with it first.
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Ray Charles is credited with the song's most well known rendition in current times ( although Elvis Presley had success with it in the 1970s ).
The singer's debut single, " Liza Jane ", credited to Davie Jones and the King Bees, had no commercial success.
Produced by Lubin, " Jennie Lee " ( Arwin 108 ), backed with " Gotta Get a Date " ( credited to Ginsburg, Berry & Lubin ), became a surprise commercial success.
However, just how much of that success was due to the original Kurtzman template that he left for his successor, and how much should be credited to the Al Feldstein system and the depth of the post-Kurtzman talent pool, can be argued without resolution.
The success of Raising Hell is often credited with kick-starting hip hop's golden age, when rap music's visibility, variety, and commercial viability exploded onto the national stage and became a global phenomenon.
It is often credited with creating the kart-racing sub genre of video games, leading other developers to try to duplicate its success.
Super Mario Kart has been credited with inventing the " kart racing " sub-genre of video gaming and soon after its release several other developers attempted to duplicate its success.
Saving Private Ryan was a critical and commercial success and is credited with contributing to a resurgence in America's interest in World War II.
After success with the ground-breaking British radio programme, The Goon Show, Milligan translated this success to television with Q5, a surreal sketch show which is credited as a major influence on the members of Monty Python's Flying Circus.
In 1864 William Steinway, the son of Henry E. Steinway who is credited with establishing Steinway's remarkable success in marketing, built a set of elegant new showrooms housing more than 100 pianos on East 14th Street in Manhattan, New York City.
The film was originally released in the United States to mixed critical reviews and lackluster box-office earnings, but after it was screened at the 1977 London Film Festival, it became a critical and commercial success in Europe and is often credited with launching Carpenter's career.
The Tom Swift books have been credited with laying the foundations for success of American science fiction and with establishing the edisonade ( stories focusing on brilliant scientists and inventors ) as a basic cultural myth.
The task-force approach, combined with Johnson's electoral victory in 1964 and his talents in obtaining congressional approval, were widely credited with the success of the legislation agenda in 1965.
Patel's organising work in this period is credited by historians for ensuring the success of the rebellion across India.
During a case in the TV law drama Boston Legal, a method of proving reasonable doubt was credited to Perry Mason with much success.
" The success of the stage play was credited to this number, and when recreated in the film version of the play The Gay Divorcee ( 1934 ), it ushered in a new era in filmed dance.
Though LeMay is sometimes publicly credited with the success of the Berlin Airlift, it was, in fact, instigated by General Lucius D. Clay when General Clay called LeMay about the problem.
Her Olympic victories are credited with helping to demolish the convention that age and motherhood were a barrier to success in women's sport.
Also Sam Cassell ( widely credited as the biggest reason for the Clippers ' recent success ) signed a two-year, $ 13 million deal.
The film was a popular success and was credited by the Democratic National Committee with helping to re-elect Woodrow Wilson as the U. S. President in 1916.
With chart success in their native Germany, they have since been credited as the band " that set off the wave of what is known as medieval rock.