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He credits James Goodby ( of the Brookings Institution ) with tracing what he considers the earliest known English-language use soon after the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki ( although it is not quite verbatim ): a communique from a 15 November 1945, meeting of Harry Truman, Clement Attlee and Mackenzie King ( probably drafted by Vannevar Bush – or so Bush claimed in 1970 ) referred to " weapons adaptable to mass destruction ".
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Whitehead credits William Rowan Hamilton and Augustus De Morgan as originators of the subject matter, and James Joseph Sylvester with coining the term itself.
James L. Venable composed the opening theme of the series, and Scottish band Bis performed the ending theme song, as played during the credits.
According to James Gleick, an NBC research team discovered that when the credits started rolling after a program, 25 % of its viewers would change the channel before it was over.
In the film credits they are simply identified as " Goatee ", based on Michael Schwerner, played by Geoffrey Nauffts ; " Passenger ", based on Andrew Goodman, played by Rick Zieff ; and " Black Passenger ", based on James Chaney, played by Christopher White.
For the 2008 movie Wanted ( starring James McAvoy and Angelina Jolie ), Horn produced Danny Elfman's vocals on the closing credits song " The Little Things ".
While James credits Velikovsky with " point the way to a solution by challenging Egyptian chronology ", he severely criticised the contents of Velikovsky's chronology as " disastrously extreme ", producing " a rash of new problems far more severe than those it hoped to solve " and claiming that " Velikovsky understood little of archaeology and nothing of stratigraphy.
Hayek whose ideas about spontaneous order and inability of government central planners to create thriving economies are seen in the Center ’ s criticism of targeted tax credits and corporate subsidies used by government economic development bureaucracies ; and James M. Buchanan, whose work in public choice economics has informed many of the organization ’ s critiques of state government programs.
However, when the series first aired on October 8, 1999, the comics ' writers Andrew Paquette and James Hudnall were given no writing credits for the work ; the two then filed suit against Fox to be credited for their work.
" Brounhill's instructions blame James IV for moving down the hill to attack the English on marshy ground from a favorable position, and credits the victory to Scottish inexperience rather than English valour.
It featured narration by Bernard Cribbins, and also credits Nicky James and Barbara Sexton with vocals.
His other movie credits include The Young Savages ( 1961 ), The Greatest Story Ever Told ( 1965 ), Battle of the Bulge ( 1965 ), The Dirty Dozen ( 1967 ), The Scalphunters ( 1968 ), supervillain Ernst Stavro Blofeld in the James Bond film On Her Majesty's Secret Service ( 1969 ), Kelly's Heroes ( 1970 ), Pretty Maids All in a Row ( 1971 ), Inside Out ( 1975 ), and Escape to Athena ( 1979 ).
Drivers in the film billed in the opening credits include Dale Van Sickel, Reg Parton, Regina Parton, Tom Bamford, Bob Drake, Marion J. Playan, Hall Brock, Bob Hickman, Rex Ramsay, Hal Grist, Lynn Grate, Larry Schmitz, Richard Warlock, Dana Derfus, Everett Creach, Gerald Jann, Bill Couch, Ted Duncan, Robert Hoys, Gene Roscoe, Jack Mahoney, Charles Willis, Richard Brill, Roy Butterfield, Rudy Doucette, J. J. Wilson, Jim McCullough, Bud Ekins, Glenn Wilder, Gene Curtis, Robert James, John Timanus, Bob Harris, Fred Krone, Richard Ceary, Jesse Wayne, Jack Perkins, Fred Stromsoe, Ronnie Rondell, and Kim Brewer.
He credits James Henry Breasted with the popularisation of them as hymns saying that Breasted ( erroneously ) saw them as " a gospel of the beauty and beneficience of the natural order, a recognition of the message of nature to the soul of man "( quote from Breasted ).
Other scholars he credits in this field are, Mead, Dewey, Thomas, Park, James, Horton, Cooley, Znaniecki, Baldwin, Redfield, and Wirth.
James Bidgood's exhibition credits include group shows at powerHouse, New York City ( 2007 ); Exit Art, New York City ( 2005 ); Fundacio Foto Colectiania, Barcelona ( 2003 ), and Nikolai Fine Art, New York City ( 2000 ).
Some of Russell's paintings were shown during the credits of the ABC television series How the West Was Won, starring James Arness.
During the 1960s his credits included The Americanization of Emily, which featured James Garner, Julie Andrews, Melvyn Douglas and James Coburn, an anti-war comedy that remains both Garner's and Andrews ' favorite of their films.
Florida and James Evans and their three children live in a rented project apartment, 17C, at 963 N. Gilbert Ave., in a housing project ( implicitly the infamous Cabrini – Green projects, shown in the opening and closing credits but never mentioned by name on the show ) in a poor, black neighborhood in inner-city Chicago.
His directing credits are many, including James Stock's Star-Gazy Pie and Sauerkraut ( Royal Court Theatre, 1995 ) and Caryl Churchill's Mad Forest for which he won an Obie award.
He has particularly played the role of a US Navy SEAL, which can be seen in his following film credits: Lieutenant Hiram Coffey in The Abyss, Lieutenant James Curran in Navy Seals, and the ill fated Commander Charles Anderson in The Rock.
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It is also possible, but equally doubtful, that he actually shot down the hundreds of men with which his legend credits him.
Land reform programs need to be supplemented with programs for promoting rural credits and technical assistance in agriculture.
A citation from Conservation Commissioner Salvatore A. Bontempo credits his supervision with a reduction in the number of forest fires in the state.
Lacking his needed credits in those subjects, Fabian will not graduate with his old classmates next week.
Mencken credits the postwar mania for adding "- nik " to the ends of adjectives to create nouns as beginning — not with beatnik or Sputnik — but earlier, in the pages of Li ' l Abner.
The bet in this municipal bond arbitrage is that, over a longer period of time, two similar instruments — municipal bonds and interest rate swaps — will correlate with each other ; they are both very high quality credits, have the same maturity and are denominated in U. S. dollars.
Justin Martyr ( c. 100 – 165 AD ) who was acquainted with Polycarp, who had been mentored by John, makes a possible allusion to this book, and credits John as the source.
Among his various musical credits, Mumy has recorded and written songs with America, toured with Shaun Cassidy, and played in Rick Springfield's band in the film, Hard to Hold.
Structural adjustment programs with the World Bank and IMF and interest-free credits to support investments in the agriculture, livestock, and transportation sectors have had limited impact.
The ending credits of the show start with thanks to the colorfully nicknamed actual staffers: producer Doug " the subway fugitive, not a slave to fashion, bongo boy frogman " Berman ; " John ' Bugsy ' Lawlor, just back from the ..." every week a different eating event with rhyming foodstuff names ; David " Calves of Belleville " Greene ; Catherine " Frau Blücher " Fenollosa, whose name causes a horse to neigh and gallop ( an allusion to a running gag in the movie Young Frankenstein ); and Carly " High Voltage " Nix, among others.
Yamane had not worked with Watanabe yet, but his credits included such other anime as Bubblegum Crisis and The Vision of Escaflowne.
Additional admissions criteria include having completed at least 15 college credits with a 2. 50 GPA or higher.
Matthew, the youngest, is a versatile cellist with an impressive list of composing and performance credits.
It embodies the virtues its translator credits to the Chinese original: a gemlike lucidity that is radiant with humor, grace, largeheartedness, and deep wisdom.
David Huffman ( 10 May 1945 – 27 February 1985 ) was a character actor with many television, film and stage credits.
The main controversy over both school vouchers and education tax credits is that they put public education in direct competition with private education, threatening to reduce and reallocate public school funding to private schools.
Traditionally Judaism credits Ezra with establishing the Great Assembly of scholars and prophets, the forerunner of the Sanhedrin, as the authority on matters of religious law.
Her film credits also include a featured role in Marked For Death opposite Steven Seagal, Pass The Ammo with Tim Curry, and the CBS feature 83 Hours Till Dawn with Peter Strauss and Robert Urich.
In Courage under Fire: Testing Epictetus's Doctrines in a Laboratory of Human Behavior ( 1993 ), Stockdale credits Epictetus with helping him endure seven and a half years in a North Vietnamese military prison — including torture — and four years in solitary confinement.
In recent years, German production interests have also become very involved with American television and film production to help offset the costs of such productions, as evidenced by the company credits in certain films and TV shows.