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Poirot has dark hair, which he dyes later in life ( though many of his screen incarnations are portrayed as bald or balding ), and green eyes that are repeatedly described as shining " like a cat's " when he is struck by a clever idea.
Olson later helped edit The Real Anita Hill, a book by David Brock that savaged Hill and portrayed the harassment claim as a political dirty trick ( Brock later recanted his claims and apologized to Hill ).
A third such individual at the time was Georg Faust, upon whom several pieces of later literature were written, such as Christopher Marlow's Faust, that portrayed him as consulting with demons.
The clàrsach or harp was the most popular musical instrument in later medieval Scotland and Ireland and Gaelic poets portrayed their Pictish counterparts as very much like themselves.
In Shakespeare's play, Macbeth is portrayed initially as a valorous and good-hearted general to King Duncan, but who later is corrupted by ambition.
In the earliest sources, Robin Hood is a yeoman, but he was often later portrayed as an aristocrat wrongfully dispossessed of his lands and made into an outlaw by an unscrupulous sheriff.
Roosevelt was portrayed in several episodes of the comic book story The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck: the young Scrooge McDuck first meets Roosevelt in his Badlands years, later in a fictional siege of Fort Duckburg and finally in Panama during the construction of the Panama Canal.
Buffy was portrayed by Kristy Swanson in the film, and later by Sarah Michelle Gellar in the television series.
Where his earlier pieces radiated gaiety and liveliness, his later portraits emphasized the stature and dignity of the people portrayed.
The Sirens of Greek mythology are often confused with the GorgonsGorgonsportrayed in later folklore as half women-half birds, ( birds sing beautiful, enchanting songs, like the sirens are portrayed to do ); the fact that in Spanish, French, Italian, Polish, Romanian and Portuguese the word for mermaid is respectively Sirena, Sirène, Sirena, Syrena, Sirenă and Sereia, and that in biology the Sirenia comprise an order of fully aquatic mammals that includes the dugong and manatee, add to the visual confusion, so that Sirens are even represented as mermaids.
It's worth mentioning, though, that in many of the later DFE cartoons, such as " Feather Finger " and " Daffy's Diner ," Daffy is portrayed as a more sympathetic character rather than the full-blown villain he is in cartoons like " Well Worn Daffy " and " Assault and Peppered.
She was later portrayed by Meredith Ostrom in the 2006 film, Factory Girl, which chronicles the life of fellow " Warhol Superstar ", Edie Sedgwick.
Signing a studio contract at that time would " pigeon-hole " Steiger as to the roles he would later play and image portrayed on screen ; those were two things Steiger objected to throughout his career.
Thereafter, Colbert did not wish to be portrayed as overtly sexual and later refused such roles.
The notion of violence or other criminality possibly arose because hardcore outlaws and criminals were popularly portrayed as using many of the same jive terms in their speech, and this distortion could also be seen in popular TV shows with regard to hippies a few years later.
* In the 1956 film Helen of Troy, Paris, as the main character, is portrayed as a heroic character who at first worships peace and love but is later forced to take up arms against the treacherous Greeks.
Barrymore was also portrayed by Christopher Plummer ( who was a friend of Diana Barrymore ) in the 1996 two-man show Barrymore, later filmed in 2012 and by Errol Flynn in the 1958 biographical film about Diana entitled Too Much, Too Soon.
In stark contrast to Kipling's later poem " The White Man's Burden ," Gunga Din is named after the native, and portrays the native Indian as the hero while the British soldiers are portrayed as callous and shallow, and ultimately inferior to Gunga Din.
Corral confrontation and probably never met the Earps or Holliday ), and personal details about Doc Holliday ( who was a dentist, not a surgeon, and actually died 6 years later of tuberculosis in Glenwood Springs, Colorado ), are all very liberally and fictionally portrayed.
The judge in this episode was portrayed by John Hoyt, who later portrayed Dr. Phillip John Boyce, one of Leonard McCoy's predecessors, on the Star Trek pilot " The Cage ".
The film was adapted into a 1955 television series, with Jack Kelly ( who later portrayed Bart Maverick in Maverick ) in Cummings ' role and Robert Horton ( who subsequently played scout Flint McCullough in Wagon Train ) performing Reagan's part.
He is portrayed as a tyrant in Geoffrey Chaucer's The Knight's Tale, and in a later adaptation of the same story, William Shakespeare's and John Fletcher's play The Two Noble Kinsmen.
Prosecutors used " Michelle Remembers " as a guide when preparing cases against alleged Satanists. Michelle Remembers, along with others portrayed as survivor stories, are suspected to have influenced later allegations of SRA and the book has been suggested as a causal factor in the later epidemic of SRA allegations.

later and Hickey
Hickey remembered later, " Mayr was our age and invited on all our field trips.
His big break was landing the starring role in José Quintero's 1956 off-Broadway-theatre production and the later 1960 television film of O ' Neill's The Iceman Cometh, portraying the philosophical salesman Hickey ; he won an Obie Award for his stage performance.
A year later, Hickey & Boggs reunited him with Cosby for the first time since I Spy.
Michael Amott left the band right after Heartwork was recorded, and was for a while replaced by Mike Hickey, who was later replaced by Carlo Regadas.
Hickey was later named the eighth Bishop of Cleveland, Ohio, on May 31, 1974.
Two women whom Hickey had commissioned to serve as missionaries in El Salvador were later murdered ; he kept their photographs on the wall of his private chapel for the rest of his life.
Less than two years later, on August 22, 1938, Burley met the Cocoa Kid at Hickey Park in Millvale, Pennsylvania for the World Colored Welterweight Championship.
Archbishop ( later Cardinal ) James Hickey of Washington, DC was named apostolic visitor to the archdiocese of Seattle.
A month earlier he scored eight goals in a match against Annandale, a club record later equalled by Jack Hickey in 1927.
When the show first debuted in 2005, Hickey was the sole host and Campanelli was a reporter, but Campanelli later became a full co-host.
Colin Hickey finished seventh in 1956 in the 500 and 1, 000 m long track speed skating, and placed 13th and 14th four years later.

later and again
Two minutes later it came again -- a double explosion, followed by a third, sounding more distant.
She thought again of her children, those two who had died young, before the later science which might have saved them could attach even a label to their separate malignancies.
In January, 1958, the Minister of the Interior announced that an election law was ready to be submitted to the King, the rumors of election dates appeared once again, first for spring of 1958 and later for the summer.
But suppose that a week later we revert to the incident in thought and make our statement again.
About five minutes later he jumped up, Slate said, and struck the two policemen again.
They later met again at a party and married on November 4, 1842, in the Springfield mansion of Mary's married sister.
He first met Poirot in Belgium, 1904, during the Abercrombie Forgery and later that year they joined forces again to hunt down a criminal known as Baron Altara.
Deemed a heretic by the Ecumenical First Council of Nicaea of 325, Arius was later exonerated in 335 at the regional First Synod of Tyre, and then, after his death, pronounced a heretic again at the Ecumenical First Council of Constantinople of 381.
Documents again began to be written in Sumerian, although Sumerian was becoming a purely literary or liturgical language, much as Latin later would be in Medieval Europe.
A year later, in 886, Alfred reoccupied the city of London and set out to make it habitable again.
Although in his later years, towards the end of the Trojan War, his old opponents took his side again against the Greeks under their queen Penthesilea " of Thracian birth ", who was slain by Achilles.
It is eligible to be founded again if another player founds a chain again in a later turn.
The Bill of Rights also stated that the line of succession would go through their descendants, then through Mary's sister Princess Anne, and her descendants, and then to the issue of William III by a later marriage ( if he were to marry again after the death of Mary II ).
Only pitifully small pieces of land are gained, about the size of a football field, which are often lost again later.
A few years later, it was once again rumored to have been opened, this time by the FBI, in an unsuccessful search for spies ; however, there is no evidence of this.
A valuable prize, the city was repeatedly sacked: by the Triballi in 376 BC, Philip II of Macedon in 350 BC ; later by Lysimachos of Thrace, the Seleucids, the Ptolemies, and again by the Macedonians.
Another French candidate was Marie Zéphyrine's sister Marie Clotide ( later Queen of Sardinia ) but again nothing happened.
In Florence on 8 September 1787 ( by proxy ) and again in Dresden on 18 October 1787 ( in person ), Anton married a second time with the Archduchess Maria Theresia of Austria ( Maria Theresia Josephe Charlotte Johanna ), daughter of the Grand Duke Leopold I of Tuscany, later Emperor Leopold II.
One year later, during the third battle of Doiran, the United Kingdom, supported by Greece, once again suffered a humiliating defeat, losing 3, 155 men against just about 500 for the Bulgarian side.
Biscardi appeared on Coast to Coast AM again a few days later to announce that there was no captive Bigfoot.
Boxing evolved from 16th and 18th century prizefights ( detailed further down the page ), largely in Great Britain, to the forerunner of modern boxing in the mid 19th century, again initially in Great Britain and later in the United States.
When Winston Smith is later arrested, O ' Brien, his interrogator, again describes Big Brother as a figure who will never die.
A short time earlier, they had been defeated at Telamon in 224 BC, and were again later at Placentia in 194 BC ( modern Piacenza ) and Mutina in 193 BC ( modern Modena ).
The Geto-Dacians did not again become a threat to Roman hegemony in the lower Danube until the rise of Decebal 130 years later ( AD 86 ).

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