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was and notorious
A notorious murder scandal, the Overbury case, threw up two imperfect anagrams that were aided by typically loose spelling and were recorded by Simonds D ' Ewes: ' Francis Howard ' ( for Frances Carr, Countess of Somerset, her maiden name spelled in a variant ) became Car findes a whore, with the letters E hardly counted, and the victim Thomas Overbury, as ' Thomas Overburie ', was written as O!
Israelites of course abstained from pork, but Ahab was married to a Phoenician / Tyrian princess Jezebel, who was one of the most " powerful and notorious women of monarchic times " yet who died of a similarly seemingly random death like her husband, and his capital of Samaria was said to follow Canaanite gods.
The notorious guard Sejanus was murdered in 31 on the orders of Tiberius.
For nearly twenty years he battled an amphetamine addiction ; during the 1960s he was a patient of the notorious Max Jacobson, known as " Dr. Feelgood ", who administered injections of " vitamins with enzymes " that were in fact laced with amphetamines.
The resulting sequence, " Jack Jawbreaker Fights Crime !," was a devastating satire of Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster's notorious exploitation by DC Comics over Superman.
The notorious Rusty n Edie's BBS, in Boardman, Ohio, was raided by the FBI in January 1993 for software piracy, and later sued by Playboy for copyright infringement in November 1997.
Edward Teach ( c. 1680 – 22 November 1718 ), better known as Blackbeard, was a notorious English pirate who operated around the West Indies and the eastern coast of the American colonies.
* Joseph Kagan, Baron Kagan, earlier ennobled by the Labour Prime Minister Harold Wilson's notorious Lavender List ( 1976 ), was convicted of fraud ( 1980 )
By the 1970s the area was notorious for street robberies and drug dealing.
Another notorious cannibal was mountain man Boone Helm, who was known as " The Kentucky Cannibal " for eating several of his fellow travelers, from 1850 until his eventual hanging in 1864.
Hearst was notorious for his practice of yellow journalism, and he was frowned on by readers of The New York Times and other newspapers which featured few or no comic strips.
The council abolished some of the most notorious abuses and introduced or recommended disciplinary reforms affecting the sale of indulgences, the morals of convents, the education of the clergy, the non-residence of bishops ( also bishops having plurality of benefices, which was fairly common ), and the careless fulmination of censures, and forbade dueling.
Among the notorious ones was the Tambov rebellion.
Possibly the most notorious such vehicle was the former Soviet TMM bridging truck that could carry and launch a 10 meter bridge that could be daisy-chained with other TMM bridges to cross larger obstacles.
Captain William Kidd was either one of the most notorious pirates in the history of the world or one of its most unjustly vilified and prosecuted privateers in an age typified by the rationalisation of empire.
One year later, " Captain " Culliford, a notorious pirate, stole Kidd's ship while he was ashore at Antigua in the West Indies.
The Limehouse area in London was notorious for its opium dens, many of which catered for Chinese sailors as well as English addicts.
Further problems were caused by a notorious hooligan element among the support, which was to plague the club throughout the decade.
One of the most notorious propaganda films is Leni Riefenstahl's film Triumph of the Will ( 1935 ), which chronicled the 1934 Nazi Party Congress and was commissioned by Adolf Hitler.
But one does not have to rely on the victims for stories of violence: Ted Patrick, one of the most notorious deprogrammers used by CAGs ( who has spent several terms in prison for his exploits ) openly boasts about some of the violence he employed ; in November 1987, Cyril Vosper, a Committee member of the British cult-awareness group, FAIR, was convicted in Munich of " causing bodily harm " in the course of one of his many deprogramming attempts ; and a number of similar convictions are on record for prominent members of CAGs elsewhere.
Gambling, particularly on craps or horse races, was a common theme of Runyon's works, and he was a notorious gambler himself.

was and malefactor
' During the Middle Ages, most would not regard an insult or injury as settled until it was avenged, or, at the least, paid for — hence, the extensive Anglo-Saxon system of wergild ( literally, " man-price ") payments, which placed a certain monetary value upon certain acts of violence in an attempt to limit the spiral of revenge by codifying the responsibility of a malefactor.
In other words, the proceedings by the grand jury were the actual trial ; everyone it accused was punished, and the community rid of the malefactor, one way or another.
The thought of becoming in this way a murderer or malefactor towards the life of my fellow human beings was most terrible to me, so terrible and disturbing that I wholly gave up my practice in the first years of my married life and occupied myself solely with chemistry and writing.
According to old European beliefs, a candle made of the fat from a malefactor who died on the gallows, lighted and placed ( as if in a candlestick ) in the Hand of Glory, which comes from the same man as the fat in the candle-would have rendered motionless all persons to whom it was presented.
The apprehension with which this daring malefactor was regarded by the authorities is shown by this clandestine hearing of his case in a cold corridor of the Town Hall, and the rapidity with which his trial followed on his committal.
" However, he is far less eager in meeting a malefactor in a face-to-face duel ; he was briefly enthusiastic about a pistol duel with an enemy until he asked, somewhat timidly, " Does he get one too ?... Loaded?

was and Lucky
The album was a multi-platinum success and produced the pop hit " Lucky One " ( No. 18 pop and No. 2 AC ; No. 1 on Radio & Records ) as well as the title track ( a duet with country music star and future husband Vince Gill ) ( No. 37 pop ) and a cover of Joni Mitchell's frequently covered " Big Yellow Taxi " ( No. 67 pop ) ( in which she changed the line " And they charged the people a dollar and a half just to see em " to " And then they charged the people 25 bucks just to see em ").
" 50 First Dates was followed by Fever Pitch ( 2005 ), and in 2007, Music and Lyrics and Lucky You.
A 1993 compilation called Lucky Thirteen was released, but it only covered Young's 1982 – 1988 output.
It was a beginning that eventually led to Elvis Presley recording a dozen of her songs, including " I Got Lucky " and " Spinout ".
In 1954, the 23 man crew of the Japanese fishing vessel Lucky Dragon was exposed to radioactive fallout from a hydrogen bomb test at Bikini Atoll, in 1969, an ecologically catastrophic oil spill from an offshore well in California's Santa Barbara Channel, Barry Commoner's protest against nuclear testing, Rachel Carson's book Silent Spring, Paul R. Ehrlich's The Population Bomb all added anxiety about the environment.
His first action as mayor was to order the chief of police to arrest mob boss Lucky Luciano on whatever charges could be found.
The same year her first story (" The Lucky Ones ") was published in the November 16, 1946 issue of The New Yorker, and credited to " Alice Bradley " in the magazine itself, but to " Alice Bradley Sheldon " in the magazine's DVD index.
Hill's adopted son Ross was killed in an accident in Stockbridge, Massachusetts in 1990 while the actor was preparing to film Lucky Luke on the Bonanza Creek Ranch near Santa Fe.
The new series, Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, was an almost instant success, and the character, Oswald — drawn and created by Iwerks — became a popular figure.
" When he explained to Beckett that he was playing Lucky as if he were suffering from Parkinson's, Beckett said, "' Yes, of course.
When Beckett was asked why Lucky was so named, he replied, " I suppose he is lucky to have no more expectations ..."
* March 2 – The B-50 Superfortress Lucky Lady II under Captain James Gallagher lands in Fort Worth, Texas, after completing the first non-stop around-the-world airplane flight ( it was refueled in flight 4 times ).
Lucky for Europe that Britain was alone in 1940 ".
Of the regular cast, only Coltrane and Tomlinson featured in " White Ghost " ( retitled " Lucky White Ghost " for some overseas markets ), which was set in Hong Kong.
First, a minor change was made to game play that now allows everyone to take at least one turn before the Doctor Lucky pawn determines turn order.
In 1954, the 23 man crew of the Japanese fishing vessel Lucky Dragon 5 was exposed to radioactive fallout from a hydrogen bomb test at Bikini Atoll.
Years later, LWT approached Jason hoping to revive Lucky Feller but Jason, conscious that he was being over-exposed, refused to let it be shown again.
* Payipwāt ( or Piapot: " who Knows the Secrets of the Sioux "), also known as " Hole in the Sioux " or Kisikawasan-‘ Flash in the Sky ’, Chief of the Cree-Assiniboine or the Young Dogs with great influence on neighboring Assiniboine, Downstream People, southern groups of the Upstream People and Saulteaux ( Plains Ojibwa ), born 1816, kidnapped as a child by the Sioux, he was freed about 1830 by Plains Cree, significant Shaman, most influential chief of the feared Young Dogs, convinced the Plains Cree to expand west in the Cypress Hills, the last refugee for bison groups, therefore disputed border area between Sioux, Assiniboine, Siksika Kainai and Cree, refused to participate in the raid on a Kainai camp near the present Lethbridge, Alberta, then the Young Dogs and their allies were content with the eastern Cypress Hills to the Milk River, Montana, does not participate at the negotiations on the Treaty 4 of 1874, he and Cheekuk, the most important chief of the Plains Ojibwa in the Qu ' Appelle area, signed on 9 September 1875 the treaty only as preliminary contract, tried with the chiefs of the River Cree Minahikosis (" Little Pine ") and Mistahi-maskwa (" Big Bear ") to erect a kind of Indian Territory for all the Plains Cree, Plains Ojibwa and Assiniboine-as Ottawa refused, he asked 1879-80 along with Kiwisünce ( cowessess-' Little Child ') and the Assiniboine for adjacent reserves in the Cypress Hills, Payipwāt settled in a reserve about 37 miles northeast of Fort Walsh, Minahikosis (" Little Pine ") and Papewes (‘ Lucky Man ’) asked successfully for reserves near the Assiniboine or Payipwāt-this allowed the Cree and Assiniboine to preserve their autonomy-because they went 1881 in Montana on bison hunting, stole Absarokee horses and alleged cattle killed, arrested the U. S. Army the Cree-Assiniboine group, disarmed and escorted them back to Canada-now unarmed, denied rations until the Cree and Assiniboine gave up their claims to the Cypress Hills and went north-in the following years the reserves changed several times and the tribes were trying repeated until to the Northwest Rebellion in 1885 to build an Indian Territory, Payipwāt remained under heavy guard, until his death he was a great spiritual leader, therefore Ottawa deposed Payipwāt on 15 April 1902 as chief, died in April 1908 on Piapot Reserve, Saskatchewan )
* Papewes ( Papaway-‘ Lucky Man ’, Chief of the Plains River Cree ( Sīpīwininiwak-paskwāwiyiniwak ), born in the late 1830s near Fort Pitt, was in the 1870s a leader of Mistahimaskwa ´ s Plains River Cree, as the bison disappeared, signed along with Little Pine on the 2nd July 1879 for the 470 members of his tribal group an annex to the Agreement No. 6 at Fort Walsh, in vain he asked for a reserve in the Cypress Hills and the Buffalo Lake, so many members went back to Mistahimaskwa (" Big Bear ") or joined Minahikosis (" Little Pine "), Papewes asked 1884 in vain a reserve adjacent to the reserves of Pitikwahanapiwiyin (' Poundmaker '), Minahikosis and Mistahimaskwa, during the rebellion of 1885 were the two groups of Papewes and Minahikosis scattered and some of their members fled in the U. S., 1886 settled the remaining members of the two groups in the Little Pine's reserve died 1901 nahe Fort Assiniboine, Montana )
It was the ballad, " Lucky Man ", which was a song Lake wrote when he had his first guitar at the age of 12, that brought the band to prominence.
Like " Lucky Man ", the song was a distinctively mellow acoustic ballad broken by an extended Moog solo.

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