[permalink] [id link]
Page "Terry Jones" ¶ 10
from Wikipedia
Promote Demote Fragment Fix

Some Related Sentences

series and often
At that time it was a series of sophisticated social dances whose steps were often combined with other steps devised by the choreographer.
Following observation of the fact that the reaction rates of supposedly identical reaction mixtures prepared on the same filling manifold and exposed under identical conditions often differed by several hundred per cent, a systematic series of experiments was undertaken to see whether the difficulty could be ascribed to the method of preparing the chlorine, to the effects of oxygen or moisture or to the effect of surface to volume ratio in the reaction tubes.
Beginning in 1999, the Presidents of Azerbaijan and Armenia initiated a direct dialogue through a series of face-to-face meetings, often facilitated by the Minsk Group Co-Chairs.
Replicas of the urn are often held aloft by victorious teams as a symbol of their victory in an Ashes series, but the actual urn has never been presented or displayed as a trophy in this way.
In Stephen R. Lawhead's Pendragon Cycle, Aurelianus ( most often referred to as " Aurelius ") figures prominently, along with his brother Uther, in the second book of the series, Merlin.
: To continue to select and reinforce the often less dominant " good use ", it is recommended to repeatedly suggest, by thinking to oneself, a tailored series of " Orders " or " Directions.
It is often used in signal processing for analyzing functions or series of values, such as time domain signals.
The series also featured Shakespearean dialogue, often adapted for comic effect.
During the series, he often comes into contact with the Queen, her obsequious Lord Chamberlain Lord Melchett ( Stephen Fry ) with whom he has a rivalry, and the Queen's demented former nanny Nursie ( Patsy Byrne ).
At the end of the game, the last remaining housemate is declared the winner of that particular series and receives prizes, often including a large amount of money, a car, a vacation and ( in some editions ) a house.
For example a B205 console was often shown in the television series Batman as the Bat Computer ; also as the computer in Lost in Space.
B205 tape drives were often seen in series such as The Time Tunnel and Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea.
For integer order α = n, J < sub > n </ sub > is often defined via a Laurent series for a generating function:
COINTELPRO ( an acronym for Counterintelligence Program ) was a series of covert, and often illegal, projects conducted by the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation ( FBI ) aimed at surveying, infiltrating, discrediting, and disrupting domestic political organizations.
General maps exhibit many reference and location systems and often are produced in a series.
The 26-episode series revolves around the often violent adventures undertaken by the arguably mismatched crew of the BeBop starship.
Traditionally, Lois Lane ( and sometimes others ) would often suspect Superman of truly being Clark Kent ; this was particularly prominent in Silver Age stories, including those in the series Superman's Girl Friend Lois Lane.
In the 1950s George Reeves series, Clark Kent is portrayed as a cerebral character who is the crime reporter for the Daily Planet and who as Kent uses his intelligence and powers of deduction to solve crimes ( often before Inspector Henderson does ) before catching the villain as Superman.
Throughout the series, Clark never officially adopted a costume until around the eighth season, but prior to this was seen wearing Superman's traditional colors of red and blue, more often as the series progresses ( more commonly a blue shirt underneath a red jacket, reflecting Superman's uniform and cape colors ).
A game often continues over a series of meetings to complete a single adventure, and longer into a series of related gaming adventures, called a ' campaign '.
For series involving amateur detectives, their frequent encounters with crime often tests the limits of plausibility.
The television series Monk has often made fun of this implausible frequency.
In the series, the availability of dōgu depends sometimes on the money Doraemon has available, and he often says some dōgu are expensive in the future.

series and challenge
But I have compared its text with already published commentaries on the 1960 series of Godkin lectures at Harvard, from which the book was derived, and I can with confidence challenge the gist of C. P. Snow's incautious tale ''.
A series of popes began to directly challenge this condition.
In 1982, Loach and Central Independent Television were commissioned by Channel 4 to make Questions of Leadership, a documentary series on the response of the British trade union movement to the challenge posed by the policies of the Thatcher government, which also gave members an opportunity to call their own leaders to account.
* Top Gear, British television series, featuring an episode following a desert challenge in which Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May attempt to drive three old cars across Botswana, including the Kalahari Desert
The series faced a tough challenge: convincing an only recently non-interventionist nation of the need to become involved in the war and ally with the Soviets, among other things.
In series such as Celebrity Paranormal Project, the stated aim is investigation, and some series like Scariest Places on Earth challenge participants to survive the investigation ; whereas others such as Paranormal State and Ghost Hunters use a recurring crew of paranormal researchers.
Mazarin continued the policies of Richelieu, bringing the Thirty Years ' War to a successful conclusion in 1648 and defeating the noble challenge to royal absolutism in a series of civil wars known as the Fronde.
The Third Taiwan Strait Crisis in 1995 – 96 escalated tensions between both sides when the PRC tested a series of missiles not far from Taiwan although, arguably, Beijing ran the test to shift the vote in favor of the KMT, already facing a challenge from the opposition Democratic Progressive Party which did not agree with the " One China Policy " shared by the CPC and KMT.
Its development was instigated by ATV producer Renee Goddard, who wanted to produce a programme that could challenge the popularity among children of the BBC's science fiction series Doctor Who ( 1963 – 89 ; 1996 ; 2005 – present ).
* The challenge games ( where the Cup could change leagues ) are to be decided either in a one-game affair, a two-game total goals affair, or a best of three series, to the benefit of both teams involved.
Because the ECAHA was the top hockey league in Canada at the time, the Cup trustees agreed to open the challenges to professional teams .< ref name =" DiamondPrize-19 ">< nowiki > Diamond, Zweig, and Duplacey </ nowiki >, p. 19 </ ref > The first professional competition came one month later during the Wanderers ' two-game, total goals challenge series, which they won 17 goals to 5.
Aided by future Hall of Famers Art Ross and " Bad " Joe Hall, the Thistles defeated the Montreal Wanderers in a two-game, total goals challenge series.
Three leagues competed for the Cup: two league champions faced each other for the right to challenge the third champion in the final series .< ref >< nowiki > Diamond, Zweig, and Duplacey </ nowiki >, pp. 20 – 21 </ ref > This lasted three seasons as the PCHA and the WCHL later merged to form the Western Hockey League ( WHL ) in 1925 .< ref name =" DiamondPrize-21 ">< nowiki > Diamond, Zweig, and Duplacey </ nowiki >, p. 21 </ ref > After winning in the 1924 – 25 season, the Victoria Cougars became the last team outside the NHL to win the Stanley Cup.
The character's initial haughty and often cruel manner begins to soften after his years of imprisonment at the start of the series, but the challenge of undoing past sins and changing old ways is an enormous one for a being who has been set in his ways for billions of years.
At the time a challenge system was in place, which allowed the team that qualified in first position as minor premiers to challenge any team that won through to be the top ranked team in the finals series if it was not the minor premiers.
Fitzroy as minor premiers were allowed to challenge St Kilda – the number one ranked team in the finals series at that point – and the two teams played again the following week in the grand final which Fitzroy won 7. 14.
* In Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey, the title characters challenge Death to a series of games in order to escape Hell, one of which is Twister, where Bill and Ted ultimately defeat Death.
The large number of songs performed in the series, and the subsequent licensing fees existing therein, present a considerable challenge to releasing Kids Incorporated on DVD or returning it to television.
Rattling off a well-rhymed series of city names at an auctioneer's pace has long made the song a challenge for any singer.
The series is divided into four story arcs, in each of which Utena comes to face a different challenge at Ohtori Academy ( Enoki Films calls it " Otori Junior High School ").
For Rothko, this commission presented a new challenge for it was the first time he was required not only to design a coordinated series of paintings, but to produce an artwork space concept for a large, specific interior.
The series has included the trio rowing up the River Thames ( similar to the 1889 novel also named Three Men in a Boat ), sailing from London to the Isle of Wight for a sailing yacht race, borrowing numerous vessels to make their way from Plymouth to the Isles of Scilly, taking to the Irish Canals and Rivers and along with Dara's dog ( Snip Nua ), an escapade travelling throughout the Mediterranean to Venice and most recently attempting to find a boat to take to the anniversary of the Statue of Liberty, where in response to an ongoing challenge between Griff and Dara ( who had each secured a boat each and who refusing to give it up to use the others ) he secured the Nantucket Lightship to use.

0.199 seconds.