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In 1999, his book of short stories, The Last Tortilla and Other Stories ( University of Arizona Press ), won the Premio Aztlán Literary Prize for the best book by a new Chicano writer, and the Southwest Book Award from the Border Regional Library Association.
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1999 and book
The contemporary historian James W. Loewen agrees with the oral traditions in his book, Lies Across America: What Our Historic Markers and Monuments Get Wrong ( 1999 ), but there is not a consensus within the professional academic community.
In 2007, the Times printed another Editor ’ s Note after Hesser published a review of Vegetable Garden by Patricia Wells without disclosing that in 1999, Wells had contributed a jacket blurb for Hesser ’ s book The Cook and the Garden.
In her 1999 book Le Carré de Pluton (" Pluto's Square "), Bardot criticizes the procedure used in the ritual slaughter of sheep during the Muslim festival of Eid al-Adha.
Barbara was a frequent critic of the Bill Clinton administration and wrote a book about then First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, Hell to Pay: The Unfolding Story of Hillary Rodham Clinton ( 1999 ).
* Based on their book Category Theory for Computing Science, Centre de recherches mathématiques CRM, 1999.
Its practical implementation in the form of local cooperatives has recently been documented by Race Mathews in his 1999 book Jobs of Our Own: Building a Stakeholder Society.
White's rework of the book was extremely well received, and further editions of the work followed in 1972, 1979, and 1999 ; an illustrated edition followed in 2005.
His second book, The American Family: Discovering the Values that Make Us Strong, was published in 1996 and a third book, Worth Fighting For, in 1999.
A popular science version of the book, entitled The Origins of Life: From the birth of life to the origin of language was published in 1999.
" Music Hound, The Essential Album Guide ," a book published in 1999 and edited by Gary Graff and Daniel Durchholz, gave " Forever Changes " a 4. 5 ( out of 5 ) rating.
In 1999, his posthumously published Philosophical Investigations ( 1953 ) was ranked as the most important book of 20th-century philosophy by the Baruch Poll, standing out as "... the one crossover masterpiece in twentieth-century philosophy, appealing across diverse specializations and philosophical orientations ".
Details of how the photo was accomplished were published in the 1999 book, Nessie – the Surgeon's Photograph Exposed, that contains a facsimile of the 1975 article in The Sunday Telegraph.
In 1999 Freeman published another book, The Fateful Hoaxing of Margaret Mead: A Historical Analysis of Her Samoan Research, including previously unavailable material.
* Intron Depot 4: Bullets ( 2004 ) ( color illustration art book collecting his work between 1995 to 1999 )
" Similar criticism of Murray came from the historian Ronald Hutton, in both his 1991 book on ancient paganism, The Pagan Religions of the Ancient British Isles: Their Nature and Legacy and in his 1999 study of Wiccan history, The Triumph of the Moon: A History of Modern Pagan Witchcraft.
Dr. Valerius Geist, who emigrated to Canada from the Soviet Union, wrote in his 1999 book Moose: Behaviour, Ecology, Conservation:
In a 1999 book, Robert Lifton also applied his original ideas about thought reform to Aum Shinrikyo, concluding that in this context thought reform was possible without violence or physical coercion.
In the Beginning ... Was the Command Line is an essay by Neal Stephenson which was originally published online in 1999 and later made available in book form ( November 1999, ISBN 0-380-81593-1 ).
Students in the Period of the Fall of Communism-Life Stories “, published as the book One Hundred Student Revolutions by M. Vaněk and M. Otáhal ( 1999 ), was funded by the Grant Agency AV ČR.
1999 and short
The Senate finished a twenty-one-day trial on February 12, 1999, with the vote ( 55 Not Guilty / 45 Guilty ) on both counts falling short of the Constitutional two-thirds majority requirement to convict and remove an officeholder.
On December 21, 1999 a short piece, written by Watterson to mark the forthcoming end of the comic strip Peanuts, was published in the Los Angeles Times.
Among the pieces he played was his own first composition, written two years previously: a short piece called " The Course of the Danube " ( de Toth 1999 ).
Despite initial activity in the Lords, his career there was cut short by the House of Lords Act 1999.
In 1999, his Australian tour was cut short when he had to be hospitalized in Darwin with viral meningitis.
Selections of the winners, various short listed fiction, and essays have appeared in four Tiptree-related collections, Flying Cups and Saucers ( 1999 ) and a series of annual anthologies published by Tachyon Publications of San Francisco.
Hess died in 1999 while the team, plagued by injuries, produced an eight win record, falling short of a playoff berth.
The story of the Night's Dawn Trilogy is separated over three books: The Reality Dysfunction ( 1996 ), The Neutronium Alchemist ( 1997 ), and The Naked God ( 1999 ); but is also supported by " A Second Chance at Eden ", a collection of short stories which provide insight into the history of Hamilton's universe.
In addition to Amos, the group was composed of Steve Caton ( who would later play guitars on all her subsequent albums until 1999 ), drummer Matt Sorum, bass player Brad Cobb and, for a short time, keyboardist Jim Tauber.
The short form, " blog ," was coined by Peter Merholz, who jokingly broke the word weblog into the phrase we blog in the sidebar of his blog Peterme. com in April or May 1999.
The band again took a short break before returning in 1999 with the single " Pumping on Your Stereo ".
It has also been adapted to films, The Sacrifice ( 1909 ), Love's Surprises Are Futile ( 1916 ), The Gift of the Magi ( 1917 ), Dary magów ( Poland, 1972 ), part of O. Henry's Full House ( 1952 ), The Gift of Love ( 1978 ), The Gift of the Magi ( 1958 ), Christmas Eve on Sesame Street ( 1978 ), Mickey's Once Upon A Christmas gift ( 1999 ), The Gift of the Magi ( 2004 ) and the short film for the Irish band The Script in 2010 called For the First Time.
In 1999, Hughes did a short tribute tour to Tommy Bolin in Texas, with Tommy's brother Johnny ( of Black Oak Arkansas ) on drums.
Brust's short story " When The Bow Breaks " was nominated for the 1999 Nebula Award, although it did not reach the final ballot.
In 1999, Robinson returned to star in a one-off Blackadder short film to celebrate the millennium, entitled Blackadder: Back & Forth.
AF2 ( styled as af2 and short for arenafootball2 ) was the name of the Arena Football League's developmental league ; it was founded in 1999 and played its first season in 2000.
Bicentennial Man ( 1999 ) was the first theatrical movie adaptation of an Asimov story or novel, based on both Asimov's original short story and its novel expansion The Positronic Man.
Most of these pieces have been collected in King's five short story collections: Night Shift ( 1978 ), Skeleton Crew ( 1985 ), Nightmares & Dreamscapes ( 1993 ), Everything's Eventual ( 2002 ), and Just After Sunset ( 2008 ); and in King's four novella collections: Different Seasons ( 1982 ), Four Past Midnight ( 1990 ), Hearts in Atlantis ( 1999 ), and Full Dark, No Stars ( 2010 ).
Hearts in Atlantis ( 1999 ) is a collection of two novellas and three short stories by Stephen King, all connected to one another by recurring characters and taking place in roughly chronological order.