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In answer to a New York Times query on what is fame ( `` Thoughts On Fame '', October 23, 1960 ), Carl said: `` Fame is a figment of a pigment.
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It is a desperate effort to prop up a sagging candidate who has proven he cannot answer any questions about New Jersey's problems.
A definition of cocktail appeared in the May 13, 1806, edition of The Balance and Columbian Repository, a publication in Hudson, New York, in which an answer was provided to the question, " What is a cocktail ?".
In many common law jurisdictions ( e. g. the Republic of Ireland, Canada, Hong Kong, India, Australia, New Zealand ), an indictable offence is an offence which can only be tried on an indictment after a preliminary hearing to determine whether there is a prima facie case to answer or by a grand jury ( in contrast to a summary offence ).
Following the relative success in 1964-5 of student organizing as opposed to the failure of community organizing, in 1966 the New Left began to overturn the traditional Marxist focus on the proletariat, arguing that the Left should answer the needs of students and tap student power.
He returned to New York City in 1951 to answer questions concerning his association with organized crime figures and the accusations followed him for the rest of his life.
This work reiterated and amplified the arguments in Bloody Tenent ; but it has the advantage of being written in answer to Cotton's elaborate defense of New England persecution, A Reply to Mr. Williams his Examination ( Publications of the Narragansett Club, vol.
" Horace Greeley in the New York Tribune wrote " When a sincere republican is asked to say in sober earnest what adequate reason he can give, for refusing the demand of women to an equal participation with men in political rights, he must answer, None at all.
" The New York based Even Dozen Jug Band was the Elektra label's answer to the Kweskin band and featured ( among others ) Maria D ' Amato, Joshua Rifkin, David Grisman, Stefan Grossman, John Sebastian, and Steve Katz.
By Wednesday September 7, 1864, the delegates from Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island gave a positive answer to the Canadian delegation, expressing the view that the federation of all of the provinces was considered desirable if the terms of union could be made satisfactory and the question of Maritime Union was waived.
As an answer to Hans Hellwigs complaints about the interventionist excesses of the Erhard ministry and the Ordoliberals, Mises wrote, “ I have no illusions about the true character of the politics and politicians of the social market economy .” According to Mises, Erhard ´ s teacher, Franz Oppenheimer “ taught more or less the New Frontier line of ” President Kennedy ´ s “ Harvard consultants ( Schlesinger, Galbraith, etc.
Whatever degree of confirmation modern interpreters would derive from this answer of Jesus, according to the New Testament, it was not enough for Pilate to view Jesus as a real political threat.
Taking a suggestion from Henry Cowell's book New Musical Resources, which he bought in New York in 1939, Nancarrow found the answer in the player piano, with its ability to produce extremely complex rhythmic patterns at a speed far beyond the abilities of humans.
In an opinion segment of New Scientist magazine published in August 2009, reporter Andy Coghlan cited William Rees of the University of British Columbia and epidemiologist Warren Hern of the University of Colorado at Boulder, saying that human beings, despite considering themselves civilized thinkers, are " subconsciously still driven by an impulse for survival, domination and expansion ... an impulse which now finds expression in the idea that inexorable economic growth is the answer to everything, and, given time, will redress all the world's existing inequalities.
Soccer Australia was involved in financial problems: the non-existent financial contribution meant that the Australian players had to pay their own way to get to New Zealand, so Scott Chipperfield became the only one of Australia's large European contingent to answer the call and perform for his country in their time of need, resulting in a weak team for the tournament.
The two different but diverging paths along which these rights evolved and operate in Anglo-American jurisprudence ( one through rights expressed in an entrenched constitution, the other in Acts of Parliament specifying rights or protections at common law ) can be seen today in Commonwealth nations like Australia and New Zealand, where police officers are still required at common law to issue " Miranda-style " warnings ( but which are completely unrelated to the US Miranda warning ruling ) and inform an arrested person that they do not have to answer any questions but that whatever they do say ( or do ) can be used in court as evidence.
The answer is actually former New York Jets running back Matt Snell and former Pittsburg Steelers defensive tackle Ernie Stautner, who appeared together in a Miller Lite commercial.
In 1824 the Governor of New South Wales, Sir Thomas Brisbane, commissioned Hamilton Hume and former Royal Navy Captain William Hovell to lead an expedition to find new grazing land in the south of the colony, and also to find an answer to the mystery of where New South Wales's western rivers flowed.
Roberta Smith described the work in The New York Times: " Demuth's famous visionary accounting of Williams, I Saw the Figure Five in Gold, a painting whose title and medallion-like arrangement of angled forms were both inspired by a verse the poet wrote after watching a fire engine streak past him on a rainy Manhattan street while waiting for Marsden Hartley, whose studio he was visiting, to answer his door.
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Following his capture Blood refused to answer to anyone but the king and was consequently taken to the palace, bound in chains, where he was questioned by King Charles, Prince Rupert, the Duke of York, and other members of the royal family.
Plus a debate in the New York Review of Books: Defense of Mother Teresa, Hitchens ' answer, Leys ' reply.
In response to growing criticism of its monopolistic power, New York state passed the Educational Testing Act, a disclosure law which required ETS to make available certain test questions and graded answer sheets to students.
A leading astrophysicist suggests that the answer to the millennia-old question is both ", Scientific American ( ISSN 0036-8733 ), Volume 305, Number 2, August 2011, Scientific American division of Nature America, Inc, New York, NY.
Red-brick semis are a common sight throughout downtown neighbourhoods and older suburbs ; in fact, they are so typical of Toronto they could be seen as its answer to the New York City brownstone.
: Your letter of yesterday is received & I hasten to answer as fully as I can -- Joseph Smith Jr first come to my notice in the year 1824 in the summer of that year I contracted with his father to build a fence on my property in the corse of that work I approach Joseph & ask how it is in a half day you put up what requires your father & 2 brothers a full day working together he says I have not been with out assistance but can not say more only you better find out the next day I take the older Smith by the arm & he says Joseph can see any thing he wishes by looking at a stone Joseph often sees Spirits here with great kettles of coin money it was Spirits who brought up rock because Joseph made no attempt on their money I latter dream I converse with spirits which let me count their money when I awake I have in my hand a dollar coin which I take for a sign Joseph describes what I seen in every particular says he the spirits are grieved so I through back the dollar in the fall of the year 1827 I hear Joseph found a gold bible I take Joseph aside & he says it is true I found it 4 years ago with my stone but only just got it because of the enchantment the old spirit come to me 3 times in the same dream & says dig up the gold but when I take it up the next morning the spirit transfigured himself from a white salamander in the bottom of the hole & struck me 3 times & held the treasure & would not let me have it because I lay it down to cover over the hole when the spirit says do not lay it down Joseph says when can I have it the spirit says one year from to day if you obay me look to the stone after a few days he looks the spirit says bring your brother Alvin Joseph says he is dead shall I bring what remains but the spirit is gone Joseph goes to get the gold bible but the spirit says you did not bring your brother you can not have it look to the stone Joseph looks but can not see who to bring the spirit says I tricked you again look to the stone Joseph looks & sees his wife on the 22d day of Sept 1827 they get the gold bible -- I give Joseph $ 50 to move him down to Pa Joseph says when you visit me I will give you a sign he gives me some hiroglyphics I take then to Utica Albany & New York in the last place Dr Mitchel gives me an introduction to Professor Anthon says he they are short hand Egyption the same what was used in ancient times bring me the old book & I will translate says I it is made of precious gold & is sealed from view says he I can not read a sealed book -- Joseph found some giant silver specticles with the plates he puts them in an old hat & in the darkness reads the words & in this way it is all translated & written down -- about the middle of June 1829 Joseph takes me together with Oliver Cowdery & David Whitmer to have a view of the plates our names are appended to the book of Mormon which I had printed with my own money -- space and time both prevent me from writing more at present if there is any thing further you wish to inquire I shall attend to it
Messages were now being relayed over longer and longer distances, and in February 1917 a message was sent from New York to Los Angeles and an answer received in one hour and twenty minutes.
As Fisher was no longer considered an alleged illegal alien, but rather an alleged spy, he was flown from Texas to New York on August 7, 1957, to answer the indictment.
Susan, then a college student, is at a museum in New York observing an exhibit of " the first talking robot ": a large computer that takes up the whole room and can answer questions posed to it verbally by visitors.
The studio audience was shown the answer in advance and Maguire based his answer on the audience's reaction ; during the 1940s, New York radio studio audiences included many Brooklynites, and they cheered wildly whenever Brooklyn was mentioned in any context.
" Prior to the episode's official broadcast on television in the United States, Jarett Wieselman of the New York Post called Limbaugh's guest appearance in the episode " genuinely funny ," and David Weigel of Slate commented, " I'm not at all surprised that Limbaugh would embrace the show and answer its mockery of conservatives ; the plotline is a perfect conservative narrative.
Chevra Hatzalah in New York has more than a thousand volunteer EMTs and Paramedics who answer more than 250, 000 calls each year with private vehicles and a fleet of more than 70 ambulances.
Parks ' first game show was Party Line on NBC ( broadcast from New York City NBC flagship station WNBT ), which involved viewers calling in to answer questions and win $ 5 prizes ; Party Line ran from June 8 to August 31, 1947, making its one surviving episode the oldest known game show and one of the oldest surviving television shows to have been recorded.
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However, by comparing the TV snatches, two different radio station re-runs, and the censored Los Angeles Times version, I found that the radio stations had edited out questions ( ABC removed the one regarding Laos ) or even a paragraph out of the middle of the President's answer.
" He responded to such rumours by telling Playboy and other interviewers that he was not gay, and telling Lesley White of the Sunday Times, " I chose for a long time not to answer these questions because of the manner in which they were asked, and because I was never talking to someone I trusted, so why should I?
There are other differences like nounal anagram indicators and in current Times crosswords, unindicated definition by example: " bay " in the clue indicating HORSE in the answer, without a qualification like " bay, perhaps ".
In September 2009, Horn told The Times that he preferred not to answer questions about his wife, but confirmed that she was still in a coma.
Shelton refused to answer questions from the committee about any affiliation with the Communist Party or about fellow Times staffer Matilda Landsman, and was indicted by a grand jury for contempt.
As an answer to his detractors, he wrote his Mémoires, which are a useful complement to the History of his own Times.
The Los Angeles Times called the book, " A well-documented, even-tempered and witty answer, I might say antidote, to such toxic recent bestsellers as Bernard Goldberg's ' Bias.
* Sports writers from USA Today and The Washington Times answer the question, " What is Sports Journalism?
Keller is reported to have refused to answer questions from The Times public editor, Byron Calame, on the timing of the December 16, 2005 article on the classified National Security Agency ( NSA ) Terrorist Surveillance Program.
The newspaper was descended from the Los Angeles Examiner, founded in 1903 by William Randolph Hearst as a union-friendly answer to the Los Angeles Times.
In 1934 J. Arthur Rank, Lady Yule and John Corefield formed the British National Films Company and went into production in answer to the challenge by the Evening News to the Methodist Times.
In 1999 Los Angeles Times writer John Glionna reported on meeting a man at the booth who claimed the Holy Spirit had instructed him to answer the phone.
In an editorial, the New York Times reports Pickens " has decided that drilling for more oil is not the whole answer to the nation's energy problems.
Asta's enduring fame is such that the name is a frequent answer in The New York Times crossword puzzles ( crosswordese ), in response to clues such as " Thin Man dog " or " Dog star.
A January 1, 2006 column accused Times executive editor, Bill Keller, and publisher, Arthur Sulzberger, Jr., of " stonewalling " for refusing to answer Calame ’ s questions on about how long Keller had held up publication of a December 16, 2005, story about National Security Agency classified wiretapping programs.
" She's a beloved presence in the soap world ," Jason Bonderoff, managing editor of Soap Opera Digest told the Times, who also called her " daytime's answer to Angela Lansbury.
Ben Brantley, reviewing for the New York Times, wrote: " About halfway into its intermissionless 90 minutes, Little Fish starts to lose its shapely, sharp-edged contours and turn into a sentimental, well, blob ... Mr. LaChiusa ... and Ms. Daniele have done a swell job of fashioning a lively musical about what it means to feel lifeless in contemporary Manhattan ... Like many American musical composers under 50, Mr. LaChiusa is an artistic descendant of Mr. Sondheim, and in many ways Little Fish can be regarded as a direct, latter-day answer to Company.
The Man Next Door ( 1968 ), described by the New York Times as " the British answer to Portnoy's complaint ", tackles British suburban anti-semitism.