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In his early years he played with the camel foals and goats, and his love for camels earned him the nickname " Abu Bakr ", the father of the foal of the camel.
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Steinberg claims that these early years of orchestra participation were of invaluable help to his career.
In recent years, however, a wind of change seems to be blowing through early English historical circles.
Andre Malraux's The Walnut Trees Of Altenburg was written in the early years of the second World War, during a period of enforced leisure when he was taken prisoner by the Germans after the fall of France.
My husband's hours away from home for the past years have been from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. the early part of the week, and as late as 8 or 9 on week-ends.
Or it might have been the absent nephews she addressed, consciously playing with the notion that this was one of the summers of their early years.
During these early years the repair of watches and clocks and the building of special clocks for church steeples formed an important part of the young man's occupation.
One of the most beautiful buildings in Istanbul, it was constructed in the early years of the Seventeenth Century, with a huge central dome, two half domes that seem to cascade down from it, and smaller full domes around the gallery.
Eight years ago while we were going through the mud-sweat-and-tears construction period, we were each solaced by the vision of early morning dips and evening home-comings to a cool family collected around the pool with a buffet table laid out nearby for the lord and master's delectation.
That his moods, even in his early years, are those of his people, does him honor, as his music honors those who inspired it.
He worked in oil for years before beginning his work in watercolor, and his first public recognition and early honors, including his election to the Academy, were for his essays in the heavier medium.
When it comes to rate of early growth, the Indian python leads with a figure of about 3 feet 6 inches per year for the first two years, more or less.
In the primary grades, reading permeates almost every aspect of school progress, and the children's early experiences of success or failure in learning to read often set a pattern of total achievement that is relatively enduring throughout the following years.
Throughout the early years of World War 2,, reports persisted that the Axis powers had used gas -- Germany in Russia, Japan in China again.
They arrived in Washington about the same time during the early postwar years: Kennedy as the young Congressman from Massachusetts ; ;
While women had always attended ball games in small numbers ( it was the part of a `` dead game sport '' in the early years of the twentieth century to be taken out to the ball park and to root, root, root for the home team ), they had often sat in patient martyrdom, unable even to read the scoreboard, which sometimes seemed to indicate that one team led another by a score of three hundred and eighty to one hundred and fifty-one.
The discovery that movies are a form of fiction was made in the early years of this century and it was made chiefly by two men, a French magician, Georges Melies, and an American employee of Edison, Edwin S. Porter.
The effort produced a valuable record of stage techniques in the early years of the century and some interesting records of great theater figures who would otherwise be only names.
Theresa had seen him through the right college, into the right fraternity, and though pursued by various girls and various mammas of girls, safely married to the right sort, however much in the early years of that match his wife, Anne, had not seemed to understand poor George.
In its early years, there were many variants of the Greek alphabet, a situation which caused many different alphabets to evolve from it.
Portugal has been present in Angola for 400 years, occupied the territory in the 19th and early 20th century, and ruled over it for about 50 years.
The order is thought to have first diverged from other related monocots some 120-130 million years ago ( early in the Cretaceous period ), although given the difficulty in classifying the families involved, estimates are likely to be uncertain.
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In the early 1990s, the latter group blamed Armenia's economic woes on the role played by the former in closing major industries.
Evolving from older bat-and-ball games, an early form of baseball was being played in England by the mid-eighteenth century.
Another early reference reports that " base ball " was regularly played on Saturdays in 1823 on the outskirts of New York City in an area that today is Greenwich Village.
In the very early part of the 20th century, known as the " dead-ball era ", baseball rules and equipment favored the " inside game " and the game was played more violently and aggressively than it is today.
After expressing his interest to play in the 2011 fourth edition of the Indian Premier League ( IPL ), and despite not having have played active cricket for four years, Brian Lara still managed to attract the highest reserve price of $ 400, 000 ahead of the IPL players ' auction in early January 2011 ; however, no franchise bought him.
Béla displayed notable musical talent very early in life: according to his mother, he could distinguish between different dance rhythms that she played on the piano before he learned to speak in complete sentences ( Gillies 1990, 6 ).
By the early 1910s, Jefferson began traveling frequently to Dallas, where he met and played with fellow blues musician Lead Belly.
" According to North Carolina musician Walter Davis, Jefferson played on the streets in Johnson City, Tennessee, during the early 1920s at which time Davis and fellow entertainer Clarence Greene learned the art of blues guitar.
Nonetheless, immigrants, Arabic-speaking or otherwise, played a significant role, along with Islam, in the formation and early evolution of these states.
In the summer of 2011, the band played at several festivals in Russia, and toured in Australia and Brazil in early 2012.
Despite this comparison, a fragment of a non-Christian parchment Codex of Demosthenes, De Falsa Legatione from Oxyrhynchus in Egypt demonstrates that the surviving evidence is insufficient to conclude whether Christians played a major, if not central, role in the development of early codices, or if they simply adopted the format to distinguish themselves from Jews.
Although Latin Jazz is most popularly associated with artists from the Caribbean ( particularly Cuba ) and Brazil, young Mexican Americans have played a role in its development over the years, going back to the 1930s and early 1940s, the era of the zoot suit, when young Mexican American musicians in Los Angeles and San Jose began to experiment with banda, a Jazz-like Mexican music that has grown recently in popularity among Mexican Americans such as Jenni Rivera.
In his 1810 book entitled The Sports and Pastimes of the People of England, Joseph Strutt describes the way pall mall was played in England in the early 17th century: " Pale-maille is a game wherein a round box ball is struck with a mallet through a high arch of iron, which he that can do at the fewest blows, or at the number agreed upon, wins.
Whilst the name pall mall and various games bearing this name may have been played elsewhere ( France and Italy ) the description above suggests that the croquet-like games were certainly popular in England as early as 1611.
Some early sources refer to pall mall being played over a large distance ( as in golf ), however an image in Strutt's 1801 book clearly shows a croquet-like ground billiards game ( balls on ground, hoop, bats and peg ) being played over a, garden-sized distance.
A game of Croquet being played at Eglinton Country Park | Eglinton Castle, North Ayrshire, in the early 1860s.
However, the club played poorly in the early season, finding themselves 10 games under. 500 at the end of June.
In the early phases bones of numerous bodies are often found together and it has been argued that this suggests that in death at least, the status of individuals was played down.
She appeared on the television series Taxi in the early 1980s, as the wife of the character played by Andy Kaufman, winning two Emmy Awards for her work.