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fall and 1955
He continued to do so in a series of other films: I vinti (" The Vanquished ", 1952 ), a trio of stories, each set in a different country ( France, Italy and England ), about juvenile delinquency ; La signora senza camelie ( The Lady Without Camellias, 1953 ) about a young film star and her fall from grace ; and Le amiche ( The Girlfriends, 1955 ) about middle class women in Turin.
During this time ( and indeed, as late as the fall of 1955 ), Haley did not have a permanent lead guitar player, choosing to use session musicians on record and either playing lead guitar himself or having Williamson play steel solos.
Mulroney had not been involved in politics at any level prior to entering St. Francis Xavier University in the fall of 1955 as a 16-year-old freshman.
was exhibited at the Poznan Trade Fair in the fall of 1955.
Grand Forks Air Force Base was established on 1 December 1955, with construction beginning in the fall of that year.
In the summer of 1955, it appeared that Saturday Night would be Sondheim's musical debut on Broadway that fall.
The Army of the Republic of Viet Nam-ARVN ( Vietnamese: Quân Lực Việt Nam Cộng Hòa-QLVNCH ), sometimes referred to as the South Vietnamese Army ( SVA ), was the Ground Forces branch of the Republic of Vietnam ’ s Military Forces, the official military of the Republic of Vietnam ( South Vietnam ) which existed from 1955 until the fall of Saigon in 1975.
Annie outlived all of her siblings, dying in 1955 after suffering an injury after a fall.
After Marty McFly returns to 1985 after repairing the damage to history by making his parents-to-be fall in love in 1955, his friend Dr. Emmett Brown has him travel to 2015 to prevent his future son from getting involved with Biff Tannen's grandson Griff.
1955 – 1970: After the fall of Perón, the socialists regained the upper hand in local politics ; the city reached the peak in activities like construction business and building industry.
Master's degree graduate programs were initiated in 1955, and ASU began offering its first doctoral degree, in educational leadership, in the fall of 1992.
Nilakanta Sastri, History of South India, From Prehistoric times to fall of Vijayanagar, 1955, OUP, New Delhi ( Reprinted 2002 ), ISBN 0-19-560686-8
Following Perón's fall in 1955, this loyalty continued intact.
After the fall of the Peronist regime in 1955 its vital structure, the CGT, a union of all trade unions, came under receivership from the military government, displacing its leadership.
In the context of Economy Minister Alsogaray's " shock treatment " and ensuing inflation, the contracts that had been frozen by law in 1958 meant that the real salaries, which already had been sliding since Perón's fall in 1955, fell even further.
He remained as producer and head writer of the series for five of its six seasons, writing the pilot and 153 episodes with Madelyn Pugh and Bob Carroll Jr. ( joined in the fall of 1955 by writers Bob Schiller and Bob Weiskopf ).
16th National Tour ( Note: the 15th National Tour, in the fall of 1955, was renamed: 16th National Tour, just weeks before the start of the JATP Tour ): Fall, 1955.
The first classes were held at the college in the fall of 1955 with about 40 students.
Made for a cost of $ 4 million in the fall of 1955, it was the most expensive comedy film produced at the time.
Through several lengthy meetings and consultations in the fall of 1955, the location for the bridge and its approaches were selected.
Passenger services to Usk and Monmouth ended in 1955, and the line to Neath and Swansea ( which also stopped at a station called Pontypool Clarence Street on the edge of the town centre ) closed in 1964-the latter being the only rail service in the area which actually did fall victim to Dr Beeching.
In the early 1950s, Dawson was linked by road to Alaska, and in fall 1955, with Whitehorse along a road that now forms part of the Klondike Highway.
He suffered a serious fall indoors at his home in Kent in June 1955 and died in a private nursing home on October 15, 1955.

fall and thought
As a result, they believe it is unremarkable the universe's fundamental constants happen to fall within the narrow range thought to be compatible with life.
All forms of predatory and thought coercion fall into this category.
In 1907, beginning with a simple thought experiment involving an observer in free fall, he embarked on what would be an eight-year search for a relativistic theory of gravity.
When Baum had been touring New York State in the title role, the actor playing the ghost fell through the floorboards, and the rural audience thought it was part of the show and demanded that the actor repeat the fall, because they thought it was funny.
The proverb " pride goes before a fall " ( from the biblical Book of Proverbs, 16: 18 ) is thought to summate the modern use of hubris.
In other words, the modern definition may be thought of as, " that pride that comes just before the fall ".
Meanwhile the now adult sons of his predecessor Ancus Marcius thought that the throne should fall to them.
The oldest preserved parts of the text are not thought to be appreciably older than around 400 BCE, though the origins of the story probably fall between the 8th and 9th centuries BCE.
Meconium had been thought to be sterile until the team of researchers from the University of Valencia in Spain found bacterial communities in it so developed that they seemed to fall into two categories.
The process of speciation may fall within the purview of either, depending on the forces thought to drive it.
Austen turns the conventions of eighteenth-century novels on their head, by making her heroine a plain and undistinguished girl from a middle-class family, allowing the heroine to fall in love with the hero before he has a serious thought of her, and exposing the heroine's romantic fears and curiosities as groundless.
But with the Empire's fall to the Goths in A. D. 476, Neo-Platonism gave way to the spread of Christianity in the Western world, leaving Aristotle's multiple " essences " unchallenged to dominate philosophical thought throughout the Middle Ages on into the era of modern science.
In early 1896, in the wave of excitement following Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen's discovery of X-rays the previous fall, Becquerel thought that phosphorescent materials, such as some uranium salts, might emit penetrating X-ray-like radiation when illuminated by bright sunlight.
Academic explanations of ethnic conflict generally fall into one of three schools of thought: primordialist, instrumentalist or constructivist.
The causes of ethnic conflict are debated by political scientists and sociologists who generally fall into one of three schools of thought: primordialist, instrumentalist, and constructivist.
W can also be thought of as the allowed error tolerance in the final position, since the final point of the motion must fall within ± of the target's center.
A classmate first thought Castellaneta would " fall on his face with improvisation " but soon " was churning out material faster than could make it work.
He transformed something you'd just written-what you hoped was in a Frankie Howerd idiom-but when you heard him do it, my God, it was something else ;-it was gossiping over the garden wall, the apparent waffle-he was like a tightrope walker, you thought he's going to fall off in a minute, you thought, ' Come on, Frank ', we're waiting for a laugh, and then, suddenly, Bang.
Local discussion of national politics tends to fall within the spectrum of moderately conservative to arch-conservative thought.
Adelard also displays original thought of a scientific bent, raising the question of the shape of the Earth ( he believed it round ) and the question of how it remains stationary in space, and also the interesting question of how far a rock would fall if a hole were drilled through the Earth and a rock dropped through it, see center of gravity.
Judging from archaeological remains, they are thought to date back to approximately the 10th century BCE, although their most productive period of civilization is usually considered to be the Postclassic era between the fall of Teotihuacan and the rise of the Aztec Empire.
Medieval schools of thought would have condemned sloth, portraying negative consequences of those who fall into sloth, which essentially, is what the poet is trying to convey.

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