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Into and 1950s
Into the 1950s, it was the world's largest mule market.
Following Scarface, she accepted the roles of Isabeau d ' Anjou in Richard Donner's fantasy film Ladyhawke ( 1985 ) opposite Rutger Hauer and Matthew Broderick, Diana in John Landis ' comedy Into the Night ( 1985 ) opposite Jeff Goldblum, Faith Healy in Alan Alda's Sweet Liberty ( 1986 ) opposite Michael Caine, and Brenda Landers in a segment of the 1950s sci-fi parody Amazon Women on the Moon ( 1987 ), all of which, despite achieving only modest commercial success, helped to establish her as an actress.
Into the 1950s, Bel Air boasted a regionally featured horse track, which stood where the Harford Mall is today.
Into the 1950s, the Ramona Show Boat, a paddle wheel steam boat, circled the lake during live shows.
In the 1950s, he played the time-traveller ( also known as " the voice ") in the British sci-fi radio series Journey Into Space.
His later 1970s albums ( with the exception of Jazz, which explored ragtime / vaudeville ) do not fall under a single genre description, but his self-titled first album could be described as blues ; Into the Purple Valley, Boomer's Story, and Paradise and Lunch as folk and blues ; Chicken Skin Music and Showtime as a mix of Tex-Mex and Hawaiian ; Bop Till You Drop as 1950s ' R & B ; and Borderline and Get Rhythm as rock-based.
Into the 1950s, Kinshasa and Brazzaville became culturally linked, and many musicians moved back and forth between them, most importantly including Nino Malapet and the founder of OK Jazz, Jean Serge Essous.
Into the 1940s and 1950s, the growing Liberty City and adjacent Brownsville thrived as a middle income black American community, hosting several churches, hospitals, and community centers.

Into and most
His most recent score is for Werner Herzog's ' Into The Abyss '.
Described by Frank Rich of the New York Times as " now the greatest and perhaps best-known artist in the American musical theater ", his most famous works include ( as composer / lyricist ) A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Company, Follies, A Little Night Music, Sweeney Todd, Sunday in the Park with George and Into the Woods.
This claim was put forth in The Ill-Framed Knight: A Skeptical Inquiry Into the Identity of Sir Thomas Malory, written by the aforementioned William Matthews, a British professor who taught at UCLA ( and is most famous for his transcription of the Diary of Samuel Pepys ).
Singer worked either as an executive producer or producer on eight of Herzog ’ s documentaries starting with “ Lessons of Darkness ” in 1991, “ The Wild Blue Yonder ” – won the International Critics Award at the Venice Film Festival, 2006 and including two of the most recent “ La Boheme, short ”, 2009, andInto the Abyss ”/” Death Row ”, 2011.
" Bump Me Into Parliament " is the most notable Australian IWW song, and is still current.
In 1966, Herman's next musical was the smash hit Mame starring Angela Lansbury, which introduced a string of Herman standards, most notably the ballad " If He Walked Into My Life ", the holiday favorite " We Need a Little Christmas ", and the title tune.
The day after his death, together with news of his death, his most famous poem ' Into Battle ' was published for the first time, in The Times.
The band played on most of its singles, including " I'm Into Something Good ", " Listen People ", " Can't You Hear My Heartbeat ", " Leaning on the Lamp Post ", " Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter ", " A Must to Avoid ", " You Won't Be Leaving ", and " I'm Henry VIII, I Am " ( the last said at the time to be " the fastest-selling song in history ").
Several of the songs on the album, have been popular cover songs since its release in 1970, most prominently the title song, " Moondance " but " Crazy Love ", " Into the Mystic " and " And It Stoned Me " have also been frequently recorded and performed live by popular artists.
Falling Into You became Dion's most critically and commercially successful album: it topped the charts in many countries and became one of the best-selling albums of all time.
Into modern times the Gospel of Peter had been known only from early quotations, especially from a reference by Eusebius to a letter publicly circulated by Serapion in 190 – 203, who had found upon examining it that " most of it belonged to the right teaching of the Saviour ," but that some parts might encourage its hearers to fall into the Docetist heresy.
Into the 1970s, benga was at its most innovative, producing numerous popular bands like Victoria Jazz and the Victoria Kings, the Continental Luo Sweet Band and Luna Kidi Band.
Scared to Dance, the first Skids album, featured the hit 1979 single Into the Valley, the group's most successful single.
The track from that album " Into Action " was reported as the number one most played and requested in 2007 on then XM Satellite Radio channel Fungus 53.
After the Stamp Act in 1765, some of his sermons began to be issued as pamphlets, most notably An Humble Enquiry Into the Nature of the Dependency of the American Colonies upon the Parliament of Great-Britain and the Right of Parliament to Lay Taxes on the said Colonies.
Into the Unknown proved to be the band's most controversial release ; despite favorable reviews from music critics, it was a commercial failure upon initial release, and was characterized as a " misstep " by guitarist Brett Gurewitz.
Into the Unknown is Bad Religion's most controversial release.
His original productions from Reflections have been synced into major motion pictures such as Into the Blue, Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, television ’ s Entertainment Tonight and MTV ’ s Cribs, and international ad campaigns for Motorola, HBO, Land Rover, Ski Vail and most recently for Jeep.
He supplied three tracks for their album Out of the Past Into the Future, marking their return to Ariola Records and their most successful album for 15 years, Two further singles were released from the album, the re-recording of " Dirty Ol ' Man " and new song " Hurry Hurry ".
The band performed most of the songs from " Lean Into It ", with the crowd singing along.
* Into, players going into others squares, resulting in either a play on or Replay ( note: sometimes kids claim " friendly-fire " or " invaders " to escape this ; however, most of the time this is not allowed ).
Into the 1850s, most products from the Midwest traveled the long journey down the Mississippi and east from New Orleans.
The band recorded two songs with American-Dutch female singer Lizanne Hennessey (" Always in my heart " and " Be my friend "), and in 2003 the band co-operated with Swedish singer Åsa Holmberg who recorded one of Lagoonas most well-known songs, " Into my dream ".

Into and product
With Skyborg: Into the Vortex, the company stated, " SkyBox is well-known for its marketing and technological innovations, of which this first-ever interactive, multimedia card line, which is also SkyBox's first CD-ROM product, is only the most recent example.

Into and was
Into the texture of this tapestry of history and human drama Henrietta, as every artist delights to do, wove strands of her own intuitive insights into human nature and -- especially in the remarkable story of the attraction and conflict between two so disparate and fervent characters as this pair -- into the relations of men and women: `` In their relations, she was the giver and he the receiver, nay the demander.
Into the early 20th century, Greenwich Village was distinguished from the upper-class neighborhood of Washington Squarebased on the major landmark Washington Square Park or Empire Ward in the 19th century.
In the UK telefilm Max Headroom: 20 Minutes Into the Future upon which the American series was based, the character was called Grosman and was played by Nickolas Grace.
Into the ditch was dumped large amounts of rubble, gravel and stone, whatever fill was available.
Nights: Journey of Dreams, the sequel to Sega Saturn title Nights Into Dreams was released for the Wii in 2007.
Into these areas, still partly populated by remnants of the Ndebele and Sotho-Tswana, there was also a considerable immigration of members of the various Sotho-Tswana chiefdoms who had fled during the Difaqane.
The first single from the album was " Crash Into Me " and was released as a digital download, along with " Landslide " ( orchestra version ) as a B-side, on March 17, 2009.
Historians agree that the key that unlocked the door for Williams was his first published book, A Key Into the Language of America ( 1643 ).
The English word " squash " derives from askutasquash ( a green thing eaten raw ), a word from the Narragansett language, which was documented by Roger Williams, the founder of Rhode Island, in his 1643 publication A Key Into the Language of America.
The song was released on some say Leland's 2009 album " 50 Miles Into The Main.
He was also a regular and popular guest on the late night BBC Radio 1 programme Into the Night, hosted by Nicky Campbell.
Considered by Allmusic as " the definitive post-classic-era Morrison ", Into the Music, was released in the last year of the 1970s.
Canadian National Basketball Association star Steve Nash, who himself was inspired by Fox when he was a child, directed a 2010 documentary Into the Wind, which aired on ESPN as part of its 30 for 30 series.
Billy Steinberg knew Celine Dion and had written " Falling Into You ," which was the title track of her 1996 album.
The film was the winner of a then-record seven 1995 Golden Raspberry Awards ( from a record thirteen nominations, a record that still stands ) including Worst Picture, Worst Actress ( Elizabeth Berkley ), Worst Director ( Paul Verhoeven ), Worst Screenplay ( Joe Eszterhas ), Worst New Star ( Elizabeth Berkley ), Worst Screen Couple (" any combination of two people ( or two body parts )") and Worst Original Song ( David A. Stewart and Terry Hall for " Walk Into the Wind ").
Another album recorded in 1974 that was rejected by Word Records was Streams of White Light Into Darkened Corners, a documentary album that took " a satirical look at the early 1970s ' religious pop music ' trend from 1970 to 1974 ", written by celebrities who had " jumped on the ` 70s spiritual bandwagon ", and featured Norman singing covers of religious songs by Norman Greenbaum, Paul Simon, George Harrison, Eric Clapton, The Beatles, Randy Newman, Leon Russell, Jackson Browne, and the Rolling Stones, and was not released until 1977 by AB Records.

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