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Into the 20th century Cremorne became increasingly industrial.
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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 2003, a " 20th Anniversary Edition " of Into Battle was released the first time in CD form in Germany, including bonus tracks and a bonus DVD of their promo videos and a selected discography slideshow of album art.
Into the 20th century, opera composers included Richard Strauss ( Der Rosenkavalier ) and Engelbert Humperdinck, who wrote operas meant for young audiences.
Into the early 20th century, its St. John Military Academy was a respected private school for young men.
Into the 20th century, manufacturing grew and extractive industries declined with the last coal mine closing in 1919.
Into the 20th century, non-battle-trained elephants were used for other military purposes as late as World War II, particularly because the animals could perform tasks in regions that were problematic for modern vehicles.
In his seminal book Peasants Into Frenchmen: The Modernization of Rural France, 1880 – 1914 ( 1976 ), historian Eugen Weber traced the modernization of French villages and argued that rural France went from backward and isolated to modern and possessing a sense of French nationhood during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Into the 20th century the village was almost completely owned and divided by the adjoining estates of Mar: Auchendryne and Invercauld on one side ; and Castleton on the other.
Into the 20th century the cities of Trento and Trieste gave the name of podest to their chief magistrate.
In the 20th century, examples include: Agustín Barrios's Julia Florida ; the second movement of Villa-Lobos's Trio No. 2 ( 1915 ) ( which contains a Berceuse-Barcarolla ); the first movement of Francis Poulenc's Napoli Suite for solo piano ( 1925 ); George Gershwin's Dance of the Waves ( 1937 ); Ned Rorem's three Barcaroles for piano, composed in Morocco ( 1949 ); " The Kings ' Barcarole " from Leonard Bernstein's Candide ( 1956 ); and " Agony " from Stephen Sondheim's Into the Woods.
Into the 20th century, Thomas Lowry and his partners assumed control of the insolvent McCrory's Motor Line.
Into the 20th century, Stuyvesant Street ran east all the way through to Second Avenue, fronting St. Mark's Church in-the-Bowery, but the portion of the street between 10th Street and Second Avenue, directly in front of the church, is now Abe Lebewohl Park.
Into the 20th century, immigration from Italy, Ireland, Armenia, China, Germany, Finland and elsewhere was widespread.
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Into the 19th century, a system prevailed of dividing the land into prazos ( large agricultural estates ) which the natives cultivated for the benefit of the European leaseholders, who were also tax-collector for each district and claimed the tax either in labour or produce, a system that kept the sharecropping farmers in a state of serfdom.
However, the historian Kaiming Chiu argues in his The Introduction of Spectacles Into China that spectacles were introduced into China as far back as the late 13th century.
Into the older Arab town of Yathrib, Jews arrived as refugees in the 2nd century AD in the wake of the Jewish – Roman wars.
Benjamin Balint says it was the " Contentious Magazine That Transformed the Jewish Left Into the Neoconservative Right " Historian Richard Pells concludes that " no other journal of the past half century has been so consistently influential, or so central to the major debates that have transformed the political and intellectual life of the United States.
Into the 21st century, Hotmail remains the world's largest e-mail provider with over 369 million registered users.
Into England, it is argued, stirrups were not introduced by the Scandinavian settlers of the 9th century but are more likely related to later Viking raids led by Cnut the Great and others during the reign of king Aethelred ( 978-1013 ).
Into the mid-nineteenth century, bookbinders of home-grown literature typically hand-made their books and sold them in small quantities.
Into the eighteenth century scholars could feel oddly comfortable in both camps — like the German Johann Becher, who produced sober and unexceptionable work on mineralogy called Physica Subterranea, but who also was certain that, given the right materials, he could make himself invisible.
In the 17th century, Roger Williams, a co-founder of Rhode Island, learned the tribe's language, documenting it in his 1643 work, A Key Into the Language of America.
Into the 19th century, the Napoleonic invasion devastated the country and its early attempts for industrialization and led to political unstability, so Spain remained politically and culturally isolated from the rest of Europe.
Some of these early pieces were lost, but Los celos hacen estrellas (" Jealousies Turn Into Stars ") by Juan Hidalgo and Juan Vélez, which premiered in 1672, survives and gives us some sense of what the genre was like in the 17th century.
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Into the late 1960s, nationally televised, multi-cultural concerts held in Ottawa were added, and the fête became known as Festival Canada ; after 1980 the Canadian government began to promote the celebrating of Dominion Day beyond the national capital, giving grants and aid to cities across the country to help fund local activities.
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.
; Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Riley was introduced in the show's fourth season as a recurring character and became a regular in the episode " Doomed " and continued on as a regular until season five's " Into the Woods ", and appeared once afterward.
The band was initially a huge success in Japan, and became famous internationally in 1991, with the release of their second album, Lean Into It.
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 late 1960s, nationally televised, multi-cultural concerts held in Ottawa were added, and the fête became known as Festival Canada.
The tune of Lillibullero was adopted by the British Broadcasting Corporation's World War II programme Into Battle and became the unofficial march of the Commandos of the British Army.
Into 1954, Page had further hits, including " Cross Over the Bridge ," which also over-dubbed Page's vocals and became a major hit, peaking at No. 2, nearly reaching the top spot.
The band's new album, Into the Gap, was released in early 1984 and became one of the year's biggest sellers, selling five million copies worldwide.
Brown Brigade's debut album Into the Mouth of Badd ( d ) ness was released September 18, 2007 in Canada and Japan only and became critically successful, even though it was not released widely in the US and have not brought the band any outside attention, the band still continues to tour Canada in support of the album.
After returning to Sweden, he headed the Swedish Vietnam Committee and became co-chair of International Commission of Inquiry Into U. S. War Crimes in Indochina.
Into the Iron Age, Cheshire became occupied by the Celtic Cornovii, bordering the Brigantes to the North and the Deceangli and Ordovices to the West.
Laktionov became most famous for his genre paintings such as Into a New Flat ( 1952 ) and Old Age Provided For ( 1958 – 60 ).
After making her debut in an episode of Into the Labyrinth in 1982, and a two-episode stint in Grange Hill in 1984, she became a household name for her performance in the title role in Dennis Potter's drama Blackeyes.
He began performing in the late 1990s, appearing in several television films and series, and became known as a film actor after roles in Lords of Dogtown, The Emperor's Club, The Girl Next Door, Alpha Dog, and Into the Wild.
The biggest hit from the album was Into the Valley, which became Skids ' best known song, and was adopted and sung by fans of Dunfermline Athletic F. C., the band's local football team, as well as Charlton Athletic F. C.
James O ' Neill later became the model for James Tyrone, the frugal, mercurial, unseeing father character in Eugene O ' Neill's posthumous autobiographical play Long Day's Journey Into Night, which tells the story of the Tyrone family, which closely resembles the O ' Neill family.
In 1948, Adventures Into the Unknown became the first regularly published horror title, enjoying a nearly two decade lifespan.
In 1948, Adventures Into the Unknown became the first regularly published horror title, enjoying a nearly two decade life-span.