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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.
Into the early 1900s, Darien was one of the largest ports for shipping lumber.
The genre is strongly influenced by the early work of Black Sabbath, who formed a prototype for doom metal with songs such as " Black Sabbath ", " Electric Funeral " and " Into the Void ".
Into the early sound era, Fleischer produced many technically advanced and sophisticated animated films.
Into the early 1900s Europe remained the center of science research, notably in England and Germany.
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 early 20th century, its St. John Military Academy was a respected private school for young men.
As early as 3 March 1914, Nazarene mission policy developed for the work in Japan by Reynolds encouraged the creation of " self-supporting and self-governing churches ": When a Mission Church reaches a place where it can become entirely self supporting it shall be organized by the District Missionary Superintendent ( SIC ) Into a self supporting body according to the manual of the Pentecostal Church of the Nazarene adapted to the needs peculiar to the country, and shall be governed by the same.
In early 2004, The Libertines won Best Band at the NME Awards, despite the fact that " Don't Look Back Into The Sun " was their only official release during the preceding year.
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.
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.
It appeared in Animal House ( Mayor Carmine DePasto owns an Oldsmobile dealership and allows his vehicles to be used during the parade ), Trading Places ( Duke & Duke limousine ), Thriller ( Jackson's car ), Twilight Zone: The Movie ( during Prologue ), Into the Night ( Diana's brother's car ), The Blues Brothers ( while driving through the mall, Elwood said: " The new Oldsmobiles are in early this year "), The Three Amigos ( during scenes in Santo Poco ), and Oscar.
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.
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.
Into the early 1980s, the company reduced the number of gas stations on-site, eventually phasing them out altogether as the company focused on its restaurant and gift sales revenues.
One of them was titled În Nirvana (" Into Nirvana "), and notably expanded on the early years of their friendship and on one of Eminescu's earliest amorous disappointments.
He served as band leader on Rick Dees ' short-lived late night talk show " Into the Night " on ABC in the early 1990s.
* " Fearless Riders Turn Motor Bikes Into Goats " Popular Science, August 1932, early motorcycle hillclimbing
It was reissued in 2000 with one bonus track called " Into the Frost of Winter ", an early recording by the band.
The bonus track, " Into the Frost of Winter ", is an early recording of the band during a 1992 rehearsal.
In early 1988, he took over the weekend early morning show from 6-8am from Simon Mayo and in October 1988 he presented the Monday-Thursday late-evening music and interview show which he named Into the Night, which went out from 10pm-midnight.
The band had particular success in the early 1990s, and their first four albums, Into the Grave, You'll Never See ..., Soulless and Hating Life, cemented their reputation as one of Sweden's foremost death metal bands.
Into the early 1970s, Filipino music was growing more nationalistic and socio-political in nature, as well as using Tagalog more often.

Into and 20th
* Into the Millennium: 20th century Messages for 21st century Living
Into the mid 20th century, the town was called Jessups, then was shortened to Jessup.
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 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.
Into the 20th Century: 1900 / 1910 ( Canada's Illustrated Heritage ).
Into the 20th century Cremorne became increasingly industrial.
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, the proa was one of the fastest sailing craft that existed.
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 second half of the 20th century, Zaandam was still an important lumber port.
Into the 20th century, immigration from Italy, Ireland, Armenia, China, Germany, Finland and elsewhere was widespread.

Into and century
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.
Into the twentieth century, Murray remained predominantly agricultural.
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.
European politics Into the twenty-first century: integration and division.

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