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was and revealed
A special guard was posted at my end of the bridge to make sure I didn't cross, the ludicrousness of the situation being revealed fully in that everyone else -- men, women, and children, dogs, cats, horses, cars, trucks, baby carriages -- could cross Kehl bridge into Kehl without surveillance.
A study at the Pentagon and at the service academies revealed that nothing was being done there.
At this time a detailed neuromuscular examination revealed diffuse muscle atrophy that was moderate in the hands and feet, but marked in the shoulders, hips, and pelvic girdle, with hypoactive deep-tendon reflexes.
In late 1957 the M.P. ( Mouvement Populaire ) appeared and in the spring of 1958 the internal strains of the Istiqlal was revealed when the third Council of Government under Balafrej was formed without support from progressive elements in the party.
The new Council was itself inescapably of political meaning, which was most clearly revealed in the absence of any U.N.F.P. members and the presence of several Istiqlal leaders.
It was then that I saw what the drawn-back covers revealed.
In July 2009, it was revealed that Universal Studios had won the rights to adapt the game into a film.
For example, the analysis of the debris at the testing site of the first U. S. hydrogen bomb, Ivy Mike, ( 1 November 1952, Enewetak Atoll ), revealed high concentrations of various actinides including americium ; due to military secrecy, this result was published only in 1956.
In seeking to explain atomic spectra an entirely new mathematical model of matter was revealed.
Where Alfred revealed his genius was in designing the field force and burhs to be parts of a coherent military system.
The reformist Sobhe Emrooz newspaper in one of its editorials revealed that the Cinema Rex was burned down by the radical Islamists.
His self-observation in multiple mirrors revealed that he was contracting his whole body prior to phonation in preparation for all verbal response.
But in 1969, it was revealed to the public that the 2, 4, 5-T was contaminated with a dioxin, 2, 3, 7, 8-tetrachlorodibenzodioxin ( TCDD ), and that the TCDD was causing many of the previously unexplained adverse health effects which were correlated with Agent Orange exposure.
Internal memoranda revealed that Monsanto ( a manufacturer of 2, 4, 5-T ) had informed the U. S. government in 1952 that its 2, 4, 5-T was contaminated.
An archaeological investigation of the site of the visitors ' centre before building started revealed the foundations of the medieval precinct wall, with a gateway, and stonework discarded during manufacture, showing that the area was the site of the masons ' yard while the Abbey was being built.
But the " Burnt City " of his second stratum, revealed in 1873, with its fortifications and vases, and a hoard of gold, silver and bronze objects, which the discoverer connected with it, began to arouse a curiosity which was destined presently to spread far outside the narrow circle of scholars.
On May 21, 1984, during a press conference at which the Atari 7800 was introduced, company executives revealed that the 5200 had been discontinued after just two years on the market.
Other highlights of that decade included the 1942 debut of Fearless Fosdick as Abner's " ideel " ( hero ); the 1946 Lena the Hyena Contest, in which a hideous Lower Slobbovian gal was ultimately revealed in the harrowing winning entry ( as judged by Frank Sinatra, Boris Karloff and Salvador Dalí ) drawn by noted cartoonist Basil Wolverton ; and an ill-fated Sunday parody of Gone With the Wind that aroused anger and legal threats from author Margaret Mitchell, and led to a printed apology within the strip.
Later, it was revealed to be a collaborative hoax that Capp and his longtime pal Saunders had cooked up together.
The Capp-Saunders " feud " fooled both editors and readers, generated plenty of free publicity for both strips — and Capp and Saunders had a good laugh when all was revealed.

was and Roz
Describing Morris as a teenager, Mark Singer wrote that he " read with a passion the forty-odd Oz books, watched a lot of television, and on a regular basis went with a doting but not quite right maiden aunt (" I guess you'd have to say that Aunt Roz was somewhat demented ") to Saturday matinées, where he saw such films as This Island Earth and Creature from the Black Lagoon — horror movies that, viewed again 30 years later, still seem scary to him.
Other guests included Betty White, Donny Osmond and Marie Osmond, Tim Conway and Roz Kelly as Happy Days ' Pinkie Tuscadero ; The Paul Lynde Comedy Hour ( April 23, 1977 ) with Cloris Leachman and Tony Randall ; T ' was the Night Before Christmas with Alice Ghostley, Martha Raye, George Gobel and Foster Brooks ; The Paul Lynde Comedy Hour ( May 20, 1978 ) with Juliet Prowse, Brenda Vaccaro and Harry Morgan of MASH.
Probably coined by reviewer Roz Kaveney, the term was not in general use until Peter Nicholls included it in The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction as a joke.
Kudrow was hired to play the role of Roz Doyle in Frasier, but the part was re-cast with Peri Gilpin during the filming of the pilot episode.
On television, she appeared ( also as herself ) in a 1989 episode of Thirtysomething and was a guest-caller on a 1995 episode of Frasier entitled " Roz in the Doghouse ".
Fuller information on the naming of months will be found below, but it should be noted that the first month of the year was called Frawardin, and the first day of Frawardin was the ' New Year's Day ' or Nawruz ( also reckoned Now-Ruz, Nowruz, No Roz, No-Rooz, Norouz, or Navroz ), from which all other religious observances were reckoned-this day being, in theory, the day of the Northern vernal equinox, 21 March ( Gregorian ).
Roz Kaveney comments that Tara's murder is " one of the most upsetting moments of the show's seven seasons ", and Nikki Stafford states that the episode in which Tara dies is possibly the most controversial of the series, causing divisions about whether it was necessary, or assertions that Tara was created only to be killed.
On 29 June 2012, it was confirmed that Langford will be appearing as Roz in the first UK tour production of the Broadway musical, 9 to 5.
* Shirley Hemphill plays " Roz ", the dimwitted sister of Norma, who was being tutored by Thelma.
It seemed that he would not be returning for filming, so to fill the gap he would have left, the character of Officer Linda Baylor ( played by Roz Kelly ) was created, and a number of alternative scripts featuring the character instead of Starsky were written ( whether the show's name would have remained the same is unknown ).
He was one of eight people who founded the English magazine Interzone in 1982 ( the others including Malcolm Edwards, Colin Greenland, Roz Kaveney, and David Pringle ).
The scene where Roz and Leland are discovered in bed was ranked as the 38th greatest moment in television in an issue of EGG magazine.
Its station managers have included Ned Miller — who plans to fire Frasier to cut costs but is fired first — Tom Duran, Kate Costas, and Kenny Daly, and at the end of the show, Roz Doyle, who was Frasier's producer throughout the show's run.
*" Girty's Grab Bag "- a show that was ended when the host got a TV deal, Roz auditions for her time slot ( ultimately " torpedoed " by Bebe )
Interzone was initially produced by an unpaid collective of eight peopleJohn Clute, Alan Dorey, Malcolm Edwards, Colin Greenland, Graham James, Roz Kaveney, Simon Ounsley and David Pringle.
The visual came about shortly after songstress Lainie Kazan posed for Playboy ... and the characterization between Scott ' Mr. Miracle ' Free and Barda was based largely — though with tongue-in-cheek — on the interplay between Jack and his wife Roz.
For Buffy studies scholar Roz Kaveney, the primary reason " Hush " was successful was the acting strengths of the central cast.
Roz was considerably younger than her two previous counterparts, but had a similar relationship with the characters, especially Bull.
There were whispers and jokes that both actresses had fallen prey to some sort of " Night Court Curse "; this is said to be one of the reasons that the show decided not to bring in a third elderly actress and instead replaced Halop with Marsha Warfield, who was only 32 when she began playing Roz Russell.
A daughter, Miko, was considered but never grew large enough ( she was given to a technician ); a son, Moosie, now lives with Peri Gilpin, the actress who played Roz Doyle.

was and had
Any lingering suspicion that this was a trick Al Budd had thought up was dispelled.
Both had blonde hair and blue eyes, and there was even a faint similarity of features.
There was more to this than Jones had told him.
He was thinking of Rittenhouse and how he had left him there, to rock to death on the porch of the Splendide.
The silence oppressed him, made him bend low over the horse's neck as if to hide from a wind that had begun to blow far away and was twisting slowly through the darkness in its slow search.
It was the night Clayton had tricked them in the poker game.
He knew who was riding after him -- the men he had known all his life, the men who had worked for him, sworn their loyalty to him.
The land over which he sped was the land he had created and lived in: his valley.
The Gap looming before him -- the place where had confronted Jack English on that day so many years ago -- was his exit from all that had meaning to him.
He was thinking that the way she had responded to his own kiss hadn't meant what he had believed it had.
He might tell her how sorry a spectacle she was making of herself, pretending to be blind to the way Julia Fortune had taken Dean's affections from her.
His looting of the orderly room had taken only a minute or two and the vicinity was still clear of guerrillas.
At the same moment Wheeler Fiske fired the rifle Mike had given him and another guerrilla was hit.
The bullet had torn through the flesh just above the knee, inflicting an ugly gash that was forming a pool of blood on the floor.
In the brief moment I had to talk to them before I took my post on the ring of defenses, I indicated I was sickened by the methods men employed to live and trade on the river.
Next to him was a young boy I was sure had sat near me at one of the trading sessions.
The war captain had been badly wounded and was fighting to hold his seat.
She said, and her tone had softened until it was almost friendly.
She had picked up the quirt and was twirling it around her wrist and smiling at him.

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