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The second specific comment was the report of Eisenhower's Commission on National Goals, titled Goals For Americans.
The film they did after his return was an inconsequential bit of nothing titled Out Of This World, a satire on the Sinatra bobby-soxer craze.
By odd coincidence, on the evening of her return Shelley chose to read Parisina, which was the latest of the titled poet's successes.
Historically, others have titled their appellate court a court of errors ( or court of errors and appeals ), on the premise that it was intended to correct errors made by lower courts.
At that time, the poem was titled America for publication.
Ward's music combined with the Bates poem was first published in 1910 and titled America the Beautiful.
Wesley was a champion of Arminian teachings, defending his soteriology in a periodical titled The Arminian and writing articles such as Predestination Calmly Considered.
Classical Arminianism ( sometimes titled Reformed Arminianism or Reformation Arminianism ) is the theological system that was presented by Jacobus Arminius and maintained by some of the Remonstrants ; its influence serves as the foundation for all Arminian systems.
It was originally one of between 50 to 70 verses of a song titled " Jerusalem, My Happy Home " that first appeared in a 1790 book called A Collection of Sacred Ballads:
He was the first reporter for the Arkansas supreme court and also wrote a book ( published anonymously ), titled The Arkansas Form Book, which was a guidebook for lawyers.
Cartoonist Mell Lazarus, creator of Miss Peach and Momma, wrote a comic novel in 1963 titled The Boss Is Crazy, Too which was partly inspired by his apprenticeship days working with Capp and his brother Elliot at Toby.
Jensen's most controversial work, published in February 1969 in the Harvard Educational Review, was titled " How Much Can We Boost IQ and Scholastic Achievement?
A 1974 West German television adaptation, titled Nora Helmer was directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder and starred Margit Carstensen in the title role.
His biography was written by Saint Athanasius and titled Life of Saint Anthony the Great.
As a young man he produced a manuscript titled " Why I have discarded Evolution ", causing some scholars to describe him as a devout Methodist Episcopalian, who was impressed with fundamentalism, and perhaps supportive of creationism.
* The Halloween special, titled " Bungholio: Lord of the Harvest ( Butt-O-Ween )," involved them attempting to trick-or-treat in ridiculous costumes -- i. e. Beavis dressed up as a giant "' nad " by wearing underpants on his head and Butt-Head becoming nachos by pouring hot cheese-sauce over his head, although at one point he said he was dressed up as a dumb-ass.
* The second Christmas special was simply titled " Beavis and Butt-Head Christmas Special ," or alternately " Beavis and Butt-Head Do Christmas.
The group said that Settle was influenced by the episode titled " Ball Breakers ," in which Beavis and Butt-Head loaded a bowling ball with explosives and dropped it from a rooftop.
In 1996, a full-length movie featuring the duo titled Beavis and Butt-Head Do America was released in theaters.
A Blu-ray and DVD release of season 9, titled Beavis and Butt-head-Volume 4, was released on February 14, 2012 in the United States.
Prior to the release of the VHS Volumes, a laserdisc titled Beavis and Butt-Head: The Essential Collection was issued in 1994, containing sixteen episodes from the second and third seasons.
A two-disc DVD set titled The History of Beavis and Butt-Head was scheduled for release in September 2002 in the United States.
An English-language version, simply titled Kristina, was staged in concert at Carnegie Hall in New York City for two nights in September 2009, yielding a live recording, and at the Royal Albert Hall for one night in April 2010.
In a news update to the official website on 11 August 2010, it was revealed that their eighth studio album would be titled Belle & Sebastian Write About Love.

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Ultracentrifugation was then carried out in a Spinco model L ultracentrifuge at 40,000 rpm for 125 to 150 min, refrigeration being used throughout the run.
In Korea, the Hangul alphabet was created by Sejong the Great Hangul is a unique alphabet: it is a featural alphabet, where many of the letters are designed from a sound's place of articulation ( P to look like the widened mouth, L to look like the tongue pulled in, etc.
The Norse discovery was documented in the 13th century Icelandic Sagas and was corroborated by recent L ' Anse aux Meadows archeological evidence.
In 1950, van Vogt was briefly appointed as head of L. Ron Hubbard's Dianetics operation in California.
In this, the emperor was assisted by five chief lawyers: L. Fulvius Aburnius Valens, an author of legal treatises ; L. Volusius Maecianus, chosen to conduct the legal studies of Marcus Aurelius, and author of a large work on Fidei Commissa ( Testamentary Trusts ); L. Ulpius Marcellus, a prolific writer ; and two others.
Alfonso requested support from Braccio da Montone, who was besieging Joan's troops in L ' Aquila, but had to set sail for Spain, where a war had broken out between his brothers and the Kingdom of Castile.
Naples, which was held by Alfonso's brother, Pedro de Aragon, was besieged in 1424 by the Genoese ships and Joan's troops, now led by Francesco Sforza, son of Muzio ( who had died at L ' Aquila ).
The term was popularized by G. L. Trager and Bernard Bloch in a 1941 paper on English phonology and went on to become part of standard usage within the American structuralist tradition.
Symbolism as an art movement was in full swing at this time and L ' Ymagier provided a nexus for many of its key contributors.
A fragment of his treatise On burning-glasses was published as (" Concerning wondrous machines ") by L. Dupuy in 1777, and also appeared in 1786 in the forty-second volume of the Histoire de l ' Academie des Instrumentistes.
Ambroise ( flourished c. 1190 ) was a Norman poet and chronicler of the Third Crusade, author of a work called L ' Estoire de la guerre sainte, which describes in rhyming Old French verse the adventures of Richard Coeur de Lion as a crusader.
In 2004, a new head coach, Jim L. Mora, was hired and Michael Vick returned for the full season.
The first a pastoral opera, L ' amore innocente ( Innocent Love ) was a light hearted comedy set in the Austrian mountains, and the second was based on an episode from Cervantes Don Quixote – Don Chisciotte alle nozze di Gamace ( Don Quixote at the Marriage of Camacho ).
Don Chisciotte was a mix of ballet and opera buffa, and the lead female roles in L ' amore innocente were designed to contrast and highlight the different traditions of operatic writing for soprano, even borrowing stylistic flourishes from opera-seria in the use of coloratura in what was a short pastoral comedy more in keeping with a Roman Intermezzo.
Needing cash, the Bidwills began entertaining offers from would-be investors, and one of the men who approached the Bidwills was Lamar Hunt, son and heir of Texas millionaire oilman H. L. Hunt.
Financial problems reappeared in 1932 and the company was rescued by L. Prideaux Brune who funded the company for the following year before passing the company on to Sir Arthur Sutherland.
Electrothermal AAS ( ET AAS ) using graphite tube atomizers was pioneered by Boris V. L ’ vov at the Saint Petersburg Polytechnical Institute, Russia, since the late 1950s, and further investigated by Hans Massmann at the Institute of Spectrochemistry and Applied Spectroscopy ( ISAS ) in Dortmund, Germany.
* During the 1980s, the block of 16th Street NW between L and M streets, in front of the Soviet embassy, in Washington, D. C. was renamed " Andrei Sakharov Place " as a form of protest against his 1980 arrest and detention.
* L — Loss: number of games where pitcher was pitching while the opposing team took the lead, never lost the lead, and went on to win

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