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Its fictional creator, Dr. Evermor, was born Tom Every in Brooklyn, Wisconsin and is a former demolition expert who spent decades collecting antique machinery for the sculpture and the surrounding fiction that justifies it.
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Its main character, Lucy Snowe, travels abroad to teach in a boarding school in the fictional town of Villette, where she encounters a culture and religion different to her own, and where she falls in love with a man (' Paul Emanuel ') whom she cannot marry.
Its inhabitants are the homeless, but also people from other times, such as Roman legionaries and medieval monks, as well as fictional and fantastical characters.
Its conclusion reflects Lord's world-historical theme of a " world changed for ever " with a fictional conversation between two survivors, Lightoller and Colonel Archibald Gracie, sitting on an overturned lifeboat.
Its 20 chapters, while presumably made up of fictional stories, talk about the way many black workers used to be treated by many white slave owners.
Its most famous appearance was in the 1988 action movie Die Hard as the fictional Nakatomi Plaza in which its destruction was accomplished using a scale model.
Its protagonist creates a Broadway musical starring a fictional Adolf Hitler that is so offensive it is bound to lose money.
Its main fictional universe, the Wildstorm Universe, features typical costumed heroes in various scenarios.
Its first creation, Picket Fences, airing in 1992 and influenced by Twin Peaks and Northern Exposure, focused on the police department in the fictional quirky town of Rome, Wisconsin.
Its central plot revolves around a somewhat anthropomorphic pink dog named Courage who lives with his owners, Muriel and Eustace Bagge, an elderly, married farming couple in the " Middle of Nowhere " ( the fictional town of Nowhere, Kansas ).
Its campaigns addressed boys as business partners, telling them that the success of Ives ' fictional railroad, Ives Railway Lines, depended on their shrewd management.
Its title character was the young Prince Roy of Cashelot, a fictional kingdom whose name was a blend of " cash " and " Camelot.
Its primary settings are government disease control centers USAMRIID and the CDC, and the fictional town of Cedar Creek, California.
Its charter is to spread creativity, positive criticism, ideas, philosophical ponderings and thoughts on current events by way of short slogans on posters, signed by a fictional character, Loesje ( a Dutch female name ).
Its title quotes the fictional detective Sherlock Holmes in Arthur Conan Doyle's 1892 short story " Silver Blaze ".
Its physical appearance mostly resembles that of deceased child molester Raymond Tunstall, a fictional character who, it is revealed by a phone-in caller, committed suicide at the haunted property some time in the 1960s after himself being possessed by the entity.
Its title was used for a film Two of Us about a fictional 1976 reunion between McCartney and Lennon.
Its suspicious X-ray emissions are subjected to noise removal algorithms, revealing the voice message recorded aboard a fictional future Voyager spacecraft, still in the solar system.
Its setting was Mexico of 1916 during the Pershing Expedition to capture Pancho Villa, and some of its fictional cavalry troopers had been nominated for Medals of Honor for their valor during the actual last mounted cavalry charge the U. S. Army ever conducted.
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Its main creator was the Nigerian multi-instrumentalist and bandleader Fela Kuti, who gave it its name, who used it to revolutionise musical structure as well as the political context in his native Nigeria.
Its creator, Dr. Augustin Thompson, was born in Union, Maine, but Moxie was invented and first produced in Lowell, Massachusetts.
Its editor / creator, Paul Dick, partially disabled himself, wanted to donate some of the zine's profits to a different disability charity each month.
Its creator Joseph Oller and his Manager Charles Zidler are formidable businessmen who understand perfectly the public's tastes.
Its roots lay in the traditional Japanese martial arts, Chinese medicine and Buddhist meditation techniques, while its creator Hiroyuki Aoki was also influenced by modern Western art and Christianity.
Its value is said to be reflected by the love and patience that the creator ( s ) have put into making a stunning work of art.
Its constellations are the result of a mystical dance upon the sky, performed by the stars to announce the works and comings of Aslan, Narnia's creator.
Its popularity rose after Dilbert creator Scott Adams, a fan of the strip, showed it to his own fans.
Its creator believes that it can be incorporated into objects around the home such as robots or talking pets, intending both to be useful and entertaining, keeping people company.
Its creator, Mr. Weikopf, was sent a cease and desist letter concerning distribution of the software.
Its creator, Li Hongzhang, used the customs and tax revenues of the five provinces under his control in the 1880s and 1890s to modernize segments of the Huai Army, and to build a modern navy ( the Beiyang Fleet ).
Its creator developed various elements of his fiction over the course of decades, making substantial changes including the abandonment of major themes, facts and entire tales, and undertook wholesale rewrites and revisions of otherwise ' complete ' narratives.
Its creator, Stan Mangum, was already a patented inventor who was working to develop a small agile bumper car.
Its main structure was originally constructed to glorify the great achievement of Ōkuninushi, considered the creator of Japan.
Its fourth reintroduction was in late October 2008, across the U. S., Hong Kong, and Japan, with a promotional website featuring music sponsored by a " McRib DJ Plowman " in tribute to its creator.
Its creator, producer and head writer was Paul Henning, later producer of major 1960s hits such as The Beverly Hillbillies, Petticoat Junction, and Green Acres.
Its creator, Maurice Kanbar, claims the vodka is nearly congener-free due to its distillation process.
Its main executive producer and creator is Scott Fellows, the head writer for The Fairly OddParents.
Its creator, Gerald Fusil, took the existing concept of long distance endurance races, and focused on the team aspects, requiring each competitor to be part of a five person co-ed team.
Its motto, Patriae et Musis " To the Native Land and the Muses "), which is inscribed above the portal, should also be noted as reflecting the original intentions of its creator.
Its creator, Prof. Capretz, a French native who has taught at Yale since 1956, said " wouldn't change any of it.