Help


[permalink] [id link]
+
Page "Simpson and Delilah" ¶ 2
from Wikipedia
Edit
Promote Demote Fragment Fix

Some Related Sentences

Karl and covers
Willow's cover art is done by Jo Chen, and Georges Jeanty and Karl Moline produce character artwork and provide alternative covers.
Although the expression " on the left " covers a range of politics, many well-known figures " on the left " have been of Jews, for instance, Karl Marx, Moses Hess, Herbert Marcuse, Murray Bookchin, Saul Alinsky, Tristan Tzara, Leon Trotsky, Leon Blum, Judith Butler, Noam Chomsky, Eric Hobsbawm, Harold Laski, Betty Friedan, Abbie Hoffman, or Howard Zinn, who were born into Jewish families and have various degrees of connection to Jewish communities, Jewish culture, Jewish tradition or the Jewish religion in its many variants.
She has appeared on over 500 magazine covers and has been featured in several professional photobooks, including Peter Lindbergh's ' 10 Women ', the cover of Arthur Elgort's ' Model Manual ', Herb Ritts ' Man / Woman ' and Karl Lagerfeld's ' Off the Record '.
Christensen appeared on many magazine covers ( including Vogue, Elle, Harper ’ s Bazaar, W ) and in fashion campaigns ( including Revlon, Chanel, Versace, Lanvin, Prada, Sonia Rykiel, Hermes, Valentino, Karl Lagerfeld ) during the 1990s.
Delitzsch also collaborated with Johann Friedrich Karl Keil on a commentary series which covers the whole of the Old Testament and is still in print, having first appeared in 1861.

Karl and for
Whereas Bultmann's `` center '' position is structurally inconsistent and is therefore indefensible on formal grounds alone, the general position of the `` right '', as represented, say, by Karl Barth, involves the rejection or at least qualification of the demand for demythologization and so is invalidated on the material grounds we have just considered.
Horch worked for Karl Benz from 1896, before founding A. Horch & Co. in November 1899, in Ehrenfeld, Cologne, Germany.
The death of Karl ( 8 September 1781 ) make him the next in line to the Electorate as Crown Prince ( de: Kronprinz ); this was because all the pregnancies of the Electress Amalie, except for one daughter, ended in a stillbirth.
It was reserved for his biographer Karl Benrath to justify him, and to represent him as a fervent evangelist and at the same time as a speculative thinker with a passion for free inquiry, always learning and unlearning and arguing out difficult questions with himself in his dialogues, frequently without attaining to any absolute conviction.
In the United States, Karl Hess used bartering to make it harder for the IRS to seize his wages and as a form of tax resistance.
The first modern solution of general relativity that would characterize a black hole was found by Karl Schwarzschild in 1916, although its interpretation as a region of space from which nothing can escape was not fully appreciated for another four decades.
Criticism of other officials was allowed during these meetings, for instance, Karl Radek said to Lenin ( criticising his position of supporting peace with the Germans ), " If there were five hundred courageous men in Petrograd, we would put you in prison.
Karl Popper defined democracy in contrast to dictatorship or tyranny, thus focusing on opportunities for the people to control their leaders and to oust them without the need for a revolution.
Karl Freund, Arnaz's cameraman, and even Arnaz himself have been credited with the development of the multiple-camera setup production style using adjacent sets that became the standard for all subsequent situation comedies to this day.
The earliest known existing concertos are by Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf, who composed two concertos for the double bass and a Sinfonia Concertante for viola and double bass.
In 1897, Karl Ferdinand Braun introduced the cathode ray tube as part of an oscilloscope, a crucial enabling technology for electronic television.
In 1896, Karl Benz was granted a patent for his design of the first engine with horizontally opposed pistons.
Haeckel studied under Karl Gegenbaur at the University of Jena for three years, earning a doctorate in zoology, before becoming a professor of comparative anatomy at the University of Jena, where he remained for 47 years, from 1862 to 1909.
There, he received a liberal education at the Lyceum, and Karl J. Windischmann drew his attention to the languages and literature of the East ( Windischmann, along with Georg Friedrich Creuzer, Johann Joseph von Görres, and the brothers Schlegel, expressed great enthusiasm for Indian wisdom and philosophy ).
Karl Marx in his Communist Manifesto also criticized the guild system for its rigid gradation of social rank and the relation of oppressor / oppressed entailed by this system.
The Peninsular War ( nicknamed the Spanish Ulcer ), however, was regarded by Karl Marx, as one of the first national wars, is also significant for the emergence of large-scale guerrilla warfare.
She was interred in Highgate Cemetery ( East ), Highgate, London in the area reserved for religious dissenters or agnostics, next to George Henry Lewes ; Karl Marx's memorial is nearby.
* Trauermusik for emperor Karl VII ( 1745 ) Ich hoffete aufs Licht, TWV 4: 13
Karl Friedrich ruled well for 73 years ( 1738 – 1811 ) and was an enthusiast for The Enlightenment ; he abolished serfdom in 1783.
On 9 June, after discussions with Himmler and Karl Hermann Frank, Hitler ordered brutal reprisals for Heydrich's death.

Karl and Homer
* Galinsky, G. Karl, The Herakles theme: the adaptations of the hero in literature from Homer to the twentieth century, Blackwell Publishers, Oxford, 1972.
In " Bart of Darkness ", Flanders's high pitched scream was performed by Tress MacNeille and in " Homer to the Max ", Flanders comments about cartoons being easily able to change voice actors and on that occasion he was voiced by Karl Wiedergott.
On television, Fierstein was featured as the voice of Karl, Homer Simpson's assistant, in the " Simpson and Delilah " episode of The Simpsons and the voice of Elmer in the 1999 HBO special based on his children's book The Sissy Duckling, which won the Humanitas Prize for Children's Animation.
In the script, Homer was thrown out of the house by Marge, and encountered Karl.
In the 1990 episode " Simpson and Delilah ", the character Karl ( voiced by Harvey Fierstein ) kisses Homer, while the recurring character Waylon Smithers is often shown to be in love with his boss, Montgomery Burns, initially suggestively and since then more overtly.
Homer grows hair, and is given a promotion at work which allows him to hire a secretary named Karl.
As he is about to become an executive, Homer tries to look for a good secretary, but all the applicants fail due to being seductive young women – until Homer finds a man named Karl, who earnestly persuades Homer to tell himself that he deserves everything he has and is the finest creature God ever created.
Homer eventually picks Karl, and they go shopping for a suit.
Smithers gleefully prepares to fire Homer for the fraud, but Karl takes the blame for Homer and writes the $ 1000 check to repay the company.
Homer is deeply saddened to see Karl go after all Karl had done for him, including lending Homer his umbrella before finally leaving in the rain.
Homer is nervous about giving the speech without Karl, but reasons that as long as he has hair, everything will be fine.
His fears are alleviated when Karl appears with a pre-written speech for him, but Homer is still convinced he is incapable of accomplishing anything without his hair.
Karl impatiently tells Homer what he had been trying to teach him all along — that all of Homer's achievements had been the result of his own will and effort, not of his hair.
Karl urges Homer to think higher of himself and give the speech, even kissing him on the lips to prove his point.
The episode features a kiss between Homer and Karl, which occurred a decade prior to US television's first real man-on-man kiss on Dawson's Creek.
In the script, Homer was thrown out of the house by Marge, and encountered Karl.
From this age of 10 Weber was already reading The Three Musketeers by Alexander Dumas, adventure novels by Karl Frederich May, poetry by Victor Hugo and Homer.

2.766 seconds.