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Major titles have included the Cardcaptor Sakura films, Origin: Spirits of the Past, Piano no Mori, Ghost in the Shell, Fullmetal Alchemist the Movie: Conqueror of Shamballa, Sword of the Stranger, and Jungle Emperor Leo.
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* Jake Daubert, Major League Baseball player, born in Shamokin won two National League batting titles and was MVP in 1913
Among active players, male or female, she holds the most Major titles amid singles, doubles, and mixed doubles.
At least two different books about the Major League Baseball club known as the " Dodgers " have used this character's name as a play-on-words for their titles: The Artful Dodgers, edited by Tom Meany ; and The Artful Dodger, by Tommy Lasorda with David Fisher.
In the US, a software developer is classified into one of 3 titles ( all under the 15-0000 Computer and Mathematical Occupations Major Group ):
They retained the traditional rank titles used in the British Indian Army — Jemadar ( later Naib Subedar ), Subedar and Subedar Major.
* After 1948, the Brigade of Gurkhas ( part of the British Army ) was formed and adopted standard British Army rank structure and nomenclature, except for the three Viceroy Commission ranks between Warrant Officer 1 and Second Lieutenant ( jemadar, subedar and subedar major ) which remained, albeit with different rank titles Lieutenant ( Queens Gurkha Officer ), Captain ( QGO ) and Major ( QGO ).
His exclusion from the French Open may have prevented him from becoming the first man player since Rod Laver to win all four Major singles titles in a calendar year.
Only five players have won Major titles on clay, grass and hardcourts: Jimmy Connors, Mats Wilander, Andre Agassi, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.
She also won 19 women's doubles and 19 mixed doubles titles, giving her a record 62 Major titles overall.
The Lizards have won American Division championships in 2001, 2002, and 2003, and Major League Lacrosse titles in 2001 and 2003.
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Major Japanese companies usually have Nyushashiki ( entry ceremony for companies ) for new employees those who newly hired after their graduation from schools, on this day.
He wrote, " Robert Henderson, Harold Seymour, and other scholars have since debunked the Doubleday-Cooperstown myth, which nonetheless remains powerful in the American imagination because of the efforts of Major League Baseball and the Hall of Fame in Cooperstown.
Statistics have been kept for professional baseball since the creation of the American League and National League, now part of Major League Baseball.
In 1887, Hugh Nicol set a still-standing Major League record with 138 stolen bases, many of which would not have counted under modern rules.
A number of ministers were then revealed to have committed sexual indiscretions, and Major was forced by media pressure to dismiss them.
This was criticised more harshly than may otherwise have been the case as Major had frequently pushed his Back To Basics agenda ( see above ), which was taken by the media as a form of moral absolutism.
However, there are some exceptions: many of the stars in the constellation of Ursa Major ( including most of the Big Dipper ) are genuinely close to one another, travel through the galaxy with similar velocities, and are likely to have formed together as part of a cluster that is slowly dispersing.
Major international credit rating organizations have dropped Colombian sovereign debt below investment grade, primarily as a result of large fiscal deficits, which current policies are seeking to close.
Since their establishment as a Major League franchise in 1901, the Indians have won two World Series championships, in 1920 and 1948.
The confusion may stem from the fact that Major League Baseball did decide that, should the Cubs make it to the World Series, the American League winner would have home field advantage unless the Cubs hosted home games at an alternate site since the Cubs home field of Wrigley Field did not yet have lights.
This was approved by Major League Baseball and would have enabled the Cubs to host games 1 and 2, along with games 6 and 7 if necessary.
The Cubs have won 10 of those pennants in Major League Baseball's Modern Era ( 1901 – present ), while all 18 of the Cardinals ' have been won since 1901.
On the more sinister side, famous criminals from Edinburgh's history include Deacon Brodie, pillar of society by day and burglar by night, who is said to have influenced Robert Louis Stevenson's story, the Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, the murderers Burke and Hare who provided fresh corpses for anatomical dissection by the famous surgeon Robert Knox and Major Weir a notorious warlock.
The Red Sox have sold out every home game since May 15, 2003 ; in 2008, the park sold out its 456th consecutive Red Sox game, breaking a Major League Baseball record.
As of July 17, 2012, the Red Sox have had 760 consecutive sellouts, which is the longest such streak in Major League Baseball history ; the club, however, includes all tickets distributed ( paid or free ) when reporting attendance.
Its fortunes have risen since the Red Sox ' 1967 " Impossible Dream " season, and on September 8, 2008 with a game versus the Tampa Bay Rays, Fenway Park broke the all-time Major League record with its 456th consecutive sellout, surpassing the previous record held by Jacobs Field ( now Progressive Field ) in Cleveland, Ohio.
During the 1980s and 1990s, in which Gen Xers would have been teenagers or young adults, the United Kingdom was politically marked by conservative Thatcher-era government followed by the more centrist tenures of John Major ( 1990 – 1997 ) and Tony Blair ( 1997 – 2007 ).