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John Church, Neil White, John Hunter and Kathleen McInnes, 2006.
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Neil Forsyth writes that " what distinguishes both Jewish and Christian religious systems [...] is that they elevate to the sacred status of myth narratives that are situated in historical time ".
Neil Risch writes: " The anomalous presence of four different lysosomal storage disorders in the Ashkenazi Jewish population has been the source of long-standing controversy.
Also, in The Sandman issue " Calliope " written by Neil Gaiman and pencilled by Kelley Jones, a character, Richard Madoc, writes a book " The Cabaret of Dr. Caligari ", an obvious pseudonym.
BBC presenter Andrew Neil writes: " Being an active part of the GUU " community " was a vital part of becoming an adult — making new friends from a variety of backgrounds, having new experiences, dealing with new challenges.
** Neil Gaiman writes a piece for The Guardian detailing his thoughts on the adapting of comics stories to film.
Still a cult favourite at the club, he currently writes a weekly column for the Leicester Mercury and has formed an events company with England Rugby player Neil Back and another business partner.

Neil and Dunlop
In June 2008, Neil led a consortium which bought talent agency Peters, Fraser & Dunlop ( PFD ) from CSS Stellar plc for £ 4 million.

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Kennedy's goal was accomplished on the Apollo 11 mission when astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed their Lunar Module ( LM ) on the Moon on July 20, 1969 and walked on its surface while Michael Collins remained in lunar orbit in the command spacecraft, and all three landed safely on Earth on July 24.
The key ingredient was Leon Neil Cooper's calculation of the bound states of electrons subject to an attractive force in his 1956 paper, " Bound Electron Pairs in a Degenerate Fermi Gas ".
This connection was first formally made by Dr George Bennett of the Australian Museum in 1871, but in the early 1990s, palaeontologist Pat Vickers-Rich and geologist Neil Archbold also cautiously suggested that Aboriginal legends " perhaps had stemmed from an acquaintance with prehistoric bones or even living prehistoric animals themselves ...
Cannibalism was reported by the journalist Neil Davis during the South East Asian wars of the 1960s and 1970s.
As the band's primary songwriter, Neil Finn was under pressure to create a second album to match their debut and the band joked that one potential title for the new release was Mediocre Follow-Up.
Tim Finn had resumed his solo career after leaving the group in 1992 and he also worked with Neil on a second Finn Brothers album, Everyone Is Here, which was released in 2004.
Writing in 2010 Neil Finn said, " When we lost Paul it was like someone pulled the rug out from underneath everything, a terrible jolt out of the dark blue.
As the recording sessions progressed it was decided that the album would be issued under the Crowded House band name, rather than as a Neil Finn solo album.
The early disco sound was largely an urban American phenomenon with producers and labels such as SalSoul Records ( Ken, Joe and Stanley Cayre ), West End Records ( Mel Cheren ), Casablanca ( Neil Bogart ), and Prelude ( Marvin Schlachter ) to name a few.
Of the previously unreleased songs, " Down to the Wire " features the New Orleans pianist Dr. John with Buffalo Springfield on an item from their shelved Stampede album ; " Love Is a Rose " was a minor hit for Linda Ronstadt in 1975 ; " Winterlong " received a cover by Pixies on the Neil Young tribute album from 1989, The Bridge ; and " Campaigner " is a Young song critical of Richard Nixon.
For many years, Decade was the only Neil Young compilation album available.
The following year, Treasures, an album of covers of 1960s and ' 70s hits was released, and featured a diverse collection of material, including songs by Mac Davis, Pete Seeger, Kris Kristofferson, Cat Stevens, Neil Young, and Joni Mitchell.
A second and more contemporary collaboration with Harris and Ronstadt, Trio II ( 1999 ), was released and its cover of Neil Young's " After the Gold Rush " won a Grammy Award for Best Country Collaboration with Vocals.
The first EVA on the lunar surface was performed by Americans Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on July 21, 1969 ( UTC ), after the Apollo 11 Moon landing.
It was on the sets of Dementia 13 that he met his future wife Eleanor Jessie Neil.
Although this phenomenon was nothing new, ( the most famous example being Neil Blaney's " Donegal Mafia ") it increased significantly from the early 90's particularly in the Dublin Region with former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern's " Drumcondra mafia " and the separate groups supporting Tom Kitt and Séamus Brennan in Dublin South largely separate from the official party structure.
Lieutenant-General Neil Ritchie had decided not to hold the defences on the Egyptian border, because the defensive plan there relied on his infantry holding defended localities, while a strong armoured force was held back in reserve to foil any attempts to penetrate or outflank the fixed defences.
My Favorite Headache, Lee's first solo album, was released on November 14, 2000 while Rush was on a hiatus due to tragedies in drummer Neil Peart's life.
At first, the band was under-rehearsed and played poorly, but improved markedly with steady gigging and received rapturous responses at the Armadillo World Headquarters in Austin, Texas and at a filmed concert at Liberty Hall in Houston ( with Neil Young and Linda Ronstadt sitting in ) and Max's Kansas City in New York City.
Hawks was the oldest of five children and his birth was followed by Kenneth Neil Hawks ( August 12, 1899-January 2, 1930 ), William Bellinger Hawks ( January 29, 1901-January 10, 1969 ), Grace Louise Hawks ( October 17, 1903-December 23, 1927 ) and Helen Bernice Hawks ( 1906-May 4, 1911 ).
Historian Neil Davidson notes that “ after 1746 there was an entirely new level of participation by Scots in political life, particularly outside Scotland ”.
Schmitt is also the only geologist as well as the only person to have walked on the Moon who was never a member of the United States Armed Forces, although he is not the first civilian, since Neil Armstrong left military service prior to his landing in 1969.

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In 1965, however, a plum comedy role came Matthau's way when Neil Simon cast him in the hit play The Odd Couple playing the slovenly sportswriter Oscar Madison opposite Art Carney as Felix Unger.
These novels were authorized by the Zelazny estate ; however, that decision has been criticized by several acquaintances of Mr. Zelazny, including the writers George R. R. Martin, Walter Jon Williams and Neil Gaiman.
Browne did not appear on the 2000 Arizona ballot, however, as the Arizona Libertarian Party instead chose to run L. Neil Smith, whose candidacy was a protest against that of Browne.
Lynch, and another favourite of Lemass's, Patrick Hillery, ruled themselves out of the leadership election from the very beginning, however, other candidates such as Charles Haughey, George Colley and Neil Blaney threw their hats into the ring immediately.
In reality however, other musicians had input to the record, including producer Ian Stanley, with continued playing and songwriting contributions from Neil Sutton and Russell Dennett ; and Oakey co-writing one track with Jo Callis.
** A Danish contingent known as the Royal Danish Auxiliary Corps commanded by General Prince Frederik of Hesse and a Hanseatic contingent ( from the free cities of Bremen, Lubeck and Hamburg ) commanded by the British Colonel Sir Neil Campbell, were on their way to join Wellington ; both however, joined the army in July having missed the conflict.
Before leaving, however, Chunn gave a crucial piece of parting advice, suggesting that the replacement for Phil Judd should be Tim Finn's younger brother Neil, who officially joined on 7 April 1977.
In September 1994, however, he worked with Stephen R. Bissette on the cover to Bissette's Tyrant # 1, and also colored Oni Press ' August 1998-published Free Speeches # 1, featuring the artwork of Art Adams, Mike Allred, Steven Hughes, Jim Mahfood and Kevin McCarthy to words by Sim, Neil Gaiman, Nadine Strossen and Frank Miller.
" Neil Gaiman and Charles Vess, however, won the Award under the Short Fiction and not the Special Award Professional category.
Following the reorganization plan, Neil Young was no longer a minority shareholder in the Lionel company ; however, Calabrese insisted that the company wanted Young to remain involved, claiming that Neil would have an " ongoing role in the company ", but that this role would be " up to ".
It did not go his way, however, as a single goal from Manchester City's Neil Young early in the match was enough to win the game.
" The series, however, only follows fourteen: Bruce Balden, Jackie Bassett, Symon Basterfield, Andrew Brackfield, John Brisby, Peter Davies, Susan Davis, Charles Furneaux, Nicholas Hitchon, Neil Hughes, Lynn Johnson, Paul Kligerman, Suzanne Lusk and Tony Walker.
That same day, WBZ dropped Paul Harvey after the station's contract to carry his broadcasts expired ( however, despite coming under the CBS Radio banner once more, the station still maintains an affiliation with ABC News Radio ); in addition, the station dropped Looking at the Law, a legal advice show hosted by Neil Chayet, after its January 8, 2006 broadcast in favor of brokered financial programs.
Disaster struck, however, when an inebriated Neil Young walked onto stage to join the band during the final show's encore of " Like a Rolling Stone ".
In 1983 Bishop married property developer Neil Gillion, however they divorced five years later.
On 21 March, however, it was announced Neil Davidson QC, former Solicitor General for Scotland, had been appointed Advocate General.
" To put Walker ’ s actions into further perspective, however, Neil Bush approved unsecured loans of a hundred million dollars to two of his business partners in the disastrous Silverado Savings and Loan debacle that ultimately cost taxpayers 1. 3 billion dollars.
The reduction in throttle response, however, has never been shown to have impeded ability to pass ; the criticism was shot down in the first " modern " plate race, the 1988 Daytona 500, as the lead changed 25 times officially and saw several bursts where the lead changed several times a lap and also several bursts of sustained side-by-side racing, notably in the final 50 laps between Bobby Allison, Darrell Waltrip, Neil Bonnett, and Buddy Baker.
On the way to the bachelor party of his friend Neil ( Jason Alexander ) he picks up 50 burgers from a diner, however he realises that the order is six burgers short and returns to White Palace to complain.
This was short-lived, however, as LaFontaine resigned in protest only six weeks later on July 18, the same day that Neil Smith was fired by the Islanders.
Several well-known acts of the 1960s appear in Scopitone films, however, ranging from the earlier part of the decade The Exciters (" Tell Him ") and Neil Sedaka (" Calendar Girl ") to Procol Harum (" A Whiter Shade of Pale ") later on.
Before the first primaries, however, Sasso was identified as the person responsible for the distribution of a videotape showing similarities between a speech by Sen. Joseph Biden, a Dukakis rival for the nomination, and British politician Neil Kinnock, leading to Sasso's forced resignation from the Dukakis campaign.
Auchinleck however viewed the defence of Tobruk as non-essential and had already told Neil Ritchie that he did not intend to hold it at all costs.
One of Trinity's great servants, centre Neil Fox, who scored a record 6, 220 points in his 23 year career ( 19 with Wakefield ) was coming to prominence, however, in Trinity's up and coming side.

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