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None of the show's running gags was as memorable or enduring as The Closet — McGee's frequently opening and cacophonous closet, bric-a-brac clattering down and out and, often enough, over McGee's or Molly's heads.
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None of the show's episodes ever specified Gilligan's full name or clearly indicated whether " Gilligan " was the character's first name or his last.
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None of the actors wanted to eat the unappetizing dishes ( especially after they grew ripe under hot studio lights ), and it became a running joke among the crew during filming to make them sample their food.
None of them are operational, due to difficulties associated with running their electrical transformers.
None of them was injured, but José Froilán González, who damaged his Maserati in the pile-up but was subsequently running second, crashed during the second lap.
None of the attempts by American manga publishers to create a manga anthology magazine such as Tokyopop Magazine and Viz's Animerica Extra with several stories running simultaneously were very successful at this time, and were mostly viewed as loss-leaders for future sales of the collections.
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None of them threw more touchdowns than interceptions, and Cleveland's 5 – 7 finish was its first losing season ever.
He recalled earning $ 1750 average fee for 18 screenplays in two years and said, " None was very good.
None of these was endemic, and another survey in 2005 identified just 36 species as " native ", meaning arriving without the assistance of humans, and found elsewhere in the world.
James Stephens, who was in Dublin during the week, thought, " None of these people were prepared for Insurrection.
None can reliably claim to be the original, and it is quite possible that whatever the " original " was, it ceased to be sung centuries ago.
None of the bishops who had argued that proclaiming the definition was inopportune refused to accept it.
None of the new electors, however, had an opportunity to cast votes, as the Holy Roman Empire was abolished in 1806, and the new electorates were never confirmed by the Emperor.
None of the party-affiliated candidates was successful in the October senatorial elections ; three JDA members standing as independents were elected as deputies in November 2005 along with two members of the Centre Party who had similarly stood as independents.
None of these musicians, with the exception of Davis, had received a great deal of exposure before that time ; Chambers, in particular, was very young ( 19 at the time ), a Detroit player who had been on the New York scene for only about a year, working with the bands of Bennie Green, Paul Quinichette, George Wallington, J. J. Johnson, and Kai Winding.
None of this had been included on financial disclosure forms ; the non-reporting of loans under $ 10, 000 in liability was in violation of a voluntary agreement the White House had made in 1982, while not reporting more valuable loans or clothes not returned was a possible violation of the Ethics in Government Act.
The track listing was confirmed, including: " Don ’ t Fucking Tell Me What to Do " which is written by Robyn and Klas Åhlund, " None of Them " with Röyksopp, " Dance Hall Queen " with Diplo, " Fembot " and " Dancing on My Own ", written by Robyn and Patrik Berger.
None was actually delivered to any holder of the completed saving stamp books, though one Type 1 Cabriolet was presented to Hitler on 20 April 1938 ( his 49th birthday ).
" In answer to a defence counsel question in 1937 ( during a libel action brought by his uncle ) as to whether he was a Christian, Jew or atheist, Beckett replied, ' None of the three '".
Agatha Christie's book Ten Little Niggers was first published in London in 1939 and continued to appear under that title until the early 1980s, when it became And Then There Were None.
In addition, Ten Little Niggers ( 1939 ) was the original British title of Agatha Christie's novel And Then There Were None, which has also been known by the alternate title Ten Little Indians.
In this version Radius was played by Patrick Troughton who was later the second actor to play The Doctor in Doctor Who, None of these three productions survive in the BBC's archives.
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This role led to several film appearances during the 1940s in such films as Lady Scarface ( 1941 ), Kings Row ( 1942 ), All Through the Night ( 1942 ), Otto Preminger's Laura ( 1944 ) with Gene Tierney, Ben Hecht's Specter of the Rose ( 1946 ), Jean Renoir's The Diary of a Chambermaid ( 1946 ), and a particularly memorable turn as Emily Brent in René Clair's And Then There Were None ( 1945 ).
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None of the other batsmen got going at all with the exception of Botham who top scored with 50 — his first half century since his first Test as captain 13 matches earlier.
None of these reinterpretations successfully displace Daneel's Zeroth Law — though Foundation's Triumph hints that these robotic factions remain active as fringe groups up to the time of the novel Foundation.
None of Wyatt's poems were published during his lifetime — the first book to feature his verse was printed a full fifteen years after his death.
Modern Greek prefers double negation — Κανείς δεν μίλησε, " No one did not talk " — to single ( here, Ουδείς μίλησε, " None talked ").
" None was more demanding than Bruno's strangulation of Miriam, shown in her eyeglass lens: " It was the kind of shot Hitchcock had been tinkering with for twenty years — and Robert Burks captured it magnificently.
None of Cohl's Eclipse films have survived, so little is known of his work there — it appeared to consist of object animation and travelogues.
* None Are So Blind — Adapted by James P. Cavanagh for Alfred Hitchcock Presents, October 28, 1956 ( Season 2, Episode 5 ), starring Hurd Hatfield and Mildred Dunnock.
None of these effects in itself predicts what will happen to actual quantity of goods demanded ( the number of units purchased ) as prices change — they refer only to preferences or propensities to purchase.
None of these substances had been " weaponized " — no such agents were found in missiles or artillery, and none could be easily installed.
Baxter 1992: 35-36 ) None of the editors was originally from Chang ' an ; they were native speakers of differing dialects — five northern and three southern ( Norman 1988: 25, Baxter 1992: 37 ).
" U " stands for " USA " ( for the version with 128-bit encryption ), " I " stands for " International " — the browser has 40-bit encryption and can be used anywhere in the world — and " N " stands ( de facto ) for " None " ( no encryption ).
None of the traditional campaign issues — Tyler's " executive usurpation ", Clay's " corrupt bargain " with John Quincy Adams, or the protective tariff — seemed to excite the electorate.
“ None of them seems to care that he ’ ll be branded as a hockey killer ,” Bathgate wrote — for which the N. H. L.
None of these amenties for steamboats or salmon were ever constructed — in fact, the dam ended up being built above the falls instead of below them — and Upper Bonnington Dam, when completed in 1906, only generated hydroelectric power, and has served that purpose ever since.
None of its former landmarks — with the exceptions of the Station Chapel ( it was the Olongapo Parish Church before the war ) and the Spanish Gate — withstood the sweep of the war's fury.