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Nostalgic Yankee readers of Erskine Caldwell are today informed by proud Georgians that Tobacco Road is buried beneath a four-lane super highway, over which travel each day suburbanite businessmen more concerned with the Dow-Jones average than with the cotton crop.
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Nostalgic, sentimental, and religious images have continued in popularity, and, in the 21st century, reproductions of Victorian and Edwardian cards are easy to obtain.
Their prolific collaboration precludes from mentioning all of their projects, however, some of their best known series and projects are: Sots Art series ( 1972 – 1973 ), Post-Art series ( 1973 ), Ancestral Portraits series ( 1980 ), Nostalgic Socialist Realism series ( 1982 – 1983 ), Diary series ( 1984 – 1986 ), Anarchistic Synthesism series ( 1985 – 1986 ), Most-Wanted series ( 1993 – 1997 ), Monumental Propaganda ( 1994 ), Elephant Project ( 1995 – 2000 ), American Dreams ( 1994 – 1999 ).
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Nostalgic writing by a cricketer, a Mumbaite ( Mumbaikar ) ( resident of Mumbai ) who played street cricket in front of the fountain in his young age, reads that the fountain at the centre of the Mumbai city evokes feelings:
; Retro Tech: Nostalgic look at a piece of retro PC hardware or software, written by the Editor Ben Hardwidge.
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Image: Postmodern_townhousing_in_middle_park. jpg | Nostalgic post modern townhouses on Canterbury Road designed to fit the overall feel of the area
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These include: the Centre d ' Observació de l ' Univers ( Centre for Observing the Universe ), or PAM, of Montsec, which is an ambitious project that combines research, education and diffusion within the field of cultural and scientific tourism ; the establishment of the Tren dels Llacs ( Lakes Train ), a touristic railway that connects the provincial capital to the Pre-Pyrenees ; the creation of new exhibition spaces ( including the Museum of Lleida, the Paper Dresses Museum of Mollerussa and the Skiing Museum of the Val d ' Aran ); the organisation of routes to help discover the natural, cultural and monumental treasures of Lleida ( with the Castles of Sió Route, the Pyrenean Counties and Nostalgic Pallars Route, the Wine Route of Les Garrigues, and the Literary Routes of Pallars, etc.
" Postcyberpunk novelist Cory Doctorow, reviewing the film for Wired magazine, concluded " Nostalgic without being maudlin, No Maps for These Territories is a one-man show with revelations every minute ".
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Nostalgic, she visits Tenma at the hospital and attempts to start over with him ; rejected again, she lashes out at him.
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In 1995, Reinfeldt co-authored the book " Nostalgitrippen " ( The Nostalgic Trip ), which described several persons in the Moderate Party leadership, including Gunnar Hökmark and Bo Lundgren, as " Carl Bildt-lookalikes.
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* Nostalgic Kits Central Pictures, schematics, service bulletins, modifications, specifications and more of a large number of Heathkits
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The school organised the first GRAND REUNION ( Nostalgic Vincentians 2011 ) of all batches on 26 February 2011 with the help of all alumni.
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In Europe, Latin Swing dances include Argentine Tango, Mambo, Lindy Hop, Swing Boogie ( sometimes also known as Nostalgic Boogie ), and Disco Fox.
Gotta Have An Effeminate Heart: The Politics of Effeminacy and Sissyness in a Nostalgic Israeli TV Musical.
In Prague the Czech Republic the Prague Public Transport Company operates Nostalgic Tram Line 91 at weekends using historical tram vehicles.
* Charles Baptie " Capital Airlines a Nostalgic Flight into the Past " Charles Paptie Studio, Annandale, Virginia, 1984, L. O. C Number 84-070588
In addition, his female counterpart, the Nostalgia Chick, named her the 3rd Greatest Nostalgic Villainess of all time.
From 1981-1983, they continued to develop Sots Art in the series Nostalgic Socialist Realism, and from 1984-1990 they further developed Post-Art in the Diary Series, Anarchistic Synthesis Series, and Bayonne, N. J. Series.
In 1997, they released Boxing Nostalgic and later that same year added Allen Broyles to their lineup on organ and piano.
Internet comedian Nostalgia Critic poked fun at both advertisements in his Top 11 Nostalgic Drug PSAs video, stating, " People know this one so well, they can say it in their sleep.
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In this memoir, readers can see examples of Twain's rough-hewn humor, which would become a staple of his writing in his later books, such as Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, and A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court.
A serious modern biography for older readers is Robert E. Berry's Yankee Stargazer, published in 1941.
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Ralph Houk, successor to Casey Stengel at the Yankee helm, plans to bring the entire New York squad here from St. Petersburg, including Joe Dimaggio and large crowds are anticipated for both weekend games.
The Spanish words estadounidense ( United States person ), yanqui ( Yankee ), and gringo are Spanish terms denoting U. S. things and persons.
For referring specifically to a U. S. national and things, the words used are estadunidense ( also spelled estado-unidense ) ( United States person ), from Estados Unidos da América, and ianque ( Yankee ), but the term most often used is norte-americano, even though it could, as with its Spanish equivalent, in theory apply to Canadians, Mexicans, etc., as well.
Baked beans, apple pies, baked turkey, and pease porridge became common Yankee dishes, and some are now common nationally during Thanksgiving dinners.
Other projects Gilliam has been trying to get off the ground since the 1990s are an adaptation of Charles Dickens ' A Tale of Two Cities ( starring Mel Gibson ), an adaptation of A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court by Mark Twain ( which has been adapted into movies several times before ), and a script titled The Defective Detective that Gilliam has co-authored with Richard LaGravenese ( who wrote Gilliam's The Fisher King before ).
In 1758, British General James Wolfe made the earliest recorded use of the word Yankee to refer to people from what was to become the US, referring to the New England soldiers under his command as Yankees: " I can afford you two companies of Yankees, and the more because they are better for ranging and scouting than either work or vigilance.
In Korea, the word " Yankee " is often used to denote anyone who is white Caucasian, and also some non-white Caucasian from countries which are perceived to be predominantly ' white ', including, but not limited to, Britain, Australia, Canada, and most of Europe.
There are numerous Aboriginal sites in the park including paintings at Yankee Hat dating from at least 800 years ago.
As of 2012, Dodger Stadium is one of eleven major league parks without a corporate-sponsored name ; the others are: Marlins Park, Turner Field, Yankee Stadium, Fenway Park, Wrigley Field, Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Kauffman Stadium, Angel Stadium of Anaheim, and Nationals Park.
Major attractions are Historic Deerfield, a National Historic Landmark district with eleven house museums and a regional museum and visitors ' center, and the Yankee Candle Company.
The other three options would be either " Estadounidense " ( Unitedstatesan ), which is unwieldy, " Americano ," which many Latin Americans begrudge, since all inhabitants of the Americas are Americans, or Yanqui ( Yankee ).
New stadiums that have not hosted the All-Star Game in markets that have hosted it previously are: Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati, Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, PETCO Park in San Diego, Nationals Park in Washington, D. C., New Yankee Stadium in Bronx, New York and Target Field in Minneapolis.
Latin Americans ( who are the most affected by this use of American ) also have yanqui ( Yankee ) and the euphemism norteamericano / norte-americano " North American ", which technically includes the USA, Mexico and Canada, but is frequently used in Spanish and Portuguese to refer to the United States only.
The main dining area housed a panoramic display of Yankee Stadium from the 1950s, specifically a Chicago White Sox – Yankee game with Ford pitching and Mickey Mantle in center field ; the Yanks are up 2-0.
Boston Brahmins are wealthy Yankee families characterized by a highly discreet and inconspicuous lifestyle.
Also crafted by Waterford are the winning trophies for the French and German Grand Prix in Formula One, a bat and ball trophy presented at the final game at Yankee Stadium to Derek Jeter and a glass tennis racket for Boris Becker.
An allusion to Damiens ' attack and execution, and Casanova's account of it, are used by Mark Twain to suggest the cruelty and injustice of aristocratic power in chapter XVIII of A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court.