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Notable British cars of this era included the 1959 Mini — designed by Alec Issigonis for the British Motor Corporation, and Malcolm Sayer's 1961 E-type Jaguar.
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Notable examples of such releases include the albums Golden Country Origins by Grassroots Records of Australia and Hillbilly Haley by the British label, Rollercoaster, as well as the aforementioned German release by Hydra Records.
Notable Cheddar cheeses include " Quickes ", which in 2009 was awarded cheese of the year by the British Cheese Association, " Keen's ", with a strong tang, " Montgomery's ", with an apple aftertaste.
Notable US radio disc jockeys of the period include Alan Freed, Wolfman Jack, Kasey Kasem, and their British counterparts such as the BBC's Brian Matthew, Radio London's John Peel, and later in the 60s, Radio Caroline's Tony Blackburn.
Notable violations of embassy extraterritoriality include repeated invasions of the British Embassy, Beijing ( 1967 ), the Iran hostage crisis ( 1979 – 1981 ), the Japanese embassy hostage crisis at the ambassador's residence in Lima, Peru ( 1996 ), the overrunning of the Israeli Embassy in Cairo, Egypt ( 2011 ).
Notable examples of psychobiographies are those of Lewis Namier, who wrote about the British House of Commons, and Fawn Brodie, who wrote about Thomas Jefferson.
Notable British colonial privateers in Nova Scotia include Alexander Godfrey of the brig Rover and Joseph Barss of the schooner Liverpool Packet.
Notable members of the college in its early years include Robert Blake, Cromwell's admiral and founder of British sea-power in the Mediterranean, the libertine poet and courtier John Wilmot, 2nd Earl of Rochester and Christopher Wren.
Notable persons to have publicly stated that UFO evidence is being suppressed include Senator Barry Goldwater, Admiral Lord Hill-Norton ( former NATO head and chief of the British Defence Staff ), Brigadier-General Arthur Exon ( former commanding officer of Wright-Patterson AFB ), Vice-Admiral Roscoe H. Hillenkoetter ( first CIA director ), astronauts Gordon Cooper and Edgar Mitchell, former Canadian Defence Minister Paul Hellyer, and the 1999 French COMETA report by various French generals and aerospace experts.
Notable exhibits in the museum are Thrust2 and ThrustSSC, the British jet cars which broke the land speed record in 1983 and 1997 respectively and some of the Royal cars-Queen Mary's and King George VI's State limousines.
Notable examples of Hitchcock's early British suspense-thriller films include The Man Who Knew Too Much ( 1934 ), his first spy-chase / romantic thriller, The 39 Steps ( 1935 ) with Robert Donat handcuffed to Madeleine Carroll and The Lady Vanishes ( 1938 ).
Internationally, The Bhundu Boys are by far the best-known jit performers, and have worked with numerous American and British musicians. Notable recent bands to come up with the Jit sound are Nehoreka who fuse the traditional Jit with funk sounds, there is also Mokoomba and Q Montana.
Notable British car designers include John Polwhele Blatchley, Ian Callum, Colin Chapman, Alec Issigonis, Charles Spencer King and Gordon Murray.
Notable British acid jazz bands of the 1990s included Brand New Heavies, Galliano, Incognito, James Taylor Quartet, Jamiroquai ( also classified as funk and disco ) and Urban Species, US3 ( also classified as jazz rap ), as well as dozens of less commercially successful artists.
The works of author Yseult Bridges about British cases ; Inspector Dew's I Caught Crippen ( 1938 ); and the Notable British Trials series were all works that can be regarded as true crime.
Notable ones include the American British Academy, the British School Muscat, the Indian School Al Ghubra and The Sultan's School ( also see List of Private Schools in Oman ).
" Notable weather reports have included the " Metball ", a pinball-style graphic of the British Isles with Stuart's face as the ball, and another featuring the " Weather Collar ;" Stuart wearing a vast iron collar with the British Islands painted on it, rotating his head to face different areas of the country.
), Notable British Trials Series: Trial of George Henry Lamson ( London, Edinburgh, Glasgow: William Hodge & Co., Ltd., 1912, 1951 ), pp. 210 – 13
Notable DFS-produced aircraft include the DFS 230 transport glider ( 1600 + produced ), the German counterpart to the British Airspeed Horsa glider, and the DFS 194 forerunner of the famous Messerschmitt Me 163 rocket fighter.
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Notable for its initial download-only distribution model, rFactor originally released with fictional cars and tracks.
Notable examples include Toyota swapping in highly tuned 4-cylinder engines originally from the Toyota Celica into their Toyota Supra GT500 race cars.
Still during the 1960s British manufacturers sought professional help from the Italians, Giovanni Michelotti, Ercole Spada and Pininfarina. Notable British contributions to automobile designs were Morris Mini by Alec Issigonis, Several Jaguar Cars by Sir William Lyons, Aston Martin DB Series, and several cars from Triumph and MG. Ford Europe based in Great Britain is notable for Ford Sierra, a creation of Uwe Bahnsen, Robert Lutz, and Patrick le Quément.
Notable amenities within the surrounding area include: Croft Circuit ( cars ), Catterick racecourse ( horses ), Darlington FC, Darlington Railway Centre and Museum, Kiplin Hall, Richmond Castle and several pubs.
Notable drivers ( Winston Cup race winners, Rookies of the Year, & renowned drivers from other championships such as IndyCars or sports cars ) are highlighted in bold.
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Notable names in mid-century modern design include Adrian Frutiger, designer of the typefaces Univers and Frutiger ; Paul Rand, who, from the late 1930s until his death in 1996, took the principles of the Bauhaus and applied them to popular advertising and logo design, helping to create a uniquely American approach to European minimalism while becoming one of the principal pioneers of the subset of graphic design known as corporate identity ; and Josef Müller-Brockmann, who designed posters in a severe yet accessible manner typical of the 1950s and 1970s era.
Notable Parsons-penned songs included "$ 1000 Wedding ", a holdover from the Burrito Brothers era, and " Brass Buttons ", a 1965 opus which addresses his mother's alcoholism.
Notable examples include gliders and some World War II-era aircraft, primarily some fighter aircraft and many dive bombers of the era.
Notable Art Deco buildings include several 1930s era skyscrapers, such as the National Newark Building and Eleven 80, the restored Newark Penn Station, and Arts High School.
Notable UFC fighters to emerge in this era include Hall of Famers Mark Coleman, Randy Couture, Chuck Liddell, Matt Hughes and Tito Ortiz, as well as notables Vitor Belfort, Mark Kerr, Pedro Rizzo, Murilo Bustamante, Pat Miletich, Frank Shamrock, Mikey Burnett, Jeremy Horn, Pete Williams, Jens Pulver, Evan Tanner, Andrei Arlovski and Wanderlei Silva, among others.
Notable long-serving Premiers of Quebec in this era were Lomer Gouin and Louis-Alexandre Taschereau.
Notable singers of this period include also Fotis Polymeris, Sofia Vembo ( a star of the era ), Mary Lo, Danaë Stratigopoulou, Tzimis Makoulis, Stella Greca and Tony Maroudas.
Notable storylines during the " Bea, Lizzie and Doreen " era of the show ( late-1979 – late-1981 ) included the 1979 cliffhanger involving a terrorist raid on the prison in which governor Erica Davidson was shot and wounded.
Notable performers of the era include Tymofiy Bilohradsky who later studied lute under Sylvius Leopold Weiss in Dresden, his daughter Yelyzaveta who was a famous operatic soprano, and Oleksiy Rozumovsky, a court bandurist and the morganatic husband of Empress Elizabeth.
Notable players from this era included Bronco Horvath, Gerry Cheevers, Bobby Perreault, Al Arbour, Darryl Sly, Norm " Red " Armstrong, Duane Rupp, Wally Boyer, Dick Gamble, Stan Smrke, Jim Pappin, Don Cherry, Gerry Ehman, Larry Hillman, and Mike Walton.
Notable innovations from that era include the Ashley heater, a thermostatically controlled stove with an optional perforated steel enclosure that prevented accidental contact with hot surfaces.
Notable players from this era included midfielder Tony Green, who subsequently became a club legend at both Blackpool and Newcastle United, and goalkeeper Jim Brown, who moved on to Chesterfield, and then Sheffield United – both players were capped for Scotland.
Notable winners and shortlisted works have inspired several well-known Australian films from original novels, including The Silver Brumby series, a collection by Elyne Mitchell which recount the life and adventures of Thowra, a Snowy Mountains brumby stallion ; Storm Boy ( 1964 ), by Colin Thiele, about a boy and his pelican and the relationships he has with his father, the pelican, and an outcast Aboriginal man called Fingerbone ; the Sydney based Victorian era time travel adventure Playing Beatie Bow ( 1980 ) by Ruth Park ; and, for older children and mature readers, Melina Marchetta's 1993 novel about a Sydney high school girl Looking for Alibrandi.
Notable production credits from this era include Robyn Hitchcock and the Egyptians ' 1991 album Respect, the Stone Roses ' album Second Coming, The Lilac Time's And Love For All, Ride's 1993 ( Carnival of Light ), Elastica's 1994 eponymous debut album, Cast's albums All Change ( 1995 ) and Mother Nature Calls ( 1997 ), Kula Shaker's debut K ( 1996 ), and The Verve's A Storm in Heaven.
Notable achievements during 1852 – 1860 were completion of the state Administration Building, acclaimed as one of the most elaborate and elegant buildings for that era, the hiring of a woman teacher, and including vocational training as part of the program.
They eventually found some success, defeating Sao Tome e Principe 5 – 0 in 1976. Notable players from that era include Nabatingue Toko, who played with French clubs from the mid-1970s to mid-1980s.
Notable writers during Dubay's era as editor included Gerry Boudreau, Budd Lewis, Jim Stenstrum, Steve Skeates and Doug Moench.
I. ČsŠK became the champions of Slovakia in 1922. Notable players from the early era were Pavol Šoral, Štefan Čambal and Štefan Priboj.