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" Praise also came from Nick Lake, the editorial director of HarperCollins Children's Books, who proclaimed that " Garner is, quite simply, one of the greatest and most influential writers this country has ever produced.
Praise also came for Laurence Olivier's cameo as the Duke of Wellington, with Philip French of The Times writing that "... Olivier's brief appearance as the Duke of Wellington is a beautifully witty and rounded characterisation that is worth the price of the admission in itself ".
Praise for the book also came from contemporaries such as Jules Feiffer, and literary writers such as Umberto Eco.
One of the first number one singles of the year came from music producer, Fatboy Slim who topped the charts for one week with his single " Praise You ".
After graduating from the University of Alabama and beginning a promising, if not immediately rewarding, artistic career in New York City, he came across the 1941 book, Let Us Now Praise Famous Men, in which James Agee describes in prose, and Walker Evans in photographs, the experience of living among the dirt-poor farming families of Hale County during the Great Depression.
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* " In Praise of Open Thinking ", audio from a panel discussion with his son George Dyson, recorded 07-29-2004
In addition to some language derived from the New Testament in the liturgy itself ( e. g., the Trisagion may be based on Apocalypse 4: 8, and the beginning of the " Hymn of Praise " draws upon Luke 2: 14 ), the reading of extended passages from the New Testament is a practice common to almost all Christian worship, liturgical or not.
* Volume I. Eusebius: Church History from A. D. 1-324, Life of Constantine the Great, Oration in Praise of Constantine
On Jones ' 70th birthday, 7 June 2010, the single " Burning Hell ", a cover of the John Lee Hooker classic, from the forthcoming Praise & Blame album, was released.
Praise for Lysenko's work included such items as credit from the Soviet newspaper Pravda for having discovered a method to fertilize fields without using fertilizers or minerals, and for having proven that a winter crop of peas could be grown in Azerbaijan, " turning the barren fields of the Transcaucasus green in winter, so that cattle will not perish from poor feeding, and the peasant Turk will live through the winter without trembling for tomorrow.
" That same month, Phil released Lights of Madrid, an album of Spanish-flavored instrumentals that included a re-recording of " Praise Dance " from 1996's On the Fly.
: A Praise Gathering for Believers, " the first album from a Christian record company to achieve this honor ", which was certified gold by the RIAA, and nominated in 1974 for a Dove Award for Gospel Song of the Year, their arranger Ronn Huff added the prefatory words to " God Gave the Song " that are similar to those in " The Tune ".
The modern hymn writers he was at pains to shield from criticism some 30 years ago are now being questioned by Norman for becoming part of a multi-national Praise and Worship industry, producing manufactured rather than genuine praise .... Norman asks why a song written as an act of worship should remain the lucrative copyright property of the composer and not the property of the one to whom it is being offered — God: ' God doesn't charge us a fee to worship Him.
* James Agee ( 1909 – 55 ), author, editor, poet ; lived in Frenchtown with second wife Alma from 1938 – 1939 ; wrote Let Us Now Praise Famous Men while in Frenchtown.
Another doxology in widespread use in English, in some Protestant traditions commonly referred to simply as The Doxology or The Common Doxology, begins " Praise God, from whom all blessings flow ".
He achieved notoriety by a series of eccentric journeys e. g. he travelled from London to Queenborough in a paper boat with two stockfish tied to canes for oars, described in " The Praise of Hemp-Seed ", which was re-enacted in 2006.
The annual 92 hours of religious programming comprise weekly editions of recorded Songs of Praise, Christian services and other shows from independent production companies.
Dando went on to present the BBC television programmes Breakfast Time, Breakfast News, the BBC One O ' Clock News, the Six O ' Clock News, the travel programme Holiday, the crime appeal series Crimewatch ( from 1995 until her death ) and occasionally Songs of Praise.
Away from gardening, Titchmarsh has had spells presenting Songs of Praise, and a series of programmes on BBC Radio 2 in which he played a selection of light classical music, and more recently a BBC nature documentary series, British Isles-A Natural History.
Praise from the master .” O ’ Dell goes on to describe the years with the Rolling Stones as her lost years because she can hardly remember anything due to her drug consumption.
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However, other songs, including " In Praise of Women ", " The Miller's Son " and " Liaisons ", were cut and remain heard only as background orchestrations.
He also wrote The Praise of Folly, Handbook of a Christian Knight, On Civility in Children, Copia: Foundations of the Abundant Style, Julius Exclusus, and many other works.
Loesser had started out his career writing lyrics for other composers, and " Praise the Lord " was the first song for which he wrote the melody as well as the lyrics.
Eighty of his Discourses ( or Orations ) are extant, as well as a few Letters and a funny mock essay In Praise of Hair, as well as a few other fragments.
In 1965, by granting a Decree of Praise, Pope Paul VI granted Mother Teresa's request to expand her congregation to other countries.
This was one of the earliest Radio One gospel stations marked with the " Praise " nickname which spread to its other stations over the course of the decade.
Kaddish actually means " Sanctification " ( or " Prayer of Making Holy ") which is a prayer " In Praise of God "; or other special remembrances known as Yizkor ; and also a Hazkara which is said either on the annual commemoration known as the Yahrzeit as well on Jewish holidays.
CM1 would service big sports commitments and other large events around the Midland region such as the snooker at Sheffield, Grand Prix from Silverstone Race Track, Songs of Praise and many others and it was an integral part of the BBC's nationwide TV OB fleet.
Other musical ensembles on campus include gospel choirs Dynamic Praise, Voices of Triumph, the group Serenity, and countless other talented groups of students.
Nobel Laureate Bertrand Russell's In Praise of Idleness ; And other essays is another book that explores the virtues of being idle in the modern society.
Despite the fact that there are other enclaves of Filipinos living outside this district ( such as Artesia, Cerritos, Eagle Rock ) it was named " Historic Filipinotown " since it was one of the few areas where Filipinos first settled during the early part of the 20th century and home to key Filipino organizations, Filipino churches ( Filipino Christian Church, Iglesia ni Kristo, St. Columban Filipino Catholic Church, United Church of God Ministries, Praise Christian Fellowship and Congregational Christian Church, housing ( Manila Terrace, Mindanao Towers, Mountain View Terrace and Villa Ramos ) and social service centers.
Shortly after recording In Praise of Learning, first Moore and then Blegvad left Henry Cow due of incompatibilities with the other musicians in the group.
The three authors co-authored the seminal text of the créolité movement, Eloge de la créolité ( In Praise of Creoleness, 1989 ), in addition to other theoretical texts.
* In Praise of " Balderdash " ( And other words for " nonsense ") by Amardeep Singh, Assistant Professor of English at Lehigh University-a blog