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The night was so clear that Richardson had no difficulty making out the silhouette.
Holly was offered a spot in the Winter Dance Party, a three-week tour across the Midwest opening on January 23, 1959, by the GAC agency, with other notable performers such as Dion and the Belmonts, Ritchie Valens, and J. P. " The Big Bopper " Richardson.
An Irish translation of the revised prayer book of 1662 was effected by John Richardson ( 1664 – 1747 ) and published in 1712.
In 1987, shortly after it was decided that Charlotte would receive an expansion National Basketball Association franchise ( the Charlotte Hornets ), former NFL player Jerry Richardson met with a group of potential backers to discuss the possibility of bringing an NFL expansion team to the Carolina region.
The first world title was won by the Canadian team from Regina, Saskatchewan, skipped by Ernie Richardson.
Naturalist John Richardson, who studied the breed in the 1820s, before it was diluted by crossings with other breeds, could detect no decided difference in form between the breed and coyotes, and surmised it was a domesticated version of the wild animal.
The ceremony was presided over by Governor Bill Richardson and New Mexico Supreme Court Chief Justice Charles W. Daniels.
Dhrystone was published in Ada, with the C version for Unix developed by Rick Richardson (" version 1. 1 ") greatly contributing to its popularity.
His grandmother, Joni Richardson, stated that Lambert was experimenting with both drugs and alcohol, which may have contributed to his suicide.
On the other hand, Michael K. Richardson, Professor of Evolutionary Developmental Zoology, Leiden University, while recognizing that some criticisms of the drawings are legitimate ( indeed, it was he and his co-workers who began the modern criticisms in 1998 ), has supported the drawings as teaching aids, and has said that " on a fundamental level, Haeckel was correct "
One example of this was when Media Watch reported that Dave " Sluggo " Richardson had made a highly misleading report on Christopher Skase for Today Tonight.
In 1972, the same phenomenon was observed in helium-3, but at temperatures much closer to absolute zero, by American physicists Douglas D. Osheroff, David M. Lee, and Robert C. Richardson.
The first Hamlet in color was a 1969 film directed by Tony Richardson with Nicol Williamson as Hamlet and Marianne Faithfull as Ophelia.
A variation on the phrase was written into Terry Pratchett's Hogfather for Death, voiced by Richardson.
Kagoshima was bombarded by the British Royal Navy in 1863 to punish the daimyō of Satsuma for the murder of Charles Lennox Richardson on the Tōkaidō highway the previous year and its refusal to pay an indemnity in compensation.
In 2010, a letter from a steward ( thought to be Jim Richardson ) on the Nahlin steam yacht was discovered.
Albert Richardson, who knew him personally in the 1850s, wrote that Kit Carson was " a gentleman by instinct, upright, pure, and simple-hearted, beloved alike by Indians, Mexicans, and Americans ".
Richardson was born in Southport, Lancashire, to Marian Georgina ( née Townsend ), a housewife, and William Alan Richardson, a marketing executive.
In 2008 Richardson was cast in a leading role in original AMC pilot, Rubicon.
A major aquifer was discovered when merchant Nathan Jaffa had a well drilled in his back yard on Richardson Avenue in 1890, resulting in the area's first major growth and development spurt.
The name " Tibeto-Burman " was first applied to this group in 1856 by James Richardson Logan, who added Karen in 1858.

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This makes the future of a team in Ottawa an uncertain one, because if it is decided to demolish the stadium, an Ottawa team would be without a stadium until another is built, and would have to play at a smaller venue in Ottawa or in another Ontario town such as Kingston, which has a stadium ( Richardson Memorial Stadium ) that could be raised to the CFL minimum of 25, 000 seats, and has hosted a Grey Cup game before, or the most likely scenario, the Ottawa Renegades will stay suspended for the foreseeable future until a new stadium is built or the team will be folded outright.
They lost Game 1 in Rochester 110 – 106, and would also have C Oliver Miller ejected and suspended for the remainer of the series for entering the stands to confront fans that were throwing items at Micheal Ray Richardson, who was moments earlier ejected from the game.
Following the latter incident, Richardson was suspended without pay by the Suns for one game for " Conduct detrimental to the Team ".
Then on August 28, 2009, the NBA suspended Richardson for the first two games of the 2009-10 season due to his DUI arrest.
However, this was overshadowed when the next day, coach Micheal Ray Richardson was suspended for the rest of the season for firing expletives at hecklers during games and his comments in an interview with the Albany Times Union newspaper, stating that Jews were " crafty ( because ) they are hated worldwide.

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A detachment of six men from the 701st Chemical Maintenance Company under First Lt. Howard D. Beckstrom went aboard, followed by Lt. Thomas H. Richardson, the Cargo Security Officer.
Holly, Valens, Richardson and the pilot were killed en route to Moorhead, Minnesota, when their plane crashed soon after taking off from nearby Mason City in the early morning hours of February 3.
Id Software has moved from the " cube-shaped " Mesquite office, to a newly built location in Richardson, Texas.
Along with Karel Reisz, Tony Richardson, and others, he secured funding from a variety of sources ( including Ford of Britain ) and they each made a series of short documentaries on a variety of subjects.
As reported in several studies, the media have depicted cults as problematic, controversial, and threatening from the beginning, tending to favor sensationalistic stories over balanced public debates ( Beckford, 1985 ; Richardson, Best, & Bromley, 1991 ; Victor, 1993 ).
Five colleges, McMurtry, Duncan, Martel, Jones, and Brown are located on the north side of campus, across from the " South Colleges ", Baker, Will Rice, Lovett, Hanszen, Sid Richardson, and Wiess, on the other side of the Academic Quadrangle.
On 29 December 1988, Richardson, coach of the Mandela United Football Club ( MUFC ) – which acted as Mrs. Mandela's personal security detail – abducted 14-year-old James Seipei ( also known as Stompie Moeketsi ) and three other youths from the home of Methodist minister Rev.
Jennings gave up his seat in the plane to J. P. Richardson, who was suffering from a cold.
Allsup lost a coin toss to Ritchie Valens for his seat on the plane, while Jennings gave up his seat to J. P. Richardson, who was suffering from a cold and complaining about how uncomfortable a long bus trip was for a man of his size.
A decade later, John Barton's 1974 production for the RSC ( with assistance from Clifford Williams ) featured Sebastian Shaw in the title role, Tim Pigott-Smith as Posthumus, Ian Richardson as Jachimo, and Susan Fleetwood as Imogen.
Many prominent civic, professional, and commercial leaders from around the United States participated in the financing, coordination, and management of the Fair, including Chicago shoe tycoon Charles H. Schwab, Chicago railroad and manufacturing magnate John Whitfield Bunn, and Connecticut banking, insurance, and iron products magnate Milo Barnum Richardson, among many others.
Richardson was married to actress Vanessa Redgrave from 1962 until they divorced in 1967.
In June, 1940, formal announcement was made that the de Havilland Aircraft Co., Ltd., had completed negotiations for the purchase from Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, Ltd., of that firm's holding of Airspeed ordinary shares.
This gave rise to the question of whether an accidental firearm discharge had caused the crash, and whether or not Richardson was not hurt as badly and tried to crawl for help, since his body was found farther from the crash site.
The body of Richardson was well preserved, but showed " massive fractures from head to toe " confirming that he, too, had died on impact.
In 1947, BBC Light Programme aired an episode of their Theatre Programme which featured an analysis of the play by Ralph Richardson and scenes recorded from John Burrell's Edinburgh Festival production starring Trevor Howard and Patricia Burke.
Redgrave's daughters, Natasha Richardson ( 1963 – 2009 ) and Joely Richardson ( b. 1965 ) from her 1962 – 67 marriage to film director Tony Richardson, also built respected acting careers.
Her daughter Natasha Richardson died on 18 March 2009 from a traumatic brain injury caused by a skiing accident.
The trade his father pursued was that of a joiner ( a type of carpenter, but Richardson explains that it was " then more distinct from that of a carpenter than now it is with us ").
The Richardsons were not exiled forever from London ; they eventually returned, and the young Richardson was educated at Christ's Hospital grammar school.

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