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Schanze and a friend discovered a " stamp " on the flat metal sheet, which upon further inspection turned out to be a faded copy of the Apollo 16 mission insignia.
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Schanze and discovered
In 2006, shortly after Hurricane Ernesto affected Bath, North Carolina, eleven year-old Kevin Schanze discovered a piece of metal debris on the ground near his beach home.
Schanze and on
Drawn by physical exhaustion and severe depression, Anderwert committed suicide on Christmas Day 1880 on the " Kleine Schanze ", a small park next to the Houses of Parliament.
Schanze and mission
In July 2011, after returning the piece of debris at NASA's request, the sixteen-year-old Schanze was given an all-access tour of the Kennedy Space Center as well as VIP seating for the launch of STS-135, the final mission of the Space Shuttle program.
Schanze and .
During the time of the Thirty Years ' War two new fortifications, the so-called big and small Schanze ( entrenchment ), were built to protect the whole area of the peninsula.
Michael Schanze hosted the first eight seasons, until 1985, when he was replaced by Birgit Lechtermann.
friend and discovered
And so I was really upset the first time I discovered that my boy friend Johnnie was seeing Mrs. Warren.
E. J. Hulbert, a friend of Agassiz's brother-in-law, Quincy Adams Shaw, had discovered a rich copper lode known as the Calumet conglomerate on the Keweenaw Peninsula Lake Superior in Michigan.
Thus we have the story of his riding across a stick ( horse made of stick ) with his children and upon being discovered by a friend desiring that he not mention till he himself were the father of children ; and because of the affection of his son Archidamus ' for Cleonymus, he saved Sphodrias, Cleonymus ' father, from execution for his incursion into the Piraeus, and dishonorable retreat, in 378 BC.
The spiritualist writer Walburga, Lady Paget in her book Colloquies with an unseen friend ( 1907 ) was an early writer to mention the hollow earth theory, she claimed that cities exist beneath a desert, which is where the descendants of Atlantis moved to, she further claimed that an entrance will be discovered to this subterranean kingdom in the 21st century.
He came to realize the importance of latent heat in understanding the engine, which, unknown to Watt, his friend, Joseph Black, had previously discovered some years before.
Thompson claimed that it contained an extract from a rare, unnamed South American plant, which had supposedly been discovered by a friend of his, Lieutenant Moxie, who had used it as a panacea.
A family friend, Abdel Rahman el-Khamissy ( a writer / director ) discovered her and asked an Arabic language teacher at the time to give her singing lessons.
The octonions were discovered in 1843 by John T. Graves, inspired by his friend William Hamilton's discovery of quaternions.
* 1805 – Together with his friend and scientific collaborator Alexander von Humboldt, he discovered that the composition of the atmosphere does not change with decreasing pressure ( increasing altitude ).
In 1874, Muybridge discovered that his young wife Flora's friend, a drama critic known as Major Harry Larkyns, might have fathered their seven-month-old son Florado.
The pilot introduces the four original Sliders: Quinn Mallory ( Jerry O ' Connell ), a graduate student in physics who discovered and refined the Sliding technology ; Professor Maximillian Arturo ( John Rhys-Davies ), Quinn's mentor ; Wade Wells ( Sabrina Lloyd ), Quinn's friend ; and Rembrandt " Cryin ' Man " Brown ( Cleavant Derricks ), a professional singer who is accidentally caught in the first major test of the vortex and is forced to join the others.
It seems more likely that Wycherley discovered that Pope, while still professing friendship and admiration, satirized his friend in the Essay on Criticism.
This bird was discovered in 1832 by the Reverend John Bachman, who presented study skins and descriptions to his friend and collaborator, John James Audubon.
He remembers playing " Let It Be " with his friend Mike Jordan, during which Dickinson discovered his singing voice while encouraging Jordan to sing the high-notes.
Simon Winchester records that some of Bradley ’ s childhood notebooks, discovered by a friend, contained
A friend from the discussion group, who uses the handle Parkaboy, privately emails her saying a friend of a friend has discovered an encrypted watermark on one clip.
The explorer, John Franklin, who discovered the area, named it after his good friend, Baron Prudhoe of Prudhoe.
He was discovered in Janet Wood and Chrissy Snow's shower on the morning after a party they threw, explaining, " I came with a friend who knew one of the gate-crashers.
In 2000 it was discovered that the building preserved as Mary Arden's house had belonged to a friend and neighbour Adam Palmer and the house was renamed Palmer's Farm.
A stone inscription discovered at Mtskheta speaks of the first-century ruler Mihdrat I ( AD 58-106 ) as " the friend of the Caesars " and the king " of the Roman-loving Iberians.
friend and stamp
In 2000, Dalida's longtime friend Charles Aznavour recorded the hit " De la scène à la Seine ", a joyful song of her life in France, and in 2002, the French government honoured her memory with a postage stamp done in commemoration of the 15th anniversary of her death.
The corpulent black fiddler, and his friend who plays the tambourine, stamp upon the boarding of the small raised orchestra in which they sit, and play a lively measure.
With his friend and ally, Daniel O ' Connell, MacHale took a prominent part in the important question of Catholic Emancipation, impeaching in unmeasured terms the severities of the former penal code, which had branded Catholics with the stamp of inferiority.
friend and on
Ann, pleased to see her friend happy, was intrigued by the new fruits a friend of Captain Heard had sent on board for their enjoyment.
In answer to The Crisis, Swift produced The Publick Spirit Of The Whigs, his most extensive and bitter attack on his old friend.
The younger men, Vere, and Pembroke, who was also Edward's cousin and whose Lusignan blood gave him the swarthy complexion that caused Edward of Carnarvon's irreverent friend, Piers Gaveston, to nickname him `` Joseph the Jew '', were relatively new to the game of diplomacy, but Pontissara had been on missions to Rome before, and Hotham, a man of great learning, `` jocund in speech, agreeable to meet, of honest religion, and pleasing in the eyes of all '', and an archbishop to boot, was as reliable and experienced as Othon himself.
He is said to have reported that once, when she went to a hospital to call on a friend after a serious operation, and the friend protested that it had been `` nothing '', she replied, `` Well, it was your healthy American peasant blood that pulled you through ''.
I called the other afternoon on my old friend, Graves Moreland, the Anglo-American literary critic -- his mother was born in Ohio -- who lives alone in a fairy-tale cottage on the Upson Downs, raising hell and peacocks, the former only when the venerable gentleman becomes an angry old man about the state of literature or something else that is dwindling and diminishing, such as human stature, hope, and humor.
Then he called in his friend Walton and turned over the problem to him, with instructions to work out what was best -- provided it didn't pile unnecessary burdens on the President.
He said he contacted a friend, Henry Hall Wilson, on the President's staff and asked whether his orchestra could play, in the series.
Tenderly and rather tediously, the camera rivets on the abrupt, deep love of a pretty nurse and a uniformed teacher, complicated by nothing more than a friend they don't want to hurt.
He was so anxious to capture the tune in his head, he asked fellow passenger friend Harry Martin for his shirt cuff to write the tune on.
It was here, on 16 July 1916, that he again met his lifelong friend, Captain Arthur Hastings, and solved the first of his cases to be published: The Mysterious Affair at Styles.
Bronson gave it up after only a month and was self-educated from then on. He was not particularly social and his only close friend was his neighbor and second cousin William Alcott, with whom he shared books and ideas.
Abby May wrote in her journal on January 17, 1843, " A day of some excitement, as Mr. Alcott refused to pay his town tax ... After waiting some time to be committed jail, he was told it was paid by a friend.
The original song Advance Australia Fair was composed by Peter Dodds McCormick under the pen-name ' Amicus ' ( which means ' friend ' in Latin ), in the late 19th century, and first performed by Andrew Fairfax at a Highland Society function in Sydney on 30 November 1878.
She has referenced this independence from major labels in song more than once, including " The Million You Never Made " ( Not A Pretty Girl ), which discusses the act of turning down a lucrative contract, " The Next Big Thing " ( Not So Soft ), which describes an imagined meeting with a label head-hunter who evaluates the singer based on her looks, and " Napoleon " ( Dilate ), which sympathizes sarcastically with an unnamed friend who did sign with a label.
Despite complaining of his lack of a formal classical education, Dürer was greatly interested in intellectual matters and learned much from his boyhood friend Willibald Pirckheimer, whom he no doubt consulted on the content of many of his images.
Its mythical foundation was attributed to Heracles ( on behalf of his fallen friend Abderus ), its historical one to a colony from Klazomenai.
A childhood friend ( and distant relative ) of W. S. Gilbert, Beckett briefly feuded with Gilbert in 1869, but the two patched up the friendship, and Gilbert even later collaborated on projects with Beckett's brother.