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Smith told the press he was fed up with the anti-image association that some considered to be " elaborately disguising their plainness ", stating, " We had to get away from that anti-image thing, which we didn't even create in the first place.
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Clive Stafford Smith, Legal Director of the UK branch of the human rights group Reprieve, said " We are told that al-Libi committed suicide in his Libyan prison.
Movement founder Joseph Smith, Jr. told his earliest followers that the Garden of Eden had been located in Jackson County, and that the New Jerusalem where Jesus will come in the Second Coming would be built in Independence.
In the book, Smith related tales told him by natives and explorers about a creature given two different names: " jago-nini " and " amali ".
“ In effect, he told the Nation that we have lost the peace, that our whole war effort was in vain ,” noted Representative Frederick Smith of Ohio.
Joseph Smith, Jr. ( who would later become the founder of the Latter Day Saint movement ) said that on the night of September 21, 1823, Moroni appeared to Smith and told him about the Golden Plates that were buried ( in a stone box ) a few miles from Smith's home ; visited Smith various times over the course of the next six years ; and after Smith translated a portion of the writing on the plates ( either one-third or two-thirds ; accounts vary ) as the Book of Mormon, Smith turned the plates back over to Moroni.
While McKeon had previously told Herzog that Smith was untouchable in any trade, the Padres were now so angry at Smith's agent Gottlieb that McKeon was willing to deal.
Smith later recalled that, " Whitey told me that with me playing shortstop for the St. Louis Cardinals, we could win the pennant.
Just as Herzog had predicted when he told Smith the Cardinals would win the pennant with him on the team, Smith found himself as the team's starting shortstop in the best-of-seven 1982 World Series against the Milwaukee Brewers.
In 2004, ten-year old Tilly Smith of Surrey, England, was on Maikhao beach in Phuket, Thailand with her parents and sister, and having learned about tsunamis recently in school, told her family that a tsunami might be imminent.
MGM publicity head Pete Smith recognized her ability but felt that her name sounded fake ; it also, he told studio head Louis B. Mayer, sounded like " Le Sewer ".
The story, which is told in the first person, centers on down-and-out actor Lawrence Smith ( stage name Lorenzo Smythe, a. k. a. " The Great Lorenzo ").
A brilliant actor and mimic ( or so we are told, by Smith himself ), he is down to his last coin when a spaceman hires him to double for a public figure.
" In August 2011, Smith told Hot Press that The Cure may not be interested in wrapping up the leftover material that was recorded during the 4: 13 Dream sessions.
The weroance Chief Powhatan told Captain Smith about his Virginia Peninsula-based Powhatan Confederacy, and went on to say that he had wiped out the Roanoke colonists just prior to the arrival of the Jamestown settlers because they were living with the Chesepian, a tribe living in the eastern portion of the present-day South Hampton Roads sub-region who, besides having refused to join Chief Powhatan's Powhatan Confederacy, were also prophesied to rise up and destroy his empire.
In 1982 Bob Smith ( Wolfman Jack ), ran into a radio engineer friend named Mike Venditti and he told Venditti that no one had been able to get XERF back on full power with its old RCA 250 kW transmitter, because RCA did not have any manuals relating to the equipment.
" Of course, he was a formidable adversary ," Westmoreland told correspondent W. Thomas Smith, Jr. " Let me also say that Giap was trained in small-unit, guerrilla tactics, but he persisted in waging a big-unit war with terrible losses to his own men.
on location in Durango, Mexico, Candy called his friends, including Canadian Football League commissioner Larry Smith, and told them that he had just let go of his team and was putting it up for sale.
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They are hailed by the nation's press, and Smith girls throng the riverbanks at Northampton and refresh the voyageurs with hot soup and kisses.
The agreement prompted a press conference at Busch Stadium on June 19, 1996, during which Smith announced he would retire from baseball at season's end.
Television's performances at CBGB helped kick-start the first wave of punk bands, inspiring a number of different artists including Patti Smith, who wrote the first press review of Television for the Soho Weekly News in June 1974.
Smith referred to Nixon's " last press conference " after his disastrous losing campaign against Democrat Edmund G. " Pat " Brown, Sr., for governor of California.
UPI White House reporter Merriman Smith was an eyewitness, and he commandeered the press car's only phone to dictate the story to UPI as AP reporter Jack Bell tried — without success — to wrest the phone away so he could call his office.
While Smith wrote the single from as a throwaway, " stupid " pop song to the press, it became a minor hit in the UK, reaching number 44 on the singles chart.
In February 1989, Tolhurst's exit was made official and announced to the press ; this resulted in Roger O ' Donnell becoming a full-fledged member of the band and left Smith as The Cure's only remaining founder member.
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington was attacked by the Washington press, and politicians in the U. S. Congress, as anti-American and pro-Communist for its portrayal of corruption in the American government.
Within the final six months of her life, Smith was the focus of a renewed press coverage surrounding the death of her son, Daniel and the paternity and custody battle over her newborn daughter, Dannielynn.
On June 22, 2002, Mayors Bruce Akers of Pepper Pike, Kathy Mulcahy of Orange Village, Charles Smith of Woodmere Village, Susan Renda of Moreland Hills and Cuyahoga County Executive Ed Fitzgerald held a press conference to announce a study that will be conducted to assess the advisability of merging the four communities.
In 1986, Smith altered his image by appearing on-stage and in press photos sporting short spiky hair and polo shirts ( this can be seen in The Cure in Orange, a concert in the south of France released on video in 1987 ).
In order to achieve this, Smith and his assistant editor Nick Logan raided the underground press for its best writers, such as Charles Shaar Murray and Nick Kent, recruited other writers such as Tony Tyler, Ian MacDonald and Californian Danny Holloway.
After two days of consultation, Smith and the Nauvoo city council voted on June 10, 1844 to declare the paper a public nuisance, and ordered the paper's printing press destroyed.
Ultimately, after considering William Blackstone's canon, the council declared the press a nuisance and ordered Smith, as Nauvoo's mayor, to order the city marshall to destroy the paper and the press.
In a letter to Governor Thomas Ford written four days after the destruction of the press, Smith described the city council ’ s opinion of the paper and its authors:
Although never formally confirmed, it is widely accepted that Jandek's real name is Sterling Richard Smith ( probably born October 26, 1945 ); a review of Ready for the House in OP magazine, the first ever national press given to Jandek, refers to the artist as Sterling Smith ,< ref >
Smith and Robert Cecil to the Shadow Cabinet and using his business acumen to reorganise the party, resulting in better relations with the press and local branches, along with the raising of a £ 671, 000 " war chest " for the next general election that was almost double that available at the previous one.
The defeat was devastating to Smith and Howard, and was widely attributed in the press to a jockey error.
The original Mamie Smith recording was in 1920, of “ Crazy Blues .” General Phonograph Corp, OKeH ’ s manufacturer used Smith ’ s success as the press to cultivate the new market.