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So popular was this event that it quickly caught on, becoming a fixture at the Olympic games, with major cities staging their own annual events.
A popular example of this is the TV program So You Think You Can Dance.
So called Cool roofs are becoming increasingly popular, and in some cases are mandated by local codes.
The album provided two mainstream hits: the lead single " Price to Play ", and " So Far Away " ( which spent 14 weeks on top of the rock chart, and was featured on an episode of Smallville ); in addition, two other singles failed to crack the Hot 100 —" How About You " and " Zoe Jane "— but " How About You " was a fairly popular song on modern rock radio.
Her novels were especially popular and included the Pulitzer Prize-winning So Big ( 1924 ), Show Boat ( 1926 ; made into the celebrated 1927 musical ), Cimarron ( 1929 ; made into the 1931 film which won the Academy Award for Best Picture ), and Giant ( 1952 ; made into the 1956 Hollywood movie ).
So, while the name or spelling Shiraz may be an effect of the English language on a French name, there is no evidence that it actually originated in Australia, although it was definitely the Australian usage and the Australian wines that made the use of this name popular.
So, the code may not be tuned to any particular CPU, or may be tuned to work best on the most popular CPU and yet still work acceptably well on other CPUs.
* In the collection of short stories and essays by Lafcadio Hearn, In Ghostly Japan, the author is told the popular story of a girl that swims to her lover guided by a lantern, and he comments on the similarities with the western story: "—" So ," I said to myself, " in the Far East, it is poor Hero that does the swimming.
So popular was the genre that he soon had competition in the form of William S. Hart.
So popular was his work that the second item of merchandise ever licensed by Playboy ( after cufflinks with the famous rabbit-head logo ) was a cocktail-napkin set, " Females by Cole ", featuring his cartoons.
So popular was the curative waters that flowed from Lithia Springs that people came for miles to drink its legendary healing water.
During the 1950s, Bogarde came to prominence playing a hoodlum who shoots and kills a police constable in The Blue Lamp ( 1950 ) co-starring Jack Warner and Bernard Lee ; a handsome artist who comes to rescue of Jean Simmons during the World's Fair in Paris in So Long at the Fair, a film noir thriller ; an accidental murderer who befriends a young boy played by Jon Whiteley in Hunted ( aka The Stranger in Between ) ( 1952 ); in Appointment in London ( 1953 ) as a young Wing-Commander in Bomber Command who, against orders, opts to fly his 90th mission with his men in a major air offensive against the Germans ; an unjustly imprisoned man who regains hope in clearing his name when he learns his sweetheart, Mai Zetterling, is still alive in Desperate Moment ( 1953 ); Doctor in the House ( 1954 ), as a medical student, in a film that made Bogarde one of the most popular British stars of the 1950s, and co-starring Kenneth More, Donald Sinden and James Robertson Justice as their crabby mentor ; The Sleeping Tiger ( 1954 ), playing a neurotic criminal with co-star Alexis Smith, and Bogarde's first film for American expatriate director Joseph Losey ; Doctor at Sea ( 1955 ), co-starring Brigitte Bardot in one of her first film roles ; as a returning Colonial who fights the Mau-Mau with Virginia McKenna and Donald Sinden in Simba ( 1955 ); Cast a Dark Shadow ( 1955 ), as a man who marries women for money and then murders them ; The Spanish Gardener ( 1956 ), co-starring Michael Hordern, Jon Whiteley, and Cyril Cusack ; Doctor at Large ( 1957 ), again with Donald Sinden, another entry in the " Doctor films series ", co-starring later Bond-girl Shirley Eaton ; the Powell and Pressburger production Ill Met by Moonlight ( 1957 ) co-starring Marius Goring as the German General Kreipe, kidnapped on Crete by Patrick " Paddy " Leigh Fermor ( Bogarde ) and a fellow band of adventurers based on W. Stanley Moss ' real-life account of the WW2 caper ; A Tale of Two Cities ( 1958 ), a faithful retelling of Charles Dickens ' classic ; as a Flt.
He is best known for his popular music chart successes with songs such as, " All Around the World " ( 1955 ), " Need Your Love So Bad " ( 1956 ) and " Fever " the same year, the latter covered in 1958 by Peggy Lee.
In 1982 the group's third single, produced by Mike Howlett " I Ran ( So Far Away )" became a worldwide hit, most notably reaching number 1 in Australia and the top 10 in the US and New Zealand ( where the band became popular ).
So popular was the first Comus parade that the prospect of its second one attracted, for the first time, thousands of out-of-town visitors to New Orleans for the Carnival celebration.
" The impact of the Huntley-Brinkley Report on popular culture of the 1960s can be illustrated by a verse from the 1965 song " So Long, Mom ( A Song for World War III )" by the satirist Tom Lehrer:
The Sep Noi, capable of playing popular tunes, includes two bowed string instruments, the So U and the So I, also known to the Indians.
Some contemporary family sitcoms have made the blended family sitcom more popular with the TGIF show Step by Step bringing about other shows such as Aliens in the Family, Life with Derek, Drake & Josh, and the short lived NBC family sitcom Something So Right.
So many of the tunes of our well-known popular songs were actually written by the great masters -- like these familiar themes ... "
Its popularity continues due to popular music shows So You Think You Can Dance and Dancing with the Stars.
So, on the one hand there is the homogenized Greek popular song, with all the idioms of traditional Greek folk music, and on the other, the peculiar musical trends of the urban rebetiko ( song of the cities ) known also in Greece as αστικό.
So popular was Youngdahl that he won each successive gubernatorial election by an ever-larger margin.
So far, PGA's major function has been to serve as a political space for coordinating decentralised Global Action Days around the world, to highlight the global resistance of popular movements to capitalist globalisation.

So and were
So persistent were these attacks that in March of the following year, Woodruff was finally moved to action, and Pike was to learn his first lesson in frontier politics, the subtle art of diversion.
So were a lot of other people.
So there we were talking around and about it.
So, while we properly inveigh against the new poisoning, history is not likely to justify the pose of righteousness which some in the West were so quick to assume when Mr. Khrushchev made his cynical and irresponsible threat.
So impressive were those serious years of study at the university that Hans later wrote, `` to be perfectly free, the young man must revel in the great kingdom of thought and imagination ; ;
So many Cubans were reported being swept into the Castro dragnet that the massive Sports Palace auditorium and at least one hotel were converted into makeshift jails.
So, too, was the insistence on the relativity of the external world, and the ideas that language and things perceived by consciousness were poor substitutes indeed for immediate perception by pure, indwelling spirit: the opposition of pure consciousness to ratiocinating consciousness.
So the plot creaks, the sets are decaying, the costumes are pre-historic, the orchestra was sloppy and not very well connected with what the singers were doing.
So if they were to be extended far enough they would seem to merge, at least as far as the eye could discern.
' So we'd come up with these shots that were really, really difficult, and sometimes they would take thirty-seven takes ".
So many Englishmen and Gascons came to that part, that perforce they opened the king's battle, so that the Frenchmen were so mingled among their enemies that sometime there was five men upon one gentleman.
So I wind up in Berlin, Germany, with my wife, and we were in a cab, and the cab made a short stop, and in front of us was an Opel Commodore.
So, due to the above mentioned, especially in the consecutive sequences of events, the Hierarchs of Alexandria were considered holding too much of power from one hand, and on the other hand, due to the conflict of the Schools of Theology, there would be an impasse and a scapegoat, i. e. Pope Dioscorus.
T-shirts emblazoned with Earnhardt's face were quickly printed up, brandishing the caption, " It Hurt So Good.
So that no one would be unaware of them, they were posted on wooden tablets (-axones ), where they were preserved for almost two centuries, on steles of the shape of three-sided pyramids (-kyrbeis ).
So in May 1893 a new regulation to all chiefs of police, stated that the police should not intervene, if the two last fields in the flag were longer than 6 / 4 as long as these did not exceed 7 / 4, and provided that this was the only rule violated.
" So powerful was the performance, that the band said they were not sure the song should have been used in the film, and after watching the film, they considered not playing it on future tours.
So sometimes when the show appeared on then-current events, it was a coincidence, as episodes were delayed by several months.
So two of the five ships and its men were lost by the time they got to the Marianas.
So many people were forced to move to cheaper areas in The Netherlands.
So far the only benefits of this type have been " spin-off " technologies which were developed for space missions and then were found to be at least as useful in other activities ( NASA publicizes spin-offs from its activities ).

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