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" Ten Thousand Dollars A Page " was filmed at the Pasadena Art Museum, later known as the Pasadena Museum of Modern Art and now the Norton Simon Museum of Art.
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Ten and Thousand
In these campaigns Agesilaus also benefited from the aid of the Ten Thousand, who marched through miles of Persian territory to make it to the Black Sea.
Between 1507 and 1511 Dürer worked on some of his most celebrated paintings: Adam and Eve ( 1507 ), The Martyrdom of the Ten Thousand ( 1508, for Frederick of Saxony ), Virgin with the Iris ( 1508 ), the altarpiece Assumption of the Virgin ( 1509, for Jacob Heller of Frankfurt ), and Adoration of the Trinity ( 1511, for Matthaeus Landauer ).
File: Duerer ( Marter der zehntausend Christen ). jpg | Self-portrait in Martyrdom of the Ten Thousand Christians, 1508
Subtitle: " An All-Sky Atlas Comprising One Million Stars to Visual Magnitude Eleven from the Hipparcos and Tycho Catalogues and Ten Thousand Nonstellar Objects ".
He is also known separately as the " Great Sage " ( 至聖 ), " First Teacher " ( 先師 ), and " Model Teacher for Ten Thousand Ages " ( 萬世師表 ).
In the days of the Greek historians Ctesias and Herodotus, 400 BC, Nineveh had become a thing of the past ; and when Xenophon the historian passed the place in the Retreat of the Ten Thousand the very memory of its name had been lost.
In addition to the two main teachings of chanting and the Gohonzon, Nichiren Buddhism expounds the doctrine of the Ten Worlds of life, The Ten Factors of existence, the principle of The Three Thousand Realms in a single moment of life and the teachings of The Three Proofs for verification of the validity of teachings.
The mythological anthologies, along with other poetry anthologies like the Collection of Ten Thousand Leaves ( Man ' yōshū ) and others, were intended to impress others with the worthiness of the Imperial family and their divine mandate to rule.
The historian of the famous retreat of the Ten Thousand, 401 BC, relates that the Greeks suffered severely from the slingers in the army of Artaxerxes II of Persia, while they themselves had neither cavalry nor slingers, and were unable to reach the enemy with their arrows and javelins.
In 401 BC, Syracuse contributed a force of 3, 000 hoplites and a general to Cyrus the Younger's Army of the Ten Thousand.
: 988 pp. includes almost all waka from the Kojiki ( Record of Ancient Matters completed 712 ) through the Man ' yōshū ( Collection for Ten Thousand Generations c. 759 ) and also includes the Buddha's Footstone Poems ( 21 Bussokuseki poems carved in stone at the Yakushi-ji temple in Nara, c. 753 )
The mercenaries, known as the Ten Thousand, found themselves without leadership far from the sea, deep in hostile territory near the heart of Mesopotamia.
The Ten Thousand in Thrace: An Archaeological and Historical Commenary on Xenophon's Anabasis, Books VI, iii – vi – VIII ( Amsterdam Classical Monographs ; 2 ).
Ten and Dollars
The phrase " we see Tibet with the binoculars of the people " first appeared in the essay " Ten Years and a Billion Dollars ," in The Adding Machine, amongst a group of random phrases selected from Konstantīns Raudive's book Breakthrough.
* 10. 000 dollari per un bocchino ( 1967 ) ( also story ) 10, 000 Dollars Blood Money ( 1967 ); Guns of Violence ( US, 1967 ); Ten Thousand Dollars for a Massacre ( US, 1967 )
Redican performed a number of times in Toronto as a comic monologist in small shows at the Rivoli as well as in " The Cheese Stands Alone " and " My Private Hell On Ten Dollars a Day " at the Factory Theatre.
Ten and Page
Page and DeShannon also wrote material for singer Marianne Faithfull, including her Top Ten UK and US hit " Come and Stay With Me ".
Page had originally developed the method when recording the single " Ten Little Indians " with The Yardbirds in 1967.
He oversaw the entry of Jimmy Page into the group and produced the group ’ s next single, " Happenings Ten Years Time Ago ", considered one of the most avant garde rock records of the time.
Ten and was
Holy of Holies ), was prepared to receive and house the Ark ( 1 Kings 6: 19 ); and when the Temple was dedicated, the Ark — containing the original tablets of the Ten Commandments — was placed therein ( 1 Kings 8: 6-9 ).
Ten infantry colours were lost to the Bavarians, and hundreds of prisoners taken ; it was only through the leadership of Eugene and the Prussian Prince that the Imperialist infantry were prevented from abandoning the field.
Ten minutes after the French opened fire Goliath, ignoring fire from the fort to starboard and from Guerrier to port, most of which was too high to trouble the ship, crossed the head of the French line.
Its sister services, BBC World was also renamed as " BBC World News " while the national news bulletins became BBC News at One, BBC News at Six and BBC News at Ten.
The BBC News Channel moved from the Studio N8 set ( now home to BBC World News ) to what was the home of the national news in Studio N6, allowing the Channel to share its set with the BBC News at One and the BBC News at Ten – with other bulletins moving to studio TC7.
The bulletin was joined in being simulcast on 10 April 2006 when the BBC News at One ( with British Sign Language in-vision signing ) and BBC News at Six bulletins were added to the schedule following a similar format to the News at Ten in terms of content on the channel once each simulcast ends.
Thus, in the Eucharist, gone were the words Mass and altar ; the ' Lord have mercy ' was interleaved into a recitation of the Ten Commandments and the Gloria was removed to the end of the service.
Following the 1868 – 1878 rebellion of the Ten Years ' War, all slavery was abolished by 1884, making Cuba the second-to-last country in the Western Hemisphere to abolish slavery, with Brazil being the last.
Among his best-known films are Cleopatra ; Samson and Delilah ; The Greatest Show on Earth, which won the Academy Award for Best Picture ; and The Ten Commandments, which was his last and most successful film.
He directed dozens of silent films, including Paramount Pictures ' first production, The Squaw Man ( 1914 ), which was co-directed by Oscar Apfel, before coming into huge popularity during the late 1910s and early 1920s, when he reached the apex of his popularity with such films as Don't Change Your Husband ( 1919 ), The Ten Commandments ( 1923 ), and The King of Kings ( 1927 ).
Actor Richard Dix's best-remembered early role was in the silent version of DeMille's The Ten Commandments.
DeMille was, however, adept at directing " thousands of extras ", and many of his pictures included spectacular set pieces, such as the parting of the Red Sea in both versions of The Ten Commandments, the toppling of the pagan temple in Samson and Delilah, train wrecks in The Road to Yesterday, Union Pacific and The Greatest Show on Earth, and the destruction of a zeppelin in Madame Satan.
" Columbus won the national contest " America in Bloom " in 2006, and in 2004 it was named one of " The Ten Most Playful Towns " by Nick Jr. Family Magazine.
On 15 July 2009, Encyclopædia Britannica was awarded a spot as one of " Top Ten Superbrands in the UK " by a panel of more than 2, 000 independent reviewers, as reported by the BBC.
Madero was arrested and a short time later assassinated along with his Vice-President, José María Pino Suárez on the 22nd of February 1913, following the series of events known as the Ten Tragic Days ( la Decena Tragica ).
Of the 22, only Osama bin Laden was by then already listed on the FBI Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list.
A collection of 1950s and 1960s ballads, Only You, went Top Ten on both sides of the Atlantic and was certified gold in the United States in March 2004.
Ten years later, the town was sold and the Harmonists moved westward to the Indiana Territory, where they established the town of Harmony, now called New Harmony, Indiana, and remained there from 1815 to 1825.