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The O ' Farrell Theatre was frequently raided on obscenity and related charges, leading to over 200 cases against its proprietors.
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* 1868 – Henry James O ' Farrell, Australian attempted assassin of Alfred, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha
The others surrendered only after Pearse's surrender order, carried by nurse named Elizabeth O ' Farrell, reached them.
In October 2011, the new Premier Barry O ' Farrell announced that the Governor, now Marie Bashir, had agreed with O ' Farrell's offer to move back into Government House: " A lot of people believe the Governor should live at Government House.
However, because Government House has not been a residence for fifteen years, O ' Farrell also announced that the Governor will initially move into a smaller adjacent building, called the chalet, while refurbishments of the main wing occur, with a proposed move into the main house " before Christmas ".
Historian Patrick O ' Farrell noted in The Irish in Australia ( 1987 ) that the term " Australia first " became " what amounted to the Australian Irish Catholic slogan ".
Later, Carson told Jasper O ' Farrell that he regretted killing the men, but that the act was only one such that Frémont ordered him to commit.
In June 1971, Frank O ' Farrell was appointed as manager, but lasted less than 18 months before being replaced by Tommy Docherty in December 1972.
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* March 12 – Alfred, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, Duke of Edinburgh, is shot in the back in Sydney, Australia, at a fund raising event for the Sydney Sailors Home by Irishman Henry James O ' Farrell.
The prince survives and quickly recovers, O ' Farrell is executed on 21 April 1868 despite attempts by the prince to gain clemency for him.
During its lifetime Hotel Chelsea has provided a home to many great writers and thinkers including Mark Twain, O. Henry, Herbert Huncke, Dylan Thomas, Arthur C. Clarke, William S. Burroughs, Gregory Corso, Arnold Weinstein, Leonard Cohen, Sharmagne Leland-St. John, Arthur Miller, Quentin Crisp, Gore Vidal, Tennessee Williams, Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac ( who wrote On the Road there ), Robert Hunter, Jack Gantos, Brendan Behan, Simone de Beauvoir, Jean-Paul Sartre, Thomas Wolfe, Charles Bukowski, Raymond Kennedy, Matthew Richardson, James T. Farrell, Valerie Solanas, Mary Cantwell, and René Ricard.
In 1990, McDonald's brought libel proceedings against five London Greenpeace supporters, Paul Gravett, Andrew Clarke and Jonathan O ' Farrell, as well as Steel and Morris, for distributing the pamphlet on the streets of London.
Three of the charged individuals ( Gravett, Clarke and O ' Farrell ) chose to apologise as requested by McDonald's.
Other recurring bits on the show include fictional commercials, including those for The Catchup Advisory Board ( its name a compromise between the two common spellings for the condiment: " catsup " and " ketchup "), which proclaims the good news about the condiment's " natural mellowing agents " after a short skit of the sufferings of Jim and Barb, a middle-aged couple ; the American Duct Tape Council ; Marvin and Mavis Smiley seasonal bluegrass albums ; Fred Farrell Animal Calls ; the Professional Organization of English Majors ( P. O. E. M.
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Completed projects include the Convention Centre, The O < sub > 2 </ sub >, and the Grand Canal Theatre.
* 1983 – The notorious Broadway flop Moose Murders opens and closes on the same night at the Eugene O ' Neill Theatre.
One of these projects is a play entitled O Happy Day, brought to life in 2000 by Dad's Garage Theatre Company in Atlanta, Georgia.
In 1963, Olivier directed Peter O ' Toole as Hamlet in the inaugural performance of the newly formed National Theatre ; critics found resonance between O ' Toole's Hamlet and John Osborne's hero, Jimmy Porter, from Look Back in Anger.
He starred in the Broadway revival of The Pajama Game, produced by the Roundabout Theater Company, along with Michael McKean and Kelli O ' Hara, at the American Airlines Theatre in 2006.
The Royal National Theatre production of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern had a year-long Broadway run from October 9, 1967, through October 19, 1968, initially at the Alvin Theatre, then transferring to the Eugene O ' Neill Theatre on January 8, 1968.
* A Broadway revival of the Sondheim musical, directed by John Doyle, was mounted at the Eugene O ' Neill Theatre in 2005.
The play's American première was at the Garrick Theatre in New York City in October 1922, where it ran for 184 performances, a production in which Spencer Tracy and Pat O ' Brien played robots in their Broadway debuts.
A tradition, impossible to verify, holds that Henry V was the first play performed at the new Globe Theatre in the spring of 1599 — the Globe would have been the " wooden O " mentioned in the Prologue — but Shapiro argues that the Chamberlain's Men were still at The Curtain when the work was first performed, and that Shakespeare himself probably acted the Chorus.
Notable later 20th century productions include the Hilton Edwards ' 1959 production at the Gate Theatre in Dublin, starring Milo O ' Shea and Anna Manahan ; John Barton's 1960 Royal Shakespeare Company ( RSC ) production at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, starring Peter O ' Toole and Peggy Ashcroft, and which included both the complete Induction and the epilogue from A Shrew ; Maurice Daniels's 1961 RSC production at the Aldwych Theatre, starring Derek Godfrey and Vanessa Redgrave ; Trevor Nunn's 1969 RSC production also at the Aldwych, starring Michael Williams and Janet Suzman ; Clifford Williams ' 1973 RSC production at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, starring Alan Bates and Susan Fleetwood ; William Ball's 1976 commedia dell ' arte-style production at the American Conservatory Theater ; Wilford Leach's 1978 production at the Delacorte Theater, starring Raúl Juliá and Meryl Streep ; Barry Kyle's 1982 RSC production at the Barbican Centre, starring Alun Armstrong and Sinéad Cusack ; Toby Robertson's 1986 production at the Clwyd Theatr Cymru, starring Timothy Dalton and Vanessa Redgrave ; Jonathan Miller's 1987 RSC production at the Barbican, starring Brian Cox and Fiona Shaw ; A. J.
O ' Toole played Hamlet under Laurence Olivier's direction in the premiere production of the Royal National Theatre in 1963.
He has also appeared in Seán O ' Casey's Juno and the Paycock at Gaiety Theatre, Dublin, and fulfilled a lifetime ambition when taking to the stage of the Irish capital's Abbey Theatre in 1970 to perform in Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot alongside Donal McCann.
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Evenings, he was frequently to be seen at restaurants like Enrico & Paglieri's or Peter's Backyard drunkenly donning ladies' hats and singing `` O Sole Mio ''.
There appeared to be no difference in the distribution of anti-A and anti-B activity in group O serum, though in two group O donors ( J. F. and E. M. ) only one type of agglutinin was found in the regions of low anionic binding capacity ( Figs. 1 and 2 ).
A sample of Fraction Af from group O plasma was dissolved in starting buffer, dialyzed against this buffer and subjected to chromatography using the gradient shown in Fig. 2.
Board Chairman Howard Simpson of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Co., testified the B & O was in its worst financial condition since the depression years and badly needed the economic lift it would get from consolidation with the Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad.
C & O president Walter J. Tuohy was summoned back for cross-examination by New York Central attorneys before examiner John Bradford who is hearing the complex case.
But actually these accounts reveal the supernatural powers that the masters were in fact supposed to possess, as well as the extreme degree of popular credulity: `` Hwang Pah ( O Baku ), one day going up Mount Tien Tai which was believed to have been inhabited by Arhats with supernatural powers, met with a monk whose eyes emitted strange light.
Ward had originally written the music, Materna, for the hymn O Mother dear, Jerusalem in 1882, though it was not first published until 1892.
Although americium was likely produced in previous nuclear experiments, it was first intentionally synthesized, isolated and identified in late autumn 1944, at the University of California, Berkeley by Glenn T. Seaborg, Leon O. Morgan, Ralph A. James, and Albert Ghiorso.
Grace O ' Malley, or Granuaile, the most famous of the O ' Malley's was born in Clare Island around 1530.
The ostensible reason was a report by XI Corps commander Maj. Gen. Oliver O. Howard that Doubleday's corps broke first, causing the entire Union line to collapse, but Meade also had a long history of disdain for Doubleday's combat effectiveness, dating back to South Mountain.
The classic example, considered by their American counterparts quite curious, was the maintenance of the internal comma in a British organisation of secret agents called the " Special Operations, Executive " — " S. O., E " — which is not found in histories written after about 1960.
A notorious murder scandal, the Overbury case, threw up two imperfect anagrams that were aided by typically loose spelling and were recorded by Simonds D ' Ewes: ' Francis Howard ' ( for Frances Carr, Countess of Somerset, her maiden name spelled in a variant ) became Car findes a whore, with the letters E hardly counted, and the victim Thomas Overbury, as ' Thomas Overburie ', was written as O!
* The single verse, 2 Samuel 18: 33, regarding David's grief at the loss of his son (" And the king was much moved, and went up to the chamber over the gate, and wept: and as he went, thus he said, O my son Absalom, my son, my son Absalom!
" Kierkegaard cites G. O. Marbach who he quotes as saying " Albertus repente ex asino factus philosophus et ex philosopho asinus " was suddenly transformed from an ass into a philosopher and from a philosopher into an ass.
After the acceptance of Avogadro's hypothesis in 1860 it was understood that elements could exist as polyatomic molecules, and the two allotropes of oxygen were recognized as O < sub > 2 </ sub > and O < sub > 3 </ sub >.
In 2002, O ' Donohue launched a court action that argued the Act of Settlement violates the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, but the case was dismissed by the court, which found that, as the Act of Settlement is part of the Canadian constitution, the Charter of Rights and Freedoms does not have supremacy over it.
* The program was stored as a linked list of lines ; a or took O ( n ) ( linear ) time, and although Applesoft programs were not very long compared to today's software, on a 1 MHz 6502 this could be a significant bottleneck.
A court case allowing the União do Vegetal to import and use the tea for religious purposes in the United States, Gonzales v. O Centro Espirita Beneficente Uniao do Vegetal, was heard by the U. S. Supreme Court on November 1, 2005 ; the decision, released February 21, 2006, allows the UDV to use the tea in its ceremonies pursuant to the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
David Brown also acquired Lagonda that year for its 2. 6-litre W. O. Bentley-designed engine, both companies shared resources and workshops and that was the beginning of the classic series of cars bearing the initials " DB ".
The research with high-resolution ( HR ) CS AAS was pioneered by the groups of O ’ Haver and Harnly in the USA, who also developed the ( up until now ) only simultaneous multi-element spectrometer for this technique.
Another target was Senator Ted Kennedy, parodied as " Senator O. Noble McGesture ," resident of " Hyideelsport.