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He had ordered the ponies brought inside the fortified circle and had assigned Pierre and a band of picked engages the job of trying to keep them steady under fire.
All day long Mr. Podger, who was a straw-hat man in the summer, had worn the feather in the band of his broad-brimmed sunshield.
Carrying it to the living room, she imagined the picture she made: tall and roundly slim, a bit sophisticated in her yellow sheath, with a graceful swingy walk that she had learned as a twirler with the school band.
His eyes had the same dreadful rigid stare as Dr. Grimesby Roylott's when he was found before his open safe wearing the speckled band.
He had conducted the 20-piece band in a series of concerts at Blue Lake park during the summer months.
Divided almost equally into two parts, it consisted of `` The Evolution Of The Blues '', narrated by Jon Hendricks, who had presented it last year at the Monterey, Calif., Jazz Festival, and an hour-long session of Maynard Ferguson and his orchestra, a blasting big band.
They withdrew to Mercia, but, in January 878, made a sudden attack on Chippenham, a royal stronghold in which Alfred had been staying over Christmas, " and most of the people they killed, except the King Alfred, and he with a little band made his way by wood and swamp, and after Easter he made a fort at Athelney in the marshes of Somerset, and from that fort kept fighting against the foe ".
His voice is based on a band director Mike Judge had in 9th grade.
The band and their producer Mike Thorne had gone back into the studio in early 1985 to record a new single, " Run From Love ".
In 1989 Jonathan Hellyer became lead singer, and the band extensively toured the U. S. and Europe with back-up vocalist Annie Conway and had one minor hit with the song " Cha Cha Heels ", a one-off collaboration sung by American actress and singer Eartha Kitt.
From listening to their recordings, one had difficulty determining if the Crickets, the name of Buddy's band, were white or black singers.
Wills added a trumpet to the band inadvertently when he hired Everet Stover as an announcer, not knowing that he had played with the New Orleans symphony and had directed the governor's band in Austin.
Stover, thinking he had been hired as a trumpeter began playing with the band with no comment from Wills.
In late 1942 after several band members had left the group, and as World War II raged, Wills joined the Army, but received a medical discharge in 1943.
He commanded enormous fees playing dances there, and began to make more creative use of electric guitars to replace the big horn sections the Tulsa band had boasted.
However, with the exception of the Grammy Award-winning " Nightshift " (# 3 in the U. S., a tribute to Marvin Gaye and Jackie Wilson ; in 2010 a new version was recorded dedicated to Michael Jackson ), the band never achieved the same level of success it had enjoyed with Richie.
The High School had rock band KISS visit for Homecoming on October 9 & 10, 1975 after the football team started playing their music in the locker room which led to the team winning more.
Originally active from 1985 to 1996, the band have had consistent commercial and critical success in Australia and New Zealand and international chart success in two phases, beginning with their self-titled debut album, Crowded House, which reached number twelve on the US Album Chart in 1987 and provided the Top Ten hits, " Don't Dream It's Over " and " Something So Strong ".
Neil Finn had decided to end the band to concentrate on his solo career and the Finn Brothers project with Tim.
Worried that their goodbye had been too low-key and had disregarded their home fans, the band performed the Farewell to the World concert on the steps of the Sydney Opera House on 24 November 1996, which raised funds for the Sydney Children's Hospital.

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In particular, their band gap can vary from zero to about 2 eV and their electrical conductivity can show metallic or semiconducting behavior.
The energy bands each correspond to a large number of discrete quantum states of the electrons, and most of the states with low energy ( closer to the nucleus ) are occupied, up to a particular band called the valence band.
In particular, these foregrounds are dominated by galactic emissions such as free-free, synchrotron, and dust that emit in the microwave band ; in practice, the galaxy has to be removed resulting in a CMB map that is not a full-sky map.
The frequency response may be tailored to, for instance, eliminate unwanted frequency components from an input signal, or to limit an amplifier to signals within a particular band of frequencies.
Shane Embury, in particular, advocates the band as the origin of Napalm Death's later innovations.
After the death of band member Greg Ham on 19 April 2012, many stories reported his disappointment at the ruling and " suggesting that this particular case and the ruling completely destroyed his life ".
The band became more open in the ' 90s ; for example, the aforementioned NewOrderStory ( and in particular the longer UK version ) featured extensive personal interviews.
It became essential to sound one particular way to be recognized as a ' punk band ' now.
In particular, the pump band may consist of several distinct energy levels, or a continuum of levels, which allow optical pumping of the medium over a wide range of wavelengths.
In a special " secret language ," the audience would react in a certain manner based on a particular musical cue from the band.
A graphic equaliser provides individual level controls for various frequency bands, each of which acts only on that particular frequency band.
The energy bands each correspond to a large number of discrete quantum states of the electrons, and most of the states with low energy ( closer to the nucleus ) are occupied, up to a particular band called the valence band.
For semiconductor materials, one band of " allowed " electron energies is called the " valence band "-these can be thought of electrons bound to a particular atom.
This proved disastrous in terms of the band's career, in particular as the band were being actively courted by Seymour Stein who thought they could become massive stars in the USA.
In addition, internal tensions between various members of the band, in particular between Feargal Sharkey and John O ' Neill, had deteriorated significantly.
The band wrote a McSweeney's theme song and forty-four songs for an album that was meant to be listened to with the journal, with each track corresponding to a particular story or piece of artwork.
The zodiac of a given planet is the band that contains the path of that particular body ; e. g., the " zodiac of the Moon " is the band of five degrees above and below the ecliptic.
The Carnival King costume for a particular band
Each band has their costume presentation based on a particular theme, and contain various sections ( some consisting of thousands of revelers ) which reflect these themes.
The Dalton ( Da ) or more conveniently the kDa is a permitted non-SI unit for molecular mass or mass of a particular band in a separating gel.
The resonator amplifies oscillations within a particular frequency band, while reducing oscillations at other frequencies outside the band.

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