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The famous " Wings of Man " campaign in the late 1960s was created by advertising agency Young & Rubicam, and restored Eastern's tarnished image until the late 1970s, when former astronaut Frank Borman became president and it was replaced by a new campaign, " We Have To Earn Our Wings Every Day ".
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famous and Wings
In 1928, Charles Lindbergh was the world's most famous person and Wings was one of the most popular films of the year.
Although famous as # 9 during his long career, 18-year old Gordon Howe actually wore # 17 throughout his rookie season with the Detroit Red Wings in 1946 – 47.
The playoffs of the 1935-36 season are famous for the longest NHL playoff game of all time, when on March 24 – 25, the Maroons lost 1 – 0 to the Detroit Red Wings in 176: 30 of play ( 16: 30 of the sixth overtime period ).
Paul McCartney and Wings performed at the venue during their famous Wings Over America Tour on May 4, 1976.
Beside some demos two members of the X-Trolls coded the technically most impressive shoot ' em up game on the Atari ST: " Lethal Xcess ", the follow-up to the famous " Wings of Death ".
Other early video games known to make use of cut scenes as an extensive and integral part of the game include Portopia Renzoku Satsujin Jiken in 1983 ; Valis in 1986 ; Phantasy Star, Maniac Mansion and La Abadía del Crimen in 1987 ; Ys II: Ancient Ys Vanished – The Final Chapter, Star Cruiser and Ninja Gaiden in 1988 ; and Prince of Persia and Zero Wing in 1989, with the poor translation in Zero Wings opening cutscene giving rise to the ( in ) famous Internet meme " All your base are belong to us " in the 2000s.
* " Hear My Prayer " by Felix Mendelssohn ( containing the famous passage " O for the Wings of a Dove ")
In 1927, the Temple Choir under George Thalben-Ball became world famous with its recording of Mendelssohn's Hear my Prayer, including the solo " O for the Wings of a Dove " sung by Ernest Lough.
Magic Realism is a technique popular among Latin American writers ( and can also be considered its own genre ) in which supernatural elements are treated as mundane ( a famous example being the practical-minded and ultimately dismissive treatment of an apparently angelic figure in Gabriel García Márquez's " A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings ").
Ernest Arthur Lough ( 17 November 1911-22 February 2000 ) was an English boy soprano who sang the famous solo O for the Wings of a Dove from Mendelssohn's Hear My Prayer for the Gramophone Company ( later HMV and then EMI ) in 1927.
Lord Justice Eldon Bankes suggested that the Temple choir should make a record, and on 15 March 1927, the Gramophone Company brought its new mobile recording unit to the Temple Church where the choir recorded Mendelssohn's Hear My Prayer, in which the famous solo O for the Wings of a Dove was sung by Ernest Lough, then aged 15.
Beginning shortly after Stella's 1971 birth, McCartney and her siblings accompanied their famous parents around the world with their successful rock group Wings.
In response to this, the town of Santa Paula, which is famous for citrus growing and is often referred to as the " Citrus Capital of the World ", wrote to The West Wings production company, asking that Santa Paula be made Vinick's hometown.
Lautner's client was the famous movie director Lucien Hubbard, the winner of the very first " Best Picture " Oscar for the silent movie " Wings ".
Big attractions include celebrity guests, such as Hiroyuki Yamaga, the Japanese writer-director-producer famous for the film The Wings of Honneamise.
Whitney Straight was also the father of Barney Barnato Walker ( born 1947 ), whose mother was noted aviatrix Diana Barnato Walker, MBE, the first British woman to break the sound barrier ( Source-" Spreading My Wings " by Diana Barnato-Walker ) and the daughter of another famous racing driver ( Woolf Barnato ).
One of McCarty's most infamous moments was in the famous " Fight Night at the Joe " on March 26, 1997, where a massive brawl broke out between the Colorado Avalanche and Red Wings.
The famous game between Pawtucket and the Rochester Red Wings had started on April 18 but was suspended after 32 innings.
famous and Man
Perhaps the most famous specimen of Homo erectus found in China is the so-called Peking Man discovered in 1923-27.
A famous example of Homo erectus is Peking Man ; others were found in Asia ( notably in Indonesia ), Africa, and Europe.
Alternatives to traditional editing were also the folly of early surrealist and dada filmmakers such as Luis Buñuel ( director of the 1929 Un Chien Andalou ) and René Clair ( director of 1924's Entr ' acte which starred famous dada artists Marcel Duchamp and Man Ray ).
In the first one day international, he hit the famous six when his team needed 6 runs off only 4 balls, and was awarded Man of the match, for his bowling.
Oscar Wilde, famous anarchist Irish people | Irish writer of the decadent movement and famous dandyThe anarchist writer and bohemian Oscar Wilde wrote in his famous essay The Soul of Man under Socialism that " Art is individualism, and individualism is a disturbing and disintegrating force.
Some of their more famous works include " The Man I Love ", " Fascinating Rhythm ", " Someone to Watch Over Me ", " I Got Rhythm ", and " They Can't Take That Away from Me ".
He collected the only " Did Not Finish " of his sidecar TT career on the famous Isle of Man circuit in 1979.
Millet's painting L ' homme à la houe inspired the famous poem " The Man With the Hoe " ( 1898 ) by Edwin Markham.
Del Rosario became famous in 1972 for his OMB ( One Man Band ) which could play the entire orchestra to the tune of cha-cha, boogie, and others.
The most famous saying of Protagoras is: " Man is the measure of all things: of things which are, that they are, and of things which are not, that they are not ".
Oscar Wilde, famous anarchist Irish people | Irish writer who published the libertarian socialist work titled The Soul of Man under SocialismThe anarchist writer and bohemian Oscar Wilde wrote in his famous essay The Soul of Man under Socialism that " Art is individualism, and individualism is a disturbing and disintegrating force.
Among his famous drawings are the Vitruvian Man, a study of the proportions of the human body, the Head of an Angel, for The Virgin of the Rocks in the Louvre, a botanical study of Star of Bethlehem and a large drawing ( 160 × 100 cm ) in black chalk on coloured paper of The Virgin and Child with St. Anne and St. John the Baptist in the National Gallery, London.
It has extremes of many kinds: some of the highest sea cliffs in the UK at St John's Head, which reach ; the impressive and famous sea stack, the Old Man of Hoy ; some of the most northerly surviving natural woodland in the British Isles ; the remote possibility that Arctic Char survive in Heldale Water and the most northerly Martello Towers, which were built to defend the area during the Napoleonic War, but were never used in combat.
He is famed for the events of 1486, when at the age of twenty-three, he wrote the famous Oration on the Dignity of Man which has been called the " Manifesto of the Renaissance ", and a key text of Renaissance humanism.
** Authorities at the British Natural History Museum announce that the skull of the Piltdown Man, one of the most famous fossil skulls in the world, is a hoax.
The locus classicus of the 18th-century portrayal of the American Indian are the famous lines from Alexander Pope's " Essay on Man " ( 1734 ):
Also during the period, there were many detective films ( The Thin Man Goes Home and Charlie Chan in the Secret Service for example ) in which the mystery involved who stole the secret blue-prints, or who kidnapped the famous scientist.
The American avant-garde artist Man Ray used this expression as the title of a famous photograph portraying Alice Prin ( aka Kiki de Montparnasse ) in the pose of the Valpinçon Bather.
famous and campaign
The 1858 senate campaign featured the seven Lincoln – Douglas debates of 1858, the most famous political debates in American history.
A campaign against the Lullubi led to the carving of the famous " Victory Stele of Naram-Suen ", now in the Louvre.
Arguably Stuart's most famous campaign, Gettysburg, was marred when he was surprised by a Union cavalry attack at the Battle of Brandy Station and by his separation from Lee's army for an extended period, leaving Lee unaware of Union troop movements and arguably contributing to the Confederate defeat at the Battle of Gettysburg.
One famous such response to a query about participation in a military campaign was " You will go you will return never in war will you perish ".
Also, some warfare was still conducted by Roman forces outside the legionary structure, the most famous example being the campaign in 479 BC by the clan army of gens Fabia against the Etruscan city of Veii ( in which the clan was annihilated ).
Although simultaneously fighting in Korea against Goguryeo, the Chinese Tang Dynasty nonetheless initiates Emperor Taizong's campaign against Xueyantuo, where the famous general Li Shiji is deployed to fend off attacks in Tujue.
At the Convention, Bush's primary campaign opponent Pat Buchanan gave his famous " culture war " speech, criticizing Clinton and Gore's social progressiveness, and voicing skepticism on his " New Democrat " brand.
He based his campaign on his record as a famous prosecutor of organized-crime figures in New York City.
ITV Digital also ran a famous advertising campaign involving the comedian Johnny Vegas and a knitted monkey ( voiced by Ben Miller ).
The campaign to bring about federal intervention to prevent discrimination in voting culminated in the voting rights protests in Selma, Alabama, and the famous Selma to Montgomery marches.
The 503rd's most famous operation was a landing on Corregidor (" The Rock ") in February 1945, during the Philippines campaign of 1944 – 45.
Zaragoza's famous attacking line included Canário, Eleuterio Santos, Marcelino, Juan Manuel Villa and Carlos Lapetra ; Peruvian Juan Seminario, who started his career in Spain with Los Maños before moving to FC Barcelona, won the Pichichi Trophy in the 1961 – 62 campaign, scoring 25 goals in 30 games as the team finished in fourth position.
Named for Stephen A. Douglas, famous for his 1860 Presidential campaign and debates with Abraham Lincoln, Douglas County was one of the first nine counties formed in 1861 by the Nevada territorial legislature.
One of the early members of the Country Club was famous San Francisco attorney Vince Hallinan, who led the campaign against a swim dress code, citing the chic European women he'd seen in modern swimwear.
Some famous people went through Chrisman, Illinois like Barack Obama when he was going to Paris, Illinois to campaign for the Illinois Seanate seat and Abraham Lincoln to stay up in a hotel in Danville, Illinois.
A citizen who became famous in the " wild west " is " Captain Jack " Crawford, ( also known as the " Poet Scout ") western actor, scout for General George Crook's campaign in the Black Hills, native of Carndonagh, Ireland and performer with William F. Cody ( Buffalo Bill ), was postmaster and had a small general store in Girardville in 1869-1874, leaving town to go out west to find Gold.
* William Ewart Gladstone ( 1809 – 1898 ), MP for Midlothian 1880-1895 and conducted his famous Midlothian campaign across the UK in 1880
One famous example of this was the presidential campaign of 1884, in which Grover Cleveland was tarred by his opponents with having fathered an illegitimate child.
Jackson's campaign of maneuver and lightning strikes against superior forces in the Valley — under Banks and other Union generals — humiliated the North and made him one of the most famous generals in American history.
A famous pursuit followed, and by the end of the campaign the Prussians had lost 25, 000 killed and wounded, 140, 000 prisoners, and more than 2, 000 cannon.