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Orchestral bass auditions are typically held in front of a panel that includes the conductor, the Concertmaster, the Principal bass player and possibly other principal players such as the Principal cellist.
At the same conference, a panel devoted to Jaynes was also held, with John Limber ( University of New Hampshire ), Marcel Kuijsten, John Hainly ( Southern University ), Scott Greer ( University of Prince Edward Island ), and Brian J. McVeigh presenting relevant research.
On a damaged relief panel from Pomona, four of these young Bacab impersonators appear to have held the four Classic Year Bearer days in their hands.
However, a concerted campaign to reopen the station was launched, as the station is held in fond regard due to the popular BBC Radio 4 panel game I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue, which frequently features the game round Mornington Crescent, a game which takes its name from the station.
Ancient sources indicate that panel painting ( rather than wall painting ), i. e. painting on wood or other mobile surfaces was held in high regard.
Regular trials are usually held before a panel of three judges, one professional and two lay judges.
Before a ruling was even made on the request, Moore held a press conference announcing he would seek a change of venue to Brooklyn, claiming it was impossible for Ferguson to receive a fair trial in a Nassau court due to a " severe underrepresentation of African-Americans on the Nassau County jury panel ".
The middle panel is from a Saxon manuscript dated to the late 900s-early 1000s, as of 1801 held in the " Cotton Library ", showing a Saxon nobleman and his falconer.
A project conceived by Harvard University's Dr. Howard Aiken, the Mark I was built by IBM engineers in Endicott, N. Y. A steel frame long and eight feet high held the calculator, which consisted of an interlocking panel of small gears, counters, switches and control circuits, all only a few inches in depth.
In the front panel of the Franks Casket, incongruously paired with an Adoration of the Magi, Wayland stands at the extreme left in the forge where he is held as a slave by King Niðhad, who has had his hamstrings cut to hobble him.
On June 8, 2011, a panel of three judges from the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta held hearings on the issue.
On October 11, 2005, Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government held a panel discussion titled " Not Just Politics as Usual ", which commemorated the tenth anniversary of the magazine's launch.
Examples of this including an expose into solar panel heating installation companies, an undercover enquiry with the RNID revealing serious problems at shops selling hearing aids and an investigation into product knowledge held by electronics shop staff.
The panel held a public meeting in Watford on 14 June 2012.
On July 14, 1978, a panel, with Gordon Cooper, J. Allen Hynek, and Jacques Vallée among its members, held a hearing to inform the UN Secretary General Kurt Waldheim about the matter.
On December 15, a panel discussion was held at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
On December 20, a panel discussion was held at the Washington, D. C. Jewish Community Center.
The selection of the Jurisdictional Miss Job's Daughter is by a pageant held once a year that has competitions for ritual, interviews by a panel of judges, and a written test.
:* Lift: a special type of arrow ( colored Gray by default ) which requires the key ( or panel ) to be held down before the note passes and released when the note passes the target arrows.
The protesting UCL students ( some of whom were RCG members or supporters ) organised a panel discussion to be held during which representatives from several leftist organisations ( including the RCG's David Yaffe as well as figures from the Green Party of England and Wales, Socialist Appeal and Workers Power ) discussed the reforms then being made by the government and university authorities to higher education in Britain.
New auditions were held on 7 May 1997, this time with H and Lisa acting as the judging panel, and they selected Faye, Lee and Claire as the remaining members.
* Convention panel, a forum for discussion held at fan conventions
In back, the brushed metal panel above the center reflector held a series of fine horizontal pinstripes, and the new " LINCOLN " logo and " Town Car " script emblems moved up from above the tail-light panel ( where they had been since 1988 ), back onto the trunk lid itself.

panel and four
Andronikos III reorganized the Byzantine navy ( consisted of 10 ships by 1332 ) and reformed the judicial system by forming a panel of four universal judges whom he designated " Universal Justices of the Romans ".
Serious crimes in this country are tried by a panel of three professional judges and four lay jurors who decide the facts and appropriate penalty if convicted.
The four different black-and-white, single panel cartoons were deemed popular and, one of them, Fourth Ward Brownies, was reprinted on 17 February 1895 in Joseph Pulitzer's New York World, where Outcault worked as a technical drawing artist.
" The U-M Golf Course ’ s signature No. 6 hole — a par 4, which plays from an elevated tee to a two-tiered, kidney-shaped green protected by four bunkers — is the second hole on the Alister MacKenzie Dream 18 as selected by a five-person panel that includes three-time Masters champion Nick Faldo and golf course architect Tom Doak.
Duncan proclaimed that that championship was " the best " of the four championships, and acknowledged he played " sub-par " and thus received only one vote for NBA Finals MVP from a panel of ten.
The show consists of a panel of four performers who create characters, scenes and songs on the spot, in the style of short-form improvisation games, many taken from theatresports.
It was followed by a " daily comic panel " in newspapers, four more books, a game, and a calendar.
In Japan, panel shows-called " tooku bangumi " ( トーク番組 ) in Japanese-are very commonplace, accounting for about 30 % of daytime and prime-time programming on the four main television stations.
A public inquiry into the incident was conducted by Mr. Desmond Fennell, QC, assisted by a panel of four expert advisers.
The city commission consists of a panel of four members: Charles H. Brown, David W. Melvin, Tony Smith, and Cindy L. Bays.
The city commission consists of a panel of four members: Ruby Ferguson, Raymond Osborne, Regina Jordan, and Steve Justice.
The only remnant of the SE was the stripe across the front panel ( bezel ) for the floppy drive ; the distinctive front bezel lines of the SE were not used on the Classic, and the vertical lines around its base were replaced by four horizontal vent lines, more reminiscent of the original design.
The central ceiling panel shows a sunflower at the centre, surrounded by four scenes of ports, each framed by shells, a reference to the Roman water goddess Venus and the Egyptian protector of ports and sailors, Isis.
As Clark explains, a symbolic initiation of female Freemasons involved the visiting of ports, a ritual which provides a possible link to the four scenes of ports on the ceiling panel.
From 1466 date the groups of four Evangelists and four Fathers of the Church in fresco, together with the Annunciation on an oblong panel, which still decorate the Portuguese chapel in the basilica of San Miniato, and are given in error by Vasari to Piero Pollaiuolo.
Each colored panel is the size of the medium that is being printed on ; for example, a 6 " by 4 " dye sub printer would have four 6 " by 4 " panels.
Due to the single-roll design of most printers, four panels of colored dye must be used for every print, whether or not a panel is needed for the print.
In those 11 years, Martin and his panel of pals successfully ridiculed and made fun of these legendary stars in this order: Ronald Reagan, Hugh Hefner, Ed McMahon, William Conrad, Kirk Douglas, Bette Davis, Barry Goldwater, Johnny Carson, Wilt Chamberlain, Hubert Humphrey, Carroll O ' Connor, Monty Hall, Jack Klugman & Tony Randall, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Leo Durocher, Truman Capote, Don Rickles, Ralph Nader, Jack Benny, Redd Foxx, Bobby Riggs, George Washington, Dan Rowan & Dick Martin, Hank Aaron, Joe Namath, Bob Hope, Telly Savalas, Lucille Ball, Jackie Gleason, Sammy Davis Jr, Michael Landon, Evel Knievel, Valerie Harper, Muhammad Ali, Dean Martin, Dennis Weaver, Joe Garagiola, Danny Thomas, Angie Dickinson, Gabe Kaplan, Ted Knight, Peter Marshall, Dan Haggerty, Frank Sinatra, Jack Klugman, Jimmy Stewart, George Burns, Betty White, Suzanne Somers, Joan Collins, and Mr T. For nearly a decade, Martin had recorded as many as four albums a year for Reprise Records.
If all 4 players have the same color panel, whether it's red or blue, a four player mini game begins.
For example, in the original format of Meet The Press, Lawrence E. Spivak, who served as the only permanent member of a panel of four reporters, anchored the panel.

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