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Their new-found sound took them to the " DM i Rock " semifinals in 1992, where they were beaten by Passion Orange.
Their new-found hope for change that was brought back from their temporary migration also remains instilled in their daily lives.

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Their first album, Tales of Mystery and Imagination, including major contributions by all members of Pilot and Ambrosia, was a success, reaching the Top 40 in the US Billboard 200 chart.
Their debut album, Pretty on the Inside ( 1991 ) garnered them critical praise, and they went on to achieve international critical and commercial success for their following albums, Live Through This ( 1994 ) and Celebrity Skin ( 1998 ).
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Their enormous commercial success encouraged them to turn out sequel after sequel, and led to an explosion in horror film production in the UK that would last for nearly two decades.
Their operas have enjoyed broad and enduring international success and are still performed frequently throughout the English-speaking world.
Their following studio album Meteora, continued the band's success, topping the Billboard 200 album chart in 2003, and was followed by extensive touring and charity work around the world.
Their viscoelastic properties determine the mechanical performance of the final products of these industries, and also the success of processing methods at intermediate stages of production.
Their success paved the way for acts like LL Cool J and the Beastie Boys.
Their success made the West Coast a viable alternative to New York – produced soap operas, which were becoming more costly to perform.
Their biggest success was in 1982 with the UK Top Ten album Sulk and UK Top 20 singles " Party Fears Two " and " Club Country ".
Their version was Simon's first UK success as a songwriter, and his first major hit as a composer outside of his work with Art Garfunkel.
Their range of approaches, from Danger's minimally electrified acoustic / electric Altra line to Eric Jensen's solid-body brace-mounted design, have met with varying degrees of ergonomic and musical success.
Their marriage was a success, in spite of the age difference, and in spite of Yeats ' feelings of remorse and regret during their honeymoon.
Their success rates vary widely: some are growing ; others are in decline.
Their lively version of Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew ( 1967 ), directed by Franco Zeffirelli, was a notable success.
Their journey by sea took them via Jamaica, the Panama Canal and the Pacific ; Elizabeth fretted constantly over her baby back in Britain, but their journey was a public relations success.
Their success led to a gig at the famous New York club CBGB and a grueling United States tour in which the band drove themselves and all their equipment around the country in a Ford Econoline van.
Their increasingly strained partnership was further stretched by the pressures of worldwide publicity and fame, conflicting egos, and their financial success.
Their music is a mixture of native, African and Dutch elements, and is closely connected with trends from neighboring islands like Barbados, Martinique, Trinidad and Tobago and Guadeloupe, as well as the mainland former Dutch possession of Suriname, which has exported kaseko music to great success on the islands.
Their success, though lacking in minerals, was such that the company was chartered by Charles II on their return.
Their best success in this award was receiving a nomination for Santiago, the Story of his New Life ( 1989 ).
Their success saw an abrupt end to the English desire for peace.
Their success in placing second at the 1969 Bermuda Bowl launched the system's popularity.
In May 1945 he wrote his last major contribution to Jewish refugees, the pamphlet " Nowhere to Lay Their Heads ": The Jewish tragedy in Europe and its solution, a personal appeal for the opening up of Palestine for large scale Jewish immigration from Europe, which he distributed for free and was a great success.
Their regular-season success continued into the playoffs, as the Flyers swept a young Wayne Gretzky and his Edmonton Oilers in the first round, then went on to get revenge against Fred Shero and his Rangers by beating them in five before disposing of Minnesota in five to lock up a berth in the Stanley Cup Finals.

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Their electron configuration ends in ... ns < sup > 2 </ sup > and this comes to resemble a noble gas configuration like that of helium more and more when going down in the periodic table because the energy distance to the empty np orbitals becomes larger.
Their major competition comes from bloggers, particularly publishers of food blogs, also called foodies.
Their evidence comes from an analysis of data compiled in the National Longitudinal Study of Youth ( NLSY ), a study conducted by the United States Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics tracking thousands of Americans starting in the 1980s.
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Their funding is generally provided by a sponsor, and as their strength comes from their elected representatives, they are typical parties of parliamentarian creation, which depend on the reputation and support of their benefactors.
Their name comes from the Latin cruralis meaning " of the legs ".
Their name comes from the Spanish word cimarrones, which originally referred to a domestic animal that had reverted to the wild.
Their production comes to market in the months of May, June and July, when it is very common to observe seasonal traders along the streets of Colombo.
Their marriage comes to an end, when she falls in love with Kurt von Obersdorf in Berlin.
Their scientific name comes from the Ancient Greek words α " without ", and πούς, " feet ".
Their reproductive cycle is very damaging to the environment, as their early larvel stage is an aquatic creature which eats anything it comes across.
Their name comes from their ship, the Argo, which was named after its builder, Argus.
Their name comes from Samson Occom, a Mohegan Indian and an ordained Presbyterian minister.
Their name comes from Chief Pomperaug of the Pootatuck Native Americans.
Their name comes from two words: aha, meaning ' river ', and makhav, meaning ' along or beside ', and to them it means ' people who live along the river '.
Their son comes out of his room and runs to the door.
Their relationship is torn apart when their mother comes to visit, and notices that only one bed appears to be slept in regularly.
Their name comes from a Public Image Ltd. song from that group's second album, which is itself a reference to BBC Radio 4.
Their first break comes when they are brought to Nashville, Tennessee to record, but Buddy's vision soon clashes with the producers ' rigid ideas of how the music should sound and he walks out.
Their main subsistence comes from hunting and reindeer herding.
Their view that mankind can avoid sinning, and that we can freely choose to obey God's commandments, stand at the core of Pelagian teaching, and comes through even in the writings of Pelagius's opponents.
Their socially-disturbed boy, " Little Father Time ," comes to believe that he and his half-siblings are the source of the family's woes.
For all these pursuits, it comes as no surprise that his best-known works are two voluminous books which attempt to map and systematize the development of the sciences, History of the Inductive Sciences ( 1837 ) and The Philosophy of the Inductive Sciences, Founded Upon Their History ( 1840 ).

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