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Their subsequent break-up influenced Cave's follow-up studio album, The Boatman's Call ( 1997 ), with songs such as " Into My Arms ," " West Country Girl " and " Black Hair " being written specifically about her.
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Their robustness makes them suitable where a firm press is required, namely for carbon copy-type forms where a layer of carbon paper transfers the writing to subsequent copies.
Their often discordant pop songs feature unusual synthetic instrumentation and time signatures that have proven influential on subsequent popular music, particularly New Wave, industrial and alternative rock artists.
Their atrocities at Ningpo and Macao, and their subsequent servility, had opened the eyes of the Chinese to their true character, and unfortunately for other European adventurers, they had come to the conclusion that all western nations were alike.
Their development work ( and subsequent contributions to the free MUMPS application codebase ) was an influence on many medical users worldwide.
In 1970 the Boston Women's Health Collective published Women and Their Bodies ( which became far better known a year later under its subsequent title Our Bodies, Ourselves ).
Their first appearance was in episode four of the first series, and they proved to be so successful that they appeared in every subsequent episode.
Their recorded studio output since 1982 is composed of seventeen albums generally regarded in two distinct eras, delineated by the departure of original frontman Fish in late 1988, and the subsequent arrival of replacement Steve Hogarth in early 1989.
Despite the popularity of her subsequent early talking films, The Last of Mrs. Cheyney and Their Own Desire ( both 1929 ), Shearer feared the public would soon tire of her " good girl " image, and took the advice of friend and co-star Ramón Novarro to visit an unknown photographer named George Hurrell.
Their number increased further in the upheavals brought by the French Revolution and subsequent Napoleonic invasions of other Catholic countries, depriving thousands of religious of the income that their communities held because of inheritances and forcing them to find a new way of living the religious life.
Their history and presence in the Baltics came to an abrupt end at the beginning of the Second World War, in late 1939, following the signing of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact and the subsequent Nazi-Soviet population transfers.
A subsequent exhibit — Sound and Vision: Artists Tell Their Stories, which opened February 28, 2007 — had far more connection to the museums ' missions.
Wiley authored two editions of Foods and Their Adulteration ( 1907 and 1911 ), which detailed the history, preparation and subsequent adulteration of basic foodstuffs to a broad audience.
Their synthesizer-heavy " Kraut rock ", along with the work of Brian Eno ( for a time the keyboard player with Roxy Music ), would be a major influence on subsequent synth rock.
Their culture was destroyed when gold was discovered in the early 1850s, causing the subsequent Rogue River Wars.
Their popularity revived interest in the form, and many subsequent jug bands cite them as an inspiration.
Their subsequent three studio albums recorded with producer Neal Avron ; New Found Glory ( 2000 ), Sticks and Stones ( 2002 ), and Catalyst ( 2004 ) all charted on the Billboard 200 and achieved gold certifications by the Recording Industry Association of America ( RIAA ).
Their unique stew of different styles was a great influence on several subsequent alternative bands.
Their debut recording, Garlands ( released by 4AD Records in 1982 ), was an instant success, as was the subsequent Lullabies EP.
* Their narratives all openly describe relatively late events ( i. e. the Babylonian captivity and the subsequent restoration of Zion ).
Their and break-up
Their Lyburnum Wits End Liberation Fly LP was recorded by Les Lentz ( who engineered all of their studio recordings ) throughout 1988 but was not released until mid-1994, three years after the band's break-up, by Vermiform Records.
Their relationship was often reported on by the media, with frequent speculation about an engagement or a break-up.
Their second and subsequent records saw the gradual expansion of their instrumentation ( starting with Feuer doubling on keyboards and DuBois playing guitars ) until by the time of their break-up in 2003 the entire band was effectively composed of multi-instrumentalists.
Their decision to credit the album almost solely to Joan Armatrading, giving little credit to Pam Nestor, caused not only the break-up of the duo but also caused Cube to lose Armatrading, who, upset and annoyed by the episode, negotiated her way out of her contract and signed for A & M instead.
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Their ideology was also described as being influenced by Pashtunwali tribal law, Wahhabism, and the jihadism pan-Islamism of their guest Osama bin Laden.
Their voyages were influenced by medieval European adventurers, who had journeyed overland to the Far East and contributed to geographical knowledge of parts of Asia upon their return.
Their ideology was also influenced by colonial French education, which posited Khmers as " Aryans among Asians ", who were morally superior to Chinese or Vietnamese.
Their movement is influenced by the Parenklisis ( Lucretius names it Clinamen ) and that is determined by the chance.
Their debut album was strongly influenced by British blues rock: an amalgam of sounds and styles from such rock bands as Cream, Led Zeppelin, and Deep Purple.
Their sound was influenced by 1960s garage acts ranging from the Electric Prunes, The Standells, The Chocolate Watch Band to The Easybeats.
Their works and outlook deeply influenced literature, aesthetics, criticism, and economics as well as modern attitudes towards feminism, pacifism, and sexuality.
Their decision was influenced in part by the fact that most of the claimants had large estates in England and, therefore, would have lost them if they had defied the English king.
Their roots are in the Radical Pietism movement but they were strongly influenced by Anabaptist theology.
Their streamlined production method, which they named the " Speedee Service System " was influenced by the production line innovations of Henry Ford.
Their works deal directly with how conceptual thought, language, and logic could be influenced by the sociological milieu out of which they arise.
Their ideas of chivalry were also further influenced by Saladin, who was viewed as a chivalrous knight by medieval Christian writers.
Their 1989 album Perfect Symmetry broke away from their NWOBHM influenced sound and became the mold for early progressive metal that Dream Theater would expand on.
Their work, as exposed in the widely read First Draft of a Report on the EDVAC ( 1945 ) and as taught in the Moore School Lectures ( 1946 ), influenced an explosion of computer development in the late 1940s all over the world.
Their arrangement, on a north-south axis aligned with the Obelisk of Luxor and the Rue Royale, and the form of the fountains themselves, were influenced by the fountains of Rome, particularly Piazza Navona and the Piazza San Pietro, both of which had obelisks aligned with fountains.
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Their home was frequently visited by the state's leading men and from an early age Hendricks was influenced to enter politics.
Their records are heavily influenced by the motorik technique of 1970s krautrock groups such as Neu!
Their outfits were influenced by contemporary Russian lifestyles and they went with greens, blues and yellows because, according to Riva, they are " sick and anemic.
Their music is influenced by rock and roll, Tex-Mex, country, folk, R & B, blues, brown-eyed soul, and traditional Spanish and Mexican music such as cumbia, boleros and norteños.