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Twice he served as mayor of Richmond, Virginia, from 1783 to 1784 and again from 1788 to 1789.
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He has also served as a martial arts advisor to various films and television productions, including the James Bond movie You Only Live Twice, and in the first film from the highly popular Japanese series Shinobi no Mono.
Twice flown, he served as a mission specialist on STS-106 and STS-115 logging over 23 days in space, and 7 hours and 11 minutes of EVA time.
Twice it served as the entry-point for an emperor's triumphal return: in 1126, when John II Komnenos returned from the recapture of his ancestral Kastamonu, and in 1168, when Manuel I Komnenos returned from his victorious campaign against Hungary.
Twice in November 1861 Ross was chosen by General McCulloch, with whom he had served in the Texas Rangers, to lead a scouting force near Springfield, Missouri.
Specifically, he served as martial arts coordinator for the James Bond film You Only Live Twice, where he also doubled for actor Sean Connery.
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Twice during the Civil War it was saved from destruction by the opposing armies by the pleas and prayers of a local minister.
Twice in the year the superiors of the several coenobia met at the chief monastery, under the presidency of an archimandrite (" the chief of the fold ," from miandra, a sheepfold ), and at the last meeting gave in reports of their administration for the year.
These cost from 0 to 3 or more points depending on whether they should be considered Frequent, Major ( or even " Twice Major ", for especially powerful abilities that significantly affect gameplay ) and / or Versatile.
The classic film noirs The Maltese Falcon and The Glass Key ( 1942 ) were based on novels by Hammett ; Cain's novels provided the basis for Double Indemnity ( 1944 ), Mildred Pierce ( 1945 ), The Postman Always Rings Twice ( 1946 ), and Slightly Scarlet ( 1956 ; adapted from Love's Lovely Counterfeit ).
Other defining recordings include " Sugar Town ", the 1967 number one " Somethin ' Stupid " ( a duet with her father ), the title song from the James Bond film You Only Live Twice, several collaborations with Lee Hazlewood such as " Jackson ", and her cover of Cher's " Bang Bang ( My Baby Shot Me Down )", which features during the opening sequence of Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill.
Twice more in the 860s Vikings rowed to Paris, leaving only when they acquired sufficient loot or bribes from the Carolingian rulers.
* James Bond film series, from You Only Live Twice ( 1967 ) to Die Another Day ( 2002 ), with the exception of On Her Majesty's Secret Service ( 1969 ) and For Your Eyes Only ( 1981 ).
Twice a year there is a day-long community recreation, and the monk may receive an annual visit from immediate family members.
Twice a year the Emperor and all his retinue would move from the Forbidden city through Beijing to encamp within the complex, wearing special robes and abstaining from eating meat.
After being absent from Goldfinger, SPECTRE returns in Thunderball and subsequently is featured in the following films You Only Live Twice, On Her Majesty's Secret Service and Diamonds Are Forever.
Twice Amelia County was reduced in size to form newer counties ; in 1754, Prince Edward County was formed from parts of Amelia County, and in 1789, Nottoway County was formed.
In order to meet Norman's hospital bills, in November 2002 Solid Rock Records began releasing the Essential Series on CD-R, a set of seven Norman albums, with 142 songs ( including 16 previously unreleased songs ), which comprised: Instigator, which included rough mix versions of two previously unreleased songs, " Butterfly " and " Kulderachna ", both removed from 1973's So Long Ago the Garden ; Agitator, which included three unreleased bonus tracks, " Sweet Silver Angels ", " God, Part 2 ", and " People In My Past "; Liberator, which included songs that were aimed at " liberating Christians who felt trapped inside the church and also providing a cultural doorway to allow those who felt dismissed and isolated by Christianity to find their way into fellowship with Christ regardless of the church's response toward them "; Collaborator, which featured songs representing " the combined efforts of Charles and Larry from lyrics and melodies to arrangements and production ", including three unreleased songs: " Perfect World ", " Don't Wanna Be Like You ", and " Jesus Is God ", recorded about 2000 ; Emancipator, included two unreleased songs of Norman singing with Randy Stonehill: a Christian version of the folk song " He Was a Friend of Mine ", which had been popularized by The Byrds and Bob Dylan, which was re-titled " He is a Friend of Mine ", and " I Love You ", the song Stonehill and Norman co-wrote in 1971 for Stonehill's Born Twice album ; Infiltrator, which sees love as " the most powerful infiltrator in the world ", is a collection of Norman's love songs, and includes two new releases: a cover of David Noble's " Waves of Grace ", and " Stranger, Won't You Change "; and Survivor, included the full 8-minute version of " Dark Passage ", an unreleased third verse of " Baby Out of Wedlock ", and " One Star Remains ", which is Judee Sill's " My Man On Love " from her 1971 eponymous debut album.
Blofeld appears or is heard in three novels: Thunderball, On Her Majesty's Secret Service, and You Only Live Twice ; and six James Bond films from Eon Productions: From Russia with Love ( 1963 ), Thunderball ( 1965 ), You Only Live Twice ( 1967 ), On Her Majesty's Secret Service ( 1969 ), Diamonds Are Forever ( 1971 ) and For Your Eyes Only ( 1981 ) ( the pre-title sequence of which marks his final appearance and apparent death ).
Twice the Spanish were repelled with heavy casualties, but at the third attempt, with reinforcements from Álvaro de Bazán's galley, they took the ship.
The New Jersey hardcore band Rorschach samples some of the lines from the ending narration on the song " Lightning Strikes Twice " from their album Remain Sedate.
In You Only Live Twice, players only have two lives before they are eliminated from the game, and License to Kill is a mode in which players die from a single hit with any weapon.
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Twice ousted by the Panamanian military, he was again ousted ( for the third time ) as president by the National Guard after only 10 days in office.
Twice since then it has reverted to being a church, only to become again a meeting house dedicated to the great intellectuals of France.
Twice it was advanced to the line of the Antonine Wall, at about the time when Hadrian's Wall was built and again under Septimius Severus, and once further north, beyond the river Tay, during Agricola's campaigns – although each time it was soon withdrawn.
Twice a year, coinciding with the Golden Week Holidays in the first week of May, and again for the first week of November, there is a pottery and crafts festival where potters and craftsmen from Mashiko and surrounds come to the town and set up stalls.
Twice again an All-Star in San Antonio through 1987, he rejoined the Bulls for part of the 1988 season before finishing his NBA career with the Boston Celtics in 1988.
Far from being reduced in importance, operations of the Red-Banner Baltic Fleet during the early-Cold War period earned it a great amount of prestige and profile, with the second awarding of the Order of Red Banner being presented on 7 May 1965 when the Fleet was again renamed to Twice Red-Banner Baltic Fleet.
Duvivier's final portmanteau film was Le Diable et les dix Commandements ( 1962 ), while the scenario of Chair de Poule ( 1963 ) has a resemblances to The Postman Always Rings Twice and again features an unscrupulous woman.
Twice, in 1495 and again in 1500, he was sent to Rome, and once on a special embassy to Flanders, of which he has left an account.
Twice in 1988, once 1993, twice in 1999 and again in 2009 playing three sold out shows to approximately 100. 000 people, being the only artist to have done so.
In 2002 he accepted the first national team award from the Directors Guild of Canada Best TV series Drama for Twice in a Lifetime and was nominated again in 2006.
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Twice a week he drove his tallyho over the Santa Cruz road, upland and through the redwood forest, with orchards below him at one hand, and glimpses of the Pacific at the other.
Twice he left everything to his entourage, and fled to make the Santa Cruz tour under Vernon's guidance.
Twice a month the editorial staff meets in New York for an early supper, then a long evening of idea-exchange.
Twice a year for 16 years, 10 weeks at a time, he appeared in county seats in the midstate region when the county courts were in session.
Twice a week, Lincoln would meet with his cabinet in the afternoon, and occasionally Mary Lincoln would force him to take a carriage ride because she was concerned he was working too hard.
These were The Bump, starring Aubrey Smith ; Twice Two ; Five Pound Reward ; and Bookworms Some of these films survive in the archives of the British Film Institute.
Twice she accompanied him in tickling Elizabeth, and once held her while he cut her black gown " into a thousand pieces.
Twice in the course of the great discussion, he allowed himself to enter the field of doctrinal controversy, a field foreign to both his nature and his previous practice.
Some of their early films include four written by A. A. Milne including The Bump, starring Aubrey Smith ; Twice Two ; Five Pound Reward ; and Bookworms.
The primary literary influence on film noir was the hardboiled school of American detective and crime fiction, led in its early years by such writers as Dashiell Hammett ( whose first novel, Red Harvest, was published in 1929 ) and James M. Cain ( whose The Postman Always Rings Twice appeared five years later ), and popularized in pulp magazines such as Black Mask.
It was not until the penultimate novel, You Only Live Twice, that Fleming gave Bond a sense of family background.
* Balka, Chistie and Rose Andy Twice Blessed: on Being Lesbian or Gay and Jewish Boston: Beacon Press, 1989.