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Twice in descending through Funchilin Pass, Page was responsible for getting his part of the column moving when enemy fire stopped it.
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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.
Titles included in this library are S. O. B., the 1981 remake of The Postman Always Rings Twice ( WB also owns the 1946 MGM version through Turner ), The Sea Wolves, and Escape to Victory ( a. k. a. Victory ).
The joke was that " SECAM " stood for " Something exceedingly Contrary to the American Method " versus NTSC " Never Twice the Same Color " whilst " Peace At Last " or " Perfection At Last " could only be obtained through the PAL system.
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.
Twice he was beaten back, but he steadfastly kept resolve and finally made it through on his third attempt.
Signed to Mercury Nashville Records in 2004, Sugarland broke through that year with the release of their debut single " Baby Girl ", the first single from their multi-platinum debut album Twice the Speed of Life.
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.
Twice a year, at Epiphany ( 6 January ) and on Ascension Day ( the Thursday 40 days after Easter, counting both days ) the three Magi, led by an angel with a trumpet, emerge from one of the doorways normally taken up by these numbers and pass in procession round the gallery, bowing to the Virgin and child, before disappearing through the other door.
He went through distinct poetic stages, from the epigrams and satires of his early works Once Bitten Twice Bitten, to the elegiac mode of his later ones ; The Cost of Seriousness and English Subtitles.
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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 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.
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.
Their production work as BeMusic was collected on two LTM compilation CDs, Cool As Ice: The BeMusic Productions and Twice As Nice ( which also included production work by Donald Johnson, of A Certain Ratio, and Arthur Baker ).
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, in 1933 and 1944, the Uyghurs successfully regained their independence ( backed by the Soviet Communist leader Joseph Stalin ): the First East Turkestan Republic was a short-lived attempt at independence of land around Kashghar, and it was destroyed by Chinese Muslim army under General Ma Zhancang and Ma Fuyuan at the Battle of Kashgar ( 1934 ).
Called Twice Ken is Plenty and intended as a two-man showcase for Horne and Kenneth Williams, the 21st century version was performed by Jonathan Rigby and Robin Sebastian.
He also portrayed Q in a 1967 EON-produced made-for-television documentary entitled " Welcome to Japan, Mr. Bond ", which was included in the 2006 special edition DVD release of You Only Live Twice.
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.
Otto Preminger was looking for a theatrical project to direct and first became aware of Vera Caspary's story when her agent offered him the first draft of a play called Ring Twice for Laura.
Although no crime is committed anywhere in the book, the novel was reprinted in 1989 by Random House, alongside Cain's thriller The Postman Always Rings Twice ( 1934 ), under the heading " Vintage Crime ".
The goal of world domination was only ever stated in You Only Live Twice, and SPECTRE was working not for itself but for an unnamed Asian government whose two representatives Blofeld speaks to during the movie ; perhaps Red China, who earlier backed Goldfinger.
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.
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Twice sentenced to death by French tribunals in 1947 and 1950, he became the Kabylie responsible of the PPA-MTLD paramilitary organization founded in February 1947 by Messali Hadj, the Organisation Spéciale, at the head of 22 members of the resistance ( maquisards ).
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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 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 ).
With a radio advertising campaign featuring the jingle " Pepsi-Cola hits the spot / Twelve full ounces, that's a lot / Twice as much for a nickel, too / Pepsi-Cola is the drink for you ", arranged in such a way that the jingle never ends.
*" The Madam's Song ", also called " I Never Do Anything Twice ", for the film The Seven-Per-Cent Solution ( 1976 ).
Twice he visited Rome as a diplomatic representative of the Bavarian court to obtain sanction for the establishment of a court of inquisition against the Lutheran teachings at Ingolstadt.
With Gianni Puccini, Antonio Pietrangeli and Giuseppe De Santis, he wrote the screenplay for his first film as director: Ossessione ( Obsession, 1943 ), the first neorealist movie and an unofficial adaptation of the novel The Postman Always Rings Twice.
Twice a day for 40 days, Goliath, the champion of the Philistines, comes out between the lines and challenges the Israelites to send out a champion of their own to decide the outcome in single combat, but Saul and all the Israelites are afraid.
Only four horses competed against Secretariat for the June 9, 1973, running of the Belmont Stakes, including Sham, who had finished second in both the Derby and Preakness, along with three other horses thought to have little chance by the bettors: Twice A Prince, My Gallant, and Private Smiles.
A dome appeared in the 1967 James Bond film You Only Live Twice, inspiring the production designer of Austin Powers The Spy Who Shagged Me to use a dome for Dr Evil's moon base .< ref >
" In 1971 Norman produced an album ( Born Twice ) for Randy Stonehill, who had been converted in August 1970 in Norman's kitchen.