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Up to 1902 the work was largely carried out by private companies operating under increasing public control as time went on.
Up from Slavery is the 1902 autobiography of Booker T. Washington detailing his work to rise from the position of a slave child during the Civil War, to the difficulties and obstacles he overcame to get an education at the new Hampton University, to his work establishing vocational schools — most notably the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama — to help black people and other disadvantaged minorities learn useful, marketable skills and work to pull themselves, as a race, up by the bootstraps.
Barrie plays: as Ernest in The Admirable Crichton in 1902, and the dual role of George Darling and Captain Hook ( instead of Seymour Hicks, who had turned down the part ) in Peter Pan, or The Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up, at the Duke of York's Theatre, London, on 27 December 1904.
In 1902 coal sidings were added to the Up side, followed by a private siding to the local gasworks.

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They rented a villa on the road to Casablanca and during that time Orwell wrote Coming Up for Air.
But Orton, still on an absolute high, proceeded over the next ten months to revise The Ruffian on the Stair and The Erpingham Camp for the stage as a double called Crimes of Passion ; wrote Funeral Games ; wrote the screenplay Up Against It for the Beatles ; and worked on What the Butler Saw.
John Lahr wrote a biography of Orton entitled Prick Up Your Ears, a title * Orton himself had considered using, in 1978.
" " Diamond in Your Mind ", which Waits wrote for Wilson's Woyzeck, did not appear on Blood Money ; however, it did emerge on Solomon Burke's album Don't Give Up on Me of the same year.
Simon Reynolds wrote in his book Rip It Up and Start Again: Post Punk 1978 – 1984 that " The Residents and their ' representatives ' were one and the same ", elaborating on one of his blogs that " this was something that anybody who had any direct dealings with Ralph figured out sooner rather than later.
In addition to his contributions in education, Washington wrote 14 books ; his autobiography, Up From Slavery, first published in 1901, is still widely read today.
Along with Last Train from Berlin, he wrote three other books, The Population Explosion ( 1960 ), the children's book Washington, D. C .: The Story of our Nation's Capital ( 1967 ), and a memoir Events Leading Up to My Death: The Life of a Twentieth-Century Reporter ( 1996 ).
Catherine Smith, who wrote her mother's obituary, quoted from Smith's 1996 memoirs Events Leading Up to My Death, that their relationship " was born in an atmosphere of acute crisis.
In 1965 she wrote two works: an autobiographical short story called " A Young Girl's Primer, or How to Attain the Leisure Class ", and a play titled Up Your Ass about a young prostitute.
An example of a re-versioned film is Woody Allen's What's Up, Tiger Lily ?, in which the director wrote new English dialogue for the Japanese film International Secret Police: Key of Keys for comic effect.
Wilson played and sang on much of the 1971 Surf's Up album and wrote or co-wrote four of the album's ten songs, including the title track, which was a Carl Wilson-produced rerecording of the legendary 1966 SMiLE track.
He wrote numerous platinum-selling classics, including " Up, Up and Away ", " By the Time I Get to Phoenix ", " Wichita Lineman ", " Galveston ", " The Worst That Could Happen ", " All I Know ", and " MacArthur Park ".
) Orwell wrote Coming Up for Air while he was in North Africa and left the manuscript at his agent's office within a few hours of arriving back in England on 30 March 1939.
Jennings and Sample also wrote " One Day I'll Fly Away ", originally sung by Crawford, which was featured in the film Moulin Rouge !, along with another of Jennings ’ s songs, " Up Where We Belong ".
He wrote a Brandeis University publication about coalition building and Lift Up Your Voice, a book about race and religious relations released in 1998.
Norman M. Coats of Kirkwood, MO ; a 1944 Borden High School Graduate, World War II Veteran, Businessman and Author ; wrote a compelling book called " Growing Up on Daisy Hill ", which chronicles his early years being born and raised in the nearby hills and hollows of Borden during The Great Depression.
Kimmel later wrote two books about her childhood growing up in Mooreland-A Girl Named Zippy and She Got Up Off the Couch.
* Benjamin Hanby-an American composer who wrote the Christmas song " Up on the House Top ", was born in Rushville.
* John R. Powers-author who wrote " Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up?
To support the upcoming live dates, Fogerty wrote " Up Around the Bend ," and " Run Through the Jungle.
Her son is Novel, who released his first studio album " The Audiobiography " in October 2008, and wrote movie soundtracks for Tyler Perry's Diary of a Mad Black Woman, Step Up, and 21.
In 1993, Kravitz wrote " Line Up " for Aerosmith's Steven Tyler, and appeared on Mick Jagger's solo album, Wandering Spirit, in a cover of the Bill Withers soul classic " Use Me ", and played guitar on the title track of David Bowie's The Buddha of Suburbia.

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Up front, he paid $ 1, 500 of the total $ 1, 800 value of the property ; the rest was meant to be paid by the Alcotts over a two year period.
In total Bringing Up Baby was 40 days over schedule and $ 330, 000 over budget.
On its first run Bringing Up Baby made $ 715, 000 in the U. S. and $ 394, 000 in foreign markets, with a total of $ 1, 109, 000.
Up to the Second World War, like many other cities in Europe, Częstochowa had a significant Jewish population: according to Russian census of 1897, out of the total population of 45, 130, Jews constituted 12, 000 ( so around 26 % percent ).
Up to the Second World War, like many other cities in Europe, Kielce had a significant Jewish population: according to the Russian census of 1897, out of the total population of 23, 200, Jews constituted 6, 400 ,( around 27 % percent ).
Gaye had a total of 13 number-one hits in his career (" I'll Be Doggone ", " Ain't That Peculiar ", " Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thing ", " You're All I Need to Get By ", " I Heard It Through the Grapevine ", " Too Busy Thinking About My Baby ", " What's Going On ", " Mercy Mercy Me ( The Ecology )", " Inner City Blues ( Make Me Wanna Holler )", " Let's Get It On ", " I Want You ", " Got to Give It Up " and " Sexual Healing ") as well as many other top ten hits.
Up to the Second World War and the Holocaust, like many other cities in Europe, Hrodna had a significant Jewish population: according to Russian census of 1897, out of the total population of 46, 900, Jews constituted 22, 700 ( so around 48 % percent ).
Up to the Second World War and the Holocaust, like many other cities in Europe, Mogilev had a significant Jewish population: according to Russian census of 1897, out of the total population of 41, 100, Jews constituted 21, 500 ( so around 50 % percent ).
The film was nominated for a total of 14 BAFTA Awards and won three: the Alexander Korda Award for Best British Film, the Best Actor ( Nigel Hawthorne ) and the Award for Best Make Up / Hair ( Lisa Westcott ).
Up until 1930, when the total number of municipalities reached its peak ( 2, 532 entities ), there were more partitions than amalgamations.
Up to 14 TXP and NonStop II systems could now be combined via FOX, a long-distance fault-tolerant fibre optic bus for connecting TNS clusters across a business campus ; a cluster of clusters with a total of 224 cpus.
" The ' Clean Up TV ' petition, using the manifesto, gained a total of 500, 000 signatures.
Kempston in 1908The Urban District was based on East End, Up End and Kempston New Town all of which are in the north eastern part of the parish close to Bedford, and had 86. 8 % of the total population at the 1901 census.
Up to 66 genera have been recognised in the family, with a total of around 2, 000 species worldwide.
Up until this point every additional unit has been adding more value to the total product than the previous one.
Up to 1986 a total of 48 launch sites, including a site at Pavschino, were equipped with 405 RSD-10 missiles under control of the Strategic Rocket Forces.
Up to the Second World War and the Holocaust, like many cities in Eastern Europe, Pinsk had a significant Jewish population: according to the Russian census of 1897, out of the total population of 28, 400, Jews constituted 21, 100 ( approx.
Up to that time, UCLA had collected a total of two such championships the previous 30 years.
Up to two extended memory modules could be inserted, for a grand total of
The 35 years of production saw the manufacturing of a total of 1, 979, 730 vehicles plus, between 1975 – 2006, a total of 318, 969 vehicles belonging to the range that came to be known under the generic name of " Pick Up ".
Up to two IBM 5114 diskette units, each housing a maximum of two diskette drives, could be attached to the 5110 for a total online diskette capacity of 4. 8 million bytes.
Up until 1947, competitors at figure skating events were required to skate a total of 12 figures ( 6 different figures skated on both feet ) which were worth 60 % of the total score.

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