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Up until then, various similar lists of works to be read in churches were in use.
Queen Boadicea features in the opening lyrics of the song " The Good Old Days " written by Pete Doherty and Carl Barat for British rock band The Libertines from their 2002 album " Up the bracket ", the line reads, " If Queen Boadicea is long dead and gone, Still then the spirit in her children's children's children, it lives on ".
Having partnered previously with Gygax on Don't Give Up the Ship !, Arneson introduced Gygax to his Blackmoor game and the two then collaborated on developing " The Fantasy Game ", the role-playing game ( RPG ) that became Dungeons & Dragons, with the final writing and preparation of the text being done by Gygax.
Up a double and back-common combination in which dancers ( usually having linked hands in a line ) advance a double and then retire another double.
Peter Bogdanovich was then approached but he also declined the offer and made What's Up, Doc?
In this film a little girl is administering pretend medicine to a kitten, and Smith cuts in to a big Close Up of the kitten as she does so, and then cuts back to the main shot.
Up the Walls of the World published in 1978 was her first full length novel, up until then she worked and built a reputation only in the field of short stories.
Up to reversal of the orientation of a simple closed curve, if it lies within one of the two crosscaps that make up the Klein bottle, then it is in homology class ( 1, 0 ) or ( 1, 1 ); if it cuts the Klein bottle into two Möbius bands, then it is in homology class ( 2, 0 ); if it cuts the Klein bottle into an annulus, then it is in homology class ( 0, 1 ); and if bounds a disk, then it is in homology class ( 0, 0 ).
Up is then defined as the opposite direction of down.
Up to then, only B-movies and British films had been telecast, often edited or in two parts if they ran more than ninety minutes.
Up until then the Parliament consisted of a complex, and companies increasingly felt the need of an expert local presence to find out what was going on in Brussels.
Up until then phospholipids were believed to be innate structures only used by cells as building blocks for construction of the plasma membrane .< ref >
The title track, written by Steve Kipner and Terry Shaddick, spent ten weeks atop the Billboard Hot 100, matching the then record of most weeks spent at No. 1 in the rock era held by Debby Boone's " You Light Up My Life.
Up to as late as 1900, access to the rooms on lower floors was by ladders on the outside to the roof, and then down an inside ladder.
Up to then the family was kept quietly hidden, most likely in Ford Palace in Kent.
Up until then, factories had been on a single shift in many industries and the German economy was generally inefficient and not operating at full capacity.
Since 2003, Disney Channel has typically imposed an unwritten " 6-to-a-cast " rule as its original series generally have a maximum of six contract cast members, with So Weird being the last series before 2003 to have more than six actors appearing as series regulars ( since then however, Shake It Up had become the first series to feature seven contract cast members in season two ).
Up until then, correct time had only occasionally been sent from American observatories for public use.
Several years later, in 1990, a then up-and-coming band named the Goo Goo Dolls covered " A Million Miles Away " on their Hold Me Up album.
Up until late 1988, Route 33 westbound ran underneath US 130, then merged with 130's southbound lanes.
" He then uncertainly asks, " Up there?
Up until then, all roads in the area had been dirt.

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Up to now, Gorton had been looking for trouble, and now that he was trying to get away from it, trouble started looking for him.
Up until that time it had been possible to make cutters for making gear teeth, but they were good for only one sharpening.
The group had no major hits in 1980, but by 1981 they released two Top Ten hits with " Oh No " (# 4 U. S .) and their first upbeat single in almost five years, " Lady ( You Bring Me Up )" (# 8 U. S .)
Up to 2006 the United Nations Joint Logistics Centre ( UNJLC ) had an operation in Congo to support humanitarian relief agencies working there, and its bulletins and maps about the transport situation are archived on the UNJLC web site.
Up until this time, although he had been defacto monarch, he had retained the title of Crown Prince.
Up to 1913, most American film production was still carried out around New York, but because of the monopoly of Thomas Edison's film patents, many filmmakers had moved to Southern California, hoping to escape the litany of lawsuits that the Edison Company had been bringing to protect its monopoly.
Up to this point artificial lighting in studio scenes had always been put on from the front or side-front, but in 1912 there began to be a few cases where light was put onto the actors from arc floodlights out of shot behind them and to one side, to give a kind of backlighting.
Up to that point, Cleveland's political career had been honorable but unremarkable.
Up until the mid-3rd century, the Roman state ’ s payments appear to have been unbalanced, with far more products sent to Britain, to support its large military force ( which had reached c. 53, 000 by the mid-2nd century ), than were extracted from the island.
Marrow was also interviewed in the Brent Owens documentary Pimps Up, Ho's Down, in which he claims to have had an extensive pimping background before getting into rap.
Up to that time, British iron manufacturers had used considerable amounts of imported iron to supplement native supplies.
Up until the Colts ' back-to-back titles, the Giants had been the premier club in the NFL, and would continue to be post-season stalwarts the next decade losing three straight finals.
John Lahr wrote a biography of Orton entitled Prick Up Your Ears, a title * Orton himself had considered using, in 1978.
Up to this time Jacob Grimm had been actuated only by a general thirst for knowledge and his energies had not found any aim beyond the practical one of making himself a position in life.
Flynn later articulated his own views on the Close Up television programme in an interview with Paul Henry, suggesting that the Sunday Star-Times had grossly misrepresented his opinions.
" Samuel Pepys used it in his diary entry of 28 February 1660 " Up in the morning, and had some red herrings to our breakfast, while my boot-heel was a-mending, by the same token the boy left the hole as big as it was before.
Up to his death he refused to comment on the incident and in other opportunities he denied explicitly that he had been opportunistic by joining the NSDAP in 1933 ( albeit he conceded joining the Nazi Foreign Ministry to dodge his 1940 draft by the Wehrmacht ).
Later on, when Nemo finally did reach Slumberland, he was constantly being woken up by Flip, a character who originally wore a hat that had ' Wake Up ' written on it.
Up until the fourth tour in 1877, led by Lillywhite, touring teams had played first-class games against the individual colonial sides, but Lillywhite felt that his side had done well enough against New South Wales to warrant a game against an All Australian team.
Up to this time, North Korean politics were represented by four factions: the Yan ' an faction made up of returnees from China, the Soviet Koreans, native Korean communists, and Kim's own group, those who had fought guerrilla actions against Japan in the 1930s and 1940s.
In 2002, she had a minor role in Waking Up in Reno.

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