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Charles Lyell recognised the implications of Wallace's paper and its possible connection to Darwin's work, although Darwin did not, and in the spring of 1856 Lyell urged Darwin to publish his theory to establish priority.
Darwin had his basic theory of natural selection " by which to work " by December 1838, yet almost twenty years later, when Wallace's letter arrived on 18 June 1858, Darwin was still not ready to publish his theory.
Blind Harry claimed his work was based on a book by Father John Blair, Wallace's boyhood friend and personal chaplain.
Largely through the work of Wallace's supporters, the Alabama restriction on gubernatorial succession was later repealed.
Posthumously, Wallace's most famous work would be one he never got the chance to see: Out of the many scripts he'd penned for RKO, Merian C. Cooper's " gorilla picture " would have the most lasting influence, becoming the classic 1933 King Kong.
After Wallace's death, Ruth Rose was brought in to work on the evolving script that Wallace had started but was unable to finish or finalize.
Regardless of the work of Rose and Creelman, many who have read Wallace's original screenplay have argued that it is superior to the final Rose / Creelman story.
Dr. Wallace's work has appeared in the New York Times, WIRED, CNN, ZDTV and in numerous foreign language publications across Asia, Latin America and Europe.
Her plays are published by Faber and Faber in London, and Theater Communications Group and Broadway Play Publishing Inc. in the U S. Wallace's work has been produced in both the United Kingdom, Europe, the United States, and the Middle East.
Like much of Wallace's work, the essay is written in postmodern style.
He also got into serious trouble with Simon & Schuster and author Irving Wallace over a work called The Original Seven Minutes by J. J. Jadway ( see ) which purported to be the actual book featured in Irving Wallace's novel The Seven Minutes.

Wallace's and includes
* David Foster Wallace's Infinite Jest includes over 400 endnotes, some over a dozen pages long.
This collection also includes Wallace's influential essay " E Unibus Pluram " on television's impact on contemporary literature and the use of irony in American culture.
Tina Fey's 2011 memoir Bossypants also includes a chapter on her own cruise experience, entitled My Honeymoon: Or, A Supposedly Fun Thing That I ’ ll Never Do Again Either, in which she jokingly suggests that those who've heard of Foster Wallace's book should consider themselves members of the " cultural elite ", who hate their country and flag.

Wallace's and Los
The turbulent marriage resulted in Evans ' involvement in the East Coast West Coast hip hop rivalry, dominating the rap music news at the time, and ended with Wallace's murder in a yet-unsolved drive-by shooting in Los Angeles on March 9, 1997.
Additionally, it led to Evans ' involvement in the East Coast-West Coast hip hop feud, dominating the rap music news at the time, which ended with Wallace's murder in a yet-to-be-solved drive-by shooting in Los Angeles, California in March 1997, and made Evans " Rap's most famous widow ".
The game was a rematch of the heated Eastern Conference finals which the Detroit Pistons won on their way to the 2004 NBA Finals where they defeated the Los Angeles Lakers 4-1 on the back of Wallace's effective and strong defense against a declining but still dominant Shaquille O ' Neal.
Wallace's nightshade is named for William Allen Wallace ( 1815-1893 ) who collected samples from the Los Angeles area around 1854.

Wallace's and which
After Ray Wallace's death, his children came forward with a pair of wooden feet, which they said their father had used to fake the Bigfoot tracks in 1958.
James T. Costa said that because the book was an abstract produced in haste in response to Wallace's essay, it was more approachable than the big book on natural selection Darwin had been working on, which would have been encumbered by scholarly footnotes and much more technical detail.
A two-handed claymore, purporting to be Wallace's, which may contain original metal from his sword blade, was kept by the Scottish kings and is displayed as a relic in the Wallace Monument.
They changed their name to Faith No Man for the release of the single, which featured two of the three songs recorded in Wallace's garage, and hired Roddy Bottum to replace Worthington.
Coincidentally, it replaced a CBS daytime magazine program called Calendar, which was hosted by Wallace's future 60 Minutes colleague Harry Reasoner.
The contrast between Wallace's style of mixing, which involves ( among other things ) triggered samples ( leading to the album's distinctive half wood, half metal snare drum sound ), and Albini's style of recording, irritated Albini.
* Also see Rose, Gregory F. " The Swarmy Life and Times of the NCLC ," National Review, March 30, 1979, and Reich, September 21, 1977: " Three and four years ago, the tiny U. S. Labor Party, preaching Marxist revolution, was engaged in a bitter fight with the Communist Party over which was a purer representative of left-wing tradition .< p >" But now the Labor Party, under the same leadership, has moved to the right, has joined with persons in the South who are heirs to George C. Wallace's American Independent Party tradition, is soliciting help from orthodox Republicans and even had an information table at a big GOP fund-raising dinner in the Biltmore here last month.
The next, smaller split was that of Sam Marcy's Global Class War faction, which called within the SWP for support of Henry Wallace's Progressive Party Presidential run in 1948 and regarded Mao Zedong as a revolutionary leader.
The sections symbol is used to denote chapters and sections in David Foster Wallace's novel The Pale King, left unfinished with his death in 2008, which deals heavily with the labor and lives of IRS workers.
The TNT cable network also produced a movie George Wallace in 1997, which was a John Frankenheimer film starring Gary Sinise, who would win an Emmy for his performance as Wallace the very night of the real Wallace's death.
The National Alliance was reorganized from an earlier group: the National Youth Alliance ( NYA ) which in turn was formed out of the remains of an organization called Youth for Wallace which supported Governor George Wallace's 1968 presidential campaign.
Join Me enjoyed a resurgence in 2005 thanks to Wallace's BBC television comedy series, How to Start Your Own Country, in which he founded the micronation of Lovely.
Marcy and his followers split from the Socialist Workers Party in 1958 over a series of long-standing differences, among them Marcy's group's support for Henry A. Wallace's Progressive Party in 1948, the positive view they held of the Chinese Revolution led by Mao Zedong, and their defense of the 1956 Soviet intervention in Hungary, all of which the SWP opposed.
Edward advanced into central Scotland and Wallace's army shadowed the English, intending to avoid battle until shortages of supplies and money forced Edward to withdraw, at which point the Scots would harass his retreat.
Blyth was among the first to recognise the significance of Wallace's paper " On the Law which has regulated the introduction of Species " and brought it to the notice of Darwin in a letter written in Calcutta on December 8, 1855:
The film is well known for Wallace's original song " Der Fuehrer's Face ", which was actually released earlier by Spike Jones.
According to Wallace's secretary, Wallace's action was intended to avoid a more violent demonstration by the Ku Klux Klan, which Wallace himself had opposed before embracing it out of political necessity.
When Darwin received Alfred Russel Wallace's paper which described natural selection, Hooker and Charles Lyell arranged for a joint reading of papers by Darwin and Wallace to the Linnean Society.
Wallace's quote comes from the end of Winstanley's argument in which he clearly is not conceding the point.

Wallace's and she
Following a tryst with Wallace, Isabella exacts revenge on the now terminally ill Longshanks by telling him she is pregnant with Wallace's child, intent on ending Longshank's line and ruling in his son's place.
In Alice Beck Kehoe's ethnohistory of the Ghost Dance, she presents the movement within the framework of Wallace's model of religious revitalization.
George Wallace's political career and neglect of his family resulted in his wife filing for divorce in the late 1950s ; she later dropped the suit.
Initially, Wallace's mother is skeptical about letting him associate with Veronica, whom she thinks is a bad influence.
Wallace's most famous role was in the soap opera Sons and Daughters, in which she played Patricia Palmer, starting in 1982.

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