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Weaving together Jewish and Greek thought, Philo promoted praise without instruments, and taught that " silent singing " ( without even vocal chords ) was better still.
Weaving was the main actor in Andrew Kotatko's award-winning film Everything Goes ( 2004 ).
Weaving played the title role as V in the 2006 film V for Vendetta, in which he was reunited with the Wachowski brothers, creators of The Matrix trilogy, who wrote the adapted screenplay.
In a controversial move by director Michael Bay, Weaving was chosen as the Decepticon leader Megatron vocally in the 2007 live-action film Transformers, rather than using the original version of the character's voice created by the voice actor, Frank Welker.
Weaving himself was unaware of the controversy and had accepted the role based on Michael Bay's personal request ; in a November 2008 Sun Herald interview, he said he'd never seen Transformers.
In early 2009, Guillermo Del Toro, then director of The Hobbit films, prequels to The Lord of the Rings, confirmed his intent to again cast Weaving as Elrond of Rivendell in a BBC interview When asked about reprising the role, Weaving replied that he was game, but had not officially been approached.
Del Toro eventually left the project ; Peter Jackson decided to direct the films himself but Weaving was not officially confirmed in the cast until May 2011.
On 4 May 2010, it was officially confirmed by Marvel Studios that Weaving would play the fictional Nazi the Red Skull in the superhero film Captain America: The First Avenger.
When he was 13 years old, Weaving was diagnosed with epilepsy.
Weaving was important in Teufen.
Weaving was the only handicraft which enjoyed prosperity at that time.
He does not voice Megatron in any of the three live action films ( Hugo Weaving was chosen for the role, instead ).
Weaving in the Nepal and India carpet workshops was eventually dominated by local non-Tibetan workers who replaced the original Tibetan émigré weavers.
The school was renamed in 1891 and became the Technical College for Spinning, Weaving, and Knitting.
The other was the Kurla Spinning and Weaving Mill.
Weaving was carried out at Rose Shed Mill, which was redeveloped into Browns Court in the late 1990s.
Weaving and wood-cutting were “ bad luck ", giving both men and women a proper holiday, and if a dog was heard barking on Epiphany one ought to look for his or her future spouse in that same direction.
Locally the Sibilla was in some sense a beneficent fata whose retinue would descend from her mountain at times to teach the village girls all the secrets of spinning and weaving ( see Weaving ( mythology ) for other European weaving goddesses ), and perhaps to dance the saltarello with the best of the young men.
Weaving was a major home industry by this time with cloth woven in small workshops attached to people's homes, for the clothiers of the nearby towns.
Weaving was " put out " to surrounding villagers.

Weaving and born
Hugo Wallace Weaving ( born 4 April 1960 ) is an English-Australian film and stage actor and voice artist.

Weaving and at
File: JacquardWeavingPoland. jpg | Weaving on a jacquard loom with a flying shuttle at the Textile Department of the Strzemiński Academy of Fine Arts in Lodz, Poland.
When he returned, the astrologer recognised it as the shuttle of the Weaving Girl ( Vega ), and, moreover, said that at the time Zhang received the shuttle, he had seen a wandering star interpose itself between the Weaving Girl and the cow herd.
Silk Sari Weaving at Kanchipuram
With the establishment of Gunning's Linen Weaving Mill, the expansion of the Wellbrook linen finishing estate, the establishment of Adair's weaving mill at Greenvale and the final arrival of the railways, Cookstown's population quadrupled between 1820 and 1840.
The old Gunning and Moore Weaving Mill at Broadfields has been transformed into a large retail park with outlets of Tesco, Marks and Spencer, Homebase, Next, Tempest, New Look, Halfords and Peacocks being the first tenants to set up here.
Weaving has a direction -- that is, you begin at one point and proceed, by interlacing threads, to another point.
Weaving at the 2003 Matrix Reloaded premiere
Hugo Weaving at the premiere of The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King in December 2003.
On 13 March, The Key Man, which Weaving filmed in 2006, finally debuted at the South By Southwest Festival in Austin, Texas.
Weaving and Cate Blanchett reprised their roles in STC's internationally lauded production of Uncle Vanya for a ten-day run at New York's Lincoln Center in July.
* Christie, Mrs. Archibald ( Grace Christie ), Embroidery and Tpestry Weaving, London, John Hogg, 1912, online at Project Gutenberg
Gerrard also scored the Jim Loach directed Oranges and Sunshine starring Emily Watson and Hugo Weaving released in April 2011 which garnered her with another nomination at the 2011 IF Awards for Best Music Score.
Anthony " Tick " Belrose ( Hugo Weaving ), using the drag pseudonym of Mitzi Del Bra, is a Sydney-based drag queen who accepts an offer to perform his drag act at Lasseter's Hotel Casino Resort managed by a female friend named Marion ( Sarah Chadwick ) in Alice Springs, a remote town in central Australia.
* Weaving Legitimacy: Kay's Use of Mythology in The Fionavar Tapestry at Guy Gavriel Kay's Authorized Website.
Weaving is the action of creating cloth by interweaving two layers of thread usually at 90 degree angles to each other.
Weaving is a consequence of having too many grade separated junctions on a road in a short distance, where traffic wanting to leave the grade-separated road at the next junction has to fight for road space with traffic which has just entered from the previous one.
Weaving mill at Solberg Spinderi.
Weaving on a jacquard loom with a flying shuttle at the Textile Department of the Strzemiński Academy of Fine Arts in Lodz, Poland.
The group, through the South Colombo Youth League, became involved in a strike at the Wellawatte Spinning and Weaving Mills.

Weaving and University
The history of Reutlingen University goes back to the School of Weaving established in 1855 by the Kingdom of Württemberg, the city of Reutlingen, and the textile industry.
Weaving a Future: Tourism, Cloth and Culture on an Andean Island, Iowa City: University of Iowa Press.

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