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Fleming took the name for his character from that of the American ornithologist James Bond, a Caribbean bird expert and author of the definitive field guide Birds of the West Indies ; Fleming, a keen birdwatcher himself, had a copy of Bond's guide and he later explained to the ornithologist's wife that " It struck me that this brief, unromantic, Anglo-Saxon and yet very masculine name was just what I needed, and so a second James Bond was born ".
Major argues that the capture of Silchester, of which no record has survived, was not the work of Angles but of the West Saxons, who probably struck north from Winchester, possibly acting in concert with a separate force making its way up the Thames Valley towards Reading.
** The USS Tuscaloosa, USS New Orleans, USS Tennessee and USS West Virginia are struck from the Naval Vessel Register.
More than 180, 000 miners in Colorado, Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia struck.
All coins struck in Mercia after the disappearance of Ceolwulf in c. 879 were in the name of the West Saxon king.
At the tip of West Ocean Drive is Sunset Park, the place closest to where a woman was fatally struck by a spotted eagle ray.
Tragedy struck again in 1902 when 34 miners were killed in an explosion in the Day West Mine.
He suffered from angina pectoris and died after Christmas 1950, struck down by a heart attack at the corner of 61st Street and Central Park West in New York, not far from his apartment building.
The circulation pieces were initially struck for use in the West Indies, but beginning in 1845, were coined for use in Britain as well.
And Turner Entertainment ( via Warner Bros .) has struck new Cinerama prints of How the West Was Won for exhibition in true Cinerama theatres around the world.
* 1219, January 16, Saint Marcellus flood, Netherlands and Germany, 36, 000 deaths struck West Friesland
On September 13, 1899 he was disembarking from a streetcar at West 74th Street and Central Park West in New York City, when an electric-powered taxicab ( Automobile No. 43 ) struck him and crushed his head and chest.
: Here at West 74th Street and Central Park West, Henry H. Bliss dismounted from a streetcar and was struck and knocked unconscious by an automobile on the evening of September 13, 1899.
The six brought a civil claim for damages against the West Midlands police in 1977, which was struck out on 17 January 1980 by the Court of Appeal ( Civil Division ), constituted by the Master of the Rolls, Lord Denning, Goff LJ and Sir George Baker, under the principle of estoppel.
In the end, a complicated deal was struck to build the parking deck on an alternate site north of the main tower on West Peachtree Street.
Along with these, which were identical to those produced at Philadelphia, West Point has struck a great deal of commemorative and proof coinage bearing the W mint mark.
The circulating cents struck in the 1980s at San Francisco ( except proofs ) and West Point also bear no mintmark, as their facilities were used to supplement Philadelphia's production.
Captain Atwood took necessary precautions, but the vessel struck West Island, one of the islands in the Three Kings group, about 35 nautical miles ( 65 km ) north of Cape Reinga on the northern tip of mainland New Zealand.
In several parts of the world ( notably in West Africa ) pairs or trios of clapperless bells are joined in such a way that they can be struck separately or clashed together.
* September 13, 1899 – Henry H. Bliss becomes the first person killed in an automobile accident in the United States when he steps off a streetcar at 74th Street and Central Park West and is struck by a taxicab.
A week after the tornado struck, summer classes began at Topeka West High School.
In 2001, Coin World reported the revelation ( via a FOIA document request ) that the Mint had struck 39 examples of the 2000 Sacagawea dollar in gold in June 1999 at the West Point Mint.

West and back
`` They knew I was a good sharecrop farmer back in Carolina, but out West was a chance to build a real farm of our own.
In June 1991, the German Parliament, the Bundestag, voted to move the seat of the ( West ) German capital back from Bonn to Berlin, which was completed in 1999.
West Germany, who had a habit of coming back from behind, eventually scored twice – a back header from Uwe Seeler made it 2 – 2.
After subjugating all Austrasia, he marched against Radbod and pushed him back into his territory, even forcing the concession of West Frisia ( later Holland ).
As a result, the Rockies fell back to third place in the West with an 83 – 79 record.
Some of the problems in the Wessex genealogies may have come about because of efforts to integrate Ceawlin's line with the other lineages: it was very important to the West Saxons to be able to trace their ancestors back to Cerdic.
Upon his arrival back in Montreal, Thompson retired with a generous pension from the North West Company.
Missionaries and scholars also brought back new ideas from other civilisations-as with the Jesuit China missions who played a significant role in the transmission of knowledge, science, and culture between China and the West, translating Western works like Euclids Elements for Chinese scholars and the thoughts of Confucius for Western audiences.
Before entering West Point, Poe moved back to Baltimore for a time, to stay with his widowed aunt Maria Clemm, her daughter, Virginia Eliza Clemm ( Poe's first cousin ), his brother Henry, and his invalid grandmother Elizabeth Cairnes Poe.
When it became obvious that a military action in East Pakistan was inevitable, Admiral Ahsan resigned from his position as Martial Law Administrator in protest, and immediately flew back to Karachi, West Pakistan.
A year later, Hurst was back at Wembley for the final of the European Cup Winners Cup against 1860 Munich, and West Ham won 2 – 0.
George moved back into his cottage at West Moor and his unmarried sister Eleanor moved in to look after Robert.
The traditional classification in the West, which goes back to the Ancient Greeks, begins with a distinction between precious and semi-precious stones ; similar distinctions are made in other cultures.
After the war, West Germany was allowed back into IUPAC.
In the West Indian second innings, Clark bowled bodyline back to the West Indians, taking 2 for 64.
Mojo reaches as far back as West African culture, where it is said to drive away evil spirits, keep good luck in the household, manipulate a fortune, and lure and persuade lovers.
Desmond reportedly owned a Baldwin grand piano, which he loaned to Bradley Cunningham, owner of the famous Bradley's piano bar in Greenwich Village, with the condition that Mr. Cunningham had to move the large piano back to Desmond's Upper West Side apartment to become part of Desmond's estate.
The origins of the group can be traced back to the student protest movement in West Germany.
The Chargers would lose their first four games of the season and come back to become the first 0 – 4 team to make the playoffs as they won 11 of the last 12 games and clinched the AFC West title.
They would become the 1994 AFC West Division champions behind a defense led by linebacker Junior Seau, defensive tackles Reuben Davis and Shawn Lee, defensive end Leslie O ' Neal and an offense keyed by running back Natrone Means, Humphries and Martin.
The team earned a trip back to the postseason in by capturing the AFC West division title with a 12 – 4 regular season record.
But despite the Giants ' great record, the Atlanta Braves — fueled by solid seasons from David Justice, Ron Gant, Deion Sanders and their midseason acquisition of Fred McGriff from the San Diego Padres — came back from a ten-game deficit to the Giants to win the NL West by a single game.
The Padres had led the NL West early in the season only to falter in June, but came back in July and battled the Dodgers the rest of the way.

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