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Years later, in 1981, he told Tex Maule in an interview for The Runner magazine, " We had thought that 3: 39 would win and I ran under that.
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Years later, Lead Me On would be chosen as the greatest Contemporary Christian album of all time by CCM Magazine.
Years later on Inside the Actor's Studio, Goldie Hawn claimed that Capp had sexually propositioned her during her auditions for the 1964 New York World's Fair.
Years later in 1890 Edward Granville Browne described how ` Abdu ' l-Bahá was " one more eloquent of speech, more ready of argument, more apt of illustration, more intimately acquainted with the sacred books of the Jews, the Christians, and the Muhammadans ... scarcely be found even amongst the eloquent.
Years later, a similar boat bridge would be constructed by Xerxes I on the Dardanelles ( Hellespont ) strait, during his invasion of Greece.
The company so far has produced two films, The Women Knight of Mirror ( 竞雄女侠秋瑾 ) and The Years of Qi Xiao Fu ( 七小福之燃情岁月 ), which will be released later this year.
Years later, he decided that this sort of experience had provided him with not only an interest in design, but also a habit of being familiar with and knowledgeable about the materials that his later projects would require.
Years later, Longshanks grants his noblemen land and privileges in Scotland, including Primae Noctis, the right of the lord to take a newly married Scottish woman into his bed on her wedding night.
Years later, in 1847, the Chilean government entrusted the young poet Eusebio Lillo with a new text that would replace the anti-Spain poem of Vera y Pintado, and after being analyzed by Andrés Bello, retained the original chorus (" Dulce patria, recibe los votos ...").
Their story was later recounted in the books Alive: The Story of the Andes Survivors and Miracle in the Andes as well as the film Alive, by Frank Marshall, and the documentaries Alive: 20 Years Later ( 1993 ) and Stranded: I've Come from a Plane that Crashed in the Mountains ( 2008 ).
Years later Elsie looked at a photograph of herself and Frances taken with Hodson and said: " Look at that, fed up with fairies!
These were later re-issued as trade paperbacks in the late 1990s once again under the title Captain America: The Classic Years featuring new cover art by Kevin Maguire re-creating classic covers.
Years later, Dada artists described the movement as " a phenomenon bursting forth in the midst of the postwar economic and moral crisis, a savior, a monster, which would lay waste to everything in its path ... was a systematic work of destruction and demoralization ...
Years later, Kraftwerk would become a significant influence on hip-hop artists such as Afrika Bambaataa and house music pioneer Frankie Knuckles.
Years later, as his fame grew, his non-Disney work was published by the Norwegian publisher Gazette Bok in 2001, in the two hard-cover " Don Rosa Archives " volumes, The Pertwillaby Papers and The Adventures of Captain Kentucky.
Years later, Fawcett ironically sold the rights for Captain Marvel to DC — which in 1973 revived Captain Marvel in the new title Shazam!
Years later, Satie related that Mathias, with great insistence, told him that his real talent lay in composing.
By the later stages of the Eighty Years War the Dutch had switched entirely from the heavier ships still used by the English and Spanish to the lighter frigates, carrying around 40 guns and weighing around 300 tons.
Years and 1981
* 25 Years of the English Stage Company at the Royal Court, Richard Findlater ( ed ) Amber Lane Press 1981.
Late that year they were replaced by such successful new shows as the Crawfords Produced Cop Shop ( 1977 – 1984 ) on Channel Seven, which was a meld of soap opera and police drama, and The Restless Years ( 1977 – 1981 ) on Channel Ten, which was another teen soap produced by the Reg Grundy Organisation.
Pitt and Popularity: The Patriot Minister and London Opinion During the Seven Years ' War ( 1981 ) 309pp
Years later, Leah Rosenberg, Richler's mother, published an autobiography, The Errand Runner: Memoirs of a Rabbi's Daughter ( 1981 ), which discusses Mordecai's birth and upbringing, and the sometime difficult relationship between them.
Macmillan appears as a supporting character, played by Ian Collier, in the 1981 miniseries Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years produced by Southern Television for ITV.
Years later, Barris published a history of the program ( titled Front Page Challenge: The 25th Anniversary, CBC Books, 1981 ).
Years of legal maneuvering ensued until a arrest warrant for Touvier was issued on November 27, 1981.
* 1905 ( French ) La Jeunesse ( black and white 1981, colour 1985 ); published in Italian as La giovinezza ( colour 1983 ); in English as The Early Years
In the spring of 1981, Wyman's career enjoyed a resurgence when she was cast as the scheming Californian vintner and matriarch Angela Channing in The Vintage Years, which was retooled as the primetime soap opera Falcon Crest.
Monty: The Making of a General: 1887-1942 ( 1981 ); Master of the Battlefield: Monty's War Years 1942-1944 ( 1984 ); Monty: The Field-Marshal 1944 – 1976 ( 1986 ).
His work was included in numerous group exhibitions including Involving Technical Materials and Processes, organized by Experiments in Art and Technology, in collaboration with the Brooklyn Museum, Brookly, NY and The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY ( 1968 ); New Learning Spaces & Places, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN ( 1974 ); Whitney Biennial Exhibition, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY ( 1975, 1977, 1981, 1983, 1985, 1987, 1989, 1991 ); Documenta 6, Kassel, Germany, ( 1977 ); Venice Biennale, US Pavilion, Venice, Italy, ( 1980 ); Sydney Biennale, Sydney, Australia, ( 1982 ); II Bienal de La Habana, Havana, Cuba, ( 1986 ); The Thinking Eye, International Center for Photography, New York, NY, ( 1987 ); Passages de l ’ image, Musée national d ' Art moderne-Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France, ( 1990 ); Video Art: The First 25 Years, The Museum of Modern Art, and The American Federation of Arts, New York, NY, ( 1995 ); Info Art ’ 95, Kwangu Biennial, Gwangju, Korea, ( 1995 ); Electronic Highways, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY, ( 1997 ); and Rational / Irrational, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, Germany, ( 2008-2009 ).
In late 1981 Germany-based Caribbean disco band Boney M. released a Stars on 45 type medley under the title " 6 Years of Boney M. Hits-Boney M. on 45 " featuring some twenty of their best-known recordings.
A special programme, 20 Years Of Westward, was broadcast on 21 December 1981 to look back on the company's achievements.
* Shin Taketori Monogatari: Sen Nen Jo Ou ( The Queen of a Thousand Years ; “ Queen Millennia ”) ( 1981 – 1982 )
A pilot episode for the series entitled The Vintage Years was filmed in the spring of 1981 but never aired, and featured a number of significant differences from the series that would air in December.
He continued this criticism with his 1981 book Canadian Bolsheviks: The Early Years of the Communist Party of Canada, which analyzed the formation and rise of the party, but felt that Tim Buck had betrayed it by promoting himself and a strongly pro-Soviet line.
He had many books published, including: Of Period and Place, a book of poetry ( 1944 ); Indian Summer ( 1946 ); Concerning Cricket ( 1949 ); Maurice Tate ( 1951 ); Test Match Diary ( 1953 ); Vintage Summer ( 1967 ); Fred-Portrait of a Fast Bowler ( 1971 ); A Hundred Years of County Cricket ( 1973 ); John Arlott's book of cricketers ( 1979 ); Jack Hobbs: Profile of the Master ( 1981 ) and Basingstoke Boy: The Autobiography ( 1989 ).
Russell authored two autobiographies, Victory in My Hands ( 1949 ) and The Best Years of My Life ( 1981 ).
Lemay's 1981 memoir, Eight Years In Another World, indicates that the same-sex story centered around Michael Randolph ( Lionel Johnston ), son of Pat Matthews Randolph ( Beverly Penberthy ) and John Randolph ( Michael M. Ryan ).
He was well known for his role in film Sunday Too Far Away, his ongoing role in the Australian TV series The Restless Years in 1980 and 1981, and his lead role opposite a young Nicole Kidman in Bush Christmas.
Although the album peaked at only # 151 in the US, and became their first since 1964 to miss the UK chart completely, " Come Go With Me " would become a top 20 hit in late 1981 when it was released as a single from the Ten Years of Harmony compilation.