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- Few gunmen in history have been as notorious as the late John Doc Holliday. Part of the reason Doc has enjoyed such a famedhistory is because of the overall descent man he was, that is when hewasn t gambling, drinking, and gunslinging. When Doc died he mighthave had a handkerchief, a pocket knife, a deck of poker cards, a flaskhalf full of whiskey, and a small essay entitled My Friend DocHolliday by Wyatt Earp.
- On December tenth 1948 in the Palis de Chaillot in Paris, the United Nation’s General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The document is made up of thirty articles which deal with a series of basic human rights and duties. It follows the premise that
- The story of John Henry Doc Holliday is somewhat different from what most people think. He served no government. He wasn t the victim of social oppression. He was not one who you would want to be your enemy. He was on of the coolest killers ever to snatch a gun from hiding.
- Equally amazing is that DEC has managed to stay intact, as well as successful, for four decades. In 1957, Ken Olsen and Harlan Anderson were engineers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Lincoln Laboratory.
- What do you think of when I say this for a band name, Dog Fashion Disco? You never heard of them, have you? There a Five piece band from Washington DC, who are signed with Spitfire Records. Their lineup consists of Jeff Siegel/keyboards, Stephen Mears/bass, Tod Smith/vocals/guitar, John Ensminger/drums, and Greg Combs/guitar.
- I was taught to eat using my right hand and to hold the spoon and fork with my right hand. I did not understand what difference it made but I did as I was told to. I grew old enough to start using silverware and soon the rules changed and I was to use a knife on my right hand a fork on my left.
- For the past five years my dream has been to own a male Saint Bernard pup out of my old Saint Bernards, Samson and Delilah. Patty, the woman that owns my old companions called and informed me that Delilah was pregnant and was expected to deliver within the next week.
- A character can be foremost defined by their appearance. The costume for Anita in Dog Logic defined several aspects of that character. The actual appearance of her immediately told me she was old. She had her hair in a bun, wrinkles, and she wore her outfit the way an old person would wear their clothing.
- The speaker says that the piper’s “unheard” melody’s are sweeter than mortal melodies, because they are unaffected by time.
- One could argue that there are two distinct perspectives with regard to the British constitution, the false impression that no such provision exists, and the factual awareness that indeed it does. The French political theorist Alexis de Tocqueville famously termed the notion of a British constitution as “non existent”, personifying typically British consensus today.
- He was also, in the lexicon favored by nineteenth-century writers, a despot, a ruler whose authority was unchecked and arbitrary, his decisions ratified by no one, his choices subject to no identifiable norms or criteria.
- The Black Sparrow Press brought out Holocaust in 1975. From "Charles: A Memoir." In Charles Reznikoff: Man and Poet. Ed. Milton Hindus. Copyright ? 1984 by the National Poetry Foundation.
- Marx was educated from 1830 to 1835 at the high school in Trier.
- On the Waterfront is a classic, award-winning and controversial film. It received eight academy-awards in 1954, including best-picture and director. The director, Eliza Kazan, in collaboration with Budd Schulberg wrote the film’s screenplay. Based on actual dockside events in Hoboken, New Jersey, On the Waterfront is a story of a dock worker who tried to overthrow a corrupt union.
- In the face of death, and even more of a possible spiritual life beyond death, one’s concern with a few earthly belongings is but a triviality, and indeed a distraction from a momentous issue.
- In the big city of Melbourne, Australia, material goods have become scarce. There are no cars, and very little of the luxuries that there once were. It takes hours to get simple necessities such as milk. All this is because of the nuclear war in the Northern Hemisphere.
- It goes back to a statement by Aim? Cesaire: essentially, he says that we are a composite of all our experiences – love, hatred, understanding, misunderstaqnding – and consequently we rise out of those things like – to use a clich? – a phoenix.
- On August 14, 1851 in Griffin, Georgia, John Henry Holliday was born to Henry Burroughs and Alice Jane Holliday. Their first child, Martha Eleanora, had died on June 12, 1850 at six months of age. When he married Alice Jane McKay on January 8, 1849, Henry Burroughs was a druggist by trade and, later became a wealthy planter, lawyer, and during the War between the States, a Confederate Major.
- even in those poems in which the defects do not intrude momentarily in a crudely obvious form, one is likely to feel a fine trace of her countrified eccentricity; there is nearly always a margin of ambiguity in our final estimate of even her most extraordinary work, and though the margin may appear to diminish or disappear in a given reading of a favorite poem, one feels no certainty that it will not reappear more obviously with the next reading.
- On November 22nd, 1963 America lost its innocence. It also perhaps lost its trust, trust in the American Government. In a gallop pole in 1960, 89% of the American population trusted the government. Since then it has dropped to less than to . That means that since the early 1960 s over 70% of the population lost its trust in the Federal Government.