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Australian International Documentary Conference: The current Conference Director is Joost den Hartog. The conference will take place in Fremantle, WA from February 20 - 22, 2008.
Reference desk/Archives/Computing/2007 April 17: 1) I want to listen to a couple of MP3s in reverse, ie, playing backward. How do I do that? I tried to find a way to do this using everyone's favourite player, VLC, but to no avail. WMP and RMP don't have such an option as well. Is there a player out there that can do so?
Ioppe (titular see): Ioppe (Joppe) is a Catholic titular see.[1] It correponds to modern Jaffa, in Israel.
Puru: The two kings Poros of Alexander's time seem to reflect the old tribal name. The modern Punjabi Khatri Puri caste traces its lineage to the Puru tribe.
Bunyip State Park: Bunyip State Park is a 166 square kilometre state park 65 km east of Melbourne, near the town of Gembrook. The area was used for logging from 1898 until 1990, and was turned into a state park two years later. The park is named after the Bunyip, an Aboriginal mythical creature.
Palm Beach Ferry: A service from King Street Wharf near Darling Harbour to Bayview Park in Concord was previously run by Palm Beach Ferries. This route proceeded via Abbotsford and Cabarita. The service is now run by Sydney Ferries as part of its Parramatta River services. b
City of Sunderland suburbs: The following 36 pages are in this category, out of 36 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
Autry Court: Autry Court is multi-purpose arena in Houston, Texas. The arena is designated "Autry Court" in memory of Mrs. James L. Autry. Her husband James Lockhart Autry was a descendant of Micajah Autry, who was a hero of the Battle of the Alamo. Her daughter, Mrs. Edward W. Kelley, made a generous donation to the gymnasium building fund in honor of her late mother, an ardent supporter of Rice.The arena opened in 1950. It is home to the Rice University Owls men's and women's basketball, volleyball, and swimming teams.
People from Shoval: This category consists of people who live or lived in Kibbutz Shoval, Israel.
Plan Totality: Plan Totality was a nuclear plan established by U.S. General Dwight D. Eisenhower on the direction of President Harry S. Truman, at the end of Yalta Conference. The signing of this plan began the Cold War.
Michael Silverstein: Silverstein's research focuses on linguistic pragmatics, linguistic anthropology, sociolinguistics, indexicality, metapragmatics, and language ideology.
Tobias Jesso: Tobias MacDonald Jesso Jr. (born July 11, 1985) is a Canadian musician and the bassist and back up vocalist of the Vancouver based band The Sessions.
Fannie Lee Chaney: Fannie Chaney died in Willingboro, New Jersey in May 2007 of undisclosed causes, aged 84.[2] Three months later, Carolyn Goodman, the mother of Andrew Goodman, who was killed with Chaney, also died.
Weather Underground (album): During an interview with Zane Lowe on BBC Radio 1, 19 December 2006, Robert Del Naja of the band stated that the album title is likely to change by the time of release.[citation needed]
Marko Cepenkov: Since his father was a traveler, Cepenkov earned the opportunity to travel. He lived in Ohrid and Struga and visited other places in the country by the time he was fifteen.
Mark D. Kingdon: Mark D. Kingdon is the CEO of Linden Lab, the privately held American company that founded and manages the Internet-based 3D Virtual World Second Life.
People from Sumner County, Tennessee: The following 2 pages are in this category, out of 2 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
Western Chiefs cricketers: The following 6 pages are in this category, out of 6 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
Spain at the 2006 Winter Paralympics: Spain participated in the ninth Winter Paralympics in Turin, Italy.
Lebanese Christian Nationalism: The Rise and Fall of an Ethnic Resistance: In this book Walid Phares examines the formation of an ethnic identity in Lebanon based on Aramaic communities and their resistance to the Arab conquests of the 7th century AD/CE.
Aaron Tippin albums: The following 9 pages are in this category, out of 9 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
Hazebrouck: During the two world wars Hazebrouck was an important military target. Many British soldiers are buried in the cemeteries around the town. In the town Museum which originally was a Chapel and a Friary of the Augustines, visitors can see the Hazebrouck's giants - Roland, Tijse-Tajse, Toria and Babe-Tajse, a collection of Flemish and French paintings and a traditional Flemish kitchen.
Captain Fortune Show: The Captain Fortune Show was a popular 1950s children's television show from Australia starring Alan Herbert that included various segments with puppets, clowns, and other entertainment. Herbert's character Captain Fortune wore a false beard (which was later phased out as Herbert grew a real beard) and "naval uniform", and spoke directly with the kids, live and without a script. At the height of the show's popularity, it aired three times during the workweek and also on Saturday mornings. The show also included segments with Uncle Monty and Roy Kinghorn, and is perhaps best remembered for the show's introductory sequence, which involved the young children running into the Captain's house unannounced and gathering around a large barrel, which contained a mannequin. The Captain would sing "Who's that kno-o-cking on the barrel?" several times, after which a puppet would pop out of the top of the barrel and the Captain would put on a puppet show for the young viewers.
Museums established in 1976: The following 7 pages are in this category, out of 7 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
Franco Sacchetti: In 1386 he was chosen ambassador to Genoa, but preferred to go as podest to Bibbiena in Casentino. In 1392 he was podestà of San Miniato, and in 1396 he held a similar office at Faenza. In 1398 he received from his fellow-citizens the post of captain of their then province of Romagna, having his residence at Portico. The date of his death is unknown; most probably it occurred about 1400, though some writers place it as late as 1410.
Georges Henri Rivière: Georges-Henri Rivière (1897–1985) was a French museologist, and innovator of modern French ethnographic museology practices.
Walter Donald Kring, PHD: I have added the author's book, Herman Melville's Religious Journey. It is indeed published by the known vanity publisher Pentland Press, NC, there is no indication that its theses were ever recognized anywhere, and for what it's worth, its Amazon sales rank is 1,504,475. Pilatus 14:00, 4 February 2006 (UTC)
Bobby Hurley: Hurley was selected by the Sacramento Kings as the 7th pick in the 1993 NBA Draft. While returning home following a game in December of his rookie season, Hurley's pickup truck was slammed into by a painter named Daniel Wieland. Hurley was not wearing a seat belt, was thrown from his truck, and suffered life-threatening injuries. He returned to the NBA for the 1994-1995 season, and played four more years beyond that. After retiring, Hurley went on to become a thoroughbred racehorse owner and breeder.[2] He was also hired as a scout by the Philadelphia 76ers in 2003, and has expressed coaching aspirations.
Anecdotal cognitivism: Anecdotal cognitivists respond to behaviorists by saying that behaviorism would have the animals 'lose their minds', and that it is clear that by observation we can know a great deal about the cognitive processes of animals, and that the debate can start here, with simple observation, and not in a controlled setting or in a lab.
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