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  • Baby Mammoth - Chicken Chiefly
  • KOFXI combo - All 47 Characters rev.2 KOFXI combo archive rev.2 (chiefly RYO SAKAZAKI)
  • Leading Change 08: Oct 2 Keynote "Chiefly Leadership" Pt 2 of 5 Leading Change 2008: Blending Indigenous and Western Planning Tools Conference held in Anchorage, Alaska from Oct 1 - 3, 2008. October 2, 2008 9 am General Session Keynote Address: "Chiefly Leadership" by Tom Kaulukukui, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Queen Liliuokalani Trust, Honolulu, Hawai'i. This is Part 2 of 5.
  • Psalm 12:7-why the KJB is the correct translation This is in response to the video of 'Moderate Calvinist' who claimed the KJB was incorrect in its translation of Psa.12:7 when in fact, it was correct. The link to the article explaining this is below av1611.com The suffix gains still more strength, when instead of the union-vowels there is inserted between it and the verb a union-syllable n-, which, when the syllable has the tone, becomes n- (commonly called Nûn epenthetic or Nûn demonstrative), which, however, occurs only in the Imperfect and chiefly in pause, eg yebarkenehu he will bless him (Ps. 72,15)... This Nûn is, however, for the most part incorporated with the suffixes, and hence we get a new series of forms ... Rem. The uncontracted forms with Nûn written distincly are rare and only poetic (Ex. 15,2) Deut. 32,10, Jer. 5,22,, 22,24) and do not occur at all in 3 fem. sing. and 1 plur. The contracted forms (with the Nûn assimilated) are rahter frequent also in prose, especially in pause (very seldom -nu as first pers. pl. Hosea 12, 5) This Nûn is of a demonstrative nature, and gives more emphasis to the word, and is therefore chiefly found in pause. But it occurs also in the union of the suffixes with certain particles."1 1 Gesenius, Gesenius' Hebrew Grammar, London: Asher & Co., 1903, p. 146.
  • The History of Slavery In America (part 1 of 3) Slavery in the United States began soon after English colonists first settled Virginia in 1607 and lasted as a legal institution until the passage of the Thir***th Amendment to the United States Constitution in 1865. It continues illegally to this day. Before the widespread establishment of chattel slavery, much labor was organized under a system of bonded labor known as indentured servitude. This typically lasted for several years for white and black alike, and it was a means of using labor to pay the costs of transporting people to the colonies. By the 18th century, court rulings established the racial basis of the American incarnation of slavery to apply chiefly to Black Africans and people of African descent, and occasionally to Native Americans. A 1705 Virginia law stated slavery would apply to those peoples from nations that were not Christian. In part because of the success of tobacco as a cash crop in the Southern colonies, its labor-intensive character caused planters to import more slaves for labor by the end of the 17th century than did the northern colonies. The South had a significantly higher number and proportion of slaves in the population. Religious differences contributed to this geographic disparity as well. From 1654 until 1865, slavery for life was legal within the boundaries of much of the present United States. Most slaves were black and were held by whites, although some Native Americans and free blacks also held slaves; there were a small number ...
  • Tower of London Royal Home Imprisonment Execution Place Residence Palace Fort Castle by BK Tower of London - The Tower overlooks the river at the eastern boundary of the old city walls. Chiefly famous as a place of imprisonment and execution, it has variously been used as a royal residence, an armory, a mint, a menagerie, an observatory and - a function it still serves - a safe-deposit box for the Crown Jewels. BKBAZHE is a writer, poet, and artist. He is the author of DAMAGES (creative nonfiction) —Winner in the Writers Digest Awards and IDENTITIES (poetry). He is published and exhibited in Europe and America. More info at BK Bazhe Website: Amazon Books & Art by BK Bazhe YouTube Videos by BK Bazhe: Google Blog by BK Bazhe:
  • Harper Is A Human? At least we think he is...
  • Basehead "Not Over You" The group chiefly comprises mainman Michael Ivey (b. 5 February 1968, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA; vocals, guitar, writer, producer), who is joined (originally for touring purposes only) by DJ Unique (b. Paul Howard), guitarist Keith Lofton (b. 9 May 1967, Washington, USA), drummer Brian Hendrix (b. 29 July 1968, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA) and bass player Bill Conway (b. 29 November 1967, Washington, USA). A student of film at Howard University, Ivey recorded Basehead's debut album, Play With Toys (1992, 1992 in music), on his basic home set-up with minimal help from Hendrix and Howard. Originally released by the small independent concern Emigre in 1991, the album became a critical success, garnering attention in both the USA and Europe, and subsequently became a college radio hit.
  • Excerpt-Ravens and Eagles Season 1 -- Episode 9: Chiefly Possessions Throughout human history collecting art has been synonymous with the accumulation of wealth. In the early 20th century, the parliament of Canada outlawed the potlatch, and in doing so interrupted a system of life that involved the redistribution of wealth by chiefs, and the art and artifacts that supported this system. Today those laws have been repealed and the proof of that is evidenced by the 1998 potlatch of 7Idansuu, known as Jim Hart by his English name. Besides the name of his ancestor, Jim inherited many other possessions including heraldic crests with which to adorn his home and regalia. He recalls the event two years later and offers a glimpse of the tradition during a visit to his ancestral home in Kiusta.
  • Nas speaks on the making of "If I Ruled the World" www.blacktree.tv Nas traded manager MC Serch for Steve Stoute, and began preparation for his second LP, It Was Written, consciously working towards a crossover-oriented sound. It Was Written, chiefly produced by Tone and Poke of Trackmasters, was released during the summer of 1996. Two singles, "If I Ruled the World (Imagine That)" (featuring Lauryn Hill of The Fugees) and "Street Dreams", including a remix with R. Kelly were instant hits. These songs were promoted by big-budget music videos directed by Hype Williams, making Nas a common name among mainstream hip-hop. It Was Written featured the debut of The Firm, a super group consisting of Nas, AZ, Foxy Brown, and Cormega. The album also expanded on Nas' Escobar persona, who lived more of a Scarface lifestyle. On the other hand, Illmatic, which, while having numerous references to Scarface protagonist Tony Montana, was more about his life as a ***ager in the projects.[2] Signed to Dr. Dre's Aftermath Entertainment label, The Firm began working on their debut album. Halfway through the production of the album, Cormega was fired from the group by Steve Stoute, who had unsuccessfully attempted to force Cormega to sign a deal with his management company. In addition to the firing of Cormega, Alex Trojano was featured as a start up producer in The Firm. Cormega subsequently became one of Nas' most vocal opponents and released a number of underground hip hop singles "dissing" Nas, Stoute, and Nature, who replaced Cormega as ...
  • Madagascan deals fail to reach the poor - 23 Nov 08 Mark Ravalomanana, the president of Madagascar, came to power six years ago on the promise that he would cut poverty by 50 per cent by opening the country up to the free market. But most Malagsy still live on less than $1 a day and many of the poor are getting poorer. In the first of three reports, Al Jazeera's Jane Dutton talks to the Malagsy who say the president's business mind is costing them dearly.
  • brazilian slum A favela is fundamentally different from a slum or tenement, primarily in terms of its origin and location. While slum quarters in other Latin American countries generally form when poorer residents from the countryside come to larger cities in search of work, and while this also occurs to some extent with favelas, the latter are unique in that they were chiefly created as large populations became displaced. Many favelas now have electricity, a situation that 20 years ago was unheard of. Favelas differ from ghettos such as those in the United States in that they are racially mixed, even though blacks make up the majority of the population - that is, in Brazil it is chiefly economic forces, rather than ethnic or cultural issues, that drive people there.
  • The Woman - Hank Ballard & The Midnighters (as The Royals) 1953.wmv Hank Ballard is chiefly remembered for recording a trilogy of risque R&B numbers: Work With Me, Annie, Annie Had a Baby and Annies Aunt Fannie. Yet Ballards contribution to rock and roll goes much deeper than that. With the grinding guitars, distorted sound and fervid call-and-response of those and many other recordings made for the King and Federal labels, Ballard helped define the sound of rock and roll. He also ushered forth one of its greatest dance crazes, having written and first recorded The Twist. By the early 1960s, hed charted 22 singles on the R&B charts, including Work With Me, Annie, which was the biggest R&B hit of 1954. It sold more than a million copies and spawned more than 20 answer records (including Etta James Roll with Me Henry). The Detroit-born Ballard was working on a Ford Motor Company assembly line when he joined the Royals, a local singing group. In a short time they moved from the smooth delivery of sentimental material to a more lascivious and bluesy approach, as evidenced by their earliest hits, Get It and Work With Me, Annie. The Royals followed Annie with ***y Ways, by which time theyd changed their name to the Midnighters in order to avoid confusion with the 5 Royales. Ballard wrote and recorded The Twist with the Midnighters in 1958, but their record label relegated it to a B side, leaving it to Chubby Checker to take The Twist to Number One not once but two times, in 1960 and 1962. Hank Ballard and Midnighters continued to record deep ...
  • Porpora - Cello Concerto in G Major - Mov. 1&2/4 NICOLA PORPORA (1686 - 1768) Concerto for cello, strings, and basso continuo in G major 1. Adagio 2. Allegro Performed by l'Ensemble 415 Featuring Gaetano Nasillo, cello Directed by Chiara Banchini *Nicola (Antonio) Porpora (or Niccolò Porpora) was an Italian composer of operas and teacher of singing, whose most famous singing student was the castrato Farinelli. Porpora was born in Naples. He graduated from the music conservatory Poveri di Gesù Cristo of his native city, where the civic opera scene was dominated by Alessandro Scarlatti. Porpora's first opera, Agrippina, was successfully performed at the Neapolitan court in 1708. His second, Berenice, was performed at Rome. In a long career, he followed these up by many further operas, supported as maestro di cappella in the households of aristocratic patrons, such as the commander of military forces at Naples, the prince of Hesse-Darmstadt, or of the Portuguese ambassador at Rome, for composing operas alone did not yet make a viable career. However, his enduring fame rests chiefly upon his unequalled power of teaching singing. At the Neapolitan Conservatorio di Sant'Onofrio and with the Poveri di Gesù Cristo he trained Farinelli, Caffarelli, Salimbeni, and other celebrated vocalists, during the period 1715-1721. In 1720 and 1721 he wrote two serenades to librettos by a gifted young poet, Metastasio, the beginning of a long, though interrupted, collaboration. In 1722 his operatic successes encouraged him to lay down his ...
  • Henry VIII - King of Tunes (audio slideshow) King Henry the VIII is chiefly associated with gluttony, lechery and murder. Surprisingly, it turns out he was also a deeply sensitive soul, who liked to express himself by penning his own musical compositions. Even more surprisingly, he was rather good at it. Love, longing, desire and passion; this is Henry as you've never heard him before. In this audio slideshow you can hear a selection of this stunning early music, sung by the group Alamire, to mark the 500th anniversary of Henry's coronation. Reporter Fred Dove spoke to David Skinner, Alamire's director and Director of Music at Sidney Sus*** College, University of Cambridge, about Henry's juicy musical legacy.
  • Rafi & Lata - Jo Wada Kiya - Taj Mahal [1963] "Taj Mahal" [1963] is and Indian Hindi film directed by M. Sadiq. Starring Bina Rai and Pradeep Kumar. Music is by Roshan... Mohammed Rafi (December 24, 1924 -- July 31, 1980) was an Indian playback singer. He has sung in many Indian languages, including Hindi, Urdu,Punjabi, Marathi and Telugu, but he is chiefly remembered for his songs from Hindi cinema (also known as Bollywood). His songs are widely popular in the Indian subcontinent. Along with Mukesh and Kishore Kumar, he was one of the three leading male Bollywood playback singers from the 1950s to the 1970s..... Government Awards; * 1948 - Rafi received a silver medal from the Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, on the first anniversary of the Indian Independence Day. * 1965 - he was honoured with the Padmashri by the Government of India. National Film Awards; * 1968 - National Award for Best Male Playback Singer for Neel Kamal composed by Ravi. * 1977 - National Film Award for Best Male Playback Singer for Kya Hua Tera Wada song in the film Hum Kisi Se Kum Nahin), composed by RD Burman, lyrics by Majrooh Sultanpuri. Filmfare Awards; * 1960 - Filmfare Best Male Playback Award for Chaudhvin Ka Chand Ho song in the film Chaudhvin Ka Chand * 1961 - Filmfare Best Male Playback Award for Teri Pyaari Pyaari Surat Ko song in the film Sasural * 1964 - Filmfare Best Male Playback Award for Chahunga Mein Tujhe song in the film Dosti * 1966 - Filmfare Best Male Playback Award for Baharon Phool Barsao song in the film Suraj ...
  • BF 109 robinhood.wq2 The Messerschmitt Bf 109 was a World War II fighter aircraft designed by Willy Messerschmitt in the early 1930s. It was one of the first true modern fighters of the era, including such features as an all-metal monocoque construction, a closed canopy, and retractable landing gear. The Bf 109 was the standard fighter of the Luftwaffe for the duration of WWII, although it began to be partially replaced by the Focke-Wulf Fw 190 from 1942. The Bf 109 scored more aircraft kills in World War Two than any other aircraft. At various times it served as an air superiority fighter, an escort fighter, an interceptor, a ground-attack aircraft and a reconnaissance aircraft. The Bf 109 was produced in greater quantities than any other fighter aircraft in history, with over 31000 units built. Although the Bf 109 had weaknesses, including a short range of early variants around 400 miles (640 km) on internal fuel as drop tanks were not standardized until the E-7 model appearing in mid-1940, and a sometimes difficult to handle narrow, outward-retracting undercarriage, it stayed competitive with Allied fighter aircraft until the end of the war. The Bf 109 was flown by the three top scoring fighter aces of World War II Erich Hartmann, the top scoring fighter ace of all time with 352 victories, Gerhard Barkhorn with 301 victories, and Günther Rall with 275 victories. All of them flew with the Jagdgeschwader 52, chiefly on the Eastern front, a unit ...
  • Hiva Siasi Tonga 2 Himi 472 of the Church of Tonga, dedicated to those who have passed. This hymn is not necessarily a funeral hymn but this fasi is usally associated with funerals...at least to my knowledge. *all of the pictures were taken in Tonga*
  • Criminal Rothschilds 'The answer to the Kennedy assassination is with the Federal Reserve Bank. Don't underestimate that. It's wrong to blame it on (CIA official James) Angleton and the CIA per se only. This is only one finger of the same hand. The people who supply the money are above the CIA.' - wife of accused assassin Lee Harvey Oswald, told to author AJ Weberman I am one of those who do not believe the national debt is a national blessing... it is calculated to raise around the administration a moneyed aristocracy dangerous to the liberties of the country . Andrew Jackson, Letter to LH Coleman of Warrenton, NC, 29 April 1824 Since I entered politics, I have chiefly had men's views confided to me privately. Some of the biggest men in the United States, in the field of commerce and manufacture are afraid of somebody, are afraid of something. They know that there is a power somewhere so organized, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive, that they better not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it. Woodrow Wilson, The New Freedom (1913), Doubleday "The Rothschilds introduced the rule of money into European politics. The Rothschilds were the servants of money who undertook the reconstruction of the world as an image of money and its functions. Money and the employment of wealth have become the law of European life; we no longer have nations, but economic provinces." (New York Times, Professor Wilheim, a German historian, July 8, 1937). "If you ...
  • CIA Archives: Man in the Twentieth Century - Part 1 (1950) 1950 Watch the full film: The 20th century of the Common Era began on January 1, 1901 and ended on December 31, 2000. According to the Gregorian calendar, 2000 was the first century leap year since 1600. The British, Russian, German, Ottoman, and Austro-Hungarian empires dissolved in the first half of the century, with all but the British Empire collapsing during the course of World War I. The inter-war years saw a Great Depression cause a massive disruption to the world economy. Shortly afterwards, World War II broke out, pitting the Allied powers (chiefly the Soviet Union, the United Kingdom, and the United States) against the Axis powers (chiefly *** Germany, the Empire of Japan, and Italy) which eventually resulted in a total victory for the Allies, but at the cost of over 60 million lives and complete devastation of many nations. As a means of preventing future world wars, the United Nations was formed; however, competition between the two new superpowers, the Soviet Union and the United States resulted in the Cold War which would dominate geopolitical life for the next forty-five years. The Soviet Union collapsed internally in 1991, resulting in the United States taking on sole superpower status, although by the end of the century China, India, and the European Union had greatly increased their influence. The century saw a major shift in the way that vast numbers of people lived, as a result of changes in politics ...
  • Tower of London Royal Prison Residence Execution Crown Jewels Deposit UK by BK The Tower of London - The Tower of London overlooks the river at the eastern boundary of the old city walls. Chiefly famous as a place of imprisonment and execution, it has variously been used as a royal residence, an armory, a mint, a menagerie, an observatory and - a function it still serves - a safe-deposit box for the Crown Jewels. Composer & performer of the song "Together" is Juan Loren Zerimar Lyrics by Enez "Nez" Johnson BKBAZHE is a writer, poet, and artist. He is the author of DAMAGES (creative nonfiction) —Winner in the Writers Digest Awards and IDENTITIES (poetry). He is published and exhibited in Europe and America. More info at: BK Bazhe Website: Amazon Books & Art by BK Bazhe YouTube Videos by BK Bazhe: Google Blog by BK Bazhe:
  • PRO SKIMBOARDING....."don'TT sweat it kidd."- gary someone.(flimed by geoffrey huggins)) corey ryan, "noTT sweating"- FLIMED BY GEOFFREY HUGGINS Perspiration (also called sweating or sometimes transpiration) is the production of a fluid, consisting primarily of water as well as various dissolved solids (chiefly chlorides), that is excreted by the sweat glands in the skin of mammals.[1] Sweat contains the chemicals or odorants 2-methylphenol (o-cresol) and 4-methylphenol (p-cresol), as well as a small amount of urea. In humans, sweating is primarily a means of thermoregulation, although it has been proposed that components of male sweat can act as pheromonal cues [2]. Evaporation of sweat from the skin surface has a cooling effect due to the latent heat of evaporation of water. Hence, in hot weather, or when the individual's muscles heat up due to exertion, more sweat is produced. Sweating is increased by nervousness and nausea and decreased by cold. Animals with few sweat glands, such as dogs, accomplish similar temperature regulation results by panting, which evaporates water from the moist lining of the oral cavity and pharynx. Primates and horses have armpits that sweat similarly to those of humans. "Do not upload any TV shows." thank you ROUSH,......................... for the HAND- MADE SKIMBOARD? "I DON'T THINK THEY WORK" "OVER SEA PRODUKTIONS" BLAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH BLAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH BLAH!
  • Rafi & Lata - Paon Chhoo Lene Do - Taj Mahal [1963] "Taj Mahal" [1963] is and Indian Hindi film directed by M. Sadiq. Starring Bina Rai and Pradeep Kumar. Music is by Roshan... Mohammed Rafi (December 24, 1924 -- July 31, 1980) was an Indian playback singer. He has sung in many Indian languages, including Hindi, Urdu,Punjabi, Marathi and Telugu, but he is chiefly remembered for his songs from Hindi cinema (also known as Bollywood). His songs are widely popular in the Indian subcontinent. Along with Mukesh and Kishore Kumar, he was one of the three leading male Bollywood playback singers from the 1950s to the 1970s..... Government Awards; * 1948 - Rafi received a silver medal from the Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, on the first anniversary of the Indian Independence Day. * 1965 - he was honoured with the Padmashri by the Government of India. National Film Awards; * 1968 - National Award for Best Male Playback Singer for Neel Kamal composed by Ravi. * 1977 - National Film Award for Best Male Playback Singer for Kya Hua Tera Wada song in the film Hum Kisi Se Kum Nahin), composed by RD Burman, lyrics by Majrooh Sultanpuri. Filmfare Awards; * 1960 - Filmfare Best Male Playback Award for Chaudhvin Ka Chand Ho song in the film Chaudhvin Ka Chand * 1961 - Filmfare Best Male Playback Award for Teri Pyaari Pyaari Surat Ko song in the film Sasural * 1964 - Filmfare Best Male Playback Award for Chahunga Mein Tujhe song in the film Dosti * 1966 - Filmfare Best Male Playback Award for Baharon Phool Barsao song in the film Suraj ...
  • Tower Of London Prison Execution Artillery Fort Walls Tudor Royal Mint by BK Around Tower Of London, - The Tower Of London Is chiefly famous as a place of imprisonment and execution, and its fortifications lagged behind developments to deal with artillery. The zenith of the castle's use as a prison came in the 16th and 17th centuries, when many political or religious figures, such as the Princes in the Tower and the future Queen Elizabeth I, were held within its walls. BKBAZHE is a writer, poet, and artist. He is the author of DAMAGES (creative nonfiction) —Winner in the Writers Digest Awards and IDENTITIES (poetry). He is published and exhibited in Europe and America. More info at BK Bazhe Website: Amazon Books & Art by BK Bazhe YouTube Videos by BK Bazhe: Google Blog by BK Bazhe:
  • Ettore Stratta & The Royal Philharmonic The Island Chiefly during the 1990s, conductor/producer Ettore Stratta built a recording career out of recasting various brands of popular music in symphonic-style orchestral arrangements. Sometimes that meant dabbling in Latin American music (as with Symphonic Boleros, Symphonic Tango, and Symphonic Bossa Nova) and sometimes that meant choosing compatible standards from the jazz and pop worlds to create records with consistent moods (as with A Sentimental Journey and 2000's As Time Goes By: Great Love Songs of the 20th Century). He's also done more specific collections, including a tribute to sci-fi film soundtracks (Music From the Galaxies) and, oddly enough, to Elvis Presley (Symphonic Elvis, recorded -- of course -- with the Memphis Symphony Orchestra). Stratta has recorded with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the London Symphony Orchestra, and the Fantasy Strings, among other groups, and showed no signs of slowing down following the turn of the millennium. ~
  • Spartan Women Only Spartan women give birth to real men!
  • WATCH Bernie Sanders Filibuster A Hit For C SPAN (VIDEO) Visit to watch the video free, you can see Bernie Sanders Filibuster A Hit For C SPAN (VIDEO) Bernie Sanders Filibuster A Hit For C SPAN (VIDEO) Sensing an opportunity C SPAN2 the Senate oriented sister channel to C SPAN which chiefly covers the House of Representatives promoted the event on its Web site and Twitter accoun
  • The White Rabbit Manifesto (FULL -Chapters Prelude - 8) The White Rabbit Manifesto Word Origin & History. White ~ OE hwit, from P.Gmc. *khwitaz (cf. OS, O.Fris. hwit, ON hvitr, Du. wit, OHG hwiz, Ger. weiß, Goth. hveits), from PIE *kwintos/*kwindos "bright" (cf. Skt. svetah "white;" OCS sviteti "to shine," svetu "light;" Lith. sviesti "to shine," svaityti "to brighten"). As a surname, originally with reference to fair hair or complexion, it is one of the oldest in Eng., being well-established before the Conquest. Meaning "morally pure" was in OE Association with royalist causes is late 18c. Slang sense of "honorable, fair" is 1877, Amer.Eng. The racial sense (adj.) of "of those races (chiefly European or of European extraction) characterized by light complexion" is first recorded 1604. rabbit ~ late 14c., "young of the coney," from Fr. dialect (cf. Walloon robète), dim. of Flem. or M.Du. robbe "rabbit," of unknown origin. The adult was a coney (qv) until 18c. A runner in a distance race whose goal is chiefly to set a fast pace, either to exhaust a particular rival so that a teammate can win or to help another entrant break a record; pacesetter. manifesto ~ originally "proof," from L. manifestus/Italian, from Latin manifestus, clear, evident. "The Willingness to Believe Anything"... The worst part of the loss of faith is not that people stop believing, but that they become willing to believe everything. In other words: they become willing to fill the vacuum of their unbelief with all kinds of foolishness. A remark from a work ...
  • The History of Slavery In America (part 2 or 3) Slavery in the United States began soon after English colonists first settled Virginia in 1607 and lasted as a legal institution until the passage of the Thir***th Amendment to the United States Constitution in 1865. It continues illegally to this day. Before the widespread establishment of chattel slavery, much labor was organized under a system of bonded labor known as indentured servitude. This typically lasted for several years for white and black alike, and it was a means of using labor to pay the costs of transporting people to the colonies. By the 18th century, court rulings established the racial basis of the American incarnation of slavery to apply chiefly to Black Africans and people of African descent, and occasionally to Native Americans. A 1705 Virginia law stated slavery would apply to those peoples from nations that were not Christian. In part because of the success of tobacco as a cash crop in the Southern colonies, its labor-intensive character caused planters to import more slaves for labor by the end of the 17th century than did the northern colonies. The South had a significantly higher number and proportion of slaves in the population. Religious differences contributed to this geographic disparity as well. From 1654 until 1865, slavery for life was legal within the boundaries of much of the present United States. Most slaves were black and were held by whites, although some Native Americans and free blacks also held slaves; there were a small number ...
  • ♪♫ You've Got To Hide Your Love Away -- The Beatles (Acoustic Guitar Cover) "You've Got to Hide Your Love Away" is a song by The Beatles. It was written and sung by John Lennon (credited to Lennon/McCartney) and released on the album Help! in August 1965. The song shows the influence of the American singer Bob Dylan. The song "is just basically John doing Dylan", McCartney later said.[1] Lennon seems to mimic Dylan's gruff vocal style: the song is in a folkish strophic form and uses a Dylanesque acoustic guitar figure in compound time, chiefly acoustic accompaniment, no backing voices and light percussion from brushed snare, tambourine and maraca. The lyrics of Dylan's 1964 song "I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Have Never Met)" open with a strikingly similar image: "I can't understand, she let go of my hand, and left me here facing the wall", as compared with Lennon's "Here I stand head in hand, turn my face to the wall".The song shows the influence of the American singer Bob Dylan. The song "is just basically John doing Dylan", McCartney later said. Lennon seems to mimic Dylan's gruff vocal style: the song is in a folkish strophic form and uses a Dylanesque acoustic guitar figure in compound time, chiefly acoustic accompaniment, no backing voices and light percussion from brushed snare, tambourine and maraca. The lyrics of Dylan's 1964 song "I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Have Never Met)" open with a strikingly similar image: "I can't understand, she let go of my hand, and left me here facing the wall", as compared with Lennon's ...
  • Commonwealth Huge 1890s to 1980s Stamp Collection A very large, chiefly mint (guess 20% fine used, the rest very fine mint & never hinged mint) collection of stamps & miniature sheets including many complete sets, arranged in seven large battered binders packed with printed or blank pages containing many stamps. Runs from Abu Dhabi, Aden & states, Aitutaki, Ajman, Anguilla, Antigua, Ascension, Australia, Australian Antarctic Territory, Bahamas, Bahrain, etc - through to South Africa, Transkei, Trinidad and Tobago, Tristan da Cunha, Turks and Caicos, Tuvalu, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Zululand PLUS SO MUCH MORE. Plenty of stamps from the 19th Century but most in the 1930's to late 1980's periods including many complete mint sets with long definitive issues. Almost every colony is well- represented and although we see nothing rare we see strong colourful collections with better sets at almost every turn! Clean and attractive collection, requires some tidying up (including remounting the loose stamps) but condition is generally very fine. Highly recommended (approx 25000 stamps)
  • The Most Evil Women In History - Bloody Mary Tudor (part1/3) Mary was the only child of Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon to live past infancy. Crowned after the death of Edward VI and the removal of The Nine Days Queen-Lady Jane Grey, Mary is chiefly remembered for temporarily and violently returning England to Catholicism. Many prominent Protestants were executed for their beliefs leading to the moniker Bloody Mary. Fearing the gallows a further 800 Protestants left the country, unable to return until her death.
  • Rafi & Lata - Rim Jhim Ke Geet Sawan - Anjaana [1969] Anjaana (Hindi: अन्जाना, Urdu: انجانا) is a 1969 Hindi film produced and directed by Mohan Kumar. The film stars Rajendra Kumar, Babita, Pran, Prem Chopra and Nirupa Roy. The music is by Laxmikant Pyarelal...... Mohammed Rafi (December 24, 1924 -- July 31, 1980) was an Indian playback singer. He has sung in many Indian languages, including Hindi, Urdu,Punjabi, Marathi and Telugu, but he is chiefly remembered for his songs from Hindi cinema (also known as Bollywood). His songs are widely popular in the Indian subcontinent. Along with Mukesh and Kishore Kumar, he was one of the three leading male Bollywood playback singers from the 1950s to the 1970s..... Government Awards; * 1948 - Rafi received a silver medal from the Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, on the first anniversary of the Indian Independence Day. * 1965 - he was honoured with the Padmashri by the Government of India. National Film Awards; * 1968 - National Award for Best Male Playback Singer for Neel Kamal composed by Ravi. * 1977 - National Film Award for Best Male Playback Singer for Kya Hua Tera Wada song in the film Hum Kisi Se Kum Nahin), composed by RD Burman, lyrics by Majrooh Sultanpuri. Filmfare Awards; * 1960 - Filmfare Best Male Playback Award for Chaudhvin Ka Chand Ho song in the film Chaudhvin Ka Chand * 1961 - Filmfare Best Male Playback Award for Teri Pyaari Pyaari Surat Ko song in the film Sasural * 1964 - Filmfare Best Male Playback Award for Chahunga Mein Tujhe song in the film ...
  • 2Pac - Hit 'Em Up [High Quality] "Hit 'Em Up" is a diss song by Tupac Shakur, featuring his rap group the Outlawz. It is the B-Side to the 1996 single "How Do U Want It". The song viciously insults several East Coast rappers, chiefly Tupac Shakur's enemy and former friend, The Notorious BIG. "Hit 'Em Up" was produced by long-time collaborator Johnny J and samples "Don't Look Any Further" by Dennis Edwards.
  • Chiefly Boys My Eyes They Glimpse ii dOnt knOw them but iit sOunds hecktic aye lOl
  • Leading Change 08: Oct 2 Keynote "Chiefly Leadership" Introduction and Pt 1 of 5 Leading Change 2008: Blending Indigenous and Western Planning Tools Conference held in Anchorage, Alaska from Oct 1 - 3, 2008. October 2, 2008 9 am General Session Keynote Address: "Chiefly Leadership" Hawai'ian Introduction by George Atta, Principal of Group 70 International, and other Hawaiians, of Tom Kaulukukui, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Queen Liliuokalani Trust, Honolulu, Hawai'i. This is Pt 1 of 5
  • Rwanda - The Human Brutality - Part 2 As in part one, this film's final act serves chiefly as an examination of historical events surrounding the Rwandan Genocide as they occurred in 1994. The objective is to provide all who are interested with the historical background information they need in regards to Rwanda's infamous ethnic cleansing. Thank you for watching. - Marcus and Matt
  • Seinfeld - The Voice "Hellooooooo!" "The Voice" is the 158th episode of the NBC sitcom Seinfeld. This was the 2nd episode for the 9th and final season. Jerry and George mock the sounds that the stomach of Claire (Jerry's girlfriend) makes during the night, chiefly by saying "helloooo" in a loud, booming voice. Jerry envisions the belly button as the mouth and the sound the stomach makes as its voice.
  • Kohala Kuamoʻo: Naeʻoleʻs Race to Save a King Produced for Ōiwi TV by Kamehameha Publishing and presented in both ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi and English, Lau Nehenehe brings to life some of Hawaiʻi's popular children's titles through animation, imagination, sound and story. This story comes from a Kohala oral tradition passed on by kūpuna and retold by three generations of the Kawaiʻaeʻa ʻohana who are descendants of Naeʻole. When a prophecy proclaims that the unborn Kamehameha would grow to overshadow the ruling chiefs, his life from birth is in danger. Nae'ole, the trusted chiefly attendant of Kamehameha's mother, races across Kohala to save the infant Kamehameha. The first printing of Kohala Kuamo'o: Nae'ole's Race to Save a King commemorates the 200-year anniversary of Kamehameha's unification of the Hawaiian Islands under one rule in 1810. Who was Kamehameha? Kamehameha, a high-ranking Hawai'i Island chief from the district of Kohala, was the first ali'i to unify the Hawaiian Islands as a single nation, ultimately establishing the shared identity that Hawaiians enjoy as one people. His achievement fulfilled prophesies that foretold his greatness even while in the womb of his mother, Keku'iapoiwa. Hearing such prophesies, Alapa'inui, the Hawai'i Island ruler of the time, ordered that the child be killed upon birth. Kamehameha's life was nonetheless safeguarded through the efforts of his first guardian, Nae'ole of Hālawa. Who was Naeʻole? Nae'ole, a chief of Hālawa, Kohala was the iwikuamo'o or most trusted and close ...
  • House of Anubis Theme Song English (From Dutch) This is an adaptation of the Dutch and German theme song in their respective versions of the show House of Anubis (chiefly the Dutch). These lyrics were adapted from the Google Translate translations of Het Huis Anubis and Das Haus Anubis (chiefly Het Huis Anubis) It should be said that I do NOT know either Dutch or German, so this is most likely not the best "translation" out there. This is what I've imagined the lyrics to be in English: In a dark, distant past, an old couple found a treasure... And their daughter Sarah hid it in this old house She wrote the path in riddles; whoever's sly and cunning will Find this treasure in this dark House of Anubis One mystery A thousand questions In the House of Anubis More secrets, every day, in the House of Anubis Come be brave and unravel this myst'ry of The House of Anubis! Is this dang'rous quest now really worth it? Someone! Tell me what's hidden in this house! I need an answer To my questions, that's the only way I'll find peace! I'm dying! I need to finish this quest! One mystery A thousand questions In the House of Anubis More secrets, every day, in the House of Anubis Come be brave and unravel this myst'ry of The House of Anubis! All night, all day, Sarah's in my head Asking if I've found that treasure like I have promised I won't lose my path, I'll find that treasure! Yes, I'll even give my life to finish this quest and live in peace! One mystery A thousand questions In the House of Anubis More secrets, every day, in the ...
  • Film 1 - The Arc of Fire / Огненная дуга - Liberation (film series) see more Russian movies at Liberation (Russian: Освобожде́ние, translit. Osvobozhdenie, German: 'Befreiung', Polish: 'Wyzwolenie') is an epic five-part film series (combined running time: 445 minutes) considered as the most colossal WWII movie ever made in the Soviet Union. Filmed from 1968 to 1971, the first part was released during 1970 for the 25th anniversary of Victory Day. The films were a Soviet-Polish-East German-Italian-Yugoslavian co-production (by the studios Mosfilm, ZF-Start/PRF-ZF, Deutsche Film AG, Dino de Laurentiis Cinematografica and Avala Film, respectively) although chiefly made in the USSR. They were directed by Yuri Ozerov. The script was written by Yuri Bondarev and Oscar Kurganov. The films depict the liberation of the Soviet Union's territory and the subsequent defeat of *** Germany in the Great Patriotic War, starting with the Battle of Kursk and ending in the Battle of Berlin.
  • John Coltrane"Soul eyes" performed by Steve Bone.Day 324 of the JSC. Malcolm Earl Waldron (August 16, 1925 -- December 2, 2002)[1] was an American jazz and world music pianist and composer, born in New York City. Like his contemporaries, Waldron's roots lie chiefly in the hard bop and post-bop genres of the New York club scene of the 1950s; but with time, he gravitated more towards free jazz and composition. He is known for his dissonant chord voicings and distinctive playing style, which was originally inspired by Thelonious Monk. After obtaining a BA in music from Queen's College, New York, he worked in New York City in the early 1950s with Ike Quebec, "Big Nick" Nicholas, and rhythm and blues groups. He worked frequently with Charles Mingus from 1954 to 1956 and was Billie Holiday's regular accompanist from 1957 until her death in 1959. He also supervised recording sessions for Prestige Records, for which he provided arrangements and compositions of which arguably his most famous, "Soul Eyes", became a widely recorded jazz standard. After Holiday's death he chiefly led his own groups. Waldron had a unique yet instantly recognizable playing style. He finessed thick and rich chords in the lower bass register; although sometimes compared to Bud Powell and Thelonious Monk for his dissonant voicing, his emphasis on weight, texture and frequent repetition of a single and simple motif as opposed to linear and melodic improvisation gave a heavy and melancholic color to his sound. Considered somewhat of an avant-gardist, his solo style - which ...