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  • 'Vampire Knight' Original Soundtrack - UNFAVOURABLE INCIDENT
  • The Rather Unfavourable Account of Her Majesty Salad's ... ... Attempts to Gain Fame and Glory in a Cybernetic World of Bliss (credit goes to Draco for the description)
  • Spanish Mackerel Shootout 2008 Mackay with Reefari Spanish Shootout 2008 hosted by Mackay Game Fishing Club, a great weekend game fishing for Spanish mackeral, although numbers were down to unfavourable weather. Some great fish were still caught with the best, a 26.4 kilo Mackeral by Brett on 6 Kilo line. Brent winning the Junior category. Subscribe for all the latest fishing info and tips from Reefari, Mackay on the Great Barrier Reef. Please subscribe for more great fishing action, tips and news!! Cheers Greg Check out our Spanish Mackerel rig page below, with anm easy rig for Wolf herring, http
  • Historic Centre of Mexico City and Xochimilco Built in the 16th century by the Spanish on the ruins of Tenochtitlan, the old Aztec capital, Mexico City is now one of the world's largest and most densely populated cities. It has five Aztec temples, the ruins of which have been identified, a cathedral (the largest on the continent) and some fine 19th- and 20th-century public buildings such as the Palacio de las Bellas Artes. Xochimilco lies 28 km south of Mexico City. With its network of c***s and artificial islands, it testifies to the efforts of the Aztec people to build a habitat in the midst of an unfavourable ...
  • Political bickering threatening business confidence The level of investment in Kenya may be decreasing owing to increased insecurity and heightened political bickering in the country. The business community has raised its concerns that these factors are making Kenya unfavourable for investment. Speaking at the 7th Prime Minister's Roundtable, Prime Minister Raila Odinga dismissed the fears as he sought to affirm the government's commitment in ensuring investor confidence.
  • Above + Beyond Canada - Part 13 - Prince Edward Island Flying over unforgiving terrain and in unfavourable conditions seemed part of the usual routine now. Still our overconfidence slapped us upside the head once we realized there were sections of ocean to cross and we hadn't even considered arranging for support boats. The first of three crossings took us to the unbeleivable beauty of Prince Edward Island, Canada's smallest province; physically, but a mamoth at heart. Music by: Coeur de Pirate ( Credit: Benjamin Jordan, Keren Menashe, Jess Ahlemeier, Alex Ferland Buy the book:
  • Unfavourable Conditions Doug is a hard working guy and has everything going for him. Until, he recieves a phone call that starts a chain reaction to cause unfavourable conditions. Flat Cap Films © 2007 /flatcapfilms
  • Silent Minority part 4 Silent Minority, aired on british television June 1981. The documentary spotlights alledgedly appalling conditions at Borocourt Hospital, Reading, Berks and St Lawrences Hospital Caterham, Surrey. St Lawrences Hospital In 1974, the hospital came to public attention with the publication of the book Tongue Tied by Joseph ('Joey') John Deacon who had been a patient at the hospital since the age of eight in 1928. This was followed by the TV documentary Silent Minority in which the hospital featured in an unfavourable light. The documentary brought out strong feelings at the time given the content which in one scene shows a child tied to a pole in a ward.
  • Homero Pérez-Miranda as Attila Cuban bass-baritone Homero Pérez-Miranda in the title role of Verdi's somewhat primitive but magnificent opera. Waking on a nightmare, the barbaric king takes the incubus as an unfavourable omen concerning an encouter with a mysterious, saintly figure (Aria: "Mentre gonfiarsi l'anima"). After a brief moment of weakness and horror, he assembles his troops in order to face the specter. (Cabaletta: "Oltre quel limite t'attendo spettro") Buenos Aires Lírica production of the piece, staged at the Avenida Theater in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The splendid sets and costumes were designed by the stage director himself, Marcelo Perusso. The BA Lírica Orchestra conducted with Verdian verve by Javier Logioia Orbe.
  • Hungarian - Albanian ~ Friendship Hungarian - Albanian ~ Friendship The Hungarians have a saying that their history was written by their enemies. This is justified given that the official version of Hungarian history which is still being propagated today is in fact the product of centuries of foreign rule during which the occupying powers and their puppet regimes took care to fabricate a "Hungarian history" which suited their objectives: to present a distorted and unfavourable image of the Hungarians, in order to weaken their national identity and self-consciousness. Our website does not endorse this politically and ideologically biased "official version" of Hungarian history, as we seek to present a more objective picture of the historical facts. The origins of the Hungarians can be traced back to Ancient Mesopotamia through the Sumerian-Scythian-Hun-Avar-Magyar ethno-linguistic continuity, which, together with the evidence of the archeological artifacts of Sumerian origin found in the Carpathian Basin, indicates that the ancestors of the Hungarians were the first permanent settlers of the Carpathian Basin. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The origins of the Albanian people, as was mentioned before, are not definitely known, but data drawn from history and from linguistic, archaeological, and anthropological studies have led to the conclusion that Albanians are the direct descendants of the ancient Illyrians and that the latter were natives of the lands ...
  • The truth of the Nanking Massacre(南京大虐殺の真実) Please reproduce this movie and spread it! Because YouTube deletes unfavourable films for Jews,chinese and Korea,but does not delete unfavourable films for Japan or Japanese!
  • YOGA INSIDE OUT - The Healing Way - DVD:: :: DVDs Shipped Worldwide! with Paula Tursi http
  • Silent Minority part 2 Silent Minority, aired on british television June 1981. The documentary spotlights alledgedly appalling conditions at Borocourt Hospital, Reading, Berks and St Lawrences Hospital Caterham, Surrey. St Lawrences Hospital In 1974, the hospital came to public attention with the publication of the book Tongue Tied by Joseph ('Joey') John Deacon who had been a patient at the hospital since the age of eight in 1928. This was followed by the TV documentary Silent Minority in which the hospital featured in an unfavourable light. The documentary brought out strong feelings at the time given the content which in one scene shows a child tied to a pole in a ward.
  • Corporate finance house or go it alone part 3 Terms and finalising the deal, trusting your gut feelings and not wasting time and not accepting too many unfavourable terms by Jamie Hutchinson, Founder, The Sampler
  • A Fringe Disguise Typically, the fringe area can be problematic for most, especially during the warmer seasons — it can cause breakouts or irritations on the face. However, this is one method that I use to disguise the fringe area when the weather is unfavourable or if it is in the process of growing out. This is similar to a lace braid but it only utilises two strands. Materials · Hot Tools Gold Spring Curling Iron: 3/4 in. barrel · Pantene Pro-V: Heat Protection & Shine Spray for Fine Hair · Bed Head TIGI: MASTERPIECE™ Massive Shine Hairspray · Texturizing Balm by Frédéric Fekkai · Bobby Pin · Hair Accessory Music · Moonlight Serenade by The Swingfield Big Band Links · Twitter & Tweet: · Other Channel: Disclaimer: All products, unless stated otherwise have been purchased by myself. I am not endorsed or affiliated with any companies at the moment.
  • Unfavourable Circumstances Finale Sort of Doom style parody... not to be taken seriously. Check out the prequels if you haven't seen them first!
  • Trolleys of Budapest - The Stalin line The trolleybus network entered Budapest following the World War two for development. The new lines established in the 50 years you are with earlier unfavourable sketching mostly tram-lines with small traffic assumed his role. The first relation like this the 1949.December on 21 started was 70, which one the Kira'ly street 10 tram it was replaced by him. Because he is me Stalin I call it a line, an important historical fact.Since this service Stalin it was started on a comrade's seventieth birthday.
  • Silent Minority part 3 Silent Minority, aired on british television June 1981. The documentary spotlights alledgedly appalling conditions at Borocourt Hospital, Reading, Berks and St Lawrences Hospital Caterham, Surrey. St Lawrences Hospital In 1974, the hospital came to public attention with the publication of the book Tongue Tied by Joseph ('Joey') John Deacon who had been a patient at the hospital since the age of eight in 1928. This was followed by the TV documentary Silent Minority in which the hospital featured in an unfavourable light. The documentary brought out strong feelings at the time given the content which in one scene shows a child tied to a pole in a ward.
  • 1940 Across the Greek Frontier November 8, 1940. Giornale Italie. The Italians attacked on the morning of October 28, pushing back the Greek screening forces. The Ciamuria Corps, spearheaded by the Ferrara and Centauro divisions, attacked towards Kalpaki (Elaia), while οn its right the Littoral Group advanced along the coast and was able to secure a bridgehead over the Kalamas River. The Italians faced difficulties because of the harshness of the terrain, with their light L3/35 tankettes and medium M13/40 tanks, unable to cope with the hilly terrain or the muddy tracks that served as roads. On October 31 the Italian Supreme Command announced that "Our units continue to advance into Epirus and have reached the river Kalamas at several points. Unfavourable weather conditions and action by the retreating enemy are not slowing down the advances of our troops". But in reality, the Italian offensive was carried out without conviction and without the advantage of surprise (not even for air action which was rendered ineffective by poor weather), under a leadership uncertain and divided by personal rivalries, and was already becoming exhausted. Adverse conditions at sea made impossible to do a projected landing at Corfu. By November 1, the Italians had captured Konitsa and reached the Greek main line of defence. On that same day, the Albanian theatre was given priority over Africa by the Italian High Command. However, despite repeated attacks the Italians failed to break through the Greek defences and the ...
  • Stars and their Wits Bollywood is a funny place.. and what's makes it more interesting is the witty comments that our celebrities pass when asked an unfavourable question! That's what happned to many of our B-towners when they were asked questions related to their controversies. SRK got agitated by Amar Singh's comments, Salman shyed away from the camera when asked about SRK, Adhyayan lost his calm when Kangana was made the centre of attention, Abhishek tasted sour grapes when he went home awardless, Twinkle Khanna got embarrassed after the unbutton controversy! Stars make the most laughable statements to get out of such situation! Click on the video to hear all the one-line responses that stars coughed up after being bombarded by embarrassing questions!
  • se7en-[Fancam] 747 concert LaLaLa(better view) 747 concert sorry i will delete those comments which are unfavourable to 77~ lotsa credit to se7en's fan who recorded this..
  • Audio retailer surviving despite unfavourable market conditions Encel Audio is surviving in the high-end audio market despite people being increasingly careful with their money and the threat of online shopping.
  • Dr M: Full marks to Najib for not sleeping While Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak may be enjoying a high popularity rating as he celebrates 100 days in office, his well-known supporter and former premier Dr Mahathir Mohamad brought the celebratory mood down to earth today with an unfavourable assessment. Speaking to reporters in Kuala Lumpur this morning, Mahathir said Najib gained "more negatives rather than positives" since taking over as the prime minister from Abdullah Ahmad Badawi on April 3. "I am sorry to say this, but there are more negative (things) rather than positives. Somebody said, there was almost nothing in positives, (especially) from the Internet. For example, there is no freedom of the press," he said. When asked to elaborate the negative things that have been reflected on Najib, Mahathir claimed that Najib did not come up with any proper study relating to the third bridge linking Johor Baru and Singapore. "There are also other things, like certain appointments of the (ministers) found to be corrupt and yet, they are still in office," he said. Despite these, Mahathir said Najib did however manage to score a few positives. "For example, he likes to meet people and secondly he does not sleep (on the job)," he quipped.
  • Submission - By Theo van Gogh Working from a script written by Ayaan Hirsi Ali, van Gogh created the 10-minute movie Submission. The movie deals with the topic of violence against women in Islamic societies; telling the stories of four abused Muslim women. The title itself, "Submission", is a translation of the word "Islam" into English. In the film, telling their stories as if they are speaking to Allah. Qur'anic verses unfavourable to women are projected onto their bodies in Arabic.
  • Poundbury, The Prince's Dream 1 Prince Charles dreamed of building a new eco-friendly community - using traditional architecture - where people would live and work in close proximity. In 1988, he appointed well-known architect and urban planner, Leon Krier, to work on an overall concept for 400 acres of virgin farmland in Poundbury, Dorset. This 'model' village has a mix of town houses, cottages, shops and businesses at the edge of Dorchester in Dorset now housing up to 5000 residents . The developments at Poundbury are part of a wider movement called New Urbanism and one of the first examples of this was Seaside in Florida (where The Truman Show was filmed). Despite nicknames such as 'Toy Town' or 'Charles Town', Poundbury remains a popular place to live. Initially Poundbury was dismissed as an irrelevance, and was subject to unfavourable reviews in the press especially from those who disliked the 'old fashioned' style of the houses. However, the principles it was based upon have recently come to be accepted as good practice and the village is now considered to be very relevant to public policy and how best to build houses in the countryside. The development is now the subject of worldwide interest by planners, architects and housebuilders and many of the principles are being incorporated into other developments. Duchy of Cornwall official website:
  • Minister of Public Works seeks to remedy unfavourable conditions at east and west bus station The Ministry of Public Works evaluated damaged roads located at the East and West Bus station on Thursday 4th November. Present at the tour were Minister of Public Works Hon Trevor Walker, Chief Engineer Craig Williams, Manager of Transport Board Harry Josiah and President of the Bus Association Yuhana Dawuud. Minister of Public Works Honourable Trevor Walker pledged his commitment in ensuring that both bus stations receive immediate attention to remedy any unfavorable conditions. Chief Engineer Craig Williams explains what will be done in reference to the East Bus station terminal. An assessment was conducted at the West Bus station area as well. The Ministry of Public Works has also promised to begin work at that terminal shortly.
  • Phi Faa Healing Music Ritual of Thailand (Issan) and Laos Short form of a ethnographic video project about a shamanistic ritual in Lao and Northeast-Thailand (Issan) for healing illnesses. Phi Faa is a supernatural power residing in the sky and deified by the people of Northeast Thailand (Issan) and Laos. The Phi Faa Ritual is preferably celebrated for a person that rejoices the convalescence from a serious disease. The guests of a Phi Faa Ritual involve themselves into this highly spiritual ceremony with dancing around a decorated sacrificial altar. The dance lasts a full night and creates trance conditions for many of the participants. The guests believe Phi Faa will participate the ceremony and they expect healing and protection from unfavourable fortune. Interested visitors can find more details about the Phi Faa Ritual and other rituals and traditions of Southeast Asia at www.spatz-
  • Wanni Operation 01/01/2009 - Army Chief chastises those undermining military achievements Army Chief chastises those undermining military achievements Army Commander Lt. General Sarath Fonseka has chastised the undermining of military victories by certain politicians. The Army Commander said that the gallant soldiers who entered Paranthan today will be achieving more victories within the next few weeks. The Army Chief said the troops did not halt attacks due to unfavourable weather. They did not even return. There are talented soldiers and officers in the battlefront. They are successfully carrying out operations. If these operations were halted due to inclement weather, the terrorists would have exploited the situation and attacked the soldiers. But the terrorists had to confront the troops even during the unfavourable weather conditions. They suffered heavy damages to life, property and machinery. As a result, the Army Commander pointed out that the troops succeeded in entering Paranthan. It is located nine kilometres North of Kilinochchi on the A9 Highway. He added that the troops are now operating on two fronts within Kilinochchi..
  • Britain's Extreme Air Pollution Cover-Up Blown! (...By the Wind): A Timelapse Why do environmental organizations blame the public for pollution and climate change yet never mention the real culprits behind Britain's strange weather? The reason it's overcast all the time, and you're probably feeling run down, is because of aircraft emissions, which, for the first time in my life, are not only being produced in atmospheric conditions unfavourable for condensation trail formation (in other words: THEY ARE NOT CONDENSATION TRAILS!), but they are persisting and spreading to destroy a blue sky in minutes. If you are new to the subject, please watch Don't Talk About the Weather on my channel - there's a playlist I've set up: watch from 1A. People aware of this subject need your help. We all need clean air (and food and water) or the game's over, and it's obvious that the planes' systematic and daily SPRAYING of our skies is polluting the very air which we breathe, the food we eat, and the water we drink. Simply put, and in closing, please watch Don't Talk About the Weather so that you may distinguish between fact and fiction. Link to Don't Talk About the Weather (playlist to the right):
  • Silent Minority part 5 Silent Minority, aired on british television June 1981. The documentary spotlights alledgedly appalling conditions at Borocourt Hospital, Reading, Berks and St Lawrences Hospital Caterham, Surrey. St Lawrences Hospital In 1974, the hospital came to public attention with the publication of the book Tongue Tied by Joseph ('Joey') John Deacon who had been a patient at the hospital since the age of eight in 1928. This was followed by the TV documentary Silent Minority in which the hospital featured in an unfavourable light. The documentary brought out strong feelings at the time given the content which in one scene shows a child tied to a pole in a ward.
  • HH Gopal Krishna Goswami Preaching Very Boldly part 1 A Video where HH GOPAL KRISHNA GOSWAMI preaching bodly without being affected by favourable and unfavourable condition
  • Silent Minority part 6 Silent Minority, aired on british television June 1981. The documentary spotlights alledgedly appalling conditions at Borocourt Hospital, Reading, Berks and St Lawrences Hospital Caterham, Surrey. St Lawrences Hospital In 1974, the hospital came to public attention with the publication of the book Tongue Tied by Joseph ('Joey') John Deacon who had been a patient at the hospital since the age of eight in 1928. This was followed by the TV documentary Silent Minority in which the hospital featured in an unfavourable light. The documentary brought out strong feelings at the time given the content which in one scene shows a child tied to a pole in a ward.
  • Silent Minority part 1 Silent Minority, aired on british television June 1981. The documentary spotlights alledgedly appalling conditions at Borocourt Hospital, Reading, Berks and St Lawrences Hospital Caterham, Surrey. St Lawrences Hospital In 1974, the hospital came to public attention with the publication of the book Tongue Tied by Joseph ('Joey') John Deacon who had been a patient at the hospital since the age of eight in 1928. This was followed by the TV documentary Silent Minority in which the hospital featured in an unfavourable light. The documentary brought out strong feelings at the time given the content which in one scene shows a child tied to a pole in a ward.
  • tri-force gates demonstration Translation : over unity with tri-force gates : demonstration. We check that the gap between magnets is the same for both gates. Thanks to a plastic wheel, we can see that the floor has an unfavourable slope. test n°1 : the moving magnet starts from the first gate's neutral position. It successfully crosses the second gate. test n°2 : the moving magnet starts from the second gate's neutral position. It doesn't cross the first gate. test n°3 : we reverse input and output on the second gate (not changing the gap). Now the moving magnet starts from the first gate's neutral position. It doesn't cross the second gate anymore.
  • STS-116 as seen from 3 miles away - captured w/a Blackjack The space shuttle Discovery lit up the night sky to begin a 12-day journey to the International Space Station (ISS) on its second try. It lurched off the launch pad at 2047 EST (0147 GMT on Sunday). "You've got a lot of smiling faces up here," said Mark Polansky, Discovery's commander, just after lift-off. When told of the successful launch, ISS crew member Michael Lopez-Alegria said, "We're going to head out and turn on our porch light so they can find us." Bad weather had threatened to delay lift-off for the second time on Saturday, as forecasters had estimated a 70% chance of unfavourable weather conditions in the morning. That was worse than the odds forecasters had given for Discovery's first launch attempt on Thursday, which was cancelled due to low clouds in the area (see Low clouds scrub latest shuttle launch). But by early evening on Saturday, the weather outlook had cleared up. The primary tasks for this mission are to install a new segment of the station's spine-like truss and to rewire the ISS to increase its power supply, enabling the addition of more laboratory modules. It may be the most complex shuttle flight ever attempted (see Shuttle mission to be most complex yet). Its success is critical to NASA's plans to complete the space station by the time the shuttles retire in 2010. "If we're not able to accomplish what we set out to on this flight, then it likely means another shuttle flight," says lead flight director John Curry. Since every single shuttle ...
  • Unfavourable Circumstances Episode 2 Doom style parody sort of thing - not to be taken seriously, and also a sequel to the Original (known as doom sci fi horror)
  • Unfavourable Circumstances I wrote a random script and here's how it ended up... Check out the sequel, Unfavourable Circumstances 2!
  • Army Chief chastises those undermining military achievements The Army Chief said the troops did not halt attacks due to unfavourable weather. They did not even return. There are talented soldiers and officers in the battlefront. They are successfully carrying out operations. If these operations were halted due to inclement weather, the terrorists would have exploited the situation and attacked the soldiers. But the terrorists had to confront the troops even during the unfavourable weather conditions. They suffered heavy damages to life, property and machinery. As a result, the Army Commander pointed out that the troops succeeded in entering Paranthan. It is located nine kilometres North of Kilinochchi on the A9 Highway. He added that the troops are now operating on two fronts within Kilinochchi..
  • 《福星到》Happy Go Lucky _Director's Cut (With Hokkien) Family Comedy starring Fann Wong, Richard Low, Patricia Mok, Liu Lingling, Marcus Chin. Opening in Singapore 4 March 2010. A *** gambler from young, Hock Lee Poh (Richard Low 刘谦益) is at the same time, an ardent believer of Feng Shui. Always down on his luck, he continues to indulge in gambling all the time. His eldest daughter Donna (Patricia Mok 莫小玲), though petty and calculative, spends all her time and money on lavish nightlife and hunky social escorts till she loses everything in the end. Fu Xin, Pohs illegitimate second daughter (Fann Wong 范文芳) is born at an extremely inauspicious hour and thus labeled as the jinx of the family. Despite the nasty label on her, Fu Xin actually is a surreptitious Lucky Star who always manages to avert precarious situations; turning unfavourable conditions into favourable ones, having the Midas touch in everything she does. The straight-forward, unassuming and childlike Fu Xin sacrifices a lot for the family. And in a twist of fate and luck, Fu Xin unexpectedly helps Poh to win a hefty sum of money.
  • indoortanktest_0001.wmv For thousands of years, sailors have believed they could not use the wind to sail directly against the wind. They believed the only way to go upwind was by approaching in zig-zags (known as tacking). They didn't realise that a simple windmill could give their ships the ability to go exactly where they wanted, even if the wind was unfavourable. This test illustrates how easy direct upwind "sailing" is, and not the marginal process that some people believe. Find out more on
  • Behind the Lens A documentary film which explores a condition known as retinal detachment through the case of Nicholas Gray, an aspiring photographer. Due to unfavourable compression, you won't get the low frequency bass effects during the retina animation, or the full impact of the opening graphic sequence. Feedback is much appreciated.
  • Handel's Giulio Cesare Caesar's arrival in Egypt has ignited a race between siblings Cleopatra & Ptolemy to gain his support. Here Ptolemy reacts to the unfavourable response from Caesar.