Nitpicking the Nitpickers: Judge Nixes Challenge to Minimum-Wage Raise Initiative on Technicality
Judge Joshua Rogers threw out the complaint because the Arizona Restaurant Association filed it seven days after the signatures were submitted to the Secretary of State's Office, according to court documents. The law requires that any challenges be
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This radical new look at the literary and political climate of England during the reign of Queen Anne examines the work of the greatest poet of the age, Alexander Pope. Pope and the Destiny of the Stuarts provides the fullest contextual account to date ofWindsor-Forest (1713), widely seen as a key text in the evolution of early eighteenth-century poetry. It examines the poem's topical and political aspects and offers a reconfiguration of Pope's early career, demonstrating that this was a pivotal period, marking a critical watershed in both his personal and literary development. The book gives a complete account of Pope's life and work in his early twenties, and supplies a new political interpretation, including a careful analysis of possible Jacobite colorings. Attention is directed towards a range of literary, historical, ideological, and artistic issues. The book draws on classical studies (the role of Virgil and Ovid especially), Renaissance scholarship, literary history, political history, and artistic contexts. The key ideas and techniques of Windsor-Forest are related to Pope's other early works, including thePastorals and, centrally, The Rape of the Lock. Rogers goes on to reassess the poet's dealings with the Scriblerus group. He shows previously unnoted textual connections with the work of Swift, Gay, Parnell, and also Prior, and casts fresh light on the tortuous process of composition and revision ofWindsor-Forest, with a description of the manuscript and an account of the publishing and textual history, while numerous allusions are traced for the first time. Pope and the Destiny of the Stuarts will be of interest to scholars and students of eighteenth-century literature, history, and politics.
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Personnel: Aaron Tippin (vocals); Billy Joe Walker, Jr, Biff Watson (acoustic guitar); Brent Mason (electric guitar); Sonny Garrish (steel guitar); Stuart Duncan (mandolin, fiddle); Rob Hajacos (fiddle); Matt Rollings (piano); John Barlow Jarvis (keyboards); Glenn Worf, Emory Gordy Jr. (bass guitar); Larrie Londin (drums, percussion); Lonnie Wilson (drums); Alan O'Bryant (background vocals). Audio Remasterer: Roger Lomas. Liner Note Author: Alan Cackett. Photographers: Frank Ockenfels; Chuck Kuhn. This reissue from SPV features a pair of LPs by new traditionalist country artist Aaron Tippin, Read Between the Lines and Call of the Wild, originally issued in 1992 and 1993 on RCA. Highlights among the 24 tracks include My Blue Angel, I Was Born with a Broken Heart, I Wouldn't Have It Any Other Way, Workin' Man's PhD, and his first number one hit There Ain't Nothin' Wrong with the Radio. This is a decent set for fans, but most casual listeners would be better served by Ultimate Aaron Tippin. ~ Al Campbell
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Corn Muffins Like Kenny Rogers Roasters (flour, baking powder, butter, eggs, corn, honey, milk, salt, sugar, cornmeal)
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Ginger Rogers Cocktail Recipe (ginger ale, lime, syrup, lime juice, gin, mint)
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