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Doubles deliver as Warriors advance

Sophomore Jack Tribble played at No. 1 doubles with top singles player Daniel Thomas last season Ix and Thomas know each other from years of training at Boar's Head, but the latest in a long line of talented Ix tennis players said he feels


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Original Studio Radio Transcriptions

Original Studio Radio Transcriptions

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In 2003, Swing Factory released a 28-track collection of Eddy Howard's studio recordings dating from the years 1946-1951 and originally intended solely for radio broadcast purposes. Howard rose to prominence with the Dick Jurgens Orchestra during the late '30s, deftly making the transition from singing guitarist to featured star vocalist. By the time the first of these 28 radio transcription recordings were cut, Howard had been leading his own band for five years and was enjoying sustained popularity among the postwar record-buying public. The ratio of sentimental ballads to spunky foxtrots and traditional jazz standards allows for an accurate appraisal of Howard's performing repertoire. Tasty tidbits include the vaudevillian Al Jolson staple Toot Toot Tootsie Goodbye, James P. Johnson's Old Fashioned Love, Chris Smith's Ballin' the Jack, Hoagy Carmichael's Lazy River, and pleasant versions of George Gershwin's Nice Work If You Can Get It and Love Is Here to Stay. Howard seems to have been born to put across numbers like Singin' in the Rain and Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart. Some of the songs heard here, like the romantic Harbor Lights, are updates of hits from his days with Dick Jurgens. Technically speaking, the word transcriptions could be applied to every recording ever made using a stylus to etch a continuous pattern representing the sound waves captured by the recording apparatus, beginning with Thomas Edison's tin foil imprints of 1877 and extending to the widespread introduction of magnetic audiotape during the 1950s. Artists of the 1930s and '40s who cut records intended for exclusive sale to radio stations often rose to the occasion and gave their best efforts, which appears to have been the case with Eddy Howard. This collection, meant to supplement his commercially issued recordings, complements a 24-track CD of radio transcriptions released by the Circle label in 1994. Although the two have six titles in common, some will feel c


John Paul Jones

John Paul Jones

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John Paul Jones, at sea in the heat of the battle, was the great American hero of the Age of Sail. He was to history what patrick O'Brian's Jack Aubrey and C.S. Forester's Horatio Hornblower are to fiction. Ruthless, indomitable, clever; he vowed to sail, as he put it, in harm's way. Evan Thomas' minute-by-minute re-creation of the bloodbath between Jones' Bonhomme Richard and the British man-of-war Serapis off the coast of England on an autumn night in 1779 is as gripping a sea battle as can be found in any novel. Drawing on Jones' correspondence with some of the most significant figures of the American Revolution-John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson-Thomas' biography teaches us that it took fighters as well as high-minded principle to break free of the past and start a new world. Jones' spirit was classically American.


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  1. Sophomore Jack Tribble played at No. 1 doubles with top singles player Daniel Thomas last season Ix and Thomas know each other from years of training at Boar's Head, but the latest in a long line of talented Ix tennis players said he feels
  2. Learn more about the “Great Astronomer” during a Mike Thomas free lecture on Saturday, May 13 at Western Nevada College's Jack C. Davis Observatory. Thomas' presentation on a principal participant in the 17th century science revolution begins at 7:30 
  3. MOVING FORWARD: Trumansburg will have another rematch Wednesday in the Class C semifinals when it faces Thomas A. Edison. In the season finale Jack English got the start for Trumansburg, walking two (one intentionally) and striking out one.
  1. Retweeted Thomas Pesquet (@Thom_astro): Here we go again! Jack and @astro_Peggy set off for another #spacewalk... https://t.co/by8nWh2O7s
  2. @erik_young12 @stoolpresidente solid win for you guys. stunned, but shows how much better the C's are defensively without Thomas
  3. C. Olaes/I. Olaes advanced to the next round in districts beating Ian Hegerty/Jack Cain from St. Thomas 6-0, 6-0.

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C. R. Thomas' Honey Mustard (cider vinegar, mustard powder, honey, lemon juice, salt, sugar, vegetable oil)

Thomas English Muffins Copy Cat Recipe (bread flour, milk, butter, yeast, salt, sugar)

C. O. R. N. Chicken Noodle Soup (chicken broth, chicken, garlic powder, black pepper, margarine, onions, pasta, poultry seasoning, salt, vegetable)

C.o.m.f.y. ! Casserole (carrot, monterey jack cheese, broccoli, garlic powder, black pepper, milk, elbow macaroni, smoked sausage)

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Jack C. Thomas - IMDb
Jack C. Thomas, Writer: Regular Show. Jack C. Thomas is a writer and producer, known for Regular Show in Space (2009), The Fairly OddParents (2001) and Dragons: Race ...

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Jack C. Thomas is a writer and producer, known for Regular Show in Space (2009), The Fairly OddParents (2001) and Dragons: Race to the Edge (2015).

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Jack Rose terrace taps
On the terrace, at ... Jack Rose Dining Saloon Washington, D.C. (Adams-Morgan) 13 April 2017. *************** Photo by Yours For Good Fermentables.com. — Follow on Twitter: @Cizauskas. — Follow on Facebook: YoursForGoodFermentables. — Follow on Instagram: @tcizauskas. ▶ Camera: Olympus Pen E-PL1. ▶ Commercial use requires explicit permission, as per Creative Commons.
Library of whiskey!
Over 2,600 bottles of whiskey, including many rare bottlings. Jack Rose Dining Saloon Washington, D.C. (Adams-Morgan) 13 April 2017. *************** ▶ Photo by Yours For Good Fermentables.com. — Follow on Twitter: @Cizauskas. — Follow on Facebook: YoursForGoodFermentables. — Follow on Instagram: @tcizauskas. ▶ Camera: Olympus Pen E-PL1. ▶ Commercial use requires explicit permission, as per Creative Commons.
Portrait of a young girl by Charles Percy Pickering (1860-1868)
Carte de visite. Studio of Charles Percy Pickering (1825-1908), 616 George Street, near Wilshire's Buildings, Sydney. Opposite the Golden Gate, Brickfield Hill. Found in a junk shop in Darlinghurst, Sydney. Brickfield Hill was a locality of early Sydney situated along the section of George Street between Town Hall and Haymarket (see this 1832 map - www.flickr.com/photos/state-records-nsw/4930537203/). Today's slight gradient belies the original steep approach to the city. In the late 1830s the steep gradient of Brickfield Hill was reduced by manual convict labour, and the material removed from the crest was used to grade the approach. When the level of the hill was sliced down, by about fifteen feet, one of the houses beside "the Road" required to have a storey built underneath, to bring it level with the street - an unusual building operation that attracted the attention of the public. [David S. Macmillan, Some Recollections of Sydney's Early Development (Sydney:...

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