at the beginning of 2003 in London and Cheltenham. Due to copyright issues with samples on ''Crawlout'', the film quotes were revoiced by Scott, Marcus Lanyon of Tarantella Serpentine and Tom and Laura from the US band VX (VX (band)). The CD has a reversible cover. The front cover shows a smashed up car (which was discovered by the band on Ealing Common in London). The car was originally blue, and far less damaged than the final shot on the cover. The front cover shot was taken the day
after the band shot from the inlay, in which time the car had been smashed up a lot more. The "reverse" cover shows a mock-up of an accident site, with some flowers tied to a lamp post - it is not a picture of a real accident site. Background Yasmin Bannerman was born and brought up in Gloucester, where she attended St Peter's Roman Catholic School. She spent time acting there and later joined the Everyman Youth Theatre in Cheltenham before beginning a degree in modern
Ministry for Culture and Heritage accessdate 2009-02-17 as a marketing tool by a manufacturer of baking powder, but it is now known as a Kiwi icon. (Edmonds has since become a brand within Goodman Fielder.) The front cover shows the old factory on Ferry Road in Linwood (Linwood, New Zealand), Christchurch (since demolished) and their slogan "Sure to Rise". Only two copies of the first edition are known to survive. ref name "nzhist" >
in the deep end of a pool chasing after a dollar bill on a hook (fishhook) and line. The ''Off the Deep End'' cover shows Yankovic in the baby's place apparently chasing after
2010-09-14 work Discogs publisher Zink Media, Inc. location Portland, Oregon, USA (United States) The ''Off the Deep End'' cover shows Yankovic in the baby's place apparently chasing after a doughnut on a string. The CD, liner notes, and artwork continue the parody of Nirvana's album, borrowing the same blue, wave-light graphics from the printed surface of ''Nevermind''. ref name "
'' (with Nicholas von Hoffman), Sheed & Ward, 1973. Paperback retitled ''Trout Fishing in the Reflecting Pool or the Fireside Watergate'', Popular Library, 1973. Library of Congress 73-11506. The cover shows Zonker Harris with a snowglobe of the White House. The title references the fireside chats of President Roosevelt (Franklin D. Roosevelt). The revised title spoofs ''Trout Fishing in America'', the once-famous book by Richard Brautigan. The book is dedicated to Ron Ziegler
. ISBN 0-8362-0547-2 * ''Tales from the Margaret Mead Taproom'' (with Nicholas von Hoffman), Sheed & Ward, 1976. Library of Congress 75-17055. The cover shows Uncle Duke with his aide MacArthur in Samoa. The title references anthropologist Margaret Mead and her book ''Coming of Age in Samoa''. A caricature of the authors appears on page 19; Trudeau (Garry Trudeau) wears a Yale hat whilst flying a kite. ISBN 0-8362-0631-2 Major commissions The White House has
to the echoes (Echo (phenomenon)) at rows of identical concrete public housing units in Baltimore, presumably reminiscent of the echo and reverberation that characterize dub reggae. The photograph on the cover shows the apartment building on Prospect Avenue near downtown Cleveland in which members of the band lived when
Hajdukiewicz p. 6" thumb left 150px Copernicus' translation of Theophylact Simocatta (File:Symokatta epistole morales.jpg)'s ''Epistles''. Cover shows coats-of-arms (coat of arms) of ''(clockwise from top)'' Poland, Lithuania and Kraków. In 1504–12 Copernicus made numerous journeys as part of his uncle's retinue—in 1504, to Toruń and Gdańsk (Danzig), to a session of the Royal Prussian Council in the presence of Poland's King Alexander Jagiellon; to sessions of the Prussian diet at Malbork (1506), Elbląg (1507) and Sztum (1512); and he may have attended a Poznań session (1510) and the coronation of Poland's King Sigismund I the Old in Kraków (1507). Watzenrode's itinerary suggests that in spring 1509 Copernicus may have attended the Kraków sejm. Polish (Poland) astronomer Konrad Rudnicki calls the discussion a "fierce scholarly quarrel in... times of nationalism" and describes Copernicus as an inhabitant of a German-speaking territory that belonged to Poland, himself being of mixed Polish-German extraction. WikiPedia:Poland Commons:Category:Poland Dmoz:Regional Europe Poland
on stage and gave the band a hard time. The back cover shows the audience as seen from the stage. The album was the second of two to credit Steve Vai with "impossible guitar parts" (the first being ''Ship Arriving Too Late To Save A Drowning Witch''). Demographics Oberuzwil has a population (as of , about 14.7% of the population was made up of foreign
'' cover shows Yankovic in the baby's place apparently chasing after a doughnut on a string. The CD, liner notes, and artwork continue the parody of Nirvana's album, borrowing the same blue, wave-light graphics from the printed surface of ''Nevermind''.