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rivalry work

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accessdate At the end of 1980, the Manhattan Theatre Club staged the play's New York City premiere for a limited, sold-out engagement of thirty-two performances. After thirteen previews, the Broadway production, directed by Melvin Bernhardt, set design by John Lee Beatty, costumes by Patricia McGourty, and lighting by Dennis Parichy, opened on November 4, 1981 at the John Golden Theatre, where it ran for 535

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, Houston, and Dallas. The final show of the mini-tour was recorded and released as the live album ''Rock Show''. Johns is one of several national leaders of the U.S. Tea Party movement

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of Dallas Cuisine Dallas is known for its barbecue, authentic Mexican (Mexican cuisine), and Tex-Mex cuisine. Famous products of the Dallas culinary scene include the frozen margarita (margarita). Wikipedia:Dallas, Texas Dmoz:Regional North America United States Texas Localities D Dallas commons:Dallas, Texas

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. Roberts, Randy, and James S. Olson. ''American Experiences: Readings in American History: Since 1865'', 4th edition (American Experiences Addison–Wesley, 1998), p. 317. ISBN 978-0-3210-1031-5: "Marvel Comics employed a realism in both characterization and setting in its superhero titles that was unequaled in the comic book industry." This applied to ''The Amazing Spider-Man'' in particular. Its young hero suffered from self-doubt and mundane problems like

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works in photography, drawing, sculpting, and painting. He is most widely recognized for his surreal (Surrealism) digital photographs that have often appeared on album packaging for recording artists, book jackets, and ad campaigns. Obermeyer practices a unique style of digital photography by collaging and "painting" parts of many of his photographs into one seamless amalgam. While most photographers are concerned with obtaining a perfect shot, Obermeyer is focused

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*Reunion Tower, Dallas, Texas *Dealy Plaza, Dallas Texas rowspan 2 Hell in a Cell (WWE Hell in a Cell (2010)) rowspan 2 October 3, 2010 Dallas, TX (Texas) 22:51 He also played the lead in the indie comedy ''The Best and the Brightest'' as a carefree father who uproots his family from Delaware to move to New York City's Upper East Side.

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enveloped by the strange darkness. Following college graduation, he moved to Texas. After managing a tire store in Houston and working as an auto mechanic, he began posing for print photography ads and doing television commercials. In a nationwide talent search in Dallas, he became one of four finalists out of 770 candidates to screen-test for the Larry Wilcox replacement role on the television series ''CHiPs''. Although he did not get the job, he did get a small film part and had the lead in an MTV video documentary called ''Wild Rides'', narrated by Matt Dillon. He also hosted ''On the Move'' for ESPN and the Miss Teen America Pageant in Dallas. Ziglar later worked as a salesman in a succession of companies. In 1968 he became a vice president and training director for the Automotive Performance company, moving to Dallas, Texas. birth_place Dallas (Dallas, Texas), Texas, U.S. (United States) origin Dallas, Texas, U.S. genre Hip hop (Hip hop music), gangsta rap '''Tracy Lynn Curry''' (born June 10, 1968), primarily known by his stage name '''The D.O.C.''', is an American rapper (rapping) from Dallas, Texas. In addition to a solo career, he was a member of the hip hop group Fila Fresh Crew, and a creative force behind the gangsta rap (gangster rap) group N.W.A, where he co-wrote many of their releases. He has also semi-frequently worked with Dr. Dre, who is one of the founders of N.W.A and produced two of his solo albums. The service is scheduled to roll out later in Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, Dallas Fort Worth and Washington, D.C., each a market in which Fox owns and operates two stations and NBC owns and operates an English-language station. http: www.philly.com philly business homepage 20081114_Fox__NBC_to_pool_news_video_in_Phila__area.html In 1998, he produced ''Jesus Hits Like the Atom Bomb'' (1998) by Dallas group Tripping Daisy. He later produced ''Together We're Heavy'' (2004) by The Polyphonic Spree, a 24-member troupe containing three ex-members of Tripping Daisy. He also produced the album ''Revival'' (2000) by Brooklyn singer-songwriter (and sometime Frank Black songwriting collaborator) Reid Paley. '''KNTU''' (88.1 FM (FM broadcasting)) is the campus radio station of the University of North Texas which was formerly known as North Texas State University at Denton, Texas. The signal of the station covers much of the Dallas and Fort Worth Metroplex (Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex) of North Texas with a format of news and primarily Jazz music. Any University of North Texas student is welcome to work at the station, but most of the staff consists of those majoring in Radio, Television, and Film or Journalism. The move returned over-the-air CBS programming to East Texas for the first time since 1991, when Longview's KLMG-TV switched to Fox (Fox Broadcasting Company) as KFXK (KFXK-TV), and only the third CBS affiliate (KTVE (channel 32) was the first in 1953 until its demise in 1955) to call Longview home. For the 13 years prior, cable systems in the area piped in either KTVT in Dallas or KSLA in Shreveport, Louisiana with most cable systems in East Texas still piping the latter. Plot In November 1963, Dallas housewife Lurene Hallett (Michelle Pfeiffer) is obsessed with First Lady (First Lady of the United States) Jacqueline Kennedy (Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis). Lurene feels a special connection with Jackie through her own loss of a child. Knowing that President (President of the United States) John F. Kennedy and his wife will be visiting Dallas, Lurene travels to Love Field Airport to try to catch a glimpse of the couple as they arrive by plane on November 22, 1963. Driving away a few hours later, she notices a quiet chaos developing, and discovers that the President has been assassinated (John F. Kennedy assassination). Lurene leaves her car in the middle of the street and rushes to watch the news through a store window. Lurene's anguish over the death of John F. Kennedy reflects the collective grief of the nation over this tragedy. Ignoring her overbearing husband Ray (Brian Kerwin), she travels by bus to attend the funeral (State funeral of John F. Kennedy) in Washington, D.C. Much to the chagrin of the black patrons on the bus, Lurene talks constantly of the assassination during the bus ride. During her journey, she befriends Jonell (Stephanie McFadden), the young black daughter of Paul Cater (Dennis Haysbert). After the bus has an accident, Lurene notice wounds on Jonell's body. Lurene senses something is wrong, suspects Paul and calls the FBI to report that there has been a kidnapping. Moments after her well-intentioned interference, Paul explains that Jonell's wounds are from an orphanage that he rescued her from and he is indeed her real father. Nevertheless, Lurene's FBI call leads the three of them on an increasingly difficult road trip across America with both the police and Ray in pursuit. Wikipedia:Dallas, Texas Dmoz:Regional North America United States Texas Localities D Dallas commons:Dallas, Texas

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and Chicago. ''Labyrinth'' was featured in an exhibition titled ‘Jim Henson’s Magic World’ that was shown at the Seibu Department Store (Seibu Department Stores) in Tokyo in August 1986. Sarah Blaffer was born on July 11, 1946, in Dallas, Texas. She

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. Background The sleeve states that ''Live Evil'' was recorded in Seattle, San Antonio and Dallas, but doesn't give the venues or recording dates for the individual songs. (Black Sabbath played Seattle on 23–24 April 1982, Dallas on 12 May, and San Antonio on 13 May 1982.) To further confuse matters, during a radio broadcast of his band Dio (Dio (band)), recorded live in 1983 in Fresno, CA, Ronnie James Dio says, "Just in case you didn't know, the album ''Live Evil


'''Dallas''' The United States Census Bureau's estimate for the city's population increased to 1,257,676, as of 2013.

The city is the largest economic center of the 12-county Dallas–Fort Worth–Arlington (Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex) metropolitan area, which had a population of 6,810,913 as of July 1, 2013. and was 14th in world rankings of GDP by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.

Located in North Texas, Dallas is the main core of the largest inland metropolitan area in the United States that lacks any navigable link to the sea.

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