led to the ''Edwards v. Aguillard'' ruling that teaching creation science in public schools (Public school (government funded)) was unconstitutional. Dembski was part of that group at a symposium at Southern Methodist University in Dallas in March 1992, before they came to call themselves "The Wedge (wedge strategy)". Barbara Forrest, The Wedge at Work. Talk Reason, Chapter 1 of the book
"Intelligent Design Creationism and Its Critics" (MIT Press, 2001). Retrieved May 28, 2007. In 1987, the phrase "intelligent design" replaced "creation science" in drafts of a book, ''Of Pandas and People'' that was intended for secondary-school students. The phrase referred to the idea that life was created (creation myth) through unspecified processes by an intelligent but unidentified designer. The book asserted that there was a logical need for such a designer because of the appearance of design in biological organisms. This replacement was intended to evade the ''Edwards v. Aguillard'' ruling. The book was published in 1989 amidst campaigning by the publisher for the introduction of "intelligent design" into school science classes. Parts of the system may have to be tolled in the future to meet maintenance and expansion demands, as has been done with adding toll HOV HOT lanes (High occupancy toll and express toll lanes) in cities such as San Diego (San Diego, California), Salt Lake City (Salt Lake City, Utah), Minneapolis (Minneapolis, Minnesota), Houston, Denver, Dallas, Atlanta, and Washington, D.C.. Although part of the tolling is an effect of the SAFETEA-LU act, which has put an emphasis on toll roads as a means to reduce congestion. Wikipedia:Dallas, Texas Dmoz:Regional North America United States Texas Localities D Dallas commons:Dallas, Texas
history.lasso Galveston Daily News: History of the Daily News price Free headquarters Dallas, Texas, USA ISSN 0732-0299 website dallasobserver.com The '''''Dallas Observer''''' is a free alternative weekly newspaper distributed around the Dallas, Texas (USA). At its inception, it was conceived as a weekly local arts and cinema review publication, with the credo "Advocate for Excellence in the Arts" on the cover. For a time during the early years, the paper switched to a biweekly publishing scheduling. Eventually, the paper reverted to a weekly schedule, and began concentrating less on the arts. While it is now known for its investigative stories of the local government, it also covers local sports stories, restaurants, events, and concerts. caption The Centennial Building in Fair Park location Bounded by Texas and Pacific RR, Pennsylvania, Second, and Parry Aves Dallas, Texas locmapin Texas '''Fair Park''' is a Wikipedia:Dallas, Texas Dmoz:Regional North America United States Texas Localities D Dallas commons:Dallas, Texas
was wrongly convicted of a warehouse robbery. In a bold move, the plotline was leaked to the tabloid press, and as Marie Jackson began the ''Free George Jackson'' campaign on-screen, the press followed, creating huge levels of media hype similar to those seen when US soap ''Dallas'' featured the 'Who shot J.R.?' plot of 1980, and ''Crossroads (Crossroads (soap opera))'' leaked the motel fire storyline of November 1981. Viewing figures rose as the hype continued; a record called "Free George Jackson" by Blazing Saddles was released, and merchandise was produced, including T-shirts and posters. Even though the storyline ultimately had a low-key conclusion (Cliff Howells who played George resigned and George Jackson stayed in prison), the plot helped ''Brookside'' on the pathway to success, particularly when the Corkhills arrived to replace the departed Jackson family in September 1985. Brookside. The First 10 Years. The Authorised History. Boxtree. Pages 94 and 95 cover entire storyline 20 Years of Brookside by Graham Kibble-White. Pages 27 to 29 cover entire storyline Owned by Hoak Media of Dallas, Texas, the tower broadcasts at 356 kW (Watt#Kilowatt) for television station KVLY-TV (channel 11 PSIP, an NBC affiliate) which is based in Fargo (Fargo, North Dakota). The tower provides a broadcast area of roughly Wikipedia:Dallas, Texas Dmoz:Regional North America United States Texas Localities D Dallas commons:Dallas, Texas
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''' is a compilation DVD by Judas Priest released in 2003. Featuring Music Videos, BBC performances & a concert filmed in Dallas, Texas during the 1986 'Fuel for Life' Tour: '''El Chico''' is a restaurant chain in the Southern United States. The first restaurant was opened in 1940 in Oak Lawn, in Dallas, Texas and now, they have 78 locations. Official website The restaurant serves
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to Judgment publisher IMDb It is a black and white film, 122 minutes long. It has also been shown on BBC TV as part of the much longer (300 minutes) film entitled ''The Death of Kennedy.'' Included are several video clips showing Dealey Plaza how it existed in 1963 and 1966, clips of Lee Harvey Oswald, Dallas Chief of Police Jesse Curry, Dallas District Attorney Henry Wade, Jack Ruby, and his defense attorney Melvin Belli. death_date
-major-pain title Rapper Chamillionaire's Warning To The Majors?! Plans To Bring 'Major Pain' publisher Hiphoprx.com date 2009-12-29 accessdate 2012-03-27 Due to the 2010 NBA All-Star Game taking place in Dallas, Texas, Chamillionaire released a new song, "The Main Event (Main Event (song))", on February 11, 2010 via free download. It features fellow Texas rappers Paul Wall, Slim Thug & Dorrough. "Every artist on the song with me has independent hustle and strength in the streets," he said. "It's an All-Star song, so what better place to shoot the video than All-Star Weekend, right here in our own backyard." Wikipedia:Dallas, Texas Dmoz:Regional North America United States Texas Localities D Dallas commons:Dallas, Texas
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
'''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.