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"I belong to the Wilderness Society, the Sierra Club, and other organized groups whose goals are to seek to preserve the wilderness and wild animals.

I naturally thought about preservation of life and survival when I wrote the poems in Nature Echo Book 1.

In Nature Echo Book 2, I took actual happenings in my own life; again, the themes were about preservation of life with its challenges. Challenges—to grow in knowledge, to face the death of my husband the death of a child, etc.—became uppermost in my daily life.

Even the disruption of a forest for a housing development stimulated my interest in the
preservation of wetlands. It is hoped that these poems will create an interest in these issues."
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John Rich (1692-1761) was a profoundly influential figure of the eighteenth-century London stage. As producer, manager, and performer, he transformed the urban entertainment market, creating genres and promotional methods still with us today. This volume gives the first comprehensive overview of Rich's multifaceted career, appreciation of which has suffered from his performing identity as Lun, London's most celebrated Harlequin. Far from the lightweight buffoon that this stereotype has suggested, Rich–the first producer of The Beggar's Opera, the founder of Covent Garden, the dauntless backer of Handel, and the promoter of the principal dancers from the Parisian opera–is revealed as an agent of changes much more enduring than those of his younger contemporary, David Garrick. Contributions by leading scholars from a range of disciplines–theatre, dance, music, art, and cultural history–provide detailed analyses of Rich's productions and representations. These findings complement Robert D. Hume's lead article, a study that radically alters our perception of Rich.

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  • 'Doctor Who' Underrated Villain of the Week: Professor Richard Lazarus

    09/29/17 ,via Geek

    Lazarus, now transformed into a humongous scorpion-like creature with a human face, must feed on human energy to survive; he drains the life-force from associate Sylvia Thaw (Thelma Barlow), and tries to do the same to Tish Jones (Gugu Mbatha-Raw). Before the 

  • Delano F. O'Dell

    10/04/17 ,via Salina Post

    Delano F. O'Dell , 83, passed away Sunday, October 1, 2017. He was born August 4,1934 to Orvis and Thelma (Barlow) O'Dell. He married Barbara Harbison, June 5, 1955. He was the Policemen Chief in Florence, Kansas For Many Years. Survivors: son, Michael 

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  • Cosmos Echo Series

    Xlibris Corporation. 2013. ISBN: 9781483619798,1483619796. 48 pages.

    Compendium of Nature Echo Series Book 1 and Book 2 I belong to the Wilderness Society, the Sierra Club, and other organized groups whose goals are to ask for to preserve the wilderness and wild animals. I naturally thought about preservation of life and survival when I wrote the poems in Nature Echo Work 1. In Nature Echo Book 2, I took actual happenings in my own life; again, the themes were about preservation of life with its challenges. Challenges—to attraction to in knowledge, to face the death of my husband the death of a child, etc.—became uppermost in my daily life. Even the disruption of a forest for a housing maturation stimulated my interest in the preservation of wetlands. It is hoped that these poems will create an interest in these issues. It was during this time that Thelma enrolled at the local university, earning a BS station. When she retired, she and her husband bought a farm, raised sheep, and grew Christmas trees. Deciding to continue her studies, she earned a the man’s degree in liberal arts at the age of sixty-six. She had two studies abroad in economics and art history. Continuing her interest in writing, she parlayed a college superior project into a book about Appalachian culture called Transformation of the Back Country, which was published in 2001. She also continued writing poetry. Her poetry has been published in seven verse anthologies, earning an Editor’s Choice Award and several runner-up mentions. She benefited from her interest in animals for her first book of poetry of the Quality Echo series and her observation of the nature of man for the second Nature Echo book.

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Thelma Barlow (née Pigott) is an English boob tube actress and writer, most famous for her roles as Mavis Wilton in the long-running ITV soap opera ...