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FOUR KINGS - At daybreak In The Morning /I Want To Be There; 1964 M.O.C.; Bobby Darin
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The Mists of Avalon by Del Rey
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Here is the magical legend of King Arthur, vividly retold through the eyes and lives of the women who wielded power from behind the throne. A spellbinding novel, an extraordinary literary achievement, THE MISTS OF AVALON will stay with you for a long time to come.... Review
Even readers who don't normally enjoy Arthurian legends will love this version, a retelling from the point of view of the women behind the throne. Morgaine (more commonly known as Morgan Le Fay) and Gwenhwyfar (a Welsh spelling of Guinevere) struggle for power, using Arthur as a way to score points and promote their respective worldviews. The Mists of Avalon's Camelot politics and intrigue take place at a time when Christianity is taking over the island-nation of Britain; Christianity vs. Faery, and God vs. Goddess are dominant themes.

Young and old alike will enjoy this magical Arthurian reinvention by science fiction and fantasy veteran Marion Zimmer Bradley. --Bonnie Bouman

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Track Listing DISC 1: 1. Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me - Mel Carter 2. Those Lazy, Hazy, Crazy Days of Summer - Nat King Cole 3. This Magic Moment - Jay & the Americans 4. (You Don't Know) How Glad I Am - Nancy Wilson 5. Night Has a Thousand Eyes, The - Bobby Vee 6. Danke Schoen - Wayne Newton 7. Where Have All the Flowers Gone? - The Kingston Trio 8. Jean - Oliver 9. Travelin' Man - Rick Nelson 10. I'll Never Find Another You - The Seekers 11. Honey - Bobby Goldsboro 12. Ode to Billie Joe - Bobbie Gentry 13. Wichita Lineman - Glen Campbell 14. Exodus - Ferrante & Teicher 15. Goin' out of My Head/Can't Take My Eyes Off You [Medley] - The Lettermen DISC 2: 1. Michael (Row the Boat Ashore) - The Highwaymen 2. Red Roses for a Blue Lady - Vic Dana 3. Save Your Heart for Me - Gary Lewis & the Playboys 4. By the Time I Get to Phoenix - Glen Campbell 5. Abraham, Martin and John - Dion 6. What the World Needs Now Is Love - Jackie DeShannon 7. It Must Be Him - Vikki Carr 8. Goldfinger - Shirley Bassey 9. Way You Look Tonight, The - The Lettermen 10. (Theme From) Valley of the Dolls - Dionne Warwick 11. Popsicles and Icicles - The Murmaids 12. I Love You Because - Al Martino 13. I'm Leaving It Up to You - Dale & Grace 14. Harper Valley P.T.A. - Jeannie C. Riley 15. Old Rivers - Johnny Mann Singers/Walter Brennan

Close Up: Bobby C. King

This episode of Close Up, visit one of the leading stuntman coordinators in Hollywood, Bobby C. King.

The role of Chess in modern education

The game was different then, elephants replacing the present day rooks and peasants replacing pawns. Still, the basic elements of modern chess were present: the game was played on an eight by eight board with pieces and the sole goal being to checkmate the opposing king. The game of chess has been dominated by Russians for nearly 70 years. With the exception of Bobby Fischer who won the world championship in 1972 and relinquished it in 1975 the past 11 world champions have been of Russian decent. Why are Russians the dominant figures in world chess. Chess has been part of the curriculum for most Russian schools for over 40 years. Adolescents were encouraged to play chess at a very early age to increase their problem solving and reasoning skills. Adrian de Groot, a psychologist in the 1960’s became very interested in the use of chess as an educational tool. He began studying the thinking behavior of chess players in Russia. In particular he observed that there was a significant difference approach between those who highly skilled and experienced in chess to those who were new to the game. What de Groot found was quite different: Grandmasters did not rely on superior memory skills. Grandmasters were not any better at recalling randomly placed pieces than novice chess players were. The Grandmaster however was able to take actual chess positions and in an astonishing 5 seconds recognize a complex chess configuration and decide on a successful move. It seemed that GM’s (but not novices) were able to recognize familiar configurations, and associating them with appropriate moves and plans. Researchers concluded that meaningful knowledge is stored in memory in the form of networks and patterns, and these patterns provide the roots essential for recall. Thus the expert and GM players were able to remember and recognize chunks of information. In chess these chunks are visual representations in which particular configurations are recognized. What is an involved long sequence of decision making of information for novices, is processed by experts in “one go”. It seems that other experts such as dancers, athletes and musicians operate mentally in much the same way. Source: Moves for Life Blog

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  • Photos of the Day: Feb. 24, 2015

    02/24/15 ,via The Seattle Times

    Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (C) talks with South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley (L) before U.S. President Barack Obama addressed members of the National Governors Association at the White House February 23, 2015 in Washington, DC. Obama's meeting with the

  • Republican governors worry about fate of Obamacare subsidies

    02/23/15 ,via Washington Post (blog)

    Update: An earlier version of this post mischaracterized King v. Burwell. This post has been updated to correct that characterization. Governors in Bobby Jindal (R), Sens. Richard Burr (R-N.C.) and Orrin Hatch (R-Utah), and Rep. Fred Upton (R-Mich


@Bobby_Gstring 02/19/15, @NateSucio


  • Bobby Deens Caramel Cake Recipe

    brown sugar, eggs, heavy cream, brown sugar, milk, milk, nuts, vanilla extract, vanilla extract, vanilla extract, flour, sugar, cake, frosting


  • Theatre World 2008-2009

    Hal Leonard Corporation. 2009. ISBN: 1423473698,9781423473695. 480 pages.

    Scenes from the plays and portraits of leading actors accompany a statistical record of the current season

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  • Florence A. Corn, 82

    02/22/15 ,via BlueRidgeNow

    Online condolences and sympathy cards are available by visiting www. LIBERTY, S.C. — William Junior “Bill” Ferry ... HENDERSONVILLE — Clarence Miller King, 89, of Hendersonville died Friday, February 20, 2015, at Sunny Brook Assisted Living.

  • TNA Impact Wrestling TV review.

    02/22/15 ,via Prowrestling

    The only bad/funny part of the video was it essentially said "and Bobby Roode" with ... with his attack on King. Bram avoided elimination this time. Mr. Anderson was number number nine where he brought some energy to the match. [C] Out next was the now ...

  • Early, Lillian Maxine Martin

    02/22/15 ,via The Roanoke Times

    Guidus, Deanna Early and husband, John Smith, Cynthia Early and husband, John Wilmer; grandchildren, Shanna, Christy, Bobby, Maeghan ... with Chaplain Josh King officiating. Interment will follow at East Hill Cemetery. The family will receive friends ...


Bobby C. King - IMDb

Bobby C. King, Stunts: Easy A. Bobby C. King is known for his work on Easy A (2010), Strange Wilderness (2008) and Year One (2009).


Twenty-five years of credits as a stunt coordinator/action director for stage, television and film are the result of Bobby C. King’s ability to get the job done ...

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Bobby C. King, -. 134 likes. Actor, Stuntman, Action Director, Stunt Coordinator

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