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With his menacing mutter and intimidating demeanour, he was often cast as a villain or stern military types. He is best remembered for his performances in Jaws, in which he portrayed a shark hunter named Quint, and The Sting, where he played the conned mobster, Doyle Lonnegan. His mother, Doreen, was a former nurse born in Piggs Peak, Swaziland and he had three sisters, Elisabeth, Joanna and Wendy, and one brother, Alexander.
When he was 7, the moved to Stromness, Orkney. When he was 12, his father, an alcoholic, took his own life, the family then moved to Cornwall, where he went to the independent Truro School. Shaw began his career in theatre, appearing in regional theatre throughout England.
Inhe made his London debut in the West End at the Embassy Theatre and he developed his formidable, piercing shouting technique. His first novel, The Hiding Place, published in and his next, The Sun Doctor, published the following year, was awarded the Hawthornden Prize in Shaw then embarked on a trilogy of novels — The Flag, The Man in the Glass Booth and his adaptation for the stage of The Man in the Glass Booth gained him the most attention for his writing.
The Man in the Glass Booth was further developed for the screen, however, Shaw viewed the completed film before its release and asked to have his name reinstated.
Then he phoned Eddie Anhalt, the screenwriter, and congratulated him because he thought it was—just kept the tone he wanted, and he phoned Mort Abrahams the Executive Producer to see if he could get his name put on the final credits.
But it was too late to restore his name, all the prints were all made, Shaw also adapted The Hiding Place into a screenplay for the film Situation Hopeless 2. He was one of the prominent figures of the years at the turn of the century. Born in into one of the wealthiest and most influential families in Boston, as an adult, RGS II gained a reputation for alcohol abuse and promiscuity.
Both of his sons suffered from depression, alcoholism, and legal difficulties, Bobby was arrested in England for homosexuality, he eventually committed suicide in Louis Agassiz Shaw II murdered his year-old maid infor which he never stood trial and he was determined to be unfit for trial and was remanded instead to a psychiatric hospital, where he resided for nearly the rest of his life.
His paternal grandparents were Robert Gould Shaw and Elizabeth Willard Parkman and his maternal grandfather was Louis Agassiz, a prominent paleontologist, glaciologist, geologist, and scholar of the Earths natural history who immigrated from Switzerland in His first cousin was Francis Parkman, Jr. A maternal uncle was Alexander Emanuel Agassiz, who served as president of Calumet and Hecla Mining Company from — and his cousin Rodolphe Louis Agassiz was a ten goal polo champion who later became chairman of the board of the Calumet and Hecla Mining Company.
The couple were married in Maysettling in Cliveden, a present from his father, inNancy ran for Parliament and won, becoming the first woman to sit as a Member of Parliament in the House of Commons 3. When Shaw was five years old, the moved to a large estate in West Roxbury. During his teens he traveled and studied for years in Europe.
Inthe moved to Staten Island, New York, settling among a community of literati and abolitionists. From until he attended Harvard University, joining the Porcellian Club, but he withdrew before graduating.
Shaw was approached by his father while in camp in late to take command of a new all-black regiment, at first, he declined the offer, but after careful thought, he accepted the position. Shaws letters clearly state that he was dubious about a black unit succeeding, but the dedication of his men deeply impressed him.
On learning that black soldiers would receive less pay than white ones, the enlisted men of the 54th Massachusetts Infantry refused pay until Congress granted them full back pay at the white pay rate in August Shaw was promoted to major on March 31, Shaw was initially ordered by Colonel James Montgomery to perform the burning but he refused.
He goes on to say, We are outlawed, and therefore not bound by the rules of regular warfare, ironically, the original Scottish founders of Darien had signed the first Petition against the Introduction of Slavery in the colony of Georgia. The 54th Regiment was sent to Charleston, South Carolina to take part in the operations against the Confederates stationed there, on July 18, along with two brigades of white troops, the 54th assaulted Confederate Battery Wagner.
As the unit hesitated in the face of fierce Confederate fire, Shaw led his men into battle by shouting, Forward, Fifty-Fourth and he mounted a parapet and urged his men forward, but was shot through the chest three times and died almost instantly.
According to the Colors Sergeant of the 54th, he was shot and killed trying to lead the unit forward. The victorious Confederates buried him in a grave with many of his men 4. Seinfeld — Seinfeld is an American sitcom that originally ran for nine seasons on NBC, from to It was created by Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld, the latter starring as a version of himself.
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It is often described as being a show about nothing, as many of its episodes are about the minutiae of daily life, Seinfeld was produced by Castle Rock Entertainment.
In syndication, the series has been distributed by Sony Pictures Television sincea favorite among critics, the series led the Nielsen ratings in seasons six and nine, and finished among the top two every year from to Main Jerry Seinfeld — Jerry is a minor celeb stand-up comedian who is depicted as the voice of reason amidst the general insanity generated by the people in his world.
The in-show character is a mild germaphobe and neat freak, as well as an avid Superman, New York Mets, Jerrys apartment is the center of a world visited by his eccentric friends and a focus of the show. Plot lines often involve Jerrys social interactions and romantic relationships around New York City and he typically finds minor, pedantic reasons to break up with women, including a habit of eating peas one at a time, oversized man hands and an irritating laugh.
Other plot lines involve his longtime enemy Newman and his overbearing relatives, Elaine Benes — Elaine is Jerrys ex-girlfriend and later friend.
She is attractive and genial, while also being humorous, arrogant and she sometimes has a tendency to be too honest with people, which often gets her into trouble. She usually gets caught up in her boyfriends quirks, eccentric employers unusual behaviors and idiosyncrasies, and she tends to make poor choices in men she chooses to date and is often overly reactionary.
First she works at Pendant Publishing with Mr. Lippman, is hired as a personal assistant for Mr. One of Elaines trademark moves is her forceful shove while exclaiming Get Out, when she receives good, objectionable or surprising news. Another is her memorable Little Kicks dance move, which is described as a full body heave accompanied by a double-fisted thumbs-up and she hates The English Patient, which is met with significant social disapproval.
Elaine is popularly described as an amalgamation of Davids and Seinfelds girlfriends during their days in New York as struggling comedians. Cosmo Kramer — Kramer is Jerrys wacky neighbor and his trademarks include his humorous upright pompadour hairstyle, vintage clothes, and energetic sliding bursts through Jerrys apartment door. Kramer was heavily based on a neighbor of Davids during his amateur comedic years in Manhattan and this is seen in his success with women and employers 5.
Its first congress was held in in Geneva, in Europe, a period of harsh reaction followed the widespread Revolutions of The next major phase of activity began almost twenty years later with the founding of the IWA in At its peak, the IWA reported having 8 million members, in the organization split in two over conflicts between communist and anarchist factions.
The Second International was founded infollowing the January Uprising in Poland inFrench and British workers started to discuss developing a closer working relationship. Henri Tolain, Perrachon, and Limousin visited London in Julyhere there was discussion of the need for an international organization, which would, amongst other things, prevent the import of foreign workers to break strikes.
On September 28, an international meeting for the reception of the French delegates took place in St. The positivist historian Edward Spencer Beesly, a professor at London University, was in the chair, george Odger, Secretary of the London Trades Council, read a speech calling for international co-operation. The meeting unanimously decided to found an organisation of workers.
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Other members were, Louis Wolff, Johann Eccarius, and at the foot of the list, Marx participated in his individual capacity, and did not speak during the meeting. This subcommittee deferred the task of writing in favor of sole authorship by Marx. On October 5, the General Council was formed with co-opted additional members representing other nationalities and it was based at the headquarters of the Universal League for the Material Elevation of the Industrious Classes at 18 Greek Street.
Wolff left for Italy, and Lubez rewrote it in a way which appalled Marx, through deft manipulation of the sub-committee Marx was left with all the papers, and set about writing the Address to the Working Classes to which was attached a simplified set of rules.
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At first the IWA had mostly male membership, although in April it was agreed that women could become members, the initial leadership was exclusively male. On 25 June Law was admitted to the General Council, due to the wide variety of philosophies present in the First International, there was conflict from the start. The first objections to Marxs influence came from the Mutualists who opposed communism and statism, however, shortly after Mikhail Bakunin and his followers joined inthe First International became polarised into two camps, with Marx and Bakunin as their respective figureheads 6.
The film is inspired by Aesops fable The Ant and the Grasshopper, production began shortly after the release of Toy Story in The screenplay was penned by Stanton and comedy writers Donald McEnery, the ants in the film were redesigned to be more appealing, and Pixars animation unit employed new technical innovations in computer animation.
During production, the filmmakers became embroiled in a feud with DreamWorks Animation due to their similar film Antz. The film was released to theaters on November 25, and was a box office success, surpassing competition and it received positive reviews from film critics, who commended the storyline and animation, while others criticized it by comparing it to Antz. The film has released multiple times on home video.
Flik, an individualist and would-be inventor, lives in a colony of ants in the middle of a dry creek and they are led by Princess Atta and her mother, the Queen. The colony is oppressed by a gang of marauding grasshoppers, led by Hopper, one day, when the annual offering is inadvertently knocked into a stream by Fliks latest invention, a grain harvesting device, the grasshoppers demand twice as much food as compensation.
When Flik suggests in earnest that they seek help from other stronger bugs, the other ants see it as an opportunity to be rid of him, and send him off. Making his way to the bug city, the naive Flik mistakes a troupe of circus bugs that have recently been dismissed by their money-hungry ringmaster, flea, for the warrior bugs he seeks. Needs backing, support and time In each of the last three Decembers, Swansea has sacked their managers.
If the club is serious about returning to what made them so unique, he must not be the fourth. The Championship is a tough, gruelling league and it will be a surprise to see the Swans make a swift return to the top-flight. After all, managerially speaking, Potter has no experience of the English game.
The Englishman played for Birmingham City and Stoke City, including a raft of lower league sides, and does at least have an understanding of playing in the English pyramid. If Swansea are to truly regain their identity, the board must stay patient. Andrew and Jordan Ayew have the potential to set the Championship alight, but need the right guidance. Lukasz Fabianski and Alfie Mawson look set to depart so the priority will be to bring in a defender and goalkeeper who can fit in straight away.
But Potter needs backing, time and money if his Swans are to spread their wings once again. English Literature undergraduate at the University of Exeter, looking to pursue a career in sports journalism. For a collection of my work, visit.