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  • created by Adam Reed Jonathan Archer, fictional captain of the starship Enterprise in the television show Star Trek: Enterprise Nancy Archer, fictional title
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  • like Dr. Cochrane and Henry Archer,who worked so hard to develop it, so it's only fitting that Archer's son Jonathan Archer, will command the first starship
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  • Jonathan Swift (30 November 1667 – 19 October 1745) was an Irish writer and satirist, acclaimed as one of the finest prose satirist in the English language
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  • Archers ever Have two strings to a bow; and shall great Cupid (Archer of archers both in men and women), Be worse provided than a common archer? George
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  • existence in time. Plato, Timaeus (ca. 360 BC) 37C-38B, as quoted by R. D. Archer-Hind, The Timaeus of Plato (1888) And when the father who begat it perceived
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  • Mine's Gizmo! Archer: Just because you can't see something doesn't mean it's not there. Archer: What's your name? Alan: Alan. Now, shut up! Archer: Greetings
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  • Curate (1622; 1647), Act II, scene 5, Song The arrow belongs not to the archer when it has once left the bow; the word no longer belongs to the speaker
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  • Ellen Olenska: I think we should look at reality, not dreams. Newland Archer: I just want us to be together! Ellen Olenska: I can't be your wife, Newland
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  • Arakawa, Hiromu Araki, Sadao Arany, János Arbuckle, Roscoe Arbuthnot, John Archer, Jeffrey Archilochus Archimedes Archpoet Arden, Don Ardrey, Robert Arellano
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  • De Rerum Natura, III. 18. No wonder Cupid is a murderous boy; A fiery archer making pain his joy. His dam, while fond of Mars, is Vulcan's wife, And
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  • unknowable fictional character is, yes. When asked if Debbie Aldridge (her Archers character) is now part of her life. Is that what he said? Is that what
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  • Us is magic competition show. 'Penn and Teller - Fool Us', is hosted by Jonathan Ross. It challenges aspiring magicians to perform in front of Penn and
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  • (credited), Power Ring (uncredited) Jim Meskimen - Captain Super (credited), Red Archer (uncredited) Kari Wührer - Model Citizen (credited), Black Canary (uncredited)
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  • existence in time. Plato, Timaeus (ca. 360 BC) 37C-38B, as quoted by R. D. Archer-Hind, The Timaeus of Plato (1888) And when the father who begat it perceived
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  • least it may offer some suggestion of it; and he will act like prudent archers, who, seeing that the mark they plan to hit is too far away and knowing
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  • Archers, The Blue Jam Brain of Britain Down Gilead Lane The History of Rock and Roll It's Been a Bad Week Jack Benny Program, The Jonathan Park
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  • [after finding Clark] Jonathan Kent: Kids just don't fall out of the sky, Martha. Martha Kent: Then where did he come from? Jonathan Kent: I don't know.
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  • guardsmen march off up the hill, leaving the dead and wounded behind. Jules Archer on the Kent State shootings, "Kent State—the Tragedy that Shook the Nation
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  • language has no word. Fridtjof Nansen, Eskimo Life (1891), tr. William Archer (1893), p. 162 in the second edition (1894) 'Tis a principle of war that
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  • knowledge of it, then, have a great influence on life? Shall we not, like archers who have a mark to aim at, be more likely to hit upon what we should? If
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