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  • David Jon Gilmour (born 6 March 1946) is an English musician, singer, songwriter, and philanthropist, most famous for his work as the guitarist and and
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  • you do! You're the Doctor; you save people! The Doctor: Not this time. Pompeii is a fixed point in history; what happens, happens. There is no stopping
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  • are fixed, some things are in flux. Pompeii is fixed. David Tennant as The Doctor Doctor Who, The Fires of Pompeii, written by James Morgan All are architects
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  • Floyd:Live at Pompeii (1972) is a concert film by Pink Floyd. Along with footage of the band performing their music in an ancient Pompeii ampitheatre,
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  • March 2003) Technology and the machine resurrected San Francisco while Pompeii still slept in her ashes. Silas Bent, Machine Made Man, p. 326. (1930)
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  • the late 1950s before a revival in the 1960s, including starring in Up Pompeii!. He was undergoing a second revival in the early 1990s at the time of
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  • Guiscard, V, 5. On dreary night let lusty sunshine fall. Friedrich Schiller, Pompeii and Herculaneum. To all, to each, a fair good night, And pleasing dreams;
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  • Evolution of the Daleks. In 42. In Voyage of the Damned (x2). In The Fires of Pompeii. In Midnight (x2). In The Next Doctor. In Planet of the Dead. In The Wedding
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  • lights dead and the flowers faded. Edward Bulwer-Lytton, Last Days of Pompeii, Chapter V Alone!—that worn-out word, So idly spoken, and so coldly heard;
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  • (1674), I, 232. Fool me no fools. Edward Bulwer-Lytton, Last Days of Pompeii, Book III, Chapter 6. Folly loves the martyrdom of Fame. Lord Byron, Monody
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  • doesn't become whoever, you know. He doesn't become us." Pink Floyd: Live at Pompeii "In the finished article, the only thing that is important is whether
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  • Point, and having pointed, POUNCE! Oh, I haven't laughed so much since Pompeii! What, what, what! The Glove's losing his touch! Ah, here you are, my glovey-dovey
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  • act v, scene 1. Fool me no fools. Edward Bulwer-Lytton, Last Days of Pompeii (1834), book iii, chapter vi. Front me no fronts. John Ford, The Lady's
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  • confident pretence that the decision was based on reason. Robert Harris, in Pompeii (2003). Jingshen is the Mandarin word for spirit and vivacity. It is an
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  • found in the museum of Naples [in 1882] – in the simplicity of the work of Pompeii and the Egyptians. These priestesses in their silver-grey tunics are just
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  • both overcome by a catastrophe similar to those that struck Sodom and Pompeii. So I am trying to illustrate the last stages of the disintegration of
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  • Jedediah: Where the heck are we? [The Pompeii volcano starts to erupt.] Octavius: Ohh... Pompeii. [They run away in the Pompeii exhibit as lava comes after them
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  • letters between distinguished Romans, and manuscripts being discovered at Pompeii or elsewhere, which confirmed in the most striking manner all that was
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  • with me. Well, a little bit. The Fires of Pompeii [4.2] (12 April 2008) I am... Spartacus. The Fires of Pompeii [4.2] (12 April 2008) Donna: You are completely
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  • Hess, Taschen, Köln, 2006, p. 34 the quote is referring to his painting 'Pompeii', Baziotes made in 1955 Well, I looked at Picasso [at the Picasso exhibition
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