The planet Paira in Warning from Space may have been an influence in the Daiei films Gamera vs. Guiron and, which feature the planet Tera, another planet on the opposite of Earth’s orbit. Critics have also noted plot similarities to the later Toho film Monster Zero, in that a friendly planet warns Japan of the atom bomb and subsequently assists in celestial defense.
On 13 May 1941, the launch Rawea attached a buoy to a German mine that had been caught in a fishing net eight miles north-east of Bream Head. Puriri and Gale were sent to deactivate it, and arrived in the area the next day.
Industrial ships were rebalanced and optimized, with addition of the Orca-class ship, a sub-capital logistical ship with a mining command focus. The staged delivery of the expansion began with the recent implementation of new technology such as StacklessIO and EVE64 which upgraded the server hardware and streamlined communication between server and client to reduce lag.
A violent gale and snowstorm took place two days after her departure which may have contributed to her loss. Collision with an iceberg was another explanation suggested at the time. On 11 December 1875 the mystery of the City of Boston took a brief turn, that looked like it might give a solution, albeit a melodramatic one.
Bravo Bravo. Bravo Bravo (stylized as Bravo☆Bravo ) is the title of the ninth single by Hello! Project unit Buono!. The title song is the first song used for the ending theme of the anime Shugo Chara Party!, and the ninth of the entire series.
Rival Android smartphones released in 2011 such as the Samsung Galaxy SII did lag behind the 300 PPI mark due to their 800 x 400 or qHD (960 x 540) resolutions, but by 2012 phones such as the Samsung Galaxy SIII and HTC One X achieved it with HD (720p) displays around 5-inches, and by 2013 the 300+ PPI mark was found on midrange phones such as the Moto G.
A reviewer from Art Nouveau magazine also highlighted the song as one of the best tracks from the album. Dan Paridalis from 411Mania felt it was one of the better tracks from the album that delivered revealing lyrics.
Cooper compared this song to Hello, Hooray from his 1973 album Billion Dollar Babies, calling it a masterpiece and an epic song. The song went through many changes and was worked on more than any other song on the album.
Paradiso features new compositions written by Morricone for Westenra, as well as Hayley performing some of his best-known film compositions in vocalese. Westenra also contributed new English lyrics for some of Morricone’s most well-known pieces, Gabriel’s Oboe, La Califfa, and Malena.