Whereas in western fiction, the Headmasters result from the merging of a Transformer with an organic alien being from the planet Nebulos, the Headmasters of the Japanese series are a group of small Cybertronians who departed the planet millions of years ago and crash-landed on the inhospitable planet Master.
Buttisholz. Buttisholz is a municipality located in the Sursee district of Lucerne, Switzerland. Buttisholz is first mentioned in 1036 as Buttensulza. Buttisholz has an area of. Of this area, 73.7% is used for agricultural purposes, while 17% is forested.
In 1995, her next album, Blonde, strongly marked a musical shift and a more electronic experimentation, with less commercial sounds and new collaborations with many artists including Étienne Daho (on the song Blonde ) and Françoise Hardy ( Un peu, beaucoup ).
After Sally and Stephanie, who had become friends, drowned their sorrows, a soused Sally gave Stephanie a sloppy haircut. For Christmas, Stephanie gave Sally a locket with both their pictures inside. Stephanie and Brooke bonded briefly when Ridge was believed to be dead.
Since then, ABC Classics has released two CDs of his music. Attraction of Opposites (2005) features music for strings. Exaltate Dominum (2007), with Cantillation and Sinfonia Australis, conducted by Paul Stanhope, includes his Christmas Mass A Child is Born, Three Psalms, The Canticles of Advent and other works for choir and soloists.
Braniff encouraged passengers with confirmed tickets to contact their credit card companies for refunds. An announcement was made the following Tuesday, July 7, 1992, that the beleaguered carrier might refund tickets that were paid for with cash or checks.
Saint-Brieuc Cathedral. Saint-Brieuc Cathedral Basilica () is a Roman Catholic cathedral, and a national monument of Brittany (France), located in the town of Saint-Brieuc. The central porch is flanked by two sturdy towers: the 14th-century Tour Brieuc. which is 92 feet high and the 15th-century Tour Marie, which is 108 feet in height.
Atkinson also worked on seven churches, including Durham Cathedral, and All Saints’, Newton Heath (1814–16), the only one wholly rebuilt to his designs.He made minor modifications to a handful of public buildings, all in the London, including the Ordnance office in Pall Mall (demolished), the Tower of London, and Woolwich Arsenal.