The Bears won 30–13, and were headed to the playoffs for the first time since 1979. See full article, 1984–85 NFL Playoffs. The first-round matchup sent the 10–6 Bears to Washington, a team that had lost to the Los Angeles Raiders in Super Bowl XVIII.
More than 100 groups opposed to the Pope’s visit protested the financing of it with public money during a time of government budget cuts. The Pope’s first event on August 19 was a visit with women religious at the Patio de los Reyes de El Escorial in Madrid.
Two notable artists who frequently employed this technique are Fernando Botero and Alberto Gironella. Colombian figurative artist Fernando Botero, whose work features unique puffy figures in various situations addressing themes of power, war, and social issues, has used this technique to draw parallels between current governing bodies and the Spanish monarchy.
They called it Spanish because of its tango or habanera beat. The habanera had previously arrived in the Caribbean from West Africa. They would just hang onto each other and just grind back and forth in one spot all night.
He was the principal violist with the Rebel Baroque Orchestra from 1998 - 2009. He appeared as a guest on Jim Henson’s The Ghost of Faffner Hall as a member of the Como String Quartet in 1988. As a member of Quatuor Danel (Danel Quartet), specialising in the string quartets of Dmitri Shostakovich, Bucknell has appeared at Wigmore Hall and in many other European halls, and on Radio France.
Demas T. Craw. Demas Thurlow Nick Craw (April 9, 1900 – November 8, 1942) was a United States Army Air Forces officer and a recipient of the United States military’s highest decoration—the Medal of Honor—for his actions in World War II. Craw and Maj. Pierpont M.
Carolina Ferni. Carolina Ferni (20 August 1846 – 4 June 1926) was an Italian violinist and operatic soprano. Ferni was born in Como. She began her career as a violinist in Paris and Brussels, and later studied voice with famed soprano Giuditta Pasta.