It is a 2-1⁄2 story brick building with a gabled roof and tower. A tall 2-1⁄2 story gabled section projects from the front, with single-story porches on either side, sheltering the original entrances. The front of the projection has corner pilasters, round-arch recessed panels, narrow round-arch windows, a wider round-arch window at the gable, and decorative brickwork at the cornice.
The diamond-shaped tower was patented by Nicholas Gerten and Ralph Jenner for Blaw-Knox July 29, 1930. and was one of the first mast radiators. Previous antennas for medium and long wave broadcasting usually consisted of wires strung between masts, but in the Blaw-Knox antenna, as in modern AM broadcasting mast radiators, the metal mast structure itself functioned as the antenna.
Orbie is a type of yellow-and-blue ball, voiced by Maria Darling. Here are the episodes and songs in order. The numbers means it’s an episode and the word ‘song’ means it’s a song. Series 1. 1. Hide and Seek (2 April 2002)
Females prefer nesting on beaches free of artificial lighting. On developed beaches, nests are often clustered around tall buildings, perhaps because they block out the man-made light sources. Loggerhead hatchlings are drawn toward the brighter area over the water which is the consequence of the reflection of moon and star light.
The two worked on two magazines together, Gare du Nord and Scarlet, and self-published a compendium of their own books, The Scarlet Cabinet, which contained Notley’s Descent of Alette. Descent would grow to be Notley’s most widely read and taught collection after its reprinting by Penguin in 1996.
The Delmore Brothers Freight Train Boogie shows how country music and blues were being blended to form the genre which would become known as rockabilly. The Sun Records-era rockabilly sound used wild country boogie piano as part of its sound.
All other reasonable choreographers were at the time unavailable. Rehearsals for Sylvia begin on August 15, 1875, with only the first third of the music intact. Throughout the rehearsal period the score was under constant revision by Delibes, often with the aid of Mérante and Rita Sangalli who would each dance a lead rôle.