On 20 October 1937, Chamberlain wrote to Hore-Belisha: I have been reading in Europe in Arms by Liddell Hart. If you have not already done so you might find it interesting to glance at this, especially the chapter on the Role of the British Army.
Danilia tinei. Danilia tinei is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Chilodontidae. Monterosato (1914) figured the holotype from Calcara’s collection and distinguished as separate species the fossil Danilia otaviana and the two Recent Danilia tinei and Danilia horrida (Costa, 1861) = costellata (Costa, 1861), followed in this by Palazzi & Villari (2001).
Kornog. Unique to Breton groups, the band’s approach is intended for listening and not specifically for the traditional Fest Noz dance circuit, and contains the Scots ballads of bouzouki and mandolin player Jamie McMenemy.
The song’s underlying air of quiet desperation stretched to the breaking point is enhanced by brilliant use of dynamics and some truly mind-boggling, strangled guitar fills near the end. According to Otis Rush, the song’s title was inspired by a comment by a woman upon viewing her hand during a card game trouble, trouble, trouble, trouble, double troubles.
The intro, first strain and second strain are all in the key of concert A and the piece is written in cut time. The tempo may range 120 to 160 beats per minute. The introduction lasts eight measures with the ensemble playing three chords of A, then D minor second-inversion with concert F in the bass voices and then another A chord second-inversion with the basses having a concert E.
The line would allow direct high-speed services to Stockholm, as well as regional services to Robertsfors, Skellefteå and Piteå and existing stations on the Bothnia Line. The plans for Luleå C involve moving the freight terminal out of the city center, and expanding the passenger station to allow for increased traffic.
It took Randel and his wife Matilda two years, from 1819 to 1820, to finish the maps, working from their new home, having moved to Orange, New Jersey. He needed, asked for, and received an extension from the Common Council to complete the task, and even then he did not quite make the deadline, delivering the last maps in September 1820, about four months late.