He is well known for translating several works of Jules Verne in Gujarati such as Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea as Sagarsamrat, The Clipper of the Clouds as Gaganraj, Journey to the Center of the Earth as Patal Pravesh, The Mysterious Island as Sahasikoni Srishti (1934), Around the World in Eighty Days as Enshi Divasma Prithvini Pradakshina, Five Weeks in a Balloon as Baloon Pravas.
The top ten ranking are as follows: Classical composers such as Johann Pachelbel, who is known today almost solely for Pachelbel’s Canon despite being very popular in his own time, are also sometimes described as one-hit wonders.
After seven years he opened a small workshop with hardly any tools. He made many lenses but had little recognition until 1847 when he hired his second and third apprentice. In 1847 Carl Zeiss started making microscopes full-time.
Historically, they spoke the Coptic language, a direct descendant of the Demotic Egyptian that was spoken during the Roman era. The Coptic language is a focus of Coptology and remains in liturgical use, although most Copts today speak Arabic.
Beginning May 1, 1917, he received a series of assignments, as officer in charge of the Information Division, with a promotion to major on June 27, as assistant executive officer of the Aeronautical Division, and then as executive officer after it became the Air Division on October 1.
The Tour of Flanders is the only classic to have been held on German-occupied territory during the Second World War and in full agreement with the German command. The Germans not only allowed and enjoyed the race but helped police the route as well.
Southend has one cinema – the Odeon Multiplex at Victoria Circus which has eight screens. The borough of Southend had at one time a total of 18 cinema theatres, with the most famous being the Odeon (formerly the Astoria Theatre), which as well as showing films hosted live entertainers including the Beatles and Laurel and Hardy.