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the decade from 1930 to 1939

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Players then were lean, not muscular, as weight training would only become part of mainstream athletic training at the end of the 1930's. Players did not have tattoos, as these were evidence of criminal activity.
These include a steep hipped roof (rather than today's more usual shallow pitched gable roof), bay windows, coved ceiling cornices, larger than average rooms and wide hallways - features reminiscent of the 1930's style, but cleverly combined with the economy and convenience of modern layouts.
Another American star from the 1930's, Ben Lyon, picked Hell's Angels to screen.
Watching James Herriot while looking after a litter of puppies reminds me of why I entered the veterinary profession and while modern veterinary practice has obviously changed a great deal since the 1930's, the fundamental desire to help animals in need is just as relevant today.
Since the Delta of the 1930's is known for its racial tensions, the story I felt needed to be told was one of a positive nature--the innocence of children of different colors growing up together in a rural farming area.
The argument of the 1930's was cast less in terms of banks that were "too big to fail" than as a response to the faulty advice that banks had offered their clients.
Befitting the affluent "Belle" trains of the 1930's, each air conditioned carriage bears the name of a famous and significant stately home while the interior is in a magnificent, stunning and distinctive burgundy and cream livery.
Set in the 1930's southern India, against the backdrop of a growing nationalist movement, the film features Bollywood's outstanding actors Nandita Das and Rahul Bose.
The 12m cavity, complete with high density piling and supports will house the foundation and basements of a signature collection of 343 '1930's New York' inspired apartments that comprise studios, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three bedroom units.
Auctioneer Christopher Ironmonger said the star of the auction would be a Ferdinand Priess 1930's Gymnast figure timepiece entitled Ecstasy, which is estimated at pounds 4,000- pounds 6,000.
The diner's branding utilizes a mixture of art deco and New York City 1930's themes, along with images from superhero comic books, murals and advertisements from the 1930's.
Pat "Pinky" Foley was a lightweight New England Champion Boxer in the 1930's and 40's.
Before the cowboy singer took over as Country music's mascot in the 1930's, it was the mountain man of the 1920's, romanticized by novels and the "Great War" hero, Alvin "Tennessee Mountain Boy" York, that exemplified an earlier, rural, unfettered Anglo-Saxon America for a urban North, heavy with European immigrants.
This ideology recalls the 1930's Negritude of Aime Cesaire and Leopold Senghor as a project to restore dignity and humanity to black peoples everywhere.
Since the 1930's, Lancaster has grown relatively steadily.