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(10.) Gil Imber, "Reviewing Instant Replay: Observations and Implications from Repiay's Inaugural Season." Baseball Research Journal 44, no.
The first movement of One Art, "Imber Nocturnus," has two and three bar phrases at the beginning that later are broken down into fragments.
The discussion of Laurence and Alice Oliphant's encounter with Naphtali Herz Imber, for example, gives a fascinating insight into the thought-world of early supporters of a Jewish homeland.
The first fish and the heaviest bag of the weekend was recorded by Jim Imber of Cramlington, who won a voucher for two day's salmon fishing on the fishery''s stretch of the River Coquet.
Has there been a greater maverick in modern Jewish life than Naftali Herz Imber? One newspaper captioned its death notice "On Simchat Torah all shikorim are sober." Yet some ten thousand people followed his coffin to his grave with two hundred policemen needed to keep order, and there was no shortage of men of eminence to sing his praises at his burial.
Nine of Canvey's 16 league victories this season have been achieved on the road and they should travel to Imber Court with plenty of confidence after Saturday's impressive 3-1 victory at home to play-off-chasing rivals Hendon.
Nephtali Herz Imber, author of the Israeli national anthem Hatikvah, died in the United States in 1909 far from the land of Israel that he had such hopes for.
Drawing from Murdoch's philosophical work, Wagner-Lawlor examines Murdoch 's promotion of the "work" that art does in educating our moral sensibilities over the kinds of work (work on the land; intellectual work) her Imber Court communitarians engage in.
Imber Tuck, the Equal Justice Distinguished Service Award; Charles L.
Colin Imber's "Crusade of Varna, 1443-1445" does a fine job unraveling the complex strands that formed the campaign in which Sultan Murad II defeated the Christian host led by King Vladislav of Poland and Hungary.
Excellent surveys by historians such as Colin Imber and Caroline Finkel have met Lewis's pleading to hear the Turks in their own words; Philip Mansel has celebrated Constantinople's vitality after 1453; Jason Goodwin's meditation on Ottoman history has been something of a minor popular success.
Our host Robert Imber even took us on a Through The Keyhole-style tour of Elvis and Priscilla Presley's honeymoon retreat.
Concurring, Justice Annabelle Clinton Imber argued that the requirement interfered with Rule 11, which governs the handling of improper filings.