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Crowd thanks 100-year-old Rock Hill WWII vet for great ‘country I live in’

The breakfast tables were filled at the Patty Wagon restaurant Thursday. Some people wore party hats, and then a hush came over the crowd. The door opened and a man … Click to Continue »
[07-17] Live at Scruffys in #Birmingham! I was full of a cold but had a great day #rockband #rock #rockers #musician…
[08-17] LOVE IT!! That's a wrap for #ignitionfestival 2017. Our last run was 👌 and what a crowd! #Glasgow you ROCK! #ignition #IgnitionGlasgow 🤘😝🏎💨
[07-17] @Johnhailhail Great photos John! The sky looks SO low over the mountains. Amazing country we live in #Scotland
[08-17] @SkyNews I Wonder Why every1 is so afraid of our country becoming truly great once again. If u love EU Go live in…
[06-17] Vision I want for #Scotland and children now and in future to live in a country like #Norway, they are great success role…
[07-17] It's great seeing a #crowd enjoying a gig, great performance from @seancjohnson #Birmingham…
[07-17] Big thanks to @BrownsGlasgow for hosting #GYPMonthlyDrinks last night - great venue, and a great crowd too! #Glasgow #networ…
[07-17] Big thanks to @BrownsGlasgow for hosting #GYPMonthlyDrinks last night - great venue, and a great crowd too! #Glasgow #networking
[07-17] It's great seeing a #crowd enjoying a gig, great performance from @seancjohnson #Birmingham #event #manifest...
[07-17] Perfect day in #Glasgow ended with @Radiohead at @TRNSMTfest - great crowd, no wind and fantastic sound. Bloody great.
[07-17] What a great morning - amazing stories, great items and a wonderful crowd! The queue closes at 4.30pm…
[07-17] What a great morning - amazing stories, great items and a wonderful crowd! The queue closes at 4.30 @VisitScotland…
[08-17] #reading through #thedistanthours this month!! Such a great read! #england #wwII #secrets
[08-17] Went to see #Dunkirk at the #IMAX - WOW. What an amazing film! Great to see it on the largest screen in Scotland! #Glasgow #WWII #1940s
[08-17] 🎼 Crowd singing Bohemian Rhapsody... 👑 #GreenDay #London #England #Crowd #BohemianRhapsody…
[07-17] So refreshing to watch as @_SHANTEH_ warms the crowd up ahead of @SeanCJohnson Live in #birmingham thanks to @gl360 & @ZionPr…
[07-17] So refreshing to watch as @_SHANTEH_ warms the crowd up ahead of @SeanCJohnson Live in #birmingham thanks to @gl360…
[07-17] North of Forth, looking east (to calling yellowhammers) Bass Rock ⛰🐦, the hill on the left & North Berwick Law to…
[07-17] @Stormzy1 Enjoy the #glasgow crowd. They party like no other and really appreciate great artists 😃🎶#TRNSMT
[07-17] Great crowd this afternoon. #glasgow #encontro @SambaYaBamba
To clarify for those who are not sure or were not aware they were getting it wrong…Great Britain is compromised of three countries: England, Scotland and Wales – they are all on the one more well-known island.United Kingdom is compromised of Great Britain and the country of Northern Ireland – this country is on the island to the right of Great Britain; and below, on the same island, is the country of the Republic of Ireland.
Can you go to a country with other passport when home citizenship is not allowed in country? [duplicate]
Visiting Iran as a dual EU-American citizen Currently, US citizens are somewhat banned from going to Iran. Even while US citizens are not banned, it is still a generally dangerous place to go as a US citizen. Switzerland, however, does have good consular relations with Iran and their citizens are not banned. This leads to my question: if (theoretically of course) a US and Swiss dual-citizen who is of no persian descent wants to travel to a country such as Iran strictly as a tourist, can he/she go with that Swiss passport legally, and can he/she remain safe in that country? Would Iran be able to figure out that you are a US citizen?
Incheon Pentaport Rock crowd size reaches 76,000: organizer
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2005 saw the release of the fourth songbook album, Thanks for the Memory: The Great American Songbook 4; it included duets with Diana Ross and Elton John. Within weeks of its release, the CD made it to number two on the Top 200 list. In late 2006, Stewart made his return to rock music and his new approach to country music with the release of Still the Same... Great Rock Classics of Our Time, a new album featuring rock and southern rock milestones from the last four decades, including a cover of Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Have You Ever Seen the Rain?", which was released as the first single. The album debuted at number one on the Billboard charts with 184,000 copies in its first week. The number one début was helped by a concert in New York City that was on MSN Music and an appearance on Dancing with the Stars. He performed tracks from his new album live from the Nokia Theater on 9 October. Control Room broadcast the event Live on MSN and in 117 cinemas across the country via National CineMedia. In November 2006, Stewart was inducted into the UK Music Hall of Fame.
Crowd thanks 100-year-old Rock Hill WWII vet for great ‘country I live in’
The breakfast tables were filled at the Patty Wagon restaurant Thursday. Some people wore party hats, and then a hush came over the crowd. The door opened and a man … Click to Continue »
For a long year he led his solitary, roaming life. Occasionally he fell in with Akut and his tribe, hunting with them for a day or two; or he might travel to the hill country where the baboons had come to accept him as a matter of course; but most of all was he with Tantor, the elephant--the great gray battle ship of the jungle--the super-dreadnaught of his savage world.
We must keep in view the important fact, as mentioned in the last chapter, that these people were _dependent on God_. They had seen the mighty hand of God in their delivery, and now they were to be taught dependence on Him, as the only source of life. They had, therefore, to be sustained by miraculous food and miraculous drink. The country supplied neither food nor water. The miraculous supply of water was as great a necessity as that of bread. For two or three millions of people, with their flocks and herds, a large stream, even a small river, would be required. It is also true that their cattle had to have food, as well as themselves. Just how this was furnished, we are not told. Here is a large field for conjecture. It is generally held that the river continued to flow from a stationary source at Horeb, and that it irrigated the country in its following of the people, and thus caused vegetation for the flocks and herds. But in the fortieth year they are again found without water. Why was this? What had become of the river that had followed them from the first year, if it was the river, and not the rock, that followed them? On this point we can not refrain from quoting Macknight and Barnes, as examples of how learned commentators, led by a theory, sometimes drop their readers into a perfect abyss of darkness. Macknight says: "For as Wall observes, from Horeb, which was a high mountain, there may have been a descent to the sea; and the Israelites during the thirty-seven years of their journeying from Mount Sinai may have gone by those tracts of country in which the waters from Horeb could follow them, till in the thirty-ninth year of the Exodus they came to Ezion-gaber (Num. xxxiii. 36), which was a part of the Red Sea a great way down the Arabian side, where it is supposed the waters from Horeb went into that sea." Barnes says: "Mount Horeb was higher than the adjacent country, and the water that thus gushed from the rock, instead of collecting into a pool and becoming stagnant, would flow off in the direction of the sea. The sea to which it would naturally flow would be the Red Sea. The Israelites doubtless, in their journeyings, would be influenced by the natural direction of the water, or would not wander far from it, as it was daily needful for the supply of their wants. At the end of thirty-seven years we find the Israelites at Ezion-gaber, a seaport on the eastern branch of the Red Sea, where the waters probably flowed into the sea (Num. xxxiii. 36). In the fortieth year of their departure from Egypt, they left this place to go into Canaan, by the country of Edom, and were immediately in distress again by the want of water."
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