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Breaking News  - Abandoned tin mines in Devon and Cornwall could be reopened
 
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Britain is banking on a series of ancient mines on its southwestern tip to secure a slice of the global electric car revolution.The English county of Cornwall and the surrounding area boast one of the world's largest tin deposits yet their centuries-old mines have lain abandoned since the 1990s when a collapse in prices for the metal made them unviable.Now however a rise in demand for tin, along with other metals that can be used in electric vehicles, electronics and renewable energy, has helped create a global deficit and quadruple prices.British officials are supporting reopening of the mines and seeking investment, leading to a mini-rush of mining companies into the area.In neighbouring Devon one company has already begun operating a mine for tungsten and tin.Adding to the potential, new research shows the extent to which mines also contain deposits of lithium, the so-called metal of the future.The first industrial metals mining in Britain for decades represents the country's best shot at securing a piece of the supply chain for car batteries as well as renewable energy grid connections, officials told Reuters.'We need to ensure the secure supply of the technology metals and critical minerals,' said government lawmaker Pauline Latham, who heads a parliamentary mining group.'This is necessary with China owning the majority of the market and the potential of a global trade war between China and America.'The charge into southwest England is being led by smaller firms, mainly foreign miners with a higher risk appetite.About half a dozen companies are exploring in the area, with the biggest players being Canada's Strongbow Exploration, Australia's New Age Exploration and Wolf Minerals, listed in Sydney and London.In the largest Cornish project planned so far, Strongbow is seeking to extract tin at the 4 km-long South Crofty mines as a result of the improved tin market economics.'The timing is better because global capital markets have a much more receptive attitude towards mining projects,' Strongbow CEO Richard Williams said.'This gives us a good chance of delivering on South Crofty.'The company needs to raise project financing of about £80 million ($110 million).To that end, it plans to seek a secondary listing in London this year.It aims to start production in 2021, but first must pump out water that has accumulated over decades of dereliction.New Age Exploration and its joint venture partner Strategic Minerals said in March they had found tin, tungsten and copper - all useful for electric vehicles - near Plymouth.They have invested about £1.9 million ($2.65 million) in the project, which is at an earlier stage than South Crofty, and are looking to raise financing.Just over the English border in Devon, Wolf Minerals has begun operating a mine for tungsten and tin.One advantage that Britain has, in terms of tin mining and investment, is that it is a stable location compared with big-producing nations such as Democratic Republic of Congo and Myanm AutoNews- Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-5665343/Abandoned-tin-mines-Devon-Cornwall-reopened-help-build-electric-cars.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490
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Newquay Cornwall UK. Holiday Video Promotion
 
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http://Bluechipholidays.co.uk .Exciting UK Luxury self catering family holiday lets and Flats,and country cottages in the South West coast of England. * A 2 bedroom ground floor flat, sleeps 4. * Perched on the desirable Pentire headland and close to the world famous Fistral Beach. * Lift access and secure designated parking. * Balcony with stunning sea views. * A short walk into Newquay town centre. one of the best addresses in Newquay, perched on the desirable Pentire headland and close to the world famous Fistral Beach. Internally the spacious and well planned accommodation will make your holiday truly special with high specification fittings, luxury kitchen, underfloor heating, a balcony and en-suite bedrooms. Living * Spacious open plan living area with patio doors leading out onto the balcony. * Furnished with an 'L' shaped red leather sofa, coffee table and flat screen TV. * Wooden dining table with 4 chairs. Kitchen * Stylish kitchen with an integrated electric oven, grill and hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and microwave. * Full utensils and accessories including a kettle, toaster and cafetiere. Sleeping Bedroom one with en-suite * Furnished with a double bed, bedside tables both with lamps, mirror and a wardrobe with 2 drawers. * En-suite comprises a shower cubicle, wash basin, w.c. and heated towel rail. Bedroom two with en-suite * Furnished with a twin beds, a bedside tables with 2 lamps and a wardrobe with 2 drawers. * En-suite comprises a bath with shower over, wash basin, w.c. and heated towel rail. Bathroom * En-suite to bedroom one comprises a shower cubicle, wash basin, w.c. and heated towel rail. * En-suite to bedroom two comprises a bath with shower over, wash basin, w.c. and heated towel rail. Outside * Balcony accessed from the living area. * Allocated parking. * Close to Newquay town centre and beaches. * Pets allowed at selected locations subject terms and conditions * Parking * Sea views * Children allowed * Near beach The most popular holiday destination in Cornwall boasts 9 stunning beaches and a wide variety of amenities from surf shacks to high street brands and superb dining experiences. The Jamie Oliver inspired Fifteen restaurant and Fistral Beach, Britain's surfing mecca, are well known draws, yet Newquay offers so much more from secret beach walks to easy access to the rest of Cornwall. Being just 7 miles from the A30 trunk road means that the towns of Padstow (10 miles) and St. Ives (20 miles) are within easy reach along with the county capital of Truro (10 miles). Attractions such as The Eden Project (12 miles), The National Maritime Museum in Falmouth (17 miles) and Crealy Adventure Park (6 miles) ensure that there is something for everyone in the area. Newquay's history is influenced by Cornwall's mining trades where the town became a port for the transportation of tin lead and clay during the industrial revolution. The area rich in stories of smuggling and shipwrecks as the Atlantic takes its toll on the coastline. This can be explored at the heritage coast centres and tourist information centres dotted along the coastline. Other notable sites in Cornwall include Tintagel Castle (25 miles), the legendary birthplace of King Arthur, Charlestown Shipwreck Centre (20 miles), Geevor Tin Mine (35 miles) in West Cornwall, The Royal Cornwall Museum in Truro (10 miles), Poldark Mine (20 miles) and Pendennis Castle (25 miles).
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ABPM TerraFirma 26: Finding Cassiterite
 
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Today I take you through the process of mining (just in case you forgot the last time). :P We're going after cassiterite, the main ore of tin, which we can process into various metal tools. They won't be amazing, but they'll be better than stone. More importantly, we'll be able to make bronze once we find some copper and get a copper anvil.
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How To Make Cornish Pasties The Official Recipe (Authentic English Recipes Book 8)
 
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More Pies English, Scottish & Welsh Pies English, Scottish & Welsh Cookbooks, Food & Wine recipes: Available: http://clipadvise.com/books/item?id=B007LS8OLQ How To Make Cornish Pasties The Official Recipe (Authentic English Recipes Book 8) About Authentic English RecipesIt's great to try new recipes for the first time To experience new flavors and food combinations you may never have thought of But for most of our day to day cooking we never open a cookbook or precisely measure ingredients We go by what feels right and the experience of cooking the same meal many times before.The How To Make Authentic English Recipes series is more about the method and the ingredients than it is about precise measuring This is the way our Grandmothers and Mothers cooked These are recipes my Grandmother passed down to my Mother and then to me.I hope you enjoy this series of cookbooks and will soon be using these homemade recipes and cooking like a true Brit.About How To Make Cornish: The Official RecipeYes, there is an official Cornish pasty recipe and it is included here along with a US English translation By European law, this is the only pasty that can be called a Cornish Pasty and even then only if it is made in Cornwall.So, unless you happen to live in Cornwall, you will just have to call it something else If you insist on calling it a Cornish Pastry and one day two burly tin miners with strange accents show up on your doorstep, all I can say is, "You were warned!" What's a Cornish Pasty, you may ask? Well, the official one is much like a meat pie, but you can hold it in your hand and the pastry will hold together It's much the same for the variations I have provided in this cookbook, although I didn't stop at just meat pies, there's also fruit pies, vegetarian pies and many other versions The list of recipe names below will give you a good idea.My mother's pasty recipe was different, so I included that as the Unofficial Cornish Pasty Appetizers But there is so much more you can do, and I have done, with the pasty idea that I thought you might like to try some of the variations I've come up with over the years Therefore, in this book, you'll find the following recipes:Savory Pasty RecipesCornish Pasties, the Official RecipeCornish Pasties, the Unofficial Recipe (created as appetizers)Flaky Pastry RecipeVegetarian PastyCheese, Mushroom and LeekHam, Swiss Cheese and AsparagusSausage PastyPizza PastyAsian PastyJerk Chicken PastyDessert Pasty RecipesPeach & Walnut PastyBumbleberry PastiesBanana & Chocolate Pasty"Banana Split" PastyApple and Walnut PastyJust to make sure my pasty recipes can be enjoyed anywhere in the world, I have included a table of international measurement equivalents.So get this book now and start baking some pasties for lunch, dinner, desserts or snacks! ISBN B007LS8OLQ Author: Geoff Wells Publisher: Geezer Guides Rank: 90 (29) - Amazon: 4.5 (29) Common terms: Quiche, Empanada, bastilla, Shepherd Pie, samosa, Pumpkin pie, Lemon meringue pie, Kuchen, Cottage pie, Key lime, Fisherman Pie, Fish pie Pasty, Pecan pie, Banoffee pie, Spanakopita, Mince pie, Burek, Pastafrola, Cherry pie, Peach pie, Bakewell tart, Meat pie, Rhubarb, Strawberry rhubarb, Boysenberry, Pastilla, Knish Chess pie, Torta caprese, Buttermilk pie, Blackberry pie, Canele Pot pie, Mississippi mud, Shoofly pie, Chicken pie, Khachapuri, Gibanica, piroshki, B007LS8OLQ More Reviews: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HiSVhAqdaGg&feature=youtu.be&list=PLQfQYq0WjUUo7EDmBD4sRwhxob3aTAwsM Main Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHF6GLpdnZUEGNCrtza5Xyg Available in Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Cornish-Pasties-Official-Authentic-English-ebook/dp/B007LS8OLQ%3FSubscriptionId%3DAKIAJQ6R7QMBXJDW4JLA%26tag%3Dclipadvise-20%26linkCode%3Dxm2%26camp%3D2025%26creative%3D165953%26creativeASIN%3DB007LS8OLQ Audio credits: Topher Mohr and Alex Elena
Addiction
 
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What causes addiction? Easy, right? Drugs cause addiction. But maybe it is not that simple. This video is adapted from Johann Hari's New York Times best-selling book 'Chasing The Scream: The First and Last Days of the War on Drugs.' For more information, and to take a quiz to see what you know about addiction, go to www.chasingthescream.com Support us on Patreon so we can make more stuff: https://www.patreon.com/Kurzgesagt?ty=h Get the music of the video here: https://soundcloud.com/epicmountain/addiction https://epicmountainmusic.bandcamp.com/track/addiction An interactive version of this video: http://www.addiction.mobydigg.de (works on mobile) Or follow us on social media or reddit: http://kurzgesagt.org https://www.reddit.com/r/kurzgesagt https://www.facebook.com/Kurzgesagt https://twitter.com/Kurz_Gesagt THANKS A LOT TO OUR LOVELY PATRONS FOR SUPPORTING US: T0T0S, Ryan OHoro, Matthieu de Canteloube, Vince, Thomas Shiels, Brian David Henderson, Jim Yang, Arnav Guleria, Clemens, Tahseen Mushtaque, Jochen, Vahur S, Harry, BurmansHealthShop, Nils Caspar, Holger Fassel, Jackson R Hanna, Pascal de Reuck, ByeongWook Lee, Guus Ketelings, Franko Papić, Thalia, Narat, Suchartsunthorn, Lorenz Zahn, Brian Aparicio, Jörg Vogelsang, Rashed Ali, Darwin Ranzone, Tyler Thornton, David Pfister, Han Saini, Ute Moll, Ioanna Bischinioti, Jenny Zhou, Vince Babbra. Avi Yashchin, Dan Cortes, Matt K, Phiroze Dalal, Marcelo Fernandes de Souza Filho, A La Mode, Tom Wardrop, Shawn Marincas, Pontus Attåsen, Paul, Marc Dumont, Robert McKone, Todd Binkley, Matthew von der Ahe, Thomas Russell, Erick, Vivek Kotecha, Artur Szczypta, Jeff Fellows, Daniel Duffee, Konstantin Shabashov, Tim drake, Mike Galles, Evgenia Yigitalieva, Vrm Vee Are Em, Timothy Noble Everything We Think We Know About Addiction Is Wrong Help us caption & translate this video! http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?c=UCsXVk37bltHxD1rDPwtNM8Q&tab=2
Heart of England and South Wales
 
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© 2000 Rick Steves' Europe | After touring the manor house of a country lord in the Cotswolds and sampling hard cider near Wells, we go back in time to prehistoric Stonehenge, and the crowd-free stone circle in nearby Avebury. Then we visit King Arthur country at Glastonbury, and visit an evocative ruined abbey in South Wales.
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Dartmoor pony - Video Learning - WizScience.com
 
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The "Dartmoor pony" is a horse breed that has lived in south western England for centuries and is used for a variety of disciplines. Because of the extreme weather conditions experienced on the moors, the Dartmoor is a particularly hardy breed with excellent stamina. Over the centuries it has been used as a working animal by local tin miners and quarry workers. It is kept in a semi-feral state on Dartmoor. Despite this, numbers have declined from an estimated 25,800 in the 1930s to about 5,000 today. Only around 800 ponies were known to be grazing the moor in the spring of 2004. The small head has large, wide-set eyes and alert ears. The body is strong, with a broad, deep rib cage, and of medium length. The legs are strong, long from body to knee and hock, but with short cannons with strong, dense bone, and a flat-fronted knee; the foreleg rises to a shoulder that is well-angled and with good freedom of movement, and the hindleg rises to a quarter that is well-muscled and rounded in appearance, rather than flat or sloping. The mane and tail should be full and flowing, and the pony's movement free and smooth. The Dartmoor pony has a kind temperament, the ponies being reliable, gentle and calm. Most Dartmoor ponies stand between ; a pony should stand at no more than 12.2 hands under the breed standard, introduced in 1924. Recognised colours include bay, brown, black, grey, chestnut or roan. Piebald and skewbald colouring is not permitted within the Dartmoor Pony breed. Ponies with this colouring, seen running on Dartmoor, are likely to be Dartmoor Hill Ponies as Dartmoor commoners may graze any type of pony out on the moors. The Dartmoor Hill Pony is classified as a pony born on Dartmoor, but not a purebred registered Dartmoor Pony. It is not a true breed as such, as the registry for Dartmoor Hill Ponies is open only to those born on the moors, so a pony born of two Dartmoor Hill ponies, but not born on the moors, could not be registered with the Dartmoor Hill Pony Association. Wiz Science™ is "the" learning channel for children and all ages. SUBSCRIBE TODAY Disclaimer: This video is for your information only. The author or publisher does not guarantee the accuracy of the content presented in this video. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK. Background Music: "The Place Inside" by Silent Partner (royalty-free) from YouTube Audio Library. This video uses material/images from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dartmoor+pony, which is released under Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ . This video is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ . To reuse/adapt the content in your own work, you must comply with the license terms.
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Rough Notes Taken During Some Rapid Journeys Across the Pampas and Among the Andes
 
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SUBSCRIBE HERE https://goo.gl/uOq9vg TO OUR CHANNEL. FRESH CONTENT UPLOADED DAILY. Rough Notes Taken During Some Rapid Journeys Across the Pampas and Among the Andes Francis Bond HEAD (1793 - 1875) “Galloped on with no stopping, but merely to change horses until five o’clock in the evening—very tired indeed, but . . . saw fresh horses in the corral, and resolved to push on. At half-past seven, after having galloped a hundred and fifty-three miles, and been fourteen hours and a half on horseback got to the post—quite exhausted—I could scarcely speak . . . an hour before daylight was awakened by the Gaucho, got up, had some mate, mounted my horse, and as I galloped along felt pleased that the sun should find me at my work. . .” Later in life nicknamed “Galloping Head,” for his exploits on the Argentine pampas, Sir Frances Head Bond, went to the Argentine in 1825 as mining supervisor for the Rio Plata Mining Association, a group of English speculators whose ill-planed and financially disastrous idea it was to send Cornish miners to re-open old gold and silver mines in the former Spanish colonies. Genre(s): *Non-fiction, Modern (19th C) Language: English This book is in public domain. Thank you for listening. Here are links to other books for your enjoyment: Children's Fiction Audiobooks https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBf34OV7mlyQIZj1XalEiOr5c322S94HC Action & Adventure Fiction Audiobooks https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBf34OV7mlyREtY51zhBfDO_4cSuUnnix Classics (Antiquity) Audiobooks https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBf34OV7mlyQ5dEwoLhW8xO1wEXEsA5pC Culture & Heritage Audiobooks https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBf34OV7mlySVldqnUVLrmqHEX6Ly06q6 Dramatic Readings Audiobooks https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBf34OV7mlySu3rejPMhDX8ohZOuen04S Fantastic Fiction Audiobooks https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBf34OV7mlyQnfE-yqJ9yIXwxWG5YZVjS General Fiction Audiobooks https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBf34OV7mlySZJiIrAaUNUFEt9KJwmOGt Historical Fiction Audiobooks https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBf34OV7mlyTBxpcHaShkAoI7Xb0jebLj Nautical & Marine Fiction Audiobooks https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBf34OV7mlyR8W8ePBDIA0LRgJKg_1YOo Poetry Audiobooks https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBf34OV7mlyTSs-ToFebizVX-NgCgZFav Religious Fiction Audiobooks https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBf34OV7mlyQ8gTZ8y7roETu2CqyN0dC2 Romance Audiobooks https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBf34OV7mlyS-8LeVQB7_mUY_0bfIdVfr Short Stories Audiobooks https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBf34OV7mlyQgqNhqYdCTJvkxhx0w9VRT Suspense, Espionage, Political & Thrillers Audiobooks https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBf34OV7mlyQfv92w5wHpsAK21ZspKeRP Non-fiction Audiobooks https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBf34OV7mlyQ8q9mLCqCV9LPx_pGgC3tX Other search terms: free audio books, audiobook full, audiobook full length, audiobook playlist, audiobook channel, audiobooks for free, full audiobook, full audiobooks, full audio book, full audio books, audio book full, audio books full, audio book full length, audio books full length, audio books free, audio books for children, audiobooks for children, audio book self help, audio book self improvement, ★Channel link -- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjxgD1xx1RSyp_T1FNwXKSg ★SUBSCRIBE - http://goo.gl/OJrTHf ★Facebook -- https://www.facebook.com/FullAudiobook ★Twitter -- https://twitter.com/Full_AudioBook ★Google+ --https://plus.google.com/u/0/112778434457755527797/about?hl=en Video URL : https://youtu.be/MaOg10H-FGk
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London Comic Con 2016: Christian Potenza is the man!
 
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How can you describe hanging out with Christian Potenza, voice actor of such characters as Jude (6teen) and Chris McClane (Total Drama Island), at London Comic Con? In a word: inspiring. No plugs this time, just some inspiring words. Be mighty! (Though, if you're looking for a plug... you should check out the Race Against Time; Christian Potenza and some of his friends donated some really awesome prizes last year: http://raceagainsttime.io) --- No fandom too big, no fandom too small. Everyone's a fan! Want to see more like this? - All Nickscast content: http://thenickscast.com - Our Latest Podcast: http://fanthropological.com - Twitter: http://twitter.com/thenickscast - Facebook: http://facebook.com/thenickscast - Instagram: http://instagram.com/thenickscast
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Filmbar70 loves Jenny Agutter
 
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Filmbar70 loves Jenny Agutter. Too right! Her charming, adorable performances in a wide range of film genres, from family favourites to horror, have burnt an indelible impression on celluloid from the late ‘60s onward. Projecting warmth and intelligence underscored with a subtle yet potent sensuality, our Jen’s appeal spans generations - she really is a national treasure. Starting out with notions of being a ballet dancer, she literally fell into film, chosen age 12 by Walt Disney no less by for the short ‘Ballerina’ (1966), quickly followed by the exotic adventure ‘East of Sudan’ (1964) and a spate of television appearances including her first portrayal of Roberta (Bobbie) in ‘The Railway Children’ (‘1968). Jenny’s real ascent to stardom commenced at the turn of the decade - first with a natural, nuanced performance as Wynne, a dreamy girl coming to terms with her burgeoning sexuality in the excellent psychodrama ‘I Start Counting’ (1969), followed by the big screen reprisal of Bobbie in the much loved ‘The Railway Children’ (1970). The following year she had the opportunity to work with one of Britain’s finest directors, Nicholas Roeg, in the stunning ‘Walkabout’ (1971). Her uninhibited nude scenes may have overshadowed her sophisticated performance (and, indeed, burned directly into the psyche of a whole generation of males), but her understated expression in the final frames sum up the film’s theme of lost innocence beautifully. After more telly work, including an Emmy winning turn in ‘The Snow Goose’ (1971), Jenny moved into the mainstream with roles in ‘The Eagle Has Landed’ (’76) and added another iconic role to her resume as Jessica 6 in that final flourish of Hollywood old-school sci-fi, ‘Logan’s Run’ (1976). She precipitated Peter Firth’s breakdown in ‘Equus’ (1977), was Fabio Testi’s object of amore in Monte Hellman’s glacial western ‘China 9, Liberty 37’ (1978), conspired with Simon Ward in the dreary yet Bavaesque ‘Dominique’ (1979), mined clairvoyant neurosis in the David Hemming’s directed ‘The Survivor’ (1981), and gave possibly her best ever performance as a love-stricken woman trapped in a psychologically abusive relationship in ‘Sweet William’ (1980). She continued to adhere herself to a whole new generation of yearning fans with ‘American Werewolf In London’ (1981), playing the no nonsense, genial nurse Alex. The remainder of the ‘80s and ‘90s may have been patchy, but today Jenny is in great demand, even appearing at the behest of Joss Wedon in the Marvel franchise films ‘The Avengers’ (2012) and ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ (2014). Revered by fans old and young, the Agutter continues to capture hearts. Long may her role as the nation’s sweetheart continue. We love you Jenny! http://www.jennyagutter.net
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THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS - FULL AudioBook (by Kenneth Grahame) | Greatest Audio Books V2
 
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THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS - FULL AudioBook (by Kenneth Grahame) | Greatest AudioBooks V2 🌟 S P E C I A L O F F E R 🌟 ► try Audiobooks .com 🎧 for FREE! https://bit.ly/2CBueWR ► S H O P great books & gifts: https://www.amazon.com/shop/GreatestAudioBooks This much-loved story follows a group of animal friends in the English countryside as they pursue adventure ... and as adventure pursues them! The chief characters - Mole, Rat, and Toad - generally lead upbeat and happy lives, but their tales are leavened with moments of terror, homesickness, awe, madcap antics, and derring-do. Although classed as children's literature, The Wind in the Willows holds a gentle fascination for adults too. The vocabulary is decidedly not "Dick and Jane", and a reader with a love of words will find new ones to treasure, even if well-equipped for the journey. Parents will appreciate the themes of loyalty, manners, self-restraint, and comradeship which are evident throughout the book. When the characters err, they are prompt to acknowlege it, and so a reading of this book can model good behavior to children, who will otherwise be enchanted with the many ways in which the lives of these bucolic characters differ from modern life. This book was so successful that it enabled the author to retire from banking and take up a country life somewhat like that of his creations. It has been adapted for screen, stage, and even a ride at the original Disneyland. (Summary by Mark F. Smith) ►F A C E B O O K: http://www.Facebook.com/GreatestAudioBooks ►T W I T T E R : https://www.twitter.com/GAudioBooks ► S U B S C R I B E to Greatest Audio Books: http://www.youtube.com/GreatestAudioBooks 🌟 F R E E 30 day Audible Audiobooks Trial: https://amzn.to/2Iu08SE 🌟 B U Y T-SHIRTS & MORE: http://bit.ly/1akteBP 🌟 F R E E Audiobooks .com 🎧 30 day trial: https://bit.ly/2CBueWR - READ along by clicking (CC) for Closed Caption Transcript! - LISTEN to the entire audiobook for free! Chapter listing and length: 01 - The River Bank -- 00:29:55 02 - The Open Road -- 00:29:35 03 - The Wild Wood -- 00:29:56 04 - Mr. Badger -- 00:30:56 05 - Dolce Dolmum -- 00:38:00 06 - Mr. Toad -- 00:32:15 07 - The Piper at the Gates of Dawn -- 00:27:12 08 - Toad's Adventures -- 00:33:31 09 - Wayfarers All -- 00:43:41 10 - The Further Adventures of Toad -- 00:39:54 11 - 'Like Summer Tempests Came His Tears' -- 00:40:16 12 - The Return of Ulysses -- 00:31:53 #audiobook #audiobooks #freeaudiobooks #greatestaudiobooks V2 Total running time: 6:47:04 Read by Mark F. Smith In addition to the reader, this audio book was produced by: Meta-Coordinator/Cataloging: Annie Coleman Rothenberg This video: Copyright 2013. Greatest Audio Books. All Rights Reserved. Audio content is a Librivox recording. All Librivox recordings are in the public domain. For more information or to volunteer visit librivox.org. Disclaimer: As an Amazon Associate and an affiliate with other select companies we earn from qualifying purchases. Your purchases through affiliate links help to generate revenue for this channel. Thank you for your support.
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Rees Howells - Intercessor - The Bible College of Wales
 
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Rees Howells was a miner in Wales in the late 1800’s who went on to discover the reality of Christ in his own life. In 1910, he married. He and his wife felt the call of God to serve as missionaries in Africa. Having been deeply touched by the Welsh revival, he saw the revival follow him to Africa and the power of God fall wherever he preached. His real work began when he returned to his beloved Wales and established the Bible College of Wales in 1924. The college came into its own as the second world war started and Rees Howells gathered intercessors to pray with him against the spiritual forces at work in the world at that time. Rees Howells understood the the words of Paul in Ephesians 6, where he wrote: ‘We wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places’. The intercessors would listen to the world news on their radios and then gather to pray. They learnt to see world events transformed through prevailing prayer. Using the same principals as George Mueller, Hudson Taylor, and many others, for raising funds – at the time Rees Howell only had two shillings (ten pence) in his possession - he established the Bible College in Swansea, and also a home for missionaries children, and a refugee centre for Jewish children escaping the Nazi terror. Today the Bible College of Wales has re-opened to teach the same principals to a new generation. Revelation TV visited the college, and met and talked with staff and students. The documentary – REES HOWELLS, INTERCESSOR – is the result of that visit. If you want to go deeper in your spiritual walk with God, it is one to watch. http://www.revelationtv.com Special thanks to: The Bible College of Wales, Cornerstone Community Church Singapore, Moomedia Pte Ltd for providing and permitting the use of pre-recorded images and footages on the Bible College of Wales seen in this documentary.
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The Celts Blood Iron And Sacrifice With Alice Roberts And Neil Oliver - Episode 1 of 3
 
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The 1st episode of the BBC 2 serie "The Celts: Blood, iron and sacrifice"
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Dean Ornish: Healing through diet
 
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http://www.ted.com Dean Ornish talks about simple, low-tech and low-cost ways to take advantage of the body's natural desire to heal itself.
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Crushing COAL into DIAMONDS Hydraulic Press- Will it work?
 
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Experiment to see if Crushing Coal with a Hydraulic Press will turn into a diamond? Please like, subscribe and comment below for more ideas on things we should crush OR SEND US THINGS TO CRUSH! Address of Po Box- Crushit PO Box- 2098 Croydon CR90 9PT United Kingdom
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Phantom Force: Episode II - The Mystery of Mont Morin (NEW Paranormal Documentary series)
 
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PLEASE READ THE DESCRIPTION... Watch Episode I here... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wcDuJ... Episode III is expected to go back into post production in 2017 (followed by the rest of the episodes). The second feature length episode in the first series of 'Phantom Force' follows the team to Kingsand in Cornwall after reports of a haunting in an old private house. The guest Medium for this Investigation (which changes in each episode) is eccentric Clairvoyant Medium and Psychic Poet, 'Carrington Marshall'. As they uncover more about 'Pops', doubt begins over events that happened during their last episode and whether or not there may be some fraudulent behavior going on. Join them as they delve into the paranormal, telling it as it is, in their own unique way. High production values, straight talking, Paranormal TV like you've never seen it. Uncovering the truth... no matter what the truth may be. These episodes were made with zero money by their creators for your free enjoyment. There are 18 episodes and 3 series of this show, later starring 'Richard Felix' and 'Mark Webb' (from TV's 'Most Haunted' and 'Living with the dead'). PLEASE NOTE: We have received comments from some people immediately assuming that this is another 'FAKE' paranormal show. We didn't waste our spare time making this show, for free, just to go out and fake things. The entire series was filmed between 2007-2010 (with a few test episodes shot several years prior)... therefore we also have nothing to gain as it has passed and been completed. The show sits fairly on the fence to begin with, in order to be fair to both sides, and slowly reveals more psychology and experimenting as we move on. 18 episodes in... no ghosts are caught on film! That is not the kind of show that we made, so if that is what you are looking for then you may be disappointed. If you are looking for something different, honest and involving proper investigating of the paranormal field overall... then this is for you! You don't have to like the series/episodes, but please appreciate that this is not a TV show and was actually made by people with a serious interest in the subject, in their own time, mostly from home (filming aside) with no budget, limited equipment and was originally made to document things for ourselves, not to please or prove anything to anyone else. Rude or negative comments will not be approved. Constructive and polite comments will be. For those who do like our work, please support us by leaving a comment, subscribing and helping to spread the word. The more subscribers we have, the more popular our channel will be and the bigger the audience for this series. If we know the interest is definitely there for more episodes to be released then we will work faster to release them... so please, help us by clicking that Subscribe button! Many Thanks. Join Phantom Force on Facebook here... https://www.facebook.com/pages/Phanto... Find the Phantom Force episode guide and further information here... http://www.stansfilm.com/Afterlife.html Our Website: http://www.stansfilm.com Stansfilm on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Stansfilm Directed by Kriss Ellis-Stansfield. Copyright Stansfilm 2008 All rights reserved.
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Newquay Cornwall UK Self Cater Holiday Promotion
 
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http://Bluechipholidays.co.uk. Self Cater sleeps up to 6 people.Children welcome. Wheel chair access.Elderly friendly. Pets allowed STTC. On site Gym and indoor Swimming Pool. Horizons features a superb location overlooking Newquay yet it is just a short walk into the town centre and some of the best beaches in the area. Horizons is a perfect location for exploring Newquay and North Cornwall. No. 1 Horizons is located on the ground floor from the front of the development and the first floor from the rear. There is lift access to every floor. The apartment has a balcony with some sea views. There are excellent onsite facilities that include a gym, sauna/steam room and indoor swimming pool (5.6m x 3m). There is also an allocated car parking space. Living * Balcony with views over the town to the coast. * Large open plan living space. * Decorated to a high standard throughout. * Relax in the two traditional brown leather sofas (one of which is a sofa bed). * Entertainment is provided by a wall mounted flat screen T.V. with freeview and a DVD player. Kitchen * Well appointed designer kitchen with integrated appliances including dishwasher, fridge/freezer with water dispenser, washing machine, stainless steel electric oven/hob with extractor fan, plus kettle and toaster. Dining * Spacious dining area situated within the open plan living/dining area. * Stylish table with matching chairs. Sleeping Master Bedroom * Designed to a high standard. * Double leather bed with bedside tables and lamps. * Large double wardrobe with mirrored doors. * En-suite bathroom. Bedroom Two * Designed to a high standard. * Twin beds with bedside tables and lamps. * Large double wardrobe for storage. * There is also a sofa bed in the lounge for extra sleeping capacity. Bathroom Main Bathroom * Contemporary white suite with power shower. * Wash basin, w.c. and heated towel rail. * Shelves for storage and washing basket. En-suite to Master Bedroom * Contemporary styling. * Shower cubicle, w.c., wash basin, and mirror cabinet with lighting. * Shelves for storage, towel rail and full bathroom set. Outside * Balcony with views over the town to the coast. * Excellent on-site facilities including gym, sauna/steam room and indoor swimming pool (5.6m x 3m). * External flood lighting. * Telephone entry system. * Allocated car parking for 1 car in front of the development. * Parking is strictly limited to one car in the allocated space. Alternative parking is available in local car parks, charges would apply. * Sleeps 4/6 - 1 double, 1 twin, 1 sofa-bed. * A brand new apartment with high specification fittings. * Excellent onsite facilities including gym, sauna/steam room and indoor swimming pool. * Superb central location within Newquay. * Pet Friendly and Wheelchair accessible. * Pets allowed * Parking * Sea views * Children allowed * Near beach * Swimming pool * Wheelchair access * Elderly friendly Family holiday attractions. Exploring the beaches and rockpools along the coastline is a great (and free) way for children of all ages to enjoy Newquay. Step off the sand and there are a number of places to visit in the town, such as Newquay Zoo in Trenance Park, a 20 minute walk from the seafront, The Blue Reef Aquarium on Town Beach in the centre and Tunnels through Time. Further afield there are many attractions within a short drive, such Cornwall's Crealy Adventure Park, the Lappa Valley Steam Railway, Dairyland Farm World all of which are within a 10 mile drive. Further afield, The Eden Project, The National Maritime Museum in Falmouth, Flambards in Helston and Land's End make for great days out. Newquay's history is influenced by Cornwall's mining trades where the town became a port for the transportation of tin lead and clay during the industrial revolution. The area rich in stories of smuggling and shipwrecks as the Atlantic takes its toll on the coastline. This can be explored at the heritage coast centres and tourist information centres dotted along the coastline. Other notable sites in Cornwall include Tintagel Castle (25 miles), the legendary birthplace of King Arthur, Charlestown Shipwreck Centre (20 miles), Geevor Tin Mine (35 miles) in West Cornwall, The Royal Cornwall Museum in Truro (10 miles), Poldark Mine (20 miles) and Pendennis Castle (25 miles).
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Out of the Fiery Furnace - Episode 1 - From Stone to Bronze
 
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From the Stone Age to the era of the silicon chip — metals and minerals have marked the milestones of our civilization. OUT OF THE FIERY FURNACE traces the story of civilization through the exploitation of metals, minerals and energy resources. Renowned radio and BBC television commentator Michael Charlton hosts seven, one-hour programs filmed in more than 50 different parts of the world. This very unusual public television series combines the disciplines of history, science, archeology and economics in order to explore the relationship between technology and society. How did human beings first come to recognize metals buried in rocks? Michael Charlton visits an archaeological dig at a Stone Age settlement to uncover the ways in which our early ancestors extracted metal from rock. This episode visits several dramatic locations, including India and the Sinai Desert to follow remarkable experiments using the smelting techniques of the ancient civilizations. You'll also travel to Thailand to find a possible answer to a great mystery: how did bronze come to be invented in the Middle East where there are no deposits of a necessary element — tin? (60 minutes) VHS Cover: http://i.imgur.com/RuPFqrt Disclaimer: This video series, produced in 1986 by Opus Films is shown here for Educational Purposes. It includes footage of cultures in India, China, Near East, etc. and ancient methods of manufacturing metals. It is hoped that this information is useful for archival and educational purposes to viewers all across the world. The video is provided here under the Fair Use policy.
Nigella Lawson in conversation with Annabel Crabb
 
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With her feet firmly on the ground, and her finger in the mixing bowl, Nigella Lawson has charmed us with her approach to food and cooking. Based on the principle that food should be a simple pleasure to cook and to eat, her recipe books emphasise the importance of friends, family and celebration. At a time when many of the messages we get about food alternate between anxious exhortations to eat ‘clean’ and the technical wizardry of competitive cooking, her relaxed and realistic approach shows a different path, where food can be creative, a source of comfort and a joyful part of life. http://sydneyoperahouse.com/ideas Subscribe and find more videos from Ideas at the House: http://www.youtube.com/ideasatthehouse Get a new talk every week on our podcast: Audio - https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/sydney-opera-house-ideas-at/id640445035 Video - https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/sydney-opera-house-ideas-at/id640444896 Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/IdeasAtTheHouse Twitter - https://twitter.com/ideasatthehouse
Views: 84314 SOH Talks & Ideas
Newquay Cornwall UK Self Cater Holiday Promotion
 
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http://Bluechipholidays.co.uk Luxury holiday Flat complex. See Individual properties available from the link below. * A 2 bedroom mews house, sleeps up to 6. * Very high specification throughout including 2 bathrooms. * Great location close to Crantock and Fistral beaches. * Designated parking space. * En-suite master bedroom. The Vista is situated just outside the centre of Newquay on the desirable Pentire peninsula. Guests can enjoy the close proximity of the stunning views from the coastal paths of Newquay. To the rear of the property is the Gannel Estuary, a superb place for canoeing, walking, fishing, bird watching, and horse riding. 14 The Vista is a spacious Mews House designed to the highest specification with a light and airy feel and a close proximity to Fistral Beach. It also benefits from an outside decked area which is perfect for an al-fresco drink after a day on the beach. Tourist attractions in Newquay bustling harbour town well known for its surfing beaches, shopping centre and exceptional golf course. Close by is Watergate Bay, home to the Extreme Sports Academy and the Jamie Oliver inspired Fifteen restaurant, while the fishing village of Padstow plus Cornwall's best attractions such as The Eden Project, the National Maritime Museum and the Scilly Isles by boat or Helicopter are all within easy reach. Go from back in time, up to the present day. A visit to Flambards theme park is a must for all the family come rain or shine, to include a Victorian village and Britain in the Blitz, exhibition. There are guided tours of Cornish Tin Mines and museums to explore. And historic Churches dating back to Norman times. For those interested in walking and hiking there are 270 miles of coastal footpaths to explore. Go further back in time and experience the days of King Arthur's Great hall. Rain stops play outside. Let your imagination take over with a visit to Tunnels through time. WOW! Smugglers to Dungeons see what life was really like. Some of the displays are so realistic they may be unsuitable for youngsters. Don't worry you will have the choice to avoid these area's, unlike the inmates of the time. Whew. See the Sharks from the tunnel at The Blue Reef Aquarium and the wild life at Newquay Zoo, makes a great family day out. Board the Safari train at Crealy Adventure park. And there is the wild water drop slide. Plus the Pet farm for the children. There are numerous Restaurants some with online menus. Pubs Bars and Night Clubs for evening entertainment. Please note this property does not take single sex bookings. Living * Stairs lead up into the open-plan living area. * Solid wood flooring and high ceilings. * Views across the countryside. * A three seater leather sofa and double futon. * Entertainment is provided by a widescreen TV with Digital Freeview and DVD player. Kitchen * The kitchen is modern and designed to a high standard. * Beech units and granite worktops. * Fully fitted with a dishwasher, fridge, freezer, built-in oven, 5 burner gas hob and microwave. * The entrance hall has a large cupboard with a combined washer/dryer. Dining * There is a dining table and six chairs. Sleeping Bedroom one with en-suite * Patio doors allow natural light into the room and lead onto the decked patio area. * Double bed, chest of drawers, 2x double wardrobes and a large built-in cupboard. * En-suite comprises a bath with shower, bidet, wash basin, w.c. and heated towel rail. Bedroom Two * Furnished with twin beds (can be arranged as double bed if required), wardrobe and storage cupboards. * Extra sleeping is provided by the double futon in the living area. Bathroom Main Bathroom * Fully tiled and featuring a shower cubicle with a mixer shower, w.c., and wash basin. En-suite to bedroom one * Featuring a bath with shower, bidet, wash basin, w.c. and heated towel rail. Outside * Video door entry system into the property. * Located over two floors with views across the surrounding countryside from the first floor living area. * Seating area outside with table for dining. * Designated parking space. * Level walkway into the property. * Outside storage area for surfboards/bikes etc. Speak to the team online open till 8pm 7 days a week! Choose your dates and book online today!
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Holiday Promotion. Newquay Cornwall UK.
 
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http://Bluechipholidays.co.uk This exciting luxury 2 bedroom Self catering Holiday Flat in Newquay Cornwall England, sleeps 4.has lift access, and secure parking. Overlooks the Surfing mecca at at the world famous Fistral beach. Pets allowed. * A 2 bedroom ground floor apartment, sleeps 4. * Perched on the desirable Pentire headland and close to the world famous Fistral Beach. * Lift access and secure designated parking. * Balcony with stunning sea views. * A short walk into Newquay town centre. Ocean 1 is one of the best addresses in Newquay, perched on the desirable Pentire headland and close to the world famous Fistral Beach. No 10 is a ground floor apartment with a balcony. Internally the spacious and well planned accommodation will make your holiday truly special with high specification fittings, luxury kitchen, underfloor heating, a balcony and en-suite bedrooms. Living * Spacious open plan living area with patio doors leading out onto the balcony. * Furnished with an 'L' shaped red leather sofa, coffee table and flat screen TV. * Wooden dining table with 4 chairs. Kitchen * Stylish kitchen with an integrated electric oven, grill and hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and microwave. * Full utensils and accessories including a kettle, toaster and cafetiere. Sleeping Bedroom one with en-suite * Furnished with a double bed, bedside tables both with lamps, mirror and a wardrobe with 2 drawers. * En-suite comprises a shower cubicle, wash basin, w.c. and heated towel rail. Bedroom two with en-suite * Furnished with a twin beds, a bedside tables with 2 lamps and a wardrobe with 2 drawers. * En-suite comprises a bath with shower over, wash basin, w.c. and heated towel rail. Bathroom * En-suite to bedroom one comprises a shower cubicle, wash basin, w.c. and heated towel rail. * En-suite to bedroom two comprises a bath with shower over, wash basin, w.c. and heated towel rail. Outside * Balcony accessed from the living area. * Allocated parking. * Close to Newquay town centre and beaches. Family holiday attractions. Exploring the beaches and rockpools along the coastline is a great (and free) way for children of all ages to enjoy Newquay. Step off the sand and there are a number of places to visit in the town, such as Newquay Zoo in Trenance Park, a 20 minute walk from the seafront, The Blue Reef Aquarium on Town Beach in the centre and Tunnels through Time. Further afield there are many attractions within a short drive, such Cornwall's Crealy Adventure Park, the Lappa Valley Steam Railway, Dairyland Farm World all of which are within a 10 mile drive. Further afield, The Eden Project, The National Maritime Museum in Falmouth, Flambards in Helston and Land's End make for great days out. Newquay's history is influenced by Cornish tin mining trades where the town became a port for the transportation of tin lead and clay during the industrial revolution. The area rich in stories of smuggling and shipwrecks as the Atlantic takes its toll on the coastline. This can be explored at the heritage coast centres and tourist information centres dotted along the coastline. Other notable sites in Cornwall include Tintagel Castle (25 miles), the legendary birthplace of King Arthur, Charlestown Shipwreck Centre (20 miles), Geevor Tin Mine (35 miles) in West Cornwall, The Royal Cornwall Museum in Truro (10 miles), Poldark Mine (20 miles) and Pendennis Castle (25 miles).
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THE "TUNIC CROSS" LINKS "BOY JESUS" & "JOSEPH OF ARIMATHEA" TO CORNWALL - 2HR DVD )
 
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WE TRAVEL TO LISKEARD TO VIEW THE "TUNIC CROSS"... WHERE PETER SHARES FURTHER INFORMATION & EVIDENCES OF THE BOY JESUS COMING TO CORNWALL - AND VISITING OTHER PARTS OF BRITAIN WITH HIS UNCLE JOSEPH OF ARIMATHEA! THIS LINK REVEALS MORE ABOUT "JOSEPH OF ARIMATHEA'S life - and the film launching in 2015 - View Links http://www.Fotothing.com/BritishHistoryExposed - *IN LISKEARD & MEVAGISSEY "IRISH JOHN"..GOES FOR A WALK ABOUT !!! PLUS... WHY DID JOSEPH OF ARIMATHEA & THE BOY JESUS COME TO CORNWALL - BRITAIN ANYWAY? "TESTAMENT IN STONE" - THE LIGHT IN THE NORTH" - THEY CAME TO A LAND" SIT BACK & WATCH THIS VIDEO - RECORDED BACK IN THE 1970'S/80'S BY COVENANT PUBLISHING CO. LTD. WE FEEL VERY PRIVILEGED TO PROMOTE A SELECTION OF DVD'S SHOWING BRITAIN'S HERITAGE & LINKS WITH THE HOLY LAND & THE 10 LOST TRIBES OF ISRAEL!!! THE DVDS REVEAL EVIDENCES OF "JOSEPH OF ARIMATHEA' & FRIENDS TRAVELING TO CORNWALL - WHICH INCLUDED THE "BOY JESUS " COMING TO THESE SHORES AS WELL - 2000 YRS AGO! "And did those feet in ancient time walk upon England's mountains green...? So asked William Blake in his immoral hymn "Jerusalem" - He was in no doubt Who was. Whether JESUS did or did not visit the West of England during his unrecorded youth is an open question but there is too much EVIDENCE for this story to be dismissed lightly. Trade for example: Joseph's export of TIN from Cornwall, and copper & lead from Somerset, is significant. In addition, there are the twelve tax exempt hides of land granted to Joseph and his companions when they came to England in 36AD and recorded in the DOMESDAY Book a thousand years later. The Glastonbury Thorn , old manuscripts and the most ancient site of Glastonbury Abbey all bear telling testimony that MAY WELL SILENCE THE SCEPTIC! Covenant Publishing Co films are designed to make us stop and think. It is easy to forget while immersed in the day - to day trivial of a busy life, that search for Truth is something fundamental to ALL of US. Put it off, submerged it or defer it as we may, the desire to know something greater then self is deep in OUR BEING. The aim of "Covenant Publishing Co. Ltd and its films, is to state and expound the fundamental tenets of the CHRISTIAN FAITH, and to trace the course of its development through the ages, paying particular attention to the neglected years of the early centuries. A fresh approach to these ages-old TRUTHS has evoked an inquiring response to these things and a desire to reflect and converse about their revelance to our daily lives. This Faith has been the mainspring of ALL that is best in this country's history, but equally important for each of us is the opportunity that such reflection brings to relate these simple truths to the complex problems that LIFE presents to ALL of US. "BRITAINS 3000 YRS OF ISRAELITE HERITAGE THE FACTS! PLUS "JOSEPH OF ARIMATHEA" RELATED TO JESUS! - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_mZq4y456D4&feature=c4-overview&list=UU7zbDN43gSb8LqTW-rsNK6w *FOR FURTHER DETAILS / DVD'S ETC... CONTACT "OZ " @ [email protected] OTHER LINKS: * SO DID "JOSEPH OF ARIMATHEA"& "THE BOY JESUS", REALLY COME TO BRITAIN 2000 YRS AGO? YOU MIGHT FIND THESE CLIPS INTERESTING! * "BRITAINS HEBRAIC CELTIC CHRISTIAN HISTORY - AD37 EXHIBITION EXPOSED 2010 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2df8dcYuBw&list=UU7zbDN43gSb8LqTW-rsNK6w&index=10&feature=plcp * Recently found documents... JOSEPH OF ARIMATHEA - 100% CONFIRMED!!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qFVOcOid784&list=HL1367338288&feature=mh_lolz * "DID JESUS & JOSEPH OF ARIMATHEA COME TO BRITAIN? - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OtUeN267MhM YOU CAN PURCHASE COPIES OF THESE DVD'S! - PLEASE SHARE INFORMATION WITH FRIENDS & COLLEAGUES... AS "GOD" IS EXPOSING SOME AMAZING HIDDEN TRUTHS IN THESE END-TIMES! * SO WHO WERE ANNE & JOACHIM? - YOU'LL BE AMAZED AT THE ANSWER !!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HdwzToMF0KY&list=UU7zbDN43gSb8LqTW-rsNK6w "AD 37 EXHIBITION" - STORY EXPLAINED - http://www.kctvmedia.com/page.asp?pid=10 *"AD37 EXHIBITION" - COVERS 3000 YRS - BRITAINS RICH HEBRAIC/CELTIC/CHRISTIAN HISTORY! - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2df8d... *THE "TUNIC CROSS" LINKS "BOY JESUS" & "JOSEPH OF ARIMATHEA" TO CORNWALL - 2HR DVD ) - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=11B45TJGIDE&list=UU7zbDN43gSb8LqTW-rsNK6w * "ALICE" SHARES HER HOLY SECRETS AND "GLASTONBURY ABBEY" COMES ALIVES!!! - APRIL2013 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BDZ3348900k&list=UU7zbDN43gSb8LqTW-rsNK6w GOOGLE - " KCTVMEDIA.COM " - http://www.youtube.com/kctvmedia FOR PETER'S NEW SITE - http://www.PETERSCOTHERNMINISTRIES.co.uk - HOPE THIS HELPS! SHALOM "OZ" - http://www.KCTVMEDIA.com YOU MIGHT LIKE TO VISIT "TRUNEWS! " "Rick" Explains more @ http://www.Trunews.com/listen
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St Pirans Day celebration at the  St. Piran's virtual museum in Second Life
 
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On 5th March, 2009 people in different parts of the world came together to celebrate Cornwall and their Cornish heritage at the St. Piran's virtual museum in Second Life. Second Life provides not just an international collaboration platform, but is a cost-effective way for museums to design and prototype exhibits. St. Piran's virtual museum's creator Ethelred Weatherwax (David V Dexter) talks to us about St. Piran's, and Second Life, in this interview filmed during the St. Piran's Day celebrations.
Views: 516 rocozadesigns
Shawn Mendes "Lost In Japan" (Audio)
 
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Pre-order Shawn Mendes: The Album here now: https://IslandRecs.lnk.to/ShawnMendes Follow Shawn Mendes here: Twitter: https://twitter.com/shawnmendes Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shawnmendes Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ShawnMendesOfficial
Views: 42653576 Shawn Mendes
BREAKING: 6.2 Quake "Shakes" Mexico (Garden Tomb) Report
 
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While standing in the garden to Mexico was hit with the 6.2 earthquake shaking things up http://www.paulbegleyprophecy.com also Help Us Spread the Word https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=D7WQL22GHQY2U also https://crusaderjournal.com
Views: 5060 Paul Begley
Sting: How I started writing songs again
 
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Sting's early life was dominated by a shipyard—and he dreamed of nothing more than escaping the industrial drudgery. But after a nasty bout of writer's block that stretched on for years, Sting found himself channeling the stories of the shipyard workers he knew in his youth for song material. In a lyrical, confessional talk, Sting treats us to songs from his upcoming musical, and to an encore of "Message in a Bottle." TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more. Find closed captions and translated subtitles in many languages at http://www.ted.com/translate Follow TED news on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/tednews Like TED on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TED Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/TEDtalksDirector
Views: 458498 TED
Hearty Chilli Con Carne Recipe with Bonus Guacamole - Tickly Mouth
 
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http://bit.ly/1pXKEf7 Chilli is one of those prop'r comfort meals, and it is SO EASY. You can make it ahead of time and serve it for a ship load of people without even breaking a mild sweat (depending on how much chili powder you add). Open your cupboard doors and pull out your: Onion Garlic Beef mince Tomato puree Tin of chopped tomatoes Tin of red kidney beans **in chilli sauce** Tin of baked beans (optional) Stock cube A bit of flour Chili powder (I go for 'hot' - you can control the spice by adding more or less as you like) Sweet Smoked Paprika Cayenne Pepper For the Guacamole you should go for: At least 2 avocados 1 tomato 1 red onion 1 red chili 1 lime S&P You can serve chilli with ANYTHING. Not kidding. Here are some suggestions: Tortilla wraps Pitta bread Baguette Pasta (drain, stir in chilli and bake with cheese on top for 25 mins) Rice Soured cream Bears (Evie's suggestion, not mine) Yep, so, basically this is amazing in every way. Please enjoy sensibly. PS. I have now written the word chilli so many times it is starting to look like a silly word. SILLY CHILLI.
Views: 319 Tickly Mouth
Richard Jose "Time and Tide" Victor Talking Machine Company 1904 rare countertenor
 
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Richard Jose was first to be identified on records as a "countertenor" though he might not have been the first to make records. Harry Leighton is identified as an "alto" in a mid-1890s cylinder catalog. The terms "alto" and "contra-tenor" were used more often in the 1890s than "counter-tenor." On the cover of sheet music for Monroe R. Rosenfeld's "Remember Your Father and Mother" (1890) is this line: "Written for and sung by America's Most Famous Alto, Mr. Richard José." Most of Jose's discs, including the earliest with Monarch and Deluxe labels (Victor used these words on early ten- and twelve-inch discs, respectively), identify him as "counter-tenor" though on some labels Jose is identified as "tenor." It appears that Jose was billed as a tenor, not a countertenor, in minstrel shows and vaudeville. The origins of the term "countertenor" are not known for certain but it may have referred to a voice part ("against the tenor"). In the earliest organum were contratenor altus (high against the tenor) and contratenor bassus (low against the tenor). Countertenors are sometimes called altos because they originally sang alto parts, alto meaning "high." A countertenor's pitch is similar to the female contralto's. Whereas nearly all modern countertenors rely on falsetto, which is a "head voice" with little or no chest resonance, Jose as well as recording artist Will Oakland achieved an unusually high range without reliance on falsetto, instead using full lung power. Each singer was a naturally high-placed tenor (another was Russell Oberlin, leading American countertenor of the 1950s and 1960s). Jose could color his voice's tone in a way that is difficult for anyone using falsetto. No singer relying on falsetto could have produced the volume needed to fill concert halls, as Jose did. Newspapers at the time insisted that Jose had the voice of a boy, which may have been true in terms of tone. A difference is that Jose could project his voice and be heard throughout an auditorium as no boy soprano could. The countertenor voice was much valued centuries ago (as was the castrato), especially in the 1600s and early 1700s. English composer Henry Purcell was reportedly a countertenor. Such singing went out of fashion for various reasons, and no singers of the nineteenth century won fame as countertenors with the exception of Jose at the end of that century. His recording career was brief, from 1903 to 1906, but he had been popular on stage long before he made records, and he continued to give concerts after his recording career was over. A slim book titled "Silver Threads Among the Gold" in the Life of Richard J. Jose was written and self-published by Grace M. Wilkinson four years after Jose's death. The book's copyright date is February 8, 1945. Only once does Wilkinson refer to Jose as a countertenor: "His popularity in vaudeville as a contra-tenor was very much like that of Caruso in Italian grand opera." Almost nothing is said about Jose's singing techniques, but his range is noted: "Mr. Jose's compass was from D above middle C to E above high C." The book also notes that when he sang "Goodbye, Dolly Gray," Jose's principle "working note was high 'D,' two half?steps above the sacred high 'C' of Italian tenordom." He was born in England in a Cornish village, Lanner. His birth certificate, according to British researcher David Ivall, shows that Jose was born on June 5, 1862. Various sources give later dates but these rely on statements by Jose or his wife, both of whom wished him to seem younger than he was. Wilkinson refers to a home built in Lanner by Captain James Francis and writes, "In this home, all of Captain Francis' children were born. His daughter, Elizabeth...was now being courted by a young Spanish miner, Richard Jose. His ancestors had come from Spain to work in the tin mines at Cornwall." Jose's baptismal record is dated September 17, 1862, and gives the surname as "Joce." This is a phonetic spelling. Richard Jose senior was a copper miner who died in late 1876. The son, eldest of five children, traveled to Nevada to locate an uncle. A reporter from Virginia City, one Alfred Doten, kept a detailed journal, and The Journals of Alfred Doten, 1849-1903, published in three volumes in 1973, refer several times to Dick Jose's early singing career. Doten's journal entries suggest that Jose traveled in summer months. On July 4, 1887, two years after first mentioning Jose, Doten again refers to Jose, calling him "Reno's favorite tenor" and writes, "In response to encores and vociferous calls he sang 'Grandfather's Footsteps' in his clearest, sweetest, most sympathetic voice, and was rapturously applauded." He made brown wax cylinders in 1892, such as his very rare "Poor Blind Boy," which I posted elsewhere on youtube.
Views: 1373 Tim Gracyk
A Conversation With Native Americans on Race | Op-Docs
 
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This week we bring you “A Conversation With Native Americans on Race,” the latest installment in our wide-ranging “Conversation on Race” series. Directed by Michèle Stephenson and Brian Young, the film grapples with the racist contradictions of a country that, many feel, would prefer it if Native Americans didn’t exist. More from The New York Times Video: Subscribe: http://bit.ly/U8Ys7n Watch all of our videos here: http://nytimes.com/video Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nytvideo Twitter: https://twitter.com/nytvideo ---------- Whether it's reporting on conflicts abroad and political divisions at home, or covering the latest style trends and scientific developments, New York Times video journalists provide a revealing and unforgettable view of the world. It's all the news that's fit to watch.
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Richard Jose "May, Sweet May" (January 12, 1904)  Victor Talking Machine Company rare countertenor
 
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Richard Jose was first to be identified on records as a "countertenor" though he might not have been the first to make records. Harry Leighton is identified as an "alto" in a mid-1890s cylinder catalog. Edward Le Roy Rice states in Monarchs of Minstrelsy (Kenny Publishing Company, 1911) that Leighton--born in Bradford, England--"has a peculiarly pleasing high-tenor voice." The terms "alto" and "contra-tenor" were used more often in the 1890s than "counter-tenor." On the cover of sheet music for Monroe R. Rosenfeld's "Remember Your Father and Mother" (1890) is this line: "Written for and sung by America's Most Famous Alto, Mr. Richard José." Most of Jose's discs, including the earliest with Monarch and Deluxe labels (Victor used these words on early ten- and twelve-inch discs, respectively), identify him as "counter-tenor" though on some labels Jose is identified as "tenor." It appears that Jose was billed as a tenor, not a countertenor, in minstrel shows and vaudeville. The origins of the term "countertenor" are not known for certain but it may have referred to a voice part ("against the tenor"). In the earliest organum were contratenor altus (high against the tenor) and contratenor bassus (low against the tenor). Countertenors are sometimes called altos because they originally sang alto parts, alto meaning "high." A countertenor's pitch is similar to the female contralto's. Whereas nearly all modern countertenors rely on falsetto, which is a "head voice" with little or no chest resonance, Jose as well as recording artist Will Oakland achieved an unusually high range without reliance on falsetto, instead using full lung power. Each singer was a naturally high-placed tenor (another was Russell Oberlin, leading American countertenor of the 1950s and 1960s). Jose could color his voice's tone in a way that is difficult for anyone using falsetto. No singer relying on falsetto could have produced the volume needed to fill concert halls, as Jose did. Newspapers at the time insisted that Jose had the voice of a boy, which may have been true in terms of tone. A difference is that Jose could project his voice and be heard throughout an auditorium as no boy soprano could. The countertenor voice was much valued centuries ago (as was the castrato), especially in the 1600s and early 1700s. English composer Henry Purcell was reportedly a countertenor. Such singing went out of fashion for various reasons, and no singers of the nineteenth century won fame as countertenors with the exception of Jose at the end of that century. His recording career was brief, from 1903 to 1906, but he had been popular on stage long before he made records, and he continued to give concerts after his recording career was over. A slim book titled "Silver Threads Among the Gold" in the Life of Richard J. Jose was written and self-published by Grace M. Wilkinson four years after Jose's death. The book's copyright date is February 8, 1945. Only once does Wilkinson refer to Jose as a countertenor: "His popularity in vaudeville as a contra-tenor was very much like that of Caruso in Italian grand opera." Almost nothing is said about Jose's singing techniques, but his range is noted: "Mr. Jose's compass was from D above middle C to E above high C." The book also notes that when he sang "Goodbye, Dolly Gray," Jose's principle "working note was high 'D,' two half?steps above the sacred high 'C' of Italian tenordom." He was born in England in a Cornish village, Lanner. His birth certificate, according to British researcher David Ivall, shows that Jose was born on June 5, 1862. Various sources give later dates but these rely on statements by Jose or his wife, both of whom wished him to seem younger than he was. Wilkinson refers to a home built in Lanner by Captain James Francis and writes, "In this home, all of Captain Francis' children were born. His daughter, Elizabeth...was now being courted by a young Spanish miner, Richard Jose. His ancestors had come from Spain to work in the tin mines at Cornwall." Jose's baptismal record is dated September 17, 1862, and gives the surname as "Joce." This is a phonetic spelling. Richard Jose senior was a copper miner who died in late 1876. The son, eldest of five children, traveled to Nevada to locate an uncle. A reporter from Virginia City, one Alfred Doten, kept a detailed journal, and The Journals of Alfred Doten, 1849-1903, published in three volumes in 1973, refer several times to Dick Jose's early singing career. Doten's journal entries suggest that Jose traveled in summer months. On July 4, 1887, two years after first mentioning Jose, Doten again refers to Jose, calling him "Reno's favorite tenor" and writes, "In response to encores and vociferous calls he sang 'Grandfather's Footsteps' in his clearest, sweetest, most sympathetic voice, and was rapturously applauded." He made brown wax cylinders in 1892, such as "Poor Blind Boy," which I posted elsewhere on youtube.
Views: 434 Tim Gracyk
Richard Jose sings "Dear Old Songs," recorded on January 12, 1904, and issued on Victor 31170
 
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Richard Jose sings "Dear Old Songs," recorded on January 12, 1904, and issued on Victor 31170. Richard Jose was first to be identified on records as a "countertenor" though he might not have been the first to make records. Harry Leighton is identified as an "alto" in a mid-1890s cylinder catalog. The terms "alto" and "contra-tenor" were used more often in the 1890s than "counter-tenor." On the cover of sheet music for Monroe R. Rosenfeld's "Remember Your Father and Mother" (1890) is this line: "Written for and sung by America's Most Famous Alto, Mr. Richard José." Most of Jose's discs, including the earliest with Monarch and Deluxe labels (Victor used these words on early ten- and twelve-inch discs, respectively), identify him as "counter-tenor" though on some labels Jose is identified as "tenor." It appears that Jose was billed as a tenor, not a countertenor, in minstrel shows and vaudeville. The origins of the term "countertenor" are not known for certain but it may have referred to a voice part ("against the tenor"). In the earliest organum were contratenor altus (high against the tenor) and contratenor bassus (low against the tenor). Countertenors are sometimes called altos because they originally sang alto parts, alto meaning "high." A countertenor's pitch is similar to the female contralto's. Whereas nearly all modern countertenors rely on falsetto, which is a "head voice" with little or no chest resonance, Jose as well as recording artist Will Oakland achieved an unusually high range without reliance on falsetto, instead using full lung power. Each singer was a naturally high-placed tenor (another was Russell Oberlin, leading American countertenor of the 1950s and 1960s). Jose could color his voice's tone in a way that is difficult for anyone using falsetto. No singer relying on falsetto could have produced the volume needed to fill concert halls, as Jose did. Newspapers at the time insisted that Jose had the voice of a boy, which may have been true in terms of tone. A difference is that Jose could project his voice and be heard throughout an auditorium as no boy soprano could. The countertenor voice was much valued centuries ago (as was the castrato), especially in the 1600s and early 1700s. English composer Henry Purcell was reportedly a countertenor. Such singing went out of fashion for various reasons, and no singers of the nineteenth century won fame as countertenors with the exception of Jose at the end of that century. His recording career was brief, from 1903 to 1906, but he had been popular on stage long before he made records, and he continued to give concerts after his recording career was over. A slim book titled "Silver Threads Among the Gold" in the Life of Richard J. Jose was written and self-published by Grace M. Wilkinson four years after Jose's death. The book's copyright date is February 8, 1945. Only once does Wilkinson refer to Jose as a countertenor: "His popularity in vaudeville as a contra-tenor was very much like that of Caruso in Italian grand opera." Almost nothing is said about Jose's singing techniques, but his range is noted: "Mr. Jose's compass was from D above middle C to E above high C." The book also notes that when he sang "Goodbye, Dolly Gray," Jose's principle "working note was high 'D,' two half?steps above the sacred high 'C' of Italian tenordom." He was born in England in a Cornish village, Lanner. His birth certificate, according to British researcher David Ivall, shows that Jose was born on June 5, 1862. Various sources give later dates but these rely on statements by Jose or his wife, both of whom wished him to seem younger than he was. Wilkinson refers to a home built in Lanner by Captain James Francis and writes, "In this home, all of Captain Francis' children were born. His daughter, Elizabeth...was now being courted by a young Spanish miner, Richard Jose. His ancestors had come from Spain to work in the tin mines at Cornwall." Jose's baptismal record is dated September 17, 1862, and gives the surname as "Joce." This is a phonetic spelling. Richard Jose senior was a copper miner who died in late 1876. The son, eldest of five children, traveled to Nevada to locate an uncle. A reporter from Virginia City, one Alfred Doten, kept a detailed journal, and The Journals of Alfred Doten, 1849-1903, published in three volumes in 1973, refer several times to Dick Jose's early singing career. Doten's journal entries suggest that Jose traveled in summer months. On July 4, 1887, two years after first mentioning Jose, Doten again refers to Jose, calling him "Reno's favorite tenor" and writes, "In response to encores and vociferous calls he sang 'Grandfather's Footsteps' in his clearest, sweetest, most sympathetic voice, and was rapturously applauded." He made brown wax cylinders in the 1890s, such as "Poor Blind Boy," which I posted elsewhere on youtube.
Views: 1179 Tim Gracyk
Critical condition: Fixing the health-care system in N.L.
 
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The Scarlet Letter Audiobook by  Nathaniel Hawthorne | Audiobook with subtitles
 
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This book tells the story of Hester Prynne, a young woman who conceives a child while her husband is missing at sea. The Puritan Elders of the New England settlement of Boston, where she lives, condemn her to wear a scarlet letter A to signify her adultery. She refuses to name her lover, and he too keeps his silence, but with a terrible cost. The tale is prefaced with an account of the Salem Custom-house where Nathaniel Hawthorne was working when he began writing The Scarlet Letter. Summary by Cori Samuel The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel HAWTHORNE Genre(s): Literary Fiction Chapters: 0:20 | 0a - The Custom-House—Introductory to 'The Scarlet Letter' 23:30 | 0b - The Custom-House—Continued 54:20 | 0c - The Custom-House—Concluded 1:42:14 | Chapter 1 - The Prison-Door 1:45:44 | Chapter 2 - The Market-Place 2:08:55 | Chapter 3 - The Recognition 2:30:22 | Chapter 4 - The Interview 2:46:28 | Chapter 5 - Hester at Her Needle 3:10:01 | Chapter 6 - Pearl 3:34:25 | Chapter 7 - The Governor's Hall 3:50:42 | Chapter 8 - The Elf-Child and the Minister 4:11:25 | Chapter 9 - The Leech 4:35:08 | Chapter 10 - The Leech and His Patient 4:58:16 | Chapter 11 - The Interior of a Heart 5:16:03 | Chapter 12 - The Minister's Vigil 5:41:39 | Chapter 13 - Another View of Hester 6:01:14 | Chapter 14 - Hester and the Physician 6:16:11 | Chapter 15 - Hester and Pearl 6:31:14 | Chapter 16 - A Forest Walk 6:45:14 | Chapter 17 - The Pastor and His Parishioner 7:08:33 | Chapter 18 - A Flood of Sunshine 7:23:44 | Chapter 19 - The Child at the Brook-side 7:40:32 | Chapter 20 - The Minister in a Maze 8:06:06 | Chapter 21 - The New England Holiday 8:26:35 | Chapter 22 - The Procession 8:50:59 | Chapter 23 - The Revelation of the Scarlet Letter 9:11:55 |Chapter 24 - Conclusion Our Custom URL : https://www.youtube.com/c/AudiobookAudiobooks Subscribe To Our Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/AudiobookAudiobooks?sub_confirmation=1 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Как увеличить рост (подрасти)? Упражнения для увеличения роста
 
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https://www.instagram.com/prometei.tech/ reassured screamed liter favoring traction wondered reconsider realizing plow nap brain's ebb manifests CVD HDL minutiae ducks They've sufficed proponents waged salvo yearlong Tulane coverage unanimously sarcasm Pundits predictors coffin headlines representative enrolled Asians demographic diehards implausible slashing upped group's balloons publicized uptick bioelectrical impedance predictor LDL carbers pedestrian cuttingsome glean takeaways echoed study's Lydia Bazzano compel directing dogmatic almighty Jake fascinating devoting installment I’ve mmols Wingates foggy acuity tissue's oxidize Phinney synonymous Mistaking intriguing teamed Auburn Wolfe's CPT impede trash Someone's calorically reintroduction reintroduce blunts Paoli transitioned lasted Ketostix conservatively reversals lackluster telltale stroll tantamount deluge chockfull edibles aisle Who's les courgettes serrated peeler spiralizer wonderfully hash browns mandolin dubbed cauliflower's spuds pulverize Brassica wallop Chard sauté cremini shiitake fungi umami portobello stealthily praised dearth smear firepower backlash au naturale pint shrivelled rosy orbs lycopene Nature's lengthwise microwavable parchment scrape benevolent gourd Radish Bok choy Watercress famously sang stoned sweetness tinged tipoff nondigestible plush stellar sniffles pucker Fillets mercury unseasoned marinades ante beloved deli spared lunchmeats Dijon collard fests fattened Cornish hen Gruyere mundane decoupled riff blending pinches mop cultured surging critters tangy horns cow's Brie Ricotta kefir carnivores soaks brilliantly marinate Tempeh earthy mushroomy crumbling casseroles sauerkraut Pinto boast Pepitas o castoffs Sargento stringy bathed humming lofty healthyomega shops supermarkets Pepperettes Hazelnuts Bob's fare Shirataki translucent gelatinous konjac bowlful nondescript rinse blanch Preliminary prediabetes viscous Hazelnut brewed quencher moo cartons sidestep Imbibing infuses exhaustive flapjacks marys ye sipped seltzer contradictory farther swilling interchangeably insulinogenic spur counterintuitive accessing tougher adjusts Mozzarella cucumbers kcals reservoir thriving ongoing chow insisted French's Trimmed Uncured Portabella condensed tamari aminos steamer bubbly Ruthie ours marshmallows dye pumpkins fl Truvia Nutmeg Cloves towels masher lumpy quartered ½ generously pierced family's else's cleanup cooks Kosher slits slit PDF unwrap tossed bowl's ooohs aaaahs mouthwatering Coarse wilt bakes Sprouted crumb crumbs crumble byproducts apiece appreciable granite unconditioned stepmill app Centopani eater groundbreaking world's Evan's insists com's it'd befriending fluke flounder rutabaga turnips distributing rigors regimented hamburgers Animal's flagship Pak negotiable fundamentally depleting plows wishful oversimplified depletes Karbolyn Labrada's shuttling muscles replenished proponent dragging microtraumas pounder resynthesis disposal polymer shuttle Elasti RTD MRP EFA Charge Krill MPS rapamycin hesitate Centopani's diner steakhouse wheelbarrow Overseas border nearest awful refrigeration Stak Iconic XL Beanie Rotisserie precooked breaded standby powered brothers McGrath Antoine Vaillant baggie brainer Nothing's comforting goulash Slurp swole requested dad's bursting rotini parsnips I’ll paprika Worcestershire Caraway saucepot batch Printable Frosting silicone brethren Vincenzo Masone Fritz approached days steal sanitary basa jumbo gallbladder crowns handfuls plums nectarines underconsumed drilled skulls lid poking USDA thickest translates clump cruciferous broil cardamom thankfully occasions roasting dicing drizzling facet pectin midworkout plump insides glorious skimp Tahini Cumin pretzels sing Ramen entrée zing sharpest leftover pinapple Endive chilies clove crumbles vinaigrette Kalamata pitted Oregano Bragg's tonight's Mendelsohn frothy stove fortunate micromanaging achievements NASCAR skimping mussels rabbit seitan grapefruits limes Melons honeydew apricots… chestnuts overanalyzing fistful plateauing stricter fistfuls arrangement honing afforded it'll Fiber's Satiate Yep compiled SOUTHWEST potlucks bevy ROMA SEEDED uncovered BALSAMIC yummy clocks heats PARSNIP resealable rimmed Discard FE COB THINLY spinner BURRITO RINSED GARNISHES STROGANOFF CAMPBELL'S SHERRY dente garnished Dorian coveted GROUNDED hesitation filets tenderloins scours tags grabs fattier semblance beefing thrifty exchanges D's rodeo beeline Quaker swayed canister opts canisters measly sizzling sitcom Kris EZ sec Bathe proverbial anticipate Radar Benchmarks Robergs R Pearson Costill Fink J Pascoe Benedict Zachweija intensities Calder Yaqoob Bowtell Gelly Simeoni Rennie Wang uncompromising Welsh Kage meditative yin coincides iconoclast's sellers efficaciously replicate brand's Vitargo disguise bitterness reluctantly Offerings Hydra underperforming refilming raced biked deadlifted Ironman Matt Pritchard Ironmans swears triathletes Trainee Hey faceless
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Что такое кетоз? Кето диета. Кетогенная диета
 
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https://www.instagram.com/prometei.tech/ reassured screamed liter favoring traction wondered reconsider realizing plow nap brain's ebb manifests CVD HDL minutiae ducks They've sufficed proponents waged salvo yearlong Tulane coverage unanimously sarcasm Pundits predictors coffin headlines representative enrolled Asians demographic diehards implausible slashing upped group's balloons publicized uptick bioelectrical impedance predictor LDL carbers pedestrian cuttingsome glean takeaways echoed study's Lydia Bazzano compel directing dogmatic almighty Jake fascinating devoting installment I’ve mmols Wingates foggy acuity tissue's oxidize Phinney synonymous Mistaking intriguing teamed Auburn Wolfe's CPT impede trash Someone's calorically reintroduction reintroduce blunts Paoli transitioned lasted Ketostix conservatively reversals lackluster telltale stroll tantamount deluge chockfull edibles aisle Who's les courgettes serrated peeler spiralizer wonderfully hash browns mandolin dubbed cauliflower's spuds pulverize Brassica wallop Chard sauté cremini shiitake fungi umami portobello stealthily praised dearth smear firepower backlash au naturale pint shrivelled rosy orbs lycopene Nature's lengthwise microwavable parchment scrape benevolent gourd Radish Bok choy Watercress famously sang stoned sweetness tinged tipoff nondigestible plush stellar sniffles pucker Fillets mercury unseasoned marinades ante beloved deli spared lunchmeats Dijon collard fests fattened Cornish hen Gruyere mundane decoupled riff blending pinches mop cultured surging critters tangy horns cow's Brie Ricotta kefir carnivores soaks brilliantly marinate Tempeh earthy mushroomy crumbling casseroles sauerkraut Pinto boast Pepitas o castoffs Sargento stringy bathed humming lofty healthyomega shops supermarkets Pepperettes Hazelnuts Bob's fare Shirataki translucent gelatinous konjac bowlful nondescript rinse blanch Preliminary prediabetes viscous Hazelnut brewed quencher moo cartons sidestep Imbibing infuses exhaustive flapjacks marys ye sipped seltzer contradictory farther swilling interchangeably insulinogenic spur counterintuitive accessing tougher adjusts Mozzarella cucumbers kcals reservoir thriving ongoing chow insisted French's Trimmed Uncured Portabella condensed tamari aminos steamer bubbly Ruthie ours marshmallows dye pumpkins fl Truvia Nutmeg Cloves towels masher lumpy quartered ½ generously pierced family's else's cleanup cooks Kosher slits slit PDF unwrap tossed bowl's ooohs aaaahs mouthwatering Coarse wilt bakes Sprouted crumb crumbs crumble byproducts apiece appreciable granite unconditioned stepmill app Centopani eater groundbreaking world's Evan's insists com's it'd befriending fluke flounder rutabaga turnips distributing rigors regimented hamburgers Animal's flagship Pak negotiable fundamentally depleting plows wishful oversimplified depletes Karbolyn Labrada's shuttling muscles replenished proponent dragging microtraumas pounder resynthesis disposal polymer shuttle Elasti RTD MRP EFA Charge Krill MPS rapamycin hesitate Centopani's diner steakhouse wheelbarrow Overseas border nearest awful refrigeration Stak Iconic XL Beanie Rotisserie precooked breaded standby powered brothers McGrath Antoine Vaillant baggie brainer Nothing's comforting goulash Slurp swole requested dad's bursting rotini parsnips I’ll paprika Worcestershire Caraway saucepot batch Printable Frosting silicone brethren Vincenzo Masone Fritz approached days steal sanitary basa jumbo gallbladder crowns handfuls plums nectarines underconsumed drilled skulls lid poking USDA thickest translates clump cruciferous broil cardamom thankfully occasions roasting dicing drizzling facet pectin midworkout plump insides glorious skimp Tahini Cumin pretzels sing Ramen entrée zing sharpest leftover pinapple Endive chilies clove crumbles vinaigrette Kalamata pitted Oregano Bragg's tonight's Mendelsohn frothy stove fortunate micromanaging achievements NASCAR skimping mussels rabbit seitan grapefruits limes Melons honeydew apricots… chestnuts overanalyzing fistful plateauing stricter fistfuls arrangement honing afforded it'll Fiber's Satiate Yep compiled SOUTHWEST potlucks bevy ROMA SEEDED uncovered BALSAMIC yummy clocks heats PARSNIP resealable rimmed Discard FE COB THINLY spinner BURRITO RINSED GARNISHES STROGANOFF CAMPBELL'S SHERRY dente garnished Dorian coveted GROUNDED hesitation filets tenderloins scours tags grabs fattier semblance beefing thrifty exchanges D's rodeo beeline Quaker swayed canister opts canisters measly sizzling sitcom Kris EZ sec Bathe proverbial anticipate Radar Benchmarks Robergs R Pearson Costill Fink J Pascoe Benedict Zachweija intensities Calder Yaqoob Bowtell Gelly Simeoni Rennie Wang uncompromising Welsh Kage meditative yin coincides iconoclast's sellers efficaciously replicate brand's Vitargo disguise bitterness reluctantly Offerings Hydra underperforming refilming raced biked deadlifted Ironman Matt Pritchard Ironmans swears triathletes Trainee Hey faceless
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Richard Jose "Time and Tide" Victor Talking Machine Company 1904 rare countertenor
 
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Richard Jose was first to be identified on records as a "countertenor" though he might not have been the first to make records. Harry Leighton is identified as an "alto" in a mid-1890s cylinder catalog. The terms "alto" and "contra-tenor" were used more often in the 1890s than "counter-tenor." On the cover of sheet music for Monroe R. Rosenfeld's "Remember Your Father and Mother" (1890) is this line: "Written for and sung by America's Most Famous Alto, Mr. Richard José." Most of Jose's discs, including the earliest with Monarch and Deluxe labels (Victor used these words on early ten- and twelve-inch discs, respectively), identify him as "counter-tenor" though on some labels Jose is identified as "tenor." It appears that Jose was billed as a tenor, not a countertenor, in minstrel shows and vaudeville. The origins of the term "countertenor" are not known for certain but it may have referred to a voice part ("against the tenor"). In the earliest organum were contratenor altus (high against the tenor) and contratenor bassus (low against the tenor). Countertenors are sometimes called altos because they originally sang alto parts, alto meaning "high." A countertenor's pitch is similar to the female contralto's. Whereas nearly all modern countertenors rely on falsetto, which is a "head voice" with little or no chest resonance, Jose as well as recording artist Will Oakland achieved an unusually high range without reliance on falsetto, instead using full lung power. Each singer was a naturally high-placed tenor (another was Russell Oberlin, leading American countertenor of the 1950s and 1960s). Jose could color his voice's tone in a way that is difficult for anyone using falsetto. No singer relying on falsetto could have produced the volume needed to fill concert halls, as Jose did. Newspapers at the time insisted that Jose had the voice of a boy, which may have been true in terms of tone. A difference is that Jose could project his voice and be heard throughout an auditorium as no boy soprano could. The countertenor voice was much valued centuries ago (as was the castrato), especially in the 1600s and early 1700s. English composer Henry Purcell was reportedly a countertenor. Such singing went out of fashion for various reasons, and no singers of the nineteenth century won fame as countertenors with the exception of Jose at the end of that century. His recording career was brief, from 1903 to 1906, but he had been popular on stage long before he made records, and he continued to give concerts after his recording career was over. A slim book titled "Silver Threads Among the Gold" in the Life of Richard J. Jose was written and self-published by Grace M. Wilkinson four years after Jose's death. The book's copyright date is February 8, 1945. Only once does Wilkinson refer to Jose as a countertenor: "His popularity in vaudeville as a contra-tenor was very much like that of Caruso in Italian grand opera." Almost nothing is said about Jose's singing techniques, but his range is noted: "Mr. Jose's compass was from D above middle C to E above high C." The book also notes that when he sang "Goodbye, Dolly Gray," Jose's principle "working note was high 'D,' two half?steps above the sacred high 'C' of Italian tenordom." He was born in England in a Cornish village, Lanner. His birth certificate, according to British researcher David Ivall, shows that Jose was born on June 5, 1862. Various sources give later dates but these rely on statements by Jose or his wife, both of whom wished him to seem younger than he was. Wilkinson refers to a home built in Lanner by Captain James Francis and writes, "In this home, all of Captain Francis' children were born. His daughter, Elizabeth...was now being courted by a young Spanish miner, Richard Jose. His ancestors had come from Spain to work in the tin mines at Cornwall." Jose's baptismal record is dated September 17, 1862, and gives the surname as "Joce." This is a phonetic spelling. Richard Jose senior was a copper miner who died in late 1876. The son, eldest of five children, traveled to Nevada to locate an uncle. A reporter from Virginia City, one Alfred Doten, kept a detailed journal, and The Journals of Alfred Doten, 1849-1903, published in three volumes in 1973, refer several times to Dick Jose's early singing career. Doten's journal entries suggest that Jose traveled in summer months. On July 4, 1887, two years after first mentioning Jose, Doten again refers to Jose, calling him "Reno's favorite tenor" and writes, "In response to encores and vociferous calls he sang 'Grandfather's Footsteps' in his clearest, sweetest, most sympathetic voice, and was rapturously applauded." He made brown wax cylinders in 1892, such as his very rare "Poor Blind Boy," which I posted elsewhere on youtube.
Views: 49 Tim Gracyk
King Arthur II & Prince Madoc's voyage to America in AD 562
 
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Alan Wilson & James Michael present this lecture in a College of Kentucky - one of several that Alan lectured at in his lecture tour of 1992. James Michael sadly passed away in January 2008. Were it not for his dedicated work little of this Arthur research would be known in the USA today. This full documentary contains not just a presentation lecture but also extra footage which has never been broadcast until now. You will be shown some of the vast amounts of evidence concerning the voyage of Arthur 2 and Prince Madoc sailing from Britain to America during the 6th century - almost a thousand years before Columbus. Also covered later in the documentary is James Michael explaining the ancient British Coelbren alphabet, and its connection to many inscriptions found in the America. The establishment crooks have written off this Coelbren alphabet as the creation of a Welsh-British Antiquarian called Iolo Morganwg during the19th century, yet the authors easily show in their books how this accusation is completely false and they give many examples of its use and notice CENTURIES prior to the time of the alleged forgery. The documentary is not always good quality in parts as it was only converted in 2008 using old VHS tapes originally recorded in 1992. Despite this it is a brilliant and informative documentary of how history -- like most things -- has been manipulated and forgotten. Alan Wilson is now 80 years old and still going strong. He and his life-long fellow researcher Baram Blackett have written and published nine books. They also have available several documentaries (old and new) documenting their researches and what happens when you discover things the establishment doesn't want discovered. Their books published to date (oldest first) are as follows: 1 - Arthur, King of Glamorgan and Gwent. 2 - Arthur and the Charter of Kings. 3 - Arthur the War King 4 - Artorius Rex Discovered 5 - The Holy Kingdom 6 - The King Arthur Conspiracy 7 - Moses in the Hieroglyphs 8 - The Discovery of the Ark of the Covenant 9 - The Trojan War of 650 BC These books can be purchased at: http://www.richplanet.net/catalog/index.php?cPath=59
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Richard Jose sings "Dear Old Songs," recorded on January 12, 1904, and issued on Victor 31170
 
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LYRICS: Why don't they sing the old songs now, the dear old song of yore? The songs we sang in happier days now gone for ever more...Give me a strain of Bonnie Doon..." Richard Jose sings "Dear Old Songs," recorded on January 12, 1904, and issued on Victor 31170. Richard Jose was first to be identified on records as a "countertenor" though he might not have been the first to make records. Harry Leighton is identified as an "alto" in a mid-1890s cylinder catalog. The terms "alto" and "contra-tenor" were used more often in the 1890s than "counter-tenor." On the cover of sheet music for Monroe R. Rosenfeld's "Remember Your Father and Mother" (1890) is this line: "Written for and sung by America's Most Famous Alto, Mr. Richard José." Most of Jose's discs, including the earliest with Monarch and Deluxe labels (Victor used these words on early ten- and twelve-inch discs, respectively), identify him as "counter-tenor" though on some labels Jose is identified as "tenor." It appears that Jose was billed as a tenor, not a countertenor, in minstrel shows and vaudeville. The origins of the term "countertenor" are not known for certain but it may have referred to a voice part ("against the tenor"). In the earliest organum were contratenor altus (high against the tenor) and contratenor bassus (low against the tenor). Countertenors are sometimes called altos because they originally sang alto parts, alto meaning "high." A countertenor's pitch is similar to the female contralto's. Whereas nearly all modern countertenors rely on falsetto, which is a "head voice" with little or no chest resonance, Jose as well as recording artist Will Oakland achieved an unusually high range without reliance on falsetto, instead using full lung power. Each singer was a naturally high-placed tenor (another was Russell Oberlin, leading American countertenor of the 1950s and 1960s). Jose could color his voice's tone in a way that is difficult for anyone using falsetto. No singer relying on falsetto could have produced the volume needed to fill concert halls, as Jose did. Newspapers at the time insisted that Jose had the voice of a boy, which may have been true in terms of tone. A difference is that Jose could project his voice and be heard throughout an auditorium as no boy soprano could. The countertenor voice was much valued centuries ago (as was the castrato), especially in the 1600s and early 1700s. English composer Henry Purcell was reportedly a countertenor. Such singing went out of fashion for various reasons, and no singers of the nineteenth century won fame as countertenors with the exception of Jose at the end of that century. His recording career was brief, from 1903 to 1906, but he had been popular on stage long before he made records, and he continued to give concerts after his recording career was over. A slim book titled "Silver Threads Among the Gold" in the Life of Richard J. Jose was written and self-published by Grace M. Wilkinson four years after Jose's death. The book's copyright date is February 8, 1945. Only once does Wilkinson refer to Jose as a countertenor: "His popularity in vaudeville as a contra-tenor was very much like that of Caruso in Italian grand opera." Almost nothing is said about Jose's singing techniques, but his range is noted: "Mr. Jose's compass was from D above middle C to E above high C." The book also notes that when he sang "Goodbye, Dolly Gray," Jose's principle "working note was high 'D,' two half?steps above the sacred high 'C' of Italian tenordom." He was born in England in a Cornish village, Lanner. His birth certificate, according to British researcher David Ivall, shows that Jose was born on June 5, 1862. Various sources give later dates but these rely on statements by Jose or his wife, both of whom wished him to seem younger than he was. Wilkinson refers to a home built in Lanner by Captain James Francis and writes, "In this home, all of Captain Francis' children were born. His daughter, Elizabeth...was now being courted by a young Spanish miner, Richard Jose. His ancestors had come from Spain to work in the tin mines at Cornwall." Jose's baptismal record is dated September 17, 1862, and gives the surname as "Joce." This is a phonetic spelling. Richard Jose senior was a copper miner who died in late 1876. The son, eldest of five children, traveled to Nevada to locate an uncle. A reporter from Virginia City, one Alfred Doten, kept a detailed journal, and The Journals of Alfred Doten, 1849-1903, published in three volumes in 1973, refer several times to Dick Jose's early singing career. Doten's journal entries suggest that Jose traveled in summer months. On July 4, 1887, two years after first mentioning Jose, Doten again refers to Jose, calling him "Reno's favorite tenor" and writes, "In response to encores and vociferous calls he sang 'Grandfather's Footsteps' in his clearest, sweetest, most sympathetic voice, and was rapturously applauded."
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Celebrating 100 Years of Finnish Independence: The History & Future of the Finnish Language
 
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In celebration of 100 years of Finnish independence, the Library co-sponsored with the Embassy of Finland a symposium on the history and future of the Finnish language. Speaker Biography: Hilary Virtanen is assistant professor of Finnish and Nordic studies at Finlandia University. Speaker Biography: Daniel Karvonen is senior lecturer in Finnish and linguistics at the University of Minnesota. Speaker Biography: Aili Flint is senior lecturer in Finnish emerita at Columbia University. Speaker Biography: Kirsti Kauppi is the Ambassador of Finland to the United States. For transcript and more information, visit http://www.loc.gov/today/cyberlc/feature_wdesc.php?rec=8145
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Набор массы. Набор мышечной массы. Питание для набора мышц. Тренировка на массу
 
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https://www.instagram.com/prometei.tech/ reassured screamed liter favoring traction wondered reconsider realizing plow nap brain's ebb manifests CVD HDL minutiae ducks They've sufficed proponents waged salvo yearlong Tulane coverage unanimously sarcasm Pundits predictors coffin headlines representative enrolled Asians demographic diehards implausible slashing upped group's balloons publicized uptick bioelectrical impedance predictor LDL carbers pedestrian cuttingsome glean takeaways echoed study's Lydia Bazzano compel directing dogmatic almighty Jake fascinating devoting installment I’ve mmols Wingates foggy acuity tissue's oxidize Phinney synonymous Mistaking intriguing teamed Auburn Wolfe's CPT impede trash Someone's calorically reintroduction reintroduce blunts Paoli transitioned lasted Ketostix conservatively reversals lackluster telltale stroll tantamount deluge chockfull edibles aisle Who's les courgettes serrated peeler spiralizer wonderfully hash browns mandolin dubbed cauliflower's spuds pulverize Brassica wallop Chard sauté cremini shiitake fungi umami portobello stealthily praised dearth smear firepower backlash au naturale pint shrivelled rosy orbs lycopene Nature's lengthwise microwavable parchment scrape benevolent gourd Radish Bok choy Watercress famously sang stoned sweetness tinged tipoff nondigestible plush stellar sniffles pucker Fillets mercury unseasoned marinades ante beloved deli spared lunchmeats Dijon collard fests fattened Cornish hen Gruyere mundane decoupled riff blending pinches mop cultured surging critters tangy horns cow's Brie Ricotta kefir carnivores soaks brilliantly marinate Tempeh earthy mushroomy crumbling casseroles sauerkraut Pinto boast Pepitas o castoffs Sargento stringy bathed humming lofty healthyomega shops supermarkets Pepperettes Hazelnuts Bob's fare Shirataki translucent gelatinous konjac bowlful nondescript rinse blanch Preliminary prediabetes viscous Hazelnut brewed quencher moo cartons sidestep Imbibing infuses exhaustive flapjacks marys ye sipped seltzer contradictory farther swilling interchangeably insulinogenic spur counterintuitive accessing tougher adjusts Mozzarella cucumbers kcals reservoir thriving ongoing chow insisted French's Trimmed Uncured Portabella condensed tamari aminos steamer bubbly Ruthie ours marshmallows dye pumpkins fl Truvia Nutmeg Cloves towels masher lumpy quartered ½ generously pierced family's else's cleanup cooks Kosher slits slit PDF unwrap tossed bowl's ooohs aaaahs mouthwatering Coarse wilt bakes Sprouted crumb crumbs crumble byproducts apiece appreciable granite unconditioned stepmill app Centopani eater groundbreaking world's Evan's insists com's it'd befriending fluke flounder rutabaga turnips distributing rigors regimented hamburgers Animal's flagship Pak negotiable fundamentally depleting plows wishful oversimplified depletes Karbolyn Labrada's shuttling muscles replenished proponent dragging microtraumas pounder resynthesis disposal polymer shuttle Elasti RTD MRP EFA Charge Krill MPS rapamycin hesitate Centopani's diner steakhouse wheelbarrow Overseas border nearest awful refrigeration Stak Iconic XL Beanie Rotisserie precooked breaded standby powered brothers McGrath Antoine Vaillant baggie brainer Nothing's comforting goulash Slurp swole requested dad's bursting rotini parsnips I’ll paprika Worcestershire Caraway saucepot batch Printable Frosting silicone brethren Vincenzo Masone Fritz approached days steal sanitary basa jumbo gallbladder crowns handfuls plums nectarines underconsumed drilled skulls lid poking USDA thickest translates clump cruciferous broil cardamom thankfully occasions roasting dicing drizzling facet pectin midworkout plump insides glorious skimp Tahini Cumin pretzels sing Ramen entrée zing sharpest leftover pinapple Endive chilies clove crumbles vinaigrette Kalamata pitted Oregano Bragg's tonight's Mendelsohn frothy stove fortunate micromanaging achievements NASCAR skimping mussels rabbit seitan grapefruits limes Melons honeydew apricots… chestnuts overanalyzing fistful plateauing stricter fistfuls arrangement honing afforded it'll Fiber's Satiate Yep compiled SOUTHWEST potlucks bevy ROMA SEEDED uncovered BALSAMIC yummy clocks heats PARSNIP resealable rimmed Discard FE COB THINLY spinner BURRITO RINSED GARNISHES STROGANOFF CAMPBELL'S SHERRY dente garnished Dorian coveted GROUNDED hesitation filets tenderloins scours tags grabs fattier semblance beefing thrifty exchanges D's rodeo beeline Quaker swayed canister opts canisters measly sizzling sitcom Kris EZ sec Bathe proverbial anticipate Radar Benchmarks Robergs R Pearson Costill Fink J Pascoe Benedict Zachweija intensities Calder Yaqoob Bowtell Gelly Simeoni Rennie Wang uncompromising Welsh Kage meditative yin coincides iconoclast's sellers efficaciously replicate brand's Vitargo disguise bitterness reluctantly Offerings Hydra underperforming refilming raced biked deadlifted Ironman Matt Pritchard Ironmans swears triathletes Trainee Hey faceless
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Типичные ошибки новичков в бодибилдинге
 
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https://www.instagram.com/prometei.tech/ reassured screamed liter favoring traction wondered reconsider realizing plow nap brain's ebb manifests CVD HDL minutiae ducks They've sufficed proponents waged salvo yearlong Tulane coverage unanimously sarcasm Pundits predictors coffin headlines representative enrolled Asians demographic diehards implausible slashing upped group's balloons publicized uptick bioelectrical impedance predictor LDL carbers pedestrian cuttingsome glean takeaways echoed study's Lydia Bazzano compel directing dogmatic almighty Jake fascinating devoting installment I’ve mmols Wingates foggy acuity tissue's oxidize Phinney synonymous Mistaking intriguing teamed Auburn Wolfe's CPT impede trash Someone's calorically reintroduction reintroduce blunts Paoli transitioned lasted Ketostix conservatively reversals lackluster telltale stroll tantamount deluge chockfull edibles aisle Who's les courgettes serrated peeler spiralizer wonderfully hash browns mandolin dubbed cauliflower's spuds pulverize Brassica wallop Chard sauté cremini shiitake fungi umami portobello stealthily praised dearth smear firepower backlash au naturale pint shrivelled rosy orbs lycopene Nature's lengthwise microwavable parchment scrape benevolent gourd Radish Bok choy Watercress famously sang stoned sweetness tinged tipoff nondigestible plush stellar sniffles pucker Fillets mercury unseasoned marinades ante beloved deli spared lunchmeats Dijon collard fests fattened Cornish hen Gruyere mundane decoupled riff blending pinches mop cultured surging critters tangy horns cow's Brie Ricotta kefir carnivores soaks brilliantly marinate Tempeh earthy mushroomy crumbling casseroles sauerkraut Pinto boast Pepitas o castoffs Sargento stringy bathed humming lofty healthyomega shops supermarkets Pepperettes Hazelnuts Bob's fare Shirataki translucent gelatinous konjac bowlful nondescript rinse blanch Preliminary prediabetes viscous Hazelnut brewed quencher moo cartons sidestep Imbibing infuses exhaustive flapjacks marys ye sipped seltzer contradictory farther swilling interchangeably insulinogenic spur counterintuitive accessing tougher adjusts Mozzarella cucumbers kcals reservoir thriving ongoing chow insisted French's Trimmed Uncured Portabella condensed tamari aminos steamer bubbly Ruthie ours marshmallows dye pumpkins fl Truvia Nutmeg Cloves towels masher lumpy quartered ½ generously pierced family's else's cleanup cooks Kosher slits slit PDF unwrap tossed bowl's ooohs aaaahs mouthwatering Coarse wilt bakes Sprouted crumb crumbs crumble byproducts apiece appreciable granite unconditioned stepmill app Centopani eater groundbreaking world's Evan's insists com's it'd befriending fluke flounder rutabaga turnips distributing rigors regimented hamburgers Animal's flagship Pak negotiable fundamentally depleting plows wishful oversimplified depletes Karbolyn Labrada's shuttling muscles replenished proponent dragging microtraumas pounder resynthesis disposal polymer shuttle Elasti RTD MRP EFA Charge Krill MPS rapamycin hesitate Centopani's diner steakhouse wheelbarrow Overseas border nearest awful refrigeration Stak Iconic XL Beanie Rotisserie precooked breaded standby powered brothers McGrath Antoine Vaillant baggie brainer Nothing's comforting goulash Slurp swole requested dad's bursting rotini parsnips I’ll paprika Worcestershire Caraway saucepot batch Printable Frosting silicone brethren Vincenzo Masone Fritz approached days steal sanitary basa jumbo gallbladder crowns handfuls plums nectarines underconsumed drilled skulls lid poking USDA thickest translates clump cruciferous broil cardamom thankfully occasions roasting dicing drizzling facet pectin midworkout plump insides glorious skimp Tahini Cumin pretzels sing Ramen entrée zing sharpest leftover pinapple Endive chilies clove crumbles vinaigrette Kalamata pitted Oregano Bragg's tonight's Mendelsohn frothy stove fortunate micromanaging achievements NASCAR skimping mussels rabbit seitan grapefruits limes Melons honeydew apricots… chestnuts overanalyzing fistful plateauing stricter fistfuls arrangement honing afforded it'll Fiber's Satiate Yep compiled SOUTHWEST potlucks bevy ROMA SEEDED uncovered BALSAMIC yummy clocks heats PARSNIP resealable rimmed Discard FE COB THINLY spinner BURRITO RINSED GARNISHES STROGANOFF CAMPBELL'S SHERRY dente garnished Dorian coveted GROUNDED hesitation filets tenderloins scours tags grabs fattier semblance beefing thrifty exchanges D's rodeo beeline Quaker swayed canister opts canisters measly sizzling sitcom Kris EZ sec Bathe proverbial anticipate Radar Benchmarks Robergs R Pearson Costill Fink J Pascoe Benedict Zachweija intensities Calder Yaqoob Bowtell Gelly Simeoni Rennie Wang uncompromising Welsh Kage meditative yin coincides iconoclast's sellers efficaciously replicate brand's Vitargo disguise bitterness reluctantly Offerings Hydra underperforming refilming raced biked deadlifted Ironman Matt Pritchard Ironmans swears triathletes Trainee Hey faceless
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Сколько можно скинуть (похудеть) на кефирной диете?
 
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https://www.instagram.com/prometei.tech/ reassured screamed liter favoring traction wondered reconsider realizing plow nap brain's ebb manifests CVD HDL minutiae ducks They've sufficed proponents waged salvo yearlong Tulane coverage unanimously sarcasm Pundits predictors coffin headlines representative enrolled Asians demographic diehards implausible slashing upped group's balloons publicized uptick bioelectrical impedance predictor LDL carbers pedestrian cuttingsome glean takeaways echoed study's Lydia Bazzano compel directing dogmatic almighty Jake fascinating devoting installment I’ve mmols Wingates foggy acuity tissue's oxidize Phinney synonymous Mistaking intriguing teamed Auburn Wolfe's CPT impede trash Someone's calorically reintroduction reintroduce blunts Paoli transitioned lasted Ketostix conservatively reversals lackluster telltale stroll tantamount deluge chockfull edibles aisle Who's les courgettes serrated peeler spiralizer wonderfully hash browns mandolin dubbed cauliflower's spuds pulverize Brassica wallop Chard sauté cremini shiitake fungi umami portobello stealthily praised dearth smear firepower backlash au naturale pint shrivelled rosy orbs lycopene Nature's lengthwise microwavable parchment scrape benevolent gourd Radish Bok choy Watercress famously sang stoned sweetness tinged tipoff nondigestible plush stellar sniffles pucker Fillets mercury unseasoned marinades ante beloved deli spared lunchmeats Dijon collard fests fattened Cornish hen Gruyere mundane decoupled riff blending pinches mop cultured surging critters tangy horns cow's Brie Ricotta kefir carnivores soaks brilliantly marinate Tempeh earthy mushroomy crumbling casseroles sauerkraut Pinto boast Pepitas o castoffs Sargento stringy bathed humming lofty healthyomega shops supermarkets Pepperettes Hazelnuts Bob's fare Shirataki translucent gelatinous konjac bowlful nondescript rinse blanch Preliminary prediabetes viscous Hazelnut brewed quencher moo cartons sidestep Imbibing infuses exhaustive flapjacks marys ye sipped seltzer contradictory farther swilling interchangeably insulinogenic spur counterintuitive accessing tougher adjusts Mozzarella cucumbers kcals reservoir thriving ongoing chow insisted French's Trimmed Uncured Portabella condensed tamari aminos steamer bubbly Ruthie ours marshmallows dye pumpkins fl Truvia Nutmeg Cloves towels masher lumpy quartered ½ generously pierced family's else's cleanup cooks Kosher slits slit PDF unwrap tossed bowl's ooohs aaaahs mouthwatering Coarse wilt bakes Sprouted crumb crumbs crumble byproducts apiece appreciable granite unconditioned stepmill app Centopani eater groundbreaking world's Evan's insists com's it'd befriending fluke flounder rutabaga turnips distributing rigors regimented hamburgers Animal's flagship Pak negotiable fundamentally depleting plows wishful oversimplified depletes Karbolyn Labrada's shuttling muscles replenished proponent dragging microtraumas pounder resynthesis disposal polymer shuttle Elasti RTD MRP EFA Charge Krill MPS rapamycin hesitate Centopani's diner steakhouse wheelbarrow Overseas border nearest awful refrigeration Stak Iconic XL Beanie Rotisserie precooked breaded standby powered brothers McGrath Antoine Vaillant baggie brainer Nothing's comforting goulash Slurp swole requested dad's bursting rotini parsnips I’ll paprika Worcestershire Caraway saucepot batch Printable Frosting silicone brethren Vincenzo Masone Fritz approached days steal sanitary basa jumbo gallbladder crowns handfuls plums nectarines underconsumed drilled skulls lid poking USDA thickest translates clump cruciferous broil cardamom thankfully occasions roasting dicing drizzling facet pectin midworkout plump insides glorious skimp Tahini Cumin pretzels sing Ramen entrée zing sharpest leftover pinapple Endive chilies clove crumbles vinaigrette Kalamata pitted Oregano Bragg's tonight's Mendelsohn frothy stove fortunate micromanaging achievements NASCAR skimping mussels rabbit seitan grapefruits limes Melons honeydew apricots… chestnuts overanalyzing fistful plateauing stricter fistfuls arrangement honing afforded it'll Fiber's Satiate Yep compiled SOUTHWEST potlucks bevy ROMA SEEDED uncovered BALSAMIC yummy clocks heats PARSNIP resealable rimmed Discard FE COB THINLY spinner BURRITO RINSED GARNISHES STROGANOFF CAMPBELL'S SHERRY dente garnished Dorian coveted GROUNDED hesitation filets tenderloins scours tags grabs fattier semblance beefing thrifty exchanges D's rodeo beeline Quaker swayed canister opts canisters measly sizzling sitcom Kris EZ sec Bathe proverbial anticipate Radar Benchmarks Robergs R Pearson Costill Fink J Pascoe Benedict Zachweija intensities Calder Yaqoob Bowtell Gelly Simeoni Rennie Wang uncompromising Welsh Kage meditative yin coincides iconoclast's sellers efficaciously replicate brand's Vitargo disguise bitterness reluctantly Offerings Hydra underperforming refilming raced biked deadlifted Ironman Matt Pritchard Ironmans swears triathletes Trainee Hey faceless
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Richard Jose sings "Dear Old Songs," recorded on January 12, 1904, and issued on Victor 31170
 
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Richard Jose sings "Dear Old Songs," recorded on January 12, 1904, and issued on Victor 31170. Richard Jose was first to be identified on records as a "countertenor" though he might not have been the first to make records. Harry Leighton is identified as an "alto" in a mid-1890s cylinder catalog. The terms "alto" and "contra-tenor" were used more often in the 1890s than "counter-tenor." On the cover of sheet music for Monroe R. Rosenfeld's "Remember Your Father and Mother" (1890) is this line: "Written for and sung by America's Most Famous Alto, Mr. Richard José." Most of Jose's discs, including the earliest with Monarch and Deluxe labels (Victor used these words on early ten- and twelve-inch discs, respectively), identify him as "counter-tenor" though on some labels Jose is identified as "tenor." It appears that Jose was billed as a tenor, not a countertenor, in minstrel shows and vaudeville. The origins of the term "countertenor" are not known for certain but it may have referred to a voice part ("against the tenor"). In the earliest organum were contratenor altus (high against the tenor) and contratenor bassus (low against the tenor). Countertenors are sometimes called altos because they originally sang alto parts, alto meaning "high." A countertenor's pitch is similar to the female contralto's. Whereas nearly all modern countertenors rely on falsetto, which is a "head voice" with little or no chest resonance, Jose as well as recording artist Will Oakland achieved an unusually high range without reliance on falsetto, instead using full lung power. Each singer was a naturally high-placed tenor (another was Russell Oberlin, leading American countertenor of the 1950s and 1960s). Jose could color his voice's tone in a way that is difficult for anyone using falsetto. No singer relying on falsetto could have produced the volume needed to fill concert halls, as Jose did. Newspapers at the time insisted that Jose had the voice of a boy, which may have been true in terms of tone. A difference is that Jose could project his voice and be heard throughout an auditorium as no boy soprano could. The countertenor voice was much valued centuries ago (as was the castrato), especially in the 1600s and early 1700s. English composer Henry Purcell was reportedly a countertenor. Such singing went out of fashion for various reasons, and no singers of the nineteenth century won fame as countertenors with the exception of Jose at the end of that century. His recording career was brief, from 1903 to 1906, but he had been popular on stage long before he made records, and he continued to give concerts after his recording career was over. A slim book titled "Silver Threads Among the Gold" in the Life of Richard J. Jose was written and self-published by Grace M. Wilkinson four years after Jose's death. The book's copyright date is February 8, 1945. Only once does Wilkinson refer to Jose as a countertenor: "His popularity in vaudeville as a contra-tenor was very much like that of Caruso in Italian grand opera." Almost nothing is said about Jose's singing techniques, but his range is noted: "Mr. Jose's compass was from D above middle C to E above high C." The book also notes that when he sang "Goodbye, Dolly Gray," Jose's principle "working note was high 'D,' two half?steps above the sacred high 'C' of Italian tenordom." He was born in England in a Cornish village, Lanner. His birth certificate, according to British researcher David Ivall, shows that Jose was born on June 5, 1862. Various sources give later dates but these rely on statements by Jose or his wife, both of whom wished him to seem younger than he was. Wilkinson refers to a home built in Lanner by Captain James Francis and writes, "In this home, all of Captain Francis' children were born. His daughter, Elizabeth...was now being courted by a young Spanish miner, Richard Jose. His ancestors had come from Spain to work in the tin mines at Cornwall." Jose's baptismal record is dated September 17, 1862, and gives the surname as "Joce." This is a phonetic spelling. Richard Jose senior was a copper miner who died in late 1876. The son, eldest of five children, traveled to Nevada to locate an uncle. A reporter from Virginia City, one Alfred Doten, kept a detailed journal, and The Journals of Alfred Doten, 1849-1903, published in three volumes in 1973, refer several times to Dick Jose's early singing career. Doten's journal entries suggest that Jose traveled in summer months. On July 4, 1887, two years after first mentioning Jose, Doten again refers to Jose, calling him "Reno's favorite tenor" and writes, "In response to encores and vociferous calls he sang 'Grandfather's Footsteps' in his clearest, sweetest, most sympathetic voice, and was rapturously applauded." He made brown wax cylinders in the 1890s, such as "Poor Blind Boy," which I posted elsewhere on youtube.
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Richard Jose "Time and Tide" Victor Talking Machine Company 1904 rare countertenor
 
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Richard Jose was first to be identified on records as a "countertenor" though he might not have been the first to make records. Harry Leighton is identified as an "alto" in a mid-1890s cylinder catalog. The terms "alto" and "contra-tenor" were used more often in the 1890s than "counter-tenor." On the cover of sheet music for Monroe R. Rosenfeld's "Remember Your Father and Mother" (1890) is this line: "Written for and sung by America's Most Famous Alto, Mr. Richard José." Most of Jose's discs, including the earliest with Monarch and Deluxe labels (Victor used these words on early ten- and twelve-inch discs, respectively), identify him as "counter-tenor" though on some labels Jose is identified as "tenor." It appears that Jose was billed as a tenor, not a countertenor, in minstrel shows and vaudeville. The origins of the term "countertenor" are not known for certain but it may have referred to a voice part ("against the tenor"). In the earliest organum were contratenor altus (high against the tenor) and contratenor bassus (low against the tenor). Countertenors are sometimes called altos because they originally sang alto parts, alto meaning "high." A countertenor's pitch is similar to the female contralto's. Whereas nearly all modern countertenors rely on falsetto, which is a "head voice" with little or no chest resonance, Jose as well as recording artist Will Oakland achieved an unusually high range without reliance on falsetto, instead using full lung power. Each singer was a naturally high-placed tenor (another was Russell Oberlin, leading American countertenor of the 1950s and 1960s). Jose could color his voice's tone in a way that is difficult for anyone using falsetto. No singer relying on falsetto could have produced the volume needed to fill concert halls, as Jose did. Newspapers at the time insisted that Jose had the voice of a boy, which may have been true in terms of tone. A difference is that Jose could project his voice and be heard throughout an auditorium as no boy soprano could. The countertenor voice was much valued centuries ago (as was the castrato), especially in the 1600s and early 1700s. English composer Henry Purcell was reportedly a countertenor. Such singing went out of fashion for various reasons, and no singers of the nineteenth century won fame as countertenors with the exception of Jose at the end of that century. His recording career was brief, from 1903 to 1906, but he had been popular on stage long before he made records, and he continued to give concerts after his recording career was over. A slim book titled "Silver Threads Among the Gold" in the Life of Richard J. Jose was written and self-published by Grace M. Wilkinson four years after Jose's death. The book's copyright date is February 8, 1945. Only once does Wilkinson refer to Jose as a countertenor: "His popularity in vaudeville as a contra-tenor was very much like that of Caruso in Italian grand opera." Almost nothing is said about Jose's singing techniques, but his range is noted: "Mr. Jose's compass was from D above middle C to E above high C." The book also notes that when he sang "Goodbye, Dolly Gray," Jose's principle "working note was high 'D,' two half?steps above the sacred high 'C' of Italian tenordom." He was born in England in a Cornish village, Lanner. His birth certificate, according to British researcher David Ivall, shows that Jose was born on June 5, 1862. Various sources give later dates but these rely on statements by Jose or his wife, both of whom wished him to seem younger than he was. Wilkinson refers to a home built in Lanner by Captain James Francis and writes, "In this home, all of Captain Francis' children were born. His daughter, Elizabeth...was now being courted by a young Spanish miner, Richard Jose. His ancestors had come from Spain to work in the tin mines at Cornwall." Jose's baptismal record is dated September 17, 1862, and gives the surname as "Joce." This is a phonetic spelling. Richard Jose senior was a copper miner who died in late 1876. The son, eldest of five children, traveled to Nevada to locate an uncle. A reporter from Virginia City, one Alfred Doten, kept a detailed journal, and The Journals of Alfred Doten, 1849-1903, published in three volumes in 1973, refer several times to Dick Jose's early singing career. Doten's journal entries suggest that Jose traveled in summer months. On July 4, 1887, two years after first mentioning Jose, Doten again refers to Jose, calling him "Reno's favorite tenor" and writes, "In response to encores and vociferous calls he sang 'Grandfather's Footsteps' in his clearest, sweetest, most sympathetic voice, and was rapturously applauded." He made brown wax cylinders in 1892, such as his very rare "Poor Blind Boy," which I posted elsewhere on youtube.
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Richard Jose "May, Sweet May" (January 12, 1904) Victor Talking Machine Company rare countertenor
 
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Richard Jose was first to be identified on records as a "countertenor" though he might not have been the first to make records. Harry Leighton is identified as an "alto" in a mid-1890s cylinder catalog. Edward Le Roy Rice states in Monarchs of Minstrelsy (Kenny Publishing Company, 1911) that Leighton--born in Bradford, England--"has a peculiarly pleasing high-tenor voice." The terms "alto" and "contra-tenor" were used more often in the 1890s than "counter-tenor." On the cover of sheet music for Monroe R. Rosenfeld's "Remember Your Father and Mother" (1890) is this line: "Written for and sung by America's Most Famous Alto, Mr. Richard José." Most of Jose's discs, including the earliest with Monarch and Deluxe labels (Victor used these words on early ten- and twelve-inch discs, respectively), identify him as "counter-tenor" though on some labels Jose is identified as "tenor." It appears that Jose was billed as a tenor, not a countertenor, in minstrel shows and vaudeville. The origins of the term "countertenor" are not known for certain but it may have referred to a voice part ("against the tenor"). In the earliest organum were contratenor altus (high against the tenor) and contratenor bassus (low against the tenor). Countertenors are sometimes called altos because they originally sang alto parts, alto meaning "high." A countertenor's pitch is similar to the female contralto's. Whereas nearly all modern countertenors rely on falsetto, which is a "head voice" with little or no chest resonance, Jose as well as recording artist Will Oakland achieved an unusually high range without reliance on falsetto, instead using full lung power. Each singer was a naturally high-placed tenor (another was Russell Oberlin, leading American countertenor of the 1950s and 1960s). Jose could color his voice's tone in a way that is difficult for anyone using falsetto. No singer relying on falsetto could have produced the volume needed to fill concert halls, as Jose did. Newspapers at the time insisted that Jose had the voice of a boy, which may have been true in terms of tone. A difference is that Jose could project his voice and be heard throughout an auditorium as no boy soprano could. The countertenor voice was much valued centuries ago (as was the castrato), especially in the 1600s and early 1700s. English composer Henry Purcell was reportedly a countertenor. Such singing went out of fashion for various reasons, and no singers of the nineteenth century won fame as countertenors with the exception of Jose at the end of that century. His recording career was brief, from 1903 to 1906, but he had been popular on stage long before he made records, and he continued to give concerts after his recording career was over. A slim book titled "Silver Threads Among the Gold" in the Life of Richard J. Jose was written and self-published by Grace M. Wilkinson four years after Jose's death. The book's copyright date is February 8, 1945. Only once does Wilkinson refer to Jose as a countertenor: "His popularity in vaudeville as a contra-tenor was very much like that of Caruso in Italian grand opera." Almost nothing is said about Jose's singing techniques, but his range is noted: "Mr. Jose's compass was from D above middle C to E above high C." The book also notes that when he sang "Goodbye, Dolly Gray," Jose's principle "working note was high 'D,' two half?steps above the sacred high 'C' of Italian tenordom." He was born in England in a Cornish village, Lanner. His birth certificate, according to British researcher David Ivall, shows that Jose was born on June 5, 1862. Various sources give later dates but these rely on statements by Jose or his wife, both of whom wished him to seem younger than he was. Wilkinson refers to a home built in Lanner by Captain James Francis and writes, "In this home, all of Captain Francis' children were born. His daughter, Elizabeth...was now being courted by a young Spanish miner, Richard Jose. His ancestors had come from Spain to work in the tin mines at Cornwall." Jose's baptismal record is dated September 17, 1862, and gives the surname as "Joce." This is a phonetic spelling. Richard Jose senior was a copper miner who died in late 1876. The son, eldest of five children, traveled to Nevada to locate an uncle. A reporter from Virginia City, one Alfred Doten, kept a detailed journal, and The Journals of Alfred Doten, 1849-1903, published in three volumes in 1973, refer several times to Dick Jose's early singing career. Doten's journal entries suggest that Jose traveled in summer months. On July 4, 1887, two years after first mentioning Jose, Doten again refers to Jose, calling him "Reno's favorite tenor" and writes, "In response to encores and vociferous calls he sang 'Grandfather's Footsteps' in his clearest, sweetest, most sympathetic voice, and was rapturously applauded." He made brown wax cylinders in 1892, such as "Poor Blind Boy," which I posted elsewhere on youtube.
Views: 33 Tim Gracyk
Что такое мышечная память? Насколько быстро можно восстановить форму после долговременного пропуска?
 
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https://www.instagram.com/prometei.tech/ reassured screamed liter favoring traction wondered reconsider realizing plow nap brain's ebb manifests CVD HDL minutiae ducks They've sufficed proponents waged salvo yearlong Tulane coverage unanimously sarcasm Pundits predictors coffin headlines representative enrolled Asians demographic diehards implausible slashing upped group's balloons publicized uptick bioelectrical impedance predictor LDL carbers pedestrian cuttingsome glean takeaways echoed study's Lydia Bazzano compel directing dogmatic almighty Jake fascinating devoting installment I’ve mmols Wingates foggy acuity tissue's oxidize Phinney synonymous Mistaking intriguing teamed Auburn Wolfe's CPT impede trash Someone's calorically reintroduction reintroduce blunts Paoli transitioned lasted Ketostix conservatively reversals lackluster telltale stroll tantamount deluge chockfull edibles aisle Who's les courgettes serrated peeler spiralizer wonderfully hash browns mandolin dubbed cauliflower's spuds pulverize Brassica wallop Chard sauté cremini shiitake fungi umami portobello stealthily praised dearth smear firepower backlash au naturale pint shrivelled rosy orbs lycopene Nature's lengthwise microwavable parchment scrape benevolent gourd Radish Bok choy Watercress famously sang stoned sweetness tinged tipoff nondigestible plush stellar sniffles pucker Fillets mercury unseasoned marinades ante beloved deli spared lunchmeats Dijon collard fests fattened Cornish hen Gruyere mundane decoupled riff blending pinches mop cultured surging critters tangy horns cow's Brie Ricotta kefir carnivores soaks brilliantly marinate Tempeh earthy mushroomy crumbling casseroles sauerkraut Pinto boast Pepitas o castoffs Sargento stringy bathed humming lofty healthyomega shops supermarkets Pepperettes Hazelnuts Bob's fare Shirataki translucent gelatinous konjac bowlful nondescript rinse blanch Preliminary prediabetes viscous Hazelnut brewed quencher moo cartons sidestep Imbibing infuses exhaustive flapjacks marys ye sipped seltzer contradictory farther swilling interchangeably insulinogenic spur counterintuitive accessing tougher adjusts Mozzarella cucumbers kcals reservoir thriving ongoing chow insisted French's Trimmed Uncured Portabella condensed tamari aminos steamer bubbly Ruthie ours marshmallows dye pumpkins fl Truvia Nutmeg Cloves towels masher lumpy quartered ½ generously pierced family's else's cleanup cooks Kosher slits slit PDF unwrap tossed bowl's ooohs aaaahs mouthwatering Coarse wilt bakes Sprouted crumb crumbs crumble byproducts apiece appreciable granite unconditioned stepmill app Centopani eater groundbreaking world's Evan's insists com's it'd befriending fluke flounder rutabaga turnips distributing rigors regimented hamburgers Animal's flagship Pak negotiable fundamentally depleting plows wishful oversimplified depletes Karbolyn Labrada's shuttling muscles replenished proponent dragging microtraumas pounder resynthesis disposal polymer shuttle Elasti RTD MRP EFA Charge Krill MPS rapamycin hesitate Centopani's diner steakhouse wheelbarrow Overseas border nearest awful refrigeration Stak Iconic XL Beanie Rotisserie precooked breaded standby powered brothers McGrath Antoine Vaillant baggie brainer Nothing's comforting goulash Slurp swole requested dad's bursting rotini parsnips I’ll paprika Worcestershire Caraway saucepot batch Printable Frosting silicone brethren Vincenzo Masone Fritz approached days steal sanitary basa jumbo gallbladder crowns handfuls plums nectarines underconsumed drilled skulls lid poking USDA thickest translates clump cruciferous broil cardamom thankfully occasions roasting dicing drizzling facet pectin midworkout plump insides glorious skimp Tahini Cumin pretzels sing Ramen entrée zing sharpest leftover pinapple Endive chilies clove crumbles vinaigrette Kalamata pitted Oregano Bragg's tonight's Mendelsohn frothy stove fortunate micromanaging achievements NASCAR skimping mussels rabbit seitan grapefruits limes Melons honeydew apricots… chestnuts overanalyzing fistful plateauing stricter fistfuls arrangement honing afforded it'll Fiber's Satiate Yep compiled SOUTHWEST potlucks bevy ROMA SEEDED uncovered BALSAMIC yummy clocks heats PARSNIP resealable rimmed Discard FE COB THINLY spinner BURRITO RINSED GARNISHES STROGANOFF CAMPBELL'S SHERRY dente garnished Dorian coveted GROUNDED hesitation filets tenderloins scours tags grabs fattier semblance beefing thrifty exchanges D's rodeo beeline Quaker swayed canister opts canisters measly sizzling sitcom Kris EZ sec Bathe proverbial anticipate Radar Benchmarks Robergs R Pearson Costill Fink J Pascoe Benedict Zachweija intensities Calder Yaqoob Bowtell Gelly Simeoni Rennie Wang uncompromising Welsh Kage meditative yin coincides iconoclast's sellers efficaciously replicate brand's Vitargo disguise bitterness reluctantly Offerings Hydra underperforming refilming raced biked deadlifted Ironman Matt Pritchard Ironmans swears triathletes Trainee Hey faceless
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Питание для набора мышечной массы и роста мышц . Как набрать вес худому дрыщу?
 
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https://www.instagram.com/prometei.tech/ reassured screamed liter favoring traction wondered reconsider realizing plow nap brain's ebb manifests CVD HDL minutiae ducks They've sufficed proponents waged salvo yearlong Tulane coverage unanimously sarcasm Pundits predictors coffin headlines representative enrolled Asians demographic diehards implausible slashing upped group's balloons publicized uptick bioelectrical impedance predictor LDL carbers pedestrian cuttingsome glean takeaways echoed study's Lydia Bazzano compel directing dogmatic almighty Jake fascinating devoting installment I’ve mmols Wingates foggy acuity tissue's oxidize Phinney synonymous Mistaking intriguing teamed Auburn Wolfe's CPT impede trash Someone's calorically reintroduction reintroduce blunts Paoli transitioned lasted Ketostix conservatively reversals lackluster telltale stroll tantamount deluge chockfull edibles aisle Who's les courgettes serrated peeler spiralizer wonderfully hash browns mandolin dubbed cauliflower's spuds pulverize Brassica wallop Chard sauté cremini shiitake fungi umami portobello stealthily praised dearth smear firepower backlash au naturale pint shrivelled rosy orbs lycopene Nature's lengthwise microwavable parchment scrape benevolent gourd Radish Bok choy Watercress famously sang stoned sweetness tinged tipoff nondigestible plush stellar sniffles pucker Fillets mercury unseasoned marinades ante beloved deli spared lunchmeats Dijon collard fests fattened Cornish hen Gruyere mundane decoupled riff blending pinches mop cultured surging critters tangy horns cow's Brie Ricotta kefir carnivores soaks brilliantly marinate Tempeh earthy mushroomy crumbling casseroles sauerkraut Pinto boast Pepitas o castoffs Sargento stringy bathed humming lofty healthyomega shops supermarkets Pepperettes Hazelnuts Bob's fare Shirataki translucent gelatinous konjac bowlful nondescript rinse blanch Preliminary prediabetes viscous Hazelnut brewed quencher moo cartons sidestep Imbibing infuses exhaustive flapjacks marys ye sipped seltzer contradictory farther swilling interchangeably insulinogenic spur counterintuitive accessing tougher adjusts Mozzarella cucumbers kcals reservoir thriving ongoing chow insisted French's Trimmed Uncured Portabella condensed tamari aminos steamer bubbly Ruthie ours marshmallows dye pumpkins fl Truvia Nutmeg Cloves towels masher lumpy quartered ½ generously pierced family's else's cleanup cooks Kosher slits slit PDF unwrap tossed bowl's ooohs aaaahs mouthwatering Coarse wilt bakes Sprouted crumb crumbs crumble byproducts apiece appreciable granite unconditioned stepmill app Centopani eater groundbreaking world's Evan's insists com's it'd befriending fluke flounder rutabaga turnips distributing rigors regimented hamburgers Animal's flagship Pak negotiable fundamentally depleting plows wishful oversimplified depletes Karbolyn Labrada's shuttling muscles replenished proponent dragging microtraumas pounder resynthesis disposal polymer shuttle Elasti RTD MRP EFA Charge Krill MPS rapamycin hesitate Centopani's diner steakhouse wheelbarrow Overseas border nearest awful refrigeration Stak Iconic XL Beanie Rotisserie precooked breaded standby powered brothers McGrath Antoine Vaillant baggie brainer Nothing's comforting goulash Slurp swole requested dad's bursting rotini parsnips I’ll paprika Worcestershire Caraway saucepot batch Printable Frosting silicone brethren Vincenzo Masone Fritz approached days steal sanitary basa jumbo gallbladder crowns handfuls plums nectarines underconsumed drilled skulls lid poking USDA thickest translates clump cruciferous broil cardamom thankfully occasions roasting dicing drizzling facet pectin midworkout plump insides glorious skimp Tahini Cumin pretzels sing Ramen entrée zing sharpest leftover pinapple Endive chilies clove crumbles vinaigrette Kalamata pitted Oregano Bragg's tonight's Mendelsohn frothy stove fortunate micromanaging achievements NASCAR skimping mussels rabbit seitan grapefruits limes Melons honeydew apricots… chestnuts overanalyzing fistful plateauing stricter fistfuls arrangement honing afforded it'll Fiber's Satiate Yep compiled SOUTHWEST potlucks bevy ROMA SEEDED uncovered BALSAMIC yummy clocks heats PARSNIP resealable rimmed Discard FE COB THINLY spinner BURRITO RINSED GARNISHES STROGANOFF CAMPBELL'S SHERRY dente garnished Dorian coveted GROUNDED hesitation filets tenderloins scours tags grabs fattier semblance beefing thrifty exchanges D's rodeo beeline Quaker swayed canister opts canisters measly sizzling sitcom Kris EZ sec Bathe proverbial anticipate Radar Benchmarks Robergs R Pearson Costill Fink J Pascoe Benedict Zachweija intensities Calder Yaqoob Bowtell Gelly Simeoni Rennie Wang uncompromising Welsh Kage meditative yin coincides iconoclast's sellers efficaciously replicate brand's Vitargo disguise bitterness reluctantly Offerings Hydra underperforming refilming raced biked deadlifted Ironman Matt Pritchard Ironmans swears triathletes Trainee Hey faceless
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Richard Jose "May, Sweet May" (January 12, 1904) Victor Talking Machine Company rare countertenor
 
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Richard Jose was first to be identified on records as a "countertenor" though he might not have been the first to make records. Harry Leighton is identified as an "alto" in a mid-1890s cylinder catalog. Edward Le Roy Rice states in Monarchs of Minstrelsy (Kenny Publishing Company, 1911) that Leighton--born in Bradford, England--"has a peculiarly pleasing high-tenor voice." The terms "alto" and "contra-tenor" were used more often in the 1890s than "counter-tenor." On the cover of sheet music for Monroe R. Rosenfeld's "Remember Your Father and Mother" (1890) is this line: "Written for and sung by America's Most Famous Alto, Mr. Richard José." Most of Jose's discs, including the earliest with Monarch and Deluxe labels (Victor used these words on early ten- and twelve-inch discs, respectively), identify him as "counter-tenor" though on some labels Jose is identified as "tenor." It appears that Jose was billed as a tenor, not a countertenor, in minstrel shows and vaudeville. The origins of the term "countertenor" are not known for certain but it may have referred to a voice part ("against the tenor"). In the earliest organum were contratenor altus (high against the tenor) and contratenor bassus (low against the tenor). Countertenors are sometimes called altos because they originally sang alto parts, alto meaning "high." A countertenor's pitch is similar to the female contralto's. Whereas nearly all modern countertenors rely on falsetto, which is a "head voice" with little or no chest resonance, Jose as well as recording artist Will Oakland achieved an unusually high range without reliance on falsetto, instead using full lung power. Each singer was a naturally high-placed tenor (another was Russell Oberlin, leading American countertenor of the 1950s and 1960s). Jose could color his voice's tone in a way that is difficult for anyone using falsetto. No singer relying on falsetto could have produced the volume needed to fill concert halls, as Jose did. Newspapers at the time insisted that Jose had the voice of a boy, which may have been true in terms of tone. A difference is that Jose could project his voice and be heard throughout an auditorium as no boy soprano could. The countertenor voice was much valued centuries ago (as was the castrato), especially in the 1600s and early 1700s. English composer Henry Purcell was reportedly a countertenor. Such singing went out of fashion for various reasons, and no singers of the nineteenth century won fame as countertenors with the exception of Jose at the end of that century. His recording career was brief, from 1903 to 1906, but he had been popular on stage long before he made records, and he continued to give concerts after his recording career was over. A slim book titled "Silver Threads Among the Gold" in the Life of Richard J. Jose was written and self-published by Grace M. Wilkinson four years after Jose's death. The book's copyright date is February 8, 1945. Only once does Wilkinson refer to Jose as a countertenor: "His popularity in vaudeville as a contra-tenor was very much like that of Caruso in Italian grand opera." Almost nothing is said about Jose's singing techniques, but his range is noted: "Mr. Jose's compass was from D above middle C to E above high C." The book also notes that when he sang "Goodbye, Dolly Gray," Jose's principle "working note was high 'D,' two half?steps above the sacred high 'C' of Italian tenordom." He was born in England in a Cornish village, Lanner. His birth certificate, according to British researcher David Ivall, shows that Jose was born on June 5, 1862. Various sources give later dates but these rely on statements by Jose or his wife, both of whom wished him to seem younger than he was. Wilkinson refers to a home built in Lanner by Captain James Francis and writes, "In this home, all of Captain Francis' children were born. His daughter, Elizabeth...was now being courted by a young Spanish miner, Richard Jose. His ancestors had come from Spain to work in the tin mines at Cornwall." Jose's baptismal record is dated September 17, 1862, and gives the surname as "Joce." This is a phonetic spelling. Richard Jose senior was a copper miner who died in late 1876. The son, eldest of five children, traveled to Nevada to locate an uncle. A reporter from Virginia City, one Alfred Doten, kept a detailed journal, and The Journals of Alfred Doten, 1849-1903, published in three volumes in 1973, refer several times to Dick Jose's early singing career. Doten's journal entries suggest that Jose traveled in summer months. On July 4, 1887, two years after first mentioning Jose, Doten again refers to Jose, calling him "Reno's favorite tenor" and writes, "In response to encores and vociferous calls he sang 'Grandfather's Footsteps' in his clearest, sweetest, most sympathetic voice, and was rapturously applauded." He made brown wax cylinders in 1892, such as "Poor Blind Boy," which I posted elsewhere on youtube.
Views: 29 Tim Gracyk
Креатин. Спортивное питание. Креатин моногидрат
 
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https://www.instagram.com/prometei.tech/ reassured screamed liter favoring traction wondered reconsider realizing plow nap brain's ebb manifests CVD HDL minutiae ducks They've sufficed proponents waged salvo yearlong Tulane coverage unanimously sarcasm Pundits predictors coffin headlines representative enrolled Asians demographic diehards implausible slashing upped group's balloons publicized uptick bioelectrical impedance predictor LDL carbers pedestrian cuttingsome glean takeaways echoed study's Lydia Bazzano compel directing dogmatic almighty Jake fascinating devoting installment I’ve mmols Wingates foggy acuity tissue's oxidize Phinney synonymous Mistaking intriguing teamed Auburn Wolfe's CPT impede trash Someone's calorically reintroduction reintroduce blunts Paoli transitioned lasted Ketostix conservatively reversals lackluster telltale stroll tantamount deluge chockfull edibles aisle Who's les courgettes serrated peeler spiralizer wonderfully hash browns mandolin dubbed cauliflower's spuds pulverize Brassica wallop Chard sauté cremini shiitake fungi umami portobello stealthily praised dearth smear firepower backlash au naturale pint shrivelled rosy orbs lycopene Nature's lengthwise microwavable parchment scrape benevolent gourd Radish Bok choy Watercress famously sang stoned sweetness tinged tipoff nondigestible plush stellar sniffles pucker Fillets mercury unseasoned marinades ante beloved deli spared lunchmeats Dijon collard fests fattened Cornish hen Gruyere mundane decoupled riff blending pinches mop cultured surging critters tangy horns cow's Brie Ricotta kefir carnivores soaks brilliantly marinate Tempeh earthy mushroomy crumbling casseroles sauerkraut Pinto boast Pepitas o castoffs Sargento stringy bathed humming lofty healthyomega shops supermarkets Pepperettes Hazelnuts Bob's fare Shirataki translucent gelatinous konjac bowlful nondescript rinse blanch Preliminary prediabetes viscous Hazelnut brewed quencher moo cartons sidestep Imbibing infuses exhaustive flapjacks marys ye sipped seltzer contradictory farther swilling interchangeably insulinogenic spur counterintuitive accessing tougher adjusts Mozzarella cucumbers kcals reservoir thriving ongoing chow insisted French's Trimmed Uncured Portabella condensed tamari aminos steamer bubbly Ruthie ours marshmallows dye pumpkins fl Truvia Nutmeg Cloves towels masher lumpy quartered ½ generously pierced family's else's cleanup cooks Kosher slits slit PDF unwrap tossed bowl's ooohs aaaahs mouthwatering Coarse wilt bakes Sprouted crumb crumbs crumble byproducts apiece appreciable granite unconditioned stepmill app Centopani eater groundbreaking world's Evan's insists com's it'd befriending fluke flounder rutabaga turnips distributing rigors regimented hamburgers Animal's flagship Pak negotiable fundamentally depleting plows wishful oversimplified depletes Karbolyn Labrada's shuttling muscles replenished proponent dragging microtraumas pounder resynthesis disposal polymer shuttle Elasti RTD MRP EFA Charge Krill MPS rapamycin hesitate Centopani's diner steakhouse wheelbarrow Overseas border nearest awful refrigeration Stak Iconic XL Beanie Rotisserie precooked breaded standby powered brothers McGrath Antoine Vaillant baggie brainer Nothing's comforting goulash Slurp swole requested dad's bursting rotini parsnips I’ll paprika Worcestershire Caraway saucepot batch Printable Frosting silicone brethren Vincenzo Masone Fritz approached days steal sanitary basa jumbo gallbladder crowns handfuls plums nectarines underconsumed drilled skulls lid poking USDA thickest translates clump cruciferous broil cardamom thankfully occasions roasting dicing drizzling facet pectin midworkout plump insides glorious skimp Tahini Cumin pretzels sing Ramen entrée zing sharpest leftover pinapple Endive chilies clove crumbles vinaigrette Kalamata pitted Oregano Bragg's tonight's Mendelsohn frothy stove fortunate micromanaging achievements NASCAR skimping mussels rabbit seitan grapefruits limes Melons honeydew apricots… chestnuts overanalyzing fistful plateauing stricter fistfuls arrangement honing afforded it'll Fiber's Satiate Yep compiled SOUTHWEST potlucks bevy ROMA SEEDED uncovered BALSAMIC yummy clocks heats PARSNIP resealable rimmed Discard FE COB THINLY spinner BURRITO RINSED GARNISHES STROGANOFF CAMPBELL'S SHERRY dente garnished Dorian coveted GROUNDED hesitation filets tenderloins scours tags grabs fattier semblance beefing thrifty exchanges D's rodeo beeline Quaker swayed canister opts canisters measly sizzling sitcom Kris EZ sec Bathe proverbial anticipate Radar Benchmarks Robergs R Pearson Costill Fink J Pascoe Benedict Zachweija intensities Calder Yaqoob Bowtell Gelly Simeoni Rennie Wang uncompromising Welsh Kage meditative yin coincides iconoclast's sellers efficaciously replicate brand's Vitargo disguise bitterness reluctantly Offerings Hydra underperforming refilming raced biked deadlifted Ironman Matt Pritchard Ironmans swears triathletes Trainee Hey faceless
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