Darrow sentence example

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  • Darrow's personality, by contrast [with Chesterton ], seemed rather colorless and certainly very dour.
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  • A presentation of the Doctor Who appreciation society with guests Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant and Paul Darrow, plus more to be announced.
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  • A presentation of the Doctor Who Appreciation society with guests Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant and Paul Darrow, plus more to be announced.
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  • Kong has taken a liking to Ann Darrow, the actress hired by Carl to be his leading lady, and will capture and save her a couple times throughout the game.
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  • The voices of the characters are the actual actors from the movie- Carl Denham (Jack Black ), Ann Darrow (Naomi Watts ), Jack Driscoll (Adrien Brody ), and Jimmy (Jaime Bell ).The graphics in King Kong are amazing.
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  • Another thing to note about Kong is that he has a big crush on Ann Darrow (the actress) and will capture her a few times during the game.
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  • As for audio dialog, the voices are played by the actors in the movie, which add to the richness of the game - Carl Denham (Jack Black ), Ann Darrow (Naomi Watts ), Jack Driscoll (Adrien Brody ), and Jimmy (Jaime Bell ).
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  • Darrow who invented the Monopoly game in 1933; however, the game really started with an educational game called "The Landlord's Game" which was patented by Lizzie Magie in 1904.
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  • Darrow was a salesman of heating and engineering equipment but lost his job during the Great Depression.
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  • When he developed Monopoly in 1933, Darrow decided to name the streets after Atlantic City streets and the railroads after the three railroads that carried wealthy travelers to Atlantic City.
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  • Darrow produced two games a day and sold them for $4 each.
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  • To keep up with the growing demand, a friend of Darrow started to print the game boards and title cards.
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  • Darrow still painted the colors onto the boards by hand.
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  • After this turndown, Darrow registered the game under patent number 2,026,082 and started to present the game to retailers in Philadelphia and F.A.O Schwarz in New York - both of which placed large orders.
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  • To meet the growing demand, Darrow ordered 5,000 sets from his printer friend.
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  • Based on the obvious commercial success that Darrow was receiving with his "handmade" version of the game, Parker Brothers reversed their decision and offered to purchase the game from Darrow.
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  • The royalties from the sales of Monopoly made Darrow a millionaire.
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  • Darrow envisioned the game of Monopoly as he played a similar game on oil skin at his kitchen table.
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  • Darrow went back undaunted and began making them by hand and selling them.
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  • Darrow. The story goes that Darrow used to play a similar game on his kitchen table and created his own version.
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  • Unfortunately for Darrow, they rejected the game citing over 20 design errors.
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  • In true entrepreneurial fashion Darrow never gave up and continued making them by hand and selling from his home.
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  • To a gorilla the size of Kong, the character Ann Darrow, played, in her most famous movie role by Fay Wray, must have appeared mouselike.
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  • Never the less, Ann Darrow is the only character in the movie that Kong responds favorably to.
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  • In fact, his father Kolopak (Henry Darrow) died fighting the Cardassians.
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