HAL, a town of Brabant, Belgium, about 9 m.
Yet so far was Wellington from divining Napoleon's object that he stationed 17,000 men (including Colville's British division) at Hal and Tubize, 8 m.
The Porte de Hal is the only one of the eight gates in the old wall left standing.
It is derived from hal, hale, whole, and cognate with "health."
This page gives an overview of all articles in the 1911 Brittanica which are alphabetized under H to Hal.
There was the yellow movement of a flashlight much too close and Dean sat bolt upright, a frantic vision of Bob from Boise, or Hal the creep, or someone ready to avenge the chastity of a wife or sister.
bolster morale with a comic reminder of Hal's deficiencies.
conidial suspension of HAL 1755.
Hal's theory, which he practiced on others, was that one must get hardened.
hotspur's comment that Vernon's praise of Hal doth nourish agues shows his ill grace, his jealousy of others ' praise.
Thus we feel some impatience in Hal's behalf.
His approach paid dividends in Hal's confrontations with his equally joyless father.
Henry V is a celebration of Hal's almost legendary exploits in France, culminating in the great reversal of the odds at Agincourt.
Hotspur expects to bolster morale with a comic reminder of Hal's deficiencies.
Kubrick consulted with AI experts such as Marvin Minsky to make HAL as scientifically plausible as possible.
Researchers Judy Burton, Rob Horowitz, and Hal Abeles created a taxonomy of learning in the arts and investigated the effects on learning.
He had been given a typewriter by Louisa Wallis, wife of the Hollywood producer Hal Wallis, who believed he had talent.
The word wassail is from the Anglo Saxon word " wes hal " meaning " good health " or " be whole " .
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Afternoons ' Rocket summer ' A bit like the Hal, this is lightweight cheery summery pop.
The word wassail is from the Anglo Saxon word " wes hal " meaning " good health " or " be whole ".
Other talented hopefuls included Hal Sparks and Jai Rodriguez.
In the end, Lucy Lawless, Hal Sparks, and Alfonso Ribeiro competed for the $100,000 prize.
The fat suit she donned for her role in Shallow Hal may have hid her super legs, but as "skinny Rosemary," viewers got to see just how fabulous Paltrow's pins are.
Children's programs are somewhat new to the Holland America line, but Club HAL is gradually expanding to include a greater range of activities for younger cruisers.
Foo Fighters: In Your Honor: This is another collection of the Foo's tabs put together by Hal Leonard Publishing.
The Top 100 Gospel Songbook features 100 Gospel songs in chord form and was created by the Hal Leonard Corp. (a leading source of guitar chords and tabs).
The Top 100 Praise and Worship Songbook features another 100 Gospel songs by the Hal Leonard Corp.
Praise Worship Guitar - Another great Hal Leonard publication is Praise and Worship for Guitar, a book that features songs like Lamb of God, We Bow Down, As the Deer, Be Not Afraid and many more.
This tab book published by Hal Leonard features the complete guitar transcriptions for the album All Hope Is Gone.
The End of All Things to Come - This Hal Leonard book has the complete tabs for the album The End of All Things to Come.
The Songs of Bob Dylan Guitar Tab Songbook from Hal Leonard publishing, includes tablature for I Shall Be Released, I'll Be Your Baby Tonight and Just like a Woman out of 121 songs total.
Although the ad campaign only ran for a few months after the The Hal Riney & Partners Ad Agency in San Francisco set it into motion back in 1991, it's still talked about today.
Pascagoula locals understand why the area is haunted, and relate it back to Hal, a worker at the Ingalls Shipyard in Pascagoula who was laid off from work one rainy Friday night.
Relocated from New Orleans, Hal's wife and five children stayed at a local motel in Pascagoula waiting for Hal to finish his night shift.
The next day the family had plans to spend a day at the beach, and Hal and Susan were hoping to put a deposit down on a new home in the area.
Even before losing his job, co-workers described Hal as an unstable man.
On the night Hal lost his job, his sanity slipped completely.
Waiting in agony while his family gradually fell asleep, Hal finally slipped out into the rain and found a fire axe.
Returning to the room, Hal murdered his entire family as they slept.
Afterward, Hal went from room to room pounding on each door and sobbing with despair over what he had done.
He eventually became involved with fellow Scientologist, Hal Puthoff, a physicist working (at the time) at the Stanford Research Institute (SRI).
Who can ever forget HAL saying, "I'm sorry, Dave.
One of the most famous characters in the film is the computer HAL, with his mellow voice and his underlying psychopathy.
This can also apply to the intellegence known as HAL in 2001: A Space Odessey.
HAL 9000 - This "robot" was actually the artificially intelligent computer system on board the spaceship Discovery One in 2001: A Space Odyssey.
While not technically a traditional robot, HAL represented the idea of artificial intelligence in any form, and what could happen when artificial intelligence became better than human intelligence.
This creep Hal is hot for me and this is the last place anybody would look.
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