Synonyms for beattle or Related words with beattle
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He was born John McIntosh
at Bellingen, New South Wales, Australia.
The Asolo Theatre opened its doors on January 10, 1958 with a production of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's "Die Entführung aus dem Serail". Presented by the New York City Opera, the production was directed and conducted by Julius Rudel. The opera starred Robert Rounseville as Belmonte, Beverly Bower as Konstanze, Herbert
as Osmin, and Jacquelynne Moody as Blonde.
Contributors included James Ambuehl, Tracy Ambuehl, Kenneth J.
, Robert Bee, R.D. Bookout, Crispin Burnham, R. S. Cartwright, Lee Clark, Jason Gridley, Peter F. Guenther, Jonathon William Hodges, Tani Jantsang, J.W. Kelley, D.F. Lewis (Nemonymous), Philip Marsh, Andy Nunez, Brian Nutter, Duane Pesice, Robert M. Price (Crypt of Cthulhu), Joseph S. Pulver (Cthulhu Codex), P.J. Roberts, Ian Rogers, Kevin Eric Sheridan, Ron Shiflet, Kenneth Silver, G.W.Thomas, John H. Toon, Ray Wallace, and Peter A. Worthy (Al-Azif).
Pepenazi was born in Lagos, Nigeria. He grew up listening to songs of music greats including Ebenezer Obey, Sunny Ade, The
, IK Dairo, Fela Anikulapo Kuti, as they were his father's favorite. He had his primary education at Kemeesther Nursery and Primary School, Aguda Surulere, Lagos and his secondary school education at Mayflower School, Ikenne, Ogun State; where his love for Rap emerged, as he loved listening to the likes of Wyclef, Notorious B.I.G, P Diddy, Fat Joe, among others. He went further to earn for himself a Bachelor of Technology's degree in Estate Management from the prestigious Federal University of Technology, Akure, Ondo State. He recorded his first single as an undergraduate student of the school. He contested in an election of the Student Union Government of the school and emerged the winner of the polls to become the Union's Director of Socials. Under his auspices as the DO Socials, he alongside other performing acts in the institution made a musical album titled Futa's Finnest.
was long intimate with Thomas Campbell, and was selected by the poet as his biographer, an office which he discharged in 1849 by the publication of "The Life and Letters of Thomas Campbell", in three volumes. In 1833 Beattie speaks of Campbell as coming to take up his quarters at "Rose Villa", Beattie's cottage at Hampstead, where on former occasions he had experienced much benefit, and adds: 'These visits in after life were frequently repeated, and whenever he found himself relapsing into a depressed state of health and sprints, "Well," he would say, "I must come into hospital," and he would repair for another week to "Campbell's Ward," a room so named by the poet in the doctor's house'. In 1842 Campbells "Pilgrim of Glencoe" appeared, dedicated "To William Beattie, M.D., in remembrance of long subsisting and mutual friendship". Both as physician and friend Beattie seems to have been the great stay of the poet's declining years. On hearing of Campbell's illness in 1844, Beattie hastened to his bedside at Boulogne, and never left him until all was over. Campbell's cherished wish to find his last resting-place in Westminster Abbey would probably never have been realised but for Beattie, nor would a statue have been placed in 'Poets' Corner' to his memory had not Beattie collected contributions to it, and made good a considerable deficit out of his own pocket. He was also intimate with Samuel Rogers, who attributed his longevity to the care and vigilance of his physician, and who requested him to perform for him the same sad office Beattie had discharged for Campbell — that of closing his eyes in death. His intercourse with Rogers was, however, far less close than that with Campbell.
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