Who is the author of the quote 'be bold and mighty forces will come to your aid'?
This is often incorrectly attributed to Goethe... but it's actually Canadian author and pastor Basil King, when he was speaking about overcoming fear.
In the film "Almost Famous" Cameron Crowe misquotes this as Goethe which contributed to the confusion. Goethe 's closest quote was "Boldness has genius, power and magic in it."
In "Almost Famous", it is William Miller's mother, played by Frances McDormand, who attributes the quote to Goethe. Miller's character is based on Crowe, who worked for Rolling Stone as a teenager.
In the film "Almost Famous" Cameron Crowe misquotes this as Goethe which contributed to the confusion. Goethe 's closest quote was "Boldness has genius, power and magic in it."
In "Almost Famous", it is William Miller's mother, played by Frances McDormand, who attributes the quote to Goethe. Miller's character is based on Crowe, who worked for Rolling Stone as a teenager.
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What type of virus is HIV? HIV is a lentivirus, and like all viruses of this type, it attacks the immune system. Lentiviruses are in turn part of a larger group of viruses known as retroviruses. The name 'lentivirus' literally means 'slow virus' because they take such a long time to produce any ad…verse effects in the body. They have been found in a number of different animals, including cats, sheep, horses and cattle. However, the most interesting lentivirus in terms of the investigation into the origins of HIV is the Simian Immunodeficiency Virus (SIV) that affects monkeys. So did HIV come from an SIV? It is now generally accepted that HIV is a descendant of a Simian Immunodeficiency Virus because certain strains of SIVs bear a very close resemblance to HIV-1 and HIV-2, the two types of HIV. HIV-2 for example corresponds to SIVsm, a strain of the Simian Immunodeficiency Virus found in the sooty mangabey (also known as the White-collared monkey), which is indigenous to western Africa. The more virulent, pandemic strain of HIV, namely HIV-1, was until recently more difficult to place. Until 1999, the closest counterpart that had been identified was SIVcpz, the SIV found in chimpanzees. However, this virus still had certain significant differences from HIV. What happened in 1999? In February 1999 a group of researchers from the University of Alabama1 announced that they had found a type of SIVcpz that was almost identical to HIV-1. This particular strain was identified in a frozen sample taken from a captive member of the sub-group of chimpanzees known as Pan troglodytes troglodytes (P. t. troglodytes), which were once common in west-central Africa. The researchers (led by Paul Sharp of Nottingham University and Beatrice Hahn of the University of Alabama) made the discovery during the course of a 10-year long study into the origins of the virus. They claimed that this sample proved that chimpanzees were the source of HIV-1, and that the virus had at some point crossed species from chimps to humans. Their final findings were published two years later in Nature magazine2. In this article, they concluded that wild chimps had been infected simultaneously with two different simian immunodeficiency viruses which had "viral sex" to form a third virus that could be passed on to other chimps and, more significantly, was capable of infecting humans and causing AIDS. These two different viruses were traced back to a SIV that infected red-capped mangabeys and one found in greater spot-nosed monkeys. They believe that the hybridisation took place inside chimps that had become infected with both strains of SIV after they hunted and killed the two smaller species of monkey. They also concluded that all three 'groups' of HIV-1 - namely Group M, N and O (see our strains and subtypes page for more information on these) - came from the SIV found in P. t. troglodytes, and that each group represented a separate crossover 'event' from chimps to humans. How could HIV have crossed species? It has been known for a long time that certain viruses can pass between species. Indeed, the very fact that chimpanzees obtained SIV from two other species of primate shows just how easily this crossover can occur. As animals ourselves, we are just as susceptible. When a viral transfer between animals and humans takes place, it is known as zoonosis. Below are some of the most common theories about how this 'zoonosis' took place, and how SIV became HIV in humans: The 'Hunter' Theory The most commonly accepted theory is that of the 'hunter'. In this scenario, SIVcpz was transferred to humans as a result of chimps being killed and eaten or their blood getting into cuts or wounds on the hunter. Normally the hunter's body would have fought off SIV, but on a few occasions it adapted itself within its new human host and become HIV-1. The fact that there were several different early strains of HIV, each with a slightly different genetic make-up (the most common of which was HIV-1 group M), would support this theory: every time it passed from a chimpanzee to a man, it would have developed in a slightly different way within his body, and thus produced a slightly different strain. An article published in The Lancet in 20043, also shows how retroviral transfer from primates to hunters is still occurring even today. In a sample of 1099 individuals in Cameroon , they discovered ten (1%) were infected with SFV (Simian Foamy Virus), an illness which, like SIV, was previously thought only to infect primates. All these infections were believed to have been acquired through the butchering and consumption of monkey and ape meat. Discoveries such as this have led to calls for an outright ban on bushmeat hunting to prevent simian viruses being passed to humans. The Oral Polio Vaccine (OPV) theory Could production of the oral polio vaccine have contributed to the spread of HIV? Some other rather controversial theories have contended that HIV was transferred iatrogenically (i.e. via medical interventions). One particularly well-publicised idea is that polio vaccines played a role in the transfer. In his book, The River, the journalist Edward Hooper suggests that HIV can be traced to the testing of an oral polio vaccine called Chat, given to about a million people in the Belgian Congo, Ruanda and Urundi in the late 1950s. To be reproduced, live polio vaccine needs to be cultivated in living tissue, and Hooper's belief is that Chat was grown in kidney cells taken from local chimps infected with SIVcmz. This, he claims, would have resulted in the contamination of the vaccine with chimp SIV, and a large number of people subsequently becoming infected with HIV-1. Many people have contested Hooper's theories and insist that local chimps were not infected with a strain of SIVcmz that is closely linked to HIV. Furthermore, the oral administration of the vaccine would seem insufficient to cause infection in most people (SIV/HIV needs to get directly into the bloodstream to cause infection - the lining of the mouth and throat generally act as good barriers to the virus).4 In February 2000 the Wistar Institute in Philadelphia (one of the original manufacturers of the Chat vaccine) announced that it had discovered in its stores a phial of polio vaccine that had been used as part of the program. The vaccine was subsequently analysed and in April 2001 it was announced that no trace had been found of either HIV or chimpanzee SIV.5 A second analysis confirmed that only macaque monkey kidney cells, which cannot be infected with SIV or HIV, were used to make Chat.6 While this is just one phial of many, it means that the OPV theory remains unproven. The fact that the OPV theory accounts for just one (group M) of several different groups of HIV also suggests that transferral must have happened in other ways too, as does the fact that HIV seems to have existed in humans before the vaccine trials were ever carried out. More about when HIV came into being can be found below. The Contaminated Needle Theory This is an extension of the original 'hunter' theory. In the 1950s, the use of disposable plastic syringes became commonplace around the world as a cheap, sterile way to administer medicines. However, to African healthcare professionals working on inoculation and other medical programmes, the huge quantities of syringes needed would have been very costly. It is therefore likely that one single syringe would have been used to inject multiple patients without any sterilisation in between. This would rapidly have transferred any viral particles (within a hunter's blood for example) from one person to another, creating huge potential for the virus to mutate and replicate in each new individual it entered, even if the SIV within the original person infected had not yet converted to HIV. The Colonialism Theory The colonialism or 'Heart of Darkness' theory, is one of the more recent theories to have entered into the debate. It is again based on the basic 'hunter' premise, but more thoroughly explains how this original infection could have led to an epidemic. It was first proposed in 2000 by Jim Moore, an American specialist in primate behaviour, who published his findings in the journal AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses.7 During the late 19th and early 20th century, much of Africa was ruled by colonial forces. In areas such as French Equatorial Africa and the Belgian Congo, colonial rule was particularly harsh and many Africans were forced into labour camps where sanitation was poor, food was scarce and physical demands were extreme. These factors alone would have been sufficient to create poor health in anyone, so SIV could easily have infiltrated the labour force and taken advantage of their weakened immune systems to become HIV. A stray and perhaps sick chimpanzee with SIV would have made a welcome extra source of food for the workers. Moore also believes that many of the labourers would have been inoculated with unsterile needles against diseases such as smallpox (to keep them alive and working), and that many of the camps actively employed prostitutes to keep the workers happy, creating numerous possibilities for onward transmission. A large number of labourers would have died before they even developed the first symptoms of AIDS, and those that did get sick would not have stood out as any different in an already disease-ridden population. Even if they had been identified, all evidence (including medical records) that the camps existed was destroyed to cover up the fact that a staggering 50% of the local population were wiped out there. One final factor Moore uses to support his theory, is the fact that the labour camps were set up around the time that HIV was first believed to have passed into humans - the early part of the 20th century. The Conspiracy Theory Some say that HIV is a 'conspiracy theory' or that it is 'man-made'. A recent survey carried out in the US for example, identified a significant number of African Americans who believe HIV was manufactured as part of a biological warfare programme, designed to wipe out large numbers of black and homosexual people.8 Many say this was done under the auspices of the US federal 'Special Cancer Virus Program' (SCVP), possibly with the help of the CIA. Linked in to this theory is the belief that the virus was spread (either deliberately or inadvertently) to thousands of people all over the world through the smallpox inoculation programme, or to gay men through Hepatitis B vaccine trials. While none of these theories can be definitively disproved, the evidence given to back them up is usually based upon supposition and speculation, and ignores the clear link between SIV and HIV or the fact that the virus has been identified in people as far back as 1959. WHEN? During the last few years it has become possible not only to determine whether HIV is present in a blood or plasma sample, but also to determine the particular subtype of the virus. Studying the subtype of virus of some of the earliest known instances of HIV infection can help to provide clues about the time it first appeared in humans and its subsequent evolution. Four of the earliest known instances of HIV infection are as follows: . A plasma sample taken in 1959 from an adult male living in what is now the Democratic Republic of the Congo. . A lymph node sample taken in 1960 from an adult female, also from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. . HIV found in tissue samples from an American teenager who died in St. Louis in 1969. . HIV found in tissue samples from a Norwegian sailor who died around 1976. A 1998 analysis of the plasma sample from 1959 suggested that HIV-1 was introduced into humans around the 1940s or the early 1950s. In January 2000, the results of a new study14 suggested that the first case of HIV-1 infection occurred around 1931 in West Africa. This estimate (which had a 15 year margin of error) was based on a complex computer model of HIV's evolution. However, a study in 200815 dated the origin of HIV to between 1884 and 1924, much earlier than previous estimates. The researchers compared the viral sequence from 1959 (the oldest known HIV-1 specimen) to the newly discovered sequence from 1960. They found a significant genetic difference between them, demonstrating diversification of HIV-1 occurred long before the AIDS pandemic was recognised. The authors suggest a long history of the virus in Africa and call Kinshasa the "epicentre of the HIV/AIDS pandemic" in West Africa. They propose the early spread of HIV was concurrent with the development of colonial cities, in which crowding of people increased opportunities for transmission. If accurate, these findings imply that HIV existed before many scenarios (such as the OPV and conspiracy theories) suggest. What about HIV-2? When did that get passed to humans? Until recently, the origins of the HIV-2 virus had remained relatively unexplored. HIV-2 is thought to come from the SIV in Sooty Mangabeys rather than chimpanzees, but the crossover to humans is believed to have happened in a similar way (i.e. through the butchering and consumption of monkey meat). It is far rarer, significantly less infectious and progresses more slowly to AIDS than HIV-1. As a result, it infects far fewer people, and is mainly confined to a few countries in West Africa. In May 2003, a group of Belgian researchers led by Dr. Anne-Mieke Vandamme, published a report16 in Proceedings of the National Academy of Science. By analysing samples of the two different subtypes of HIV-2 (A and B) taken from infected individuals and SIV samples taken from sooty mangabeys, Dr Vandamme concluded that subtype A had passed into humans around 1940 and subtype B in 1945 (plus or minus 16 years or so). Her team of researchers also discovered that the virus had originated in Guinea-Bissau and that its spread was most likely precipitated by the independence war that took place in the country between 1963 and 1974 (Guinea-Bissau is a former Portuguese colony). Her theory was backed up by the fact that the first European cases of HIV-2 were discovered among Portuguese veterans of the war, many of whom had received blood transfusions or unsterile injections following injury, or had possibly had relationships with local women. WHERE? The question of exactly where the transfer of HIV to humans took place, and where the 'epidemic' officially first developed has always been controversial. Some have suggested that it is dangerous to even try to find out, as AIDS has frequently been blamed on an innocent person or group of individuals in the past. However, scientists remain keen to find the true origin of HIV, as most agree it is important to understand the virus and its epidemiology in order to fight it. So did it definitely come from Africa? Given the evidence we have already looked at, it seems highly likely that Africa was indeed the continent where the transfer of HIV to humans first occurred (monkeys from Asia and South America have never been found to have SIVs that could cause HIV in humans). In May 2006, the same group of researchers who first identified the Pan troglodytes troglodytes strain of SIVcpz, announced that they had narrowed down the location of this particular strain to wild chimpanzees found in the forests of Southern Cameroon. By analysing 599 samples of chimp droppings (P. T. troglodytes are a highly endangered and thus protected species that cannot be killed or captured for testing), the researchers were able to obtain 34 specimens that reacted to a standard HIV DNA test, 12 of which gave results that were virtually indistinguishable from the reactions created by human HIV. The researchers therefore concluded that the chimpanzees found in this area were highly likely the origin of both the pandemic Group M of HIV-1 and of the far rarer Group N. The exact origins of Group O however remain unknown. HIV Group N principally affects people living in South-central Cameroon, so it is not difficult to see how this outbreak started. Group M, the group that has caused the worldwide pandemic, was however first identified in Kinshasa, in the Democratic Republic of Congo. It is not entirely clear how it transferred from Cameroon to Kinshasa, but the most likely explanation is that an infected individual travelled south down the Sangha river that runs through Southern Cameroon to the River Congo and then on to Kinshasa, where the Group M epidemic probably began. Just as we do not know exactly who spread the virus from Cameroon to Kinshasa, how the virus spread from Africa to America is also not entirely clear. However, recent evidence suggests that the virus may have arrived via the Caribbean island of Haiti. Why is Haiti significant? The AIDS epidemic in Haiti first came to light in the early 1980s, at around the same time that cases in the USA were being uncovered. Following the discovery of a number of Haitians with Kaposi's Sarcoma and other AIDS-related conditions, medical journals and books began to claim that AIDS had come from Haiti, and that Haitians were responsible for the AIDS epidemic in the United States. These claims, which were often founded on dubious evidence, fuelled pre-existing racism in the US and many Haitians suffered severe discrimination and stigmatisation as a result. A large number of Haitian immigrants living in the US lost their jobs and were evicted from their homes as Haitians were added to homosexuals, haemophiliacs and heroin users to make the 'Four-H Club' of groups at high risk of AIDS.18 The emotionally-charged culture of blame and prejudice that surrounded HIV and AIDS in the early years meant that it soon became politically difficult to present epidemiological findings in a neutral and objective way. For many years the link between Haiti and the US epidemic was therefore dropped as a subject. In March 2007 however, it returned to the public eye at the Fourteenth Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) in Los Angeles. A group of international scientists presented data based on complex genetic analysis of 122 early samples of HIV-1, group M, subtype B (the most common strain found in the USA and in Haiti) showing that the strain had probably been brought to Haiti from Africa by a single person in around 1966; a time when many Haitians would have been returning from working in the Congo.19 Genetic analysis then showed that subtype B spread slowly from person to person on the island, before being transferred to the US, again probably by a single individual, at some point between 1969 and 1972. A paper published in October 2007 by Worobey and colleagues gave a 99.7% certainty that HIV subtype B originated in Haiti before passing to the US.20 It is possible that HIV had entered the US several times before subtype B took a firm hold (which would explain the infection of the St. Louis teenager in the early to mid-1960s), but it was the late 1960s / early 1970s transfer that is believed to be responsible for the widespread epidemic seen in the US today. Once the virus had established itself in the gay community, in would have spread fairly rapidly (anal intercourse carries a very high transmission risk), with transmission occurring within and between the US and Haiti, and internationally, until the original route taken by the virus was largely obscured. Dr Michael Worobey, lead researcher in the study, claimed that his data was not intended to place any blame on Haiti, or on Central Africans, and stressed that none of the people who first transmitted HIV would have been aware they were infected. His work still received strong protests from one Haitian delegate at the CROI conference however, demonstrating the extent to which tracing HIV's origins remains a politically sensitive exercise. What caused the epidemic to spread so suddenly? There are a number of factors that may have contributed to the sudden spread of HIV, most of which occurred in the latter half of the twentieth century. Travel International travel has undoubtedly played a major role in the spread of HIV. Both national and international travel undoubtedly had a major role in the initial spread of HIV. In the US, international travel by young men making the most of the gay sexual revolution of the late 70s and early 80s would certainly have played a large part in taking the virus worldwide. In Africa, the virus would probably have been spread along truck routes and between towns and cities within the continent itself. However, it is quite conceivable that some of the early outbreaks in African nations were not started by Africans infected with the 'original' virus at all, but by people visiting from overseas where the epidemic had been growing too. The process of transmission in a global pandemic is simply too complex to blame on any one group or individual. Much was made in the early years of the epidemic of a so-called 'Patient Zero' who was the basis of a complex "transmission scenario" compiled by Dr. William Darrow and colleagues at the Centre for Disease Control in the US. This epidemiological study showed how 'Patient O' (mistakenly identified in the press as 'Patient Zero') had given HIV to multiple partners, who then in turn transmitted it to others and rapidly spread the virus to locations all over the world. A journalist, Randy Shilts, subsequently wrote a book21 based on Darrow's findings, which named Patient Zero as a gay Canadian flight attendant called Gaetan Dugas. For several years, Dugas was vilified as a 'mass spreader' of HIV and the original source of the HIV epidemic among gay men. However, four years after the publication of Shilts' article, Dr. Darrow repudiated his study, admitting its methods were flawed and that Shilts' had misrepresented its conclusions. While Gaetan Dugas was a real person who did eventually die of AIDS, the Patient Zero story was not much more than myth and scaremongering. HIV in the US was to a large degree initially spread by gay men, but this occurred on a huge scale over many years, probably a long time before Dugas even began to travel. The Blood Industry As blood transfusions became a routine part of medical practice, an industry to meet this increased demand for blood began to develop rapidly. In some countries such as the USA , donors were paid to give blood, a policy that often attracted those most desperate for cash; among them intravenous drug users. In the early stages of the epidemic, doctors were unaware of how easily HIV could be spread and blood donations remained unscreened. This blood was then sent worldwide, and unfortunately most people who received infected donations went on to become HIV positive themselves. In the late 1960's haemophiliacs also began to benefit from the blood clotting properties of a product called Factor VIII. However, to produce this coagulant, blood from hundreds of individual donors had to be pooled. This meant that a single donation of HIV+ blood could contaminate a huge batch of Factor VIII. This put thousands of haemophiliacs all over the world at risk of HIV, and many subsequently became infected with the virus. Drug Use The 1970s saw an increase in the availability of heroin following the Vietnam War and other conflicts in the Middle East , which helped stimulate a growth in intravenous drug use. This increased availability and together with the development of disposable plastic syringes and the establishment of 'shooting galleries' where people could buy drugs and rent equipment, provided another route through which the virus could be passed on. CONCLUSIONS It is likely that we will never know who the first person was to be infected with HIV, or exactly how it spread from that initial person. Scientists investigating the possibilities often become very attached to their individual 'pet' theories and insist that theirs is the only true answer, but the spread of AIDS could quite conceivably have been induced by a combination of many different events. Whether through injections, travel, wars, colonial practices or genetic engineering, the realities of the 20th Century have undoubtedly had a major role to play. Nevertheless, perhaps a more pressing concern for scientists today should not be how the AIDS epidemic originated, but how those it affects can be treated, how the further spread of HIV can be prevented and how the world can change to ensure a similar pandemic never occurs again. (MORE)
This phrase has been used at many radio stations for many years. Itis impossible to determine which radio station used it first.
it came about when there was a research been conducted on a Gorilla and the experiment malfunctioned and it brought about this deadly disease. Some also state that it is a curse from God unto mankind.
That quote comes from either Saw II , or the new movie There will be blood. Perhaps from Shakespeare's Macbeth , in which after being badly frightened by the ghost of Banquo, Macbeth says, "It will have blood; they say, blood will have blood." He means that no one can get away with murder beca…use someone will always take revenge. (MORE)
Dane Cook ... though he probably stole it from somewhere like he does with most of his material.
The normal expression is " pale into insignificance ". To pale is to fade away. To pale into insignificance is to fade away to virtually nothing. If something pales into insignificance, it does not seem at all important when compared to something else. eg When your child's ill, everything else pal…es into insignificance. With the outbreak of war all else fades into insignificance. . But pale in significance is also heard which means something is less important than before. (MORE)
it is related to the phrase "beyond the pale" (nowadays meaning outside of normal behaviour or expectations). The phrase "beyond the pale" relates to areas that were fenced off in Russia, by Catherine the Great.. the fence being made out of stakes (pales) which marked out regions on which you could …live, beyond which was "beyond the pale".. You can further understand the word "pale" from words like "impaling" something... by sticking it on a stake, such as Vlad the Impaler, who had a habit of killing people by lowering them onto a sharp stake or pale.. So, back to the "pale into insignificance", relates to the area beyond the pales or stakes, therefore the area is of no use or indeed is not an area you can enter/live in, therefore this land/area "pales into insignificance" (MORE)
I don't think they are. This is the dates that are left:. City Brooks @ Brighton Centre, Kings Road, Brighton BN1 15th November. Borders, Unit 29, Manchester Fort Shopping Park Cheetham Hill Road, Greater Manchester, M8 8EP 6th December Waterstones, 93-97 Albion Street, Leeds, LS1 5AP 1…0th December Borders, 203-207 Oxford Street, London, W1D 2LE 15th December (MORE)
..what i mean is are they going to do signings in Australia or any shows? If anybody knows can you please please please tell me, because I'm a HUGE fan of THE BOOSH!! ^_^ They're definitely considering it, but they're busy with the UK tour, film and possibly an album at the minute.
Mighty Guy 3 was released in 2010. It is a free online video gameand can be played on the site, Fun Brain.
No one forced the British to aid India. In fact it is the revers case. Instead of aiding India, Britishers came to India to be aided for their own country since the resources available in India created greed in them to take those away to Britain for development of their ' island' country starved o…f natural resources. (MORE)
Noel and Julian went to NY this past June (June 2010) to record their album. The album should be released sometime in autumn, 2010.
did you find out? googling has been useless it is from an episode of friends when rachel went on ross and emilys honeymoon alone. she came back and said all the people in greece were saying "mrs. gellar, why you cry?"
The phrase originally comes from Alexander Dumas' 1857 play Camille: The Lady of the Camellias in which Monsieur Duval tells Camille, "Courage, Camille, Courage." Also, "Courage Camille" is a game in which three players are required. Two of the players face each other and lock hands. The third …person stiffens and falls backwards into their arms. This should be done several times, with the person falling farther backwards each time (the players locking their hands should lower them each time). Other players can then try. Also, a line masterfully delivered by Bob Hope as radio personality and craven muckraker Lawrence Lawrence Lawrence in the 1940 horror-comedy The Ghost Breakers. It is also used in Pynchon's 2006 novel Against the Day, on page 345. (MORE)
Yes she is coming back In 2013, according to some workers on The Bold and The Beautiful.... Phoebe was killed on Monday, December 8th, 2008. There is no way that she will be coming back!
1.i never had a brain until freak came along and let me borrow his for a while -Maxwell Kane 2.nothings a drag kid -Loretta Lee
The quote is an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth meaning if someone punches you you have the right to punch him back If a man has destroyed the eye of another free man, his own eye shall be destroyed
It does not seem likely at this point, seeing as they are working on their film and finalising their album. Touring is the last thing on their mind. However, anything is possible! Although they are collectively very busy working on Boosh, (And individually busy as well with their own projects), the…y just may travel about when their new album drops. It will hopefully be out this autumn (2010). (MORE)
Die Hard 3, when the guy has to difuse the bomb in the school, not sure if this is the first use of the phrase though !
"I propose to act in such a manner against the material resources of the South as utterly to negative Davis' boasted threat and promises of protection. If we can march a well-appointed army right through his territory, it is a demonstration to the world, foreign and domestic, that we have a power wh…ich Davis cannot resist." -William T. Sherman (MORE)
The idea for 'Freak The Mighty' was inspired by the personality of a real boy. Like Kevin he suffered from a disease that made him very short. Like Kevin he had a big friend who sometimes carried him around. And like Kevin the real boy was highly intelligent, and interested in both language and scie…nce. His mother, like The Fair Gwen, was and is quite beautiful. There the similarity ends - the plot of the story is pure fiction. (MORE)
it could spread to other people so you need to see a doctor about treatment
It is not quite clear what you mean ... If you are thinking of the kind of situation where one source is quoted by another, use something along these lines: Weinstein (1955), as quoted by Smithaars (2007: 141).
No. There is an incubation period. That is why you should get tested every 3 months for an entire year after suspected exposure. Really, it would not hurt to get tested immediately after the potential exposure as well in case you contracted it before then.
one quote that Kevin used in the book Freak the Mighty is "Remembering is just an invention of the mind"
I know of the poem "The Raven" by Edgar Allan Poe. I did a little searching because I didn't recognize the quote "Don't quote 'The Raven.' " Although many people have used that phrase online, it appears that the phrase (possibly originally) comes from a poem that was posted in response to another qu…estion here on Answers.com. It was part of a poem written in answer to the question "Do we have any good poem, song, or story writers out there?" (MORE)
When there are enough T Cells in you body your immune system can't handle it and when your immune systems shuts down its called AIDS. AIDS in itself doesn't kill you. Its the stuff that gets into your body when your immune system is down that causes you to die. AIDS is just the first step.
Always winter, but never Christmas is a quote from C.S. Lewis's The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.
First of All, Right Now it is all speculation until further notice, and To correct everyone out there, Recount Your Cards, 1. Carnival of Carnage 2. The Ringmaster 3. Riddlebox 4. Great Milenko 5. Jeckel Brothers 6. Thy Wraith. Crop Circles, The Calm, The Tempest, and Bang Pow Boom! Were filler albu…ms they were not, i express, not labeled by the band as joker's cards as defined by the band. The Mighty Death Pop, if it does surface out of speculation, Will be the 7th Joker's card. They are busy working on old stuff and tossing in some new stuff with it. So When and if The Mighty Death Pop Surfaces, I'm sure we will hear about it at the last minute, as always. (MORE)
if u choose ur gender as female its mighty girl if u choose ur gender as male its mighty guy
It comes from Dorothy Parker. She was writing and someone knocked on her door while she was trying to concentrate. She liked her own question so much, she used it in the story she was writing. Some say, she began to answer her phone with that same question.
What laws encourage people to come to the aid of another or to defend another against unlawful force or interference?
(in the US) there aren't any specific laws that "encourage" such behavior, but you may be referring to so-clled "good samaritan laws" which shield people wishing to give such aid, from being sued by the very people they are intending to help.
Hamlet by William Shakespeare. Read the book if you want to truly understand the quote.
"It is hard to pinpoint a specific date as to when running quote became available. Quotes are made every day, and the first ""quote"" about running was probably never documented."
" I never Had a brain until Freak came along". That quote is from Max, and it is in the beginning and end of the movie and the book.
That depends on where you live. For me: 12:30; for someone in an other country 4:30.
One quote from Freak the Mighty is "Remembering is just an invention of the mind".
"I Never had a brain untell Freak came along and let me borrow his for a while".( Rodmanphilbrick, 1 )
What does this quote mean you cant really get what it means to be Freak the Mighty unless you are Freak the Mighty?
No one knows what being a certain person is like except for that person, because you are not that person.
It is from the movie " Boondock Saints", released in 1999. After Rocco accidentally turns a cat into a splatter on the wall, Murphy says: " I can't believe that just f***ing happened!" and Rocco asks: "Is it dead?".
There are specialist high street hearing aid suppliers and some opticians offer this service. A good place to start however is by consulting one's doctor as there may be NHS funding available.
The Blackberry Bold 9000 comes in a variety of colors. It is available in black, red and the classic white. It can be purchased through any cell phone provider.
The band High and Mighty Color are a band of the genre Alternative rock, hard rock, pop rock and metal who come from Okinawa, Japan. They were active from 2003-2010.
This quote came from the Star Wars films. The quote was said by various characters, such as Obi Wan Kenobiand Han Solo. According to surveys, it is the most repeated quote on the planet,being quoted more times per day than verses from religiousliterature.
This quote came from the film Taxi Driver, which stars Robert DeNiro. The quote was said by the character Travis Bickle, played by DeNiro.
The quote comes from the film called 'I Heart Huckabees'. It was released on 2004 and stars Mark Wahlberg and Dustin Hoffman.
The cast of Mighty Switch Force - 2011 includes: Stephanie Komure as Officer Patricia Wagon
John Bold has written: 'Technical Assistance for a Computerised Heritage Documentation Centre in Malta (Architectural Heritage)' 'John Webb' -- subject(s): Architecture, Catalogs, Chinese language, Criticism and interpretation, History and criticism, Philosophy 'Wilton House and English Pallad…ianism' -- subject(s): Baroque Architecture, Domestic Architecture, Manors, Wilton House (England) (MORE)
Amy Bolding has written: 'Please Give a Devotion for Church Groups' 'A sourcebook of comfort' -- subject(s): Consolation 'Please give a devotion of gladness' -- subject(s): Devotional exercises 'Day by day with Amy Bolding' -- subject(s): Baptists, Devotional calendars 'I'll Be Glad to Giv…e a Devotion' 'Day by day' 'Installation Services for All Groups' -- subject(s): Installation service (Church officers) 'Kind words for sad hearts, for times of bereavement' -- subject(s): Consolation 'Please give a devotion for juniors' -- subject(s): Devotional exercises 'Fingertip devotions' -- subject(s): Devotional exercises (MORE)
Emilian Bold has written: 'De la Versailles la Lausanne (1919-1932)' -- subject(s): World War, 1914-1918, Reparations, History 'Pactul Ribbentrop-Molotov' -- subject(s): Diplomatic history, Germany, Germany. 1939 Aug. 23, World War, 1939-1945