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Obscure means not discovered or known, uncertain, and conceal, and can be used as either an adjective or verb. The person obscured their background.
Simply to feed the birds... there may be some obsure religious reason though but I really doubt it.
In Act II, Scene iii: Lennox's speech (lines 48- 54) contains the pathetic fallacy "Our chimneys were blown down, and, as they say, Lamentings heard i' th' air, strange screams of death, and prophesying with accents terrible of dire combustion and confused events new hatched to th' woeful time: the obsure bird clamored the livelong night. Some say, the earth was feverous and did shake."
That completely depends on your campaign and landing page. I think overall though specific keyword SEO will have the highest conversion rate. Many obsure keywords tend to have much higher conversions then their broader cousins for example purple area rugs will have a better conversion rate then area rugs. Its very specific, the consumer has made up there mind that they only want a purple area rug.
I've seen estimates ranging from like 130,000 to 310,000. The differences may be due to poor estimates or the difficultly of making estimates, since the last census was in 2002. It may be due to what exactly is Georgetown (where does it end?), since some may stop their count at the city limits, whilst others may look to the Greater Georgetown area. Dispite all the obsure information that can be found on the offical Guyan census site (http://www.statisticsguyana.gov.gy), I cannot seem to find a simple population count by city. I'm wondering the same thing, here is what I've found so far: http://www.tageo.com/index-e-gy-cities-GY.htm (229.6K) http://www.citypopulation.de/Guyana.html (137.5K) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georgetown,_Guyana (310K) http://www.tripwolf.com/en/guide/show/10484/Guyana/Georgetown (215K) http://www.guyanaguide.com/georgetown.htm (250K) http://www.answers.com/topic/georgetown-guyana (235K)
The effect was a protracted war. The why is both obscure and profound. First to the obsure: the concept of a war of containment implied that this was not a war to be fought and won, and if the former is true, protect yourself, this isn't worth committing your life to. In no other war in US history was a war fought with such an educated force. They were not the young riflemen of World War I who had an eighth grade education or the rifleman of WWII who as a child of the depression had fared little better, or of the Korean War where the frontline troop still was short of a high school education. The young troops of the Vietnam War were better educated. They could think and reason, many had interupted a college education to serve and they did not blindly or easily go to the slaughter. The US Military had been divided for years on where the Defense dollars should be placed. The Air Force had been reciving funds at the expense of ground forces. The Army saw this as an opportunity to reverese the trend and that was the first profound rationale that encouraged acceptance of the war, the Army was ill equiped to fight any war and needed to re-equip since most of their assets were already positioned in Korea and Europe as per Cold War policy. A quick defeat against the Viet Cong and the Viet Minh could not be achieved because the troops were committed to defend and not to attack. Because US ground forces were unavailable. Because bickering within the DoD prevented proper leadership to exist. Because the US Military when commited when committed must be given a clear objective. Because senior officers wanted advancement. Because junior officers wanted advancement. Because everyone wanted to survive a war without a clear objective.
The final episode of Frasier is episode 264, "Goodnight, Seattle (Part II)" from season 11.
The Frasier episode where Frasier gets him and his colleagues fired from KACL is 'Sweet Dreams' (Season 5, Episode 24).
Episode 2.23 - The Innkeepers
That's on the episode "Roz and the Schnoz."
Season 5 episode 1: Frasier's Imaginary Friend
Season 1, episode 22 : Author, Author
The episode is Season 11, episode 12: Frasier-Lite. He didn't actually eat the pigeon, he just had the pigeon in his mouth.
Marty was featured in every episode of Frasier.
An episode guide for the TV series 'Frasier' can be found online on the Frasier Online website. They can also be found on the Wikipedia and IMDB websites.
The episode is called "Mixed Doubles" and it's Episode 6 from Season 4 for "Frasier."
There are two episodes of Frasier where Frasier is involved with the condo committee, however I don't think he ever actually managed to get on the condo committee itself. The first is in Season 4, episode 11: Three Days Of The Condo. In that episode Frasier runs against the president of the condo board after she refuses his request to have an antique door knocker. The other is in Season 10, episode 3: Proxy Prexy. In this episode Frasier gets Martin to run for condo board president but using Frasier's ideas.
Camille Grammer made a guest appearance in one episode of Frasier - the 1997 Halloween episode called Eve.
season 3 "frasier loves roz" this is the one that roz thinks that frasier loves her and then in the end roz tell frasier that she loves him
The Two Mrs. Cranes - Frasier episode - was created on 1996-09-24.
It's actually the season 11 premiere of Frasier where Daphne gets pregnant is 'No Sex Please, We're Skittish' (Season 11, Episode 1).
Season 4, epidsode 18 according to IMDB. It is one of my favorites! It was the most funny episode of Frasier TV series.
season 5, episode 15: Room Service
The episode is called "Frasier's Curse", it is the second episode of the sixth season. Frasier's high school reunion is coming around, and Frasier believes that it constantly brings him bad luck.
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