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What fast-food chain founded in 1964 was named for brothers Forrest and LeRoy Raffel?
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Who was the founder of Arbys?
Arby's is named for the company founders Leroy and Forrest Raffel. They were known as the Raffel Brothers hence the company name ArBy's (RB's). The first site opened in the town of Boardman, Ohio on July 23 1964. The company website explains that it is a nice coincidence the R B (arby) is associated with Roast Beef but the name really was for the brothers who started it.
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What is an assonance in 'the wanderer' poem written by Burton Raffel?
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What actors and actresses appeared in Survival - 2013?
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What actors and actresses appeared in Downtown Locals - 2006?
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What actors and actresses appeared in Den farlige Haand - 1915?
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What are some ideas for classroom end-of-the-year awards?
You could have a certificate for the person who did their homework the most, the most responsible, the highest grade,and if you teach like kindergarden or preschool you could give out things saying stuff like best eyes, smile, ect. Also you could do like a raffel. You could bring in prizes and they would do sort of like a silent auction.
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What is Beowulf's victory primarily symbolic of in Beowulf and Grendel?
God's sense of justice. In the Burton Raffel translation of Beowulf God's decisions and gifts are mentioned a lot. The first time this book shows up in history it is after monks edited it, therefore scholars believe that they added references to god and Christianity. This is likely because when this book was written in the 700s Denmark was not full of Christians.
Example of Imagery in the poem of The Seafarer?
The Anglo-Saxon poem "The Seafarer" translated by Burton Raffel narrates a man's physical journey to the sea and also his spiritual journey. The poem is told in two distinctly different voices. These two voices speak in different tones and they also speak of very different things. In contrast the first voice is full of sadness and hopelessness while the second voice is hopeful with faith in God. The first speaker's voice is one of hopelessness throughout the entire poem. The voice is sad and fearful. The imagery used by the voice shows this especially when talking of the sea and its power. The voice uses the same desperate and anxious tone in talking of the overpowering nature of God implying a relativity between the sea and God. The fearful imagery is particularly evident when the narrator says, "My feet were cast / In icy bands, bound with frost, / With frozen chains, an
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What actors and actresses appeared in Blubberella - 2011?
The cast of Blubberella - 2011 includes: Boris Balta as Ulrich Willam Belli as Vadge Petar Bencic as Driver Arved Birnbaum as Director Mark Boldin as German Soldier Uwe Boll as Hitler Dalibor Brkic as Nazi Vampire Soldier Katarina Brozincevic as Masseuse Dusan Bucan as German Soldier Natalie Burn as Russian Girl Annett Culp as Magda Markovic Hrvoje Dokoza as Nazi Vampire Soldier Brendan Fletcher as Nathaniel Gregor Nik Goldman as Bartender Lindsay Hollister as Blubberella Clint Howard as Doctor Mangler Sven Jakir as German Soldier Vjekoslav Katusin as Nazi Officer Safiya Kaygin as Slutlana Miran Kurspahic as German Soldier Dora Lipovcan as Prostitute Goran Manic as The Vampire Being Steffen Mennekes as Lt. Caspar Jaeger Luka Peros as Boris Karlo Pervan as Nazi Vampire Soldier Damir Poljicak as German Soldier Branka Prislic as Ninoslava Frank Raffel as Tavern Soldier Dino Skare as Tavern Soldier Mitja Smiljanic as German Soldier Slaven Spanovic as German Soldier Davorka Tovilo as Prostitute
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What actors and actresses appeared in Alletiders nisse - 1995?
The cast of Alletiders nisse - 1995 includes: Marcus Aalund as Billy The Kid Peter Aude as Guide Sophie Balling Gad as Hanne Jeanne Boel as Josefiine Brahe Jeanne Boel as Josefine Brahe Erik Bremer as Den gamle jul Christoffer Bro as Nissefar Kobold Vigga Bro as Nissemor Sofie Christiansen as Elverpige Aksel Erhardtsen as Islandsk bonde Mads Fjeldballe as Postbud Michael Friis as Stormogul Karen Gardelli as Freja Hanne Jacobsen as Elverpige Karin Jagd as Sidse Tanja Johansson as Elverpige Jesper Klein as Birger Bertramsen Lars Knutzon as Valse Perlegrus Simon Krogh Stenspil as Lille Pyrus Jesper Langberg as Elverkongen Dennis Larsen as H.C. Andersen Jan Linnebjerg as Pyrus Thorkil Lodahl as Heimdal Birthe Neumann as Gerda Jensen Malou Olsen as Lille Hanne Christian Overbeck as Soldat Karina Raffel as Elverpige Elin Reimer as Bedstemor Kasper Severinsen as Fakir Jakob Stenz as Soldat Steen Stig Lommer as Uffe Spage-Andersen Barbara Sztokhamer as Dame Lillian Tillegreen as Hanne Olesen Troels Walther as Niels Holgersen Susse Wold as Gudinden Freja
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Can you take a vow of silence that is legally binding?
There are two ways of looking at your question - Can a vow of silence be enforced by whoever you made the vow to, and can you use your vow of silence to avoid speaking to government agencies. 1. Vows made to religious orders are between you and the church. If you break it, it simply means that you no longer can insist on whatever priviliges or position the church was giving you. If you actually agreed to remain silent in exchange for something, such as a fee, and the fee was given to you up front, then they would have civil recourse to sue you for the return of the fee they paid. Room and board, or even salary, would not count as a fee up front, or payment to be refunded. That would have only been payment for your time in, not a fee for a lifetime of silence, or even so much as one day more of it. (A confidentiality or non-disclosure agreement is a separate matter, and can have civil penalties - or criminal - for breaking it.) 2. Vows of silence that you took in your church - or for any other reason - have no recognition in law. That is to say, you have the exact same rights to speak or not to speak that you would have had if you hadn't take such a vow. The right not to speak is not so broad as those who rely on "Law and Order" for their legal training would have you believe. The only way to reliably remain silent with the police is to never talk to them at all, beyond either stating your name, or better, simply providing your ID. Doing otherwise can in some cases be taken as a waiver of your rights against self-incrimination that you later cannot legally reclaim. (Raffel v United States) While the fifth amendment lets you remain silent (assuming you refused from the very start to not speak with police), it can be breached by the State if they give you immunity, such as for purposes of a Grand Jury inquiry. You may be held in contempt of court if you do not speak after the immunity is granted. Press shield laws are not absolute. Attorney/client privilege - as well as doctor/patient and clergy/parishioner - are not absolute. Gun shot wounds, child abuse and such, can be grounds for compelling violation. Not examined by the Supreme Court yet is the last hope for a "legally binding" refusal to speak. That's invoking not the fifth amendment, but the first. In legal theory, all constitutional rights assume their opposite - a right to bear arms means a right not to bear them, a right to practice religion means a right not to, etc. One could argue - at one's own legal expense and potential peril - that they are invoking a first amendment "right not to speak", and if they wished, cite a "vow of silence". (Presumably their attorney would have to explain all that for them.) However, the Supreme Court has always regarded "not speaking" as needing to be balanced with "state interests", just as they do "speaking". In other words, while they've not explicity denied a first amendment "right not to speak", you probably have lost before beginning. Conclusion: The long and short of points one and two is that you cannot be made to keep a vow of silence unless you were paid in advance to do so for a set period. Breaking it would then be a civil, not criminal, matter. And you cannot invoke a "vow of silence" to avoid speaking to the government, except for if you simply refuse to talk to the police at all in an investigation, and never at any point break this till any trial is over. (One must still show that ID, or state their name) And that can be broke by a grant of immunity.
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What movie and television projects has Carry Goossens been in?
Carry Goossens has: Performed in "De waanzin van Huigen van der Goes" in 1982. Performed in "De kist" in 1982. Played Poppenspeler in "Het liegebeest" in 1983. Played Pieter van Brussel in "Geschiedenis mijner jeugd" in 1983. Played Raffel in "Jan zonder vrees" in 1984. Played Helikopterpiloot in "Xenon" in 1984. Performed in "Adriaen Brouwer" in 1986. Performed in "Het gezin van Paemel" in 1987. Performed in "Dagboek van een oude dwaas" in 1987. Played Oplichter in "Postbus X" in 1988. Played Dufilou in "Postbus X" in 1988. Played Cyriel in "Klein Londen, Klein Berlijn" in 1988. Performed in "Gros coeurs" in 1988. Played Joris Parmentier in "De kapersbrief" in 1989. Played Bediende in "Het landhuis" in 1989. Played Vrachtwagenchauffeur in "Gejaagd door het weekend" in 1989. Performed in "Oei Jacques" in 1989. Played Oscar Crucke in "F.C. De Kampioenen" in 1990. Performed in "Alfa Papa Tango" in 1990. Performed in "Bunker" in 1991. Played Karel in "De kotmadam" in 1991. Played Rene De Doncker in "De bossen van Vlaanderen" in 1991. Played Gilbert Vandersmissen in "Familie" in 1991. Played Paardenfokker in "De kotmadam" in 1991. Performed in "Slaap, Wimmeke slaap" in 1992. Performed in "Le trieur" in 1993. Performed in "Buiten de Zone" in 1994. Played Oscar in "Buiten de Zone" in 1994. Performed in "Gaston Berghmans Show" in 1995. Performed in "Joop en Gaston" in 1995. Performed in "Der Dicke und der Belgier" in 1998. Performed in "2 straten verder" in 1999. Played Decleir in "De stilte van het naderen" in 2000. Played Himself - Candidate in "De slimste mens ter wereld" in 2003. Played Carry in "De keuze van de kijker" in 2003. Played Koenraad Lejeune in "Zone stad" in 2003. Played Frans Looiers in "Aspe" in 2004. Played Ivan Naegels in "Aspe" in 2004. Played himself in "Gaston 80" in 2006. Played Vader Miel Vandewalle in "Koning van de wereld" in 2006. Played Taxidermist in "Mega Mindy" in 2006. Played Himself - Guest in "101 vragen aan..." in 2007. Played Jos Moreels in "Happy Singles" in 2008. Played Baron Van Stippelhout in "Amika" in 2008. Played Strepers in "Blinker en de blixvaten" in 2008. Played Robert Maes in "Code 37" in 2009. Played himself in "De schuld van VTM" in 2009. Played Chairman Van Balen in "SM-rechter" in 2009. Played Himself - Guest in "Villa Vanthilt" in 2009. Played himself in "Zot van Vlaanderen" in 2010. Played himself in "Zot van A." in 2010. Played Himself - Candidate in "De klas van Frieda" in 2010. Played himself in "Het perfecte plaatje" in 2010. Played Himself - Guest in "Vrienden Van de Veire" in 2011. Played Robert Maes in "Code 37" in 2011. Played Herman De Decker in "Danni Lowinski" in 2012. Played Frakke in "De zonen van Van As" in 2012. Played Juwelier in "Salamander" in 2012. Played Karel De Schepper in "Wolven" in 2012. Played Rob in "Binnenstebuiten" in 2013.
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What movie and television projects has Robert Carricart been in?
Robert Carricart has: Played Thomas in "Studio One" in 1948. Performed in "Believe It or Not" in 1949. Played Jean in "Schlitz Playhouse of Stars" in 1951. Played Gomez in "Death Valley Days" in 1952. Played Army Doctor in "Cheyenne" in 1955. Played Voukelitch in "I Spy" in 1955. Played Patino in "Zane Grey Theater" in 1956. Played John W. Raffel in "M Squad" in 1957. Played Hallas in "The Court of Last Resort" in 1957. Played Frankie Peters in "Suspicion" in 1957. Performed in "The Walter Winchell File" in 1957. Played General Pablo Mendez in "Have Gun - Will Travel" in 1957. Played Dirty Dog in "Have Gun - Will Travel" in 1957. Played Pedro in "Tales of Wells Fargo" in 1957. Played Orvel Kingman in "Perry Mason" in 1957. Played Joselito Kincaid in "Have Gun - Will Travel" in 1957. Played Coley Davis in "Tales of Wells Fargo" in 1957. Played Mitgar in "Bat Masterson" in 1958. Played Charlie Walsh in "Peter Gunn" in 1958. Played George Evans in "Wanted: Dead or Alive" in 1958. Played Thaddeus Stevens in "Yancy Derringer" in 1958. Played The Torch in "Peter Gunn" in 1958. Performed in "Flight" in 1958. Played Feodor Mashay in "Behind Closed Doors" in 1958. Played Carver in "Man with a Camera" in 1958. Played Priest in "The Black Orchid" in 1958. Played Col. Kuban in "Jet Attack" in 1958. Played Scotty Micelli in "Wichita Town" in 1959. Played Gorros in "21 Beacon Street" in 1959. Played Captain Alvarez in "Alcoa Presents: One Step Beyond" in 1959. Played Doctor in "Adventures in Paradise" in 1959. Played Lucky Luciano in "The Untouchables" in 1959. Played Holly Ross in "The Lawless Years" in 1959. Played Pete Sharvi in "Johnny Staccato" in 1959. Played Dale - Henchman in "Markham" in 1959. Played Gonzales in "Johnny Ringo" in 1959. Played Dr. Alvarez in "Five Fingers" in 1959. Played Sam Weidman in "The Untouchables" in 1959. Played Earl Colman in "The Lawless Years" in 1959. Played Mr. Lavelli in "The Detectives" in 1959. Played Brohs in "The DuPont Show with June Allyson" in 1959. Played Barney George in "Johnny Staccato" in 1959. Played Harrison in "Tightrope" in 1959. Played Verdu in "The Third Man" in 1959. Played Don Escobar in "Bonanza" in 1959. Played Myoka in "Bonanza" in 1959. Played Haynes in "This Man Dawson" in 1959. Played Lepke in "The Untouchables" in 1959. Played Gino Patruzzio in "Alcoa Presents: One Step Beyond" in 1959. Played Willie in "Mr. Lucky" in 1959. Played Frankie in "The Andy Griffith Show" in 1960. Played Moretti in "Outlaws" in 1960. Played Nick Fisher, Older Thug in "Thriller" in 1960. Played Laredo in "Wrangler" in 1960. Played Edward Joslin in "Checkmate" in 1960. Played Talbot in "Hong Kong" in 1960. Played Escaped Criminal in "National Velvet" in 1960. Played Frankie Spain in "87th Precinct" in 1961. Played Gyp Grogan in "Blueprint for Robbery" in 1961. Performed in "Run Across the River" in 1961. Performed in "Ripcord" in 1961. Played the Stationmaster in "The Lloyd Bridges Show" in 1962. Played Blackie in "Follow That Dream" in 1962. Played Dr. Moncada in "The Lloyd Bridges Show" in 1962. Played Jose Garcia in "Fun in Acapulco" in 1963. Played Mendez in "The Travels of Jaimie McPheeters" in 1963. Played Cashier in "Dime with a Halo" in 1963. Played Slater in "The Travels of Jaimie McPheeters" in 1963. Played Medicine Man in "Mickey" in 1964. Played Blue Jaw in "Robin and the 7 Hoods" in 1964. Played Prof. Enver Karadian in "The Man from U.N.C.L.E." in 1964. Played Vagrant at Garbage Dump in "Honeymoon Hotel" in 1964. Played Kai-La in "Blood on the Arrow" in 1964. Played Caravan Leader in "The Brass Bottle" in 1964. Performed in "See How They Run" in 1964. Played Doctor in "I Spy" in 1965. Played Chico Lopez in "Apache Uprising" in 1965. Played Mr. Arkudian in "Honey West" in 1965. Played El Pescadore in "Black Spurs" in 1965. Played Julio in "Get Smart" in 1965. Played Mendez in "Guns of Diablo" in 1965. Played Benito Flores in "The Big Valley" in 1965. Played Navajo in "Branded" in 1965. Played Pepe Cordoza in "T.H.E. Cat" in 1966. Played Mirabeau in "The Time Tunnel" in 1966. Played Erdos in "Mission: Impossible" in 1966. Played Ugo in "The Girl from U.N.C.L.E." in 1966. Played Undertaker in "The High Chaparral" in 1967. Played Mr. Diedrich in "Dragnet 1967" in 1967. Played Proprietor in "The High Chaparral" in 1967. Played Scordetti in "To Die in Paris" in 1968. Played Colonel Kraton in "The Name of the Game" in 1968. Played Rocco in "The Wicked Dreams of Paula Schultz" in 1968. Played Hector Rangel in "Columbo" in 1968. Played Don Luis in "Villa Rides" in 1968. Played Julio Rojas in "Land Raiders" in 1969. Played Fred in "Room 222" in 1969. Played Ralph in "Room 222" in 1969. Played Bernardo Medina in "The Streets of San Francisco" in 1972. Played Mike Spada in "The Don Is Dead" in 1973. Played Mr. Viliano in "Kojak" in 1973. Played Dockworker in "The Mark of Zorro" in 1974. Played Percival Beltran in "Chico and the Man" in 1974. Performed in "The Hemingway Play" in 1976. Played Cesare Beccaria in "Meeting of Minds" in 1977. Performed in "Donner Pass: The Road to Survival" in 1978. Played Hesed in "Greatest Heroes of the Bible" in 1978. Performed in "Greatest Heroes of the Bible" in 1978. Played Reporter in "Hero at Large" in 1980. Played Old man in "Manimal" in 1983. Played Father Mikhail in "Werewolf" in 1987. Played Coyote Angel in "The Milagro Beanfield War" in 1988. Played Paco in "Cold Justice" in 1989.