Condor Heroes Return

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"Heroes" - Production and Style
... Recorded at Hansa Tonstudio in what was then West Berlin, "Heroes" reflected the zeitgeist of the Cold War, symbolised by the divided city ... Though "Heroes" included a number of dark and atmospheric instrumentals such as "Sense of Doubt" and "Neuköln", after the melancholy and inward-looking Low it was regarded as a highly passionate and ... This was evident not only through ""Heroes"" the song but in the rocking opener "Beauty and the Beast" (released as the second single in January 1978), the ...
List Of The Return Of The Condor Heroes Characters - Others
... He plays host to the Heroes' Feast at Dasheng Pass (大勝關) ... The Condor Trilogy by Jin Yong Novels The Legend of the Condor Heroes The Return of the Condor Heroes The Heaven Sword and Dragon Saber Characters Main characters Guo Jing Huang Rong Yang Kang Mu Nianci Yang Guo ...
Imperivm: Great Battles Of Rome - Gameplay - Battles - Heroes
... Unlike normal military units, heroes are generally stronger and more valuable in battle ... In addition, heroes arrange armies in specific formations that provide their units with an additional bonus when executing the stand ground command ...
Jiuyang Zhenjing - The Heaven Sword and Dragon Saber - Zhang Wuji Finds The Manual
... The Condor Trilogy by Jin Yong Novels The Legend of the Condor Heroes The Return of the Condor Heroes The Heaven Sword and Dragon Saber Characters Main characters Guo Jing Huang Rong ...

Famous quotes containing the words return, condor and/or heroes:

    The government is not God. It does not have the right to take away that which it can’t return even if it wants to.
    Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (1860–1904)

    Of late, eternal Condor years
    So shake the very Heaven on high
    With tumult as they thunder by,
    I have no time for idle cares
    Through gazing on the unquiet sky.
    Edgar Allan Poe (1809–1849)

    The apple tree has been celebrated by the Hebrews, Greeks, Romans, and Scandinavians. Some have thought that the first human pair were tempted by its fruit. Goddesses are fabled to have contended for it, dragons were set to watch it, and heroes were employed to pluck it.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)