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Darcy O'Brien
... In 1985, he wrote a book about the Hillside Stranglers entitled Two of a Kind The Hillside Stranglers which was adapted into a made-for-television film called The ...
Hillside (Charles Town, West Virginia)
... Hillside, also known as Little Elmington, is a 1½ story brick house near Charles Town, West Virginia dating to circa 1798–1800 ... The house's name refers to its construction into the natural hillside in a manner similar to that of a bank barn, with the principal entry on the upper, uphill level ...
Down The Hillside
... Down the Hillside is the debut solo album by Nine Black Alps front-man Sam Forrest, released September 29, 2008 on Desert Mine Music ... In January 2010, Forrest noted that "Down the Hillside was a collection of songs I had that didn’t really fit the Nine Black Alps mould." ...
Hillside, Colorado - Geography
... Hillside is located at 38°15′54″N 105°36′46″W / 38.265°N 105.61278°W / 38.265 -105.61278 (38.264872,-105.612774) ...
The Hillside Singers
... The Hillside Singers were an American folk group ... Despite a slight tracking problem, subsequently corrected, The Hillside Singers disc sold a reported one million copies, but it was The New Seekers version that sold on a much bigger scale ... Nevertheless the Hillside Singers received a gold disc awarded by the Recording Industry Association of America ...

Famous quotes containing the word hillside:

    Thus it seemed that this one hillside illustrated the principle of all the operations of Nature. The Maker of this earth but patented a leaf. What Champollion will decipher this hieroglyphic for us, that we may turn over a new leaf at last?
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    A village seems thus, where its able-bodied men are all plowing the ocean together, as a common field. In North Truro the women and girls may sit at their doors, and see where their husbands and brothers are harvesting their mackerel fifteen or twenty miles off, on the sea, with hundreds of white harvest wagons, just as in the country the farmers’ wives sometimes see their husbands working in a distant hillside field. But the sound of no dinner-horn can reach the fisher’s ear.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Until, on Vinegar Hill, the fatal conclave.
    Terraced thousands died, shaking scythes at cannon.
    The hillside blushed, soaked in our broken wave.
    They buried us without shroud or coffin
    And in August the barley grew up out of the grave.
    Seamus Heaney (b. 1939)