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... Burnt Offering was a punk fanzine based in and around Northampton, England, from 1979 to 1980 ... In keeping with the DIY style of the time, Burnt Offering's house style was a mixture of badly typed articles, ransom note effect lettering and cartoon drawings ... Burnt Offering ran for twelve issues, sold for 10 pence and was available via clothes shops and record shops ...
... Offering (Axe album), 1982 Offering (Merzbow album), 2004 Offering (Carpenters album), original name of the 1969 album Ticket to Ride The Offering, 2007 album by ...
... The main four offerings are Paala Namaskaaram, Kathakali, Pantheerayiram and Kesadipaadam Garland ... only one, that too done by devotees as an offering ... As told, Kathakali is daily played in the night as an offering and main stories played are Duryodhana Vadham(annihilation of Duryodhana), Santhana ...
... This ability is written (Creature type) offering ... A player may cast a creature with the offering ability as if it were an instant (see flash) if he or she sacrifices a creature with the appropriate creature type, then pays the difference in mana costs ... Offering only appears on a cycle of five legendary Spirits in Betrayers of Kamigawa ...
... was exclusively a tertiary-level institution offering courses in law, commerce, engineering and liberal arts ... levels, completed the three curricular levels that the University is currently offering ... The Liceo University pioneered in the offering of such courses as Nursing (both baccalaureate and graduate degrees), Physical Therapy, Radiologic Technology, Computer Engineering ...
Famous quotes containing the word offering:
“I am unbalanced but I am not mad with snow.
I am mad the way young girls are mad,
with an offering, an offering . . .
I burn the way money burns.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)
“Instead of offering the Indians a chance to surrender, and to be taken peaceably, General Connor issued a very cruel order to his menTake no prisoners, fight to the death; nits breed lice.”
—State of Utah, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)
“In matters of commerce the fault of the Dutch
Is offering too little and asking too much.”
—George Canning (17701827)