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Art has always been an integral part of African life, and wood carvings are expressions of power and ritual in the life of the tribe. Wood is the most popular material used in native sculpture, since it can be found in abundance. Skilled carvers use simple hand tools to create these stunning works of art — gouges, chisels, mallets, and pointed instruments. Although no two pieces are ever identical, as carvers meticulously hewn each piece according to the grain and texture of the tree, each is rich in symbolism, conveying a guiding principle of leadership, one that has been embraced by the President.
Now, that may not be true, but that's what I had in my mind. And as I'm talking to the kids, it seemed like there was some truth in that. Michael, the strait-laced military character is familiar in film and TV, but you bring some cheek and curiosity to Quinn.
Where did you pull from to craft your approach to him? I have a friend, Jeff, who's a flight doctor, which is a very high position in the Air Force. I was just picking his brain about stuff without letting him know I was studying his mannerisms and things. He gave me this study on common character traits in pilots, which was really interesting. But then obviously there's the real-life character, Edward J. Ruppelt, who he was initially fully based upon. He was the one that was actually in charge with the project during the Golden Years, when everything was most efficiently run.
He had a technical brain. He was very intelligent, and not just a meathead Air Force dude. I think that's what set him apart, especially to his superiors, that he would be a good person for this job. I studied a lot of what he did and wrote, especially the report on unidentified flying objects, which is so extensive.
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When they appointed him to be one of the heads of Project Sign, which was the first [program], he knew what was going on. Where am I? You're the audience. You're the everyman, but you have a definitive agenda, and that's to protect the American people. There's UFO photos and articles all over the wall. This job is something that can really speak to you, and you're a scientist. Don't you want to go out there and just, as a scientist, explore the wonders of what we're dealing with while doing your patriotic duty as well?
O'Leary: Yes! I think it's the statement of the thesis of what this show is going to be. And one man, who's driven by military duty, but then he'll also have these raw, gut instincts about what might really be going on.
He's his own man as well. They make this perfect odd couple coming from two places.
Translated by Isaac Goldberg. Translated from the French by Isaac Goldberg. White cover with red print. Orange crosshatch pattern on cover with red print. Blue crosshatch pattern on cover.
Collected and Retold by C. Edited by John Mason. Purple crosshatch pattern on cover with large print. Orange cover with large print. Von Keler Gotterdammerung: No. Translated in the Metre of Omar Khayyam by W. Selected and Edited by Henry C. Cover illustration with large print.
Cover illustration with purple crosshatch pattern and large print. Translated and Introduction by Percival Pollard.
Little Blue Books
Shipley, Maynard Are the Planets Inhabited? Goldberg, Isaac H. Mencken Little Blue Book No. Introduction by John W. Edited, with a Foreword, by Lloyd E. Hammon et al. Edited, with an Introduction, by Clement Wood. White Cover with red print. Cover and print with green crosshatch pattern. Translated by Archer M.
Haldeman-Julius et al.
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Evans et al. Grey cover with graphic. Part of the Knowledge of Life Series. White cover with graphic. Cover with orange crosshatch pattern and large print. Edited by Clarice Cunningham. Edited by Sylvestre Dorian. Translated by Sylvestre Dorian. Edited, with Introduction and Notes, by Floyd Dell. Gunn, John E. Herts, B. Drawings by Peter Quinn. Yellow cover and print against a maroon background.
Edited, with an Introduction, by Floyd Dell.
- The Little Blue Book: The Essential Guide to Thinking and Talking Democratic?
- The Little Blue Book: The Essential Guide to Thinking and Talking Democratic by George Lakoff.
- Music Production: For Producers, Composers, Arrangers, and Students.
Tan cover with purple print. Selected and Translated by Sylvestre Dorian. Cover with blue crosshatch pattern and purple print. Jarrell et al.