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1 Gia (Rumer Willis) encourages Adrianna (Jessica Lowndes) to audition for a new band and admits she has a crush on Adrianna.
2 With Pepys and Lowndes he became one of the greatest and most efficient of our civil servants.
3 Social skills expert and author Leil Lowndes recommends simple repetition: "... simply repeat - or parrot - the last two or three words your companion said, in a sympathetic, questioning tone."
4 These counties include Dallas, Lowndes, Marengo and Perry."
5 Poirot's name was derived from two other fictional detectives of the time: Marie Belloc Lowndes' Hercule Popeau and Frank Howel Evans' Monsieur Poiret, a retired Belgian police officer living in London.
6 The Alabama River in Lowndes County as seen from Benton Park in Benton, Alabama.
7 The idea that males have clitorises was suggested in 1987 by researcher Josephine Lowndes Sevely, who theorized that the male corpora cavernosa (a pair of sponge-like regions of erectile tissue which contain most of the blood in the penis during penile erection) are the true counterpart of the clitoris.
8 Despite the FFWHC's illustrations, Josephine Lowndes Sevely, in 1987, described the vagina as more of the counterpart of the penis.
9 According to Florin Lowndes, a "spiritual student" can further develop and deepen or elevate thinking consciousness when taking the step from the "ancient path" of schooling to the "new path" represented by Steiner's The Philosophy of Freedom.
10 While a member of the Futurians, he met and became friends with Frederik Pohl, Donald A. Wollheim, Robert A. W. Lowndes, and his future wife Mary Byers.
11 At one time or another, the membership included Isaac Asimov, Frederik Pohl, Cyril Kornbluth, James Blish, John Michel, Judith Merril, Robert A. W. Lowndes, Richard Wilson, Damon Knight, Virginia Kidd, and Larry T. Shaw.
12 Wollheim, John Michel, and Robert A. W. Lowndes were also members of the BSFL.
13 Robert Lowndes at Columbia Publications, most notably with Science Fiction and Future Fiction (though through the decade to come, Lowndes's responsibilities would expand to other types of fiction magazine in the chain), and Donald Wollheim at the very marginal Albing Publications with the short-lived, micro-budgeted Cosmic Stories and Stirring Science Stories (Wollheim soon moved on to Avon Books;
14 Members of the Futurians, including Wollheim, Michel, Lowndes, and Cohen briefly became interested in Technocracy, a utopian movement led by Howard Scott, and attended a study course, although they later dismissed Scott as a "crackpot".
15 Stephen King has stated that Ackerman showed up to a King book signing with a copy of a story King had submitted for publication when he was 11. Ackerman had 50 stories published, including collaborations with A. E. van Vogt, Francis Flagg, Robert A. W. Lowndes, Marion Zimmer Bradley, Donald Wollheim and Catherine Moore, and the world's shortest – one letter of the alphabet.
16 Blish's "Chaos, Co-Ordinated", co-written with Robert A. W. Lowndes, was sold to Astounding Science Fiction, appearing in the October 1946 issue, earning Blish national circulation for the first time.
17 Writers such as Robert A. W. Lowndes, Farmer, and Michael Moorcock have criticized the novel for being a hypothetical utopia, in the sense that while Heinlein's ideas sound plausible, they have never been put to the test.
18 Lowndes accused Heinlein of using straw man arguments, "countering ingenuous half-truths with brilliant half-truths".
19 Lowndes further argued that the Terran Federation could never be as idealistic as Heinlein portrays it to be because he never properly addressed "whether or not [non-citizens] have at least as full a measure of civil redress against official injustice as we have today".
20 Robert Lowndes argues that the war between the Terrans and the Arachnids is not about a quest for racial purity, but rather an extension of Heinlein's belief that man is a wild animal.
21 While Dallas and Lowndes counties were each 75% black, between them only 103 African-American voters managed to register.
22 Burney's Evelina or the History of a Young Lady's Entrance into the World was published anonymously in 1778 without her father's knowledge or permission, by Thomas Lowndes, who voiced an interest after reading its first volume and agreed to publish it upon receipt of the finished work.
23 Burney's second attempt to publish it involved the collusion of her eldest brother James, who posed as its author to Lowndes.
24 It was formed from parts of Butler, Coffee, Covington, Pike and Lowndes counties.
25 It is bordered by Perry, Chilton, Autauga, Lowndes, Wilcox, and Marengo counties.
26 Lowndes County is a county located in the central part of the U.S. state of Alabama.
27 The county is named in honor of William Lowndes, a member of the United States Congress from South Carolina.
28 Lowndes County is part of the Montgomery, Alabama Metropolitan Statistical Area.
29 Lowndes County was formed from Montgomery, Dallas and Butler counties, by an act of the Alabama General Assembly on January 20, 1830.
30 The county is named for South Carolina statesman William Lowndes.