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The Feast of the Goat The Feast of the Goat (Spanish title: La Fiesta del Chivo) (1996) is a novel by the Peruvian novelist, Mario Vargas Llosa. The book, like the movie starring Isabella Rossellini as Urania Cabral, is set in the regime of Rafael LeĂłnidas Trujillo in the Dominican Republic.
The Feast of the Hunters' Moon The Feast of the Huntersâ€™ Moon is annual celebration re-creating the fall festival started by French settlers and Native Americans. It takes place at the present-day site of Fort Ouiatenon, a replica 18th century French military and trading post located three miles southwest of Lafayette, Indiana-West Lafayette, Indiana.
The Federation (band) Rick Rock and Doonie Babyâ€™s friendship and collaborative work dates back to the early â€90s in Alabama, where they recorded as 2/3 of the group Cosmic Slop Shop. After Rick Rock was established in the Bay Area town of Fairfield (about 50 miles northeast of San Francisco), where he was helping to define the local sound, Doonie joined him out there and never looked back.
The Federation of Zoroastrian Associations of North America The Federation of Zoroastrian Associations of North America (FEZANA) is a non-profit religious group registered in the state of Illinois and formed to function as the coordinating organization for Zoroastrian Associations of North America.
The Feeble Files The Feeble Files is an adventure game about the adventures of a rather â€feebleâ€™ alien called Feeble. The game is a science fiction comedy, with a similar style of British humour to that of Adventure Softâ€™s previous games, the Simon the Sorcerer series.
The Feederz The Feederz were a punk rock band from Arizona. They are infamous for their song Jesus Entering from the Rear which featured on Alternative Tentacles' Let Them Eat Jellybeans compilation, and for their provocative album covers.
The Feeling Good Handbook The Feeling Good Handbook was used in a program at PARC (Palo Alto Research Community) for the rehabilitation of veterans who were homeless. It covers many aspects of communication skills and terms of errors in thinking.
The Feeling of Power "The Feeling of Power" is a short story by Isaac Asimov. The story first appeared in the magazine if: Worlds of Science Fiction of February 1958, and was reprinted in the collection Nine Tomorrows in 1959.
The Female American The Female American is a novel, originally published in 1767, that describes the adventures of a half-Indian, half-English woman, who is stranded on a desert island. She uses her knowledge of christianity to convert Indians to chistianity.
The Female Prince The Qin family is wealthy and Master Qin has three children: Qin Feng Xiao (Ivy Ling Po) and Feng Sheng (Chin Feng) from his late wife, and a third son from his current wife. The second wife is always causing problems between Feng Xiao and Feng Sheng and their father.
The FemBots FemBots are a Canadian indie rock band, consisting of Dave MacKinnon and Brian Poirier. The band began as a home recording project, featuring the band's songs performed on non-traditional instruments such as power tools and toys.
The Feminine Mystique The Feminine Mystique is a 1963 book written by Betty Friedan which attacked the popular notion that women during this time could only find fulfillment through childbearing and homemaking. According to The New York Times obituary of Friedan in 2006, it "ignited the contemporary women's movement in 1963 and as a result permanently transformed the social fabric of the United States and countries around the world" and "is widely regarded as one of the most influential nonfiction books of the 20th century.
The Fenn School The Fenn School is an all boys private school in Concord, Massachusetts serving grades 4-9. Founded in 1929 by Roger Fenn the school has been educating boys from in and around Concord with various artistic, athletic, and academic programs, known as the "3 A's" in school nomenclature.
The Fens The Fens, also known as the Fenland, consist of an area of former wetlands in the eastern part of England, stretching around the coast of The Wash from Lincolnshire to Norfolk and reaching into the historic counties of Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire, Lincolnshire, Norfolk, Northamptonshire and Suffolk. These former wetlands consisted both of alkaline peat fen and silt freshwater and salt marshes which were virtually all drained by end of the nineteenth centuriy.
The Ferguson Rifle The Ferguson Rifle is a novel set in late 18th Century and early 19th Century America, written by Louis L'Amour and featuring a main character who is given a Ferguson Rifle by the inventor, and uses it in his travels into the Great Plains and Rocky Mountains.
The Ferns Report The Ferns Inquiry (2005) was an official Irish government inquiry into the allegations of clerical sexual abuse in the Irish Catholic Diocese of Ferns. The Inquiry recorded its revulsion at the extent, severity and duration of the child sexual abuse perpetrated on children by priests acting under the aegis of the Diocese of Ferns.
The Ferrolterra Pantin Classic The Ferrolterra Pantin Classic is an international surf competition which gathers in a yearly basis all the most remarkable figures in the world of surf,fun, body board and windsurfing at the beach of Pantin in ValdoviĂ±o, Ferrolterra, North-western Spain.
The Festival Dancing in Your Head The Festival Dancing in Your Head is a festival dedicated to commissioning, producing, and presenting new music and music films from around the world. The festival is produced by Headwaters Music, a non-profit music organization, led by Anthony Gatto.
The Few The Few is a term used to describe the Allied airmen of the Royal Air Force (RAF) who won the Battle of Britain in the Second World War. It comes from Winston Churchill's phrase "never was so much owed by so many to so few".
The Feynman Lectures on Physics The Feynman Lectures on Physics, by Richard Feynman, is perhaps his most accessible technical work for anyone with an interest in physics and today is considered to be the classic introduction to modern physics, including lectures on mathematics, electromagnetism, Newtonian physics, quantum physics, and even the relation of physics to other sciences. The six most readily accessible chapters of the book were later compiled into a book entitled Six Easy Pieces: Essentials of Physics Explained by Its Most Brilliant Teacher, and the next six hardest in Six Not So Easy Pieces: Einstein's Relativity, Symmetry and Space-Time.
The Fiction We Live The Fiction We Live is the second full length release from Long Island-based post-hardcore band From Autumn To Ashes. Overall, it possesses a more melodic sound than its predecessor, featuring a larger focus on Fran Mark's singing presence.
The Fiddlehead The Fiddlehead is a Canadian literary magazine, published four times annually at the University of New Brunswick. The journal was established in 1945 by Alfred Goldsworthy Bailey as an in-house publication for the Bliss Carman Poetry Society; it was converted into a general literary magazine in 1952.
The Field (magazine) The Field is a magazine published by IPC Media which has been in print in Britain since 1853. Its brief is to cover the issues which affect people living in the British countryside, and in particular those related to country sports and pastimes.
The Field Mice The Field Mice were the most popular band on the seminal, cult indie label Sarah Records. Initially a duo comprising Bob Wratten and Michael Hiscock, their first EP, "Emma's House," was released in late 1988, but it was with their 2nd single "Sensitive" that they first received significant critical attention with a subsequent placing in John Peel's 1989 Festive 50.
The Field Where I Died "The Field Where I Died" is the fifth episode of the fourth season of The X-Files. Agent Mulder's search for an informant inside a cult compound leads Scully and him to one of the cult leader's wives.
The Fiery Angel (Prokofiev) The Fiery Angel (Russian: ĐžĐłĐ˝ĐµĐ˝Đ˝Ń‹Đą Đ°Đ˝ĐłĐµĐ» â€” Ognenny angel in transliteration) is an opera in five acts by Sergei Prokofiev to a Russian libretto by the composer, based on the novel by Valery Bryusov.
The Fifteen Decisive Battles of the World The Fifteen Decisive Battles of the World: from Marathon to Waterloo is a book written by Sir Edward Shepherd Creasy and published in 1851. This book tells the story of the fifteen military engagements (from Marathon to Waterloo) which, according to the author, had a significant impact on world history.
The Fifth Discipline The Fifth Discipline: The Art and Practice of the Learning Organization is a book by Peter Senge (a senior lecturer at MIT) focusing on group problem solving using the systems thinking method in order to convert companies into learning organizations. It was first published by Currency in 1990.
The Fifth Element The Fifth Element (1997) is a science fantasy, action, comedy, techno thriller film, written and directed by Luc Besson, starring Bruce Willis, Gary Oldman, Milla Jovovich, Ian Holm, and Chris Tucker. The production design for the film was developed by French comics creators Jean Giraud (Moebius) and Jean-Claude MĂ©ziĂ¨res and shows a strong influence of French comic storytelling and aesthetic style.
The Fifth Element (store) The Fifth Element, also known as Fifth Element Records or 5th Element, is a hip hop record store in Uptown, Minneapolis which opened in 1999 and is owned and operated by Rhymesayers Entertainment. The store specializes in vinyl records and hard-to-find underground rap.
The Fifth Epochal Revelation The writers of The Urantia Book list the presentation as being the fifth revelation of "epochal significance" in the history of humankind. While the phrase "Fifth Epochal Revelation" does not appear literally verbatim in the book, it is sometimes used to refer to the book.
The Fifth Head of Cerberus The Fifth Head of Cerberus is the title of both a novella and a single-volume collection of three novellas, written by American science fiction and fantasy author Gene Wolfe, published in 1972. The collection is an expansion of the first novella entitled The Fifth Head of Cerberus, originally published in an Orbit anthology edited by Damon Knight in 1972.
The Fifth Child The Fifth Child is a novel by Doris Lessing, first published in the United Kingdom in 1988 and since translated into a number of languages. The book describes the changes in the happy life of a married couple, Harriet and David Lovatt, which occur as consequence of the birth of Ben, their fifth child.
The Fifth of March The Fifth of March is a 1993 novel about the Boston Massacre (of March 5, 1770, pre-Insert non-formatted text hereRevolutionary War) by historian and author Ann Rinaldi, who was also the author of many other historical fiction novels such as Girl in Blue and A Break with Charity.
The Fifth Quarter (short story) "The Fifth Quarter" is a short story written by Stephen King, originally published in Cavalier (under the pen name John Swithen) and collected in King's short story anthology Nightmares and Dreamscapes. It was filmed as an episode of the TNT miniseries Nightmares & Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King.
The Fifth Sacred Thing The Fifth Sacred Thing (ISBN 0-553-37380-3) is a 1993 post-apocalyptic novel written by Starhawk. It describes a world set in the year 2048 after a catastrophe which has fractured the United States into at least several nations.
The Fifty Worst Films of All Time The Fifty Worst Films of All Time is a 1978 book by Harry Medved with Randy Dreyfuss and Michael Medved. This book represents their subjective nominations for the 50 worst sound films ever made, in alphabetical order.
The Fight The Fight is a pop-punk band founded in 2000 in Dudley, UK. The band consists of singer and guitarist Kate Turley (a member of the 21st Century Girls six years earlier), drummer Jack Turley (her younger brother), bassist Matt Vale and guitarist Scott Milner (formerly of Wolverhampton-based pop-punk troupe ZeroPointSix).
The Fight for Truth The Fight for Truth by Jude Watson is the ninth in a series of young reader novels called Jedi Apprentice. The series explores the adventures of Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi prior to Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace.
The Figurehead "The Figurehead" is the fifth song from The Cure's 1982 album, Pornography. According to various interviews, the inspiration came from a small figurehead Robert Smith found while in the abandoned hospital where the band filmed the video for "Charlotte Sometimes".
The File of Justice I The File of Justice I(ĺŁąč™źçš‡ĺş I) is the first of the five season courtroom drama produced by TVB and was first aired in 1992 spanning 13 episodes. The series revolves around a group of lawyers and legal personnel with the story balancing between their personal lives and the court cases (usually one that involves murder) in which theyâ€™re engaged in.
The Fillmore The Fillmore, also known as the Fillmore Auditorium, is a legendary music venue in San Francisco, California made famous by Bill Graham (1931â€“1991). Named for its location at the intersection of Fillmore Street and Geary Boulevard, it lies on the boundary of the Western Addition neighborhood and the Pacific Heights neighborhood.
The Film Company The Film Company (TFC) is a film production and distribution company based in Seattle, with offices in New York. Rather than promote projects or scripts, The Film Company selects artists to work with, and and provides support necessary to create a feature film, in the format of the artist's choosing, from concept through distribution.
The Filson Historical Society The Filson Historical Society (originally named the Filson Club) is a historical society in Louisville, Kentucky. The organization was founded in 1884 and named after early Kentucky explorer John Filson, who wrote The Discovery, Settlement, and Present State of Kentucke, which included one of the first maps of the state.
The Filthy Critic The Filthy Critic (or "Filthy," as he calls himself) is an online persona of Matt Weatherford, a film critic. Starting in 1998, Filthy's reviews have appeared on his web site on a fairly regular basis.
The Filthy Mittens The Filthy Mittens is a popular Pop/Rock cover band, formed in early 2004, from Chicago's Western Suburbs. The band has been featured on several local radio stations including the Steve Dahl show (where it earned number one band name status) and continues to perform in tandem with well-known corporate sponsors.
The Filthy Truth The Filthy Truth is one of the oldest mailing lists known to the computer games industry. Its mantra of "what goes on the list, stays on the list" has allowed free discussion of the inner workings of various development and publishing companies since 1994.
The Final Countdown (song) "The Final Countdown" is a 1986 hit single released by the Swedish hard rock band Europe. It was the first single released internationally from the album The Final Countdown, and was number 1 in 26 countries, selling more than 8 million copies worldwide.
The Final Cut (1998 film) Final Cut is a film released in 1998, jointly written and directed by Dominic Anciano and Ray Burdis (who also appear in the film). This film features several of the actors / actresses from the Primrose Hill set.
The Final Cut (TV serial) The Final Cut is the third part of the House of Cards trilogy, a 1995 novel written by Michael Dobbs, perhaps better known as a 1996 BBC television serial based on the novel, adapted by Andrew Davies. It details the final years of Francis Urquhart's premiership.
The Final Days The Final Days is a 1976 non-fiction book written by Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein. A follow up to their book All the President's Men, The Final Days concerns itself with the final months of the Richard Nixon presidency.
The Final Days (film) The Final Days is a television movie adaptation of the book written by Bob Woodward, and Carl Bernstein. The movie is directed by Richard Pearce and follows the events in the Nixon White House after the Washington Post's Watergate revelations.
The Final Impulse The Final Impulse was a 1914 American silent short film directed by Tom Ricketts starring Charlotte Burton, Perry Banks, William Bertram, Edward Coxen, George Field,Winifred Greenwood, John Steppling and Grace Thompson
The Final Key The Final Key is a novel (published 2005) in the Saga of the Skolian empire, a series of books by Catherine Asaro. As the direct sequel to Schism, it tells the story of a major Eubian assault against the Skolian government and Eldrinsons rise from a rustic farmer to a member of the powerful imperial Triad.
The Final Night The Final Night was a 1996 comic book miniseries and crossover storyline published by DC Comics, which featured prominently the main heroes of the DC universe along with some of old. The story begins as the Sun is extinguished by an extraterrestrial being known as the Sun-Eater, and the Earth begins to cool.
The Final Programme The Final Programme was a 1973 British comedy-thriller film directed by Robert Fuest, and starring Jon Finch and Jenny Runacre. It was based on the first Jerry Cornelius novel (also called The Final Programme) by Michael Moorcock.
The Final Quest The Final Quest is the first book in a three book series written by Rick Joyner. First published in 1996, the book is written from the perspective of the author relating a series of open visions that he claims to have experienced.
The Final Season The Final Season is a baseball movie (which recently wrapped production in Cedar Rapids, Iowa and is scheduled for release in 2007) starring Sean Astin, Rachael Leigh Cook, Tom Arnold, Powers Boothe, Brett Claywell, Michael Angarano, Marshall Bell and directed by David Mickey Evans. Set against the rich baseball tradition of Norway, Iowa, the film tells the story of tiny Norway High School's remarkable last baseball season before the school finally shut down in its consolidation with the larger Benton Community in the 1991-92 school year.
The Financier Published in 1912, The Financier, a novel by Theodore Dreiser, is the first volume of the Cowperwood trilogy, which includes The Titan (1914) and The Stoic (1947). Dreiser modeled the main character Frank Cowperwood on the tycoon Charles Yerkes.
The Finder The Finder, also known as Finder Keepers, is an Australian children's television show that first aired on October 28, 1991, based on a book by Emily Rodda. The story revolves around a boy by the name of a Patrick who, whilst playing on his computer, receives an invitation to take part on a TV game show called "Finders Keepers".
The Fine Art of Love: Mine Ha-Ha The Fine Art of Love: Mine Ha-Ha is a 2005 film directed by John Irvin. The film, starring Jacqueline Bisset, Hannah Taylor-Gordon and Mary Nighy, is based on Mine-Haha or Physical Education of Young Girls by the German playwright Frank Wedekind.
The Finer Points of Sausage Dogs The Finer Points of Sausage Dogs is a novel by Scottish author and academic Alexander McCall Smith. The book relates further matters in the life of the main character, Professor Dr Moritz-Maria von Igelfeld, following on from the first book of the series, Portuguese Irregular Verbs.
The Finer Things A retrospective album of works by Steve Winwood which include songs from his early days with The Spencer Davis Group through Traffic and later on Blind Faith. The collection also has a great number of works from his solo career.
The Finger (band) The Finger are a hardcore punk band, formed by Ryan Adams and Jesse Malin, under the pseudonyms 'Warren Peace' and 'Irving Plaza' respectively. This light-hearted project allowed both artists to return to their punk backgrounds (Adams began his music career as singer for 'The Patty Duke Syndrome' and Malin began his as the lead singer of 'D Generation').
The Finger Five The Finger Five (Japanese: ă•ă‚Łăłă‚¬ăĽ5) are inevitably described as â€śthe Japanese Jackson Fiveâ€ť. The group was composed of the four Yamamoto brothers, Kazuo, Mitsuo, Masao, Akira, and sister Taeko, with the youngest of the bunch, Akira and his trademark big glasses, fronting the band.
The Fingerpoke of Doom The Fingerpoke of Doom is the common nickname for a pivotal storyline in American professional wrestling history that happened on January 4, 1999 on WCW Monday Nitro, the flagship show of World Championship Wrestling. The show took place at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta.
The Finishing Line The Finishing Line is a short film produced in 1977 by British Transport Films, warning about the dangers children face on railway lines. Although it is not strictly a public information film, it is often considered to be so by fans of the genre.
The Finns as fascists in disguise The idea of the Finns as fascists in disguise was an important theme in Soviet interpretation of events in inter-war Finland, as well as in Soviet propaganda, but the idea also gained some influence in many other countries, notably the Allied and the Scandinavian countries.
The Fionavar Tapestry The Fionavar Tapestry is a trilogy of fantasy novels by Guy Gavriel Kay, set partly in our own contemporary world, but mostly in the fictional world of Fionavar. It is the story of five University of Toronto students, who are drawn into the 'first world of the Tapestry' by the mage Loren Silvercloak.
The Fire And The Wind The Fire And The Wind is the final album of the New Zealand Heavy Metal band Demoniac, the only one to be recorded following their relocation to London. The Black Metal sound of the previous two albums was almost completely eschewd on this recording, with only vocalist Behemoth's shrieking vocals alluding to the genre.
The Fire Fighters Museum The Fire Fighters Museum is a museum devoted to fire fighter heritage in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The museum has an extensive collection of vintage fire apparatus, artifacts, pictures and information about the history of fire fighting in the city of Winnipeg and it's suburbs.
The Fire in the Borgo The Fire in the Borgo is a painting by the workshop of the Italian renaissance artist Raphael. Though it is assumed that Raphael did make the designs for the complex composition, the fresco was most likely painted by his assistant Giulio Romano.
The Fire Next Time The Fire Next Time is a book by James Baldwin. It contains two essays: "My Dungeon Shook - Letter to my Nephew on the One Hundredth Anniversary of Emancipation", and "Down At The Cross - Letter from a Region of My Mind".
The Fire Service College The Fire Service College provides a wide range of specialist fire related and management and finance training for Fire Officers. It also provides training for commerce and industry and for students from overseas fire brigades.
The Fire Theft The Fire Theft, a band based in Seattle, Washington, was formed by vocalist/guitarist Jeremy Enigk, bassist Nate Mendel, and drummer William Goldsmith, all of whom were previously members of Sunny Day Real Estate. (Mendel also plays bass for Foo Fighters, and Goldsmith drummed for Foo Fighters between 1995 and 1997.
The Firebird The Firebird (French: L'Oiseau de feu; Russian: Đ–Đ°Ń€-ĐżŃ‚Đ¸Ń†Đ°, Ĺ˝ar-ptica) is a 1910 ballet by Igor Stravinsky. The ballet is based on Russian folk tales of the magical glowing bird of the same name that is both a blessing and a curse to its captor.
The Firebrand of Florence The Firebrand of Florence was a Broadway musical written by Kurt Weill (music), Ira Gershwin (lyrics), and Edwin Justus Mayer and Gershwin, based on Mayer's play. The show opened at the Alvin Theatre (now the Neil Simon) on March 22 1945 and closed on April 28 of the same year after 43 performances.
The Firefighter Story Balancing content and character to tell an entertaining yet educational story about a complex conservation challenge, this article is maintained by User:MindyBlock regarding The Firefighter Story(working title), Copyright (c) 2006 Mindy Block & Gretchen Saule. Authors have agreed to partner with Quality Parks as a means to promote and refine their conservation writing in exchange for a charitable donation upon the book's publication.
The Fireman The Fireman is the moniker given to electronic music experiments created by Paul McCartney and Youth. In 1993 they released their first album, Strawberries Oceans Ships Forest and followed that with Rushes in 1998.
The Firemen The Firemen is a Super Nintendo Entertainment System game where the player controls Daniel, the fire fighter, as he rescues people from a burning building. Fires, smoke, and other hazards awaits as Daniel tries to save the day.
The Firesign Theatre The Firesign Theatre is a comedy troupe consisting of Phil Austin, Peter Bergman, David Ossman, and Philip Proctor. The troupe began as live radio performers in Los Angeles, California on radio stations KPPC and KPFK during the late 1960s and early 1970s.
The Firesign Theatre's Big Book Of Plays The Firesign Theatre's Big Book Of Plays is a collection of transcriptions written by The Firesign Theatre for the title tracks of each of their first four albums. The book also contains some introductory material that is serious as well a few pieces that parody introductory material.
The Firesign Theatre's Big Mystery Joke Book The Firesign Theatre's Big Mystery Joke Book is a collection of transcriptions and scripts written by The Firesign Theatre for some of the tracks on their first six Columbia albums. The book also contains a long introductory parody chronicling the "history" of The Firesign Theatre from its origins in the renaissance as "The Fyre Sygne Theatre;" through the groups incarnation as "The Fyre Sayle Theatre;" into its "Wild West" incarnation as "Doctor Firesign's Antique Theatre of The Plains and Electic Buffalo Show;" and finally into its 20th century incarnations.
The Firm (rock band) The Firm were an English rock supergroup comprising former Free and Bad Company singer Paul Rodgers, ex-Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page, Roy Harper bass player Tony Franklin, and ex-Uriah Heep drummer Chris Slade. Formed in 1984, the bandâ€”although having a distinguished pedigree (and thus qualifying as a supergroup)â€”had only mediocre album sales, although they did have sellout tours.
The First (comics) 'The First' are a group of fictional gods who appear in a self-titled comic as well as other various comic books published by CrossGen. Styled after the Greek gods in many ways, the First represent very powerful, nearly immortal beings, who are each based on a certain emotion.
The First and Last The First And Last was a live album released by one off supergroup band New Race]. The First and Last is a collection of recordings from the various shows the band played along the East Coast of [[Australia in 1981.
The First Annual Report The First Annual Report (or The First Annual Report Of Throbbing Gristle) is an album by music pioneers Throbbing Gristle. The studio album was recorded in 1975, however it was purposely held back and finally released in 2001.
The First Blast of the Trumpet Against the Monstrous Regiment of Women Monstrous regiment, or monstrous regiment of women are phrases which have become notorious; they are borrowed from the title of a work by the Scot John Knox, published in 1558, The First Blast of the Trumpet Against the Monstrous Regiment of Women.
The First Casualty The First Casualty is a novel by the British author Ben Elton. A historical drama set during the First World War, specifically the Third Battle of Ypres, The First Casualty revolves around Douglas Kingsley, previously an Inspector for Scotland Yard, now imprisoned for being a conscientious objector.
The First Damned The First Damned is a demo compilation by Polish heavy metal band Decapitated. It is a compilation of band demos, Cemeterial Gardens and The Eye of Horus and additionally two live tracks recorded during the Thrash 'Em All Festival, 2000.
The First Day on the Somme (book) The First Day on the Somme (ISBN 0-14-139071-9) is a First World War military history book by Hampton School, published in 1971. Middlebrook covers in detail the events leading up to and during 1 July, 1916, the first day of the Battle of the Somme.
The First Duty "The First Duty" was the 119th episode of the science fiction television series Star Trek: The Next Generation and the 19th episode of the show's fifth season. It was first broadcast on March 30, 1992.
The First Edition The First Edition (later known as Kenny Rogers and The First Edition) was a Country/Rock group, stalwart members being Kenny Rogers, Mickey Jones and Terry Williams. The band formed in 1967, with noted folk musician Mike Settle, and operatically trained Thelma Camacho completing the lineup.
The First Edition (album) The First Edition is the debut album by the group The First Edition. Kenny Rogers only sang the lead vocals on one track "Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)", which became the only hit single from the album and marked the start of things to come, with Rogers soon becoming the lead singer of the group and being renamed "Kenny Rogers & The First Edition".
The First Emperor The First Emperor is a tragic opera by Tan Dun that was given its world premiere at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City on 21 December, 2006, conducted by the composer. The libretto is written in English by Tan Dun and Ha Jin.
The First European colonization wave (15th century-19th century) The first European colonization wave took place from the start of the 15th century until the New Imperialism period in the second part of the 19th century. It was mainly concerned with the European colonization of the Americas and the creation of European colonies in India and other Asian countries.
The First Fight "The First Fight" is the third episode of Samurai Jack's first season. It was shown as a feature length episode as the third part after "The Beginning" and "The Samurai Called Jack", which was then released as "Samurai Jack: The Premiere Movie".
The First Flower The First Floweris Play Dead's debut album, recorded at the Jungle Records studio in March of 1983. Originally titled "The First Flower: A Six Track Album," this album came totally unexpected as the group had disappeared since their last record company Fresh Records had gone under.
The First Four Ships The First Four Ships refers to the four sailing vessels chartered by the Canterbury Association which left Plymouth, England in September 1850 to transport the first English settlers to new homes in Canterbury, New Zealand.