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Jane Wyman - Death
... Wyman's son, Michael Reagan, released a statement saying “ I have lost a loving mother, my children Cameron and Ashley have lost a loving grandmother, my ...
Bibliotheca (Pseudo-Apollodorus) - Manuscript Tradition
... The work was almost lost in the 13th century, surviving in one now-incomplete manuscript, which was copied for Cardinal Bessarion in the 15th century from Bessarion's copy the ... breaks off abruptly in the story of Theseus, has been lost ... an epitome of the book by conflating two manuscript summaries of the text, which included the lost part ...
Ocean Liner - Famous and Infamous
... Many ocean liners have been lost through the decades in various circumstances ... in the Saint Lawrence River with 1,012 lives lost ... The Lusitania was lost in 1915 to a German U-Boat during World War I while on passage from the United States to Britain ...
Edenton, North Carolina
... case, the subject of journalist Ofra Bikel's award-winning trilogy of documentaries Innocence Lost (1991), Innocence Lost The Verdict (1993), and Innocence Lost The Plea (1997) ...
Zachary Smith - Ratings, Awards (nominations) and Popularity
... a following, the science-fiction community often points to Lost in Space as an example of early television's perceived poor record at producing science-fiction ... However, Lost in Space was a mild ratings success, unlike Star Trek, which received very poor ratings during its original network TV run ... the ratings during its three seasons, while Lost in Space finished season one with a rating of 32nd, season two in 35th place, and the third and final season in 33rd ...

Famous quotes containing the word lost:

    As the end of the century approaches, all our culture is like the culture of flies at the beginning of winter. Having lost their agility, dreamy and demented, they turn slowly about the window in the first icy mists of morning. They give themselves a last wash and brush-up, their ocellated eyes roll, and they fall down the curtains.
    Jean Baudrillard (b. 1929)

    This melancholy London—I sometimes imagine that the souls of the lost are compelled to walk through its streets perpetually. One feels them passing like a whiff of air.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)

    Not so many years ago there there was no simpler or more intelligible notion than that of going on a journey. Travel—movement through space—provided the universal metaphor for change.... One of the subtle confusions—perhaps one of the secret terrors—of modern life is that we have lost this refuge. No longer do we move through space as we once did.
    Daniel J. Boorstin (b. 1914)