Some articles on teams, team, red, team question, red team question, question:
... There have been 19 NHL teams that either folded or relocated ... The first team to disband was the Montreal Wanderers in 1918, due to their arena burning down a mere four games into the season ... The blaze destroyed all the team's equipment, and as a consequence the players were dispersed among the three remaining teams ...
... X-Statix was a fictional team of mutant superheroes in Marvel Comics, specifically designed to be media superstars ... The team, created by Peter Milligan and Mike Allred, first appears in X-Force #116 and originally assumed the moniker X-Force, taking the name of the more traditional superhero team, who ...
... Each individual episode features three teams (green, red and purple), each made up of three members from each school ... The show is set out as follows Segment 1 Green team question round Red team question round and Random Spotlight Purple team question round Home viewer question (various formats) Commercial break ... "Random Spotlight" and Purple team question round ...
... The team also unveiled a $347,000 high definition video board which was installed at Modern Woodmen Park shortly before the Bandits hosted the 2011 Midwest League All-Star Game ... As a result, the team played several games at North Scott High School and Brady Street Stadium in 1993 ... The team played several games at Black Hawk College during the 2001 flood, and again moved to other MWL parks (mostly Clinton) until the flood receded ...
... In Milligan and Allred's first issue of X-Force, nearly the entire team was killed off in an incident called the Boyz 'R Us massacre ... This precursory team, of which only U-Go Girl, Doop, and Anarchist survived, also included Battering Ram, who had superhuman strength, and durability as well as a thick skull which sported two ram-like ... Zeitgeist, the team leader who could vomit acidic ooze from his mouth ...
Famous quotes containing the words question, red and/or team:
stove, out lamp, let
night cut the question with profound
echo of our unknowing.”
—Denise Levertov (b. 1923)
“...I didnt consider intellectuals intelligent, I never liked them or their thoughts about life. I defined them as people who care nothing for argument, who are interested only in information; or as people who have a preference for learning things rather than experiencing them. They have opinions but no point of view.... Their talk is the gloomiest type of human discourse I know.... This is a red flag to my nature. Intellectuals, to me have no natures ...”
—Margaret Anderson (18861973)
“I doubt if men ever made a trade of heroism. In the days of Achilles, even, they delighted in big barns, and perchance in pressed hay, and he who possessed the most valuable team was the best fellow.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)