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Marcos Vidal - Biography
... Although born in Germany, Vidal has lived most of his life in Spain ... In 1990, at the age of 23, Marcos Vidal released his first studio album entitled "Buscadme y Viviréis" ... This international recognition allowed Vidal to begin working with Sparrow Records, making Marcos Vidal the first Spanish Christian singer signed to an American Label ...
Corey Vidal - YouTube Career
... Vidal began on YouTube in mid-2006 by posting hip hop dance videos inspired by American dance reality television show So You Think You Can Dance ... Following his How To Dance series, Vidal branched into other types of videos ... In May 2009, Vidal released a 33-part interactive choose-your-own-adventure-style video as part of a collaboration with Blendtec, the company behind Will It Blend? ...
Alexander Thomas Emeric Vidal - Hunt For Aitkin's Rock
... In the summer of 1830, the Admiralty placed Vidal in command of HMS Onyx and HMS Leveret and ordered him to investigate ... out a rough position for the rock and Vidal set out to investigate ... During his surveys in search of the rock, he discovered and charted Vidal bank, and the next year became the first to accurately chart and describe Rockall ...
Cowboy (1958 Film) - Plot
... Kashfi), the daughter of hotel guest and Mexican cattle baron Señor Vidal (Donald Randolph) ... When Señor Vidal finds out, he orders Harris to stay away ... He makes a deal for Vidal's herd in Mexico ...
Lucien Gallois
... in Paris, where he took classes from Paul Vidal de la Blache (1845–1918) ... a geographical journal that he co-founded with his mentor, Paul Vidal de la Blache ... Following the death of Vidal de la Blache in 1918, he assumed directorship of Géographie universelle, a major project involving regional geography of the entire ...

Famous quotes containing the word vidal:

    A triumph of the embalmer’s art.
    —Gore Vidal (b. 1925)

    Whenever a friend succeeds, a little something in me dies.
    —Gore Vidal (b. 1925)

    I date the end of the old republic and the birth of the empire to the invention, in the late thirties, of air conditioning. Before air conditioning, Washington was deserted from mid-June to September.... But after air conditioning and the Second World War arrived, more or less at the same time, Congress sits and sits while the presidents—or at least their staffs—never stop making mischief.
    —Gore Vidal (b. 1925)