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  • 21From Beyond (short story) — From Beyond is a short story by science fiction and horror fiction writer H. P. Lovecraft. It was written in 1920 and was first published in The Fantasy Fan in June 1934 (Vol. 1, No. 10).InspirationS. T. Joshi, in The Sources for From Beyond ,… …

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  • 22From Ashes Rise — Origin Nashville, Tennessee, Portland, OR Genres Crust punk, hardcore punk, D beat, Heavy Metal, Thrash Years active 1997–2005, 2010–present …

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  • 23From the Terrace — is a 1960 motion picture directed by Mark Robson and starring Paul Newman, Joanne Woodward, Myrna Loy, Barbara Eden, Ina Balin, and Leon Ames.The screenplay was written by Ernest Lehman based on the 1958 novel by John O Hara that tells the story… …

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  • 24From Time Immemorial — From Time Immemorial: The Origins of the Arab Jewish Conflict over Palestine is a 1984 book by Joan Peters about the constant presence of Jews in Palestine (Eretz Yisrael). The famous controversial issue in the book is the amount of modern Arab… …

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  • 25From These Roots — is an American soap opera which ran from June 30th, 1958 to December 29th, 1961. It was created and written by Frank Provo [http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1183865/] and John Pickard [http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1180618/] . The show was seen on NBC,… …

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  • 26From The Press Box To Press Row — is a nationally syndicated sports talk radio show which places major emphasis on HBCU Sports (Historically Black College and University) or Black college sports. The show airs for one hour weekly on stations across the country. The show can also… …

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  • 27from the ground up — {adv. phr.} From the beginning; entirely; completely. * /After the fire they had to rebuild their cabin from the ground up./ * /Sam knows about baseball from the ground up./ * /The new cars have been changed from the ground up./ …

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  • 28from way back — {adv. phr.} From a previous time; from a long time ago. * /They have known one another from way back when they went to the same elementary school./ …

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  • 29from the ground up — {adv. phr.} From the beginning; entirely; completely. * /After the fire they had to rebuild their cabin from the ground up./ * /Sam knows about baseball from the ground up./ * /The new cars have been changed from the ground up./ …

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  • 30from way back — {adv. phr.} From a previous time; from a long time ago. * /They have known one another from way back when they went to the same elementary school./ …

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  • 31From Bubblegum to Sky — is an indie pop solo project created by Mario Ishii Hernandez of Ciao Bella. From Bubblegum to Sky s debut album Me and Amy and the Two French Boys was released in 2000 under the Eenie Meenie Records label, followed in 2004 with Nothing Sadder… …

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  • 32from hand to hand — {adv. phr.} From one person to another and another. * /The box of candy was passed from hand to hand./ * /Jane brought her engagement ring, and it passed from hand to hand until all the girls had admired it./ …

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  • 33from pillar to post — {adv. phr.} From one place to another many times. * /Sarah s father changed jobs several times a year, and the family was moved from pillar to post./ …

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  • 34from hand to hand — {adv. phr.} From one person to another and another. * /The box of candy was passed from hand to hand./ * /Jane brought her engagement ring, and it passed from hand to hand until all the girls had admired it./ …

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  • 35from pillar to post — {adv. phr.} From one place to another many times. * /Sarah s father changed jobs several times a year, and the family was moved from pillar to post./ …

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  • 36From Nashville to You — Studio album by La Toya Jackson Released 1994 …

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  • 37From Safety To Where — was a Post punk trio from Columbia, South Carolina known for its jarring guitar/bass interplay and frantic, screaming vocals. The Joy Division reference in the band s name was only slightly evident in its music, which evolved from terse,… …

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  • 38From the Inside (disambiguation) — From the Inside may refer to:* From the Inside (Poco album) (1971), by American country rock band Poco. * From the Inside (Alice Cooper album) (1978), by rock musician Alice Cooper. * From the Inside (Lynn Anderson album) (1978), by American… …

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  • 39from the bottom of one's heart — or[with all one s heart] {adv. phr.} With great feeling; sincerely. * /A mother loves a baby from the bottom of her heart./ * /John thanked his rescuer from the bottom of his heart./ * /The people welcomed the returning soldiers from the bottom… …

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  • 40from the bottom of one's heart — or[with all one s heart] {adv. phr.} With great feeling; sincerely. * /A mother loves a baby from the bottom of her heart./ * /John thanked his rescuer from the bottom of his heart./ * /The people welcomed the returning soldiers from the bottom… …

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