Unemployed dad William, from Castlemilk, Glasgow, correctly named Gary Cooper as the actor who played the sheriff in High Noon
Almost every commentator who writes on this passage points out that high noon
would not be the usual time for a woman to be coming to the well.
Here were glimpses of Fosse's dance act with his first wife, Mary Ann Niles, and some of his early choreagraphy, such as The Streets of Laredo, a sort of High Noon
ballet featuring Tommy Rall.
5 degrees Celsius (87 [degrees] F)--the temperature necessary to farm fungi for food--even when temperatures outside swing from 0 [degrees] C (32 [degrees] F) at night to 40 [degrees] C (104 [degrees] F) at high noon
Older Canadians may remember the Sheriff in the movie High Noon
Broadway uses sunrise colors, 34th uses high noon
and 7th Avenue represents sunset.
Such theories coincided with the high noon
of the academic philosophy of science, when Popperians were telling us that science was all about objectivity and hinged on questions of method (the logic of discovery).
XII High noon
of brutal, relentless sun, Cardinal hunting with a gun on the road, Owl with a mirror fastened to its breast, Lions aboard Bernini's broken boat, Body parts of bandits impaled on poles, Dusty carcasses of animals that hang The black winds of the negative universe, Trattoria where a crone in a black shawl Appears to strum and unstrung lyre like The letter seal given me by Fanny Brawne.
It took place at high noon
on a day when Indian summer yielded abruptly to scudding gray skies and temperatures down in the 30s.
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Adventure at the Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya raises more than $10,000 for Little Kids Rock with an all-inclusive, All Access Experience for guests.
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High drama in the world markets need not mean high noon
When Gallileon's father leaves for the county fair, it's up to Gallileon to wake up the sun by crowing--but his first successful attempt becomes a fiasco as some sly geese play trick on him and the sun vanishes at high noon