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  Matador Records | Cornelius
Cornelius' website is undergoing a major face-lift (think of a young-looking for her age Jacklyn Smith) and the English-lanugage version will be up soon.
Cornelius recently completed a remix for the Kings Of Convenience, with a September release promised.
Cornelius' official site has launched a contest in which the individual tracks from 'Point' are being offered as source material for you, your friends, whoever, to remix.
www.matadorrecords.com /cornelius   (1466 words)

  
  Cornelius
Aulus Marcus Cornelius Cossus, consular tribune 413 BC
Publius Cornelius Scipio Nasica Serapio[?], consul 138 BC
Pope Cornelius was pope from 251 to 253.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/co/Cornelius.html   (141 words)

  
 Cornelius Chiropractic
Cornelius seemed very interested in my problem and very confident that he could help me. He took X-rays the first day and showed me what was wrong and what he had to do to fix it.
Cornelius mentioned important factors like age, lifestyle, the type of injury etc. I also heard he works with the Athletic Department at Cornell College and the local high schools that told me all I needed to know.
Cornelius explained that the ileocecal valve, between the large and small intestine, was stuck opened and that was what was causing my intestinal distress and diarrhea.
www.corneliuschiropractic.com /testimonials.html   (9166 words)

  
 Cornelius Japan Music Review - W. Dire Wolff
During the course of the movies, "Cornelius" is the human friendly monkey that through his efforts and those of his child is able to rewrite the history of planet Earth.
Cornelius' timing of launching his solo career was appropriate, as it occurred at a time that further international attention was being drawn to Tokyo's "Shibuya-kei" music scene.
Recording on his own label, Cornelius used a similar formula as the "Smashing Pumpkins" used to catapult their early career by recording as an alternative Indie band and then signing with a major label.
www.wdirewolff.com /JapCorn.htm   (1799 words)

  
 THE ART OF CORNELIUS ROGGE. Sculpture and objects of this outstanding Dutch sculptor.
Cornelius Rogge is one of the foremost sculptors of the Netherlands.
Mortality, vulnerability and dissolution lead to rejuvenation and rebirth and as such are only the minuscule, ever recurring stages of life S cycle, the ever changing forms in which this unbroken process continues.
The mask seems to be symbolic of the whole of Cornelius Rogge's oeuvre, summarized as a perpetual endeavour to approach that which can't be touched, which can't be penetrated.
www.xs4all.nl /~wichm/corneliu.html   (3067 words)

  
 Cornelius the Centurion
Cornelius is called a God-fearer--that is to say, he was a monotheist, a Gentile who worshipped the One God.
Cornelius, then, was a Roman centurion, and a God-fearing man. One day, as he was praying, an angel appeared to him and told him to send a messenger to Joppa and ask Peter to come and preach to him.
Cornelius was the first Gentile converted to Christianity, along with his household, and Luke, recording this event, clearly regards it as an event of the utmost importance in the history of the early Church, the beginning of the Church's decision to admit Gentiles to full and equal fellowship with Jewish Christians.
www.satucket.com /lectionary/Cornelius.htm   (402 words)

  
 Cornelius Thistleford
Cornelius apparently had some monstrous connections that allowed him to know that DietWaterCzar was the demonic creature of the Great Fanboy War and as such did not savor the prospect of associating with him.
Cornelius got his revenge though after the battle was won by flicking the battered human form of DietWaterCzar into a wall.
Cornelius was freed and joined the others as they fought their way out of their own respective nightmares.
dietwaterempire.8k.com /mtrp/npcprofiles/corneliusthistleford.html   (1199 words)

  
 The History of Rock Music. Cornelius: biography, discography, reviews, links
Cornelius (Keigo Oyamada) is a Japanese multi-instrumentalist who writes pop songs in a futuristic manner, by pasting and overlapping "found" samples and stereotypical sounds.
Cornelius' art is best represented by plastic compositions such as the hypnotic techno of Another View Point (oddly built around the riff of Knack's My Sharona), and the pastoral, new wage, spacey guitar music of Tone Twilight Zone.
It is a pity that Cornelius does not pursue the collage experiment that he barely hints at in the two frantic minutes of I Hate Hate, when he romps through grindcore, free-jazz, art-rock and boogie, quoting from Yes and Blue Cheer.
www.scaruffi.com /vol6/corneliu.html   (527 words)

  
 Cornelius   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Cornelius is Japan's Keigo Oyamada, who has cut and pasted together a whirlwind of sounds and moods here on the new album Point.
Cornelius has beautifully blended technology with pseudo analog filters and sounds that are sampled, edited and faded into a flowing piece.
Cornelius fits well into the school of John McEntire, with similarities to newer Tortoise, Stereolab, and Nobukazu Takemura.
www.epitonic.com /artists/cornelius.html   (213 words)

  
 The Cornelius Chronicles (The Cornelius Quartet) - Michael Moorcock
Cornelius, of course, lives on elsewhere: Moorcock created the template, but never fixed the characters's identity, and freed him to be used by others as well.
Cornelius is a superhero, but a flawed one.
Cornelius' world is a culture beyond decline: a reflection of England in the years when Moorcock was writing these books, the inner rot made glaringly visible in an exaggerated apocalyptic vision.
www.complete-review.com /reviews/moorcock/cchron.htm   (733 words)

  
 Welcome to IMI Cornelius Inc.
IMI Cornelius is proud to announce the introduction of the new WCC-1401 series chunklet ice maker.
This line extension of the popular chunklet ice maker family delivers high quality, chewable, chunklet ice which is perfect for high volume fountain dispensing applications in the Convenience and Gas segment and QSR segment, and for patient-care applications in healthcare.
This design results in more even filling of the bin or hopper providing more reliable dispensing without the use of costly deflectors.
www.cornelius.com   (498 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Pope Cornelius
Merrati has shown that in the true text the letters of Cornelius are in the colloquial "vulgar-Latin" of the day, and not in the more classical style affected by the ex-orator Cyprian and the learned philosopher
Jerome says that Cornelius and Cyprian suffered on the same day in different years, and his careless statement has been generally followed.
Cyprian was in fact kept at Rome at the tomb of Cornelius, for the fourth century "Depositio Martirum" has "XVIII kl octob Cypriani Africæ Romæ celebratur in Callisti".
www.newadvent.org /cathen/04375c.htm   (792 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Point: Music: Cornelius   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Cornelius shows again that he's a master of avant-pop in "Point," a worthy follow-up to the outstanding "Fantasma." Beautiful, eerie, and fiery, this is a definite keeper for indie-electro fans.
Cornelius achieves his deconstructionist task by showing how each element of Point directs (errr, points) the listener to an opposing ingredient eventually circling back to its initial starting place (errr, point) as songs flow seamlessly together united by something as simple as the sound of water or birds.
The primary oppositions Cornelius brings to the fore of his music are that of man vs. machine, and nature vs. mechanization.
www.amazon.com /Point-Cornelius/dp/B00005S6JT   (2058 words)

  
 Bible Study - Cornelius
Cornelius was a centurion (a Roman officer in command of a hundred men, from the Latin word centum i.e.
Cornelius was chosen to become among the first gentile converts to Christianity after God delivered individual messages to both he and Peter (Acts 10:1-23).
Cornelius was expecting them and had called together his kinsmen and close friends.
www.keyway.ca /htm2000/20000920.htm   (598 words)

  
 Cornelius, Oregon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Cornelius is located about 25 miles west of downtown Portland and enjoys all the advantages of the Pacific Northwest's most diversified major metropolitan area: the culture, the restaurants, the transportation, and the business opportunities.
In the Spring of 1893 the Town of Cornelius was incorporated.
Cornelius was named after Colonel T. Cornelius, a wealthy farmer who had come to Oregon with his parents, brothers and sisters in 1845 and settled in the Tualatin Plains.
www.grovenet.org /Cornelius/City/quality-life.html   (479 words)

  
 Cornelius, Oregon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Cornelius, home of the annual "Blueberry Festival" and nicknamed "Oregon's Family Town", is located about 25 miles east of Portland in the heart of the Tualatin Valley and Washington County.
Colonel T. Cornelius, a wealthy farmer and businessman, who provided many services that helped the town develop faster than other towns in the area.
Once only a farming community, there was a time Cornelius was considered for the county seat due to the presence of the railroad.
www.grovenet.org /Cornelius   (200 words)

  
 Cornelius
In Caesarea, Cornelius had called together his family and his close friends, and they were all assembled in his house to wait for the arrival of Peter.
Cornelius told him about the vision he had seen while he was praying, and how the man in shining clothes had told him to send for Peter.
Cornelius said, "We are all here in the presence of God to listen to everything the Lord has commanded you to tell us." Their hearts were ready and open to receive the message.
gardenofpraise.com /bibl59s.htm   (1021 words)

  
 Cornelius Cardew - composer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Cornelius was the second of three sons born to Michael and Mariel Cardew.
It was during this period that the whole question of `art from whom' was hotly debated and Cornelius became more directly involved in politics.
Cornelius was widely known in Britain and throughout the world not only for his avant-garde compositions but also as a political composer and for his position in contemporary music.
www.composer.co.uk /composers/cardew.html   (729 words)

  
 Cornelius: Album Reviews, Biography - MOG
Cornelius is another funky musician who has made something of a name of himself with his eccentric musical style.
Cornelius uses the voice not as a blanket, but as another instrument – manipulating it and playing it as part of his music, not something tacked on secondarily.
Cornelius is striking the music world again with his syncopation and surrealist visuals.
mog.com /music/Cornelius   (487 words)

  
 Welcome to IMI Cornelius Inc.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The IMI Cornelius family of Ice Drink Dispensers has a reputation for reliability and durability.
IMI Cornelius, a renowned leader in FCB equipment for nearly 35 years, was one of the first companies to succeed in designing and manufacturing FCB machines.
IMI Cornelius is the worldwide juice-dispensing leader because of features such as lever-activated in-place sanitizing, front loading for easy concentrate refilling and “time to reload” indicator lights.
www.cornelius.com /stellent/groups/web/@guest/documents/scp_published/corneliusproducts.hcst   (465 words)

  
 St. Cornelius - Saint of the Day - American Catholic
Cornelius had the support of most of the Church (especially of Cyprian of Africa) in condemning Novatianism, though the sect persisted for several centuries.
Cornelius held a synod at Rome in 251 and ordered the "relapsed" to be restored to the Church with the usual "medicines of repentance."
Cornelius died as a result of the hardships of his exile in what is now Civitavecchia (near Rome).
www.americancatholic.org /Features/SaintOfDay/default.asp?id=1140   (584 words)

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