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In the News (Sat 23 Mar 19)

David Hasselhoff has accepted libel damages from the publisher of magazines that reported erroneous information, The Associated Press reported on Friday.
David is back in Los Angeles after spending a week in New York working on new album with Frank Wildhorn.
David was in Las Vegas at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino last night to see the opening night of Hans Klok’s “The Beauty of Magic” which guest stars Pamela Anderson.
www.davidhasselhoff.com   (1144 words)

 The Official Community of David Gray
David will be a guest on Friday, November 16 when the breakfast show airs from 6:30am - 10am.
David will be performing and giving an interview on Talk Sport radio.
Get the lowdown on the Capitalive gig David performed at in September by watching the video footage on their site.
www.davidgray.com   (204 words)

 David Sedaris ★ Steven Barclay Agency
David Sedaris is the author of the bestsellers Barrel Fever and Holidays on Ice, as well as collections of personal essays, Naked, Me Talk Pretty One Day, and Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim, each of which became immediate bestsellers.
David Sedaris’s original radio pieces can often be heard on This American Life, distributed nationally by Public Radio International and produced by WBEZ.
David Sedaris was nominated for two Grammy Awards for Best Spoken Word Album ("Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim") and Best Comedy Album ("David Sedaris: Live at Carnegie Hall").
www.barclayagency.com /sedaris.html   (345 words)

  Israelite House of David - Miniature Trains
Soon after the arrival of the first train Israelite House of David engineers had disassembled the little engine for parts and to make blueprints from which four additional 4-4-0 engines were made right on the colony grounds (4).
Engine #901, one of the last railroad engines built and operated at House of David, was sold in May of 2000 to the Northwest Ohio Railroad Preservation Group.
Engine #901 was designed and built at the House of David before World War II and was in regular service at our colony park in Benton Harbor until the park was closed in the early 1970’s.
www.israelitehouseofdavid.org /train.html   (2084 words)

  David - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
David, the youngest of the sons of Jesse, brings food each day to his brothers who are with Saul, and hears the Philistine champion, the giant Goliath, challenge the Israelites to send out their own champion to decide the outcome in single combat.
Daniel was the progeny of David and Abigail
In Judaism, David's reign represents the formation of a coherent Jewish kingdom with its political and religious capital in Jerusalem and the institution of a royal lineage that culminates in the Messianic Age.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/David   (4206 words)

 David (WebBible Encyclopedia) - ChristianAnswers.Net
David was the eighth and youngest son of Jesse, a citizen of Bethlehem.
David took his sling, and with a well-trained aim threw a stone "out of the brook," which struck the giant's forehead, so that he fell senseless to the ground.
Achish summoned David with his men to join his army against Saul; but the lords of the Philistines were suspicious of David's loyalty, and therefore he was sent back to Ziklag, which he found to his dismay may had been pillaged and burnt during his brief absence.
www.christiananswers.net /dictionary/david.html   (3122 words)

 JewishEncyclopedia.com - DAVID.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
David's next solicitude was to provide another center for his new kingdom; for, aside from the ancient rivalry between Judah and Joseph, the position of Hebron, in the extreme south, made it impossible for David, as King of all Israel, to remain there.
David subdued and made tributary to the new Israelitish kingdom the cognate tribes of Moab, Ammon, and Edom, as well as their neighbors on the northern frontier of Israel, the Arameans, who had joined the Ammonites in a war against David and his kingdom.
David's kindness of heart is clearly shown in his behavior toward this wayward son, for he not only tried to save the latter's life, but the sevenfold repetition of Absalom's name in his dirge had the effect of saving him from the seven fires, or divisions, of hell (Soṭah 10b).
www.jewishencyclopedia.com /view.jsp?artid=82&letter=D   (5995 words)

 David (Michelangelo) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Michelangelo's David, sculpted from 1500 to 1504, is a masterpiece of Renaissance sculpture and one of Michelangelo's two greatest works of sculpture, along with the Pietà.
However, it is the David alone that almost certainly holds the title of the most recognizable statue in the history of art.
Michelangelo's David differs from previous representations of the subject in that David is depicted before his battle with Goliath and not after the giant's defeat (as it is in Donatello's [1] and Verrocchio's [2] versions, produced earlier).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Michelangelo's_David   (1628 words)

According to the usual chronology, David was born in 1085 and reigned from 1055 to 1015 B.C. Recent writers have been induced by the Assyrian inscriptions to date his reign from 30 to 50 years later.
David was taken by surprise and was forced to flee from Jerusalem.
David is honoured by the Church as a saint.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/04642b.htm   (2724 words)

 Biblical Characters: David : Bible Picture Tour
Born in Bethlehem, David was the youngest son of Jesse (1 Samuel 16:8-12).
David was a shepherd who watched over his father's flock of sheep both day and night, and was selected to be the next king of Israel while still a young boy and was re-anointed at Hebron (2 Samuel 2:4).
From David's initial selection as the next king (see 1 Samual 16) to his fighting the giant, Goliath, while David was still a boy, David was often the unlikely choice, the least of the candidates, the real underdog.
www.mustardseed.net /html/pedavid.html   (1418 words)

 Chapter 11: David
The compromise was effected by David's denial of any part in Abner's death, by his public lamentation in which he composed a dirge for Abner, and by the participation of Joab in the mourning rites.
Philistine reaction to David's assumption of the combined thrones of Israel and Judah was not delayed, for verse 17 records that the Philistines attacked upon hearing the report of the anointing at Hebron.
David's mourning for Absalom was so intense that Joab warned the king that he was making a bad impression upon those who had fought to retain his kingdom and that military victory was a time for rejoicing (19:1-15).
www.infidels.org /library/modern/gerald_larue/otll/chap11.html   (4523 words)

David was the eighth and youngest son of Jesse from the kingly tribe of Judah.
David was successful in battle against the Philistines and this aroused the jealousy of Saul, who tried to kill David by throwing a spear at him.
David, however, had promised Bathsheba that her son Solomon would be king, and publicly anointed Solomon.
www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org /jsource/biography/David.html   (1721 words)

 David, in the Bible. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
On the death of Saul and Jonathan in battle, David assumes the throne in Second Samuel.
Second Samuel charts an era of decline beginning with David’s adultery with Bath-sheba and the murder of her husband.
David’s son by Bath-sheba, Solomon, is nominated king and successor by David, though this was challenged by another son Adonijah.
www.bartleby.com /65/da/DavidBib.html   (349 words)

The choice of David was supposed to reflect the power and determination of Republican Florence and was under constant attack from supporters of the usurped Medicis.
The Biblical character of David was taken as a symbol of the city of Florence, it was almost an epitome of the Renaissance ideal.
His David emerged from the stone, not as a small, brave adolescent who had already killed Goliath, but as a young man, at the peak of physical strength who is ready to go forth to conquer the giant; an apotheosis of heroic qualities.
www.sculpturegallery.com /sculpture/david.html   (492 words)

 Michelangelo's David
When the statue of David was placed on the square in front of the city hall (where you can now find a copy), the people of Firenze immediately identified with him, as a cunning victor over superior enemies.
Note how David's character traits, are considered more important than his victory over Goliath, which is why Michelangelo depicted him before the battle, strong-willed and ready to fight.
There are two more copies of David in Firenze, one in front of the old city hall, and one on a hill overlooking the city.
vlsi.colorado.edu /~rbloem/david.html   (596 words)

 King David, King of Israel
David, the son of Jesse and descendant of Ruth, became king of Israel after the death of the rebellious Saul, and thus began the golden age of Israel.
David was originally based in Hebron in southern Judah, but when all 13 tribes of Israel accepted his rulership he needed a central location from which to govern.
Queen Elizabeth II is of the House of David, of the tribe of Judah.
www.kingdavid.org /kingd1.html   (1349 words)

 WebMuseum: David, Jacques-Louis
David went to Italy with the latter in 1776, Vien having been appointed director of the French Academy at Rome, David having won the Prix de Rome.
In Italy, David was able to indulge his bent for the antique and came into contact with the initiators of the new Classical revival, including Gavin Hamilton.
David was in active sympathy with the Revolution, becoming a Deputy and voting for the execution of Louis XVI.
www.ibiblio.org /wm/paint/auth/david   (690 words)

 Amazon.com: No, David!: Books: David Shannon   (Site not responding. Last check: )
While Shannon gives David the purposeful look of a child's crude drawings, his background settings (the kitchen sideboard, a toy-littered TV room) are fully rendered, effectively evoking the boy's sense of displacement.
All this culminates with the moment David accidentally breaks his mother's vase and is relegated to the corner of the room.
David has anywhere from six to nine sharp pointy objects in his mouth that become more or less pronounced as his activities grow more or less violent.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0590930028?v=glance   (1971 words)

 Statue of David - Michelangelo and Donatello
Perhaps the most famous statue in the world today is the Statue of David by Michelangelo.
In 1501 Michelangelo was commissioned to create the David by the Arte della Lana (Guild of Wool Merchant), who were responsible for the upkeep and the decoration of the Cathedral in Florence.
Donatello had an immense impact on Renaissance art and his statue of David was the first free standing nude statue in the Christian era.
www.statue.com /statue-of-david.html   (533 words)

 Daily Bible Study - King David
David, from the Hebrew word pronounced daw-veed, meaning beloved, is one of the best known people of all of the Scriptures (see Old Testament Fact File and New Testament Fact File).
David was born about 1040 B.C., the eighth and youngest son of Jesse of Bethlehem (see also Ruth).
David was a Shepherd, which out of necessity at the time also taught him fighting skills when defending the flocks from predatory wild animals, including lions and bears (1 Samuel 17:34-35).
www.keyway.ca /htm2002/david.htm   (1910 words)

 Amazon.com: Bible Collection: David (P&S Slip): Video: Robert Markowitz,Nathaniel Parker,Jonathan Pryce,Leonard ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
David flees from Saul, and finds many supporters and loyal companions who believe that he is destined to be king.
David is far too mild in response to this: not only does he fail to bring the incestuous seducer to justice, he also leaves the fratricide unpunished.
David from that point turned bland and uninteresting as there was not enough praise of God and his relationship with him.
www.amazon.com /Bible-Collection-David-PS-Slip/dp/6304683308   (2353 words)

Pierre Louis Victor David was born 1797 in Paris, France.
Victor David arrived in time to occupy his new home on St. Peter Street in the French Quarter of New Orleans.
Victor David married Eulalie Basile Des Trois Maison (Of the third house).
www.angelfire.com /or/davidlegacy/david.html   (174 words)

 Brinkley, David
David Brinkley and Chet Huntley debuted NBC's The Huntley--Brinkley Report in October 1956.
A few months earlier NBC producer Reuven Frank had put them together as a team to anchor the network's television coverage of the Democratic and Republican presidential nominating conventions.
When ABC gave him the Sunday program This Week With David Brinkley, he and his guests could talk among themselves and with all the other Washington insiders about the week's news event.
www.museum.tv /archives/etv/B/htmlB/brinkleydav/brinkleydav.htm   (1081 words)

 Images of Michelangelo's David, 1501-4.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
This monumentally scaled statue of the Biblical David was commissioned as a symbol of the Florence republic.
Destined originally for one of the buttresses of the Duomo, it was placed instead in the plaza outside the Palazzo Vecchio, the seat of Florence's government.
Unlike Donatello, who depicted the heroic David with Goliath's head at his feet, Michelangelo selected the tense moment before the battle.
www.bluffton.edu /~sullivanm/micheldavid/david.html   (179 words)

 { davidsylvian.com } the official David Sylvian website
The rather beautiful limited edition brochure which accompanies The World is Everything tour features a selection of photographs by David, many of which can be found elsewhere on davidsylvian.com, plus a sampler CD of material from the samadhisound label including a track from Steve Jansen's forthcoming 'Slope' and two exclusive tracks by David.
From the 11th of September David Sylvian's audio artwork 'When loud weather buffeted Naoshima', originally commissioned as part of the Standard 2 festival 06/07, will once again be available to the public on the island of Naoshima this time as part of the permanent collection of the Naoshima Fukutake art museum foundation.
David has just completed a final mix of the composition commissioned by the Naoshima Fukutake Art Museum Foundation for their Standard 2 festival 06/07.
www.davidsylvian.com   (494 words)

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