High Noon


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High Noon

western film in which time is of the essence. [Am. Cinema: Griffith, 396–397]
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For Canada and for Catholics it is now High Noon, except that it is not a movie but reality we face.
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DETROIT, March 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- All Access Experience and Sony Music Nashville brought some of country music's hottest stars to the All New, All-Inclusive Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya in Mexico March 7-12, 2014 for a once-in-a-lifetime vacation- Jerrod Niemann's High Noon Adventure- and it was all for a good cause.
The talks continue next Wednesday at high noon - appropriately enough as they will be the last as far as we are concerned.
In High Noon, Gary Cooper is left alone to face a gang, and in Shane, Alan Ladd drills Jack Palance's Wilson inside Grafton's saloon.
Wilson) is the bully who haunts Marty's past, present, and future, following the time-traveling teen from a high noon showdown to a futuristic high-speed chase.
Environmental researcher Julian Darley's High Noon For Natural Gas: The New Energy Crisis by Julian Darley is a highly documented and timely expose of the natural gas industry, American increasing dependency on natural gas, and the implications for environmental, political, and economic issues.
High Noon could mark an explosion of lawlessness and violence, a further descent into fear and chaos.
Many moons ago I recall fishing for sewin on the High Noon beat which is just above the tidal waters of the river Tyw i It was in the nineties when salmon were as scarce as Welsh gold.
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HIGH Noon star Katy Jurado, the Mexican actress who played a sultry wildcat in some of the classic American films of the 1950s, has died at the age of 78.