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Middle-earth

an old-fashioned name for “world”: scene of J. R. R. Tolkien’s fantasies. [Br. Lit.: The Hobbit; The Lord of the Rings]
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Only Gandalf and Pippin's intervention prevents abloodbathand they incite the other tribes of MiddleEarth to make haste to Minas Tirith, where the final battle between good and evil must play out.
Sounds like a recipe for disaster but it is in fact the basis of one of the greatest cinematic achievements of all time; bringing to the big screen J R Tolkien's vision of middleearth, The Lord of the Rings.
And even now he admits he can't forget the mythical world of MiddleEarth and especially the real-life fellowship he shared with his Lord of the Rings co-stars.
En el primer capitulo de la trilogia, el publico se va a encontrar con el joven Hobbit Frodo Baggins, quien heredo el "One Ring" que es el instrumento mas poderoso de Middleearth.
com notes that "customers who bought this book also bought" The Lord of the Rings, The Complete Guide to MiddleEarth, and other Tolkein-related titles.
He Chanted a Song of Wizardry': Words with Power in MiddleEarth.
A HOBBIT HUT IN STRATFORD-UPON-AVON These quirky huts look like they could have come straight from Middleearth when in actual fact they're in Stratford-upon-Avon.
Tolkien's Middleearth, there are nine rings of power given to men, In Wolverhampton Steve Bull wore the number nine shirt.
There's Bilbo Baggins' house in Bag End, a map of Middleearth, runic writing and mystic symbols including the evil eye of sinister sorcerer Sauron.
THE LORD OF THE RINGS: THE RETURN OF THE KING (12A) Peter Jackson's audacious, wildly imaginative and boundlessly thrilling adaptation of JRR Tolkein's trilogy, which reaches its cataclysmic conclusion with a titanic confrontation between good and evil that will decide the fate of MiddleEarth.
The world of local government finance is a strange MiddleEarth,inhabited by creatures who emerged once a year from their grottoes with a figure of how much each council will get from Whitehall.
It sounds to me like the ideal pastime for the fantasy nerd who has everything - now where on MiddleEarth did I put Bob's phone number?