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Nyman

Michael. born 1944, British composer; works include the opera The Man Who Mistook His Wife For a Hat (1986) and scores for films, including The Piano (1992) and several films by Peter Greenaway
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Nyman said the county preferred to arrange for a long-term payment rather than get one lump sum from ARCO because, after Anaconda's copper smelter closed in 1980, ARCO gave $3 million to the county.
Where Glenn Miller found his unique sound in the 1940s, Michael Nyman has done the same today.
Nyman asserted that there are other nurseries too offering the same service, as because of the low birth rate, the nurseries will face a reduction in their funding from local government.
As Nyman drug his friend through the treacherous terrain, an avalanche hurled the two down the mountain and plunged them into a deep crevasse.
Nyman, who first got involved with the 30-hour famine in 1994 at his previous parish in Chicago.
A TV crew is there and causes havoc; the two leading actors (Orjan Ramberg, Dan Ekborg) are both prima donnas; the leading actress (Lena Nyman) gets more and more frustrated.
The 23-year-old from Perth bogeyed his opening hole at Sao Paulo Golf Club but then picked up six birdies in his closing 12 to finish one behind playing partner Nyman.
FTS and Daiwa president and chief operating officer Mike Nyman stresses that the company has established a highly efficient supply chain that holds down costs and ensures adequate inventory levels for retailers.
COMPOSER Michael Nyman (pictured above) will be in the Midlands next Saturday night for the latest venture in his innovative career.
ON THE surface, Michael Nyman doesn't come over as an N emotional man.
Michael Nyman Birmingham Town Hall IN this concert devoted to "Music from and for Film" Nyman was without his lively band to put some colourful timbral flesh on his music's minimalist bones.