air supply

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air supply

The delivery of cargo and supplies by airdrop—either by parachute or, in a free drop, by air landing.
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Air Supply lead guitarist and song-writer Graham Russell and lead singer Russell Hitchcock fielded questions in the Gran Mulia hotel Jakarta Monday 6th October prior to their one day concert in the same hotel ballroom on Tuesday 7th.
1944: Death of architect Sir Edwin Lutyens: One ofEngland's most notable architects, Lutyens was described by architectural historian Henry Russell Hitchcock as ``the last traditionalist''.
Marooned in the roads of the Gorbals sits a Thomson building that was dubbed by the American historian Henry- Russell Hitchcock as one of the "finest Romantic Classical churches in the world".
BI Commissioner Jaime Morente issued an order granting the SWP in favor of Australians Graham Russell and Russell Hitchcock.
Russell Hitchcock and Graham Russell will be singing songs that made Air Supply famous.
Hunger -- both literally and metaphorically -- is the driving force of all high achievers in life and part of the reason for the enduring success of Australian balladeers Russell Hitchcock and Graham Russell.
Graham Russell and Russell Hitchcock became fast friends, instantly bonding over their common love for singing and the genius of The Beatles.
Russell Hitchcock's trademark tenor voice and Graham Russell's simple songs made Air Supply a group which would go the distance.
One explanation might be the dominance of the International Style, particularly after the 1932 exhibition at New York's MOMA (curated by Henry Russell Hitchcock and Philip Johnson), from which Schindler, unlike Neutra, was excluded.