For 15 years composer Phil Kline had performed his Unsilent
Night work across the USA and Canada; involving members of the public turning up with CD or cassette players and separately playing pre-prepared pieces.
After performing on the TV special "VH1 Divas Holiday: Unsilent
Night," the athlete took to Twitter to compliment his wife on a job well done.
But this whole pidgin book happened so that he might be witnessed through more than just binoculars, so the green and purple sheen of his feathers might startle, as he skulks along these up-and-down slate streets carrying our unsilent
Conspiracy website Unsilent
Majority said: "It could be this was built by those who inhabited the planet in the past.
If we don't act now, we can only expect anarchy to be the bad moon rising in the coming unsilent
and unholy night.
43) "Social ethic" as used here conveys the sense that Samuel Hill used the term in Southern Churches in Crisis (New York: Holt Rinehart and Winston, 1967) and that Donald Shriver used it in The Unsilent
South: Prophetic Preaching in Racial Crisis (Richmond: John Knox Press, 1965) and in "Southern Churches in Tfansition," New South (Winter 1970): 40-47.
Perlstein, Nixonland, 437-8; Robert Donavan and Ray Scherer, Unsilent
Revolution: Television News and the American Public Life, 1948-1991, Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1992, 114-16.
Though Jones is a veteran of the hardcore scene, he decided to let his gloomier metalhead roots hang out a little more after the band's explosive 2010 debut, Unsilent
Death--and they do, in abundance, through the blasts of grind-core, Swedish death metal and sludgy powervio-lence that tear through Abandon All Life like shrapnel.
But these events are carried out by an unsilent
minority; why should they ruin it for the vast number who want to go out, have fun and enjoy one of the most entertaining and anticipated nights of the Denbighshire calendar?
it almost seemed that they were poised there in that image of eternity forever--in moveless movement, unsilent
silence, spaceless flight" (77).
ve Ray Scherer, Unsilent
Revolution, New York, Cambridge University Press, 1992.
In her spare time, Khalili produces a public electronic parade for the winter holidays called Unsilent
Night as well as Cantantes Homines, a men's choir that will perform at the University of California at Los Angeles this year.