- Any of ten degrees of advanced proficiency in judo or karate
- The Autism Research Institute (ARI), established in 1967 by Bernard Rimland,
is a San Diego, California, based nonprofit that funds research and provides
information on autism and autism spectrum disorders. Stephen M. Edelson became
the director of ARI upon Rimland's death in 2006.
- Dan (??), is a city mentioned in the Bible, described as the northernmost
city of the Kingdom of Israel, belonging to the Tribe of Dan.
- A person who has achieved such a degree
- According to the Book of Genesis, Dan (Hebrew: ????, Standard Dan Tiberian
Dan; "judgement" or "he judged") was the fifth son of Jacob with Bilhah. He was
Bilhah's first son. He was the founder of the Israelite Tribe of Dan.
dan fogerty - The Long
The Long Road Home
This ultimate collection of songs written and
performed by the legendary John Fogerty is the first ever compilation featuring
both John's solo work and Creedence Clearwater Revival material. 25 must have
Fogerty songs on one CD, Compiled and sequenced by John himself. Concord.
They were together just five years, and between the potent era of
1969-‘71, Creedence Clearwater Revival reached the Top 10 with nine different
singles, an accomplishment the band's architect John Fogerty has cracked just
once ("The Old Man Down the Road") since CCR's demise in 1972. And now that the
three-decade battle between Fogerty and the Fantasy label has ended, the
man-and-band reunion comes full circle with a 25-song compilation that packages
many of CCR's made-for-radio hits with a sprinkling of solo numbers and live
recordings from recent Fogerty tours. Fogerty hasn't penned a whole lot of
clunkers, and his CCR catalog sparkles with modernly remastered chooglin'
classics like "Bad Moon Rising," "Travelin' Band," "Fortunate Son," "Lookin' Out
My Backdoor" and "Have You Ever Seen the Rain." But the non-chronological
sequencing is unpredictable, and far too many Creedence gems were left on the
cutting room floor to call this package "The Ultimate." --Scott
Mark Knopfler live at the Royal Albert Hall - 26.May.2008
Mark Freuder Knopfler OBE (born August 12,
1949, Glasgow, Scotland) is a British guitarist, singer, songwriter, and film
score composer. Knopfler was originally best-known as the lead guitarist and
vocalist for the English rock band, Dire Straits, which he co-founded in 1977
with his brother David. Following the dissolution of Dire Straits in 1995,
Knopfler has continued to record and produce albums as a solo artist, under his
own name. Occasionally, Knopfler has played in other groups, such as the The
Notting Hillbillies; as well, he has guested on works by other artists,
including Bob Dylan, Bryan Ferry, Eric Clapton, John Fogerty, Jools Holland,
Steely Dan, Emmylou Harris and Chet Atkins. He has produced albums for artists
such as Tina Turner, Randy Newman and Bob Dylan. In addition, he has scored the
music to several films, including Local Hero, Cal, Last Exit to Brooklyn, Wag
the Dog, and Rob Reiner's classic, The Princess Bride.
Dan Leans Into It
Dan Fogerty slides through an extreme turn.