I want to break free - Queen translated into spanish. Quem pode ouvir Todos Somente eu. Leave your review! Two photos from the visit showed the once portly, but now gaunt Gross wearing blue jeans and a blue guayabera shirt, accompanied by Dworin and Pristein in a visiting room with black chairs, green walls and a potted plant. Genser has demanded, so far unsuccessfully, that he be allowed to send a doctor to Cuba to examine Gross.
Dworin said she and Pristein sang a Yom Kippur song with Gross and talked for two hours about issues ranging from his health to the U. Dworin said it was the seventh time she had visited Gross and would do so again in December during Hanukkah. It appears that Cuban authorities are determined to eliminate one of the few independent sources of news on the island nation.
Martinez has since required medical treatment for injuries sustained while in custody. While Martinez has been taken into custody on numerous occasions, this is the first time the reporter has actually faced charges. Independent journalists and human rights advocates are regularly detained in Cuba.
They betray their nation for a few coins. Guerra himself is no stranger to confrontations with the authorities. He was arrested and beaten by police earlier this month. Only yesterday were we able to begin sending messages, but we can neither make nor receive calls. Hugo Landa, who heads the U. The vote saw 41 in favor and three against — China, Russia, and Cuba opposed the extension, said Reuters.
Three abstained. That is, what seemed like an exalted Revolutionary speech delivered from the balcony of the Presidential Palace, in the light of today has all the hallmarks of partisan despotism, of the grossest authoritarianism. Big Brother announcing his plan. If those words excited exaltation at the beginning of the sixties… they now provoke in many a mixture of terror, disgust and embarrassment for the man who spoke them.
Believe me, behind this facade of representation and solidarity is hidden a mechanism of surveillance and control. In short, I grew up as a child of the CDR, although when I reached adulthood I refused to become a militant among its ranks. It was precisely these neighborhood organizations who most forcefully organized the repudiation rallies carried out in against those Cubans who decided to emigrate through the port of Mariel in what came to be known on the other shore as the Mariel Boatlift.
And today they are also the principal cauldron of the repressive acts against the Ladies in White and other dissidents. They have never worked as a unifying or conciliatory force in society, but rather as a fundamental ingredient in the exacerbation of ideological polarization, social violence, and the creation of hatred. Like this: Like Loading Cuba Liar, Can you please provide any quotations from Yoani Sanchez in which she endorses annexation of Cuba?
But for Duniesky Canton Fernandez, this place was once home. I want to break free I want to break free I want to break free from your lies You're so self satisfied I don't need you I've got to break free God knows, God knows I want to break free. I've fallen in love I've fallen in love for the first time And this time I know it's for real I've fallen in love, yeah God knows, God knows I've fallen in love. The Judicious Reader may discern by this little, how much this latter Translator excell'd the former, in comprehending and expressing his Lordship's Sence.
And yet I cannot say, that throughout those Three Centuries in which he hath labour'd, he hath every where truly hit his Conceit. One day, his Lordship was dictating to that Doctor, some of the Experiments in his Sylva.
His Friend being gone, he came straightway to Dr. Rawley, and said thus to him. Well Sir! Yon Business won't go on; let us go on with this, for this is in our Power. Gruter, in the same Book. Such a Collection of Natural History, was of necessity to be undertaken a-new. To such I will return Answer in his own words. To this we find a very brief Entrance, in the Organum i , and the Scripta, publish'd by Gruter k.
The Anticipations he intended to pay down as Use, till he might furnish the World wit the Principal, in. Time only can throughly finish what his Lordship began, and sufficiently commend his Diligence and Sagacity, who collected so many Materials, and dispos'd them into such Order; and made in so short a Time, and for the most part in the midst of Civil Business, such mighty Preparations towards the building of the House of Wisdom.
Upon which occasion he wrote thus to the Bishop of Winchester n. This was written by his Lordship, in Latine p only. A Person of more good Will, than Ability, translated it into English q , and call'd it, in the singular, Her Felicity.
A while since, they were translated into English, and inserted into the First Part of the Resuscitation x. It is this Book which Mr. It is true, the design of this Book was, Instruction in Natural and Civil Matters, either couched by the Ancients under those Fictions, or rather made to seem to be so, by his Lordship's Wit, in the opening and applying of them.
But because the first ground of it is Poetical Story, therefore let it have this place, till a fitter be found for it. His Writings which relate to Ecclesiastical Polity, for he was not willing a that all his Labours should go into the City, and none into the Church are the three following. In all which it is plain, that his Lordship dealt in the Affairs of the Church, as he was wont to do in Civil Matters, Suavibus Modis, and in the Mean.
But other Studies, together with want of Time and Assistance, prevented the ripening of these Thoughts. Both these contain much of that Matter which we usually call Moral, distinguishing it from that which is Civil: In the handling of which sort of Argument, his Lordship has been esteemed so far to excel, that he hath had a Comment written on him as on an Author in Ethics f and an Advancer of that most useful part of Learning.
The entire population is looking. Deaths In Chicago. Chicago, Aug. A number of prostrations ars reported, a few of them fatal.
This afternoon the heat was mitigated at several points by severe thunder-storms. The excessive heat of Friday, Saturday nnd Sunday has, however, had its effect on the mortality rat' , there being deaths reported in the city to-day, more double the usual rate. The mortality among horses was also heavy. Chicago, Aue. All the late crops are burning up in the ground, and the early ones have been ripened so quickly by the drought that they are badly scorched.
The river? All through the valleys of the Yantie, Quinnebaugh and Shetueket rivers the mills are idle. Pachaug Lake, that covers 14, acres, is nearly dry. Unless rain soon conies the loss to crops and in wages will be great. Local thunder-storms will moderate the present conditions. Such local thunderstorms are most likely north of New York City. Itains have fallen during the night in a narrow belt from Eastern lowa to Eistern Massachusetts, being heavy over Lake Eric, with thuiidor-storms.
Showers have occurred iv Florida and South Dakota. North of Montana a high pressure aud a wave of cooler air have appeared, and from this area, though remote, permanent relief from the heat is most to be looked for. There was much indignation, it being believed that improper induoements were offered to the Council. At a iiiiiss-meetiiii: this evening, presided over by Hon. John K. Scruggs, the head of the Kansas City bar. A committee of fifteen was appointed to present a protest.
When the crowd found the chamber empty another mass-meeting was held, the Mayor aud Council beiug denounced as thieves. Alter several such speeches the crowd dispersed. New Lisbox Wis. A fire started iliis evening by an explosion of a lamp in Buffmiro's saloon and spread rapidly, burning several business houses arid the Camp Doimlass Hotel.
It then crossed the Omaha tracks and burned the Commercial House and depot, aud went on in the residence district. Soldiers, who were encamped near by, assembled and succeeded in saving nearly all the goods in the hotels and stores aud most of the business part of the village. Many dwelling houses were burned. The wind blew from the south and kept the tire moving very rapidly, and when the engines arrived from Alaustou and Toman t!
The telegraphic wires passim: through the town were destroyed aud the railroad tiHcks badly warped. New Yokk, Aug. The case to be tried is that of Edward LbttJS, Ainr. Genevieve, two colored firemen were blown to atoms, and two deck-hands, Charles Adams and Marshall Carter, probably fatally injurea.
A colored passenger was also soriously injured. The cause oi the explosioa is unknown. The winners were: Five furlongs. Time, One mile, 1 ; llaslirouck won. B-lwood second, Costa Rica third. Five aiid a half furlong-, Kelp filly won. Gratitude second, I'olyuora mini. Ciitallna third. One mile and seventy yards. Kern won. Joa Blackburn second, Bullfinch third.
At Gutteaberg'. Chris Jericho: Break the Walls Down Mick Foley: Wreck Rey Mysterio: Kane: Slow Chemical Melina: Paparazzi Kennedy: Turn Up the Trouble Just For You 2. I Call It Love 3. Easy 4. Ballerina Girl 5. Dancing On The Ceiling 6. All Around The World 7.
Endless Love 8. Sail On 9. His speech was quick, as though his mind were on getting back into the studio. Well, I was born there.
I stayed there about three or four years. Then I moved to England. You won't get much from Zanzibar. Are there palm trees? It's off the East African coast. That's where my parents were staying. My father worked for the government. He was sort of posted there and I was born there. Then we moved back to London and I've lived here ever since. I'm sure the Beatles got in there. There are a lot of beaches there, so I guess they do a lot of swimming. We stayed there a week and were playing every night.
Why, what's it like? It's very tropical, there are palm trees and lots of beaches. People swim a lot, play soccer and listen to Elvis Presley. What images did you have of New York? I enjoyed it basically from the reception we got. People were telling us how vicious the city can be, but I enjoyed it. There's so much to see, so it depends on how long you're there for. The record company took us to all the obvious places to go, to all the restaurants, clubs and things.
When we come back again, we'll be looking for all the other places. MERCURY: There's been nothing non-musical that I've been thinking about lately because we've been doing this film thing, the sound-track for it, and we've been trying to get the tour thing together because we're coming over soon.
You know about the rainbow here? It's sort of the place to play over here and when we played there we did a movie of the show and now we're putting the pieces together. I thought that was finished. I thought that was done in Cecil B. De Mille's time, Mae West.
I think they're sort of beginning to idolize rock stars now, aren't they? But not as great as they did in those days. It's not embarrassment, but maybe annoyance, that I feel when things aren't going right onstage. It was a funny moment when we played at the Rainbow and the power went out on us.
That was sort of embarrassing. Just listening to music is a kind of fever. I like most of the Victorian artists. I like lot of detail work, water colors, that sort of thing. And popular stuff like Dali. I like him for different reasons. We have Zandra Rhodes do our costumes. You never know how true that might be, actually.
We're working on it. I would like to talk to her, yes. I don't know what she would say to me, or what I would say to her. You could talk about that. Didn't you once sell antique clothes? They're the clothes I like best. I don't like manufactured clothes. I normally like clothes anyway, and when Queen was semi-professional I thought I would do something at the same time, and I got an opportunity to get a small boutique in Kensington Market.
You can have them made to order. Just go in with your design. I've got a sort of huge apartment in Kensington and I have a huge corridor that's just full of my wardrobe. I could start a shop in there. There's a place called Essences, that's a very good place. They seem to get very good quality stuff, but still old, 's stuff. If they have the money I'd ask them to go to Zandra Rhodes, because she's got a place where she works and you can buy them off the rail.
They're quite beautiful. For what we do, clothes are very important, and if you know where to get them it helps. I'm a very vain person and, yeah, I do. I have other things to think about. I have quite a few at home, different shapes and sizes, but I don't think there's any kind of chemical reaction.
I think I'm totally original. I'm sure there are many people who see themselves in me, but that's to them. I'm me, basically, and that's how I like to be. That's another nice shop people can go to. It's really a beautiful shop done up well. When fans come over here, that ought to be the first place they go. I used to use Biba black nail polish, but I changed. I got Minor's now. Black seems to be the colour for me. He's my idol.
He sort of epitomizes, from his presentation onstage, the whole works of a rock star. There's no way you can compare him. You either have the magic or you don't.
There's no way you can work up to it. There's nobody who can take his place. Liza, in terms of sheer talent, just oozes with it. She has sheer energy and stamina, which she gets across the stage, and the way she delivers herself to the public is a good influence. There is a lot to learn from her. Led Zeppelin is the greatest. Robert Plant is one of the most original vocalists of our time. As a rock band they deserve the kind of success they're getting.
They come over to our shows, write letters, send presents, got to know us. We seem to attract quite a few families.
The daughters like us and bring their families. It's great. Brian gets on with the Linneys daughter. We've got quite a light show that we carry around. We've taken a lot of time out to work with them. Lights enhance all our songs differently. I get the feeling it's more like me. It's very arrogant and I'm arrogant.
I also think the Queen of Spades is more vain than the other ones. CIRCUS: In the late sixties there were two girls who were famous for making plaster casts of famous rock stars' erections. Cynthia Plaster-caster is the most famous of them. How many did she do? She had quite an exhibit. How do you invest your money? I spend it as soon as I get it, on a house, clothes, paintings.
I love going to restaurants and spending money on good food. There's more things I don't do with my left hand than I do with my right. I'll tell you one thing, I only wear nail polish on my left hand. It's the only hand I'll wear black nail polish on. I only need it on one hand.
We have a very strong image that we get across in our music. It's important, the way you look, the way you play It was before Queen were formed and he was running a stall in Kensington Market with the delicately pretty drummer, Roger Taylor.