1. Troy Lehmann of coffee table Troy Lehmann (born 25 February 1972) is a former Australian rules footballer who played with Collingwood and the Brisbane Bears in the Australian Football League (AFL) during the early 1990s.
Lehmann was picked up by Collingwood in the 1989 VFL Draft, from South Australian National Football League (SANFL) club North Adelaide. He played his football mostly as a ruck-rover and kicked two goals on his AFL debut in 1991. Lehmann's 22 kicks and eight handballs in a convincing win over Adelaide at Victoria Park earned him maximum Brownlow Medal votes and he finished the year with an average of 20 disposals a game.
Hamstring problems troubled Lehmsnn during his league career and he put together just four appearances in 1993.
Before the 1994 AFL season, Lehmann was traded to Brisbane together with teammates Craig Starcevich and a draft pick used on Chris Scott. In return Collingwood gained a future captain and Brownlow Medal winner in Nathan Buckley. ------ 2. Metu, Ethiopia of coffee table Metu (also Mettu) is a market town and separate woreda in south-western Ethiopia. Located in the Illubabor Zone of the Oromia Region (or kilil) along the Sor River, this town has a latitude and longitude of 818N 3535E / 8.300N 35.583E / 8.300; 35.583 and an altitude of 1605 meters. Metu was the capital of the former Illubabor Province from 1978 until the adoption of the new constitution in 1995.
Metu has been an important market of the coffee trade, with several foreigners residing in the town as early as the 1930s to buy the crops from local farmers. At this early date, the town was connected by telephone to Gore and Addis Ababa. The town's source of electricity is the nearby Sor Hydroelectric Station. The city also has a high school and hospital.
Metu is known for its local waterfalls, the best known being the Sor Falls and their surrounding forest with its wildlife. ------ 3. Works of coffee table Cameron's book style consists of an aerial photograph with text and history of the site and occasionally on the opposing page a historical photo of the same site with text. The books are always all photographic and are primarily of large conurbations. His career began as a photographic journalist for the Des Moines Register in 1933. During the Second World War he worked as a photographer for the United States Department of War. He founded the publishing company Cameron and Company in 1964 with the publication of The Drinking Man's Diet, which went on to sell over 2.4 million copies worldwide in 13 different languages. His books of aerial photography include:
Above San Francisco
Above New York
Above Mexico City
Above Las Vegas
Above Los Angeles
Above San Diego
Above Harbor Springs
Above Makinak IslandIn the 1991 film Defending Your Life, Cameron's books can be seen sitting on a coffee table, one of which features the film's fictitious city, Judgement City. ------ 4. Cricket career of coffee table McLean, a right-handed batsman and a legbreak bowler, appeared in 20 first-class cricket matches for his state. He made 897 first-class runs at an average of 28.93 and took 65 wickets at 38.36.
Both of his two first-class hundreds were scored in a one-week period in the Sheffield Shield, towards the end of December 1949. The first was an innings of 213 which he made opening the batting against Queensland at the Adelaide Oval, dwarfing his team's next highest score of 45. Just two days after that match ended, South Australia met Victoria at the Melbourne Cricket Ground and McLean, opening the batting once more, scored 135 and again outshone his teammates with the next best effort being 31. Victoria's bowling lineup consisted of Test cricketer Doug Ring as well as future Test players Jack Hill and Jack Iverson.
In his district career with Port Adelaide from 193954, he scored over 5000 runs and took more than 500 wickets.
His first name Allan is given on cricket scorecards instead of Bob. ------ 5. Drinking Man's Diet of coffee table Cameron was known for a fad diet he invented known as the Drinking Man's Diet. In 1964, he promoted the diet in his booklet The Drinking Mans Diet: How to Lose Weight with a Minimum of Willpower. The diet became popular and sold over 2.4 million copies in 13 languages. The Drinking Man's Diet was a low-carb high-fat diet with plenty of meat and alcohol.
It has been described as a predecessor to the Atkins diet and the Paleolithic diet. A 1965 article in the Time Magazine, noted that "the book's contents are a cocktail of wishful thinking, a jigger of nonsense and a dash of sound advice." Nutritionists such as Jean Mayer and Frederick J. Stare found the diet "ridiculous" and criticized it as unhealthy. Dr. Philip L. White from the American Medical Association described the diet as "utter nonsense, has no scientific basis, and is chock-full of errors." ------ 6. David Brown (footballer, born 1969) of coffee table David Brown (born 29 September 1969) is a former professional Australian rules footballer who played for the Adelaide Football Club and Port Adelaide Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL).
Originally from Port Adelaide, Brown was chosen as one of the Adelaide Crows initial recruits for the Crows' first season in the AFL in 1991. After 69 games in six seasons with Adelaide, Brown was recruited by Port Adelaide to be part of its own inaugural AFL squad in 1997. Brown played two seasons with Port's AFL team, playing 22 matches before being named captain of the Port Adelaide Magpies in 1999.
Brown was a member of Port Adelaide premierships on six occasions; 1988, 1989, 1992, 1996, 1998, 1999, and won the Jack Oatey Medal for best player in the grand final in 1996. He retired in 2001, having played 183 games in the SANFL and kicked 156 goals.
Brown holds the very unique honour of being an inaugural player for both Adelaide (in 1991) and Port Adelaide (in 1997) in their first seasons in the AFL. ------ 7. Innerst i sjelen of coffee table Innerst i sjelen, in the United Kingdom: Deep Within My Soul, is a 1994 album from Norwegian singer Sissel Kyrkjeb. It is named for the song "Innerst i sjelen" that Sissel Kyrkjeb sang as initial track in the album, but was originally by Ole Paus and Lars Brke.
After a tour in Scandinavia countries, Sissel wanted to gather songs that could comfort and give hope, songs that told the story of longing, strong beliefs and hope, trust and love through countries and generations. As a special treat, the Olympic Hymn and Olympic Theme song from Lilehammer Olympic Winter Games in 1994 is included. The later was in duet with Plcido Domingo.
The song Fire In Your Heart was recorded in a canteen. Because of the tight schedules of both Plcido Domingo and Sissel, they had only a few hours to record this English version of the Olympics anthem before the opening ceremony. When they recorded the song in the canteen, coffee cups and food could still be seen on the tables!
James Horner, the composer of the music in the movie Titanic, knew Sissel from this album and he particularly liked how she sang Eg Veit I Himmerik Ei Borg (I Know in Heaven There Is a Castle). Horner had tried 25 or 30 singers and, in the end, he chose Sissel to sing the wordless tune. ------ 8. Titanic: Challenge of Discovery of coffee table Titanic: Challenge of Discovery is a video game developed by Maris Multimedia's Moscow studio and published by Panasonic Interactive Media on Aug 24, 1998 for Windows.
The player is part of an underwater archaeological team in charge of three famous wrecks: the Roman galley Isis, the German battleship Bismark, and the RMS Titanic.
Based on the experiences of Dr Ballad,clarification needed Ballard commented that "My main goal for this CD-ROM was to bring alive all the challenges, intense excitement and triumphs that I experienced during my many voyages of undersea exploration".
It was "developed over two years by 40 Russian scientists".
LearningWare Reviews felt it was a "spectacular" idea but very challenging. PC World thought that an intriguing premise was let down by poor execution. CBS quoted Ballard as saying that he praised the graphical realism. Chicago Tribune deemed it "sophisticated and thoroughly engaing". Praising the games, Washington Post noted how "Few people make coffee-table CD-ROMs like this anymore". PC Mag deemed it "marvelous". Popular Science gave note of the game's realism. ------ 9. Synopsis of coffee table Shin Suk-ho (Ji Sung) is a successful manager who works for KTOP entertainment, one of the largest entertainment companies in South Korea. After deciding to become independent and trying to develop his own company, Mango Entertainment, he suddenly faces many hardships and loses everything he has and goes to prison. After release, while he is trying to find a way back to life, he finds a talented high school student, Jo Ha-neul (Kang Min-hyuk) and decides to turn him into a famous singer. But he realizes that Ha-neul is an ex-convict and was accused for sexual abuse by his friend, Lee Ji-Young (Yoon Seo).
Shin Suk-ho starts a new journey with Ha-neul, forms the group 'Entertainer Band' (Ddandara band/ ), and tries to put things in their right place with the help of band members, his loyal friends and Jung Geu-rin (Lee Hye-ri), Ha-neul's hard-working sister. ------ 10. Men Opening Umbrellas Ahead of coffee table Men Opening Umbrellas Ahead is the 1974 debut solo album by British musician, writer and comedian Vivian Stanshall.
The initial LP pressing was deleted by Warner Bros. Records soon after release, having sold only the initial vinyl pressing of 5,000 copies. The album remained out of print for over 35 years.
In 2010, an unauthorized CD reissue was made available by Harkit Records. The CD featured notes by Dutch dada-ist Freek Kinkelaar and featured two bonus tracks not on the original LP: "Baba Tunde" and "Lakonga". This edition is a sourced from a vinyl copy and is a "bootleg" not authorized by the Stanshall estate. The bonus tracks come from a rare 1974 single.
Poppydisc Records released a remastered edition, on LP and CD, on 21 May 2012. These are the first re-issues to be authorized by the artist's estate, with a note in CD booklet stating (in bold uppercase) "Do not buy the Harkit Records CD as it is a poor quality bootleg, unauthorized by the Stanshall family". The remastered CD contains the two bonus tracks, while the vinyl version is the same as the original vinyl LP. ------ 11. Kingdom of coffee table Kingdom is a quarterly magazine covering all aspects of luxury golfing lifestyle, conceived and built in association with the legendary American golfer Arnold Palmer. The magazine was first published in December 2003. The magazine is published by golf media specialists, TMC USA, and was the brainchild of publisher, Matthew Squire, and the then president of Arnold Palmer Design Company, Ed Seay.
Originally conceived as an annual magazine solely for the private members of Arnold Palmer designed golf courses, Kingdom is now widely available. Averaging 200 pages in length and weighing over two pounds, it can be considered a coffee table publication. Editorial content is not limited to Palmer; many famous celebrities and golfers from Tom Watson to Vince Gill have appeared. There are also features on travel, golf, design, fitness, and other lifestyle articles.
The magazine has drawn critical praise for its standard of production and design, an aspect that has been principally driven by British art director, Matthew Halnan. The magazine also has an accompanying website, kingdom.golf which, along with the print magazine, is jointly overseen by Los Angeles based lifestyle editor Reade Tilley and golf editor Robin Barwick.
The magazine also has its own page on Arnold Palmer's website.