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  • But in 2001 the commission unanimously supported the erection of Norman Foster's histrionic glazed tower (2005) over the gutted shell of Joseph Urban's moderne Hearst Building (1929), the Depression having prevented the completion of Urban's skyscraper design.

    The Bias Against Tradition

  • Pope Urban's proclamation that kicked off the Crusades had little to do with the Muslims and a great deal to do with the growing schism between the eastern and western Christian traditions.

    TV review: The Crusades | Jonathan Meades on France

  • Urban's McCoy says "damn it" and "I'm a doctor not a physicist!"

    Star Trek - wow!

  • Her first child with Urban's name, Sunday Rose, was interpreted by some as a jab at the Scientologist faith that often caused friction in their marriage.

    Nicole Kidman: 'I Was Damaged' After Tom Cruise Divorce

  • Can't tell a lot about the other characters, except that Karl Urban seems to be doing a scarily exact impersonation of the late DeForest Kelly as McCoy, as if Kelly had managed to implant his katra in Urban's head before he died.

    It's Kirk the Explorer not Kirk the Rebel

  • Karl Urban's gruff-but-lovable Doctor McCoy was probably the truest reflection of the old series.

    What Did You Think of the New Star Trek?

  • Loved how the Spock/Kirk/McCoy chemistry was reignited in this movie (kind of feel like Karl Urban's Bones really provide the connective glue here).

    Star Trek

  • I loved every minute of it, thought it was perfectly cast (was expecting Zachary Quinto to be the standout, but they all were good and I'm not sure but what Karl Urban's Bones wasn't the best).

    Star Trek

  • I had a few minutes to chat with the former mattress urinator in Urban's employee break room, a nice place for a break if I do say so myself.

    Caitlin Colford: Interview With Sarah Silverman: Advice for Bedwetters Everywhere!

  • On July 15, 1099, the crusaders stormed the walls and put its defenders to the sword to reclaim Christ's city from Islam Pope Urban II and the Call to Crusade While nine hundred years later a distant descendant of Pope Urban's creation continues to cast its shadow on Christian-Muslim relations across the world, it is an irony that crusading was primarily intended to remedy problems within western Europe.

    'Holy Warriors: A Modern History of the Crusades'

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