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( Rossum's Universal Robots ) ( 1921 ) the play that introduced the word robot to the world were organic artificial humans, the word " robot " has come to primarily refer to mechanical humans, animals, and other beings.
* 1921 Robert Cliche, Canadian politician and magistrate ( d. 1978 )
* 1921 Black Friday: mine owners announce more wage and price cuts, leading to the threat of a strike all across England.
* 1921 Tove Maës, Danish actress ( d. 2011 )
* 1921 The British install the son of Sharif Hussein bin Ali ( leader of the Arab Revolt of 1916 against the Ottoman Empire ) as King Faisal I of Iraq.
* 1921 Georg Alexander, Duke of Mecklenburg ( d. 1996 )
* 1921 Leo Penn, American director ( d. 1998 )
* 1921 Ernest Angley, American evangelist and broadcaster
* 1921 J. James Exon, American politician ( d. 2005 )
They won the first eight matches in succession including a 5 0 whitewash in 1920 1921 at the hands of Warwick Armstrong's team.
* 2008 Jake Warren, Canadian diplomat ( b. 1921 )
* 2012 N. K. P. Salve, Indian politician ( b. 1921 )
The most important Canadian theorist was an American immigrant, Henry Wise Wood, president of the United Farmers of Alberta ( UFA ) during that movement's time as the governing party of the province ( 1921 1935 ).
* 1921 Jack Kramer, American tennis player ( d. 2009 )
* 1921 Major League Baseball Commissioner Kenesaw Mountain Landis confirms the ban of the eight Chicago Black Sox, the day after they were acquitted by a Chicago court.
* 1921 Marilyn Maxwell, American actress ( d. 1972 )
* 1921 Richard Adler, American songwriter and composer ( d. 2012 )
* 1921 Hayden Carruth, American poet and critic ( d. 2008 )
* 1999 Byron Farwell, American historian ( b. 1921 )
The second generation was led by Fernand Braudel ( 1902 1985 ) and included Georges Duby ( 1919 1996 ), Pierre Goubert ( 1915 2012 ), Robert Mandrou ( 1921 1984 ), Pierre Chaunu ( 1923 2009 ), Jacques Le Goff ( 1924 ) and Ernest Labrousse ( 1895 1988 ).

1921 and West
New York's Radio Row ( 1921 1966 ) was a warehouse district on the Lower West Side of Manhattan, New York City.
On May 12, 1921, just two months into Harding's presidency, violence was initiated near Matewan, West Virginia, between private detectives, on behalf of the Stone Mountain Coal Company, and United Mine Workers union members who had been fired from their jobs and were being evicted from company-owned housing.
A year after President Harding contended with the 1921 mining labor war in West Virginia, a strike broke out during the summer of 1922 in the railroad industry.
( It is best known in the West through Puccini's famous opera Turandot ( 1921 24 ).
In the picture taken of the West Mayo Brigade Active Service Unit in 1921, ten of the thirty in the photograph had been members of the Westport Fianna Sluagh, as had Tom Derrig, who rose to the rank of Adjutant General during the Civil War.
In 1921 they bought the first piece of an eventual site, due to its location close to good transport links from both the Grand Union Canal and the Great Western Railway's Great Western Main Line, and the West Coast Main Line and onwards to the Midlands at Willesden Junction.
In February 1921, the old schoolhouse at 201 West Sierra burned down.
Prospect, later called First Baptist, was the only organized church in the corporate limits of West City until 1921.
A series of fires destroyed East Charleston May 18, 1921, and West Charleston on the following day.
Dunbar was incorporated on April 19, 1921, by an Act of the West Virginia Legislature, and named for Dunbar Baines, a prominent area banker.
In 1920, Colman went to America and toured with Robert Warwick in The Dauntless Three, and subsequently toured with Fay Bainter in East is West ; at the Booth Theatre, New York, in January 1921 he played the Temple Priest in William Archer's play The Green Goddess, with George Arliss ; at the 39th Street Theatre in August 1921 he appeared as Charles in The Nightcap ; and in September 1922 he made a great success as Alain Sergyll at the Empire Theatre ( New York City ) in the hit play La Tendressse.
The county of West Lothian was called Linlithgowshire or the County of Linlithgow until 1921.
* Code of the West ( 1921 ) short
** West Haven, created from Orange in 1921
Her father was a civil engineer for the West Riding County Council, who in 1921 became County Surveyor.
A situation akin to that presented by the West Lothian question did exist between 1921 and 1972, when there was a Parliament of Northern Ireland that legislated for Northern Ireland, but Northern Ireland continued to send MPs to Westminster, who could vote on matters affecting only Great Britain.
* West Park Hospital ( construction started 1912, used as a military hospital from 1916 and officially opened in 1921 )
Witte's reputation was burnished in the West when his memoirs were published in 1921.
Baker was buried in a small military cemetery near Toul, but in 1921 his mother had his remains moved to her family plot in West Laurel Hill Cemetery, Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania.
Applying for a commercial pilot's licence on 2 June 1921 ( in which he gave his name as ' Charles Edward Kingsford-Smith '), he became one of Australia's first airline pilots when he was chosen by Norman Brearley to fly for the newly formed West Australian Airways.
Rockwell moved to West Hartford, CT, and made an additional improvement in 1921.
Under the Railways Act 1921, the West Somerset Railway Company was finally amalgamated into the Great Western Railway but the Minehead branch, as the route was now known, continued to be operated by the newly enlarged GWR.
He was elected as TD ( Teachta Dála ) for Dublin North West in the 1921 and 1922 general elections.

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