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* Charles C. Bass ( 1875-1975 ), " Father of Preventive Dentistry " and researcher in tropical medicine
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* 1754 – Pierre Charles L ' Enfant, French-American architect and engineer, planner of Washington, D. C. ( d. 1825 )
Charles Osborne Wickenden ( architect ), and J. C. Dumaresq designed the Central Building, Acadia College, 1878-79.
The song was first copyrighted in 1835 by the Boston-based music publisher Charles Bradlee, and given the title " The A. B. C., a German air with variations for the flute with an easy accompaniment for the piano forte ".
Noteworthy cartoonists of humor strips include Scott Adams, Steve Bell, Charles Schulz, E. C. Segar, Mort Walker and Bill Watterson.
The CMM was published as a book in 1995 by its primary authors, Mark C. Paulk, Charles V. Weber, Bill Curtis, and Mary Beth Chrissis.
* 1928 – Charles Jenkins Laboratories of Washington, D. C. becomes the first holder of a television license from the Federal Radio Commission.
Pei and his team also designed a united urban area for Washington, D. C., L ' Enfant Plaza ( named for French-American architect Pierre Charles L ' Enfant ).
* Ainsworth, Mitchell, C., " Inks and Their Composition and Manufacture ," Charles Griffin and Company Ltd, 1904.
* 1882 – Charles J. Guiteau is hanged in Washington, D. C. for the assassination of U. S. President James Garfield.
* 1922 – In Washington D. C., U. S. Secretary of State Charles Evans Hughes and Dominican Ambassador Francisco J. Peynado sign the Hughes-Peynado agreement, which ends the United States occupation of the Dominican Republic.
When family friend John T. Ford opened 1, 500-seat Ford's Theatre on November 9 in Washington, D. C., Booth was one of the first leading men to appear there, playing in Charles Selby's The Marble Heart.
In this same period, on the initiative of the Virginian politician Charles F. Mercer and the Presbyterian minister Robert Finley from New Jersey, in 1816 the American Colonization Society ( ACS ) was established in Washington D. C. by American politicians, senators and religious leaders from a variety of orientations.
During World War I, she promoted the sale of Liberty Bonds, through an exhausting series of fund-raising speeches that kicked off in Washington, D. C., where she sold bonds alongside Charles Chaplin, Douglas Fairbanks, Theda Bara, and Marie Dressler.
Charles Colson's conversion to Christianity resulted from his reading this book, as did the conversions of Francis Collins, Josh Caterer and the philosopher C. E. M. Joad.
It first appeared in print, with some enhancement, in 1947, in a festschrift volume, Essays Presented to Charles Williams, compiled by C. S. Lewis.
In four descending columns, from left to right: Maestrale class frigate | MM Maestrale ( F 570 ), FS De Grasse | De Grasse ( D 612 ); USS John C. Stennis | USS John C. Stennis ( CVN 74 ), FS Charles de Gaulle | Charles De Gaulle ( R 91 ), Surcouf ( F711 ) | Surcouf ( F 711 ); USS Port Royal ( CG-73 ) | USS Port Royal ( CG-73 ), HMS Ocean ( L12 ) | HMS Ocean ( L 12 ), USS John F. Kennedy ( CV 67 ) | USS John F. Kennedy ( CV 67 ), Hr.
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Just then Charles Lever yelled, `` Hey, Jack '', from the quarry road which ran behind the Carter house, and Jack grabbed the lunch from the table and darted out the kitchen door, yelling `` Good-bye, Mom '' over his shoulder.
Charles, also fifteen, was tall and skinny, scraggly, with straight black hair like an Indian's and sharp brown eyes.
Charles said as they picked their way over the rocky road which led up the hill away from the Dixie Highway, through a corn field and a patch of woods to the school.
He said, lapsing into the profanity he often used when away from his parents and especially when he was with Charles.
He could think of nothing else save his mental image of her nude figure and what Charles had said that morning about Margaret Rider.
Occasionally he would look across the aisle at Margaret, fourteen and demure in a fresh green organdy dress, sitting in the sixth-grade row, and he could hardly believe she would do what Charles had said she did.
At noontime, remembering what the teacher had said about maybe playing with the kids, Jack stayed close to the schoolhouse while all the other big boys, except Charles, went off out the road to play ball.
He asked Charles suspiciously as they sat in the well-house shade, watching the girls congregate in front of the schoolhouse.
An approach that has appealed to some choreographers is reminiscent of Charles Olson's statement of the process of projective verse: `` one perception must immediately and directly lead to a further perception ''.
With the first of a group of historical novels, The Charles Men ( Karolinerna ), published in 1897-8, he achieved the masterpiece of his career.
Though it centers around the brilliant and enigmatic figure of Charles 12,, the true hero is not finally the king himself.
The Charles Men consists not of a connected narrative but of a group of short stories, each depicting a special phase of the general subject.
The Charles Men has a tremendous range of characters, of common folk even more than of major figures.
The first half of The Charles Men, ending on the climax of the battle of Poltava in 1709, is more dramatically coherent than the second.
In `` The King's Ride '', Charles breaks out of a long period of petulance and inertia, regains his old self, escapes from Turkey, and finally reaches his own land after an absence of eighteen years.
The guns are fired, the hymns are sung, and the body of Charles is carried down to the vault and laid beside the tombs of his ancestors.