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* J. G. Farrell's novel Troubles, set during the Irish War of Independence, is published.
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The theory predicts a linear dependence of Af on Af, where J is the experimentally determined Curie-Weiss constant.
The Stanford Achievement Test, Form J, was administered by classroom teachers, consisting of a battery of six sub-tests: Paragraph Meaning, Word Meaning, Spelling, Language, Arithmetic Computation, and Arithmetic Reasoning.
It is, of course, easy to see how `` J '' will mean Uncle Jack to one person and little Jane to another.
Jorge Moll and Jordan Grafman, neuroscientists at the National Institutes of Health and LABS-D ' Or Hospital Network ( J. M.
This design-based analysis was discussed and developed by Francis J. Anscombe at Rothamsted Experimental Station and by Oscar Kempthorne at Iowa State University.
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According to the conjectural reconstructions of Noel Swerdlow and G. J. Toomer, this was derived from his assumption of a " least perceptible " solar parallax of 7 arc minutes.
* Kirk G. S .; Raven, J. E. and Schofield, M. ( 1983 ) The Presocratic Philosophers: a critical history with a selection of texts ( 2nd ed.
28 .</ ref > One of the three Milesian philosophers, he is identified as a younger friend or student of Anaximander .< ref > Kirk, G. S., J. E.
124-126 .</ ref > While other philosophers also recognized such transitions in states of matter, Anaximenes was the first to associate the quality pairs hot / dry and cold / wet with the density of a single material and add a quantitative dimension to the Milesian monistic system .< ref > Kirk, G. S., J. E.
While the sun is similarly described as being aflame, it is not composed of rarefied air like the stars but rather of earth like the moon ; its burning comes not from its composition but rather from its rapid motion .< ref > Kirk, G. S., J. E.
* Short story, The Passion Considered as an Uphill Bicycle Race ( La Passion considérée comme course de côte ), has been widely circulated and imitated, notably by J. G.
J. G. Ballard wrote a dystopian take on a self-contained building that is much like an arcology in his 1975 novel High Rise.
This traditional attribution of the Creed to Athanasius was first called into question in 1642 by Dutch Protestant theologian G. J.
In this model, the atom is composed of electrons ( which Thomson still called " corpuscles ", though G. J. Stoney had proposed that atoms of electricity be called electrons in 1894 ) surrounded by a soup of positive charge to balance the electrons ' negative charges, like negatively charged " plums " surrounded by positively charged " pudding ".
* Richard J. Coggins, 1 and 2 Chronicles in Dunn, James D. G., Rogerson, John William ( eds ), " Eerdmans Commentary on the Bible " ( Eerdmans, 2003 )
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In contrast to the buffoonish Burns, Winchester was a well-spoken and talented surgeon who presented a different type of foil to Alan Alda's Hawkeye Pierce and Mike Farrell's B. J.
In Britain, J. G. Farrell's novels Troubles, The Siege of Krishnapur and The Singapore Grip, written during the 1970s, are important texts dealing with the collapse of the British Empire.
His other notable made-for-television film roles include: Lieutenant Dorfrichter in M. Fagyas's Austro-Hungarian pre-war mystery The Devil's Lieutenant ( 1983 ); Rakitin in Turgenev's A Month in the Country ( 1985 ) opposite Eleanor Bron ; Kyril in the spy thriller Codename: Kyril ( 1988 ) opposite Edward Woodward, Richard E. Grant, and Peter Vaughan ; and the protagonist Major Brendan Archer in the faithful screen adaptation of J. G. Farrell's Booker Award-winning Troubles ( 1988 ), opposite Ian Richardson.
* Andrew Lanza-who won the NY State Senate seat which was held for 50 years by Farrell's grandfather John J. Marchi
He has introduced new editions of Rudyard Kipling's Kim ( Modern Library ), E. M. Forster's A Passage to India ( Penguin Classics ), and J. G. Farrell's The Siege of Krishnapur ( NYRB Classics ).
" In J. G. Farrell's Booker Prize winner, The Siege of Krishnapur, the haunted Padre refers to a particularly dangerous crossing thus: " The Padre was looking more haggard and wild-eyed than ever.