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* Histalt. com is author Richard J.
Though not well known among philosophers, his philosophical work was taken up by Owen Barfield ( and through him influenced the Inklings, an Oxford group of Christian writers that included J. R. R. Tolkien and C. S. Lewis ) and Richard Tarnas.
Gabriele and Teresa had nine children: Alphonse " Scarface Al " Capone, James Capone ( also known as Richard Two-Gun Hart ), Raffaele Capone ( also known as Ralph " Bottles " Capone, who took charge of his brother's beverage industry ), Salvatore " Frank " Capone, John Capone, Albert Capone, Matthew Capone, Rose Capone, and Mafalda Capone ( who married John J. Maritote ).
* Autobiography, Poor Richard, & Later Writings ( J. A.
* The Bell Curve, a 1994 book by Richard J. Herrnstein and Charles Murray
* Talbert Richard J.
* Albers, Donald J .; Richard D. Anderson and Don O. Loftsgaarden, ed.
* Richard J. Aldrich, GCHQ: The Uncensored Story of Britain's Most Secret Intelligence Agency, HarperCollins July 2010.
* Richard J. Novic, Alice in genderland: a crossdresser comes of age, iUniverse, 2005, ISBN 0-595-31562-3
This has been put forward by J. Richard Gott III, James E. Gunn, David N. Schramm, and Beatrice Tinsley, who said that asking what occurred before the Big Bang is like asking what is north of the North Pole.
Mayor Richard J. Daley, a Democrat, was elected in 1955, in the era of machine politics.
In 1966, James Bevel, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Albert Raby led the Chicago Open Housing Movement, which culminated in agreements between Mayor Richard J. Daley and the movement leaders.
Major construction projects, including the Sears Tower ( now known as the Willis Tower, which in 1974 became the world's tallest building ), University of Illinois at Chicago, McCormick Place, and O ' Hare International Airport, were undertaken during Richard J. Daley's tenure.
Richard M. Daley, son of Richard J. Daley, was elected in 1989.
Classical liberals generally opposed colonialism ( as opposed to colonization ) and imperialism, including Adam Smith, Frédéric Bastiat, Richard Cobden, John Bright, Henry Richard, Herbert Spencer, H. R. Fox Bourne, Edward Morel, Josephine Butler, W. J.
Since the 1990s the term has been used ( interchangeably with " the Copernicus method ") for J. Richard Gott's Bayesian-inference-based prediction of duration of ongoing events, a generalized version of the Doomsday argument.
Professor Richard J. Ofshe, a leading expert on false memories, suggests that the feeling of well-being reported by preclears at the end of an auditing session may be induced by post-hypnotic suggestion.
In literature and journalism, Dartmouth has produced nine Pulitzer Prize winners: Thomas M. Burton, Richard Eberhart, Robert Frost, Paul Gigot, Jake Hooker, Nigel Jaquiss, Martin J. Sherwin, David K. Shipler, and Joseph Rago.
* Aldrich, Richard J .; GCHQ: The Uncensored Story of Britain's Most Secret Intelligence Agency, HarperCollins, July 2010.
* Bernstein, Richard J.
* Evans, Richard J, The Third Reich in Power: 1933 – 1939, The Penguin Press HC, 2005
J. Philippe Rushton has argued that the effect should be called the " Lynn-Flynn effect ", after Richard Lynn, " because it was actually the Lynn ( 1982 ) article in Nature that first identified the trend in recent times ( amongst the Japanese ).

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As notable examples of this abuse, he quotes passages from the Examiner, `` that Destroyer of all things '', and The Character of Richard Steele, which he here attributes to Swift.
The countrywide success of `` Lazybones '' and `` And The Angels Sing '' could only lead to Hollywood, where, besides Harold Arlen, Mercer collaborated with Harry Warren, Jimmy Van Heusen, Richard Whiting, Walter Donaldson, Jerome Kern, and Arthur Schwartz.
Richard Peters, Secretary of the Board of War, thought Morgan was so extreme on the subject that he accused him of trying to pick a quarrel.
Under Fosdick the first executive officer of the CTCA was Richard Byrd, whose name in later years was to become synonymous with activities at the polar antipodes.
The hounds of hell search out their quarry in Apollo's sanctuary as they do in the tent of Richard 3.
Adrian Quiney wrote to his son Richard on October 29 and again perhaps the next day, since the bearer of the letter, the bailiff, was expected to reach London on November 1.
This seems to refer, not to the loan Richard had asked for, but to a proposed bargain with Shakespeare.
Richard Quiney the younger, a schoolboy of eleven, wrote a letter in Latin asking his father to buy copybooks ( `` chartaceos libellos ) '' ) for him and his brother.
The fourth name was ( John ) Milton of Christ's College, followed by ( Richard ) Manningham of Peterhouse, who matriculated 16 October 1624.
The fourteenth name was ( Richard ) Buckenham, written Buckman, admitted to Christ's College under Scott 2 July 1625.
Mr. Richard Preston, executive director of the New Hampshire State Planning and Development Commission, in his remarks to the Governors Conference on Industrial Development at Providence on October 8, 1960, warned against the fallacy of attempting to attract industry solely to reduce the tax rate or to underwrite municipal services such as schools when he said: `` If this is the fundamental reason for a community's interest or if this is the basic approach, success if any will be difficult to obtain ''.
His proposal is opposed to that of Richard Nixon, Governor Rockefeller, past chairmen Strauss and McCone of the Atomic Energy Commission, Dr. Edward Teller and those others now enjoying their hour of triumph in the exacerbation of the cold war.
A British writer, Richard Haestier, in a book, Dead Men Tell Tales, recalls that in the turmoil preceding the French Revolution the body of Henry 4,, who had died nearly 180 years earlier, was torn to pieces by a mob.
The maneuvers were held `` in secret '' after a regional seminar for the Minutemen, held in nearby Shiloh, Ill., had been broken up the previous day by deputy sheriffs, who had arrested regional leader Richard Lauchli of Collinsville, Ill., and seized four operative weapons, including a Browning machine gun, two Browning automatic rifles and an M-4 rifle.
many of us in public relations were flattered that Richard L. Tobin chose to devote his editorial in the March 11 Communications Supplement to the merger of the Public Relations Society of America and the American Public Relations Association.
Richard Preston, executive director of the New Hampshire State Planning and Development Commission, and Edwin C. Kepler of General Electric Company.
Richard S. Allen is the authority for the statement that the northern section was probably roofed by 1810.
Richard Brinsley Sheridan said, `` I think the interpreter is the hardest to be understood of the two ''.
Ten-year-old Richard Stewart had been irritable and quarrelsome for almost a year.
Richard Stewart is no special case.
Former Vice-President Richard M. Nixon in Detroit called for a firmer and tougher policy toward the Soviet Union.
-- James P. Mitchell and Sen. Walter H. Jones R-Bergen, last night disagreed on the value of using as a campaign issue a remark by Richard J. Hughes, Democratic gubernatorial candidate, that the GOP is `` Campaigning on the carcass of Eisenhower Republicanism ''.
`` I think that all Americans will resent deeply the statements made about President Eisenhower by Richard J. Hughes.
-- Richard J. Hughes made his Morris County debut in his bid for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination here last night with a pledge `` to carry the issues to every corner of the state ''.
City Finance Director Richard J. McConnell indorsed the higher fees, which, he said, had been under study for more than a year.

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