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* Roderick Conway-Morris, " Casting light on a Baroque sculptor ", International Herald Tribune, March 20, 1999: Review of exhibition " Algardi: The Other Face of the Baroque ,", 1999
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Roderick and light
" In his book Indoctrination and Self-deception, Roderick Hindery tries to shed light on these tensions by contrasting them with impostors of authentic self-affirmation and altruism, by analysis of other-regard within creative individuation of the self, and by contrasting love for the few with love for the many.
Delaney was rewarded with a title shot against light heavyweight champion Berlanbach, in a 15-round fight, co-promoted by Roderick James " Jess " McMahon and Tex Rickard.
Roderick and on
Roderick Stackleberg places fascism — including Nazism, which he says is " a radical variant of fascism " — on the right, explaining that " the more a person deems absolute equality among all people to be a desirable condition, the further left he or she will be on the ideological spectrum.
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry for 2003 was awarded to two American scientists: Roderick MacKinnon for his studies on the physico-chemical properties of ion channel structure and function, including x-ray crystallographic structure studies, and Peter Agre for his similar work on aquaporins.
The sculpture was commissioned by Roderick MacKinnon based on the molecule's atomic coordinates that were determined by MacKinnon's group in 2001.
Roderick MacKinnon commissioned Birth of an Idea, a tall sculpture based on the KcsA potassium channel.
The actual term ' genomics ' is thought to have been coined by Dr. Tom Roderick, a geneticist at the Jackson Laboratory ( Bar Harbor, ME ) over beer at a meeting held in Maryland on the mapping of the human genome in 1986.
Icahn also attempted the grand prize of U. S. Steel, launching a hostile takeover for 89 % of the industrial giant for $ 7 billion ($ billion today ) in late 1986 and only being rebuffed finally by CEO David Roderick on January 8, 1987.
In 1832 Dr Thomas Lloyd, the Ludlow doctor and amateur geologist, met Roderick Murchison at Ludford Corner to study the rocks exposed along the River Teme and on Whitcliffe, advancing Murchison's theory for a Silurian System that he was to publish in 1839.
It was defined by Arthur Roderick Collar in 1947 as " the study of the mutual interaction that takes place within the triangle of the inertial, elastic, and aerodynamic forces acting on structural members exposed to an airstream, and the influence of this study on design.
Morpheus also appears briefly during Kevin Smith's run on Green Arrow in a flashback showing him in Alexander Burgess ' basement, still imprisoned in Roderick Burgess ' glass globe prison.
The author was happily inspired in his devices for amusing himself and thereby transmitted to modern times a text based on the ordinary experience of contemporary life ; the precursor of such novels as Gil Blas and The Adventures of Roderick Random.
Roderick McGrew briefly relates the neglect to which the infant heir was sometimes subject: “ On one occasion he fell out of his crib and slept the night away unnoticed on the floor .” Even after Elizabeth's death, relations with Catherine hardly improved.
The church's Advisory Council of Elders, acting on a clause in church by-laws added in 1981, was to select a successor after his death, yet Armstrong reportedly worried about the ramifications if certain individuals, such as his son Garner Ted or evangelist Roderick Meredith were selected.
Working on the basis that Leeds ' death was implausible given the Hobgoblin's strength, the 1997 three-issue miniseries Spider-Man: Hobgoblin Lives was commissioned in which Roderick Kingsley ( whom Stern had introduced in The Spectacular Spider-Man # 43 ) was revealed as the original Hobgoblin, ending the mystery after over ten years.
According to historian Roderick J. Barman, by 1840 " they had lost all faith in their ability to rule the country on their own.
On June 17, 1980, the Star Tribune announced it would cease publishing Harper's Magazine after the August 1980 issue ; however, on July 9, 1980, John R. MacArthur and his father, Roderick, obtained pledges from the directorial boards of the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the Atlantic Richfield Company, and CEO Robert Orville Anderson to amass the one-and-a-half million dollars needed to establish the Harper's Magazine Foundation that currently publishes the magazine.
The town's magistrate Roderick Haig-Brown purchased a fishing cabin on Campbell River and wrote a number of books on fly fishing that are influential and well-loved around the world for both sport fishermen and conservationists.
The 2003 Nobel Prize in Chemistry was awarded jointly to Peter Agre for the discovery of aquaporins, and Roderick MacKinnon for his work on the structure and mechanism of potassium channels.
The second title of the piece, The Scourge of Simony, is justified by a sub-plot dealing with the attempts of one Academico to obtain a living from an ignorant country patron, Sir Roderick, who, however, presents it, on the recommendation of his son Amoretto, who has been bribed, to a non-university man Immerito.
Roderick and sculptor
Roderick Hudson ( 1875 ) is a Künstlerroman that traces the development of the title character, an extremely talented sculptor.
It was unveiled on 12 May 2011 by the sculptor, Oliver Barratt and Roderick Rhys Jones ( Chairman of the British Antarctic Monument Trust ).
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< sup > δ </ sup > Though this term is non-standard usage – by " left ", agorists mean " left " in the general sense used by left-libertarians, as defined by Roderick T. Long, as "... an integration, or I'd argue, a reintegration of libertarianism with concerns that are traditionally thought of as being concerns of the left.
The two pages in question consisted of the short sketch " Roderick O ' Conor ", concerning the historic last king of Ireland cleaning up after guests by drinking the dregs of their dirty glasses.
" At various times the text refers to " Sir Roderick Murchison, Professor ( Richard ) Owen, Professor ( Thomas Henry ) Huxley, ( and ) Mr. Darwin ", and thus they become explicitly part of the story.
* Colin Roderick: " Leichhardt, the dauntless explorer ", North Ryde ( Sydney ): Angus & Robertson 1988, ISBN 0-207-15171-7
Roderick Thorp, who wrote the novel Nothing Lasts Forever, upon which the first Die Hard film was based, receives credit for creating " certain original characters ", although his name is misspelled onscreen as " Roderick Thorpe.
Probably originally known to the Norse as Bót, later during the Viking period the island was known as " Rothesay ", possibly referring to a personal name " Roth " or " Roderick " with the Old Norse suffix ey, meaning " island ".
Roderick sings " The Haunted Palace ", then tells the narrator that he believes the house he lives in to be sentient, and that this sentience arises from the arrangement of the masonry and vegetation surrounding it.
L. Sprague de Camp, in his Lovecraft: A Biography, wrote that " ccording to the late expert Thomas O. Mabbott, P. Lovecraft, in " Supernatural Horror ", solved a problem in the interpretation of Poe " by arguing that " Roderick Usher, his sister Madeline, and the house all shared one common soul ".
In another of Poe's short stories, " The Fall of the House of Usher ", Madeline Usher has catalepsy, and is buried alive by her unstable brother Roderick.
In " The Acme Bowl ", Fifi caused Roderick Rat to turn green and fumble the football after she laid out a wall of brownish yellow clouds in his way.
The river was originally known as the " McLeod River ", after the Hudson's Bay Company hunter and trapper Alexander Roderick McLeod who explored it during the winter of 1829-1830.
The Scottish writer Walter Scott, and the English writers Walter Savage Landor and Robert Southey, handled the legends associated with these events poetically: Scott in " The Vision of Don Roderick " in 1811 ; Landor in his tragedy Count Julian in 1812 ; and Southey in " Roderick the Last of the Goths ", in 1814.
These consist of " Legend of Don Roderick ", " Legend of the Subjugation of Spain ", and " Legend of Count Julian and His Family ".
In one television adaptation of the Jeeves novels by P. G. Wodehouse, Jeeves and Wooster, a similar insignia is used by the " Blackshorts ", a political group led by Roderick Spode, a character based on Sir Oswald Mosley, the founder of the British Union of Fascists.
Quartz was occasionally mined on Mount Greenland, a nearby ridge, but little more gold was found until two miners discovered a large 3. 1-kilogram nugget in 1909, which was later named the " Honourable Roddy Nugget ", after Roderick McKenzie, the Minister for Mines at the time.
Just off the coast of Fourecks are the islands known as the Land of Fog or the Foggy Islands, home of the morporks ( a reference to the English translation of New Zealand's Māori name " Aotearoa ", the Land of the Long White Cloud ) and Purdeigh's Island ( or Purdeighsland ), discovered by the explorer Sir Roderick Purdeigh, who somehow missed the continent itself, in much the same way the Dutch sailor Tasman managed to do with Australia, but did get to have an island named after him.
The Jeeves theatrical programme also lists song titles that weren't recorded: " Food Of Love " sung by Aunt Dahlia ( the role and song were cut in previews ); " Song Of Spode ", sung by the villainous Roderick Spode ; and " Literary Men " sung by Bertie, Jeeves & Gussie, the melody of which was later reused in Song and Dance-first as the finale " When You Want to Fall in Love " and later as a new song in the first act " Unexpected Song ".
In 1967 Roderick Nash published " Wilderness and the American Mind ", a work that has become a classic text of early environmental history.