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1966 ); Crapsey, Adelaide: " Pierrot " ( c. 1914 ); Faulkner, William: Vision in Spring ( 1921 ); Ficke, Arthur Davison: " A Watteau Melody " ( 1913 ); Garrison, Theodosia: " Good-Bye, Pierrette " ( 1906 ), " When Pierrot Passes " ( before 1917 ); Griffith, William: Loves and Losses of Pierrot ( 1916 ), Three Poems: Pierrot, the Conjurer, Pierrot Dispossesed, The Stricken Pierrot ( 1923 ); Hughes, Langston: " A Black Pierrot " ( 1923 ), " Pierrot " ( 1926 ), " For Dead Mimes " ( 1926 ), " Heart " ( 1932 )— see " Goldweber " under External links below ; Loveman, Samuel: " In Pierrot's Garden " ( 1911 ; five poems ); Lowell, Amy: " Stravinsky's Three Pieces " ( 1915 ); Masters, Edgar Lee: " Poor Pierrot " ( 1918 ); Moore, Marianne: " To Pierrot Returning to His Orchid " ( c. 1910 ); Shelley, Melvin Geer: " Pierrot " ( 1940 ); Stevens, Wallace: " Pierrot " ( 1909, first pub.
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Both the first method for cladistic analysis and the school of taxonomy originated in the work of the German entomologist Willi Hennig, who referred to it as " phylogenetic systematics " ( also the title of his 1966 book ); the use of the terms cladistics and clade was popularized by other researchers.
His command positions included: commanding officer of a platoon and two rifle companies during two tours of duty in Vietnam ; commanding officer of Special Training Branch and Recruit Series at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, California ( 1966 – 1968 ); commanding officer of Counter-Guerilla Warfare School, Northern Training Area on Okinawa ( 1970 ), Company officer at the United States Naval Academy ( 1970 – 1973 ); commanding officer of the Marine Barracks at Naval Air Station North Island, California ( 1973 – 1976 ), and commanding officer, 3rd Battalion 3rd Marines ( 1983 – 1985 ).
* John Joseph Ford ( 1907 – 1982 ), American jurist who served on Los Angeles County Courts ( 1943 – 59 ) and California Second District Court of Appeal ( 1959 – 77 ); elevated to Presiding Justice in 1966
In 1917, Albert Einstein established the theoretical foundations for the laser and the maser in the paper Zur Quantentheorie der Strahlung ( On the Quantum Theory of Radiation ); via a re-derivation of Max Planck ’ s law of radiation, conceptually based upon probability coefficients ( Einstein coefficients ) for the absorption, spontaneous emission, and stimulated emission of electromagnetic radiation ; in 1928, Rudolf W. Ladenburg confirmed the existences of the phenomena of stimulated emission and negative absorption ; in 1939, Valentin A. Fabrikant predicted the use of stimulated emission to amplify “ short ” waves ; in 1947, Willis E. Lamb and R. C. Retherford found apparent stimulated emission in hydrogen spectra and effected the first demonstration of stimulated emission ; in 1950, Alfred Kastler ( Nobel Prize for Physics 1966 ) proposed the method of optical pumping, experimentally confirmed, two years later, by Brossel, Kastler, and Winter.
Cohen ( 1955 ): working class teenagers joined gangs due to frustration of inability to achieve status and goals of the middle class ; Cloward and Ohlin ( 1960 ): blocked opportunity, but unequal distribution of opportunities lead to creating different types of gangs ( that is, some focused on robbery and property theft, some on fighting and conflict and some were retreatists focusing on drug taking ); Spergel ( 1966 ) was one of the first criminologists to focus on evidence-based practice rather than intuition into gang life and culture.
* Leo Strauss ' Seminar Transcripts on Xenophon ( 1962, 1966 ); and an audio recording of the entire course on Xenophon's Oeconomicus ( 1969 ) are available for reading, listening or download.
Williams kept pocket-sized diaries for 1942 and 1947 ( he kept no diaries for 1943 to 1946 as he was touring the Far East in the army ); a desk diary for 1948 ; pocket-sized diaries for 1949 and 1950 ; desk diaries for 1951 to 1965 ; standard edition desk diaries for 1966 to 1971, and finally A4-sized executive desk diaries for 1972 to 1988.
Hauer married his second wife, Ineke, in 1985 ( they had been together since 1968 ); and he has one child, actress Aysha Hauer, who was born in 1966 and who made him a grandfather in 1987.
Antonioni received numerous awards and nominations throughout his career, including the Cannes Film Festival Jury Prize ( 1960, 1962 ), Palme d ' Or ( 1966 ), and 35th Anniversary Prize ( 1982 ); the Venice Film Festival Silver Lion ( 1955 ), Golden Lion ( 1964 ), FIPRESCI Prize ( 1964, 1995 ), and Pietro Bianchi Award ( 1998 ); the Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists Silver Ribbon eight times ; and an honorary Academy Award in 1995.
* American ( U. S. A .)— Hopper, Edward: Two Comedians ( 1966 ); Longo, Robert: Pressure ( 1982 / 83 ); Nauman, Bruce: No No New Museum ( 1987 ; videotape ); Serrano, Andres: A History of Sex ( Head ) ( 1996 ).
1966 and Adelaide
His tournament victories include Hastings Challengers 1966, Slater Challenge Southend 1968, Johannesburg 1973, Woolacombe 1973, Capablanca Memorial ( Master Group ) 1974, Alicante 1977, Sydney 1979, Dortmund 1980, Barcelona 1980, Lloyds Bank Masters 1981, Adelaide 1983 and La Valletta 1985.
A 1966 production, starring Jan Murray as Nathan Detroit, Vivian Blaine reprising her role as Adelaide, Hugh O ' Brian as Sky, and Barbara Meister as Sarah, ran for 23 performances, from June 8 to June 26, 1966.
The Chappell brothers played grade cricket for Glenelg and they batted together for the first time in a semi final against Port Adelaide in early 1966.
In 1966, Biggs took a BOAC flight to Sydney, where he lived for several months before moving to the seaside suburb of Glenelg in Adelaide, South Australia.
In Adelaide, in 1925, the company Myer SA Stores Ltd acquired a controlling interest in Marshall's department store and its shares continued to be listed on the Adelaide Stock Exchange until Myer Emporium Ltd made a successful takeover bid in 1966.
He went on to graduate in law from the University of Adelaide in 1966 and was awarded a Rhodes Scholarship in 1967, completing his studies in law at Magdalen College, Oxford in 1969.
The rights were also bought by Harold Lightburn of Camden, Adelaide, Australia who fitted a new glass-fibre estate body and sold the car as the Zeta between 1963 and 1966.
Adelaide has had significant population growth since the industrial expansion following World War II, with the population having more than doubled from 312, 619 in 1933 to 727, 916 in 1966.
Jane Nartare Beaumont ( aged 9 ), Arnna Kathleen Beaumont ( aged 7 ), and Grant Ellis Beaumont ( aged 4 ) were three siblings collectively known as The Beaumont Children who disappeared from Glenelg Beach near Adelaide, South Australia on Australia Day ( 26 January ) 1966.
Andrew Thomas Jones ( born 26 May 1944 ) became one of the youngest ever Australian federal Members of Parliament when he was elected to the Division of Adelaide on 26 November 1966 ,< ref >
In 1966, he was invited to Australia to aid in an investigation relating to the disappearance of the three Beaumont children, who had disappeared without trace from a beach in Adelaide, South Australia.
Places named after Sir Robert include the Canberra suburb of Torrens, Australian Capital Territory gazetted in 1966, the Electoral district of Torrens, the Adelaide suburbs of Torrensville and Torrens Park ( and Torrens Park railway station ).
In 1966, Sturt gained revenge on Port Adelaide, doubling its score ( 16. 16 to 8. 8 ) winning its first premiership in 26 years and entering a period of dominance that saw them win seven premierships in eleven years, including five in a row between 1966 and 1970.
He served as a lecturer in Legal History at the University of Adelaide from 1957-1958, and then as a lecturer in Roman Law from 1959 until 1966.
From the time he returned in 1962 until 1968 Port Adelaide appeared in every SANFL Grand Final, unfortunately losing the last 3 in a row ( 1966 – 68 ) to the Jack Oatey coached Sturt who would go on to win 5 in a row ( adding 1969 and 1970 ) equalling the 5 in a row won by Williams and Port from 1954-58.
In 1966 they became Adelaide Juventus and in 1977 Adelaide City, when Frank Lister captained the team in the inaugural Phillips NSL competition.
1966 and Pierrot
* British — Ali Campbell: " Nothing Ever Changes ( Pierrot )", from Flying High ( 2009 ); David Bowie: Pierrot in Turquoise ( 1993 ; includes following songs from the film of the same title: " Threepenny Pierrot ", " Columbine ", " The Mirror ", " When I Live My Dream & 2 "); Michael Moorcock and the Deep Fix: " Birthplace of Harlequin ", " Columbine Confused ", " Pierrot's Song of Positive Thinking ", and " Pierrot in the Roof Garden ", from The Entropy Tango and Gloriana Demo Sessions ( 2008 ); Petula Clark: " Pierrot pendu " (" Hanged Pierrot "), from Hello Mister Brown ( 1966 ); Placebo: " Pierrot the Clown ", from Meds ( 2006 ); Rick Wakeman: " The Dancing Pierrot ", from The Art in Music Trilogy ( 1999 ); Soft Machine: " Thank You Pierrot Lunaire ", from Volume Two ( 1969 ).
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Cream ( band ) | Cream, one of the psychedelic influenced bands of the British blues movement, c. 1966
* Formerly, there was the Saint John Fisher Roman Catholic Junior High School in Hull, East Yorkshire, that operated between c. 1966 – c. 1988, when the school system in the city was restructured.
Denny Laine quit in late 1966, and a final ' Mark One ' Moodies single, Pinder-Laine's " Life's Not Life ", was scheduled for release in January 1967 ( Decca F 12543 ) c / w " He Can Win ".
International Artists put out a Live LP c. August 1968, which was old demo tapes and outtakes dating back to 1966 for the most part, with some phony applause added.
File: Lincoln Continental Convertible. jpg | Lincoln Continental c. 1966, 4-door with integral automatically operating, self-storing tonneau
Gates was born in Bremerton, Washington, to William Henry Gates I or Sr. ( Bremerton, Washington, March 14, 1891 – Bremerton, Washington, August 17, 1969 ), and wife ( married c. 1913 ) Lillian Elizabeth Rice ( Bremerton, Washington, 1891 – Bremerton, Washington, November 27, 1966 ).
* 1966: Mana is climbed on September 19 by a new route, the NW ridge from Purbi Kamet glacier which had rebuffed Smythe in 1937, by Pranesh Chakraborty, Pasang Phutar, Tshering Lhakpa, Pasang Tshering from Camp 5 ( c. 22500 ').
Scott Jennings ( born c. 1966 ), also known as Lum the Mad, is an American commentator on MMORPG games.
Jennings was born c. 1966, and began gaming at the age of 10, when he began playing Dungeons & Dragons.
Histories covering Indigenous themes include Watkin Tench ( Narrative of the Expedition to Botany Bay et Complete Account of the Settlement at Port Jackson ); Roderick J. Flanagan ( The Aborigines of Australia, 1888 ); The Native Tribes of Central Australia by Spencer and Gillen, 1899 ; the diaries of Donald Thompson on the subject of the Yolngu people of Arnhem Land ( c. 1935-1943 ); Alan Moorehead ( The fatal Impact, 1966 ); Geoffrey Blainey ( Triumph of the Nomads, 1975 ); Henry Reynolds ( The Other Side of the Frontier, 1981 ); and Marcia Langton ( First Australians, 2008 ).
Jamal ( born c. 1966 ) lived with his wife Amal and their seven children in the UNRWA-run Bureij refugee camp in the Gaza Strip.
Jack Keever ( c. 1938-July 18, 2004 ) was an American journalist and author, best known his coverage of Charles Whitman's 1966 shooting spree.