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Affirmatively Baker worked on the premise that `` young men spontaneously prefer to be decent, and that opportunities for wholesome recreation are the best possible cure for irregularities in conduct which arise from idleness and the baser temptations ''.
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That fall he submitted to Professor Baker the first acts and outlines of the following acts of several plays, six of them, according to some of his associates, and he also worked on a play that he first called Niggertown, the material for which he had collected during the summer at home.
When Brubeck signed with Fantasy Records, he thought he had a half interest in the company and he worked as a sort of A & R man for it, encouraging the Weiss brothers to sign other contemporary jazz performers, including Gerry Mulligan, Chet Baker, and Red Norvo.
Until the arrival of Dr. Watson, Holmes worked alone, only occasionally employing agents from the city's underclass, including a host of informants and a group of street children he calls " the Baker Street Irregulars ".
In 1893, Rice made a new will, naming as executors James A. Baker Sr. ( a lawyer who often worked for Rice ), William M. Rice Jr. ( his nephew ), and John D. Bartine.
A formal reunion did not take place immediately, as Clapton, Bruce and Baker continued to pursue solo projects, although the latter two worked together again in the mid-1990s as two-thirds of a power trio BBM with Irish blues-rock guitarist Gary Moore.
His commissions were of a varied nature from private houses to two churches for the new Hampstead Garden Suburb in London to Julius Drewe's Castle Drogo near Drewsteignton in Devon and on to his contributions to India's new imperial capital, New Delhi, ( where he worked as chief architect with Herbert Baker and others ).
Additionally, when she first arrived in the county from the east-coast, Kate worked on the homestead she shared with her then-husband ( and later Concrete City Marshal ), Joe Glover, helping to " prove up " on their timber claim on the upper Baker River, near Bear Creek.
Sir Benjamin Baker KCB KCMG FRS FRSE ( 31 March 1840 – 19 May 1907 ) was an eminent English civil engineer who worked in mid to late Victorian era.
They sold the property to Vic Reeves, shortly after Baker had worked with him on Randall & Hopkirk ( Deceased ).
She initially worked as a waitress at a restaurant in Baker Street and there met Maureen O ’ Connor, a girl who worked at Murray ’ s Cabaret Club in Soho.
Noted remix and hip-hop icon Arthur Baker worked very closely with the duo as a consultant, and produced dance remixes of four of the album's singles.
Baker graduated from Princeton in 1914 and worked for J. P. Morgan Bank until he enlisted in the United States Army Air Service.
The book features photographs by the documentary photographer Richard Baker, with whom de Botton also worked on The Pleasures and Sorrows of Work.
Initially, Holden ran the drawing office and worked as the senior design architect under the three principal architects in France and Belgium ( Edwin Lutyens, Reginald Blomfield and Herbert Baker ).
Ward said in 2004 that her long friendship with Douglas Adams, with whom she worked on Doctor Who, meant more to her and was " more valuable and more enduring " than her marriage to Baker.
Patrick went to work for his father and worked on Meik's harbours at Burntisland and Bo ' ness on the river Forth in Scotland before being asked by Sir Benjamin Baker to be resident engineer ( 1882 – 1885 ) on the foundations and piers of the Forth Bridge ( designed by Baker and Sir John Fowler ).
Among the actors Antel worked with were Hans Moser, Paul Hörbiger, Oskar Werner, Curd Jürgens, Tony Curtis, Herbert Fux, Heinrich Schweiger, Arthur Kennedy, Carroll Baker, Edwige Fenech, George Hilton, Marisa Berenson, Britt Ekland, Andréa Ferréol.
Baker worked again with Charles Shaar Murray on the Ramones documentary End of the Century: The Story of the Ramones, providing an audio commentary.
Baker was a considered a possible vice-presidential contender in 1912, when he worked on Wilson's behalf at the Democratic National Convention in Baltimore.
Riff Raff was a UK progressive rock band formed by keyboardist Tommy Eyre in 1972. The band was a continuation on the back of drummers ( and Harrow School of Art friends ) Rod Coombes ( Juicy Lucy Strawbs and Stealers Wheel ) and Joe Czarnecki's ( Plainsmen ) aka Joe Peter's project originally called ' Crikey ' started in 1969 and completed in 1970 when Rod had to accept growing tour commitments with Juicy Lucy. These sessions comprise half of the Riff Raff album ' Outside Looking In ' in which Rod wrote half the songs. Rod says that " the concept of the band was based around two drummers and afro-jazz ( Rod and Joe were great fans of Ginger Baker and Miles Davis ) and fusion ( this album was one of the first true fusion albums to be recorded ). I had worked with Roger with singer Paul Williams ( Juicy Lucy ) and Tommy previously and clearly we all enjoyed doing what we do best-playing freely ".
Baker and on
In the American `` hardboiled '' detective story of the '20s and '30s, the spirit of the mad genius from Baker Street lives on.
So when textbooks, like that of Baker set out drawings of the ' Ptolemaic System ', complete with earth in the center and the seven heavenly bodies epicyclically arranged on their several deferents, we have nothing but a misleading 20th-century idea of what never existed historically.
Wood took the proposal to Chief of Staff Hugh L. Scott, who passed it on to Baker a month before the actual declaration of war against Germany.
Before the Draft Act was passed Baker had confidentially briefed governors, sheriffs, and prospective draft board members on the administration of the measure -- and the confidence was kept so well that only one newspaper learned what was going on.
The day passed without incident in spite of the warning of Senator James A. Reed of Missouri: `` Baker, you will have the streets of our American cities running with blood on registration day ''.
Azerbaijan has formal involvement with senior ex-U. S. government officials including James Baker and Henry Kissinger as they serve on the Honorary Council of Advisors of the U. S .- Azerbaijan Chamber of Commerce ( USACC ).
Originally used in Baker House to signify the Ivy League university tradition, on his return to Finland Aalto used it in a number of key buildings, in particular, in several of the buildings in the new Helsinki University of Technology campus ( starting in 1950 ), Säynatsalo Town Hall ( 1952 ), Helsinki Pensions Institute ( 1954 ), Helsinki House of Culture ( 1958 ), as well as in his own summer house, the so-called Experimental House in Muuratsalo ( 1957 ).
", when the duo appear on the " Gus Baker Show ," host Gus Baker, who is an obvious caricature of Rush Limbaugh, introduces them as " Beavis and Buffcoat.
In 1950, St. John Publications produced the digest-sized, adult-oriented " picture novel " It Rhymes with Lust, a 128-page digest by pseudonymous writer " Drake Waller " ( Arnold Drake and Leslie Waller ), penciler Matt Baker and inker Ray Osrin, touted as " an original full-length novel " on its cover.
From the moment Mark Twain published his 1907 attack on Christian Science, the Church, and Mary Baker Eddy, herself, Christian Science has been subject to significant criticism and public controversy.
* God's Perfect Child: Living and Dying in the Christian Science Church by Caroline Fraser ( 2000 ), a biography of Mary Baker Eddy and a history of the Christian Science church from its founding to the present day, with a detailed section on the " child cases " of the 1980s.
Soon enough, as Charles H. Baker, Jr. points out in his Gentlemen's Companion of 1934, the Cuba Libre " caught on everywhere throughout