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Alan wrote three very large theological textbooks, one being his first work, Summa Quoniam Homines.
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In addition to his battle against moral decay, Alan wrote a work against Islam, Judaism and Christian heretics dedicated to William VIII of Montpellier.
Alan Jay Lerner was educated at Bedales School in England, The Choate School ( now Choate Rosemary Hall ) in Wallingford, Connecticut, ( where he wrote " The Choate Marching Song ") and Harvard.
Alan Garner wrote a children's fantasy novel called The Weirdstone of Brisingamen about an enchanted teardrop bracelet.
According to scholar Alan Dundes, who wrote extensively on the topic, the custom originated among Romani Gypsies in Wales ( Welsh Kale Gypsies ) and England ( English Romanichal Gypsies ).
Following a 1 – 0 victory against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in February 2011, described by Alan Smith as " a quite brilliant display in terms of discipline and spirit " and a " defensive masterplan " by David Pleat, Henry Winter wrote, " it can only be a matter of time before he is confirmed as long-term manager ".
In 1996, physicist Alan Sokal wrote a nonsensical article entitled " Transgressing the Boundaries: Toward a Transformative Hermeneutics of Quantum Gravity ".
Howard Ashman, Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz had previous musical theatre experience and wrote songs for animated films during this time, supplanting Disney workhorses the Sherman Brothers.
In 1978, around the same time Roy Trubshaw wrote MUD, Alan E. Klietz wrote a game called Milieu using Multi-Pascal on a CDC Cyber 6600 series mainframe which was operated by the Minnesota Educational Computing Consortium.
Whilst still at university, Cook wrote for Kenneth Williams, for whom he created an entire West End comedy revue called One Over the Eight, before finding prominence in his own right in a four-man group satirical stage show, Beyond the Fringe, with Jonathan Miller, Alan Bennett and Dudley Moore.
He was quiet and self-effacing, remarkably polite and obliging — a product, biographer Alan Clayson wrote, of his Southern upbringing.
Astronauts Alan Shepard, who was the first American in space, and Deke Slayton later wrote of how the sight of Sputnik I passing overhead inspired them to their new careers.
Alan Greenspan wrote that the bank failures of the 1930s were sparked by Great Britain dropping the gold standard in 1931.
The American historians ' Williamson Murray and Alan Millet wrote about Raeder's thinking about Norway: "... since fall 1939, Admiral Raeder had advocated an aggressive policy toward Scandinavia to protect ore shipments and to establish naval bases in the area.
Alan S. Brown and Chris Logan wrote in The Psychology of The Simpsons that Grampa has the least amount of " power " in the Simpson family, and that he is treated as little more than a child and is often ignored.
Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote for him from 1964 to 1966 when he worked for the BBC and also for a one-off show for Thames, Frankie Howerd meets the Bee Gees, shown on 20 August 1968.
British gardening personality Alan Titchmarsh wrote in 2003: " Chatsworth's greatest strength is that its owners have refused to let the garden rest on its Victorian laurels.
* In 2007, David Greig wrote an adaptation of The Bacchae for the National Theatre of Scotland starring Alan Cumming as Dionysus, with ten soul-singing followers in place of the traditional Greek chorus.
In five of the mystery novels she wrote under the name of Tey, the hero is Scotland Yard Inspector Alan Grant.
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The company was badly hit by the economic contraction of the early 1980s as worldwide sales of Aston Martin shrank to three per week and chairman Alan Curtis together with fellow shareholders American Peter Sprague and Canadian George Minden came close to shutting down the production side of the business, to concentrate on service and restoration.
Charlton played in all three, though was substituted for Alan Ball in the final game of the group against Czechoslovakia.
She had three children, Louisa ( 1873 – 1943 ), Margaret ( 1874 – 1875 ), who died of meningitis, and Alan ( 1877 – 1952 ).
His most famous television roles are those of the colorful attorney Alan Shore in The Practice and its spin-off Boston Legal, for which he won three Emmy Awards, and Robert California in The Office.
Bennett's Coat of Arms was designed by Alan Beddoe " Argent within two bendlets Gules three maple leaves proper all between two demi-lions rampant couped gules.
On 21 December 2008, The FARC-EP announced that they would release civilian hostages Alan Jara, Sigifredo López, three low-ranking police officers and a low-ranking soldier to Senator Piedad Córdoba as a humanitarian gesture.
They scored another hit with songwriter, Alan O ' Day's " Rock and Roll Heaven ", a paean to several deceased rock singers: Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison, Otis Redding, Jim Croce and Bobby Darin are among the mentioned ( Croce and Darin died within three months of each other in late 1973, shortly before the song was released ).
Among PARC's distinguished researchers were three Turing Award winners: Butler W. Lampson ( 1992 ), Alan Kay ( 2003 ), and Charles P. Thacker ( 2009 ).
Alan Wace divided the nine tholos tombs of Mycenae into three groups of three each based on architecture.
When Prince Alexander died on 28 January 1284, leaving only the king's granddaughter Margaret living out of his descendants, Alexander III summoned all thirteen Earls of Scotland, twenty-four barons and the heads of the three main Gaelic kindreds of the West, Alexander of Argyll, Aonghas Mór of Islay and Alan MacRuari of Garmoran.
In 1992, the publication of Alan Dawson's book Relative hills of Britain, showed that three tops not already considered summits, had a prominence of more than.
Beiderbecke's music was featured in three British comedy drama television series, all written by Alan Plater: The Beiderbecke Affair ( 1984 ), The Beiderbecke Tapes ( 1987 ), and The Beiderbecke Connection ( 1988 ).
In May 1963, a group of prominent Canadian thinkers — including Alan Jarvis, director of the National Gallery of Canada ; novelists Hugh MacLennan and Gabrielle Roy ; J. Tuzo Wilson, geophysicist ; and Claude Robillard, town planner — met for three days at the Seigneury Club in Montebello, Quebec.
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Lyricist and book writer Alan Jay Lerner and composer Frederick Loewe had previously collaborated on three musicals ; the first, Life of the Party, closed during pre-Broadway tryouts, and the second and third, What's Up?
Alan Stevens, later of Magic Bullet Productions, produced three unofficial audio cassettes between 1991 and 1998: Travis: The Final Act, The Mark of Kane and The Logic of Empire.
Within three minutes, he chose Alan Ladd, Van Heflin and Jean Arthur, though Arthur was not the first choice to play Marian ; Katharine Hepburn was originally considered for the role.
* Alan Smithee was credited as the director and included in the title of three adult movies in the early 2000s.
Alan Zweibel, who co-created the Roseanne Roseannadanna character and co-wrote all of Roseanne's dialogue, recalled that Radner, one of three original SNL cast members who stayed away from cocaine, chastised him for using it.
Three months later, three of the six and eighteen others became the guild's first officers and board of directors: Ralph Morgan ( its first president ), Alden Gay, Kenneth Thomson, Alan Mowbray ( who personally funded the organization when it was first founded ), Leon Ames, Tyler Brooke, Clay Clement, James Gleason, Lucile Webster Gleason, Boris Karloff ( reportedly influenced by long hours suffered during the filming of Frankenstein ), Claude King, Noel Madison, Reginald Mason, Bradley Page, Willard Robertson, Ivan Simpson, C. Aubrey Smith, Charles Starrett, Richard Tucker, Arthur Vinton, Morgan Wallace and Lyle Talbot.
Alan Graham MacDiarmid ONZ ( April 14, 1927 – February 7, 2007 ) was a chemist, and one of three recipients of the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 2000.
This was to be the last appearance by the band to feature bassist and founder member Alan Lancaster, and drummer Pete Kircher who had joined the band three years earlier.
At least three episodes were filmed without a live studio audience: " The Bad Old Days ," which featured an extended flashback sequence that relied on optical effects that would have been impractical to shoot with a live audience in the studio ; " The Alan Brady Show Presents ," which required elaborate set and costume changes ; and " Happy Birthday and Too Many More ," which was filmed on November 26, 1963, only four days after President Kennedy's assassination.