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Anderson operated three Havana automobile service stations and was commander of the Havana American Legion post before it disbanded since the start of Fidel Castro's regime.
The commander of Fort Sumter, South Carolina, Major Robert Anderson sent a request for provisions to Washington, and the execution of Lincoln's order to meet that request was seen by the secessionists as an act of war.
It was the mutual bond and obligation between monarch and subjects, whereby subjects are called his liege subjects, because they are bound to obey and serve him ; and he is called their liege lord, because he should maintain and defend them ( Ex parte Anderson ( 1861 ) 3 El & El 487 ; 121 ER 525 ; China Navigation Co v Attorney-General ( 1932 ) 48 TLR 375 ; Attorney-General v Nissan 1 All ER 629 ; Oppenheimer v Cattermole 3 All ER 1106 ).
In 1858 he was transferred to Fort Moultrie in Charleston harbor, but by the start of the Civil War, he was a captain and second in command in the garrison at Fort Sumter, under Maj. Robert Anderson.
The works of Anderson amount to six thin quarto volumes, and as the last of them was published in 1619, it is probable that the author died soon after that year, but the precise date is unknown.
Carnegie's education and passion for reading was given a great boost by Colonel James Anderson, who opened his personal library of 400 volumes to working boys each Saturday night.
The screenplay was by Maxwell Anderson, George Abbott, Del Andrews, C. Gardner Sullivan, with uncredited work by Walter Anthony and Milestone.
It was not presented in the United States until 1970, when a short-lived April production at the Phyllis Anderson Theatre off Broadway starred Barbara Harris as Jenny and Estelle Parsons as Begbick.
On April 22, 1971, syndicated columnist Jack Anderson reported allegations that Capp made indecent advances to four female students when he was invited to speak at the University of Alabama in February 1968.
Anderson and his associate Brit Hume confirmed that Capp was shown out of town by university police, but that the incident had been hushed up by the university to avoid negative publicity.
The little hamlet of Anderson was named for Mr. John Anderson who was a Director in the South Western Railroad at the time it was extended from Oglethorpe to Americus in 1853.
It was known as Anderson Station until the post office was established in November 1855 and the government changed the name of the station from “ Anderson ” to “ Andersonville ” in order to avoid confusion with the post office in Anderson, South Carolina.
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In his 16-year career in the NFL, Anderson made four trips to the Pro Bowl, won four passing titles, was named NFL MVP in 1981, and set the record for completion percentage in a single season in 1982 ( 70. 66 %).
It was not until 1997, however, that a direct experiment, by S. Lamoreaux, described above, quantitatively measured the force ( to within 15 % of the value predicted by the theory ), although previous work van Blockland and Overbeek ( 1978 ) had observed the force qualitatively, and indirect validation of the predicted Casimir energy had been made by measuring the thickness of liquid Helium films by Sabisky and Anderson in 1972.
Taking as an example some comments made by Alistair Cooke in 1935, where Cooke claimed to be without politics as a critic, Anderson responded:
These films, influenced by one of Anderson ' heroes, the French filmmaker Jean Vigo, and made in the tradition of the British documentaries of Humphrey Jennings, foreshadowed much of the social realism of British cinema that emerged in the next decade, with Reisz's Saturday Night and Sunday Morning ( 1960 ), Richardson's The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner ( 1962 ) and Anderson's own This Sporting Life ( 1963 ), produced by Reisz.
Lynn Anderson made famous a song full of proverbs, I never promised you rose garden ( written by Joe South ).
Although he earned his baccalaureate degree with honors, Anderson made no serious attempt to work as a physicist.
In 1989, Anderson made a substantial financial donation to found the Polar Music Prize from money he made when he sold the multi-million dollar record company Polar Records.
Gerry Anderson made science fiction series for ITV using the puppet based ' Supermarionation ' technique including Fireball XL5 ( 1962 – 63 ), Thunderbirds ( 1965 – 66 ), Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons ( 1967 & 68 ), and Stingray ( 1964 – 65 ) which all retain a following.
But Denver's defense made a great stand in the opening minutes of the second quarter, tackling Anderson for no gain on third down and 1, and then stopping him for a 2-yard loss on a fourth down conversion attempt.
Anderson postponed his decision to run, lost his campaign manager, and struggled to raise money, but in late April 1979 he made the decision to enter the Republican primary anyway, joining a crowded field that included Robert Dole, John Connally, Howard Baker, George H. W. Bush and Ronald Reagan.
After all of the other candidates took the stage and invoked their personal histories as patriots, hunters, and members of the NRA, Anderson stood before them and made a modest statement about licensing gun owners.
The DC SQUID was invented in 1964 by Robert Jaklevic, John J. Lambe, James Mercereau, and Arnold Silver of Ford Research Labs after Brian David Josephson postulated the Josephson effect in 1962, and the first Josephson junction was made by John Rowell and Philip Anderson at Bell Labs in 1963.
Anderson made the claims in his widely circulated Constitutions while many of Wren's friends were still alive, but he made many highly creative claims as to the history or legends of Freemasonry.
She also shared a starring role in the CBS made for TV movie Country Gold, with Loni Anderson and Earl Holliman.
Wired survived the dot-com bubble and found a new direction under editor-in-chief Chris Anderson, who took on the job in June 2001 and has made the magazine's coverage " more mainstream.
The 1996 offseason was again marked by vast changes: Anderson declined to re-sign, Johnson was shipped to the Knicks for power forward Anthony Mason, and the team made a trade on draft day 1996.
In 1930 Anderson made her European debut in a concert at Wigmore Hall in London where she was received enthusiastically.
In 1935, Anderson made her first recital appearance in New York at Town Hall which received highly favorable reviews by music critics.
Former presenter Clive Anderson, as well as several panelists, such as Rory Bremner, Sandi Toksvig and Greg Proops have all made appearances on Mock the Week.
Terrence Howard made his Broadway debut as Brick, alongside stage veterans James Earl Jones ( Big Daddy ), Phylicia Rashad ( Big Mama ), Anika Noni Rose ( Maggie ) and Lisa Arrindell Anderson ( Mae ).
The big-screen adaptation of the play was made in 1958 by MGM, and starred Elizabeth Taylor, Paul Newman, Judith Anderson, and Jack Carson, with Burl Ives and Madeleine Sherwood reprising their stage roles.
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A list of past honorary degree recipients, include: Beverly Sills ( 1975 ), Roy Lichtenstein ( 1977 ), Twyla Tharp ( 1978 ), Gordon Davidson ( 1980 ) Haskell Wexler ( 1981 ) Mischa Schneider ( 1981 ), Bella Lewitzky ( 1981 ), Henry Mancini ( 1983 ), Jan de Gaetani ( 1983 ), Ravi Shankar ( 1985 ), John Cage ( 1986 ), Frank O. Gehry ( 1987 ), Trisha Brown ( 1988 ), Donn B. Tatum ( 1989 ), Luis Valdez ( 1989 ), Paul Taylor ( 1989 ), Ornette Coleman ( 1990 ), Beatrice Manley ( 1990 ), Lulu May Von Hagen ( 1990 ), Ustad Ali Akbar Khan ( 1991 ), Pearl Primus ( 1991 ), Adrian Piper ( 1992 ), Ray Bradbury ( 1992 ), Yvonne Rainer ( 1993 ), Steven Bochco ( 1993 ), Stan Brakhage ( 1994 ), Vija Celmins ( 1994 ), Betye Saar ( 1995 ), Carolyn Forche ( 1995 ), Laurie Anderson ( 1996 ), Elvin Jones ( 1996 ), Chantal Akerman ( 1997 ), Lee Breuer ( 1998 ), Ed Ruscha ( 1999 ), Bill Viola ( 2000 ), Steve Reich ( 2000 ), Ry Cooder ( 2001 ), Faith Hubley ( 2001 ), Bruce Nauman ( 2001 ), Alice Coltrane ( 2002 ), Roy E. Disney ( 2003 ), Anna Halprin ( 2003 ), Carolee Schneemann ( 2003 ), Christian Wolff ( 2004 ), Daniel Nagrin ( 2004 ), James Newton ( 2005 ), Harrison “ Buzz ” Price ( 2005 ), Julius Shulman ( 2005 ), Rudy VanderLans ( 2006 ), Rudy Perez ( 2006 ), Alonzo King ( 2007 ), Harry Belafonte ( 2008 ), Herbert Blau ( 2008 ), Terry Riley ( 2008 ), Elizabeth LeCompte ( 2009 ), Morton Subotnick ( 2009 ), William M. Lowman ( 2010 ), Trimpin ( 2010 ), Annette Bening ( 2011 ), Donald McKayle ( 2011 ), and Peter Sellars ( 2012 ).
The Sarajevo Film Festival has been hosted at the National Theater, with screenings at the Open-air theater Metalac and the Bosnian Cultural Center, all located in downtown Sarajevo and has been attended by celebrities such as Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, Orlando Bloom, Daniel Craig, John Malkovich, Morgan Freeman, Steve Buscemi, Jeremy Irons, Bono Vox ( Bono holds dual Bosnian and Irish citizenship and is an honorary citizen of Sarajevo ), Nick Cave, Coolio, Stephen Frears, Michael Moore, Gérard Depardieu, Darren Aronofsky, Sophie Okonedo, Gillian Anderson, Kevin Spacey, Eric Cantona, Victoria Abril, James Floyd and many others.
From 1928 to 1929 he was the president of the Learned Estonian Society ( Gelehrte Estnische Gesellschaft ), Estonia's oldest scholarly organization, and in 1930 he, like his father Nikolai Anderson before him, was made an honorary member of the society.
He holds 30 honorary degrees including those from schools in his home state such as Indiana University, the University of Notre Dame, Ball State University, Valparaiso University, and Anderson University.
* Dr. James Anderson ( honorary doctorate in law, 1780, Aberdeen ), in History of Economic Thought, Scottish Enlightenment, Center for Economic Policy Analysis ( CEPA ), New School University
Anderson has received honorary doctorates from The Catholic University of America, The Pontifical Theology Academy of Kraków and St. Vincent ’ s Seminary, Latrobe, Pa.