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At Lee Simonson's house, I had dined with Edith Hamilton, the nonogenarian rationalist and the charming scholar who had a great popular success with The Greek Way.
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* 1862 – American Civil War: At the Battle of Fredericksburg, Confederate General Robert E. Lee defeats the Union Major General Ambrose E. Burnside.
At the time, Russell described his character as " a mercenary, and his style of fighting is a combination of Bruce Lee, The Exterminator, and Darth Vader, with Eastwood's vocal-ness.
He also appeared alongside Kevin Bacon, John Malkovich, and Jamie Lee Curtis in Steve Rash's Queens Logic, and opposite Tom Berenger and Kathy Bates in Hector Babenco's film At Play in the Fields of the Lord, adapted from Peter Matthiessen's 1965 novel.
At 08: 52, Peter Hanson called his father, Lee Hanson, in Easton, Connecticut, telling him of the hijacking.
At the opening of Yeosu Expo 2012, Kook Jin Moon, a son of Moon responsible for economic development of the movement, sat in front of the South Korean President Lee Myung-bak among the VIP group.
At the age of 18, Lee returned to the United States with $ 100 in his pocket and the titles of 1957 High School Boxing Champion and 1958 Crown colony Cha Cha Champion of Hong Kong.
At Yale, Gibbs was also the mentor of Lee De Forest, who went on to invent to the triode amplifier and has been called the " father of radio.
At the time, Lee was under a threat of being tried as a deserter from the British Army, because he hadn't resigned his British commission as Lieutenant-Colonel until several days after he accepted an American commission.
At this time, they were playing extended numbers such as " Revelation " ( originally titled " John Lee Hooker ") and getting the attention of such contemporaries as the Rolling Stones and the Yardbirds.
On 15 March 2012, Eye received a response from Air Force Deputy General Counsel W. Kipling At Lee Jr ..
At the 2004 Queensland election, One Nation polled less than 5 % of the vote and its sole elected representative, Rosa Lee Long, acted as an independent.
At the extreme northwestern edge adjacent to Skiffe's Creek and the border with James City County is the Lee Hall community, which retains historical features including the former Chesapeake and Ohio Railway station which served tens of thousands of soldiers based at what became nearby Fort Eustis during World War I and World War II.
At first, Lee Konitz and Warne Marsh influenced his alto saxophone playing style, and later John Coltrane shaped Young's use of the sopranino saxophone.
At the same time, Raitt received a fourth Grammy Award for her duet " In the Mood " with John Lee Hooker on his album The Healer.
At the show, Plant told the audience of his great admiration for Arthur Lee dating back to the mid-Sixties.
At least a half-dozen shipbuilders were in operation and turned out a multitude of steamboats and packet boats, including the Robert E. Lee, Eliza Battle, the Eclipse, and the A. A. Shotwell.
At the Battle of Monmouth, an American Revolutionary War battle fought on June 28, 1778 in Monmouth County, American General Charles Lee led the advance and initiated the first attack on the column's rear.
At the start of 2008, he provided a cover for an issue of Exterminators, before taking over from Lee Bermejo as on-going () cover artist on, again, Hellblazer.
At the end of 1936, the George F. Lee Coal Co. still worked both the Chauncey mine and breaker, producing 38, 712 tons of coal, but by 1940, the company was bankrupt and in receivership.
At and house
At this point Mrs. Frances Cupply, one of Wright's handsome daughters by his first wife, came from the house and tried to calm Miriam as she tore down a no visitors sign and smashed the glass pane on another sign with a rock.
Those elegant `` At Home '' cards she sent out, now she could wear her pretty clothes again, and had the house all trimmed up, hadn't brought many callers in two whole months.
At regular intervals, the housemates each privately nominate a number of fellow housemates that they wish to see evicted from the house.
At the end of the game, the last remaining housemate is declared the winner of that particular series and receives prizes, often including a large amount of money, a car, a vacation and ( in some editions ) a house.
At 11 he went into the service of a grocer in Slatina ; and then he became a domestic in a public house in Craiova where he remained for several years.
At the time, the house of Trastámara was the most prestigious in Europe, due to the rule of the Catholic Monarchs, so the alliance of Catherine and Arthur validated the House of Tudor in the eyes of European royalty and also strengthened the Tudor claim to the English throne via Catherine of Aragon's ancestry.
At the same time, Greek fortifications began to feature high towers with shuttered windows in the top, presumably to house anti-personnel arrow shooters, as in Aigosthena.
At the same time, Greek fortifications began to feature high towers with shuttered windows in the top, which could have been used to house anti-personnel arrow shooters, as in Aigosthena.
At the age of 75, alone and in mental and physical despair, he completed the work as one of his 14 Black Paintings, all of which were executed in oil directly onto the plaster walls of his house.
At the novels ' beginning, the majority of Westeros is united under the rule of a king in what is known as the Seven Kingdoms, with each of nine regions controlled by a different major house: the North, the Iron Islands, the Riverlands, the Vale of Arryn, the Westerlands, the Reach, the Stormlands, the Crownlands, and Dorne.
At some point in the next two years they moved back to England, by 1873 settling into The Glen, a large Victorian house in Blundellsands, a seaport in Lancashire, north-west England, which was developing into a wealthy suburb of Liverpool.
At the start of the 18th century a large house, called Delville-known at first as The Glen-was built on the site of the present Bons Secours hospital.
At her door, even before Marlow entered her house, memories of Kurtz began to flow, along with the final words that he whispered.
At the end of the year he visited Rome, and was welcomed in the house of Christian Karl Josias, Freiherr von Bunsen.
At sundown on Friday, the woman of the house welcomes the Shabbat by lighting two or more candles and reciting a blessing.
At the initiative of Catherine Baw in 1441, and 10 years later of Elizabeth, Mary, and Isabella of the house of Hornes, orders were founded which were open exclusively to women of noble birth, who received the French title of chevalière or the Latin title of equitissa.
At the time of his defeat, he was the longest-serving member of the lower house of the Diet, and he was also the first former prime minister to be defeated at a re-election since 1963.
At last making it back home on a bicycle, she found that American troops had seized her house, then was surprised by how kindly they treated her.
At least two people ( including his wife and one of his best friends ) died of overdoses at his house in Tempe, AZ during this time.
The dining room was decked in white and green, illuminated with numberless candles in silver candlelabras ... The bride's gift from her father was an elegant house and lot ... At 11 o ' clock Mrs. Mitchell donned a pretty going-away gown of green English cloth with its jaunty velvet hat to match and bid goodbye to her friends.