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At the University of Washington Medical School, the electronics group has developed the `` Respiratory Gas Analyzer '' shown in Fig. 3.
At the age of twelve he was sent to the Haxius School in Geneva,
At the Dissolution of the Monasteries in 1541 the priory's endowment went towards the foundation of a free grammar school, King Henry VIII Grammar School, the site itself passing to the Gunter family.
At that time the German term stood for " School of Building ".
At the intersection of Columbus Avenue and West 65th Street, Broadway passes by the Juilliard School and Lincoln Center, both well-known performing arts landmarks, as well as a temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints ( the Mormon or LDS Church ), known as the Manhattan New York Temple.
At present, the Book of Mormon is studied in our Sunday School and seminary classes every fourth year.
At 18, Beaux was appointed drawing teacher at Miss Sanford's School, taking over Drinker's post.
At Public School 179 in Manhattan, the boy's artistic abilities were recognized and he was asked to draw all of the school posters during his years there.
At that time, in addition to practicing law, Hughes taught at New York Law School with Woodrow Wilson.
At Francis C. Hammond High School in Alexandria, Virginia, he did poorly academically, having little interest in school work, but was popular with other students, and after leaving decided that he wanted to study painting at college, thereby beginning his studies at School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in 1964, where he was a roommate of Peter Wolf.
At age 14 Sapir won a Pulitzer scholarship to the prestigious Horace Mann high school, but he chose not to attend the school which he found too posh, going instead to Peter Stuyvesant High School, and saving the scholarship money for his college education.
At first, he occupied himself with works on Biblical criticism under the influence of Pamphilus and probably of Dorotheus of Tyre of the School of Antioch.
At Columbia, he studied English and American literature under professors including New York School avant garde poets Kenneth Koch and David Shapiro.
At age 14, his health improved and he enrolled at Redwood High School as a freshman.
At 16, in 1975, Bacon won a full scholarship to and attended the Pennsylvania Governor's School for the Arts at Bucknell University, a state-funded five-week arts program where he studied Theatre under Dr.
At 15, she received a scholarship to a dance camp near Palm Springs, and in 1980 appeared in a low-budget Independent musical film, Junior High School.
At Spring Woods High School, Clemens played baseball for longtime head coach Charles Maiorana and also starred in football and basketball.
At the time of his father's death, Rajiv was away at a private boarding school for boys: initially at the Welham Boys ' School and later The Doon School, both located in Dehradun, Uttarakhand.
At the time this accreditation was gained, all business programs at the college were brought together in 2003 to form St. John Fisher College ’ s first professional school, which was named the Bittner School of Business.
At the end of the movie, John Bender walks through Maine South High School football field.
It created a general right to privacy ( Griswold v. Connecticut ), limited the role of religion in public school ( most prominently Engel v. Vitale and Abington School District v. Schempp ), incorporated most guarantees of the Bill of Rights against the States — prominently Mapp v. Ohio ( the exclusionary rule ) and Gideon v. Wainwright ( right to appointed counsel ),— and required that criminal suspects be apprised of all these rights by police ( Miranda v. Arizona ); At the same time, however, the Court limited defamation suits by public figures ( New York Times v. Sullivan ) and supplied the government with an unbroken run of antitrust victories.
At 14, Herzog was inspired by an encyclopedia entry about filmmaking which he says provided him with " everything I needed to get myself started " as a filmmaker — that, and the 35 mm camera he stole from the Munich Film School.

At and Alexandria
At the First Synod of Tyre in AD 335, they brought accusations against Athanasius, bishop of Alexandria, the primary opponent of Arius ; after this, Constantine had Athanasius banished, since he considered him an impediment to reconciliation.
At the time, he was a deacon and personal secretary of the 19th Bishop of Alexandria, Alexander.
At the time he was a student, the influence of Origen was still felt in the traditions of the theological school of Alexandria.
At the beginning of the 3rd century, it is adopted by Clement of Alexandria and by Origen of Alexandria, later by Methodius, Cyprian, Lactantius, Dionysius of Alexandria, and in the 5th century by Quodvultdeus.
At that time Pergamon was a major cultural and intellectual centre, noted for its library ( Eumenes II ), second only to that in Alexandria,
At Pharos — in Hellenistic times the site of the Lighthouse of Alexandria, ( in modern Greek the word still has the meaning " lighthouse )— a king of Egypt named Proteus welcomed Dionysus in the young god's wanderings.
* At the First Battle of El Alamein ( 1 – 27 July 1942 ) the advance of Axis troops on Alexandria was blunted by the Allies, when the German Panzers tried to outflank the allied position.
At the Donations of Alexandria in late 34 BC, following Antony's conquest of Armenia, Cleopatra and Caesarion were crowned co-rulers of Egypt and Cyprus ; Alexander Helios was crowned ruler of Armenia, Media, and Parthia ; Cleopatra Selene II was crowned ruler of Cyrenaica and Libya ; and Ptolemy Philadelphus was crowned ruler of Phoenicia, Syria, and Cilicia.
At Alexandria, Cleopatra begs Antony not to go, and though he repeatedly affirms his deep passionate love for her, he eventually leaves.
At the end of the 4th century, Ausonius enumerated Aquileia as the ninth among the great cities of the world, placing Rome, Mediolanum, Constantinople, Carthage, Antioch, Alexandria, Trier, and Capua before it.
At the Council of Nicaea, it became one of the duties of the patriarch of Alexandria to determine the dates of the Easter and to announce it to the other Christian churches.
At his father's wake Falco discovers that he is to become a brother yet again when Thalia, an old friend he met in Venus in Copper, Last Act in Palmyra and Alexandria, reveals that she is expecting a child – she claims by Geminus.
At a Veterans Affairs ( VA ) clinic in Pensacola, Florida, doctors determined that the cause was a brain aneurysm, and Elonzo was sent to the VA Medical Center in Alexandria, Louisiana.
However, Pompey's pawns soon had occasion to turn to the other side: " At the beginning of the civil war between and Pompey, Hyrcanus, at the instance of Antipater, prepared to support the man to whom he owed his position ; but when Pompey was murdered, Antipater led the Jewish forces to the help of Caesar, who was hard pressed at Alexandria.
At the time of his death, Pope Shenouda III was viewed as one of the Great Patriarchs of the ancient Church of Alexandria, a well-known church father and teacher, a chief defender of the faith, and a noted Egyptian leader of the 20th and 21st centuries.
At Alexandria relations between the French and British commanders, Admirals René-Émile Godfroy and Andrew Cunningham, were good.
At the urging of Basil of Caesarea, Meletius wrote to Saint Athanasius, who however continued to support the Eustathians, and whose successor, Saint Peter of Alexandria, together with Pope Damasus I suspected Meletius of Arianism.
* At about the same time, St. Clement of Alexandria ( about 150 — 215 ), wrote: " Yea, I say, the Word of God became a man so that you might learn from a man how to become a god.
At this time Severus rejected the Henotikon of Zeno, dismissing it as " the annulling edict ," and " the disuniting edict " ( Labbe, v. 121 ), and anathematized Peter Mongus, the Non-Chalcedonian patriarch of Alexandria, for accepting it.
At this the party of Dioscorus, Cyril's successor at Alexandria, was able to overturn the situation, whereupon Leo asked for a second council, calling that Ephesus the ' Robber Council '.

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