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Burrill continued, " Robert Anderson ( 1909: 79 ) wrote, " Into the stream they leaped, but few got out alive.
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In 1984 Ruth worked with filmmaker Robert Burrill on her autobiographic film entitled, Illumination: Ruth Bernhard, Photographer.
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Prominent contributors at various points through the newspaper's life included Jason Anderson, Bert Archer, Gregory Boyd Bell, Denise Benson, Alex Bozikovic, William Burrill, Jason Chiu, Andrew Clark, Tyler Clark-Burke, Nicole Cohen, Kevin Connolly, Peter Darbyshire, Gemma Files, Sky Gilbert, Kevin Hainey, Bob Hunter, Bruce LaBruce, Guy Leshinski, Laura Lind, Sarah Liss, Donna Lypchuk, Cindy McGlynn, Gord McLaughlin, Jim Munroe, C. J.
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James Burrill Angell, who served as the university's president from 1871 to 1909, aggressively expanded U-M's curriculum to include professional studies in dentistry, architecture, engineering, government, and medicine.
His father, James Burrill Angell ( 1829 – 1916 ), was president of the University of Vermont from 1866 to 1871 and then the University of Michigan from 1871 to 1909.
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Richard Burrill wrote, in " Ishi Rediscovered ", that: " In 1865, near the Yahi ’ s special place, Black Rock, the waters of Mill Creek turned red at the Three Knolls Massacre.
In contrast, William Burrill of The Toronto Star wrote that Turok offered nothing new if players had tried a " first-person action blaster " before, and Next Generation Magazine said that the game its similar gameplay essentially made the game " a very pretty Duke Nukem ".
The Toronto Stars William Burrill wrote, " Ultima Underworld II is without rival the best fantasy [...] role-playing game in this ( or any parallel ) world.
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Partly this was land that had always belonged to the Crown, while other parts were sold or donated like the more than 10 % of the island ( located in the northern bush area, with some of the largest remaining kauri forests ) that was gifted to the Crown by farmer Max Burrill in 1984.
This town was named for 19th century United States senator James Burrill, Jr. who was then the Rhode Island Attorney General.
Opposition in Congress to Chinese immigration led President Rutherford B. Hayes to authorize James Burrill Angell to renegotiate the treaty in 1880.
He was accompanied by his brother, James Burrill Curtis, whose influence on him was strong and helpful.
* Fire blight of pome fruits, caused by the bacterium Erwinia amylovora ( Burrill ) Winslow et al., is the most severe disease of pear and also is found in apple and raspberry, among others.
American composer Burrill Phillips composed a work entitled Selections from McGuffey's Reader, for orchestra, based on poems by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.
The Thorp Perrow Arboretum lies nearby, as do the villages of Burneston, Burrill, Cowling, Exelby and Firby.
* Jewish-American gastroenterologist Burrill Bernard Crohn and colleagues describe a series of patients with " regional ileitis ", inflammation of the terminal ileum, the area most commonly affected by the condition which will become known as Crohn's disease.
The main tributaries are: Bugwah Cowal, Bulbodney Creek, Burrill Creek, Duck Creek, and Gunningbar Creek.
Critics lauded Turoks graphics ; while giving the rest of the game a tepid review, Burrill rated the visuals highly.
The train station is located at 85 Burrill Avenue ; commuters cut through the MBTA parking lot from the train station for easy access to the campus.
* James Burrill Angell ( 1829 – 1916 ), President of the University of Vermont and the University of Michigan, U. S. Minister to China and Turkey
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The rise of comic book specialty stores in the late 1970s created / paralleled a dedicated market for " independent " or " alternative comics " in the U. S. The first such comics included the anthology series Star Reach, published by comic book writer Mike Friedrich from 1974 to 1979, and Harvey Pekar's American Splendor, which continued sporadic publication into the 21st century and which Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini adapted into a 2003 film.
" Jupp points out that, " decline in English influences on Australian reformism and radicalism, and appropriation of the symbols of Empire by conservatives continued under the Liberal Party leadership of Sir Robert Menzies, which lasted until 1966.
Neo-classical liberalism has continued into the contemporary era, with writers such as Robert Nozick.
While George was away working in Scotland, Robert was brought up by a succession of neighbors and then by George's unmarried sister Eleanor ( Nelly ), who continued living with them in Killingworth on George's return.
The Gothic tradition continued in the 19th century, in such works as Mary Shelley's Frankenstein ( 1818 ), Edgar Allan Poe's short stories, the works of Sheridan Le Fanu, Robert Louis Stevenson's Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde ( 1886 ), Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray ( 1890 ), and Bram Stoker's Dracula ( 1897 ).
The team continued to struggle under Marchibroda and Jim Irsay, son of Robert Irsay, who was the general manager at the time.
This trend has continued into modern times, expanded upon by artists such as Robert Lee Morris, Ed Levin, and Alberto Repossi.
James Robert Flynn PhD FRSNZ ( born 1934 ), aka Jim Flynn, Emeritus Professor of Political Studies at the University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand, researches intelligence and is famous for his discovery of the Flynn effect, the continued year-after-year increase of IQ scores in all parts of the world.
Significant modernist literary works continued to be created in the 1920s and 1930s, including further novels by Marcel Proust, Virginia Woolf, Robert Musil, and Dorothy Richardson.
At the turn of the 21st century, well-established artists such as Sir Anthony Caro, Lucian Freud, Cy Twombly, Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns, Agnes Martin, Al Held, Ellsworth Kelly, Helen Frankenthaler, Frank Stella, Kenneth Noland, Jules Olitski, Claes Oldenburg, Jim Dine, James Rosenquist, Alex Katz, Philip Pearlstein, and younger artists including Brice Marden, Chuck Close, Sam Gilliam, Isaac Witkin, Sean Scully, Mahirwan Mamtani, Joseph Nechvatal, Elizabeth Murray, Larry Poons, Richard Serra, Walter Darby Bannard, Larry Zox, Ronnie Landfield, Ronald Davis, Dan Christensen, Joel Shapiro, Tom Otterness, Joan Snyder, Ross Bleckner, Archie Rand, Susan Crile, and dozens of others continued to produce vital and influential paintings and sculpture.
They continued the exploration of the New World: René Robert Cavelier de La Salle travelled in the area of the Great Lakes, then on the Mississippi River.
In the decades following Confederation, it was common practice to refer to the prime minister as Premier of Canada, a custom that continued until the First World War, around the time of Robert Borden's premiership.
Other researchers such as Robert E. Maclaury have continued investigation into the evolution of color names in specific languages, refining the possibilities of basic color term inventories.
In the west, Robert of Gloucester and his followers continued to raid the surrounding royalist territories, and Wallingford Castle remained a secure Angevin stronghold, too close to London for comfort.
" Waits also continued to further his acting career with a supporting role as Rudy the Kraut in Ironweed ( an adaptation of William Kennedy's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel ) alongside Jack Nicholson and Meryl Streep, in which Waits performed the song " Big Rock Candy Mountain ", as well as a part in Robert Frank's Candy Mountain, in which Waits also performed " Once More Before I Go.
As the war slowly progressed, Grant continued to extend Robert E. Lee's entrenchment defenses southwest of Petersburg, in an effort to capture vital railroad links.
His other nephews David, Joseph, Robert and Andrew Jardine, all sons of Jardine's older brother David, continued to assist James Matheson in running Jardines.
After his accession, Robert continued Norman support for the English princes Edward and Alfred, who were still in exile in northern France.
As the decade continued, he experienced a creative malaise, trying to recapture his former chart glory with less distinguished albums, some of which were stylistically derivative of artists like Robert Palmer and Prince.
Only the chapter house was completed before he died and the work was ably continued by his successor, Robert of Pipewell, under whose rule the abbey gained a reputation for caring for the needy.
Others, including Robert Boyle and his assistant, Godfrey Haukweicz, continued these experiments in the 1680s with phosphorus and sulfur, but their efforts did not produce practical and inexpensive methods for generating fires.
Astaire continued to act into the 1970s, appearing on television as the father of Robert Wagner's character of Alexander Mundy in It Takes a Thief and in films such as The Towering Inferno ( 1974 ), in which he danced with Jennifer Jones and for which he received his only Academy Award nomination, in the category of Best Supporting Actor.
Weddington continued to represent Roe, and Texas Assistant Attorney General Robert C. Flowers stepped in to replace Jay Floyd for Texas.