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Chidgey and Fellowship
* Catherine Chidgey wins the Robert Burns Fellowship.

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Chidgey was a Councillor from the mid 1970s to the early 1990s on New Alresford Town Council and Winchester City Council.
Catherine Chidgey ( born 1970, in New Zealand ) grew up in the Hutt Valley.
Chidgey lives near Hamilton in New Zealand.

Chidgey and at
His death triggered a by-election at a time which was highly volatile for the Conservative Party and saw the election of Liberal Democrat David Chidgey.
A chartered engineer, Chidgey was educated as a mechanical engineer at the Admiralty College, Portsmouth ( Portsmouth Naval College ) and then as a civil engineer at the Portsmouth Polytechnic.
* Lord Chidgey profile at the site of Liberal Democrats

Chidgey and .
He married his second wife Patricia Ann Chidgey in 1959.
In 2005 Chris Huhne was elected as the Liberal Democrat Member of Parliament ( MP ) for the Eastleigh constituency after the previous MP ( David Chidgey, also Liberal Democrat ) retired.
David Chidgey had succeeded the Conservative MP Stephen Milligan after his high profile death.
( George William ) David Chidgey, Baron Chidgey ( born 9 July 1942 in Basingstoke ) is a Liberal Democrat politician in the United Kingdom.
After Miligan's death in 1994, Chidgey won the resulting by-election, squeezing the Conservatives into third place.
On 13 May 2005 it was announced that Chidgey would be created a life peer, and on 17 June 2005 the peerage was created as Baron Chidgey, of Hamble-le-Rice in the County of Hampshire.
From 2007, Baron Chidgey is a member of the AWEPA Governing Council.
In 2008 Chidgey was named the Chairman of the oversight committee for the Commonwealth Policy Studies Unit, a think tank devoted to policy concerns throughout the Commonwealth.
* TheyWorkForYou. com-David Chidgey
* Lord Chidgey in The House Magazine, Dods, 12 February 2007.
:: Fiction: Catherine Chidgey, In a fishbone church.

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The AMPAS was originally conceived by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studio boss Louis B. Mayer as a professional honorary organization to help improve the film industry s image and help mediate labor disputes.
The International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences defines psychological altruism as " a motivational state with the goal of increasing another s welfare ".
Psychological altruism is contrasted with psychological egoism, which refers to the motivation to increase one s own welfare.
One way is a sincere expression of Christian love, " motivated by a powerful feeling of security, strength, and inner salvation, of the invincible fullness of one s own life and existence ".
Another way is merely " one of the many modern substitutes for love, ... nothing but the urge to turn away from oneself and to lose oneself in other people s business.
* David Firestone-When Romney s Reach Exceeds His Grasp-Mitt Romney quotes the song
" Swift extends the metaphor to get in a few jibes at England s mistreatment of Ireland, noting that " For this kind of commodity will not bear exportation, and flesh being of too tender a consistence, to admit a long continuance in salt, although perhaps I could name a country, which would be glad to eat up our whole nation without it.
George Wittkowsky argued that Swift s main target in A Modest Proposal was not the conditions in Ireland, but rather the can-do spirit of the times that led people to devise a number of illogical schemes that would purportedly solve social and economic ills.
In response, Swift s Modest Proposal was " a burlesque of projects concerning the poor ", that were in vogue during the early 18th century.
Critics differ about Swift s intentions in using this faux-mathematical philosophy.
Charles K. Smith argues that Swift s rhetorical style persuades the reader to detest the speaker and pity the Irish.
Swift s specific strategy is twofold, using a " trap " to create sympathy for the Irish and a dislike of the narrator who, in the span of one sentence, " details vividly and with rhetorical emphasis the grinding poverty " but feels emotion solely for members of his own class.
Swift s use of gripping details of poverty and his narrator s cool approach towards them create " two opposing points of view " that " alienate the reader, perhaps unconsciously, from a narrator who can view with ' melancholy ' detachment a subject that Swift has directed us, rhetorically, to see in a much less detached way.
Once the children have been commodified, Swift s rhetoric can easily turn " people into animals, then meat, and from meat, logically, into tonnage worth a price per pound ".
Swift uses the proposer s serious tone to highlight the absurdity of his proposal.
In making his argument, the speaker uses the conventional, text book approved order of argument from Swift s time ( which was derived from the Latin rhetorician Quintilian ).
James Johnson argued that A Modest Proposal was largely influenced and inspired by Tertullian s Apology: a satirical attack against early Roman persecution of Christianity.
Johnson notes Swift s obvious affinity for Tertullian and the bold stylistic and structural similarities between the works A Modest Proposal and Apology.
He reminds readers that " there is a gap between the narrator s meaning and the text s, and that a moral-political argument is being carried out by means of parody ".

and honours
Built as a men s residence building in 1946, Memorial Hall honours alumni who had enlisted and died in the First World War, and in the Second World War.
* Bachelor s programmes that are broad-based, with ample opportunity for excellent students to be put on the international honours track, and to adapt their study programme to fit their personal profiles ;
*' The ARL ‘ Black Box Flight Recorder ' — Melbourne University history honours thesis on the development of the first flight recorder by David Warren
*' The ARL ‘ Black Box Flight Recorder ' — Melbourne University history honours thesis on the development of the first cockpit voice recorder by David Warren
Steve ‘ Psycho Smith was appointed manager in November 2010 with the task of keeping the Club in the Welsh Alliance Division 1 and developing a squad that could challenge for honours the following season.
In 1967, great challenges confronted the Igbos of Nigeria with the coup d etat of 15 January 1966 led by Chukwuma Kaduna Nzeogwu who was widely considered to be an outstanding progressive and was buried with full military honours when killed by those he fought against.
After the 1997 general election, Rifkind received a knighthood in John Major s resignation honours, becoming a Knight Commander of the Order of St Michael and St George ( KCMG ), in recognition of his work for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs.
A change to non-titular honours was a recommendation contained within the original report of the 1995 honours committee ( The New Zealand Royal Honours System: The Report of the Prime Minister s Honours Advisory Committee ) which prompted the creation of the New Zealand Order of Merit.
In each of the two main dressing rooms are honours boards which commemorate all the centuries scored in Test matches on the Lord s ground and all instances of a bowler's taking five wickets in a Test innings and ten wickets in a Test match.
The award is made at irregular intervals to reflect the outstanding qualities required of recipients and is deemed one of the College s highest professional honours.
In 1993 Richard Armstrong was made Commander of the Order of the British Empire ( CBE ) for Services to Music, and was knighted in the 2004 New Year s honours.
On 31 December 2004 Jonathan Hunt was awarded the Order of New Zealand in the New Year s honours list.
Other significant honours were his election in 1905 to fellowship in the Royal Society, Great Britain s most prestigious scientific organization ; his knighthood by King George V in 1925 ; and the award in 1935 of the Order of Merit, Great Britain s most exclusive civilian honor.
In order to preserve the heritage of a 2 Cdo Bde unit, as well as that of 1 Cdo Bde ( 45 RM Cdo ), 44 Commando was retitled 40 Commando ( which had been disbanded in UK in October 1945 ) and took on 40 RM Cdo s colours, battle honours and traditions, albeit with 44 RM Cdo s manpower.
Sherrin was awarded a CBE in the 1997 New Year s honours list.
A monument in the Verdun Square honours the memory of the fallen soldiers from World War I and World War II, and another monument on the Quai L Infante is dedicated to the resistance movement Orion.
The Canadian Volunteer Monument, which honours University of Toronto student volunteers who fell in the Battle, is located on the west side of Queen s Park Crescent in Toronto.
At that time I ran the so-called "’ Ordenskanzlei ( honours committee ) of the federal theatres " and wrote the application of the Viennese State Opera to the Austrian President as follows: " Mrs. Coertse is one the most important members of the ensemble, not only because of her extremely beautiful and cultivated voice, her exemplary technique and, above all, her attractive appearance on stage but also because of her absolute reliability and constant devotedness.
The many great estates subsequently held by William s barons in Devon were known as " honours ".
This made them favoured for high honours in 2000-which was achieved, though the Royals “ old guard ” made a much larger contribution than expected to the club s first flag for twenty-two years.

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