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Contemporary scholarship on the so-called " Zinoviev letter " dates to a 1967 monograph published by three British journalists working for The Sunday Times.
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Contemporary scholarship has not decided the matter although it is generally thought Ealdred performed the coronation.
Contemporary scholarship disagrees, and finds a variety of possible explanations, including an order from Arcadius ordering him to evacuate the Eastern Empire the unreliability of his mostly barbarian troops, the revolt of Gildo in Africa, or the possibility that he simply was never as close to Alaric as Claudian suggests.
Contemporary scholarship, while not claiming that this view was entirely false, tends to hold that it was highly exaggerated ; Palestrina was one of many skilled composers working at the time, and the influence of the Council of Trent on musical composition was more limited than at first presumed ( the composers of the Venetian School, for example, ignored it almost entirely, and Palestrina-style composers such as Lassus, working in Munich, were also quite free to write as they pleased ).
Concerning art, she founded the respectable Helena Rubinstein Pavilion of Contemporary Art in Tel Aviv and in 1957 she established the Helena Rubinstein travelling art scholarship in Australia.
Contemporary scholarship, however, is more likely to more strongly restrict or even forbid abortion, on the grounds that modern technology has permitted us to perceive life in the womb earlier than was previously possible.
Contemporary scholarship by the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography places his birth date as 26 February 1723.
* The Contemporary Torah: A Gender-Sensitive Adaptation of the JPS Translation, published in 2006, includes the Five Books of Moses and a supplementary “ Dictionary of Gender in the Torah .” Its version of NJPS, which goes by the abbreviation CJPS, is “ contemporary ” in its use of gendered language only where germane, and in its drawing upon recent scholarship about gender roles in the ancient Near East.
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Sparta Between Empire and Revolution ( 404-243 BC ): Internal Problems and Their Impact on Contemporary Greek Consciousness.
Contemporary portrait of Afonso V of Portugal, as depicted in the Itinerarium of Georg von Ehingen ( printed 1600, Augsburg, but based on earlier image c. 1470 )
" Find a Way ", from Unguarded, became the first Christian song to hit Billboard's Top 40 list, also reaching No. 7 on the Adult Contemporary chart.
The mainstream song " Saved by Love " was a minor hit, receiving airplay on radio stations featuring the newly emerging Adult Contemporary format.
The album's title song received some pop radio airplay and crossed over to No. 96 on the Billboard Hot 100, and " 1974 ( We Were Young )" and " Saved By Love " also charted as Adult Contemporary songs.
* Temple, Robert, " Fables, Riddles, and Mysteries of Delphi ", Proceedings of 4th Philosophical Meeting on Contemporary Problems, No 4, 1999 ( Athens, Greece ) In Greek and English.
On June 26, 2011, Don McLean performed on the Pyramid Stage at the Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts.
" Only Time " peaked at number 10 on the U. S. Hot 100, number 12 on the Pop Chart and hit number one on the Adult Contemporary and Hot Adult Contemporary charts.
Contemporary issues include problems with border controls causing persistent truck queues at the border, airspace violations, pollution of the Baltic Sea, and Russian duties on exported wood to Finland's pulp and paper industry.
Contemporary filmmakers such as Woody Allen, Alejandro Jodorowsky, Pedro Almodovar, Tim Burton, Terry Gilliam, Emir Kusturica, David Lynch, Girish Kasaravalli, David Cronenberg, Martin Scorsese, and Juraj Jakubisko have cited Fellini's influence on their work.
Writing in the spring of 1945 a long essay titled " Antisemitism in Britain ," for the Contemporary Jewish Record, Orwell stated that anti-Semitism was on the increase in Britain, and that it was " irrational and will not yield to arguments.
The album spawned three additional Top 10 Country hits, including two number-one hits between 1997 and 1998, " Two Pina Coladas " and " To Make You Feel My Love ", which also was a Top 10 hit on the Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks chart and was released on the soundtrack to the movie Hope Floats.
Contemporary opinions saw Rasputin variously as a saintly mystic, visionary, healer and prophet or, on the contrary, as a debauched religious charlatan.
Contemporary Hinduism is mostly monistic, or in some instances monotheistic ( see Hindu views on monotheism ).
As part of University Museums, the Christian Petersen Art Museum at Morrill Hall is the home of the Christian Petersen Art Collection, the Art on Campus Program, the University Museums ’ Visual Literacy and Learning Program, and Contemporary Changing Art Exhibitions Program.
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The Museum of Contemporary Art ( Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Oaxaca, MACO ) is housed in the so-called Casa de Cortés.
The so-called Last Whole Earth Catalogue ( June 1971 ) won the first U. S. National Book Award in category Contemporary Affairs.
Part of the so-called second generation of Bulgarian composers, he was among the founding members of the Bulgarian Contemporary Music Society ( 1933 ), which later became the Union of Bulgarian Composers.
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The Poem of the Man God by Maria Valtorta was forbidden by the Holy Office under Pope John XXIII in 1959, a condemnation upheld in Cardinal Ratzinger's above-mentioned 1985 letter, almost two decades after the abolition of the Index ; but in 2001 Catholic Bishop Roman Danylak, by then a canon of Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore in Rome and no longer in charge of an eparchy, granted, in his own words, " a letter of commendation, a Nihil Obstat, Imprimatur and a testimonial to this website of a Catholic monk on the writings of Maria Valtorta " ( the website in question being one with the title "— A Contemporary Mystic — acclaimed one of the greatest: Maria Valtorta and her masterwork: The Poem of the Man-God " and in another letter stated that The Poem of the Man-God is, with the other writings of Valtorta, " in perfect consonance with the canonical Gospels, with the traditions and magisterium of the Catholic Church ".
In 1989, Drewe gained access to the letter archives of the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London by claiming to be an interested collector.
In a pointed and humorous verse epistle, " An open letter ," Heaney responds to his inclusion in The Penguin Book of Contemporary British Poetry:
With the call letter change, however, the station tweaked its format to more of a Modern Adult Contemporary sound to distinguish it more from competing alternative-rock station CIMX ( and, later in 1997, WXDG ).
He also received a Thank You letter from Harry Truman, the Colorado Contemporary Dance Award, two John Simon Guggenheim Fellowships, and the Scripps / American Dance Festival award ( June 18, 2006 ).
Contemporary analytical historiography doubts the precise content of the letter ( together with the similar letters sent to several power figures of the ancient Near East ).
Contemporary and dates
Contemporary evidence is contradictory, with several dates having been put forward by various historians.
Contemporary scholars believe the Idra dates to the third generation of Zoharic literature, which produced also the Tiqqunim, the Ra ' aya Meheimna, and other Zoharic material.
In support of the release the band toured with the new quartet lineup in June including dates at the Rochester International Jazz Festival and the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art.
Contemporary Biblical scholars like John P. Meier argue part of the reason why the passages about Christianity in Josephus are authentic is because they exist in all relevant manuscripts – Clare K. Rothschild ( Associate Professor of Theology at Lewis University ) has censured this argument on the basis that " the earliest manuscript dates from the eleventh century ", the Ambrosianus 370 ( F 128 ) being the earliest ; preserved in the Biblioteca Ambrosiana in Milan.
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* Fowlie, Wallace ( 1967 ), Dionysus in Paris ; A Guide to Contemporary French Theater, Meridian Books, Inc, New York, ISBN 0-452-00092-0.
In 2007, Dominic Molon of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago organized an exhibition titled, Sympathy for the Devil: Art and Rock and Roll since 1967, and included a selection of Pettibon ’ s original drawings from Black Flag concert flyers and album covers.
* In 1967 the award was combined with the equivalent award for women as the Grammy Award for Best Contemporary ( R & R ) Solo Vocal Performance – Male or Female
* In 1967 the award from the previous year was combined with the equivalent award for men as the Grammy Award for Best Contemporary ( R & R ) Solo Vocal Performance-Male or Female
* From 1966 to 1967, the award was known as Best Contemporary ( R & R ) Performance-Group ( Vocal or Instrumental )
People involved in the arts and born in the town include the actress Kathleen Harrison in 1892 ; Alfred Wainwright, author of the Pictorial Guides to the Lakeland Fells, in 1907 ; broadcaster Russell Harty in 1934 ; the internationally renowned Contemporary artist Ross Eccles in 1937, many of his paintings feature Blackburn and Lancashire scenes and landmarks ; the writer Josephine Cox in 1941 who set many of her novels in Lancashire ; the actor Anthony Valentine in 1939 ; the actor Michael Billington, star of UFO in 1941 ; actor Ian McShane in 1942 ; rock musician Tony Ashton in 1946 ; actor Jon Walmsley in 1956 ; film maker Michael Winterbottom in 1961 ; actor Steve Pemberton in 1967 ; actress Wendi Peters in 1968 ; actor / comedian Lee Mack in 1968 ; television host Debbie Travis ; author Tony O ' Neill in 1978 ; television presenter and documentary director Michael Gibson in 1980 ; and singer and actress Diana Vickers in 1991.
The Grammy Award for Best Contemporary ( R & R ) Solo Vocal Performance-Male or Female was awarded at the Grammy Awards of 1967 for music released in the previous year.
When a member of the Harvard Center for International Affairs, he authored the book Contemporary Military Strategy in 1967, where he defended " large-scale American bombing in South Vietnam " on the grounds that although it " may have antagonized a number of people " it nonetheless " demonstrated to these people that the Vietcong could not guarantee their security " -- thus " illustrat the fact that most people tend to be motivated, not by abstract appeals, but rather by their perception of the course of action that is most likely to lead to their own personal security ".
Contemporary covers of " C ' est ma chanson " include those by Lucky Blondo and Mireille Mathieu while " Cara Felicità " was recorded by fifteen Italian singers in 1967.
The Special Committee on a Brief Contemporary Statement of Faith began preparing the Confession of 1967 in 1958 as a response to the Presbytery of Amarillo's 1957 overture to the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America for an updated version of the Westminster Shorter Catechism in contemporary language.
The concert took place within the framework of the Contemporary Turkish Music Week, November 10, 1967.
He wrote several books that analyze and critique the broadcasting industry, including A Survey of Television ( 1967 ), The Mass Media ( Studies in Contemporary Europe ) ( 1972 ), Radio and Television ( Professions ) ( 1975 ), Questions of Broadcasting with Garret O ' Leary ( 1990 ), Behind the Screens: The Structure of British Television ( 1994 ), and On Television with Thalia Tabary-Peterssen ( 1997 ).
Connie Francis " bubbled under " the Billboard pop charts in 1967 (# 118 ) and peaked at # 12 on Billboard Adult Contemporary.