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Dr. Augustus Rudolf Hoernle ( 1841 – 1918 ) was an English Orientalist.
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Dr. Gillian Tett, a Cambridge University trained anthropologist who went on to become a senior editor at the Financial Times is one of the leaders in this use of anthropology.
Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp | The anatomy lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp by Rembrandt shows an anatomy lesson taking place in Amsterdam in 1632.
Johnston was born in Washington, Kentucky, the youngest son of Dr. John and Abigail Harris Johnston.
As reported in the Third Edition of Science and Sanity, The U. S. Army in World War II used Korzybski's system to treat battle fatigue in Europe with the supervision of Dr. Douglas M. Kelley, who went on to become the psychiatrist in charge of the Nazi prisoners at Nuremberg.
The obituary stated (" The merchant of death is dead ") and went on to say, " Dr. Alfred Nobel, who became rich by finding ways to kill more people faster than ever before, died yesterday.
Perhaps this meal was like the 1932ish Baghdad tea, where she stares " unbelievingly ", horrified by the first hint of the future, when her host Dr Jordan, Director of Antiquities, pausing while playing Beethoven, says " Our Jews are perhaps different from yours.
Most notably are the characters of Dr. Eric Leidner in Murder in Mesopotamia, Signor Richetti in Death on the Nile, and many minor characters in They Came to Baghdad were archaeologists.
The Main characters included an archaeologist, Dr. Eric Leidner, as well as his wife, multiple specialists, assistants and the men working the site.
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Other notable officials at Ellis Island included Edward F. McSweeney ( assistant commissioner ), Joseph E. Murray ( assistant commissioner ), Dr. George W. Stoner ( chief surgeon ), Augustus Frederick Sherman ( chief clerk ), Dr. Victor Safford ( surgeon ), Dr. Victor Heiser ( surgeon ), Thomas W. Salmon | Dr.
Since 1824, Indian logic attracted the attention of many Western scholars, and has had an influence on important 19th-century logicians such as Charles Babbage, Augustus De Morgan, and particularly George Boole, as confirmed by his wife Mary Everest Boole who wrote in an " open letter to Dr Bose " titled " Indian Thought and Western Science in the Nineteenth Century " written in 1901 < ref >
In Newport, on August 27, a crowd built a gallows near the Town House where they carried effigies of three officials appointed as stamp distributors: Augustus Johnson, Dr. Thomas Moffat, and lawyer Martin Howard.
In 1892, Dr. Augustus Stinchfield was asked to join the practice by W. W. Mayo, who considered him to be the best doctor in the small towns surrounding Rochester.
Springfield itself features international tourist attractions like the Basketball Hall of Fame and the Springfield Armory National Park ; it also features the Dr. Seuss Memorial, Augustus Saint Gaudens's outdoor masterpiece, " The Puritan ," and The Quadrangle — five world-class art, science, and history museums.
On May 10, 1917, the building was dedicated to Dr. Augustus Cowles, the college's first president, and was given the name which remains today.
A medical account of the birth and a description of the twins was provided for the British Medical Journal by Dr James Augustus Rooth, the physician in charge at the time of their birth.
Dr. John Henry Augustus Bomberger, for whom the campus ' signature Romanesque building is named ( see Gallery, below ), served as the college ’ s first president until his death in 1890.
Bartholomew wrote: " It is only a fair tribute to Augustus Petermann to say that no one has done more than he to advance modern cartography, and no man has ever left a more fitting monument to himself than his Mitteilungen, which still bears his name, and under the editorship of Dr. Supan, is the leading geographical authority in all countries.
The unbilled cast included Augustus Phillips as Dr. Frankenstein, Charles Ogle as the Monster, and Mary Fuller as the doctor's fiancée.
Reich bribes Dr. Augustus (" Gus ") Tate, a prominent peeper psychiatrist, to be his mental bodyguard during the murder.
His will, dated 11 April 1857 with a codicil of 27 March 1876, was proven on January 29 by his nephew Dr. George Augustus Frederick Wilks.
In 1892, William Worrall Mayo asked Dr. Augustus Stinchfield to join his practice as a full partner.
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* Feuser, Stefan, Der Hafen von Alexandria Troas ( Bonn: Dr. Rudolf Habelt, 2009 ) ( Asia Minor Studien, 63 ).
The Infrared Interferometer Spectrometer ( IRIS ) team was led by Dr. Rudolf A. Hanel from NASA Goddard Spaceflight Center ( GSFC ).
Beginning in the 1950s, however, inspired by a landmark study by Dr. Harry E. Houtz, and spurred by Rudolf Flesch's criticism of the absence of phonics instruction ( particularly in his popular book, Why Johnny Can't Read ) phonics resurfaced as a method of teaching reading.
These pests were rampant in the 1970s and 1980s, but were brought under control following the establishment of the Biological Control Center for Africa of the IITA under the leadership of Dr. Hans Rudolf Herren.
Rega was established on 27 April 1952 by Dr. Rudolf Bucher, who thought that the Swiss rescue organisation needed a specialised air sub-section.
Famous Hernians or Wanne-Eickelians include Jürgen von Manger, Kurt Edelhagen, Jürgen Marcus, Heinz Rühmann, Dr. Heinz Dieter Meyer, Tana Schanzara, Rudolf Witzig, Andrea Jürgens, Dr. Claudia Dollins ( Geier ), Yıldıray Baştürk, Jan Zweyer, Peavy Wagner, Leonie Saint and Bärbel Beuermann.
After the merger of the Bank in Winterthur and the Toggenburger Bank to form Union Bank of Switzerland ( UBS ), Dr. Rudolf Ernst became the merged bank's first chairman in 1912.
The United States Army Signal Corps employed 24 specialists — including the physicists Georg Goubau, Gunter Guttwein, Georg Hass, Horst Kedesdy, and Kurt Lehovec ; the physical chemists Rudolf Brill, Ernst Baars, and Eberhard Both ; the geophysicist Dr. Helmut Weickmann ; the optician Gerhard Schwesinger ; and the engineers Eduard Gerber, Richard Guenther, and Hans Ziegler.
The Protestant section on the east side is dedicated for the use of both confessions-parts of the Evangelical Protestant church in Austria, the Lutheran A. B ( Evangelische Kirche Augsburger Bekenntnis ) and Calvinist H. B ( Evangelische Kirche Helvetisches Bekenntnis ). The cemetery was inaugurated in the presence of the President of the Evangelical Protestant Church, Dr. Rudolf Franz on November 14, 1904.
Schöngarth attended the Wannsee Conference on 20 January 1942, along with Dr. Rudolf Lange ( Einsatzgruppen A ) who had also participated in the Holocaust.
The Stutthof camp has been suggested as one of the possible sources for human remains that Dr. Rudolf Spanner used to make a limited quantity of soap from human fat.
Dr. August Kurtzel, aided by Oskar Pilz, edited the 10th edition, assisted by Heinrich Edward Brockhaus, and Heinrich Rudolf Brockhaus, the younger son, assisted in the 11th edition.
Mercedes also made two coupés, one of them was made by Mercedes as a gift for Dr. Rudolf Uhlenhaut when he retired.