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Dr Simon Kraiz, an expert on Eastern European Jewry at the University of Haifa, pointed out that no Khazar writings have been found: " We know a lot about them, and yet we know almost nothing: Jews wrote about them, and so did Russians, Georgians, and Armenians, to name a few.
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The series features rotten boroughs ( or " robber buttons "), Dr. Samuel Johnson ( played by Robbie Coltrane ), William Pitt the Younger ( Simon Osborne ), the French Revolution ( featuring Chris Barrie, Nigel Planer and Tim McInnerny as the Scarlet Pimpernel ), over-the-top theatrical actors, a squirrel-hating transvestite highwayman, and a duel with the Duke of Wellington ( played by Stephen Fry ).
Trevor Huddleston, Sir Julian Huxley, Edward Hyams, the Bishop of Llandaff Dr Glyn Simon, Doris Lessing, Sir Compton Mackenzie, the Very Rev George McLeod, Miles Malleson, Denis Matthews, Sir Francis Meynell, Henry Moore, John Napper, Ben Nicholson, Sir Herbert Read, Flora Robson, Michael Tippett, the cartoonist ' Vicky ', Professor C. H. Waddington and Barbara Wootton.
Simon Fraser University was founded upon the recommendation of a 1958 report entitled Higher Education in British Columbia and a Plan for the Future, by Dr. J. B. Macdonald, who recommended the creation of a new university in the Lower Mainland.
* Rock Music with the Muppets-Hosted by Dr. Teeth with assistance by Beaker in a recording studio, with guest stars Debbie Harry, Linda Ronstadt, Alice Cooper, Ben Vereen, Helen Reddy, Leo Sayer, Loretta Swit, and Paul Simon.
Donald J. Keefe in his paper " Tracking the footnote " traced a quote by Leo XII which strongly condemned vaccination to " an unverified citation " by Dr. Pierre Simon in Le Contredes Naissances.
Simon is also a major benefactor and one of the co-founders, with Dr. Irwin Redlener, of the Children's Health Project and The Children's Health Fund which started by creating specially equipped " buses " to take medical care to children in medically underserved areas, urban and rural.
The Commission delegates operational management to the Chief Executive, Dr Simon Thurley, who was appointed in 2002.
* Vocals: Calvin Simon, George Clinton, Bernie Worrell, Garry Shider, Dr. Music ( Diane Brooks, Steve Kennedy )
Members of the Institute include Revd Dr Vivian Boland OP ( Director ), Revd Dr Fergus Kerr OP ( Founding Director ), Prof. Steve Baldner ( Visiting Fellow, Trinity term 2006 ), Dr William Carroll ( Aquinas Fellow Hilary Terms ), Revd Dr Simon Gaine OP, Revd Peter Hunter OP, Revd Dr Aidan Nichols OP and Revd Dominic Ryan OP.
Wodehouse, Dr. Simon Sparrow in BBC Radio 4's adaptions of Richard Gordon's Doctor in the House and Doctor At Large ( 1968 ) ( currently repeated on BBC Radio 4 Extra ), a retired thespian in a series of six plays with Stanley Baxter Two Pipe Problems, and later the play Not Talking, commissioned for BBC Radio 3 by Mike Bartlett.
Eight actors have played more than one character in the series: Nicholas Farrell appeared as Donald Fraser in The ABC Murders ( 1992 ) and then as Major Knighton in The Mystery of the Blue Train ( 2005 ), Simon Shepherd appeared as David Hall in " Jewel Robbery at The Grand Metropolitan " ( 1993 ) and then as Dr Rendell in Mrs McGinty's Dead ( 2008 ) and Carol MacReady appeared as Mildred Croft in Peril at End House ( 1990 ) and then as Miss Johnson in Cat Among the Pigeons ( 2008 ).
), Neurypnologie: Traité du Sommeil Nerveux, ou, Hypnotisme par James Braid ; Traduit de l ' anglais par le Dr Jules Simon ; Avec preface de C. E. Brown-Séquard Treatise on Nervous Sleep or Hypnotism by James Braid, translated from the English by Dr. Jules Simon, with a preface by C. E.
In 1940, Hirt went to Cincinnati, Ohio to study at the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music with Dr. Frank Simon ( a former soloist with the John Philip Sousa Orchestra ).
* Edward Kelley figures prominently in the 2000 novel School of the Night, which is part of the Elizabethan mystery series by Judith Cook, The Casebook of Dr Simon Forman — Elizabethan doctor and solver of mysteries.
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The Gulf News published on 30 November 2011, saying " This is the biggest drug bust of its kind in 2011 and the second big one in the last three years worldwide ," said Dr. Wadia Maalouf, International expert at the United Nation's Drug and Crime office.
Stoker's Dr. Abraham Van Helsing is a direct parallel to Le Fanu's vampire expert Baron Vordenburg: both characters used to investigate and catalyse actions in opposition to the vampire, and symbolically represent knowledge of the unknown and stability of mind in the onslaught of chaos and death.
During Misskelley's trial, Dr. Richard Ofshe, an expert on false confessions and police coercion and Professor of Sociology at UC Berkeley, testified that the brief recording of Misskelley's interrogation was a " classic example " of police coercion.
Subsequently Dr. Dogra appeared in the court of Shri Mahesh Chandra as an expert witness ( PW-5 ), and his testimony lasted several sessions.
The school district produced an expert witness, Dr. Steven Armentrout, who testified that a possibility existed that AIDS could be transmitted to schoolmates through yet undiscovered " vectors.
In a 1986 press release to the newspapers and leading magazines in Great Britain, Canada and the USA, the SPR retracted the Hodgson report, after a re-examination of the case by the Fortean psychic Dr. Vernon Harrison, past president of The Royal Photographic Society and formerly Research Manager to Thomas De La Rue, an expert on forgery, as follows: " Madame Blavatsky, co-founder of the Theosophical Society, was unjustly condemned, new study concludes.
In late 1983, Italian Neurologist / Sleep expert Dr Ignazio Roiter received a patient at the University of Bologna hospital's sleep institute.
In 1929, a four-person team, consisting of British archaeologists Agnes Conway and George Horsfield, Palestinian physician and folk-lore expert Dr
In thanks, Fleming gave the MI6 Armourer the name Major Boothroyd in Dr. No and M introduces him to Bond as " the greatest small-arms expert in the world ".
In October 1932, the famous art connoisseur and Rembrandt expert Dr. Abraham Bredius published an article about a recently discovered Vermeer which he described as a painting of a Man and Woman at a Spinet.
They set their sights on a number of women including a stewardess, stripper and, especially, a Pulitzer Prize winning scientist, Dr. Bolen ( Yvonne Craig ), an expert in space genetics.
* Kim Newman, science fiction novelist, horror film expert, TV presenter and film critic, educated at Dr Morgan's Grammar School in Bridgwater.
The prosecution countered with two experts: Dr. Joel Fort, who, unsolicited, had previously offered favorable testimony in paid service to the defense team, which was refused ; and Dr. Harry L. Kozol, noted expert on brain disorders, sex offenders and high-profile mentally ill criminals.
The late forensic expert Dr. William Maples decided that the Tsarevitch Alexei and Anastasia's bodies were missing from the family's grave.
In an NPR interview, Middle East expert Dr. Jack Shaheen of Southern Illinois University cites Road To Morocco as " one of the most stereotypical films ever to come out of Hollywood.
In 1994, on the Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman first season episode " Vatman ", He played Dr. Fabian Leek, a cloning expert who creates a Superman clone that belonged to corporate mogul Lex Luthor ( John Shea ).
The online news source Ranger reported: Dr. Robert Rydell, head of the Humanities Institute at Montana State University and world's fair expert, said the American public lost interest in world's fairs in the 1990s after some disappointing world's fairs in the 1980s.
Dr Albert Schweitzer, theologian and famous Bach expert was a special lecturer at Mansfield and often performed on the chapel organ.
A major problem for Barry came with the appointment on 1 April 1840 of the ventilation expert Dr David Boswell Reid.
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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.
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.
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.
* 1786 – Mont Blanc on the French – Italian border is climbed for the first time by Jacques Balmat and Dr. Michel-Gabriel Paccard.
The projected union initially aroused great opposition: he did not consult with his father, who had been on vacation in Karlovy Vary and making arrangements to secure the hand of a German princess for his son, or his Prime Minister Dr. Vladan Đorđević, who was visiting the Paris Universal Exhibition at the time of the announcement.
After Sarah's death, Fleming married Dr. Amalia Koutsouri-Vourekas, a Greek colleague at St. Mary's, on 9 April 1953 ; she died in 1986.
The Executive Yuan approved Arbor Day in the spirit of Dr. Sun that year and has since been celebrated on March 12 for this purpose.
Born in 1855, Dr Leonard Cockayne ( generally recognised as the greatest botanist who has lived, worked, and died in New Zealand ) worked extensively on native plants throughout New Zealand and wrote many notable botanical texts.
Wilson's early efforts to help others become sober were ineffective, prompting Dr. Silkworth to suggest that Wilson place less stress on religion and more on " the science " of treating alcoholism.
In mid-December 1915, Dr. Alzheimer fell ill on the train on his way to the University of Breslau, where he had been appointed professor of psychiatry in 1912.
Dürer wrote of his desire to draw Luther in his diary in 1520: " And God help me that I may go to Dr. Martin Luther ; thus I intend to make a portrait of him with great care and engrave him on a copper plate to create a lasting memorial of the Christian man who helped me overcome so many difficulties.
* " Agent Orange in Vietnam: Recent Developments in Remediation: Testimony of Dr. Nguyen Thi Ngoc Phuong ", Subcommittee on Asia, the Pacific and the Global Environment, U. S. House of Representatives, Committee on Foreign Affairs.
Martin Cooper ( inventor ) | Dr. Martin Cooper of Motorola, made the first private handheld mobile phone call on a larger prototype model in 1973.
No other atypical studied ( risperidone, quetiapine, and ziprasidone ) did better than the typical perphenazine on the measures used, nor did they produce fewer adverse effects than the typical antipsychotic perphenazine ( a result supported by a meta-analysis by Dr. Leucht published in Lancet ), although more patients discontinued perphenazine owing to extrapyramidal effects compared to the atypical agents ( 8 % vs. 2 % to 4 %, P = 0. 002 ).
Cora arrives on the scene with the Cookie Jar's manager, Dr. Detmold, but he says that Fay has taken the records to identify the inmates.
He is believed to have moved in with Ziad Jarrah, who got a new apartment on Bougainvilla Dr. in Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, after both men gave the landlord photocopies of their German passports, which he later turned over to the FBI.
Haznawi was treated by Dr. Christos Tsonas, who gave him antibiotics for a small gash on his left calf.