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For it she won the National Book Award for Most Distinguished Novel of 1936
For example in 1936 the Canadian government had successful cross-breed 30 cattalos.
For Japan this policy dated back to 1936 and was continued under the US Occupation.
For special praise, they have singled out her performance in " Waltz in Swing Time " from Swing Time ( 1936 ), which is generally considered to be the most virtuosic partnered routine ever committed to film by Astaire.
For example, with his sister Adele, he co-introduced the Gershwins ' " I'll Build a Stairway to Paradise " from Stop Flirting ( 1923 ), " Fascinating Rhythm " in Lady, Be Good ( 1924 ), " Funny Face " in Funny Face ( 1927 ); and, in duets with Ginger Rogers, he presented Irving Berlin's " I'm Putting all My Eggs in One Basket " in Follow the Fleet ( 1936 ), Jerome Kern's " Pick Yourself Up " and " A Fine Romance " in Swing Time ( 1936 ), along with The Gershwins ' " Let's Call The Whole Thing Off " from Shall We Dance ( 1937 ).
For several decades, Riley sustained a healthy coal mining industry including a strip mine just south of town operated by the Maumee Colleries Company as late as 1936.
For three weeks in February 1936 he was in Wigan, the longest single stop he would make ; March was allotted to Yorkshire-Sheffield, Leeds, Barnsley.
For this reason the office had its role increasingly diminished until it was abolished entirely in 1937, retroactively applied to 1936.
For a brief period from 1936 to 1937, following the abolition of the office of Governor-General, certain of the Governor-General's functions were transferred to the Ceann Comhairle, who was assigned the role of signing bills into law and convening and dissolving the Dáil.
For example, Lojze Bratuž, a Slovene choirmaster who led several Slovene language church choirs and resisted the persecution of Slovenes in the area around Gorizia, was arrested on 27 December 1936, tortured and forced to drink petrol and engine oil and died because of it.
For her next major work in 1936, her ' classic monograph on ego psychology and defense mechanisms, Anna Freud drew on her own clinical experience, but relied on her father's writings as the principal and authoritative source of her theoretical insights '.
For the Royal Philharmonic Society he performed Moeran's Nocturne ( for baritone, chorus and orchestra ) under Adrian Boult in 1936, and Dona Nobis Pacem and the Sea Symphony ( with Isobel Baillie ) under Ralph Vaughan Williams at the composer's 70th birthday concert in November 1942.
For example, during the 1936 season at the Chautauqua Institution, in anticipation of the national election held that year for president, visitors heard not only addresses by Franklin Roosevelt and his Republican challenger Alf Landon, but from two third-party candidates.
For his study of acetylcholine as agent in the chemical transmission of nerve impulses ( neurotransmission ) he shared the 1936 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine with Otto Loewi.
For his 50th birthday, in April 1936, Thälmann received greetings from around the world, including from Maxim Gorky and Heinrich Mann.
For the first time since 1936, the Socialists scored better in the polls than the Communists, becoming the main left-wing party, but their defeat caused an internal crisis.
For editions with critical apparatus see Willcock and Walker's Cambridge edition of 1936 and Whigham and Rebhorn's new critical edition ( Cornell UP, 2007 ).
For two years he hesitated, but accepted the call in early 1936 and became chieftain, until removed from this office by the government in 1952.
For this contribution to maintaining the morale of the populace of London, King George VI awarded her with the Dame Commander of the British Empire ( DBE ) in 1941 ; having previously been created a CBE in 1936.
For financing the project Himmler founded in 1936 the " Gesellschaft zur Förderung und Pflege deutscher Kulturdenkmäler e. V.
He starred in twelve B-movie Westerns for Grand National, including Headin ' For The Rio Grande ( 1936 ), and Trouble In Texas ( 1937 ) co-starring Rita Hayworth ( then known as Rita Cansino ).
For the first time since 1936, the PCF lost its place as " first left-wing party ", which the Socialists assumed.
For the Fort Worth Frontier Days fair ( 1936 – 37 ), he constructed the huge elaborate dinner theatre Casa Mañana which featured stripper Sally Rand and the world's largest revolving stage.

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For weeks I wandered about this neighborhood of warehouses and garages, truck terminals and taxi repair shops, gasoline pumps and longshoremen's lunch counters, yet never did I cease to feel myself a stranger there.
For lawyers, reflecting perhaps their parochial preferences, there has been a special fascination since then in the role played by the Supreme Court in that transformation -- the manner in which its decisions altered in `` the switch in time that saved nine '', President Roosevelt's ill-starred but in effect victorious `` Court-packing plan '', the imprimatur of judicial approval that was finally placed upon social legislation.
For one thing, there is a natural belt of rock across the river bed ; ;
For example, there are persons who are in physical science, in the field of mineralogy, trained in crystallography, who use only X-rays, applying only the powder technique of X-ray diffraction, to clay minerals only, and who have spent the last fifteen years concentrating on the montmorillonites ; ;
For Rachel, conceded to be the prettiest of the Szold girls -- and she did make a pretty picture sitting in the grape-arbor strumming her guitar and singing in her silvery tones -- there was no particular March counterpart ; ;
For his part, Thompson had explained in a previous letter that there would be nothing but an honorable friendship between Katie and himself.
For there is also the `` face of reality '' in the form of the individual's perceptions of his own abilities and interests, of the objective possibilities open to him, of the familial and other social pressures to which he is exposed.
For a few minutes there was nothing to hear.
For one thing, there wasn't going to be any ceremony at all this year.
For a while there was such shrill girlish commotion I couldn't have made myself heard if I'd had the equivalent of the message to Garcia.
For every person on Taiwan, there are sixty in Mainland China.
For the old preacher who had been there twenty-five years was dead, and the city mourned him.
For it is such a distinguished place, with such fine works of art and such a big library, that there can be little doubt but that the owner has become depraved by all this culture.
For a moment she thought of answering with the truth but she knew there were men who shied away from virginity, who demanded some degree of education in body as well as mind.
For the moment there was no woman in his life, and it was this vacuum that had given Claire her opportunity.
For what Sam Rayburn's life in this House teaches us is that loyalty and character are not divisive and there is no such thing as being for your country and neglecting your district.
For those communities which have financial difficulties in effecting adjustments, there are a number of alternatives any one of which alone, or in combination with others, would minimize if not even eliminate the problem.
For, granting that there are great present-day problems to be solved, these problems make great demands ; ;
Chicago was also a welcome host: there, in 1921, Prokofieff conducted the world premiere of the Love For Three Oranges, and played the first performance of his Third Piano Concerto.
For large letters, e.g. thermoformed of acrylic or butyrate, there are other techniques.
For four of the six ( the anaconda and the amethystine python cannot be included for lack of data ) there is also a correlation between size at maturity and maximum length, the boa constrictor being the smallest and the Indian python the next in size at the former stage.
For an experiment to qualify as a binomial experiment, it must have four properties: ( 1 ) there must be a fixed number of trials, ( 2 ) each trial must result in a `` success '' or a `` failure '' ( a binomial trial ), ( 3 ) all trials must have identical probabilities of success, ( 4 ) the trials must be independent of each other.
For example, the steering committee might announce that the group felt a topic under study should not be dropped for an additional week as there was still too much of it untouched.
For a number of years, there have been sporadic attempts in California to organize farm workers.
For instance, there have been two Presidential Commissions on higher education since World War 2.

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