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He founded and ran the widely circulated McClure's Magazine from June 1893 to 1911, when poor health and financial reorganization forced him out and many of his writers had defected to form their own magazine.
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In 1971 Kahane founded a new party, Kach, which ran in the 1973 elections under the name " The League List ".
Perhaps his most notable achievement was the Musica Viva concert series which he founded and ran for the rest of his life in Munich.
In 1992, a political party, the Natural Law Party ( NLP ) was founded based on the principles of TM and it ran candidates in ten countries before disbanding in 2004.
She also ran the Ministries of Labor and Health, founded and ran the charitable Eva Perón Foundation, championed women's suffrage in Argentina, and founded and ran the nation's first large-scale female political party, the Female Peronist Party.
His grandfather founded and built a prosperous lumber business, which his father later ran, though his father's natural talents lay more with sciences than with business.
Long " declared the founding of Almira and Greenville ran parallel, for both were founded on prayer.
It was founded in 1833, received its enabling Act of Parliament in 1835 and ran its first trains in 1838.
During World War II he founded, and ran from his Newcastle home, the short-lived Mourne Press, which failed in 1942.
The PIN Railroad ran from Weiser to an area about two miles from Meadows, thus creating the site of modern day New Meadows, founded in 1911.
Hanna City was founded in 1882 and named after William Hanna ( born 1827 ), who was president of the Peoria-Farmington Railroad, which ran through Hanna City.
The community was founded in about 1844 by Kerkimer Smith, an inn keeper who ran a stage coach line to Detroit.
Flaxville was founded in 1913 following the arrival of a Great Northern Railway branch line that eventually ran from Bainville to Opheim.
The town itself was founded by early settler David Palmer ( 1838-1876 ), who ran a trading post in the area.
Leith was founded in 1910 along a Milwaukee Road branch line that separated from the railroad's Pacific Extension in McLaughlin, South Dakota and ran to New England, North Dakota.
Solen was founded in 1910 along a Northern Pacific Railway branch line that ran from Mandan to Mott.
Lead was originally founded as a company town by the Homestake Mining Company, which ran the nearby Homestake Mine.
Chapmanville was founded in 1800 and named for an early settler named Ned Chapman, who owned a store and ran the post office.
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The Unitarian Service Committee of Canada, founded in 1945, was receiving considerable attention both in city newspapers and on television, so much so that the word “ Unitarian ” became a household world, though its meaning was not that widely known.
He is known for having founded the discipline of econometrics, and in 1933 to have created the widely used term pair macroeconomics / microeconomics.
Kansas City owner Lamar Hunt was the person who founded the AFL, while Green Bay was widely considered one of the better teams in NFL history ( even if they couldn't claim to be founding members of their own league ).
Limited animation was originally founded as an artistic device, though it was soon used widely as a cost-cutting measure rather than an aesthetic method.
According to the most widely held theory, the city was founded by the Lombards before the 8th century as a fortified camp on the slope of the hill where the castle stands.
It came at a time when the Irish Volunteers was founded and the book was widely used by this group also.
The Mont Pelerin Society was founded in 1947 by Friedrich Hayek to bring together the widely scattered neoliberal thinkers and political figures.
This newspaper was founded in 1977 by a former Conservative councillor on Merton Council, but since then the paper has been sold on and it is now widely published in different editions across South London.
* Cartoon Network, founded 1992, was perhaps the fastest growing network aimed primarily at children ; thanks to extensive support from sister networks TBS and TNT, it was widely popular within five years of its launch.
It is the most widely circulated newspaper published in Washington, D. C., and oldest extant in the area, founded in 1877.
During the late 1980s and early 1990s, Rollerblade, Inc., a company founded by Scott and Brennan Olson in Minneapolis, Minnesota, widely promoted inline skating ; they were so successful that their trademarked name Rollerblade became synonymous with inline skates.
The Society of Jesus founded colleges and made education more widely available, but it also created great instability in Portuguese education, setting itself up as a rival of the University of Coimbra, often taking a conservative position against any innovation.
Although the term scolae grammaticales was not widely used until the 14th century, the earliest such schools appeared from the sixth century, e. g. the King's School, Canterbury ( founded 597 ) and the King's School, Rochester ( 604 ).
Bielefeld is home to the widely known Bielefeld Children's Choir ( Bielefelder Kinderchor ), founded in 1932 and in the postwar era famed for its recordings of traditional German Christmas carols.
After the war, when Emile Boutmy founded the Ecole libre des sciences politiques ( which later became the Institut d ' Etudes Politiques de Paris or, as it is more widely known, Sciences Po ).
The US is founded on certain principles, values, and beliefs, and at the same time, has a diverse and widely recognizable popular culture.
It is widely accepted that a GmbH is formed in three stages: the founding association, which is regarded as a private partnership with full liability of the founding partners / members ; the founded company ( often styled as " GmbH i. G.
In 1970, with Micheline Rozan, Brook founded the International Centre for Theatre Research, a multinational company of actors, dancers, musicians and others which travelled widely in the Middle East and Africa in the early 1970s.
The Freeman is widely considered to be an important forerunner to the conservative National Review, founded by William F. Buckley, Jr., which from the start included many of the same contributing editors.
It was founded by Dame Cicely Saunders, widely regarded as the founder of the modern hospice movement.
The Catalan Company of the East (, ), officially the Magnas Societas Catalanorum, sometimes called the Grand Company and widely known as the Catalan Company, was a free company of mercenaries founded by Roger de Flor in the early 14th-century.
Another company, Tovarna Vozil Maribor ( TVM, " Maribor Vehicle Factory "), was founded in 2001 and was widely seen as its successor.
USSB was founded in 1981 by Hubbard Broadcasting founder Stanley S. Hubbard, who is widely considered to be the father of modern satellite broadcasting.
It was widely expected that Brennan would join the Progressive Democrats when they were founded by O ' Malley in 1985 but instead he remained within Fianna Fáil.