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He then moved to the University of Michigan, where for many years he directed the Creative Writing MFA program.
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The whole thing, from the moment when they jumped heavily off the trucks, spread out and moved into position just behind the cover of that slight rise of ground and then jumped off, took maybe between twenty and thirty minutes.
then his mind moved on to be confronted by something far more serious, and as the thought expanded, the implications jarred him.
`` It's like banging a shin '', he said, his eyes lingered on Nick's face, then moved back to Elaine.
I touched it and the coolness, the ice-feeling, was gone, and even then it moved a little, perhaps a tiny spasm of the dead muscles, and I hoped that it was truly dead, so that I would not have to kill it.
The family moved north across the Ohio River to free ( i. e., non-slave ) territory and made a new start in what was then Perry County but is now Spencer County, Indiana.
From the neolithic age Asia Minor was the route of the forward-Asiatic cultural stream which moved from the Near East to the west and spread the agriculture to the east coasts of Greece and Crete during the 5th millennium BC and then to the Balkan region and the whole of Europe.
After being wounded in a leg and suffering other injuries, he moved to North America in 1916 ( first to Canada, then the United States ) to coordinate the shipment of artillery to Russia.
While the engine installation crew works on the second car, the first car can be moved to the hood station and fitted with a hood, then to the wheels station and be fitted with wheels.
When the third car ’ s engine has been mounted, it then can be moved to the hood station ; meanwhile, subsequent cars ( if any ) can be moved to the engine installation station.
The LOC included Launch Complex 39, a Launch Control Center, and a 130 million cubic foot ( 3. 7 million cubic meter ) Vehicle Assembly Building in which the space vehicle ( launch vehicle and spacecraft ) would be assembled on a Mobile Launcher Platform and then moved by a transporter to one of several launch pads.
He then moved southward into Greece, where he sacked Piraeus ( the port of Athens ) and destroyed Corinth, Megara, Argos, and Sparta.
In 1787, he was admitted to the bar, and moved to Jonesborough, in what was then the Western District of North Carolina.
The club then moved to St. Louis, Missouri, in and played in that city through ( sometimes referred to as the " Football Cardinals " and / or the " Big Red " to avoid confusion with the Major League Baseball St. Louis Cardinals ).
Once these projects have been approved by the United States Air Force or other agencies such as the CIA, and are ready to be announced to the public, operations of the aircraft are then moved to a normal air force base.
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( After graduation from the University of Chicago, Paula taught for two years in the normal school at Valley City, North Dakota, then two years at Princeton ( Illinois ) Township High School.
For, after leaving the Army in 1956, I spent five years in Graduate School first at Boston College and then at the University of Toronto.
Skorich, who is 39 years old, played football at Cincinnati University and then had a three-year professional career as a lineman under Jock Sutherland with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
She took postgraduate work at the University of Grenoble in France and then returned to London to work on market research with an advertising firm.
It was then that he began to study the principles of law and administration under Konstantin Pobedonostsev, then a professor of civil law at Moscow State University and later ( from 1880 ) chief procurator of the Holy Synod of the Orthodox Church in Russia.
In 1916 he then enrolled to study architecture at the Helsinki University of Technology, graduating in 1921.
During that time, while studying at Kabul University, Massoud became involved with the Sazman-i Jawanan-i Musulman (" Organization of Muslim Youth "), the student branch of the Jamiat-i Islami (" Islamic Society "), whose chairman then was professor Burhanuddin Rabbani.
Hill then became an assistant professor at the Evangelical Christian O. W. Coburn School of Law at Oral Roberts University where she taught from 1983 to 1986.
In 1992 a feminist group began a nationwide fundraising campaign and then obtained matching state funds to endow a professorship at the University of Oklahoma Law School in honor of Hill.
She then read Latin at Birmingham University and later attended Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford, to read Philosophy, Politics and Economics ( PPE ).
She worked for Unilever ( 1973 – 75 ) and then as an administrator at the University of London ( 1975 – 87 ) before entering Parliament.
Founded first as the Bursa University then renamed to Uludağ University in 1982, the university has a student body of 47, 000, one of the largest in Turkey.
Broadway then runs past the proposed uptown campus of Columbia University, and the main campus of CUNY — City College ; the beautiful Gothic buildings of the original City College campus are out of sight, a block to the east.
The popular view can be summarized in an essay published in 1965, the then Captain Robert O ’ Neill, Professor of the History of War at the Oxford University.
From then on, most Republican candidates for local and statewide offices sought the endorsement of Bob Jones III and greeted faculty / staff voters at the University Dining Common.
Their plans fell far short of their desires, and collaboration was then begun with the State of California, which culminated in 1868 with the creation of the public University of California.
The quake produced a furrow in the ground along the fault line in Berkeley, across the grounds of the new State Asylum for the Deaf, Dumb and Blind then under construction, which was noted by one early University of California professor.
The first president ( Henry Dunster ), the first benefactor ( John Harvard ), and the first schoolmaster ( Nathaniel Eaton ) of Harvard were all Cambridge University alumni, as was the then ruling ( and first ) governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, John Winthrop.
He then attended Haileybury College, and University College, Oxford, where he graduated with a Second Class Honours BA in Modern History in 1904.
In 1925, the school established a department of geology and hired William Bennett Munro, then chairman of the division of History, Government, and Economics at Harvard University, to create a division of humanities and social sciences at Caltech.
On November 2, 1988, Robert Tappan Morris, a Cornell University computer science graduate student, unleashed what became known as the Morris worm, disrupting an estimated 10 % of the computers then on the Internet and prompting the formation of the CERT Coordination Center and Phage mailing list.
The process – carried out partly at “ revolutionary universities ” and partly within prisons – was investigated and reported upon by Robert Jay Lifton, then Research Professor of Psychiatry at Yale University: see Lifton ( 1961 ).