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And so when Miss Langford came to teach at the one-room Chestnut school, where Jack was a pupil in the eighth grade, the Woman of Jack's mind assumed the teacher's face and figure.
He was crouched over his anvil in the courtyard getting his chisels into trim, when a splinter of steel flew into his eye and imbedded itself in his pupil.
An important formative influence was his elementary school teacher Mr Tachikawa, whose progressive educational practices ignited in his young pupil first a love of drawing and then an interest in education in general.
The most important was the study of the Peasants of Languedoc by Braudel's star pupil and successor Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie.
Among the last of his labors was the defense of the orthodoxy of his former pupil, Thomas Aquinas, whose death in 1274 grieved Albertus ( the story that he travelled to Paris in person to defend the teachings of Aquinas can not be confirmed ).
He was the pupil and successor of Gorgias and taught at Athens at the same time as Isocrates, whose rival and opponent he was.
Pobedonostsev awakened in his pupil little love of abstract study or prolonged intellectual exertion, but instilled into the young man's mind the belief that zeal for Russian Orthodox thought was an essential factor of Russian patriotism to be cultivated by every right-minded emperor.
Among his collaborators was Giovanni Maria Butteri and his main pupil was Giovanni Bizzelli.
While Stradivari's first known violin states that he was a pupil of Amati, the validity of his statement is questioned.
He was a pupil of Proclus in Athens, and taught at Alexandria for most of his life, writing commentaries on Plato, Aristotle, and other philosophers.
The most famous pupil of Ammonius Saccas was Plotinus who studied under Ammonius for eleven years.
Anaximenes was a pupil of Zoilus and, like his teacher, wrote a work on Homer.
This master returned to Venice, where he soon afterwards died ; but by the high terms in which he spoke of his pupil to Falier, the latter was induced to bring the young artist to Venice, whither he accordingly went, and was placed under a nephew of Torretto.
Antonio began his musical studies in his native town of Legnago ; he was first taught at home by his older brother Francesco Salieri ( a former student of the violinist and composer Giuseppe Tartini ), and he received further lessons from the organist of the Legnago Cathedral, Giuseppe Simoni, a pupil of Padre Giovanni Battista Martini.
Salieri quickly impressed the Emperor, and Gassmann was instructed to bring his pupil as often as he wished.
Albrecht's brother, Erhard Altdorfer, was also a painter and printmaker in woodcut and engraving, and a pupil of Lucas Cranach the Elder.
His pupil, successor, and eventual biographer Rimbert considered the visions of which this was the first to be the main motivation of the saint's life.
" One notable pupil was Enoch Powell.
On 9 February 1953, Bedlington Grammar School pupil Charlton was spotted playing for East Northumberland schools by Manchester United chief scout Joe Armstrong.
It was one of two antiquities of Hamilton's collection drawn for him by Francesco Progenie, a pupil of Pietro Fabris, who also contributed a number of drawings of Mount Vesuvius sent by Hamilton to the Royal Society in London.
When he was a 16-year-old pupil at St Paul's School in London, the lines about Humphry Davy came into his head during a science class.
Lucien Pissarro was taught painting by his father, and described him as a “ splendid teacher, never imposing his personality on his pupil .” Gauguin, who also studied under him, referred to Pissarro “ as a force with which future artists would have to reckon ”.

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His rabbinic education was acquired mainly at Tiberias, in the academy presided over by R. Johanan, with whom his relations were almost those of a son ( Yer.
Johanan ben Zakkai established that the shofar trumpets be blown at Jamnia and the surrounding places even if the festival fell on the Sabbath, while at one time this was done only in the Temple ( iv. 1 ); he also fixed the lulav outside of the Temple for seven days, and forbade the eating of new grain on the second day of Passover ( iv. 2 ); he extended the time for examining witnesses until the evening, and had them come to Jamnia even in the absence of the av bet din ( iv. 3 ).
According to the book it was written by Assaf ( or Assaph / Asaph ) Ben Berhiyahu ( son of Birhiyahu ) and Johanan Ben Zabda, who lived in Israel between the fourth and sixth century CE.
" R. Zera said in the name of R. Abbahu who quoted R. Johanan: These are the eighty thousand battle trumpets which assembled in the city of Bethar, when it was taken and men, women and children were slain in it until their blood ran into the Great Sea.
Among the sciences that Johanan ben Zakkai mastered was a knowledge of the solstices and the calendar ; i. e., the ability to compute the course of the sun and the moon ( Suk.

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Apollo Virotutis was worshipped, among other places, at Fins d ' Annecy ( Haute-Savoie ) and at Jublains ( Maine-et-Loire ).
* In 1980, Gérard d ' Aboville was the first man to cross the Atlantic Ocean rowing solo.
In the beginning of April 2012, when a new military Coup d ' état was under preparation, the Angolan regime decided to withdraw its military mission from Guinea-Bissau.
According to Burgess, the novel was a jeu d ' esprit written in just three weeks.
The custom of setting apart a special day for intercession for certain of the faithful on November 2 was first established by St. Odilo of Cluny ( d. 1048 ) at his abbey of Cluny in 998.
An early psychical researcher to propose an afterlife hypothesis was Edmund Fournier d ' Albe he wrote that at the moment of death the soul floats into the atmosphere.
It was successively renamed Annales d ' histoire sociale ( 1939 – 1942, 1945 ), Mélanges d ' histoire sociale ( 1942 – 1944 ), Annales.
An example from France was a flattering anagram for Cardinal Richelieu, comparing him to Hercules or at least one of his hands ( Hercules being a kingly symbol ), where " Armand de Richelieu " became " Ardue main d ' Hercule ".
Ampère's final work, published posthumously, was Essai sur la philosophie des sciences, ou exposition analytique d ' une classification naturelle de toutes les connaissances humaines (" Essay on the philosophy of science or analytical exposition on the natural classification of human knowledge ").
760 d. 18 February 814 ) was a Frank who served Charlemagne as a diplomat, abbot, poet and semi-son-in-law.
In 2003 the medal was awarded to Valéry Giscard d ' Estaing.
The Imam Hasan Ali Shah was born in 1804 in Kahak, Iran to Shah Khalil Allah, the 45th Ismaili Imam, and Bibi Sarkara, the daughter of Muhammad Sadiq Mahallati ( d. 1815 ), a poet and a Ni ‘ mat Allahi Sufi.
Alboin was assassinated on June 28, 572, in a coup d ' état instigated by the Byzantines.
Afonso de Albuquerque ( or archaically spelt as Aphonso d ' Albuquerque and also spelt as Alfonso, and Alphonso ; ; 1453December 16, 1515 ), 1st Duke of Goa, was a Portuguese fidalgo, or nobleman, an admiral whose military and administrative activities as second governor of Portuguese India conquered and established the Portuguese colonial empire in the Indian Ocean.
Even after the Norman Conquest, Ealdred still controlled some events in Worcester, and it was Ealdred, not Wulfstan, who opposed Urse d ' Abetot's attempt to extend the castle of Worcester into the cathedral after the Norman Conquest.
The mother of Alexios, Anna Dalassena, was to play a prominent role in this coup d ' état of 1081, along with the current empress, Maria of Alania.
Alexios V Doukas, surnamed Mourtzouphlos (, d. December 1205, Constantinople ) was Byzantine Emperor ( 5 February – 12 April 1204 ) during the second and final siege of Constantinople by the participants of the Fourth Crusade.
Hippolytus of Rome ( d. 235 ) is commonly considered to be the earliest antipope, as he headed a separate group within the Church in Rome against Pope Callixtus I. Hippolytus was reconciled to Callixtus's second successor, Pope Pontian, and both he and Pontian are honoured as saints by the Roman Catholic Church with a shared feast day on 13 August.
Alfonso XII ( born Alfonso Francisco de Asís Fernando Pío Juan María de la Concepción Gregorio Pelayo ) ( Madrid, 28 November 1857 – El Pardo, 25 November 1885 ) was King of Spain, reigning from 1874 to 1885, after a coup d ' état restored the monarchy and ended the ephemeral First Spanish Republic.
Anaximenes () of Miletus ( b. 585 BCE, d. 528 BCE ) was an Archaic Greek Pre-Socratic philosopher active in the latter half of the 6th century BC .< ref name =" lindberg28 "> Lindberg, David C. “ The Greeks and the Cosmos .” < u > The Beginnings of Western Science </ u >.
Amalric died of dysentery ( allegedly brought on by " a surfeit of white mullet ") or even poisoned at Saint Jean d ' Acre on 1 April 1205, just after his son Amalric and four days before his wife, and was buried at Saint Sophia, Nicosia.
His father died when he was two years old and he remained under the guardianship of his cousin, Guillaume Jourdain, count of Cerdagne ( d. 1109 ), until he was five.
In the Islamic times, a pseudo-etymology was produced by the historian Ahmad ibn Yahya al-Baladhuri ( d. 892 ) quoting a folk story that the town was presumably founded by one " Abbad bin Hosayn " from the Arabian Tribe of Banu Tamim, who established a garrison there during the governorship of Hajjaj in the Ummayad period.

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