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he became Otto Klemperer's personal assistant at the Cologne Opera, and a year later was promoted to the position of regular conductor.
Each was her mother's assistant and confidante ; ;
He was in London `` searching records for our town's causes '' in 1600 with young Henry Sturley, the assistant schoolmaster.
Here again it was vacation time and there were many things I could not see, but I was able to visit with a professor who is famous in Japanese circles and be guided through the grounds by his assistant.
Vincent G. Ierulli has been appointed temporary assistant district attorney, it was announced Monday by Charles E. Raymond, District Attorney.
He was there one season before rejoining the Steelers as an assistant coach.
His chelas were required to assume the matsyendra posture dressed in hand-woven diapers while he read aloud from Rig-Veda and an assistant guru examined their purses in another room -- nothing was stolen ; ;
During his five years as an assistant director, Kurosawa worked under numerous directors, but by far the most important figure in his development was Kajiro Yamamoto.
In the last of Kurosawa's films as an assistant director, Horse ( Uma, 1941 ), Kurosawa took over most of the production, as Yamamoto was occupied with the shooting of another film.
Kurosawa soon realized that the potential earnings from his scripts were much higher than what he was paid as an assistant director.
In An Autobiography Christie admits, " I was still writing in the Sherlock Holmes tradition – eccentric detective, stooge assistant, with a Lestrade-type Scotland Yard detective, Inspector Japp ".
His assistant was Elizabeth Palmer Peabody, later replaced by Margaret Fuller.
Born on June 24, 1835, she was named Elizabeth Peabody Alcott in honor of the teaching assistant at the Temple School.
Alcott was rejected by most public opinion and, by the summer of 1837, he had only 11 students left and no assistant after Margaret Fuller moved to Providence, Rhode Island.
There is no distinction made in Scotland between assault and battery ( which is not a term used in Scots law ), although, as in England and Wales, assault can be occasioned without a physical attack on another's person, as demonstrated in Atkinson v. HM Advocate wherein the accused was found guilty of assaulting a shop assistant by simply jumping over a counter wearing a ski mask.
Although he was in charge of the project for the papal villa, the Villa Pamphili, now Villa Doria Pamphili, outside the Porta San Pancrazio in Rome, he may have had professional guidance on the design of the casino from the architect / engineer Girolamo Rainaldi and help with supervising its construction from his assistant Giovanni Francesco Grimaldi.
His research also involved the study of auroral phenomena, which he conducted with his assistant Olof Hiorter, and he was the first to suggest a connection between the aurora borealis and changes in the magnetic field of the Earth.
He was not given a graduate assistant for many years and was relegated to teach mainly in the education school or Rabbinical school, not in the academic graduate program.
" By the Way " was originally a column in the Globe, consisting of unsigned humorous pieces ; P. G. Wodehouse was assistant editor of the column from August 1903 and editor from August 1904 to May 1909, during which time he was assisted by Herbert Westbrook.
Walsh was coaching in Fremont when he interviewed for an assistant coaching position with Marv Levy, who had just been hired as the head coach at the University of California, Berkeley.
As a Raider assistant, Walsh was trained in the vertical passing offense favored by Al Davis, putting Walsh in Davis's mentor Sid Gillman's coaching tree.

was and counsel
After Quiney was elected bailiff in September, 1601, without Greville's approval, Greene wrote him that Coke had promised to be of counsel for Stratford and had advised `` that the office of bayly may be exercised as it is taken upon you, ( Sr. Edwardes his consent not beinge hadd to the swearinge of you ) ''.
He was fatherly in his handling of all subjects with me and tremendously wise in his counsel.
Counsel for the Government invited Du Pont's views on this proposal before recommending a specific program, but stated that if the court desired, or if counsel for Du Pont thought further discussion would not be profitable, the Government was prepared to submit a plan within thirty days.
The plan was supported by Frederick P. Fish, counsel for the National Automobile Chamber of Commerce.
The disclosure by Charles Bellows, chief defense counsel, startled observers and was viewed as the prelude to a quarrel between the six attorneys representing the eight former policemen now on trial.
Petitions asking for a jail term for Norristown attorney Julian W. Barnard will be presented to the Montgomery County Court Friday, it was disclosed Tuesday by Horace A. Davenport, counsel for the widow of the man killed last Nov. 1 by Barnard's hit-run car.
Alfred the Great (, " elf counsel "; 849 – 26 October 899 ) was King of Wessex from 871 to 899.
He was far better in counsel than in fluent or ornate speech.
Although Cambria Iron and Steel's facilities were heavily damaged by the flood, they returned to full production within a year .. After the flood, Carnegie built Johnstown a new library to replace the one built by Cambria's chief legal counsel Cyrus Elder, which was destroyed in the flood.
The right to counsel in criminal trials was initially not accepted in some adversarial systems.
As a consequence, it was only in 1836 that England allowed suspects of felonies the right to have legal counsel ( the Prisoners ' Counsel Act 1836 ).
Appointment of counsel for indigent defendants was nearly universal in federal felony cases, though it varied considerably in state cases.
It was not until 1963 that the U. S. Supreme Court declared that legal counsel must be provided at the expense of the state for indigent felony defendants, under the federal Sixth Amendment, in state courts.
In 1905, he was appointed as counsel to the New York state legislative " Stevens Gas Commission ", a committee investigating utility rates.
TFI's founder and prophetic leader, David Berg, who was first called " Moses David " in the Texas press, communicated with his followers via Mo Letters — letters of instruction and counsel on myriad spiritual and practical subjects — until his death in late 1994.
" This decision was criticized by Clark Neily, Institute for Justice senior attorney and legal counsel to Pensacola families using Florida Opportunity Scholarships, as, " educational policymaking.
While colloquially, a person may term a law suit to be frivolous if he or she personally finds a claim to be absurd, in legal usage " frivolous litigation " consists of a claim or defense that is presented where the party ( or the party's legal counsel ) had reason to know that the claim or defense was manifestly insufficient or futile.
John Elliot, however, suggests that the notion of Silvanus as secretary or author or drafter of 1 Peter represents little more than a counsel of despair and introduces more problems than it solves because the Greek rendition of 5: 12 suggests that Silvanus was not the secretary, but the courier / bearer of 1Peter.
According to a statement in July 2009 by a legal counsel of the Honduras military, Colonel Herberth Bayardo Inestroza, the Honduran military was opposed to President Manuel Zelaya, whom the military had removed from Honduras a few days earlier, because of his left-wing politics.
In practice sessions before the trip, Kennedy had run through a number of sentences, even paragraphs, to recite in German ; in these sessions, he was helped by Margaret Plischke, a translator working for the US State Department ; by Ted Sorensen, Kennedy's counsel and habitual speechwriter ; and by an interpreter, Robert Lochner, who had grown up in Berlin.
The cross examination was conducted by Shri P N Lekhi, the defence counsel.
His primary purpose for creating her was to have a companion which voiced honest opinions about his plans, and to give him an extra voice of reason to counsel him on his obsessive quest for the Black Lantern energy.
Government attempts to obtain incriminating statement related to the offense charged from the defendant by overt interrogation or surreptitious means is a critical stage and any information thus obtained is subject to suppression unless the government can show that an attorney was present or the defendant knowingly, voluntarily and intelligently waived his right to counsel.
Defense counsel for Sun Myung Moon instead asserted use of the word in the jury selection process was necessary to identify the Unification Church and to question jurors about possible prejudice.
McVeigh was represented by a defense counsel team of six principal attorneys led by Stephen Jones.

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