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I was puzzled by the remark, then I recalled the voice of mild Professor Howard Griggs three years ago in a university lecture on primitive societies.
His next major work, completed in 1892, was a long fantastic epic in prose, entitled Hans Alienus, which Professor Book describes as a monument on the grave of his carefree and indolent youth.
But he was happy to tell her that his finances were now in such condition that he could go back to Harvard for a third year with Professor Baker.
Dr. Gordon N. Ray, Provost, Vice-President and Professor of English in the University of Illinois, was appointed Associate Secretary General.
When her brother Winslow became a student at Brown University in 1874, she wrote him about a course in history he was taking under Professor Diman: `` What is Prof. Diman's definition of civilization, and take the world through, is its progress ever onward, or does it retrograde at times??
Mark J. Hudson Professor of Anthropology at Nishikyushu University, Kanzaki, Saga, Japan, said Japan was settled by a " Proto-Mongoloid " population in the Pleistocene who became the Jōmon and their features can be seen in the Ainu and Okinawan people.
In 1918 he returned to St Mary's Hospital, where he was elected Professor of Bacteriology of the University of London in 1928.
He established his reputation publishing as a private scholar and, on the strength and quality of his work, was appointed Professor of Latin at University College London and later, at Cambridge.
The modern beef breed was developed in the 1950s by Professor Hanset, working at an artificial insemination centre in Liege province.
Later, I was told that Paustovski had wanted to give the funeral address, but it was in fact Professor Asmus who spoke.
More recently, William D. Rubinstein, Professor of Modern History at Aberystwyth University, Wales, wrote that Conservative politician and pro-Zionist Leo Amery, as Assistant Secretary to the British war cabinet in 1917, was the main author of the Balfour Declaration.
He was the Edgar Pierce Professor of Psychology at Harvard University from 1958 until his retirement in 1974 .< ref > Muskingum. edu
In 1950, he was appointed Raffles Professor of History at the newly-established University of Malaya in Singapore.
In this article, he also defended a comment made by Professor Griff in the past that he says was taken out of context by the media.
In 1930, Kerckhoff Marine Laboratory was established in Corona del Mar under the care of Professor George MacGinitie.
Thus he sought a position in astronomy, and in 1807 was appointed Professor of Astronomy and Director of the astronomical observatory in Göttingen, a post he held for the remainder of his life.
* Cyril Leo Heraclius, Prince Toumanoff ( born Toumanishvili ) ( 1913 – 1997 ), Russian-born historian and genealogist who was a Professor Emeritus at Georgetown University
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 ).
Charlotte's first manuscript, The Professor, did not secure a publisher, although she was heartened by an encouraging response from Smith, Elder & Co of Cornhill, who expressed an interest in any longer works which " Currer Bell " might wish to send.
Charlotte's first-written novel, The Professor, was published posthumously in 1857.
He was promoted to Professor of Surgical Science in the Department of Surgery at the University of Cape Town in 1972.
Among the many awards he received over the years, he was named Professor Emeritus in 1984.
To ensure that all aspects of the building's performance in strong winds will be acceptable, a detailed wind tunnel study was carried out by Professor Alan Davenport at the BLWT at the UWO.
The first publication of a bartenders ' guide which included cocktail recipes was in 1862 — How to Mix Drinks ; or, The Bon Vivant's Companion, by " Professor " Jerry Thomas.

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In 1995, Hofstadter's book Fluid Concepts & Creative Analogies: Computer Models of the Fundamental Mechanisms of Thought was the first book ever sold by Amazon. com.
This was bundled with " multimedia upgrade kits ", comprising a CD-ROM drive and a sound card, such as the Creative Labs Sound Blaster Pro.
This article was later reprinted in the book The Best of Creative Computing, Volume 1.
In addition to tabletop role-playing, LARP was preceded and possibly influenced by the Society for Creative Anachronism, childhood games of make believe, play fighting, costume parties, roleplay simulations, Commedia dell ' arte, improvisational theatre, psychodrama, military simulations, and historical reenactment groups.
Creative misspellings and ASCII-art-derived words were also a way to attempt to indicate one was knowledgeable about the culture of computer users.
The first synthesizer to run directly on a host computer's CPU was Reality, by Dave Smith's Seer Systems, which achieved a low latency through tight driver integration, and therefore could run only on Creative Labs soundcards.
He was a founding member of the Society for Creative Anachronism.
Space Quest III was written in Sierra's Creative Interpreter ( SCI ), which had 3-D capabilities.
The name " Society for Creative Anachronism " was coined by science fiction author Marion Zimmer Bradley, an early participant, when the nascent group needed an official name in order to reserve a park for a tournament.
" The Emmy for Outstanding Voice-Over Performance is a Creative Arts and not handed out during the primetime telecast and, prior to 2009, was a juried award without nominations.
* Reich Star A table-top RPG which takes place in 2134, it was published by Simon Bell and Ken Richardson ( 1991 ) under the name of " Creative Encounters ".
In 1977, a U. S. district court ruled that a curriculum in TM and the Science of Creative Intelligence that was being taught in some New Jersey schools was religious in nature and in violation of the First Amendment.
The movement was formally established with the formation of the Japanese Creative Print Society in 1918, however, it was commercially less successful, as Western collectors preferred the more traditionally Japanese look of shin-hanga.
Beth Swofford of the Creative Artists Agency arranged meetings for Mendes with studio figures in Los Angeles to see if film direction was a possibility.
This karuta set was produced by Discovery Creative under the supervision of Osaka City University Professor Nakagawa Makoto.
He was active in science fiction fandom and in the early years of the Society for Creative Anachronism under the name " Yang the Nauseating ", and co-founded the Great Dark Horde in 1971.
The first article in a general interest publication about Creative Commons, written by Hal Plotkin, was published in February 2002.
In January 2009, the Creative Commons Korea Association was consequently founded as a non-profit incorporated association.
The city was selected to become the headquarters of the European institution Acp / Ue and as a City of Literature by UNESCO's Creative Cities Network.
Digital audio ( PCM ) was not supported, a key feature supported by later competition ( such as the Creative Labs Sound Blaster.
Creative Labs was already Yamaha's biggest customer for music-based technology, generating a conflict of interest that delayed the Gold's development process.
According to critic David Ehrenstein, the term " Creative Accounting " was first used in 1968 in the film The Producers by Mel Brooks.
Senior deputy state coroner Jacqueline Milledge issued a statement saying responsibility was on the Big Day Out's promoters Creative Entertainment Australia, saying there was overwhelming evidence that crowd density was dangerous when Limp Bizkit went on stage.

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