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His first inaugural address speaks of `` my country whose voice I can never hear but with veneration and love ''.
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The award became national in 1947 ; Jackie Robinson, the Brooklyn Dodgers ' first baseman, won the inaugural award.
His first act was to appoint the inaugural Prime Minister, Edmund Barton, since the first federal elections were not held until March.
He was also the first Scots Makar ( the official national poet ), appointed by the inaugural Scottish government in 2004.
The first president of the College, Adonijah Welch, briefly stayed at the Farm House and even wrote his inaugural speech in a bedroom on the second floor.
Following at least ten preparatory meetings over the years, the Authority held its first inaugural meeting in its host country, Jamaica, on 16 November 1994, the day the Convention came into force.
The organizers invited a number of other progressive artists to join them in their inaugural exhibition, including the older Eugène Boudin, whose example had first persuaded Monet to adopt plein air painting years before.
* 1895 – The inaugural run of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad's Royal Blue from Washington, D. C., to New York, New York, the first U. S. passenger train to use electric locomotives.
He was selected for six consecutive All-Star Games from 1949 to 1954, was the recipient of the inaugural MLB Rookie of the Year Award in 1947, and won the National League Most Valuable Player Award in 1949 — the first black player so honored.
The team was quickly built through a number of trades engineered by its first General Manager, Cedric Tallis, including a trade for Lou Piniella, who won the Rookie of the Year during the Royals ' inaugural season.
The first professional football team in Miami, and in the state of Florida, were the Miami Seahawks, who played in the All-America Football Conference ( AAFC ) during its inaugural 1946 season.
Nawal El Moutawakel () ( born on April 15, 1962 in Casablanca ) is a Moroccan hurdler, who won the inaugural women's 400 m hurdles event at the 1984 Summer Olympics, thereby becoming the first female Muslim born on the continent of Africa to become an Olympic champion.
Lyne was unable to do so and returned his commission in favour of Edmund Barton, who became the first prime minister and led the inaugural government into and beyond the election.
In 1987 the first Rugby World Cup was held in New Zealand and Australia, and the inaugural winners were New Zealand.
Slipher first reports on his measurement in the inaugural volume of the Lowell Observatory Bulletin.
* 1950 – Darlington Raceway is the site of the inaugural Southern 500, the first 500-mile NASCAR race.
Shortly after releasing the first Surrealist Manifesto, the Surrealists published the inaugural issue of La Révolution surréaliste.
The Legend of Zelda franchise is the inaugural recipient of Spike TV's first ever Video Game Hall of Fame award.
According to the Joint Congressional Committee on Presidential Inaugurations, George Washington added the words " So help me God " during his first inaugural, though this has been disputed.
There are no contemporaneous sources for this fact, and no eyewitness sources to Washington's first inaugural mention the phrase at all — including those that transcribed what he said for his oath.
Abraham Lincoln, in his first inaugural address on March 4, 1861, specifically referenced the Corwin Amendment:
The inaugural speech was given by influential professor of theology Gisbertus Voetius, and Bernardus Schotanus ( professor of law and mathematics ) was the university's first rector magnificus.
The organizers invited a number of other progressive artists to join them in their inaugural exhibition, including the slightly older Eugène Boudin, whose example had first persuaded Monet to take up plein air painting years before.
* September 29 – The London and North Eastern Railway's first A4 Class locomotive A4 2509 Silver Link makes her inaugural journey from London Kings Cross.
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So it is that we relive his opening statement in the first television address with the dramatic immediacy of the present.
The address of the first cell and the number of cells used is written in the information cell for the form.
The President spent much of the week-end at his summer home on Cape Cod writing the first drafts of portions of the address with the help of White House aids in Washington with whom he talked by telephone.
In his opening address Wednesday the Rev. Mr. Zimmerman, urged the delegates to consider a 10-year expansion program, with `` Breakthrough '' the theme for the first two years.
* 1942 – Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands becomes the first reigning queen to address a joint session of the United States Congress.
First conceived during the Presidency of Dwight D. Eisenhower as a three-man spacecraft to follow the one-man Project Mercury which put the first Americans in space, Apollo was later dedicated to President John F. Kennedy's national goal of " landing a man on the Moon and returning him safely to the Earth " by the end of the 1960s, which he proposed in a May 25, 1961 address to Congress.
On May 25, 1961, twenty days after the first US manned spaceflight Freedom 7, Kennedy proposed the Apollo program to Congress in a special address to a joint session:
If the valid element indices begin at 0, the constant B is simply the address of the first element of the array.
However, one can choose the index of the first element by an appropriate choice of the base address B.
Norman Spector called, in The Globe and Mail, for Prime Minister Stephen Harper to address the issue of the act's bar on Catholics, saying that Phillips ' marriage to Kelly would be the first time the provisions of the act would bear directly on Canada – Phillips would be barred from acceding to the Canadian throne because he married a Roman Catholic Canadian.
On February 15, 1993, Clinton made his first address to the nation, announcing his plan to raise taxes to cap the budget deficit.
In 2010, Clinton announced support of, and delivered the keynote address for, the inauguration of NTR, Ireland's first environmental foundation.
The term " Canadian English " is first attested in a speech by the Reverend A. Constable Geikie in an address to the Canadian Institute in 1857.
A circular, published on, gave the address of VCheka's first headquarters as " Petrograd, Gorokhovaya 2, 4th floor ".
This was actually the formal name of a person, used by older people to address him, and the one he would use the most in the first decades of his life ( as the person grew older, younger generations would have to use one of the courtesy names instead ).
Malcolm Willits was the first person to learn Barks's name and address, but two brothers named John and Bill Spicer became the first fans to contact Barks after independently discovering the same information.
According to Bent Corydon, Hubbard created the illusion that Dianetics was the first psychotherapy to address traumatic experiences in their own time, but others had done so as standard procedure.
* In some regions, such as the Southern United States, " Doctor " is traditionally added to the first name of people holding doctorates, where it is used in either direct or indirect familiar address.
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