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These publications replaced the U. S. Naval Medical Bulletin, published continuously from 1907 through 1959, as well as the Navy's Hospital Corps Quarterly and the Bulletin of the U. S. Army Medical Department, published from 1922 to 1949.
Although Miller noted in 1907 that a difference in the pleural blood supply existed between animals, nowhere in his published works is it found that he did a comparative study of the intrapulmonary features of various mammalian lungs other than in the dog and cat ( Miller, '13 ; ;
In addition to Triumphant Democracy ( 1886 ), and The Gospel of Wealth ( 1889 ), he also wrote An American Four-in-hand in Britain ( 1883 ), Round the World ( 1884 ), The Empire of Business ( 1902 ), The Secret of Business is the Management of Men ( 1903 ), James Watt ( 1905 ) in the Famous Scots Series, Problems of Today ( 1907 ), and his posthumously published autobiography Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie ( 1920 ).
In some published editions of the Bible, 1 & 2 Chronicles, Ezra, and Nehemiah have been presented together as a single book, for example, in The Modern Reader's Bible ( 1907 ) and The Books of the Bible ( 2007 ).
From the moment Mark Twain published his 1907 attack on Christian Science, the Church, and Mary Baker Eddy, herself, Christian Science has been subject to significant criticism and public controversy.
This Italian manuscript formed the basis for the most commonly circulated English version, a translation undertaken by Lonsdale and Laura Ragg and published in 1907.
Jacob Piatt Dunn published The Word Hoosier in 1907, a serious study into the origin of the term " Hoosier " as a term used to describe the citizens of Indiana.
In 1907, he published a book entitled Associational Anarchism, in which he advocated the " free association of independent individuals .".
* 1907The first issue of the Georgian Bolshevik newspaper Dro is published.
In 1907 Ernest Rutherford published " Radiation of the α Particle from Radium in passing through Matter.
A weekly journal of Christian liberalism and socialism titled The New Age was published as early as 1894 ; it was sold to a group of socialist writers headed by Alfred Richard Orage and Holbrook Jackson in 1907.
The first pentomino problem, written by Henry Dudeney was published in 1907 in the Canterbury Puzzles.
Nevertheless, after reading the latter, the writer George Moore suggested to Edmund that it contained " the germ of a great book ," which Edmund Gosse first published anonymously as Father and Son in 1907.
The first person in the Anglo-American tradition to use the term " social geography " was George Wilson Hoke, whose paper The Study of Social Geography was published in 1907, yet there is no indication it had any academic impact.
However, not until 1943 did Friedrich Laibach ( who had published the chromosome number in 1907 ) propose arabidopsis as a model organism.
In 1907, the original manuscript was published and entitled The Story of Venus and Tannhäuser.
A third variation on the song, with a slightly different chorus, was published in 1907.
Famous illustrators for British editions include: Arthur Boyd Houghton, John Tenniel, John Everett Millais and George John Pinwell for Dalziel's Illustrated Arabian Nights Entertainments, published in 1865 ; Walter Crane for Aladdin's Picture Book ( 1876 ); Albert Letchford for the 1897 edition of Burton ’ s translation ; Edmund Dulac for Stories from the Arabian Nights ( 1907 ), Princess Badoura ( 1913 ) and Sindbad the Sailor & Other Tales from the Arabian Nights ( 1914 ).
Ion Dragoumis, who was Delta's lover and was deeply involved in that struggle, in 1907 published the book Martyron kai Iroon Aima ( Martyrs ’ and Heroes ’ Blood ), which was full of resentment towards everything Bulgarian.
Taking an interest in literature, Foucault was an avid reader of the book reviews authored by the philosopher Maurice Blanchot ( 1907 – 2003 ), which were published in the Nouvelle Revue Française.
In 1907, Yerkes published his first book, The Dancing Mouse.
This essay was later published in book form in 1907 as The Star in the West.
Nevertheless, in February 1907 Shackleton presented his plans for an Antarctic expedition to the Royal Geographic Society, the details of which, under the name British Antarctic Expedition, were published in the Royal Society's newsletter, Geographic Journal.
In 1907 Apollinaire, commenting about Matisse in an article published in La Falange, said, " We are not here in the presence of an extravagant or an extremist undertaking: Matisse's art is eminently reasonable.

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* 1907 – Count Alexander Izvolsky and Sir Arthur Nicolson sign the St. Petersburg Convention, which results in the Triple Entente alliance.
The Bronx once had its own daily newspaper, The Bronx Home News, which started publishing on January 20, 1907 and merged into the New York Post in 1948.
At first the predictions of Einstein's formula were seemingly refuted by a series of experiments by Svedberg in 1906 and 1907, which gave displacements of the particles as 4 to 6 times the predicted value, and by Henri in 1908 who found displacements 3 times greater than Einstein's formula predicted.
The groundwork for the modern bikini began to be laid in 1907, when Australian swimmer and performer Annette Kellerman was arrested on a Boston beach for wearing a form-fitting one-piece swimsuit, which became an accepted beach attire for women by 1910.
Bundaberg rum was first produced in 1888, production ceased from 1907 to 1914 and from 1936 to 1939 after fires, the second of which caused rum from the factory to spill into the nearby Burnett River.
From 1907 on, English language articles sometimes used the term " Maximalist " for " Bolshevik " and " Minimalist " for " Menshevik ", which proved confusing since there was also a " Maximalist " faction within the Russian Socialist-Revolutionary Party in 1904 – 1906 ( which after 1906 formed a separate Union of Socialists-Revolutionaries Maximalists ) and then again after 1917.
Austro-Asiatic, which also includes Mon, Vietnamese and Munda, has been studied since 1856 and was first proposed as a language family in 1907.
He endorsed the Page-Prentice Act of 1907, which set an eight-hour day and forty-eight-hour week for factory workers — but only for those under the age of sixteen.
Due to the state's weak fiscal condition and corrupt politics, little progress was made until 1907, when the Legislature replaced the Department of Highways with the Department of Engineering, within which there was a Division of Highways.
* Margaret Maria Gordon ( 1823 – 1907 ) wrote a book on Brewster, which is considered the most comprehensive description of his life.
To enlist diplomatic support, Italy joined Germany and Austria-Hungary to form the Triple Alliance in 1882, which was the first formal war-camp in Europe, the second being the Triple Entente formed in 1907.
Following the decisive Ethiopian victory at Adwa, Menelik II rapidly negotiated a series of treaties fixing Ethiopia's boundaries — with French Somaliland in March 1897, British Somaliland a few months later in June 1897, with Italian Eritrea in 1900, Anglo-Egyptian Sudan in 1902, British East Africa in 1907, and Italian Somaliland in 1908 — which simplified this problem on one level.
church father Isho ' dad of Merv ( probably based on the work of Theodore of Mopsuestia ), which J. R. Harris translated back into Gr. in Exp Expositor " 7 ( 1907 ), p 336.
Other early synthesizers included Thaddeus Cahill's Dynamophone or Telharmononium ( before 1907 ), Jorg Mager's Spherophone ( 1924 ) and Partiturophone, the Theremin ( 1927 ), which was marketed by RCA, Taubmann's similar Electronde ( 1933 ), the Ondes Martenot ( 1928 ), Trautwein's Trautonium ( 1930 ).
In films like Pathéa's le Cheval emballé ( The Runaway Horse ) ( 1907 ), there appeared a new feature, which can be called cross-cutting between parallel actions.
Some, but not all, American film-makers followed their example, calling it the " American foreground ", while European film-makers stayed with the " French foreground " established by the Pathé about 1907, which only cut the actors off at the shins.
In 1907, Puccini made his final revisions to the opera in a fifth version, which has become known as the " standard version ".
The family settled in a house down the street from Throop Polytechnic Institute ( which would eventually become California Institute of Technology ), and the Hawks children began attending the school's Polytechnic Elementary School in 1907.
At the conference, the five countries signed the General Treaty of Peace and Amity of 1907, which established the Central American Court of Justice to resolve future disputes among the five nations.
During Hoover's 1907 visit to Australia, Jim Lyster relocated from Gwalia to Broken Hill and began experiments which resulted in the " Lyster Process ", which enabled the Zinc Corporation to operate the world's first selective or differential flotation plant, from September 1912.
In an effort to isolate Germany, France went to great pains to woo Russia and the United Kingdom to its side, first by means of the Franco-Russian Alliance of 1894, then the 1904 Entente Cordiale with the U. K, and finally the Anglo-Russian Entente in 1907 which became the Triple Entente and eventually led Russia and the UK to enter World War I as Allies.
The spiritualist writer Walburga, Lady Paget in her book Colloquies with an unseen friend ( 1907 ) was an early writer to mention the hollow earth theory, she claimed that cities exist beneath a desert, which is where the descendants of Atlantis moved to, she further claimed that an entrance will be discovered to this subterranean kingdom in the 21st century.
In the years that followed, other states subscribed to limitations of their conduct, and numerous other treaties and bodies were created to regulate the conduct of states towards one another in terms of these treaties, including, but not limited to, the Permanent Court of Arbitration in 1899 ; the Hague and Geneva Conventions, the first of which was passed in 1907 ; the International Court of Justice in 1921 ; the Genocide Convention ; and the International Criminal Court, in the late 1990s.

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