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In 1909 he resigned from the Theosophical Society which was Orientalist.
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However, the success did not last and Lajoie resigned during the 1909 season as manager but remained on as a player.
But by 1909 Rolls ' interest in the business was waning, and at the end of the year he resigned as Technical Managing Director and became a non-executive director.
On 24 December 1909 he resigned from Parliament ( he was the first Member to have resigned twice ), however his seat was left vacant until the 1910 election.
In 1909, Nicaraguan President José Santos Zelaya resigned after the triumph of U. S .- backed rebels.
Patrick Powers resigned his presidency of the NA in 1909 in order to concentrate on his private business interests.
François Bérenger Saunière ( 11 April 1852 – 22 January 1917 ) was a Roman Catholic priest in the French village of Rennes-le-Château, in the Aude region, officially from 1885 until he was transferred to another village in 1909 by his bishop, a nomination he declined and subsequently resigned.
At the regular annual meeting of the Eastern Canada Hockey Association, held at the Windsor Hotel in Montreal on November 25, 1909, three teams from the ECHA ( Ottawa, Quebec, and the Montreal Shamrocks ) resigned and formed the new Canadian Hockey Association.
In 1909, J. D. Siddeley resigned from Wolseley and took over the Deasy Motor Co and the company became known as Siddeley-Deasy.
However, the governing Independence Party was unable to withhold positions to protect the interests of Hungary so it resigned on 25 April 1909.
The end of Hoggatt's term as governor came on May 18, 1909 when he resigned to make way for President William Howard Taft's appointment of Walter Eli Clark.
Gilbert was chosen associate of the Royal Academy in 1887, full member in 1892 ( resigned 1909 ), and professor of sculpture ( afterwards resigned ) in 1900.
Brailsford joined the Independent Labour Party in 1907 and resigned from the Daily News in 1909 when it supported force-feeding of suffragette prisoners.
Petersson resigned from the cabinet in 1909 ( together with the minister of foreign affairs Erik Birger Trolle and the minister without portfolio Gustaf Roos ) because of a disagreement with Lindman over the work of the parliamentary committees and the interpretation of the Riksdagsordningen ( or R. O., the law regulating the work of the parliament ).
Robert C. Kirkwood ( August 30, 1909 – May 5, 1964 ) served as a member of the California State Assembly representing part of Santa Clara County from 1947 until 1953, when he resigned to accept an appointment as California State Controller by Governor Earl Warren.
He resigned the premiership on 27 April 1909, but was not relieved of his office until the formation of the Khuen-Héderváry cabinet on 17 January 1910.
After some heated discussions Siddeley resigned in the spring of 1909 and was to go on to manage the Deasy Motor Company.
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the former contains no poem dated before 1909 - 10 -- that is, no poem from a period covered by a previous volume -- and the latter has only a few such.
The second productive period, the decade from 1910 to 1920, can be related to three events: the completion of The Dynasts in 1909, which left Hardy free of pressure for the first time in forty years ; ;
* 1909 – Alice Huyler Ramsey and three friends become the first women to complete a transcontinental auto trip, taking 59 days to travel from New York, New York to San Francisco, California.
Chapman was the second player to die from injuries sustained in a Major League Baseball game, the first being Doc Powers in 1909.
In the United States, the development of conservation can be traced to the Fogg Art Museum, and Edward Waldo Forbes, the Director of the Fogg from 1909 to 1944.
Between 1909 and 1911 George Butterworth produced settings in two collections or cycles, as Six Songs from A Shropshire Lad, and Bredon Hill and other songs.
" 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.
With William Heelis acting for her she bought contiguous pasture, and in 1909 the Castle Farm across the road from Hill Top Farm.
Bogdanov was then involved with setting up Vpered, which ran the Capri Party School from August to December 1909.
Nicaragua's legal system also is a mixture of the English Common Law and the Civil Law through the influence of British administration of the Eastern half of the country from the mid-17th century until about 1905, the William Walker period from about 1855 through 1857, USA interventions / occupations during the period from 1909 to 1933, the influence of USA institutions during the Somoza family administrations ( 1933 through 1979 ) and the considerable importation between 1979 and the present of USA culture and institutions.
Cy Young, who returned to Cleveland in 1909, was ineffective for most of his three remaining years and Addie Joss died from tubercular meningitis prior to the season.
Some historians think Kling's absence was significant enough to prevent the Cubs from also winning a third straight title in 1909, as they finished 6 games out of first place.
For nineteen consecutive years, from 1891 through 1909, Cy Young was in his leagues ' top ten for innings pitched ; in fourteen of the seasons, he was in the top five.
An example of a now discredited " ethnographic " map of India from the Imperial Gazetteer of India, 1909, purporting to show the different " races " ( in coloured regions ), and castes ( in labels ).
Due to his two periods of exile in 1904 – 1909, to escape the British invasion of 1904, and from 1910 – 1912 to escape a Chinese invasion, he became well aware of the complexities of international politics and was the first Dalai Lama to become aware of the importance of foreign relations.
( 1905 ) in Germanic philology from Columbia, before embarking on his PhD in Anthropology which he completed in 1909.
Haeckel studied under Karl Gegenbaur at the University of Jena for three years, earning a doctorate in zoology, before becoming a professor of comparative anatomy at the University of Jena, where he remained for 47 years, from 1862 to 1909.