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In 1921 – 22, the Bradleys made their first trip to central Africa, which later contributed to Sheldon ’ s short story, " The Women Men Don't See.
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( Rossum's Universal Robots ) ( 1921 ) – the play that introduced the word robot to the world – were organic artificial humans, the word " robot " has come to primarily refer to mechanical humans, animals, and other beings.
* 1921 – Black Friday: mine owners announce more wage and price cuts, leading to the threat of a strike all across England.
* 1921 – The British install the son of Sharif Hussein bin Ali ( leader of the Arab Revolt of 1916 against the Ottoman Empire ) as King Faisal I of Iraq.
They won the first eight matches in succession including a 5 – 0 whitewash in 1920 – 1921 at the hands of Warwick Armstrong's team.
The most important Canadian theorist was an American immigrant, Henry Wise Wood, president of the United Farmers of Alberta ( UFA ) during that movement's time as the governing party of the province ( 1921 – 1935 ).
* 1921 – Major League Baseball Commissioner Kenesaw Mountain Landis confirms the ban of the eight Chicago Black Sox, the day after they were acquitted by a Chicago court.
The second generation was led by Fernand Braudel ( 1902 – 1985 ) and included Georges Duby ( 1919 – 1996 ), Pierre Goubert ( 1915 – 2012 ), Robert Mandrou ( 1921 – 1984 ), Pierre Chaunu ( 1923 – 2009 ), Jacques Le Goff ( 1924 – ) and Ernest Labrousse ( 1895 – 1988 ).
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Andrew R. Cobb designed the Science Building, 1913 – 15 ; MacDonald Memorial Library, 1914 – 15 ; Shirreff Hall Women's Residence, 1920 ; Arts Building, 1921 – 22 ; Medical Science Laboratory, 1921 – 22 ; Provincial Archives Building, 1929 ; Gymnasium Building, 1931.
In the 2004 – 05 season, 660 clubs entered the competition, beating the long-standing record of 656 from the 1921 – 22 season.
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On November 22, 1921, President Harding signed the Revenue Act of 1921 that greatly reduced the taxes the wealthiest Americans had to pay.
Sport: In the first half of the twentieth century, before Major League Baseball was racially integrated, dark-skinned and dark-complexion players were nicknamed Nig ; examples are: Johnny Beazley ( 1941 – 49 ), Joe Berry ( 1921 – 22 ), Bobby Bragan ( 1940 – 48 ), Nig Clarke ( 1905 – 20 ), Nig Cuppy ( 1892 – 1901 ), Nig Fuller ( 1902 ), Johnny Grabowski ( 1923 – 31 ), Nig Lipscomb ( 1937 ), Charlie Niebergall ( 1921 – 24 ), Nig Perrine ( 1907 ), and Frank Smith ( 1904 – 15 ).
On April 22, 1921, a month after he turned 18, Beiderbecke was arrested by two Davenport police officers on a charge brought by the father of a young girl.
The Irish Treaty delegation set up Headquarters in Hans Place, Knightsbridge and on 5 December 1921 at 11: 15 am it was decided by the delegation during private discussions at 22 Hans Place to recommend the Treaty to the Dáil Éireann ; negotiations continued until 2: 30 am on 6 December 1921 after which the Treaty was signed by the parties.
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There is another statement which is not totally clear made by Lord Darnley in 1921 about the timing of the presentation of the Urn.
Their first movie was a silent film made in 1921 that was never released, and is believed to have been destroyed at the time.
A few months later, in 1921, Bogart made his stage debut in Drifting as a Japanese butler in another Alice Brady play, nervously speaking one line of dialog.
In 1921, he rose in the Bureau of Investigation to deputy head, and in 1924, the Attorney General made him the acting director.
Boldly abandoning ornament altogether, Mies made a dramatic modernist debut with his stunning competition proposal for the faceted all-glass Friedrichstraße skyscraper in 1921, followed by a taller curved version in 1922 named the Glass Skyscraper .< ref > Compare Arthur Lubow's " The Contextualizer ," New York Times.
The Apache and the Tango were scandalous dances for their elements of eroticism, the latter popularized in a 1921 silent film, The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, that made its lead actor, Rudolph Valentino, a sex symbol for his ability to Tango.
As close friend Margaret Mead explained, " Anthropology made the first ‘ sense ’ that any ordered approach to life had ever made to Ruth Benedict " After working with Goldenweiser for a year, he sent her to work as a graduate student with Franz Boas at Columbia University in 1921.
In 1921 Albert A. Michelson made the first measurements of a stellar diameter using an interferometer on the Hooker telescope.
The first islanders left to work at Ascension Island in 1921, which was made a dependency of St Helena in 1922.
Since 1915, the Ku Klux Klan was growing in urban chapters across the Midwest, particularly since veterans had been returning from the war ; it made its first major appearance in Oklahoma later that year on August 12, 1921, less than three months after the riot.
Lombard made her film debut at the age of twelve after she was seen playing baseball in the street by director Allan Dwan ; he cast her as a tomboy in A Perfect Crime ( 1921 ).
As a result, Zinoviev was made a full member of the Politburo after the Xth Party Congress on March 16, 1921, while members of other factions such as Nikolai Krestinsky were dropped from the Politburo and the Secretariat.
Novello made his stage debut in 1921 in Deburau by Sacha Guitry with Robert Loraine, Madge Titheradge and Bobbie Andrews, and among other stage engagements, in the next years he played Bingley in an adaptation of Pride and Prejudice with Ben Webster as D ' Arcy and Mary Jerrold as Elizabeth, in a cast that included Ellen Terry, May Whitty and Joyce Carey.
When it received its first professional revival in December 1920 in Glasgow – and then in London, in October 1921 – the D ' Oyly Carte Opera Company made a number of further cuts and changes that were incorporated in scores and used in subsequent D ' Oyly Carte productions and recordings.
He made many sketches and drawings of the deer and in 1921, painted Hertje ( The fawn ), which became quite popular in the Netherlands.
Having already been made president of the anthropological section of the British Association for the Advancement of Science in 1911, after the war he became president of the English Folk-Lore Society ( 1920 ), and the Royal Anthropological Institute ( 1921 – 1922 ).
Accordingly, when Enrico Caruso ( 1873 – 1921 ) — the most emulated Mediterranean tenor of the 20th century — made his acclaimed New York Metropolitan Opera debut in November 1903, one of the specific vocal attributes for which he was praised by music reviewers was the absence of a disruptive vibrato from his singing.
By the same author is the List of people associated with the comunero Juan Bravo sculpture, made in 1921 and located in the heart of the city in the Square of the Sirens, the name given to two statues that top the stairs and representing these mythological beings, made by Francisco Bellver in 1852.