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1923 and Petrie
* W. M. F. Petrie, G. Brunton, M. A. Murray: Lahun II ( BSAE 33 en ERA 26 ( 1920 )), London 1923.

1923 and was
Another good friend of the Coolidges' was George B. Harvey, who was the Ambassador to Great Britain from 1921 to 1923.
A third concept was proposed in 1923 by Gilbert N. Lewis which includes reactions with acid-base characteristics that do not involve a proton transfer.
He was the fourth child of Ondrej Varchola ( Americanized as Andrew Warhola, Sr., 1889 – 1942 ) and Júlia ( née Zavacká, 1892 – 1972 ), whose first child was born in their homeland and died before their move to the U. S. Andy had two older brothers, Paul, born about 1923, and John, born about 1925.
His first visit to the area was in 1923 and he maintained a strong tie there until the end of his life.
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 ).
He was appointed a GCMG in 1923.
Drexler was thereafter moved to the purely symbolic position of honorary president, and left the Party in 1923.
His membership in the NSDAP ended when it was temporarily outlawed in 1923 following the Beer Hall Putsch, in which Drexler had not taken part.
Edgar Cayce first mentioned Atlantis in 1923 and later suggested that it was originally a continent-sized region extending from the Azores to the Bahamas, holding an ancient, highly evolved civilization which had ships and aircraft powered by a mysterious form of energy crystal.
Other well-known Berg compositions include the Lyric Suite ( 1926 ), which was later shown to employ elaborate cyphers to document a secret love affair ; the extraordinarily elaborate post-Mahlerian Three Pieces for Orchestra ( completed in 1915 but not performed until after Wozzeck ); and the Chamber Concerto ( Kammerkonzert, 1923 – 25 ) for violin, piano and 13 wind instruments: this latter is written so conscientiously that Pierre Boulez has called it " Berg's strictest composition " and it, too, is permeated by cyphers and posthumously disclosed hidden programs.
Jensen was born August 24, 1923, in San Diego, California, the son of Linda Mary ( née Schachtmayer ) and Arthur Alfred Jensen, who operated and owned a lumber and building materials company.
The see was restored as a diocese of the Catholic Church in 1918 and raised into an archdiocese in 1923.
His mother, Virginia Dell Cassidy ( 1923 – 1994 ), traveled to New Orleans to study nursing soon after he was born.
This was amended under the 1923 Treaty of Lausanne, which restored the straits to Turkish territory — but allowed all foreign warships and commercial shipping to traverse the straits freely.
" By 1923 however, Gropius was no longer evoking images of soaring Romanesque cathedrals and the craft-driven aesthetic of the " Völkisch movement ", instead declaring " we want an architecture adapted to our world of machines, radios and fast cars.
This condition was met in 1923 with the Baushaus ' exhibition of the experimental Haus am Horn.
A second league, the Eastern Colored League, was established in 1923.
Montgomery came to the conclusion that the conflict could not be won without harsh measures, and that self-government was the only feasible solution ; in 1923, after the establishment of the Irish Free State and during the Irish Civil War, Montgomery wrote to Colonel Arthur Percival of the Essex Regiment:
In May 1923, Montgomery was posted to the Territorial 49th Division.
The Yellow Coach Manufacturing Company which rapidly became a major manufacturer of buses was founded in Chicago in 1923 by John D. Hertz.
At an address in Munich to the SA " old guard " on 8 November 1941 at the Buergerbrau beer cellar commemorating Hitler's 1923 failed putsch, he said that the term " blitzkrieg " was silly and never used it himself
" The ' most comprehensive explanation ' of the origin of the Balfour Declaration the Foreign Office was able to provide was contained in a small ' unofficial ' note of Jan 1923 affirming that: little is known of how the policy represented by the Declaration was first given form.

1923 and knighted
He was knighted in 1915, and died in Baltimore, Maryland, in 1923.
Frederic Kelley received an Order of the British Empire ( OBE ) in 1919 and was knighted in 1923.
* Sir C. P. Ramaswami Iyer, Law Member of India and Dewan of Travancore from 1936 to 1947 was appointed a CIE in 1923 and knighted with the KCIE in 1926.
In 1915 he was knighted, and in 1923 he was awarded a Royal Medal.
After serving as Sheriff of London for 1922-23, he was knighted in 1923 and became Lord Mayor of London in 1928.
He was the first British rabbi to be granted a knighthood, when he was knighted in 1923.

1923 and for
When Dr. Wallace Buttrick, wise in his judgment of people, declined to have the Science Building named for him, he wrote Miss Tapley ( April 7, 1923 ) `` If you had asked me, I think I would have suggested that you name the building for Miss Upton.
He owned a logging equipment business here from 1923 to 1928, and later became Northwest district manager for Macwhyte Co..
Agnes McDonnell suffered terrible injuries from the attack but survived and lived for another 23 years, dying in 1923.
His best-known discoveries are the enzyme lysozyme in 1923 and the antibiotic substance penicillin from the mould Penicillium notatum in 1928, for which he shared the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1945 with Howard Florey and Ernst Boris Chain.
On returning to Jyväskylä in 1923 to establish his own architect's office, Aalto busied himself with a number of single-family homes, all designed in the classical style, such as the manor-like house for his mother's cousin Terho Manner in Töysa in 1923, a summer villa for the Jyväskylä chief constable in 1923 and the Alatalo farmhouse in Tarvaala in 1924.
Aalto also entered several architectural competitions for prestigious state public buildings, both in Finland and abroad, including the two competitions for the Finnish Parliamentary building in 1923 and 1924, the extension to the University of Helsinki in 1931, and the building to house the League of Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, in 1926-27.
In 1923, faced with differences between older members focusing on inner development and younger members eager to become active in the social transformations of the time, Steiner refounded the Society in an inclusive manner and established a School for Spiritual Science.
In 1923, he purchased a small house at 7244 South Prairie Avenue in the Park Manor neighborhood on the city's south side for USD $ 5, 500.
The original Yankee Stadium closed in 2008 to make way for a new Yankee Stadium in which the team started play in 2009 ; it's north-northeast of the 1923 Yankee Stadium, on the former site of Macombs Dam Park.
Unlike many power hitters, Ruth also hit for a high batting average: his. 342 lifetime average is the tenth highest in baseball history, and in one season ( 1923 ) he batted. 393, a Yankee record.
The party gained ground in the 1923 general election but ominously made most of its gains from Conservatives whilst losing ground to Labour – a sign of the party's direction for many years to come.
A Woman of Paris premièred in September 1923 and was widely acclaimed by critics for its subtle approach and flawed characters.
After the creation of the Republic of Turkey in 1923, the Turkish government began to formally object to the use of Constantinople in other languages and ask that others use the more common name for the city.
While he continued to be prolific throughout the 1930s and 1940s, he is probably best known for his 1956 film The Ten Commandments ( which is very different from his 1923 film of the same title ).
* Charles Steinmetz: Scientist and Socialist ( 1865 – 1923 ) Including the complete Steinmetz-Lenin correspondence, Sender Garlin, American Institute for Marxist Studies, 1977 ( reprinted in Sender Garlin's 1991 Three Radicals ).
* Don't Marry for Money ( 1923 )

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