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In 1926, at the suggestion of Lord Beaverbrook, he began writing an influential weekly article on books for the Evening Standard newspaper.
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By 1926, when the mighty Yanks were at their mightiest, only a few of these were left but they still shone brightest, even beside able and agile rookies like Tony Lazzeri ( who managed never to have one of his epileptic fits on the field ), Mark Koenig, Lou Gehrig, George Pipgras, and gray-thatched Earl Combs.
Funeral for William Joseph Brett, 1926 NE 50th Ave., who died Thursday in Portland, will be Monday 1 p.m. at the Riverview Abbey.
The name and order Asterales is botanically venerable, dating back to at least 1926 in the Hutchinson system of plant taxonomy when it contained only five families, of which only two are retained in the APG III classification.
A consequence of using waveforms to describe particles is that it is mathematically impossible to obtain precise values for both the position and momentum of a particle at the same time ; this became known as the uncertainty principle, formulated by Werner Heisenberg in 1926.
In August 1926 Ivo Bligh ( now Lord Darnley ) displayed the Ashes Urn at the Morning Post Decorative Art Exhibition held in the Central Hall, Westminster.
In a rain-hit series in 1926, England managed to eke out a 1 – 0 victory with a win in the final Test at The Oval.
Australia's ageing post-war team broke up after 1926, with Collins, Charlie Macartney and Warren Bardsley all departing, and Gregory breaking down at the start of the 1928 – 29 series.
With de Broglie's suggestion of the existence of electron matter waves in 1924, and for a short time before the full 1926 Schrödinger equation treatment of hydrogen like atom, a Bohr electron " wavelength " could be seen to be a function of its momentum, and thus a Bohr orbiting electron was seen to orbit in a circle at a multiple of its half-wavelength ( this historically incorrect Bohr model is still occasionally taught to students ).
In 1926, the Aga Khan gave a cup ( the Aga Khan Trophy ) to be awarded to the winners of an international team show jumping competition held at the annual horse show of the Royal Dublin Society in Dublin, Ireland every first week in August.
His most notable successes were first-place finishes at Copenhagen 1923, Marienbad 1925, Dresden 1926, Hanover 1926, the Carlsbad 1929 chess tournament, and second place behind Alekhine at the San Remo 1930 chess tournament.
In January 1926 having been promoted to major in 1925, he was appointed Deputy Assistant Adjutant General at the Staff College, Camberley in the temporary rank of lieutenant-colonel, a position he held until January 1929 by which time he had been made a ( brevet lieutenant-colonel ).
In fact, in May 1926, Paramount had Jefferson re-record his hits " Got the Blues " and " Long Lonesome Blues " in the superior facilities at Marsh Laboratories, and subsequent releases used that version.
Monet died of lung cancer on 5 December 1926 at the age of 86 and is buried in the Giverny church cemetery.
Following the 1926 Stanley Cup playoffs, during which the Western Hockey League was widely reported to be on the verge of folding, the NHL held a meeting on April 17 to consider applications for expansion franchises, at which it was reported that five different groups sought a team for Detroit.
Mayr completed his doctorate in ornithology at the University of Berlin under Dr. Carl Zimmer, who was a full professor ( Ordentlicher Professor ), on June 24, 1926 at the age of 21.
1926 and suggestion
After-years Ambroise-Auguste Liébeault ( 1864 – 1904 ), the founder of the Nancy School, and Emile Coué ( 1857 – 1926 ) father of applied conditioning, developed the theory of suggestion and autosuggestion and made them therapeutic tools.
Georgi Lozanov ( July 22, 1926, Sofia, Bulgaria – May 6, 2012 ) was a Bulgarian educator and psychiatrist who developed suggestopedia / suggestopaedia, a learning / teaching theory based on his early-1960s study of suggestion which is called as " suggestology ".
The Samuel Commission published its report in March 1926 recommending that the industry be reorganised but rejecting the suggestion of nationalisation.
Until 1926, Shamrock Rovers wore green and white striped jerseys but following a suggestion by a committee member, John Sheridan, the club chose to adopt the green and white hooped strip.
On 10 November 1926, at the suggestion of Daszyński, CKW PPS took a " factual-oppositional " position towards the Piłsudski government.
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The Balfour Declaration of 1926, a report resulting from the 1926 Imperial Conference of British Empire leaders in London, was named after the British statesman Arthur Balfour, first Earl of Balfour, Lord President of the Council and a previous Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
* 1893 – Former Governor General Lord Stanley pledges to donate a silver challenge cup, later named after him, as an award for the best hockey team in Canada ; originally presented to amateur champions, the Stanley Cup has been awarded to the top pro team since 1910, and since 1926, only to National Hockey League teams.
In 1926 King advised the Governor General, Lord Byng, to dissolve Parliament and call another election, but Byng refused, the only time in Canadian history that the Governor General has exercised such a power.
Founded in 1926 and developed under the principles of its organizer B. Lord Buckley, Rumson Country Day School serves students in preschool through eight grade and was recognized in 1999 by the National Blue Ribbon Schools Program.
Clouds of Witness is a 1926 novel by Dorothy L. Sayers, the second in her series featuring Lord Peter Wimsey.
ISBN 978-0-283-99294-0, Hardcover, Details A selection from Lord Curzon's travel books between 1889 and 1926, " The quintessence of late Victorian travel writing and a delight for modern readers " Illustrated with 90 contemporary photographs most of them from Curzon's own collection.
However, some undoubtedly " gentle " families of long descent never obtained official rights to bear a coat of arms, the family of Strickland being an example, which caused some consternation when Lord Strickland applied to join the Order of Malta in 1926 and could prove no right to a coat of arms, although his direct male ancestor had carried the English royal banner of St. George at the Battle of Agincourt.
* 2 August 19215 August 1926: His Excellency General the Right Honourable the Lord Byng of Vimy, Governor General and Commander-in-Chief of the Militia and Naval and Air Forces of Canada
From 1924 to 1933, he made the following recordings with D ' Oyly Carte: 1924 Ruddigore ( Robin Oakapple ); 1927 Gondoliers ( Giuseppe ); 1926 Mikado ( Pish-Tush ); 1927 Trial ( Usher ); 1929 Pirates ( Major-General ) 1928 Yeomen ( Jack Point ); 1929 Iolanthe ( Lord Chancellor ); 1930 Patience ( Bunthorne ); 1930 H. M. S.
The Reverend Lord John Thynne, third son of the second Marquess, was sub-Dean of Westminster Abbey ; his seventh son was Major-General Sir Reginald Thomas Thynne ( 1843 – 1926 ).
It was created in 1926 for Rufus Isaacs, 1st Earl of Reading, the former Viceroy of India and Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales.
When Sir Patrick Duncan refused a dissolution to his Prime Minister in South Africa in 1939, all these conditions were satisfied: when Lord Byng did the same in Canada in 1926, they appeared to be, but in the event the third proved illusory .</ p >
A member of the Irish Unionist Party, he was also Lord Lieutenant of County Limerick from 1894 to 1926.
His son, the third Earl, was Governor of Victoria from 1920 to 1926 as well as Lord Lieutenant of Suffolk.
In November 1926, the Pykara hydroelectric project across the Moyar river was conceived by Lord Goschen.
Subjects include Lord Byron ( 1924 ), the fall of Missolonghi ( 1926 ), General Charles Fabvier ( 1927 ), the Battle of Navarino ( 1927 – 28 ), the centenary of Greek independence ( 1930 ), Greek participation in World War II ( 1947 ), the Battle of Crete ( 1950 ) and the anti-Axis resistance ( 1982 ).