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In 1926, when she was 15 years old, she wrote in her personal diary, " The unfavourable condition of the Hebrew writer is no secret to me [...] Writing not in Hebrew is the same for me as not writing at all.
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1926 and when
About a quarter of Hardy's poems carry an appended date line, usually the year of completion, but sometimes inclusive years ( `` 1908 - 1910 '' ) or two separate dates when Hardy worked on the poem ( `` 1905 and 1926 '' ) or an approximate date ( `` During the War '' ).
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.
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.
Looking back on this period ( in 1926 ) Milne observed that when he told his agent that he was going to write a detective story, he was told that what the country wanted from a " Punch humorist " was a humorous story ; when two years later he said he was writing nursery rhymes, his agent and publisher were convinced he should write another detective story ; and after another two years he was being told that writing a detective story would be in the worst of taste given the demand for children's books.
He was regarded as having a sound tactical knowledge of the game and being an inspirational leader, as he led the side into the finals in 1940 for the first time since 1926, when the side finished 3rd.
Paid to Love was completed by September 1926, but remained unreleased until July 1927, when it was unsuccessful financially.
He commanded the battalion at Constantinople ( a sensitive posting in the runup to the Chanak Crisis ), then Gibraltar from October 1922, then in London from April 1923 until January 1926, when he was released from that role to attend Staff College, Camberley.
Alexander was then in February 1928 promoted to colonel ( backdated to 14 May 1926 ) and was the next month appointed Officer Commanding the Irish Guards Regimental District and 140th ( 4th London ) Infantry Brigade in the Territorial Army a post he held until January 1930, when he again returned to study, attending the Imperial Defence College for one year.
The Norwegian Meteorological Institute annexed the island for Norway in 1922 and the whole island in 1926 when Hallvard Devold was head of the weather observations base on the island.
The League had accepted Germany as a member in 1926, deeming it a " peace-loving country ", but Adolf Hitler pulled Germany out when he came to power in 1933.
Australia ’ s highest first class score was posted at the MCG when Victoria made 1107 against New South Wales in 1926 – 27.
In 1921 the Berbers under the leadership of Abd el Krim inflicted a grave defeat on the Spanish ( see Battle of Annual ), and were not pacified until 1926, when the Spanish Protectorate finally managed to control the area again.
Mamie ( 1840 – 1926 ) had been twenty-one years old and Sis ( 1848 – 1928 ) thirteen when the Civil War began.
Following the evacuation of U. S. Marines in 1925, another violent conflict between liberals and conservatives known as the Constitutionalist War took place in 1926, when Liberal soldiers in the Caribbean port of Puerto Cabezas revolted against Conservative President Adolfo Díaz, recently installed as a result of United States pressure following a coup.
In 1926 the chemist Gilbert N. Lewis coined the name photon for these particles, and after 1927, when Arthur H. Compton won the Nobel Prize for his scattering studies, most scientists accepted the validity that quanta of light have an independent existence, and Lewis ' term photon for light quanta was accepted.
" The central role of proteins as enzymes in living organisms was not fully appreciated until 1926, when James B. Sumner showed that the enzyme urease was in fact a protein.
In 1922 – 1923, he worked as a draughtsman in a wallpaper factory, and was a poster and advertisement designer until 1926, when a contract with Galerie le Centaure in Brussels made it possible for him to paint full-time.
The Bradbury family lived in Tucson, Arizona, in 1926 – 1927 and 1932 – 1933 as the father pursued employment, each time returning to Waukegan, but eventually settled in Los Angeles in 1934, when Bradbury was 14.
Though Fox's work has now been to some extent revised, it remains a vital record of stretches of the Dyke that still existed between 1926 and 1928, when his three field surveys took place, but that are now destroyed.
From 1926 when Lloyd George became leader of the Liberals, Keynes took a major role in defining the party's economics policy, but by then the Liberals had been displaced into third party status by the Labour party.
He had lived in Riffe, Washington, until around 1926, when he became caretaker of the Mount St. Helens Lodge, located at the foot of Mount St. Helens beside Spirit Lake.
In 1926, when Johnson & Johnson hired Lillian as a consultant to do marketing research on sanitary napkins., the firm benefited in three ways.
Dalí was expelled from the Academia in 1926, shortly before his final exams when he was accused of starting an unrest.
In 1926, he founded Fianna Fáil, and was head of government ( President of the Executive Council, later Taoiseach ) from 1932 to 1948, 1951 to 1954, and 1957 to 1959, when he resigned after being elected as President of Ireland.
1926 and she
Some of these have explored and offered accounts of Christie's disappearance in 1926, including the 1979 film Agatha ( with Vanessa Redgrave, where she sneaks away to plan revenge against her husband ) and the Doctor Who episode " The Unicorn and the Wasp " ( with Fenella Woolgar, her disappearance being the result of her suffering a temporary breakdown due to a brief psychic link being formed between her and an alien ).
* Mary Cassatt ( American-born, she lived in Paris and participated in four Impressionist exhibitions ) ( 1844 – 1926 )
It also appears in Lost Laysen, the novella Mitchell wrote as a teenager in 1916, and in Mitchell's last known novel, Gone with the Wind, which she began writing in 1926.
In May 1926, after Mitchell had left her job at the Atlanta Journal and was recovering at home from her ankle injury, she wrote a society column for the Sunday Magazine, " Elizabeth Bennet's Gossip ", which she continued to write until August.
Finally, in 1926, at the age of 20, she was cast in the lead role in The Johnstown Flood ( 1926 ), the same year she was selected as one of the WAMPAS Baby Stars ( with Joan Crawford, Dolores del Río and others ).
Although she expected to work with Stiller on her first film, she was cast in Torrent ( 1926 ), an adaptation of a novel by Vicente Blasco Ibáñez, with director Monta Bell.
Her most famous romance was with her frequent co-star, John Gilbert, with whom she lived intermittently in 1926 and 1927.
For many years, Rogers regularly supported, and held in-person presentations, at the Craterian Theater, in Medford, Oregon, where she had performed in 1926 as a vaudevillian.
Following her marriage to Grenbry Outhwaite in 1909, she also collaborated with her husband-most notably for The Enchanted Forest ( 1921 ), The Little Fairy Sister ( 1923 ) and Fairyland ( 1926 ).
She died in 1926 ; in her will she established a fund for a Georges Bizet prize, to be awarded annually to a composer under 40 who had " produced a remarkable work within the previous five years ".