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In 1932, for a couple of months he was married to Anna Luise Hauser, née Block ( 1896 – 1982 ), a daughter of the German painter Joseph Block and a descendant of German banker Joseph Mendelssohn.
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In 1932 Dorset received its own exchange, which made business easier for the Manchester office, but it was not until February 1953 that area service was extended to include Manchester and Dorset.
Significantly, Huxley also worked for a time in the 1920s at the technologically advanced Brunner and Mond chemical plant in Billingham, Teesside, and the most recent introduction to his famous science fiction novel Brave New World ( 1932 ) states that this experience of " an ordered universe in a world of planless incoherence " was one source for the novel.
The explanation for these different isotopes awaited the discovery of the neutron, a neutral-charged particle with a mass similar to the proton, by the physicist James Chadwick in 1932.
In Art and Artist ( 1932 ), the psychologist Otto Rank wrote that the psychological trauma of birth was the pre-eminent human symbol of existential anxiety and encompasses the creative person's simultaneous fear of – and desire for – separation, individuation and differentiation.
He declines to solve a case for the Home Secretary because he is retired in Chapter One of Peril at End House ( 1932 ).
These experiments also led to a number of patents: for example, he invented a new form of laminated bent-plywood furniture in 1932.
Financial problems reappeared in 1932 and the company was rescued by L. Prideaux Brune who funded the company for the following year before passing the company on to Sir Arthur Sutherland.
He encouraged technical investigation, and was Chairman of the Advisory Committee for the first technical journal, Technical Studies, in the Field of the Fine Arts, published by the Fogg from 1932 to 1942.
* Constitutionalist Revolution ( 1932 ): Was the armed movement occurred in the State of São Paulo, Brazil, between July and October 1932, which aimed at the overthrow of the Provisional Government of Getúlio Vargas and the promulgation of a new constitution for Brazil.
... At least 2, 505 people were sentenced for cannibalism in the years 1932 and 1933 in Ukraine, though the actual number of cases was certainly much greater.
Albert Einstein arrived on the Caltech campus for the first time in 1931 to polish up his Theory of General Relativity, and he returned to Caltech subsequently as a visiting professor in 1932 and 1933.
The Mary Baker Eddy Library for the Betterment of Humanity is housed in an 11-story structure originally built for The Christian Science Publishing Society constructed between 1932 and 1934, and the present plaza was constructed in the late 1960s and early 1970s to include a 28 story administration building, a colonnade, and a reflecting pool with fountain, designed by Araldo Cossutta of I. M. Pei and Partners ( now Pei Cobb Freed ).
* Danish director Carl Dreyer loosely adapted Carmilla for his 1932 film Vampyr but deleted any references to lesbian sexuality.
It hosted the FA Cup Final from 1920 to 1922, has held ten FA Cup semi-finals ( most recently in 1978 ), ten FA Charity Shield matches ( the last in 1970 ), and three England international matches, the last in 1932 ; it was also the venue for an unofficial Victory International in 1946.
The running track was used for dirt track racing between 1928 and 1932, greyhound racing from 1933 to 1968, and Midget car racing in 1948.
In Blockburger v. United States ( 1932 ), the Supreme Court announced the following test: the government may separately try and punish the defendant for two crimes if each crime contains an element that the other does not.
It was first postulated by Jan Oort in 1932 to account for the orbital velocities of stars in the Milky Way and Fritz Zwicky in 1933 to account for evidence of " missing mass " in the orbital velocities of galaxies in clusters.
Three International Eugenics Conferences presented a global venue for eugenicists with meetings in 1912 in London, and in 1921 and 1932 in New York.
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This and its 1932 sequel, Topper Takes a Trip ( set in the French Riviera ) were probably Smith's most famous work, about a respectable banker called Cosmo Topper, married to a depressingly staid wife Mary, and his misadventures with a couple of ghosts, Marion and George Kerby, who introduce him to other ghosts.
Hopper ’ s Room in New York ( 1932 ) and Cape Cod Evening ( 1939 ) are prime examples of his “ couple ” paintings.
The couple had three children: Alan, in 1928, and twins Colette ( known as Celly ) and Colin in 1932.
After marrying his American-born wife, Masha Lipshitz, in Warsaw, Poland, in 1932, the couple spent about a year in Palestine where Hutner completed his research and writing of his Kovetz Ha ' aros on Hillel ben Eliakim's commentary on midrash sifra.
The school ’ s remains were designated a historical site in 1932 and are just a couple blocks from the original Hirose family house, where the Hirose Museum is also located.
The couple had four children: George, Sylvia ( 23 September 1875 – 1932 ; married Stuart James Bevan in 1900 ), Lawrence and Cordelia Rosa ( 31 March 1879 – 1943 ).
Bridget was working in London when she met George's father, Sam Abbey, and the couple married before moving to Seattle, where George was born on 21 August 1932.
The couple divorced six years later on October 11, 1932, and Loeb received alimony from Nagy for several years.
Price graduated from San Diego High School in 1931, attended San Diego State University in 1932 and earned his undergraduate degree in philosophy and a law degree from the University of Southern California Law School in 1936 and 1938 respectively, by which time he had married his girlfriend Helen Moskowitz, the couple eloping to Las Vegas.
The number of professional groups grew steadily through the next couple years, with the founding of the Saskatoon Oratorio Society in 1913 and later, the Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra in 1931 or 1932.
Between 1930 and 1932 the couple lived in Hammersmith, London, where there is a blue plaque on the wall of their house at the corner of Upper Mall and Weltje Road.
The idea grew, and in 1932 the couple oversaw the construction of a two-room treehouse in a huge, 300-year-old ficus | fig tree as an adjunct facility to the Outspan Hotel, which they also built and owned.
She appeared as Viola at The New Theatre and as Ophelia and Juliet in a couple of BBC radio productions in 1932.
Before marriage, she was Assistant to the then US Secretary of State, Henry L. Stimson, and the couple met at the international conference Macadam had arranged at Banff, Canada in 1932.
The marriage produced a son, Werner Peter Pfeffer ( 3 April 1927 – 14 February 1995 ), then the couple divorced in 1932.
After being unemployed and homeless for a couple of years, Yudina was invited to teach the graduate piano course at the Tbilisi State Conservatory ( 1932 – 1933 ).
Marian Stewart was the adopted daughter of wealthy parents ; they did not approve of her marriage to " the son of a plumber ", so the young couple eloped in 1932.
The couple moved back to Italy in 1932, where Galeazzo took the post of Minister of Foreign Affairs.
The couple had little money so in 1932 Moa sent in a script for En man byggde to the publisher Tor Bonnier which she continued to develop the following year and when she was finish it was change to the book Kvinnor och Äppleträd.