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1952 and Strauss
* Strauss: Salome ( Tasso, Benedetti, Djanel ; Simonetto, 1952 ) MYTO
In 1952, Strauss returned to the University of Chicago as assistant professor.
Persecution and the Art of Writing, published in 1952 by the Free Press, is a book of collected articles written by Leo Strauss.
Bruce Strauss ( born February 6, 1952 in Yonkers, NY ) is a retired boxer who is more known for his losses than for his wins.
* " Der Rosenkavalier " by Richard Strauss ( live recording Munich 1952: Octavian ), conductor Erich Kleiber, MYTO CD-Album ( 2007 )
In 1952, Todd made a production of the Johann Strauss II operetta A Night in Venice, complete with floating gondolas at the then-newly constructed Jones Beach Theatre in Long Island, New York.
The exceptions included a recording with the Los Angeles Woodwinds of Mozart's Gran Partita, K. 361, taped in Hollywood in August 1952, and the aforementioned Strauss disc with the Philharmonia Orchestra.

1952 and published
The introduction of the United States Pharmacopoeia reference standard in 1952 and the redefinition and equating of the USP and international units of thyroid-stimulating activity have made it possible to compare results published by different investigators since that time.
Ramstedt's two-volume magnum opus, Einführung in die altaische Sprachwissenschaft (' Introduction to Altaic Linguistics ') was published in 1952 – 1957.
For example, the analysis of the debris at the testing site of the first U. S. hydrogen bomb, Ivy Mike, ( 1 November 1952, Enewetak Atoll ), revealed high concentrations of various actinides including americium ; due to military secrecy, this result was published only in 1956.
) Critical editions of the Arabic text have been published in Cairo, 1952 – 83, originally under the supervision of I. Madkour
In three papers which were published in 1952 – 53, Bohr and Mottelson demonstrated close agreement between theory and experiment ; for example, showing that the energy levels of certain nuclei could be described by a rotation spectrum.
In December 1952, Capp published an article in Real magazine titled “ The REAL Powers in America ” that further challenged the conventional attitudes of the day: " The real powers in America are women — the wives and sweethearts behind the masculine dummies ..."
It was published only in the US during Potter ’ s lifetime, and not until 1952 in the UK.
In 1952 Marker published an illustration essay on French writer Jean Giraudoux, Giraudoux Par Lui-Même.
Several stories written for that magazine were later collected in her first published book, Judgment Night, published by Gnome Press in 1952.
" In 1952, Hubbard published a new set of teachings as " Scientology, a religious philosophy.
There have been five revisions since it was first published in 1952, gradually including more mental disorders, although some have been removed and are no longer considered to be mental disorders.
46 % replied, of which 93 % approved, and after some further revisions ( resulting in it being called DSM-I ), the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders was approved in 1951 and published in 1952.
Thomas ' last collection Collected Poems, 1934 – 1952, published when he was 38, won the Foyle poetry prize.
His first children's book, Stuart Little, which was published in 1945, and Charlotte's Web, which appeared in 1952.
Hayek's time in Monakow's lab, and his deep interest in the work of Ernst Mach, inspired Hayek's first intellectual project, eventually published as The Sensory Order ( 1952 ).
A U. S. transgender-rights journal, Transvestia: The Journal of the American Society for Equality in Dress, also published two issues in 1952.
The fundamental properties of currents mediated by ion channels were analyzed by the British biophysicists Alan Hodgkin and Andrew Huxley as part of their Nobel Prize-winning research on the action potential, published in 1952.
Attesting the team's popularity, DC Comics published the best-selling The Adventures of Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis comic books from 1952 to 1957, after which DC featured Lewis solo in The Adventures of Jerry Lewis until 1971.
* K. B. McFarlane, The origins of religious dissent in England ( New York, Collier Books, 1966 ) ( Originally published under the title " John Wycliffe and the beginnings of English nonconformity ", 1952 ).
* " The Traitors " by Alan Moorehead published by Hamish Hamilton 1952
Originally in Astounding Science Fiction ( February, 1950 ), this story was first anthologized in Groff Conklin's Omnibus of Science Fiction ( Crown, 1952 ) and has also been published under the title " The Pyramid in the Desert.
* 1952 – The concept of the integrated circuit, the basis for all modern computers, is first published by Geoffrey W. A.
The 1952, first American edition of The God of the Witches, first published in 1931.
Considered to be the classic experiment on the origin of life, it was conducted in 1952 and published in 1953 by Stanley Miller and Harold Urey at the University of Chicago.

1952 and Art
He became a French citizen in 1952 in order to make the caregivers his heirs, and to bequeath his studio and its contents to the Musée National d ' Art Moderne in Paris
A scholarship in memory of Novello was established at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, and in 1952 a bronze bust of him by Clemence Dane was unveiled at Drury Lane.
* A Cross Section of Art in Science-Fantasy ( 1952 )-Chapbook
After discharge from the RAF, he studied at St Martin's School of Art in London in 1949, and in 1952 won a scholarship to the Royal College of Art, graduating in 1955.
O ' Toole attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art ( RADA ) from 1952 to 1954 on a scholarship after being rejected by the Abbey Theatre's drama school in Dublin by the director Ernest Blythe, because he couldn't speak Irish.
Bacque was educated at Upper Canada College in Toronto and then the University of Toronto, where he studied history and philosophy graduating in 1952 with a Bachelor of Art degree.
In 1952 he won the ICAAAA 220 championship in 1952, then placed close second to Morgan State's sprinter, Art Bragg, at the US Olympic Trials.
Across the river sits the Stone Mill, home of the Hunterdon Art Museum for Contemporary Craft and Design, located in a former gristmill that had been reconstructed in 1836 and operated continuously until 1952, when a group of local residents conceived of a plan to convert the historic building into a museum.
The 1952 " Fifteen Americans " show curated by Dorothy Canning Miller at the Museum of Modern Art formally heralded the abstract artists, including works by Jackson Pollock and William Baziotes.
* 6-time Art Ross Memorial Trophy winner ( 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1957, 1963 )
* Le Brésil, des Hommes sont venus ( 1952, Monaco, Les Documents d ' Art )
But his interest in art proved a stronger draw and he began studying in London, first at St Martin's School of Art from 1948 to 1952, and at the Royal College of Art from 1952 to 1955.
She studied art first at Goldsmiths College ( 1949 – 52 ), and later at the Royal College of Art ( 1952 – 55 ), where her fellow students included artists Peter Blake and Frank Auerbach.
Unhappy here, Rego attempted in 1952 to start studies in art at the Chelsea School of Art in London, but this was thwarted by her legal guardian in Britain, David Phillips, who feared her parents might not approve of their daughter mixing with art students.
Returning to Portugal for the holidays that summer Rego discovered quite the opposite was true, and so she applied to study art in London again, this time at the Slade School of Fine Art, which she attended from 1952 to 1956.
* 1952: Automatistes, Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal ; Biennial Exhibition of Canadian Painting, National Art Gallery of Canada, Ottawa
Mountains and Sea, 1952, 86 5 / 8 x 117 1 / 4 inches, ( 220 x 297. 8 cm., oil and charcoal on canvas, on extended loan to the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC.
He exhibited Night, 1952 ( Ohara Museum of Art, Kurashiki ) and made a film: Japanese Calligraphy – Christian Dotremont would write the commentary with music by André Souris.
His first recordings were with the Charlie Singleton Orchestra in 1950 and then with bop emissaries Milt Jackson and Thelonious Monk in 1952, and he participated in several small groups with other jazz luminaries such as trumpeter Blue Mitchell, pianist Horace Silver, and drummer Art Blakey.

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