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Harold Gans has argued that MBBK's hypothesis implies a conspiracy between WRR and their co-contributors to fraudulently tune the appellations in advance.
Goldfield reached a peak population of about 20, 000 people in 1906 and hosted a lightweight boxing championship match between Joe Gans and Oscar " Battling " Nelson.
A commemorative marker for the boxing championship match between Gans and Nelson.
The rematch with McFarland was set for 4 July, Independence Day, to coincide with the World Lightweight Title fight between champion Joe Gans and Battling Nelson held in California.
But the Pisces and Gans ' interference saved their leader as he decides to wait for DaiLogia before calling our the Flame Tribe for a match between Garuda and DaiLogia before the others arrive to form DaiSazer.
In the early 20th century, the Lyric Opera featured opera tenor Enrico Caruso who appeared there with the Metropolitan Opera in a performance of Flotow's Martha, a boxing match between Joe Gans and Mike Sullivan, and the first public showing of electric cooking in Baltimore, as well as hosting speakers like Aimee Semple McPherson, Will Rogers, Richard Byrd, Clarence Darrow, Amelia Earhart, Charles Lindbergh and William Jennings Bryan.

Gans and Maharal
The Jewish Encyclopedia of 1906 gives David Gans, a disciple of the Maharal, as a source for the story, citing his historical work Zemach David, published in 1592.
" But it has been said of this passage, " Even when Maharal is eulogized, whether in David Gans ’ Zemach David or on his epitaph …, not a word is said about the creation of a golem.
* ( 1974 ; David Gans, 1541-1613: disciple of Maharal, assistant of Tycho Brahe and of Johannes Kepler ) ISBN 2-252-01723-6 ; English translation as Jewish thought and the scientific revolution of the sixteenth century: David Gans ( 1541-1613 ) and his times ( 1986 ) OUP.

Gans and for
Together with other young men, among them the poet Heinrich Heine, Zunz founded the Verein fur Kultur und Wissenschaft der Juden The Society for the Culture and Science of the Jews alongside Joel Abraham List, Isaac Marcus Jost, and Eduard Gans in Berlin in 1819.
Ron Gans took over the role for Welcome to Pooh Corner and was succeeded by Peter Cullen in The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh through My Friends Tigger and Pooh.
* Robert Reed of Brady Bunch fame lived for a time on Highway 64 east of Sallisaw near the Gans exit.
Joachim Gans was sequestered on Roanoke Island to research copper smelting techniques of the indigenous tribes in order to reduce European smelting times from 16 weeks to 4 days ; giving the English a strategic advantage over other European nations in smelting and forging cannons for their warships.
Britt knocks Gans down four times but, after the last one in the fifth round, he hits Gans again before he has stood up and is disqualified for the foul.
Copernicus is mentioned for the first time in Hebrew in the books of David Gans ( 1541 – 1613 ), who worked with Tycho Brahe and Johannes Kepler.
Another experiment, in which the names of the famous rabbis were matched against the places of their births and deaths ( rather than the dates ), was conducted in 1997 by Harold Gans, former Senior Cryptologic Mathematician for the United States National Security Agency.
Similarly, McKay accepts Gans ' statements that Gans did not prepare the data for his cities experiment himself.
During his period in Berlin, he came in contact with and was greatly influenced by Friedrich Carl von Savigny, Alexander von Humboldt, Eduard Gans, and especially Professor Leopold von Ranke, whose ideas on the necessity for politicians to be acquainted with historical science he readily adopted.
Danny Gans, a famous Las Vegas entertainer, once played for the Bulls and played the third baseman in Bull Durham before suffering a career ending injury.
Langford considered Gans the pound for pound greatest fighter of all time.
Although Welsh was chasing Nelson for a title shot, Nelson took an eight-month sabbatical after winning his rematch in September over Gans.
" Unlike Wilson ’ s replacement, Gans is not simply calling for a replacement term but a revised concept altogether.
For Gans, the position of the so-called “ underclass ” is better suited for paradigms of caste stratification rather than class stratification.
He conceptualizes the undercaste asa population of such low status as to be shunned by the rest of the society, with opportunities for contact with others of higher status and upward mobility even more limited than those of the people today described as an underclass .” Gans admits hesitation in advancing a notion of undercaste – another umbrella term “ open to anyone who wishes to place new meaning, or a variety of stereotypes, accusations and stigmas under it ” – but argues that undercaste is nevertheless a suitable term worthy of replacing the politically charged language of the underclass.
The first Landesrabbiner of whom there is authentic record is Judah Löw ben Bezaleel, of whom his contemporary David Gans says that he was for 20 years ( 1553 – 73 ) the spiritual head (" ab bet din ") of all the Jewish congregations in the province of Moravia (" Ẓemaḥ Dawid ", year 5352 ).
He was also a member of the Society for the Culture and Science of the Jews alongside Joel Abraham List, Isaac Marcus Jost, Leopold Zunz, and Eduard Gans.
In Gans and Northcut's " New head " theory they argued that the presence of neural crest was the basis for vertebrate specific features, such as sensory ganglia and cranial skeleton.
Seminal papers by Gerard J. Foschini and Michael J. Gans, Foschini and Emre Telatar enlarged the scope of wireless communication possibilities by showing that for the highly scattering environment substantial capacity gains are enabled when antenna arrays are used at both ends of a link.

Gans and called
Gans died on May 1, 2009, at his home in Henderson, Nevada, shortly after his wife called paramedics saying he was having difficulty breathing.

Gans and upon
The liberality of his views, especially on political matters, drew upon Gans the displeasure of the Prussian government, and his course of lectures on the history of the last fifty years ( published as Vorlesungen über d. Geschichte d. letzten fünfzig Jahre, Leipzig, 1833-1834 ) was prohibited.

Gans and Rabbi
He was one of the rabbinic leaders of Kiryat Mattersdorf, together with Rabbi Yisroel Gans and Rabbi Yitzchok Yechiel Ehrenfeld.

Gans and ben
Proposed calculations of the date of creation using the Masoretic from the 10th century to the 18th century include: Marianus Scotus ( 4192 BC ), Maimonides ( 4058 BC ), Henri Spondanus ( 4051 BC ), Benedict Pereira ( 4021 BC ), Louis Cappel ( 4005 BC ), James Ussher ( 4004 BC ), Augustin Calmet ( 4002 BC ), Isaac Newton ( 4000 BC ), Johannes Kepler ( April 27, 3977 BC ) on his book Mysterium, Petavius ( 3984 BC ), Theodore Bibliander ( 3980 BC ), Christen Sørensen Longomontanus ( 3966 BC ), Melanchthon ( 3964 BC ), Martin Luther ( 3961 BC ), John Lightfoot ( 3960 BC ), Cornelius Cornelii a Lapide ( 3951 BC ) Joseph Justus Scaliger ( 3949 BC ), Christoph Helvig ( 3947 BC ), Gerardus Mercator ( 3928 BC ), Matthieu Brouard ( 3927 BC ), Benito Arias Montano ( 3849 BC ), Andreas Helwig ( 3836 BC ), David Gans ( 3761 BC ), Gershom ben Judah ( 3754 BC )

Gans and received
Jacob Segre, rabbi of Casale Monferrato, celebrated the dedication of the synagogue in a poem which is still extant, and his contemporary David Gans, the chronicler of Prague, has described in his Tzemach Dawid the enthusiasm with which the Jewish population received the gift.

Gans and him
Blake got his first big break in the music business when world champion boxer Joe Gans hired him to play the piano at Gans ' Goldfield Hotel, the first " black and tan club " in Baltimore in 1907.
Various recurring characters came and went, notably Dennis Paladino as a mob boss named Donnie " Dogs " DiBarto ; John Byner as Cotton Dunn, a cunning but likable con artist ; Scott Atkins as Officer Perry, a rookie cop ; Kim Morgan Greene as Mellisa Cassidy, a late night radio talk show host, sex therapist, and old flame of Chris's ; Danny Gans as Roger, a coroner who frequently ( and unsuccessfully ) tried to get Rita to go out with him ; Marie Marshall as Solange, a local photographer with a faux French accent who crossed paths with Chris and Rita in the second season ; and Lucy Lin, who played forensic expert Dr. Noriko Weinstein.
At this period the historical school of jurisprudence was coming to the front, and Gans, his Hegelian tendencies predisposing him to treat law historically, applied the method to one special branch — the right of succession.
Gans was a permanent performer at The Mirage, where the Danny Gans Theatre was built for him.
But thanks to Mayu, Mick exorcises the Gorfinian as Gans fights before Tarius and Gorbion arrive and the dolphins use their own hyper frequency to weaken the alien as Gans finishes him off.
Gans became the first Bohemian and the first recorded Jew in colonial America when, in 1584, Sir Walter Raleigh recruited him for an expedition to found a permanent settlement in the Virginia territory of the New World.
Francis Walsingham, who was then joint principal secretary, was a former employer of Gans, and other members of the council also knew him.

Gans and with
In Germanic languages, the root gave Old English gōs with the plural gēs and gandres ( becoming Modern English goose, geese, and gander, respectively ), New High German Gans, Gänse, and Ganter, and Old Norse gās.
In 1830, and again in 1835, Gans visited Paris, and formed an intimate acquaintance with the leaders of literary culture and criticism there.
* 4 July — Battling Nelson recovers his World Lightweight Championship from Joe Gans with a 17th round knockout at Colma, California
Phil Lesh with Tooloos at the Keystone Berkeley ; December 19, 1976 Photo: David Gans ( musician ) | David Gans
Now billed as Esther Phillips instead of Little Esther, she recorded a country tune, " Release Me ," with producer Bob Gans.
Paige's singing abilities have won her worldwide praise, as have her acting skills with Andrew Gans of Playbill magazine writing that " Paige's gift is to dissect a role and determine what phrasing, gesture or emotion can bring a scene to its fullest dramatic potential ".
Helm with The Band, at the Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium 1976 Photo: David Gans ( musician ) | David Gans
According to sociologist Herbert Gans, while Myrdal ’ s structural conceptualization of the underclass remained relatively intact through the writings of William Julius Wilson and others, in several respects the structural definition was abandoned by many journalists and academics and replaced with a behavioral conception of the underclass, which fuses Myrdal ’ s term with Oscar Lewis ’ s and others ' conception of a “ culture of poverty .”
Gans suggests that the word “ underclass ” has become synonymous with impoverished blacks that behave in criminal, deviant, or “ just non-middle-class ways .”
For example, William Julius Wilson, sympathetic to criticisms brought against underclass terminology ( particularly those criticisms posited by Gans ), begins to replace his use of the term underclass with " ghetto poor ” during the early 1990s.

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