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In response to Crosby's letter and threats, Carleton wrote in a letter to The New York Times that he was motivated to write his " labor of love " for Crosby in order to raise money that she might have a home of her own for the first time in her life ; that he had interviewed Crosby and transcribed the details of her life ; had paid her for her time and materials ; had secured her permission to publish the material in his magazine Every Where, and in a book ; had paid all the expenses for publishing and printing out of his own pocket ; had promoted the book in his own time and at his own expense ; and had remitted to her $ 235. 20 for the royalties owing for the previous eight months at the agreed rate, and had sent additional contributions given by admirers at his lectures to her.
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When Fosdick showed the letter to Baker his negative response was: `` For God's sake, Raymond, don't show this to the President or he'll stop the war ''.
`` In response to your letter, I can in good conscience recommend my son, David, in the field of leadership ''.
The artists fought the response through letter writing and four years later succeeded in gaining the right to complete the murals.
Umm-ul-Momineen ( Mother of Muslims ) Maria Qibtia is reported to be another concubine gifted to Muhammad by the King Maqooqas in response to his letter inviting him towards Islam.
" In response to these accusations of anti-Semitism, composer and Oberlin College professor Conrad Cummings wrote a letter to the editor defending " Klinghoffer " as " the closest analogue to the experience of Bach's audience attending his most demanding works ," and noted that, as someone of half-Jewish heritage, he " found nothing anti-Semitic about the work.
By her days ' standards, the articles were extremely frank in their discussion of sexuality, and many New York Call readers were outraged by them, at least one of them wrote a letter in response canceling her subscription.
The first documented definition of the word " cocktail " was in response to a reader's letter asking to define the word in the May 6, 1806, issue of The Balance and Columbia Repository in Hudson, New York.
In response to a 1995 letter published in the New England Journal of Medicine, representatives of the U. S. Food and Drug Administration ( FDA ) stated the agency would " update the labeling insert for all marketed fluoroquinolones to include a warning about the possibility of tendon rupture.
In response, Gould, Richard Lewontin, and others from the Boston area wrote the subsequently well referenced letter to The New York Review of Books entitled, " Against ' Sociobiology '".
In a letter White wrote in response to inquiries from readers, ".. many years ago I went to bed one night in a railway sleeping car, and during the night I dreamed about a tiny boy who acted rather like a mouse.
In response to the publication of Thomas Mann's The Black Swan, Adorno penned a long letter to the author, who then approved its publication in the literary journal Akzente.
In response to a letter from Paul Truswell, MP for the Pudsey constituency ( which includes Horsforth, a town proud of its connection with HMS Aubretia ), U. S. president Bill Clinton wrote assuring that the film's plot was only a work of fiction.
Every year, Virginia's letter and Church's response are read at the Yule Log ceremony at Church's alma mater, Columbia College of Columbia University.
In response, another physicist named Joseph Polchinski sent them a letter in which he argued that one could avoid questions of free will by considering a potentially paradoxical situation involving a billiard ball sent through a wormhole which sends it back in time.
Emma later claimed that they came in response to a letter inviting them to visit her which had been forged by Harold, but historians believe that she probably did invite them in an effort to counter Harold's growing popularity.
Steel and Morris wrote a letter in response saying they would agree to the terms if McDonald's ceased advertising its products and instead only recommended the restaurant privately to friends.
In response, a coalition of 96 scientific and educational organizations wrote a letter to the conference committee, urging that the amendment be stricken from the final bill, arguing that evolution is, in the scientific fields, regarded as fact and that the amendment creates the mis-perception that evolution is not fully accepted in the scientific community, and thus weakens science curricula.
In response to criticisms of the Institute stating that the amendment was a federal education policy requiring inclusion of alternatives to evolution be taught, which it was not, in 2003 intelligent design's three most prominent legislators, John Boehner, Judd Gregg and Santorum provided a letter to the Discovery Institute giving it the go ahead to invoke the amendment as evidence of " Congress's rejection of the idea that students only need to learn about the dominant scientific view of controversial topics ".
As a response, a coalition of 96 scientific and educational organizations wrote a letter to the conference committee, urging that the amendment be stricken from the final bill.
Clement's only genuine extant writing is his letter to the church at Corinth ( 1 Clement ), in response to a dispute in which certain presbyters of the Corinthian church had been deposed.
One of his most notable acts during his short time as leader of the Soviet Union was in response to a letter from a 10 year old American child from Maine named Samantha Smith, inviting her to the Soviet Union.
( This letter, adopted in response to the 1767 Townshend Acts, called for united colonial action against the acts.
The letter was a response to an earlier open letter to Harper from 60 scientists ( 19 Canadian ) arguing against the Kyoto accord and questioning its scientific basis: National Post April 6, 2006, retrieved April 20, 2007.
response and threats
In response to calamities within the empire and threats from imperialism, the Self-Strengthening Movement was an institutional reform in the second half of the 1800s.
However, the rebellion of Tacfarinas had shown how exposed Africa Proconsularis was to its west and how the Mauretanian client kings were unable to provide protection to the province, and it is thus possible that Caligula's expansion was a prudent response to potential future threats.
Although no other instances of lion predation on chimpanzees have been recorded, the larger group sizes of savanna chimps may have developed as a response to threats from these big cats.
* In the United States, the Department of Homeland Security was created soon after the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, as a means to centralize response to various threats.
Research into moose predation suggests that their response to perceived threats is learned rather than instinctual.
A treaty with Galicia – Volhynia, signed in 1219, is usually considered the first conclusive evidence that the Baltic tribes in the area were uniting in response to these threats.
After the 2008 Mumbai attacks, the Mumbai Police created specialized, quick response teams to deal with terror threats.
The security doctrine still states that " Sweden pursues a policy of non-participation in military alliances ," but permits cooperation in response to threats against peace and security.
He was concerned with threats to established political, social, and religious values and elites ; he emphasized the need for national leadership in response to radicalism, uncertainty, and materialism.
After 1570, the Algonquians consolidated under Chief Powhatan in response to threats from these other groups on their trade network.
However, in response to US threats to cut Japan's fishing quota in US territorial waters under the terms of the Packwood-Magnuson Amendment, Japan withdrew its objection in 1987.
A statement issued on the embassy's website said: " The US Embassy in Sana ' a is closed today, in response to ongoing threats by Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula ( AQAP ) to attack American interests in Yemen ".
As a response to these threats a program also called DeCSS but with an unrelated function was developed.
The result was the initial construction of what later became the Great Wall of China, which was built by joining and strengthening the walls made by the feudal lords, which would be expanded and rebuilt multiple times by later dynasties, also in response to threats from the north.
Although some propose a " Biosecurity Protocol " to extend the Biosafety Protocol to organisms considered weapons ( already controlled by UN arms proliferation treaties ), others argue this is an inappropriate response to military threats, and argue for a broad biodefense instead.
Dr. Barbara Frederickson states that, “ Because positive emotions arise in response to diffuse opportunities, rather than narrowly focused threats, positive emotions momentarily broaden people ’ s attention and thinking, enabling them to draw on higher-level connections and a wider-than-usual range of percepts or ideas through cognitive, psychology, physical, or social resources ”.
At the opening of the session in March 1830, the King delivered a speech that contained veiled threats to the opposition ; in response, 221 deputies ( an absolute majority ) condemned the government, and Charles subsequently prorogued and then dissolved parliament.
In response to the failed sanctions against Austria following a coalition including Jörg Haider's party having come to power, and fears about possible future threats to the stability of the new member states to be admitted in enlargement, the Treaty of Nice for the first time adopted formal rules for the application of sanctions against a Member State.
In response to threats of ongoing Indian attacks, Camp Peña Colorado was established in 1879 a few miles south of the future site of Marathon.
It was founded in 1962 in response to environmental threats to the local countryside and has continued to grow.
Nik Aziz ’ s remarks were made in response to the criticisms and threats made by UMNO against Democratic Action Party ’ s Dr Boo Cheng Hau, the opposition leader in Johor when Dr Boo was reported to have compared “ bumiputeraism ” with state apartheid.
The king continued to exercise the right to occupy and use any castle in the kingdom in response to external threats, in those cases he would staff the occupied castles with his own men ; the king also retained the right to authorise the construction of new castles through the issuing of licenses to crenellate.
* Arecibo Science Advocacy Partnership ( ASAP ), established to protect the future of the Arecibo Observatory in response to NSF funding threats