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It was later renamed to BlackLight Power Inc. By 2000 Mills raised $ 25 million in funding for the company, recruiting several researchers to sit on the board, which subsequently included representatives of venture capital firms and as well as a former CEO of Westinghouse, and an ex-deputy director of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
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`` Fred was mighty crude about the way he took in cattle '' his own hired man, Andy Ross, mentioned later.
I seized the rack and made a western-style flying-mount just in time, one of my knees mercifully landing on my duffel bag -- and merely wrecking my camera, I was to discover later -- my other knee landing on the slivery truck floor boards and -- but this is no medical report.
Twenty minutes later she was at the desk of the Grafin's pension, her tears dried, signing a hotel form and asking for a bath.
( Her account was later confirmed by the Scobee-Frazier Expedition from the University of Manitoba in 1951.
To Tilghman the incident was just one of a long list of hair-raising, smash-'em-down adventures on the side of the law which started in 1872 when he was only eighteen years old, and did not end till fifty years later when he was shot dead after warning a drunk to be quiet.
he became Otto Klemperer's personal assistant at the Cologne Opera, and a year later was promoted to the position of regular conductor.
The state's rights position was formulated by Jefferson and Madison in the Kentucky and Virginia Resolves, but in their later careers as heads of state the two proved themselves better Hamiltonians than Jeffersonians.
and, `` I do think that families are the most beautiful things in all the world '', burst out Jo some five hundred pages later in that popular story of the March family, which had first appeared when Henrietta was eight ; ;
We were given a job and we carried it out, and later, his case was taken up by the Disciplinary Committee.
Another Indiana observer later commented, `` Perhaps we shall never know how much was spent ( by Hearst ), but if as much money was expended elsewhere as in Indiana a liberal fortune was squandered ''.
A few weeks later the maps were being divided into squares and a position was described as being `` about lots 239, 247 and 272 with pickets forward as far as 196 ''.
Boniface was later to explain to the English that Robert of Burgundy and Guy De St.-Pol were easy enough to do business with ; ;
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It is remembered and has been commemorated by a bust in a park and a square in the city which was renamed Piazzo Lauro Di Bosis after the war.
In September 1822 two companies of infantry arrived at the mouth of the St. Peter's River, the head of navigation on the Mississippi, and began construction of Fort St. Anthony which, upon completion, was renamed in honor of its commander, Colonel Josiah Snelling.
The category's original name was Best Art Direction and was changed to its current name for the 85th Academy Awards, with the Art Director's branch being renamed the Designer's branch.
The SI second was defined in terms of the caesium atom in 1967, and in 1971 it was renamed International Atomic Time ( TAI ).
During the 17th century, practical alchemy started to evolve into modern chemistry, as it was renamed by Robert Boyle, the " father of modern chemistry ".< ref name =" Deem, Rich 2005 ">
Christopher Robin Milne's stuffed bear, originally named " Edward ", was renamed " Winnie-the-Pooh " after a Canadian black bear named Winnie ( after Winnipeg ), which was used as a military mascot in World War I, and left to London Zoo during the war.
It was successively renamed Annales d ' histoire sociale ( 1939 – 1942, 1945 ), Mélanges d ' histoire sociale ( 1942 – 1944 ), Annales.
A native New Englander, Amos Bronson Alcott was born in Wolcott, Connecticut ( only recently renamed from " Farmingbury ") on November 29, 1799.
Preferring to die rather than give up his chastity, he threw himself into the river Amazonius, which was subsequently renamed Tanais.
At the same time, the most western island of the Juan Fernández Islands was renamed Alejandro Selkirk Island although Selkirk probably never saw that island ( 97 miles west ).
* Lauder College ( named after his uncle who encouraged him to get an education ) in the Halbeth area of Dunfermline was renamed Carnegie College in 2007.
Hellen, Graikos, Magnis, and Macedon were sons of Deucalion and Pyrrha, the only people who survived the Great Flood ; the ethne were said to have originally been named after the elder son Graikoi but renamed later after Hellen who was proved to be the strongest.
In the Australian Capital Territory, the Act of Settlement was, on 11 May 1989, converted, from an act of the Parliament of England into an ACT enactment, by section 34 ( 4 ) of the Australian Capital Territory ( Self-Government ) Act 1988 ( Cwlth ), and then renamed The Act of Settlement 1700 by the Legislation Act 2001.
The Aster CT-80, an early home / personal computer developed by the small Dutch company MCP ( later renamed to Aster Computers ), was sold in its first incarnation as a kit for hobbyists.
* In the Star Wars prequels, the galactic capital planet Coruscant has buildings many miles tall, and approaches the completely built-over condition of Trantor in Isaac Asimov's classic Foundation trilogy ( Note: due to this, Coruscant was originally to be named Jhantor but was eventually renamed Coruscant ).