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Johnson was a 2000 graduate of the Harvard Divinity School Summer Leadership Institute, a program that prepares students for work in faith-based urban economic revitalization.
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Mrs. Roebuck thought Johnson was a `` sweet bawh t'lah lahk thet '', but her Herman was getting to be a man, there was no getting around it.
Johnson unwired the right hand door, whose window was, like the left one, merely loosely-taped fragments of glass, and Johnson wadded himself into a narrow seat made still more narrow by three cases of beer.
But it was only Johnson reaching around the wire chicken fencing, which half covered the truck cab's glassless rear window.
It was Baker, working through Provost Marshal Enoch Crowder and Major Hugh S. ( `` Old Ironpants '' ) Johnson, who arranged for a secret printing by the million of selective service blanks -- again before the Act was passed -- until corridors in the Government Printing Office were full and the basement of the Washington Post Office was stacked to the ceiling.
As Rector was walking back toward the residential hall, Johnson came out of the basement and bounded up to him.
You remember the words of President Kennedy a week or so ago, when someone asked him when he was in Canada, and Dean Rusk was in Europe, and Vice President Johnson was in Asia, `` Who is running the store ''??
John Foster Dulles escaped by keeping his personal show on the road and because Lyndon Johnson, who was then operating the Senate, refused to let it become an Inquisition.
To Decathlon Man Rafer Johnson ( Time cover, Aug. 29 ), whose gold medal in last summer's Olympic Games was won as much on gumption as talent, went the A.A.U.'s James E. Sullivan Memorial Trophy as the outstanding U.S. amateur athlete of 1960.
Meanwhile, Douglas was selected as the candidate of the Northern Democrats, with Herschel Vespasian Johnson as the vice-presidential candidate.
Lincoln was a master politician, bringing together — and holding together — all the main factions of the Republican Party, and bringing in War Democrats such as Edwin M. Stanton and Andrew Johnson as well.
James Johnson argued that A Modest Proposal was largely influenced and inspired by Tertullian ’ s Apology: a satirical attack against early Roman persecution of Christianity.
Among his staff was Isham G. Harris, the Governor of Tennessee, who had ceased to make any real effort to function as governor after learning that Abraham Lincoln had appointed Andrew Johnson as military governor of Tennessee.
The American Film Institute ( AFI ) is an independent non-profit organization created by the National Endowment for the Arts, which was established in 1967 when President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities Act.
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Other roles include: starring opposite Jim Carrey in the Andy Kaufman biopic Man on the Moon ( 1999 ); as Joan Vollmer in Beat ( 2000 ) alongside Kiefer Sutherland ; and a leading role in Julie Johnson ( 2001 ) as Lili Taylor's lesbian lover, for which she won an Outstanding Actress award at L. A .' s Outfest.
Admiral Clark became the 27th Chief of Naval Operations on July 21, 2000, relieving Admiral Jay L. Johnson.
The position was previously held by Ken Livingstone from the creation of the role on 4 May 2000 until his succession by Johnson.
This was revealed by a declassified interview with then-US National Security Council minutekeeper Robert Johnson released in August 2000 from Senate intelligence committee's inquiry on covert action.
Matthau was married twice ; first to Grace Geraldine Johnson from 1948 to 1958, and then from 1959 until his death in 2000 to Carol Marcus.
* Cambridge University Press 1584 – 1984 ; Black, Michael, Foreword by Gordon Johnson ; 2000 ; ISBN 978-0-521-66497-4, Hardback ISBN 978-0-521-26473-0
As of 27 May 2010 the world's best for this event was 30. 85 seconds, set by Michael Johnson in Pretoria in 2000.
Dublin is the principal city of the Dublin Micropolitan Statistical Area, a micropolitan area that covers Johnson and Laurens counties and had a combined population of 53, 434 at the 2000 census.
* Kristen Johnson, Miss Kentucky USA 2005, 2nd Runner-up to Miss USA 2005, Miss Kentucky Teen USA 2000, Miss Photogenic and 2nd Runner-up to Miss Teen USA 2000
* Michael Johnson ( 2000 ), Bass player in touring bands: Making It Right, Elle Driver, the Dotted Eyes
* Aubrey Eugene Robinson, Jr., ( 1923 – 2000 ), Chief Federal Judge of the District Court of the District of Columbia, appointed by Lyndon B. Johnson in 1966.
The A-Team folded in 2000 and Mullen went from company founder to company rider under former Maple rider Marc Johnson, who started Enjoi Skateboards.
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The Higher Education Facilities Act of 1963, which was signed into law by Johnson a month after becoming president, authorized several times more college aid within a five-year period than had been appropriated under the Land Grant College in a century, and provided better college libraries, ten to twenty new graduate centers, several new technical institutes, classrooms for several hundred thousand students, and twenty-five to thirty new community colleges a year.
The first members to graduate from the new Coal Valley High School were Ruth Schroeder, Evelyn Martin, Mary Kepple, Florence Robinson, Raymond Johnson, Harlan Raub, Robert Anderson, Sydney Bradford and Francis Creger.
* Galynn Brady ( nee Johnson ), a graduate of Browerville High School, is the mother of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady
Johnson chose one of his master's graduate students, Mary Tudor ( researcher ), to conduct the experiment and he supervised her research.
A graduate of the University of Mississippi and Ole Miss Law, Johnson was a practicing attorney in Jackson and Hattiesburg, marrying his college sweetheart Dorothy Power in 1941.
Johnson soon signed Marv Wood, a 195-pound fullback from the University of California, and Walt Cassidy, a wide receiver and 1923 graduate of the University of Detroit.
Among many alumni who have followed in Washington's footsteps by donating generously, Rupert Johnson, Jr., a 1962 graduate who is vice chairman of the $ 600-billion Franklin Templeton investment management firm, gave $ 100 million to Washington and Lee in June 2007, establishing a merit-based financial aid and curriculum enrichment program.
After graduation Nutt became a graduate assistant for Oklahoma State under head coach Jimmy Johnson.
Johnson attended Forman School for dyslexics and University of Maine, where he majored in poultry husbandry, but did not graduate.
Johnson is a 1977 graduate of Auburn University and winner of the 1974-75 National Pacemaker Award while on the staff of The Auburn Plainsman.
Once home to the Hartford College for Women, it now includes academic classrooms and graduate student campus housing in fourteen townhouses and Johnson House.
Wishing to follow in his father's footsteps, Johnson won permission from General Enoch Crowder to attend the University of California ( at Berkeley ) where he received his Bachelor of Laws degree ( with honors ) in 1915 and his Juris Doctor in 1916 ( doubling up on courses to graduate in half the time required ).
It houses administrative offices for the Master of Business Administration program, Kelley Executive Partners, the Johnson Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, and graduate accounting programs.
He is the Thomas Hawkins Johnson Visiting Scholar at the United States Military Academy, where he lectures on international relations and has advised cadets seeking Rhodes scholarships and other graduate fellowships.
Gill was soon joined by Benny Johnson ( a Pople graduate student ) and Carlos Gonzalez ( another Pople postdoc ), but the latter left the company shortly thereafter.
The Business Scholar Program is currently led by Gerald R. Johnson, Jr., a 1969 graduate of Hanover College.
Born in Ashley, Pennsylvania, Johnson is a graduate of Girard College, a private boarding school for children in need in Philadelphia.
" Phillips accused outgoing Governor Barnett and Democratic opponent Paul Johnson of " rooster fighting with U. S. martshals " in the 1962 desegregation crisis, which ended in the enrollment of James Meredith as the first African American student and subsequent Ole Miss graduate.
Johnson Hall, named in honor of Ms. Nettie E. Johnson was a graduate of the class of 1903, Copeland Hall, was named in memory of Ernestine Inez Copeland, Fischer Hall, was named in memory of Ms. Rubye G. Fischer a former principal of the J. C. Corbin Laboratory School, and Stevens Hall, was named for the late Maggie R. Stevens a former counselor at Branch Normal College.
It continues to offer education at the undergraduate, graduate, and professional levels ; and it operates a joint degree program with the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management, which HR Patriot termed the " crown jewel for aspiring HR professionals ".
The original founders included five Caltech graduate students in Computer Science ( Gary Clow, Doug Whiting, John Tanner, Mike Schuster and William Dally ), two engineers from industry ( Scott Karns and Robert Monsour ) and two board members from industry ( Robert Johnson of Southern California Ventures and Hugh Ness of Scientific Atlanta ).
After graduation in 1967, Daniels was named one of Indiana's Presidential Scholars — the state ’ s top male high school graduate that year — by President Lyndon Johnson.
It was written by Harvard graduate and University of California, Berkeley law professor emeritus Phillip E. Johnson.