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The participants were Professor H. Bondi, professor of mathematics at King's College, London ; ;
Wiles was born in Cambridge, England, in 1953, and he attended King's College School, Cambridge, and The Leys School, Cambridge.
In the years following the Revolution the poetic device " Columbia " was used as a symbol of both Columbus and America, King's College of New York changed its name in 1792 to Columbia, and the new capitol in Washington was subtitled District of Columbia.
King's College ( University of King's College ) was an Anglican School and Dalhousie University, which was originally non-denominational, had placed itself under the control and direction of the Church of Scotland.
Category: People associated with King's College London
London: King's College Publications, pp. 441 – 473.
In 1934, then enrolled as a graduate student at King's College London, he wrote his Ph. D. thesis on Trade and War in the Eastern Seas, 1803-1810, which was awarded the Julian Corbett Prize in Naval History for 1935.
King's College, Cambridge | King's College, one of the constituent colleges of the University of Cambridge
Category: Alumni of King's College London
The university was founded in 1754 as King's College by royal charter of George II of Great Britain.
After the American Revolutionary War, King's College briefly became a state entity, and was renamed Columbia College in 1784.
Attendees of King's College, Columbia's predecessor, included five Founding Fathers.
He came from a prosperous family, worked briefly as a lawyer in the 1820s, and held the post of Professor of Geology at King's College London in the 1830s.
Category: Academics of King's College London
Well known UK universities providing dental courses are the Universities of Glasgow, Cardiff, Queen's Belfast, Birmingham, Bristol, Dundee, Manchester, Sheffield and King's College London.
In 1920 the University of King's College in Windsor, Nova Scotia burned down.
Through a grant from the Carnegie Foundation however, King's College was able to relocate to Halifax and entered into a partnership with Dalhousie University which continues to this day.
Andrew R. Cobb also designed University of King's College buildings including the main building and chapel, 1928 ; dormitory, 1931.

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* Brian Eno's album Before and After Science includes a song entitled " King's Lead Hat ", an anagram of " Talking Heads ", a band Eno has worked with.
In recent times, it has become customary to invite units from France's allies to the parade ; in 2004 during the centenary of the Entente Cordiale, British troops ( the band of the Royal Marines, the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment, Grenadier Guards and King's Troop, Royal Horse Artillery ) led the Bastille Day parade in Paris for the first time, with the Red Arrows flying overhead.
The Royal Lyceum Theatre has its own company, while the King's Theatre, Edinburgh Festival Theatre, and Edinburgh Playhouse stage large touring shows.
* Averil Cameron ( professor at King's College and Oxford ) and Stuart Hall ( historian and theologian ), in their recent translation of the Life of Constantine, point out that writers such as Burckhardt found it necessary to attack Eusebius in order to undermine the ideological legitimacy of the Habsburg empire, which based itself on the idea of Christian empire derived from Constantine, and that the most controversial letter in the Life has since been found among the papyri of Egypt.
The first four, like the King's Chamber, have flat roofs formed by the floor of the chamber above, but the final chamber has a pointed roof.
* University of King's College in Halifax, Nova Scotia has a History of Science and Technology Program.
The following year, Major watched his first debate in the House of Commons – Harold Macmillan's only budget – and has attributed his political ambitions to that event, and to a chance meeting with former Prime Minister Clement Attlee on the King's Road.
As a teenager, Polgár has been credited with contributing to the popularity of the opening variation King's Bishop's Gambit.
Polgár prefers aggressive openings, playing 1. e4 as White and the Sicilian or King's Indian Defence with black, but she has also said her opening choices will also depend upon her trainer.
He has also signed on to direct, produce, and write an adaptation of Stephen King's sci-fi novel 11 / 22 / 63 that centers around an attempt to go back in time and stop the Kennedy Assassination.
As a footnote, Lord Peter Wimsey has also been included by the science fiction writer Philip José Farmer as a member of the Wold Newton family ; and Laurie R. King's detective character Mary Russell meets up with Lord Peter at a party in the novel A Letter of Mary.
Although critical reaction to King's work has been mostly positive, he has occasionally come under fire from academic writers.
Psychoanalysis has claimed success in the treament of stuttering, such as the therapy used on King George in " The King's Speech.
In the new style, the King's head is more trapezoidal with a slightly smaller and undecorated crown, he has a huge nose ( even bigger than Rodney's ) which covers his mouth and chin, and when he opens his mouth it appears that his beard has been shaved off.
) He has an enormous nose, the source of many jokes — and is always trying to win the King's attention.
Stephen King got the name Castle Rock from the fictional mountain fort of the same name in Lord of the Flies, using the name to refer to a fictional town that has appeared in a number of King's novels.
Along with King's and St John's colleges, it has also provided several of the well known members of the Apostles, an intellectual secret society.
The estate has over 4. 65 hectares of garden and parkland for exploring and relaxing, and the house has been restored to reflect life during King's era.
Burke, in a memorable passage of a memorable speech, has described this " chequered and speckled " administration with great humour, speaking of it as " patriots and courtiers, King's friends and republicans ; Whigs and Tories ... indeed a very curious show, but utterly unsafe to touch and unsure to stand on.
The classic " use of unnecessary violence in the apprehension of the Blues Brothers has been approved " line delivered by a police dispatcher is an obvious homage to Daley's 1968 order during the riots following Martin Luther King's assassination.
It has also been used as a common motif in popular music, including Hank Thompson's " Humpty Dumpty Heart " ( 1948 ), The Monkees ' " All the King's Horses " ( 1966 ), Aretha Franklin's " All the King's Horses " ( 1972 ).

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The two never met again, and with many other occupants of New Providence, Hornigold accepted the King's pardon from Woodes Rogers in June the following year.
* Parliament decreed that Parliamentary Ordinances were valid without royal assent following the King's refusal to assent to the Militia Ordinance 15 March 1642
In the uneasy silence following the cessation of Stalin's last agonies, Beria was the first to dart forward to kiss his lifeless form ( a move likened by Sebag-Montefiore to " wrenching a dead King's ring off his finger ").
The following month, DC Comics premiered American Vampire, a monthly comic book series written by King with short story writer Scott Snyder, and illustrated by Rafael Albuquerque, which represents King's first original comics work.
King's government greatly expanded the role of the National Research Council of Canada during the war, moving into full-scale research in nuclear physics and commercial use of nuclear power in the following years.
However, the following year she played Connie in Stephen King's Maximum Overdrive, noting it was " truly a dreadful film but I had a great part in it.
The following month her father underwent surgery for lung cancer, and Margaret was appointed one of the Counsellors of State who undertook the King's official duties while he was incapacitated.
A reform of the King's title following an Imperial Conference decision and given effect by the Royal and Parliamentary Titles Act 1927, changed the King's royal title so that it took account of the fact that there was no longer a United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.
This Regency period was seen as one of debauchery and loose morals following the austere nature of the latter years of Louis XIV's reign, which had seen a series of cripplingly expensive wars and the King's turn to religiosity.
She assumed the role of Elizabeth's guardian following the King's death ; and another book, The Lamentations of a Sinner, was published.
The following example is from the grammar book The King's English:
The following departments currently make up the King's Household:
He was however recalled to the Young King's household following the king's second rebellion against his father, and was at his side when Henry died of dysentery near Limoges on 11 June 1183.
Up to 1564, any criticism of governmental measures voiced by William and the other members of the opposition had ostensibly been directed at Granvelle ; however, after the latter's departure early that year, William, who may have found increasing confidence in his alliance with the Protestant princes of Germany following his second marriage, began to openly criticize the King's anti-Protestant politics.
Later, in his Apology ( 1580 ), William stated that his resolve to oppose the King's policies had originated in June 1559, when, during a hunting trip to the Bois de Vincennes together with the duke of Alva and King Henry II of France, to whom both had been sent as hostages to ensure the proper fulfilment of the conditions of the Treaty of Cateau-Cambrésis following the Hispano-French war, the latter two had openly discussed a secret understanding between Philip and Henry which aimed at the extermination of the Protestants in both France and the Netherlands ; William at that time had kept silent, but had decided for himself that he would not allow the slaughter of so many innocent subjects.
On 12 August of the same year, La Vieuville was arrested on charges of corruption, and Cardinal Richelieu took his place as the King's principal minister the following day, although Cardinal de la Rochefoucauld nominally remained president of the council ( Richelieu was officially appointed as president in November 1629 ).
He made this reassignment, even before she started working at King's, because of the following pioneering work by Maurice Wilkins and Raymond Gosling-a Ph. D. student assigned to help Franklin.
Following the King's execution in 1649, the manor passed rapidly through various parliamentarian ownerships including Leeds MP Adam Baynes and civil war general John Lambert but, following the restoration of the monarchy in 1660, was back in the ownership of Henrietta Maria ( now Charles I's widow and mother of the new King, Charles II ).
When Winston departed for Ireland the following year, John enrolled at the Dublin Free School ; but by 1664, following his father's recall to the position of Junior Clerk Comptroller of the King's Household at Whitehall, John had transferred his studies to St Paul's School in London.
For his services during the crisis Churchill was made Lord Churchill of Eyemouth in the peerage of Scotland in 1682, and the following year appointed colonel of the King's Own Royal Regiment of Dragoons.

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