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George Stubbs, William Blake, John Martin, Francisco Goya, Sir Thomas Lawrence, John Constable, Eugène Delacroix, Sir Edwin landseer, Caspar David Friedrich, JMW Turner
( C ) 1983 Acorn Computers Ltd. Thanks are due to the following contributors to the development of the Electron ( among others too numerous to mention ):- Bob Austin, Astec, Harry Barman, Paul Bond, Allen Boothroyd, Ben Bridgewater, Cambridge, John Cox, Chris Curry, 6502 designers, Jeremy Dion, Tim Dobson, Joe Dunn, Ferranti, Steve Furber, David Gale, Andrew Gordon, Martyn Gilbert, Lawrence Hardwick, Hermann Hauser, John Herbert, Hitachi, Andy Hopper, Paul Jephcot, Brian Jones, Chris Jordan, Computer Laboratory, Tony Mann, Peter Miller, Trevor Morris, Steve Parsons, Robin Pain, Glyn Phillips, Brian Robertson, Peter Robinson, David Seal, Kim Spence-Jones, Graham Tebby, Jon Thackray, Topexpress, Chris Turner, Hugo Tyson, John Umney, Alex van Someren, Geoff Vincent, Adrian Warner, Robin Williamson, Roger Wilson.
* Stephen Hawking, Steven Weinberg, Alexander Vilenkin, David Gross and Lawrence Krauss: Debate on Anthropic Reasoning Kavli-CERCA Conference Video Archive.
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Motor sport authors Mike Lawrence and David Hodges have said that a lack of resources may have cost the team results, a view echoed by Ron Tauranac.
David Lawrence Angell ( April 10, 1946 – September 11, 2001 ) was an American producer of sitcoms.
After an oil drilling operation in 1903 in Dexter, Kansas, produced a gas geyser that would not burn, Kansas state geologist Erasmus Haworth collected samples of the escaping gas and took them back to the University of Kansas at Lawrence where, with the help of chemists Hamilton Cady and David McFarland, he discovered that the gas consisted of, by volume, 72 % nitrogen, 15 % methane ( a combustible percentage only with sufficient oxygen ), 1 % hydrogen, and 12 % an unidentifiable gas.
His team suffered poor reliability during this period and motorsport authors Mike Lawrence and David Hodges have said that Brabham's reluctance to spend money may have cost the team results, a view echoed by Tauranac.
On August 11, 2003, Chris Allegretta officially handed the source code maintenance for nano to David Lawrence Ramsey.
Public information indicates that the group included Bradley Kuhn, Karl Fogel, Jim Blandy, Chamindra da Silva, Lawrence Rosen, and David Ascher.
* Rudgers, David F. Creating the Secret State: The Origins of the Central Intelligence Agency, 1943 – 1947 ( Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas Press, 2000 )
Moviegoers may recognize Sakamoto primarily through his score work on two films: Nagisa Oshima's Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence ( 1983 ), including the title theme and the duet " Forbidden Colours " with David Sylvian, and Bernardo Bertolucci's The Last Emperor ( 1987 ), the latter of which earned him the Academy Award with fellow composers David Byrne and Cong Su.
Frequent collaborator David Sylvian contributed lead vocals to " Forbidden Colours " – the main theme to Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence – which became a minor hit.
Sakamoto has also acted in several films: perhaps his most notable performance was as the conflicted Captain Yonoi in Merry Christmas Mr Lawrence, alongside Takeshi Kitano and British rock singer David Bowie.
The campus includes numerous works by well-known artists ( including the Centennial Fountain by Seattle artist George Tsutakawa — recipient of an honorary doctorate from Seattle U .— and a large glass sculpture in the PACCAR Atrium of Piggot Hall by Tacoma, Washington artist Dale Chihuly, as well as works by Chuck Close, Jacob Lawrence, Gwendolyn Knight, William Morris ( glass artist ) and David Mach ) and several architecturally notable buildings.
Others present, including David Crockett, restrained and disarmed Lawrence.
The late 1950s and 1960s also brought some more thoughtful big war films like Andrei Tarkovsky's Ivan's Childhood ( 1962 ), David Lean's Bridge on the River Kwai ( 1957 ), and Lawrence of Arabia ( 1962 ) as well as a fashion for all-star epics based on battles which were often quasi-documentary in style and filmed in Europe where extras and production costs were cheaper.
The production was directed and choreographed by Jerome Robbins, produced by Robert E. Griffith and Harold Prince and starred Larry Kert as Tony, Carol Lawrence as Maria, Chita Rivera as Anita and David Winters as Baby John, the youngest of the gang members.
* December 10 – David Lean's epic film Lawrence of Arabia, featuring Peter O ' Toole, Omar Sharif, Alec Guinness, Jack Hawkins, and Anthony Quinn premieres in London.
Some time between 9 and 10 a. m., John Kennedy called Pennsylvania governor David L. Lawrence, a Johnson backer, to request that Lawrence nominate Johnson for vice president if Johnson were to accept the role and then went to Johnson's suite to discuss a mutual ticket at 10: 15 a. m. John Kennedy then returned to his suite to announce the Kennedy-Johnson ticket to his closest supporters and Northern political bosses.
Also strongly backing the liberal civil rights plank were Democratic urban bosses like Ed Flynn of the Bronx, who promised the votes of northeastern delegates to Humphrey's platform, Jacob Arvey of Chicago, and David Lawrence of Pittsburgh.

Lawrence and Kusche
Lawrence David Kusche ( born November 1, 1940 ) is an American author and pilot.

Lawrence and research
As programming chief, Robert W. Pittman recruited and managed a team for the launch that included Tom Freston ( who succeeded Pittman as CEO of MTV networks ), Fred Seibert, John Sykes, Carolyn Baker ( original head of talent and acquisition ), Marshall Cohen ( original head of research ), Gail Sparrow ( of talent and acquisition ), Sue Steinberg ( executive producer ), Julian Goldberg, Steve Lawrence, Geoff Bolton studio producers and MTV News writers / AP Liz Nealon, Nancy LaPook and Robin Zorn, Steve Casey ( creator of the name " MTV " and its first program director ), Marcy Brahman, Ronald E. " Buzz " Brindle, and Robert Morton.
But research into paleontological, archaeological and historical specimens of red wolves by Ronald Nowak expanded their known range to include land south of the Saint Lawrence River in Canada, along the eastern seaboard, and west to Missouri and mid-Illinois, terminating in the southern latitudes of Central Texas.
The town boasted a " socio-cultural mix ," sat near the exact geographic center of the continental U. S., and Hume and Meyer's research told them that Lawrence was a prime missile target, because 150 Minuteman missile silos stood nearby.
After Von Laue's pioneering research, the field developed rapidly, most notably by physicists William Lawrence Bragg and his father William Henry Bragg.
He was saved by being appointed research assistant to Sir Lawrence Bragg, under a grant from the Rockefeller Foundation, on 1 January 1939.
More recently, there has been an annual protest against nuclear weapons research at Lawrence Livermore.
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory has worked out several energy technologies in the field of coal gasification, shale oil extraction, geothermal energy, advanced battery research, solar energy, and fusion energy.
Around this device, Lawrence built up his Radiation Laboratory, which would become the world's foremost laboratory for the new field of nuclear physics research in the 1930s.
His Radiation Laboratory ( known as the Rad Lab ), became one of the major centers for wartime nuclear research, and it was Lawrence who first introduced J. Robert Oppenheimer into what would soon become the Manhattan Project.
Just 23 days after his death, the Regents of the University of California voted to rename two of the university's nuclear research sites after Lawrence: the Lawrence Livermore and Lawrence Berkeley Laboratories.
When Lawrence of Arabia was first announced, Lawrence's biographer Lowell Thomas offered producer Spiegel and screenwriters Bolt and Wilson a large amount of research material he had produced on Lawrence during and after his time with him in the Arab Revolt.
In January 1914, before the outbreak of World War I, Lawrence was co-opted by the British Army to undertake a military survey of the Negev Desert while doing archaeological research.
To provide lab data about which sealants and tapes last, and which are likely to fail, research was conducted at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Environmental Energy Technologies Division.
In the 1890s, Lawrence Hargrave conducted research on wing structures and developed a box kite that lifted the weight of a man.
The Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory ( Berkeley Lab ), is a U. S. Department of Energy ( DOE ) national laboratory conducting unclassified scientific research.
The laboratory was founded as the Radiation Laboratory of the University of California, associated with the Physics Department, on August 26, 1931 by Ernest Orlando Lawrence as a site for centering physics research around his new instrument, the cyclotron ( a type of particle accelerator for which he won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1939 ).
Throughout the 1930s, Lawrence pushed to create larger and larger machines for physics research, courting private philanthropists for funding.
After the war, Lawrence sought to maintain strong government and military ties at his lab, which became incorporated into the new system of Atomic Energy Commission ( AEC ) ( now Department of Energy ( DOE )) National Laboratories, but in the early 1950s set out that the lab's purpose would be primarily non-classified research.
Classified weapon research would take place at Los Alamos National Laboratory ( LANL ) ( established during the war ) and the new Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory ( LLNL ), established by Lawrence and Edward Teller from what was originally a splinter from the original Radiation Laboratory.
It was Lawrence ’ s belief that scientific research is best done through teams of individuals with different fields of expertise, working together.

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