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Letter and drawing from Mary Anning announcing the discovery of a fossil animal now known as Plesiosaurus dolichodeirus, 26 December 1823
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In response British Foreign Secretary Robin Cook announced on 12 February 1998 that in the interests of openness, he had commissioned the historians of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office to prepare a historical memorandum on the Zinoviev Letter, drawing upon archival documents.
Paul Doherty, drawing extensively on the Fieschi Letter of the 1340s, has argued that Edward in fact escaped from Berkeley Castle with the help of William Ockle, a knight whom Doherty argues subsequently pretended to be Edward in disguise around Europe, using the name " William the Welshman " to draw attention away from the real Edward himself.
Finally, Alison Weir, again drawing on the Fieschi Letter, has recently argued that Edward II escaped his captors, killing one in the process, and lived as a hermit for many years ; in this interpretation, the body in Gloucester Cathedral is of Edward's dead captor.
In 2010, Red Letter Media delivered a scathing video critique of the film, drawing negative comparisons to The Three Stooges, Looney Tunes, and Home Alone.
Letter and from
* 1963 – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. pens his Letter from Birmingham Jail while incarcerated in Birmingham, Alabama for protesting against segregation.
About a fifth of the law code is taken up by Alfred's introduction, which includes translations into English of the Decalogue, a few chapters from the Book of Exodus, and the " Apostolic Letter " from Acts of the Apostles ( 15: 23 – 29 ).
A milestone in the evolution of the canon of New Testament books is his Easter letter from Alexandria, written in 367, usually referred to as his 39th Festal Letter.
* Letter in Support of Lomborg in Scientific American, a defense of Lomborg's work, from Matt Ridley, former scientific correspondent of The Economist
*" The Letter from Mohaun Los " ( under the title of " Flight into Super-Time ") — Wonder Stories, August 1932 LW1
After working on the commentary for Resnais ' film Le mystère de l ' atelier quinze in 1957, Marker continued to form his own cinematic style with the feature documentary Letter from Siberia.
Paul's Epistle ( or Letter ) to Philemon, usually referred to simply as Philemon, is a prison letter to Philemon from Paul of Tarsus.
Some ancient sources, such as Hippolytus, and some modern scholars consider that the epistle " from Laodicea " was never a lost epistle, but simply Paul recycling one of his other letters ( the most common candidate is the contemporary Letter to the Ephesians ), just as he asks for the copying and forwarding of the Letter to Colossians to Laodicea.
His influence was perhaps most keenly felt when, on the Whigs ’ dismissal from office in 1834, he issued a pamphlet entitled A Letter to a Late Cabinet Minister on the Crisis.
The explicit statement that Jesus was himself the Arche does not come from John's gospel but from the Letter to the Colossians.
Letter from Paul Wolfowitz to the Minister ( government ) | Ministers of the Member State of the European Union | EU states from December 2001 as part of the US-lobbying campaign against Galileo
The doughnut claim has since been repeated by media such as the BBC ( by Alistair Cooke in his Letter from America program ), The Guardian, MSNBC, CNN, Time magazine, and The New York Times ; mentioned in several books about Germany written by English-speaking authors, including Norman Davies and Kenneth C. Davis ; and used in the manual for the Speech Synthesis Markup Language.
The scene is drawn from a footnote to the Letter to M. D ' Alembert on Spectacles | Letter to d ' Alembert where Rousseau recalls witnessing the popular celebrations following the exercises of the St Gervais regiment.
The bulk of Locke's publishing took place upon his return from exilehis aforementioned Essay Concerning Human Understanding, the Two Treatises of Civil Government and A Letter Concerning Toleration all appearing in quick succession.
* Letter from Cathy ( 2003 ) ( text from a letter by Cathy Berberian to the composer ) for female jazz voice, harp, violin, double bass, piano, percussion
Letter and Mary
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.
The baptismal register at St Mary Woolnoth carries this entry: " Thomas, son of Francis Kydd, Citizen and Writer of the Courte Letter of London ".
Linda Hartinian, a personal friend of Dick, adapted the novel to the stage and designed the set, in addition to portraying Mary Ann Dominic and reading Dick's 1981 " Tagore Letter " at the end of the play.
Zweig is best known for his novellas ( notably The Royal Game, Amok, Letter from an Unknown Woman – filmed in 1948 by Max Ophüls ), novels ( Beware of Pity, Confusion of Feelings, and the posthumously published The Post Office Girl ) and biographies ( notably Erasmus of Rotterdam, Conqueror of the Seas: The Story of Magellan, and Mary, Queen of Scotland and the Isles and also posthumously published, Balzac ).
Eagels was posthumously nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress for her role in The Letter, but the Oscar went to Mary Pickford for the film Coquette.
Pope Pius XII, in his Apostolic Letter Sacro Vergente of 7 July 1952, consecrated Russia to the Blessed Virgin Mary.
If something within a run of italics needs to be italicized itself, the type is normally switched back to non-italicized ( roman ) type: " I think The Scarlet Letter had a chapter about that, thought Mary ".
# A Letter of Mary is set two years after the events of Monstrous Regiment and the Holmes-Russell marriage.
She and Holmes are also implied to be friends with fellow fictional detective Peter Wimsey, who makes a cameo appearance in A Letter of Mary.
In Letter 11, Voltaire argues in favour for the English practice of inoculation, which was little known in continental Europe at the time, having only been made known in Great Britain through the efforts of Lady Mary Wortley Montagu.
Her other films include Mary of Scotland ( 1936 ), The Letter ( 1940 ), The Trial of Mary Dugan ( 1941 ), You'll Never Get Rich ( 1941 ) and A Place in the Sun ( 1951 ).
* Mary: God's Yes to Man: Pope John Paul II Encyclical Letter: Mother of the Redeemer ( Ignatius, 1988 )
According to his Apostolic Letter Rosarium Virginis Mariae, the pontif's personal motto " Totus Tuus " was inspired by St. Louis ' doctrine on total consecration to the Virgin Mary, which he quoted:
Martha tells Mary she must (" Hold On ")--" when you see a man who's ragin '/ And he's jealous and he fears / That you've walked through walls he's hid behind for years ..." Mary writes to Archibald (" Letter Song ") urging him to come home.
Grignion de Montfort promoted a " total dedication " to Christ through devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary, which later also influenced popes such as John Paul II, as mentioned in his Apostolic Letter Rosarium Virginis Mariae.
Pope Pius XII, in his Apostolic Letter of 7 July 1952, Sacro Vergente consecrated Russia to the Most Blessed Virgin Mary.
* 2011 Pushcart XXXV Mary Beth Hughes for " Double Happiness " in A Public Space ; Elliott Holt for " Fem Care " in The Kenyon Review ; Cheryl Strayed for " Munro Country " in The Missouri Review ; Alan Shapiro's " Indoor Municipal Pool " in the New Ohio Review ; Sarah Einstein for " Mot " in Ninth Letter ; Martin Moran for " Analphabet ", Brigit Pegeen Kelly for " Rome ", L. S. Asekoff for " Hither & Yon ," all from Ploughshares
Among the film's most recognized images is Bette Davis as the aged Jane in blond Mary Pickford-like curls performing the syrupy, " I've Written a Letter to Daddy.