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Man and is
Man is not confined to one outlet for his vital energy.
Man, we are told, is endowed with reason and is capable of distinguishing good from bad.
One such is Abraham Meyer, the writer of a recent book, Speaking Of Man.
For here if anywhere in contemporary literature is a major effort to counterbalance Existentialism and restore some of its former lustre to the tarnished image of the species Man, or, as Malraux himself puts it, `` to make men conscious of the grandeur they ignore in themselves ''.
The medical title of `` Lobar Ventilation In Man '' by Drs. C. J. Martin and A. C. Young, covers a brief paper which is one part of a much larger effort to apply electronics to the study of the respiratory process.
`` It is as though '', I said on the historic three-hour, coast-to-coast radio broadcast which I bought ( following Father Coughlin and pre-empting the Eddie Cantor, Manhattan Merry-go-round and Major Bowes shows ) `` That Man in the White House, like some despot of yore, insisted on reading my diary, raiding my larder and ransacking my lingerie!!
We must realize with Prof. Charles Morris in his The Open Self that `` Man is the being that can continually remake himself, the artisan that is himself the material for his own creation ''.
Sir Julian Huxley in his book Uniqueness Of Man makes the novel point that just as man is unique in being the only animal which requires a long period of infancy and childhood under family protection, so is he the only animal who has a long period after the decline of his procreativity.
Perhaps the Pirate who will be the unhappiest over the news that Musial probably will sit out most of the series is Bob Friend, who was beaten by The Man twice last season on dramatic home runs.
Man is at once a gregarious animal and a form-creating being.
`` A Toast To The Bride '', sung by Clarence Nordstrom, playing a character called Old Man Toomey, is quite simple, direct and touching.
Yet there is the classic case of the Gershwins' `` The Man I Love ''.
`` The root question in American politics is always: Who's the Man to See??
It is followed by the Nihon shoki, completed in 720, and that by the Man ' yōshū, which dates from c. 771-785, but includes material that is about 400 years earlier ( Miller 1971: 4 ).
* 1945 – World War II: Nagasaki, Japan is devastated when an atomic bomb, Fat Man, is dropped by the United States B-29 Bockscar.
* Man has free will to respond or resist: Free will is limited by God's sovereignty, but God's sovereignty allows all men the choice to accept the Gospel of Jesus through faith, simultaneously allowing all men to resist.
Rogers stated that " one may see that Solitude and Retirement from the World is not such an unsufferable State of Life as most Men imagine, especially when People are fairly call'd or thrown into it unavoidably, as this Man was ".
His most influential works include Man is Not Alone, God in Search of Man, The Sabbath, and The Prophets.

Man and first
Da Ponte would write his first opera libretto for Salieri, Il ricco d ' un giorno ( A Rich Man for a Day ) in 1784, it was not a success.
During 1976, Grant wrote her first song (" Mountain Man "), performed in public for the first time — at Harpeth Hall School — the all-girls school she attended, recorded a demo tape for her parents with church youth-leader Brown Bannister, then later when Bannister was dubbing a copy of the tape, Chris Christian, the owner of the recording studio, heard the demo and called Word Records.
The Nobel Prize winning novelist Patrick White named his 1955 novel The Tree of Man also after a line in " On Wenlock Edge " and Arthur C. Clarke's first novel, Against the Fall of Night, is taken from a work in Housman's More Poems.
The later usage was in part attributed to the choices of gold, silver and bronze to represent the first three Ages of Man in Greek mythology: the Golden Age, when men lived among the gods ; the Silver age, where youth lasted a hundred years ; and the Bronze Age, the era of heroes, and was first adopted at the 1904 Summer Olympics.
During the Labor Day weekend in 1952, The Saddlemen were renamed Bill Haley with Haley's Comets ( inspired by a popular mispronunciation of Halley's Comet ), and in 1953, Haley's recording of " Crazy Man, Crazy " ( co-written by Haley and his bass player, Marshall Lytle although Lytle would not receive credit until 2001 ) became the first rock and roll song to hit the American charts, peaking at no. 15 on Billboard and no. 11 on Cash Box.
According to a 2010 interview on Blog Talk Radios, Lessons Learned, Rick Tocquigny, when asked if Mumy was a Jonathan Harris fan, before Mumy's first meeting with Harris on Lost in Space, he said at age 5, he was too young to watch his mentor's show The Third Man which was probably late at night, but was old enough to watch The Bill Dana Show ( which also starred Harris's real-life best friend Don Adams ).
The first Manx translation of the Book of Common Prayer was made by Bishop John Phillips of Sodor and Man in 1610.
The first influential writer to propose such an idea explicitly was Julien Offray de La Mettrie, in his book Man a Machine ( L ' homme machine ).
While Mellow Man Ace was the first mainstream rapper to use Spanglish, Frost's song " La Raza " paved the way for its use in American hip hop.
He had come to realize that the Italian stage needed reforming ; adopting Molière as his model, he went to work in earnest and in 1738 produced his first real comedy, L ' uomo di mondo (" The Man of the World ").
He directed dozens of silent films, including Paramount Pictures ' first production, The Squaw Man ( 1914 ), which was co-directed by Oscar Apfel, before coming into huge popularity during the late 1910s and early 1920s, when he reached the apex of his popularity with such films as Don't Change Your Husband ( 1919 ), The Ten Commandments ( 1923 ), and The King of Kings ( 1927 ).
" Iron Man " Torres, played by John Dehner-the world's first cyborg, plans to assassinate President Grant in New Mexico.
* In the first episode of the second series of James May's Man Lab, James May and Oz Clarke were demonstrating map-reading skills by pretending to escape from Dartmoor prison and cross Dartmoor to their escape car ( although they had to start their escape from outside the prison grounds as they were not allowed permission inside the prison ).
The last article of the Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen was adopted on 26 August 1789, by the National Constituent Assembly ( Assemblée nationale constituante ), during the period of the French Revolution, as the first step toward writing a constitution for France.
* 1982 – Time's Man of the Year is for the first time a non-human, the personal computer.
In 1976 he earned acclaim for his first major film role, portraying Thomas Jerome Newton, an alien from a dying planet, in The Man Who Fell to Earth, directed by Nic Roeg.
Cover art for paperback edition of The Secret of Saturn's Rings ( 1966 ) Wollheim's first story, " The Man from Ariel ," was published in the January 1934 issue of Wonder Stories when he was nineteen.
Inside Man was their first DCP cinema release, and was transmitted to 20 theaters in the United States along with two trailers.
* 1914 – A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, the first novel by James Joyce, is serialised in The Egoist.
Their first two music videos, " Secret Agent Man " and " Jocko Homo " featured on The Truth About De-Evolution, were filmed in Akron, the hometown of most members.
While not as successful as their first record, it did produce some fan favorites with the songs " Blockhead " and " The Day My Baby Gave Me a Surprize ", as well as a cover of the Johnny Rivers hit " Secret Agent Man ".
" Secret Agent Man " had been recorded first in 1974 for Devo's first film and performed live as early as 1976.

Man and religious
This article is about the demographic features of the population of the Isle of Man, including population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the populace, economic status, religious affiliations and other aspects of the population.
Archaeologists John Hodgson and Mark Brennand suggest that bog bodies may have been related to religious practice, although there is division in the academic community over this issue and in the case of Lindow Man, whether the killing was murder or ritualistic is still debated.
The First Amendment was one of the first guarantees of religious freedom: neither the English Bill of Rights, nor the French Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen, contains a similar guarantee.
The comics explore religious fundamentalism through the person of William Stryker and his Purifiers, an anti-mutant group that emerged in the 1982 graphic novel God Loves, Man Kills.
The Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen ( 1789 ) guarantees freedom of religion, as long as religious activities do not infringe on public order in ways detrimental to society.
The Edict of Versailles did not legally proclaim freedom of religion in France – this took two more years, with the Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen of 1789 – however, it was an important step in eliminating religious tensions and it officially ended religious persecution within his realm.
The Umatilla argued that their oral history goes back 10, 000 years and say that their people have been present on their historical territory since the dawn of time, so a government holding that Kennewick Man is not Native American is tantamount to the government's rejection of their religious beliefs.
In 1966, Le Mesurier portrayed Abadiah the religious sandwich man in Robert Hartford-Davis's The Sandwich Man, and had small roles in Don Sharp's Our Man in Marrakesh, Sidney Hayers's Finders Keepers and the supernatural J. Lee Thompson film Eye of the Devil, featuring Deborah Kerr and David Niven in the lead roles.
Man has built in himself images as a sense of security — religious, political, personal.
A devout Catholic, O ' Connor often imbued her stories, among them the widely studied " A Good Man is Hard to Find " and " Everything That Rises Must Converge ", and two novels, Wise Blood ( 1952 ); The Violent Bear It Away ( 1960 ), with deeply religious themes, focusing particularly on the search for truth and religious skepticism against the backdrop of the nuclear age.
:" To promote research and other scientific work in connection with the factors which influence development and retrogression in man and their operation in individuals and communities ; to investigate the origin and elaboration of scientific hypotheses and secular and religious philosophies and their bearing on general theories of Man and his place in the universe ; and to study comparative methodology in history, philosophy and natural science ".
In 1973 the American Psychiatric Association reversed its position on homosexuality by declaring that it was not a mental disorder and thus not properly subject to cure, and in 1976 Ellis clarified his earlier views in Sex and the Liberated Man, expounding that some homosexual disturbed behaviors may be subject to treatment but, in most cases, that should not be attempted as homosexuality is not inherently good or evil, except from a religious viewpoint ( See " Albert Ellis and religion ", below ).
Full religious freedom had to wait two more years, with enactment of the Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen of 1789.
In Britain, the image of the Green Man enjoyed a revival in the 19th century, becoming popular with architects during the Gothic revival and the Arts and Crafts era, when it appeared as a decorative motif in and on many buildings, both religious and secular.
1972, 42 " The Little Man " and the unstaged 1869 drama Di Takse (" The Tax ") both condemned the corruption by which religious taxes ( in the latter case, specifically the tax on kosher meat ) were diverted to benefit community leaders rather than the poor.
The Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen ( 1789 ), adopted by the National Constituent Assembly during the French Revolution, states in Article 10: " No-one shall be interfered with for his opinions, even religious ones, provided that their practice doesn't disturb public order as established by the law.
Many religious and philosophical traditions claim that evil behavior is an aberration that results from the imperfect human condition ( e. g. " The Fall of Man ").
Full religious freedom had to wait two more years until the Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen of 1789, but the 1787 Edict of Tolerance was a pivotal step in subduing religious strife and it officially ended religious persecution in France.
In the religious writings of Kabbalah, Adam Kadmon is a phrase meaning " Primal Man ".

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