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Many early professional performances of Wuorinen ’ s compositions took place on the Music of Our Time series at the 92nd Street Y run by violinist Max Pollikoff.
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Many of you are familiar, I'm sure, with the story of my early struggles: the fire in January, 1947, that destroyed everything -- even our precious list of subscribers.
Many Christian denominations have been influenced by Arminian views, notably the Baptists ( See A History of the Baptists Third Edition by Robert G. Torbet ) in the 16th century, the Methodists, the Congregationalists of the early New England colonies in the 17th and 18th centuries and the Universalists and Unitarians in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Many of Alcott's educational principles are still used in classrooms today, including " teach by encouragement ", art education, music education, acting exercises, learning through experience, risk-taking in the classroom, tolerance in schools, physical education / recess, and early childhood education.
Many early investigators proposed a Caucasian ancestry, although recent DNA tests have not shown any genetic similarity with modern Europeans.
Many of Canberra's suburbs are named after former Prime Ministers, famous Australians, early settlers, or use Aboriginal words for their title.
Many retailers open very early ( typically 5 am or even earlier ) and offer doorbuster deals and loss leaders to draw people to their stores.
Many of the early building societies were based in taverns or coffeehouses, which had become the focus for a network of clubs and societies for co-operation and the exchange of ideas among Birmingham's highly active citizenry as part of the movement known as the Midlands Enlightenment.
Many thinkers point to the concept of citizenship beginning in the early city-states of ancient Greece, although others see it as primarily a modern phenomenon dating back only a few hundred years.
Many early aircraft engines ( and a few in other applications ) had the crankshaft fixed to the airframe and instead the cylinders rotated, known as a rotary engine design.
Many of Jones ' cartoons of the 1930s and early 1940s were lavishly animated, but audiences and fellow Schlesinger staff members found them lacking in genuine humor.
There are early mystery novels in which a police force attempts to contend with the type of criminal known in the 1920s as a homicidal maniac, such as a few of the early novels of Philip Macdonald and Ellery Queen's Cat of Many Tails.
Many of the early strips were reprints of the Bull Tales cartoons, with some changes to the drawings and plots.
Many years later these alpha versions were sanctioned by id Software because of historical interest ; they reveal how the game progressed from its early design stages.
Many early experiments found that any modification of the apparatus that can determine which slit a particle passes through will reduce the visibility of interference at the screen, thereby illustrating the complementarity principle: that light ( and electrons, etc.
She outlined her family's poverty in her early songs " Coat of Many Colors " and " In the Good Old Days ( When Times Were Bad )".
Many early bassists doubled on both the brass bass and string bass, as the instruments were then often referred to.
Many instances of video or digital playback occurred during the early 2000s and claims to significance for the development of the industry vary.
Many historic bands and early rock music recordings used this configuration, notable users including Ringo Starr in the Beatles, Mitch Mitchell in the Jimi Hendrix Experience, John Barbata in the Turtles and many others.
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Many amateurs are beginners or hobbyists, while others have a high degree of experience in astronomy and often assist and work alongside professional astronomers.
Many actors train at length in special programs or colleges to develop these skills, and today the vast majority of professional actors have undergone extensive training.
Many anthems have been composed since this time, generally by organists rather than professional composers and often in a conservative style.
Many professional VTRs can " burn " ( overlay ) the tape timecode onto one of their composite outputs.
Many championship and bowl games at college and professional level are commemorated by the names of the opposing teams each being painted in one of the opposite end zones.
Many artists, amateur and professional, perform in situations where a full band / orchestra is either logistically or financially impractical, so they use a " karaoke " recording ; they are, however, the original artists.
Many radio and television weather forecasters are professional meteorologists, while others are merely reporters ( weather specialist, weatherman, etc.
Many scholars believe that the original poem was composed in an oral tradition by an aoidos ( epic poet / singer ), perhaps a rhapsode ( professional performer ), and was more likely intended to be heard than read.
Many television shows and films have been produced which portray in-character professional wrestlers as protagonists, such as Ready to Rumble, ¡ Mucha Lucha !, Nacho Libre, and the Santo film series.
Many players from OJC have played for professional football clubs, like FC Den Bosch, RKC Waalwijk, Willem II, etc.
Many anime conventions are a hybrid between non-profit and commercial events, with volunteer organizers handling large revenue streams and dealing with commercial suppliers and professional marketing campaigns.
Many professional science fiction authors started their interest in science fiction as fans, and some still publish their own fanzines or contribute to those published by others.
Many newspapers have a weekly tanka column, and there are many professional and amateur tanka poets ; Makoto Ooka's poetry column was published seven days a week for more than 20 years on the front page of Asahi Shimbun.
Many are run entirely by volunteers and often do not meet the professional standards established by the museum industry.
Many US city and local governments hire professional and amateur hunters each year to reduce populations of animals such as deer that are becoming hazardous in a restricted area, such as neighbourhood parks and metropolitan open spaces.
Many prominent civic, professional, and commercial leaders from around the United States participated in the financing, coordination, and management of the Fair, including Chicago shoe tycoon Charles H. Schwab, Chicago railroad and manufacturing magnate John Whitfield Bunn, and Connecticut banking, insurance, and iron products magnate Milo Barnum Richardson, among many others.
Many types exist, small mouth blown whistles for various functions from toys to hunting using bird and fowl calls type whistles, to professional whistles as police, boatswain's pipe, military, sports whistles ( also called pea whistles ), to much larger steam or air preasure operated ones as train whistles, which are steam whistles specifically designed for use on locomotives and ships.
Many professional embroidery operations still refer to those individuals who create the designs and machine patterns as " punchers ", even though punched cards and paper tape were eventually phased out, after many years of use, in the 1990s.