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Martin later reflected on his time spent with his family as a child: " Every time I find myself in front of an audience, be it twenty people or one hundred thousand, once again I feel the energy that consumed me back at the family gatherings of my youth.
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Then, not many years later, the Un-American Activities Committee, under the leadership of Martin Dies, pilloried hundreds of decent, patriotic citizens.
However, later that month, on 22 January, the English were defeated at the Battle of Basing and, on the 22 March at the Battle of Merton ( perhaps Marden in Wiltshire or Martin in Dorset ), in which Æthelred was killed.
) Two years later, Capp's studio issued Martin Luther King and the Montgomery Story, a 1958 biographical comic book distributed by The Fellowship of Reconciliation.
The other was listening to Martin Luther King's 1963 I Have a Dream speech, which impressed him enough that he later memorized it.
Other notable film comedians who appeared later in the decade were Richard Pryor, Steve Martin and Burt Reynolds.
Beginning with the reign of Pope Martin V, cardinals were created without publishing their names until later, termed creati et reservati in pectore.
* Chairman-Felix Dzerzhynsky, Deputy-Yakov Peters ( initially heading the Petrograd Department ), other members-Shklovsky, Kneyfis, Tseystin, Razmirovich, Kronberg, Khaikina, Karlson, Shauman, Lentovich, Rivkin, Antonov, Delafabr, Tsytkin, Yelena Rozmirovich ( wife of Krylenko ), G. Sverdlov, Bizensky, Yakov Blumkin, Aleksandrovich, Fines, Zaks, Yakov Goldin, Galpershtein, Kniggisen, Martin Latsis ( later transferred to Kyiv ), Deybol, Seyzan, Deybkin, Libert ( chief of jail ), Fogel, Zakis, Shillenkus, Yanson.
The scheme was first published by Whitfield Diffie and Martin Hellman in 1976, although it was later alleged that it had been separately invented a few years earlier within GCHQ, the British signals intelligence agency, by Malcolm J. Williamson but was kept classified.
Two years later he played Pontius Pilate in Martin Scorsese's 1988 film The Last Temptation of Christ.
After the national independence in 1905, publisher Aschehoug ( owned by William Martin Nygaard ) hired librarian Haakon Nyhuus to edit Illustreret norsk konversationsleksikon ( 6 volumes, 1907 – 1913 ), in later editions known as Aschehougs konversasjonsleksikon.
Edith Stein served as his personal assistant during his first few years in Freiburg, followed later by Martin Heidegger from 1920 to 1923.
Stover's Black Oracle partner Bill George published his own short-lived zine The Late Show ( 1974 – 1976 ; with co-editor Martin Falck ), and later became editor of the Cinefantastique prozine spinoff Femme Fatales.
In addition to conflicts between his Spanish and German inheritances, conflicts of religion would be another source of tension during the reign of Charles V. Before Charles even began his reign in the Holy Roman Empire, in 1517, Martin Luther initiated what would later be known as the Reformation.
The essay later influenced Mohandas Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Jr., Martin Buber and Leo Tolstoy through its advocacy of nonviolent resistance.
Martin & Lewis made many appearances on early live television, their first on the June 20, 1948 debut broadcast of Toast of the Town with Ed Sullivan on the CBS TV Network ( later The Ed Sullivan Show ).
COINTELPRO was first used to disrupt the Communist Party, where Hoover went after targets that ranged from suspected everyday spies to larger celebrity figures such as Charlie Chaplin who were seen as spreading Communist Party propaganda, and later organizations such as the Black Panther Party, Martin Luther King, Jr .' s Southern Christian Leadership Conference and others.
Maurice Merleau-Ponty () ( 14 March 1908 – 3 May 1961 ) was a French phenomenological philosopher, strongly influenced by Karl Marx, Edmund Husserl, and Martin Heidegger in addition to being closely associated with Jean-Paul Sartre ( who later stated he had been " converted " to Marxism by Merleau-Ponty ) and Simone de Beauvoir.
Martin Helwig's map went on to receive acclaim in a public writing by Caspar Peucer an eminent German scholar at the University of Wittenberg, his map was later also republished in several versions of Abraham Ortelius's pioneering world atlas " Theatrum Orbis Terrarum ".
Martin Goodman founded the company later known as Marvel Comics under the name Timely Publications in 1939, publishing comic books under the imprint Timely Comics.
New editor Al Feldstein swiftly brought aboard staffers such as Don Martin, Frank Jacobs, and Mort Drucker, and later, Antonio Prohías and Dave Berg.
Martin and reflected
It is reflected in Martin Scorsese's film adaptation of Nikos Kazantzakis's novel The Last Temptation of Christ, in José Saramago's The Gospel According to Jesus Christ, Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical Jesus Christ Superstar, Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ, Monty Python's The Life Of Brian, Jean-Claude La Marre's Color of the Cross and Hal Hartley's The Book of Life.
Although Martin enjoyed traveling and performing onstage with Menudo, he found the band's busy schedule and strict managing to be exhausting and later reflected that the experience " cost " him his childhood.
In the 1970s, Del Martin and Phyllis Lyon reflected that by contemporary standards, the early ideals of the DOB for integration and adjustment of the lesbian into society were outmoded, but they remembered that in the 1950s and early 1960s many gay men and lesbians considered those ideals unreachable, and this approach radical.
The museum's galleries of paintings by On Kawara, Agnes Martin, Blinky Palermo, and Robert Ryman receive reflected north light from more than of skylights.
McCartney later reflected: " We took it to George Martin and sang ' She loves you, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeeeeeaah …' and that tight little sixth cluster we had at the end.
Today, bongo flava is the most popular musical style amongst the Tanzanian youth, something that is also reflected in the vast number of TV and radio programs dedicated to this genre as well as the sales figures of bongo flava albums .< ref > Quade, Birgit and Martin, Lydia.
The comment provoked an immediate reaction from Prime Minister Paul Martin, who warned that Reid ’ s proposals reflected “ the kind of Canada that Stephen Harper wants.
Besseler had studied philosophy with Martin Heidegger, and thought that this musical duality reflected Heidegger's between “ thing ” and “ equipment ,” for the autonomous and the specific-purposed, respectively.
The huge popularity of " Stranger in Paradise " in the UK is reflected by the fact that no less than 6 versions did chart in 1955: Beside the chart topper by Tony Bennett also the Four Aces (# 6 ), Tony Martin (# 6 ), Bing Crosby (# 17 ), Don Cornell (# 19 ) as well as an instrumental version by Eddie Calvert (# 14 ) could place in the UK chart listings.
In the late 1990s, Lussier recorded two albums for solo guitar and a pair of collaborations with Martin Tétreault which reflected an interested in the history of musique concrète and electro-acoustic composition and theory.
In 2000 Martin's widow and eldest daughter called for the removal of Hanegraaff as CRI president The parting of the ways is further reflected in the action taken in 1998 by Martin's eldest daughter and son-in-law, Jill Martin-Rische and Kevin Rische when they established Walter Martin Ministries.
In Late Antiquity other Christian writers of hagiography, like Sulpicius Severus in his account of the heroic, military life of Martin of Tours, created a literary model that reflected the new spiritual, political, and social ideals of a post-Roman society.
The ideal viewing conditions created by reflected north light from more than of skylights are especially evident in the galleries devoted to the paintings of On Kawara, Agnes Martin, Blinky Palermo, and Robert Ryman.
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Martin said the government has been working to establish firmer prices on primary products which may involve the total income of one country.
`` Farmers aren't as price conscious as last year so we can get more money on a sale '', says Jack Martin, who sells J. I. Case tractors and implements in Sioux City, Iowa.
Compare this statement of a nineteenth-century judge with how Congressman Martin, according to the Daily Labor Report of Sept. 19, 1961, defends the necessity of enacting anti-trust legislation in the field of labor `` if we wish to prevent monopolistic fixing of wages, production or prices and if we wish to preserve the freedom of the employer and his employees to contract on wages, hours and conditions of employment ''.
Angrily Martin wished they had delayed the wedding and gone on a trip -- preferably one that lasted months -- instead of deciding not to postpone the date until he could get away.
He was so anxious to capture the tune in his head, he asked fellow passenger friend Harry Martin for his shirt cuff to write the tune on.
Johnson supported Martin Van Buren and early on expressed an interest in the public lands, eventually being considered a father of the Homestead Act of 1862.
* 1996 – In Tasmania, Australia, Martin Bryant goes on a shooting spree, killing 35 people and seriously injuring 21 more.
* 1963 – March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom: Martin Luther King, Jr. gives his I Have a Dream speech
* Trow, Martin, " Problems in the Transition from Elite to Mass Education ," Carnegie Commission on Higher Education, 1973.
Pope Martin V protested in vain against the inscription on the sarcophagus: " John the former pope ".
They had planned to sell this engine to motor manufacturers, but having heard that the Aston Martin car was no longer in production they realised that they could capitalise on the reputation of the Aston Martin name ( what we would now call the brand ) to give themselves a head start in the production of a completely new car.
The company was badly hit by the economic contraction of the early 1980s as worldwide sales of Aston Martin shrank to three per week and chairman Alan Curtis together with fellow shareholders American Peter Sprague and Canadian George Minden came close to shutting down the production side of the business, to concentrate on service and restoration.
Through Wolgemut's tutelage, Dürer had learned how to make prints in drypoint and design woodcuts in the German style, based on the works of Martin Schongauer and the Housebook Master.
Dürer wrote of his desire to draw Luther in his diary in 1520: " And God help me that I may go to Dr. Martin Luther ; thus I intend to make a portrait of him with great care and engrave him on a copper plate to create a lasting memorial of the Christian man who helped me overcome so many difficulties.
" After a string quartet ," Martin explains, " I do not think there is a satisfactory sound for strings until one has at least three players on each line ... as a rule two stringed instruments together create a slight " beat " which does not give a smooth sound.
* 1863 – Matica slovenská, Slovakia's public-law cultural and scientific institution focusing on topics around the Slovak nation, is established in Martin.
His non-violent resistance movement satyagraha had an immense impact on India, impressed public opinion in Western countries and influenced the leaders of various civil and political rights movements such as Martin Luther King, Jr.
Martin Cooper ( inventor ) | Dr. Martin Cooper of Motorola, made the first private handheld mobile phone call on a larger prototype model in 1973.