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The idea that the German army operated on a " blitzkrieg doctrine " was vigorously attacked in the late 1970s by Matthew Cooper.
Members of the Chester Borough Council are Matthew Finney, Janet Hoven, Timothy Iversen, Gary Marshuetz, Jennifer Cooper Napolitano and James Robshaw.
Members of the 1997 4x800m relay team were Matthew Webb, William McKinney, Gregory Cooper, and Thomas McCall.
The film's final scene is set fourteen years later ( approximately 1999 ): the mature Billy ( dancer / actor Adam Cooper ) takes the stage to perform the lead in Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake, as Jackie, Tony, and Michael watch in the audience.
On 17 January 1652, the Rump Parliament appointed Cooper to the committee on law reform chaired by Sir Matthew Hale ( the so-called Hale Commission, none of whose moderate proposals were ever enacted ).
According to Conservative columnist Matthew Parris, Cooper conceived HIPS but avoided direct criticism for its problems because of her connection with Brown.
In 2005, the reporter's privilege of Judith Miller and Matthew Cooper was rejected by the appellate court.
The Plain Dealer made national headlines in the summer of 2005, when editor Douglas Clifton announced that the newspaper was withholding two stories " of profound importance " after Judith Miller of The New York Times and Matthew Cooper of Time Magazine were ordered to reveal confidential sources who had provided information on Joseph Wilson's wife being a CIA operative.
Type material is mainly found in the collections of Alexander Abercrombie ( India ), Robert Dukinfield Darbishire, Prof. Alfred Cort Haddon ( Torres Straits ), Reverend James Hadfield ( Lifu, Loyalty Islands ), Lewis John Shackleford ( especially Marginella ), George Cooper Spence ( especially African land snails and Urocoptis and many specimens from Matthew William Kemble Connolly and Hugh Berthon Preston ), Frederick W. Townsend ( Persian Gulf ), syntype material from the Scottish National Antarctic Expedition ( 1902 – 1904 ) and that received from the Smithsonian Institution in 1973 in exchange.
NBC Washington Bureau Chief Tim Russert and Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper challenged the subpoenas issued in connection with the leak of the identity of former CIA operative Valerie Plame, citing their First Amendment rights as reason not to reveal their confidential sources.
It features Chris Cooper, Kris Kristofferson, Matthew McConaughey, and Elizabeth Peña and deals with a sheriff's investigation into the murder of one of his predecessors.
Scott Hull has mentioned artist Matthew Barney, author Dennis Cooper, and noise musicians Whitehouse as influencing his music.
| Geraldine Wesolowski of New York, New York, gave birth to her own grandson Matthew on December 28, 1992 at the age of 53, after IVF treatment in Christian Fertility Institute in Easton, Pennsylvania, in order to act as a gestational surrogate for her 31-year-old son Mark Wesolowski and his 32-year-old wife, Susan Cooper Wesolowski, who underwent hysterectomy at age 21 after the birth of her first son died at 2, and was not able to have children.
He appeared in Our Gang during the early sound days along with Norman " Chubby " Chaney, Allen " Farina " Hoskins, Jackie Cooper, Matthew " Stymie " Beard, Bobby " Wheezer " Hutchins, and Dorothy DeBorba.
According to journalist and author, Matthew Cooper, " wherever the Dirlewanger unit operated, corruption and rape formed an every-day part of life and indiscriminate slaughter, beatings and looting were rife.
In the majority opinion, Judge Sentelle found Abrams ' assertion that a First Amendment privilege protects Matthew Cooper and Judith Miller from the subpoena to lack merit.
There was also a commercial with him and Matthew Cooper, a young musician from Boulder, Colorado who has had Type 1 Diabetes since age one and also plays blues music.
Despite the term blitzkrieg being coined by the Allies during the Polish September Campaign of 1939, historians ( such as Matthew Cooper ) generally hold that German operations in Poland were more traditional than revolutionary.
According to Special Counsel Patrick Fitzgerald, Libby first learned of Valerie Wilson's employment at the CIA in early June 2003 from Vice President Dick Cheney and proceeded to discuss her with six other government officials in the following days and months before disclosing her name to reporters Judith Miller and Matthew Cooper in early July 2003.
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For instance, Matthew Hopkins wrote The Discovery of Witches in 1647 as a list of questions and answers, introduced as " Certaine Queries answered ".
The tradition that this was the disciple Matthew begins with the early Christian bishop Papias of Hierapolis ( about 100 – 140 AD ), who, in a passage with several ambiguous phrases, wrote: " Matthew collected the oracles ( logia — sayings of or about Jesus ) in the Hebrew language ( Hebraïdi dialektōi — perhaps alternatively " Hebrew style ") and each one interpreted ( hērmēneusen — or " translated ") them as best he could.
" Scholars have put forward several theories to explain Papias: perhaps Matthew wrote two gospels, one, now lost, in Hebrew, the other our Greek version ; or perhaps the logia was a collection of sayings rather than the gospel ; or by dialektōi Papias may have meant that Matthew wrote in the Jewish style rather than in the Hebrew language.
When an unemployed miner ( Daniel Jones ) wrote to him to complain of his unemployment and low wages, Gladstone gave what H. C. G. Matthew has called " the classic mid-Victorian reply " on 20 October 1869:
During its lifetime Hotel Chelsea has provided a home to many great writers and thinkers including Mark Twain, O. Henry, Herbert Huncke, Dylan Thomas, Arthur C. Clarke, William S. Burroughs, Gregory Corso, Arnold Weinstein, Leonard Cohen, Sharmagne Leland-St. John, Arthur Miller, Quentin Crisp, Gore Vidal, Tennessee Williams, Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac ( who wrote On the Road there ), Robert Hunter, Jack Gantos, Brendan Behan, Simone de Beauvoir, Jean-Paul Sartre, Thomas Wolfe, Charles Bukowski, Raymond Kennedy, Matthew Richardson, James T. Farrell, Valerie Solanas, Mary Cantwell, and René Ricard.
Armenian historian Matthew of Edessa wrote that Baldwin II was thoroughly devoted to his wife, and refused to consider divorcing her.
On the other hand, if Mark wrote first, it is often the case that Matthew and Luke would have strong motives to remove these passages.
Didymus wrote many works: Commentaries on all the Psalms, the Gospel of Matthew, the Gospel of John as Against the Arians, and On the Holy Spirit, which Jerome translated into Latin.
Early inhabitants included Robert Morris, Sr., agent for a Liverpool shipping firm who greatly influenced the town's growth ; his son, Robert Morris, Jr., known as " the financier of the Revolution ;" Jeremiah Banning, sea captain, war hero, and statesman ; The Reverend Thomas Bacon, Anglican clergyman who wrote the first compilation of the laws of Maryland ; Matthew Tilghman, known as the " patriarch of Maryland " and " father of statehood "; and Colonel Tench Tilghman, aide-de-camp to George Washington and the man who carried the message of General Cornwallis's surrender to the Continental Congress in Philadelphia.
William Blackstone later wrote that " if judgment of death be given by a judge not authorized by lawful commission, and execution is done accordingly, the judge is guilty of murder ; and upon this argument Sir Matthew Hale himself, though he accepted the place of a judge of the Common Pleas under Cromwell's government, yet declined to sit on the crown side at the assizes, and try prisoners, having very strong objections to the legality of the usurper's commission ".
In the 19th century, Andrew Amos wrote a critique of the Historia titled Ruins of Time exemplified in Sir Matthew Hale's History of the Pleas of the Crown, which both criticised and praised Hale's work while directing the main criticism at the judges and lawyers who cited the Historia without considering that it was dated.
Brown states that, even if the silence of Paul is taken to indicate ignorance of the virgin birth, it does not disprove it, for a family tradition about it could have circulated among relatively few in the years 30-60, before becoming known to the communities for whom Matthew and Luke wrote.
In 1995, Matthew Bernstein wrote in Cinema Journal: " The film is a dense, well-structured film noir and has been analyzed and interpreted numerous times.
The best known Protestant musical settings of the Passion are by Johann Sebastian Bach, who wrote several Passions, of which two have survived, one based on the Gospel of John ( the St John Passion ), the other on the Gospel of Matthew ( the St Matthew Passion ).
Matthew Engel of ESPNcricinfo wrote that Gower's commentating career has been " so successful that his cricket seemed mere preparation.
Although later Catholic historians and many other scholars disagree, Roger of Wendover and Matthew Paris wrote that Peter the Hermit was the true author and originator of the First Crusade, a view also recounted in the anonymous Gesta Francorum-written c. 1100-and by Albert of Aix in his Historia Hierosolymitanae Expeditionis
Matthew John Trippe, who has a history of mental health issues and trouble with the law, claims that he was secretly hired to pose as Nikki Sixx and toured, wrote and recorded with the band for a time during 1983 and 1984.