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In 1936 Norman Steenrod published a paper constructing Čech cohomology by dualizing Čech homology.
He worked on the axiomatic treatment of homology theory with Norman Steenrod ( whose names the Eilenberg – Steenrod axioms bear ), and on homological algebra with Saunders Mac Lane.
* Samuel Eilenberg & Norman E. Steenrod, Axiomatic approach to homology theory, Proc.
* Samuel Eilenberg & Norman E. Steenrod, Foundations of algebraic topology, Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, 1952. xv + 328 pp.
* Norman Steenrod, The Topology of Fibre Bundles, Princeton University Press ( 1951 ).
The concept of an exact sequence only appeared in print in the 1952 book Foundations of Algebraic Topology by Samuel Eilenberg and Norman Steenrod where the results of Mayer and Vietoris were expressed in the modern form.
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Norman Earl Steenrod ( April 22, 1910October 14, 1971 ) was a preeminent mathematician most widely known for his contributions to the field of algebraic topology.
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The term is believed to have been coined by the mathematician Norman Steenrod, himself one of the developers of the categorical point of view.
The origin of these studies was the work of Pontryagin, Postnikov, and Norman Steenrod, who first defined the Pontryagin square, Postnikov square, and Steenrod square operations for singular cohomology, in the case of mod 2 coefficients.
) Norman Steenrod constructed stable operations

Norman and characterized
The idea of the Norman Yoke characterized the nobility and gentry of England as the descendants of foreign usurpers who had destroyed a Saxon golden age.
The church of Sant ' Antonino is an example of Norman architecture, characterized by a Gothic portal, while the Church of Immacolata boasts a fine fourteenth-century portal.
On the second day of the ground war General Norman Schwarzkopf publicly expressed frustration over what he characterized as VII Corps ' slow pace, allowing elements of the Republican Guard to escape destruction by fleeing toward Basra.

Norman and impact
The Normans, a Viking people who settled in Northern France and founded the Duchy of Normandy would have a significant impact on many parts of Europe, from the Norman conquest of England to Southern Italy and Sicily.
In the Norman period, the historic fifths of Leinster and Meath gradually merged, mainly due to the impact of the Pale, which straddled both, thereby forming the present-day province of Leinster.
Historian Robert Liddiard remarks that " to glance at the urban landscape of Norwich, Durham or Lincoln is to be forcibly reminded of the impact of the Norman invasion ".
Following the Norman invasion of Ireland, the historic fifths of Leinster and Mide gradually merged, mainly due to the impact of the Pale, which straddled both, thereby forming the present-day province of Leinster.
He withdrew from public life in 747 to take up the monastic habit, " the first of a new type of saintly king ," according to Norman Cantor, " more interested in religious devotion than royal power, who frequently appeared in the following three centuries and who was an indication of the growing impact of Christian piety on Germanic society ".
According to Norman Jewison, the film — released at the height of the Cold War — had considerable impact in both Washington and Moscow.
In May 1993, seven months after the impact of ' Black Wednesday ' had terminally damaged Norman Lamont's credibility as Chancellor of the Exchequer, Major forced Lamont to resign and appointed Clarke in his place.
Just six years later, by 1997 however, Norman was tied for 75th place as the longest driver on the PGA Tour – an indication of the significant impact that the new " metal-wood " technology had made on many of Norman's rivals to achieve better driving distance than him.
Norman has recently taken a controversial stance in saying that the design research community has had little impact in the innovation of products, and that whereas academics can help in refining existing products, it is technologists that accomplish the breakthroughs.
Historian Robert Liddiard remarks that " to glance at the urban landscape of Norwich, Durham or Lincoln is to be forcibly reminded of the impact of the Norman invasion ".
Norman often wonders why he was called down into an underwater habitat where he seems to have very little impact, despite occasionally butting heads with the others about why it was important to have a psychologist on the team.
The book made a major impact on Norman Podhoretz, who compared the pleasure of reading it to that of reading a great poem or novel.
Norman is a small lunar impact crater on the Oceanus Procellarum, to the south and slightly west of the crater Euclides.
Tropical Storms Miriam, Norman, and Rosa all made landfall in Mexico with minimal impact.

Norman and editor
Following some success illustrating cards and booklets, Potter wrote and illustrated The Tale of Peter Rabbit publishing it first privately in 1901, and a year later as a small, three-colour illustrated book with Frederick Warne & Co. She became unofficially engaged to her editor Norman Warne in 1905 despite the disapproval of her parents, but he died suddenly a month later, of leukemia.
Working with Norman Warne as her editor, Potter published two or three little books each year for a total of twenty-three books.
In 2006 Chris Noonan directed Miss Potter, a biopic of Potter ’ s life focusing on her early career and romance with her editor Norman Warne.
* Tanner, Norman P., editor, Decrees of the Ecumenical Councils: Council of Constance 1414 – 18, excerpts of the sessions ( in English )
Not long after the conclusion of The Reader, a former editor, Norman Lockyer, decided to create a new scientific journal titled Nature, taking its name from a line by William Wordsworth: " To the solid ground of nature trusts the Mind that builds for aye ".
The movie was artfully directed by famed still photographer Gjon Mili, edited by former MGM film editor Norman Granz, with lighting and photography directed by Robert Burks ( his first credit in this field ), and released by Warner Bros. Producer Gordon Hollingshead was nominated for an Academy Award in the category of Best Short Subject, One-reel.
* Norman Welton-Associated Press journalist / photo editor
* My Heart Laid Bare and Other Prose Writings by Charles Baudelaire ( 1950 ), editor, translator Norman Cameron
* Norman MacLeod, editor of Good Words, begins publishing its companion juvenile version, Good Words for the Young.
By 1960 its editor was Norman Podhoretz, originally a mainstream liberal Democrat.
Another source was Norman Podhoretz, editor of Commentary magazine from 1960 to 1995.
George Birkbeck Norman Hill ( 7 June 1835 – 24 February 1903 ), English editor and author, son of Arthur Hill, headmaster of Bruce Castle School, was born at Bruce Castle, Tottenham, Middlesex.
Former editors include Victor Navasky, Norman Thomas ( associate editor ), Carey McWilliams, and Freda Kirchwey, the subject of a biography by the feminist historian Sara Alpern.
Also in January 1918, FOR began publication of The World Tomorrow, with Norman Thomas as its first editor.
Members included Bank of England director Frank Cyril Tiarks, Admiral Sir Barry Domvile, Prince von Bismarck, Governor of the Bank of England Montague Norman, Geoffrey Dawson editor of The Times.
In 1971, editor Willie Morris resigned under pressure from owner John Cowles, Jr., prompting resignations from many of the magazine ’ s star contributors and staffers, including Norman Mailer, David Halberstam, Robert Kotlowitz, Marshall Frady and Larry L. King:
Their first idea was to make Norman Podhoretz editor, but he chose to stay at Commentary magazine.
" " His review of Anne Morrow Lindbergh's 1956 book The Unicorn touched off what the Review's editor, Norman Cousins, described as the biggest storm of reader protest in the magazine's history.
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* Encyclopedia of Southern Baptists, Norman W. Cox, editor
* George Birkbeck Norman Hill ( 1835 – 1903 ), English editor and author
She has three brothers — Norman Buckley is a film editor and TV director.
* Stan Norman ( editor ); Chad Brand ( editor ); James Leo Garrett, Jr .; Robert L. Reymond ; James R. White ; Paul F. M. Zahl ; Daniel L. Akin ( editor ); R. Stanton Norman ( editor ).

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