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One of Pei's design projects at the GSD was a plan for an art museum in Shanghai.
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One and Pei's
One block away, Pei's team also redesigned Denver's Courthouse Square, which combined office spaces, commercial venues, and hotels.
One of Pei's associates told him during a party before the opening that the symphony hall was " a very mature building "; he smiled and replied: " Ah, but did I have to wait this long?
One staff member sympathized with Pei's frustrations with the lack of organization at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, admitting that he was " operating in a vacuum ".
One and design
One of the most significant advancements in design of plastics signs is the so-called trans-illuminated billboard, now being produced by several large sign manufacturers such as Advance Neon Sign Co., Los Angeles, and Industrial Electric Inc., New Orleans, La..
One of the novel aspects of the RT design was the use of a microkernel, called Virtual Resource Manager ( VRM ).
One of the most famous contemporary buildings by an anthroposophical architect is ING House, an ING Bank building in Amsterdam, which has received several awards for its ecological design and approach to a self-sustaining ecology as an autonomous building and example of sustainable architecture.
One of the potential helmet designs Brown rejected was a striped motif that was similar to the helmets adopted by the team in 1981 and which is still in use to this day ; however, that design featured yellow stripes on a turquoise helmet which were more uniform in width.
One example is the First Things First manifesto which was launched within the graphic design community and states " We propose a reversal of priorities in favor of more useful, lasting and democratic forms of communication – a mindshift away from product marketing and toward the exploration and production of a new kind of meaning.
One theory is that this was caused by a design fault in the ammunition loading system to the main gun turrets, so that an enemy hit on the turret set off an explosion in the magazine, thus sinking the ship.
One specific type of sequential design is the " two-armed bandit ", generalized to the multi-armed bandit, on which early work was done by Herbert Robbins in 1952.
Making a comparison to the Sun's planets, he wrote " And if the fixed stars are the centers of similar systems, they will all be constructed according to a similar design and subject to the dominion of One.
One notable design, Henry Smolinski's Mizar, made by mating the rear end of a Cessna Skymaster with a Ford Pinto, disintegrated during test flights, killing Smolinski and the pilot.
One common, efficient design uses a cylindrical forge chamber and a burner tube mounted at a right angle to the body.
Rudolph Gore-Slimey ), has stolen his design for a race car engine and has become a world champion Formula One driver.
One of the key features of graphic design is that it makes a tool out of appropriate image selection in order to possibly convey meaning.
One day, the trio discover that one of Theodore's former assistants, Rudolph Gore-Slimey (), has stolen his design for a race car engine, and has become a world champion Formula One driver.
One original design incorporated a large, heavy, solid iron flywheel with a mechanical friction brake, developed by John Harrison of Leichhardt Rowing Club in Sydney, later to become a Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of New South Wales.
One of the projects took Pei back to Dallas, Texas, to design the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center.
He contributed to the design of the mid-engined cars that Cooper introduced to Formula One and the Indianapolis 500, and won the Formula One world championship in 1959 and 1960.
One of the benefits of taking this position was that he would be commissioned to design the new buildings and master plan for the campus.
One solution is to design the weapon so that it can fire three-round bursts, rather than uninterrupted automatic fire.
One of the first start-ups to design MIPS processors was Quantum Effect Devices ( see next section ).
One and projects
One of the greatest obstacles to the achievement of this goal is the lack of trained men and women with the skill to teach the young and assist in the operation of development projects -- men and women with the capacity to cope with the demands of swiftly evolving economics, and with the dedication to put that capacity to work in the villages, the mountains, the towns and the factories of dozens of struggling nations.
One of his early comedy writing projects was Black Cinderella Two Goes East with Rory McGrath for BBC Radio 4 in 1978.
One of Tramiel's first acts after forming Atari Corp. was to fire most of Atari's remaining staff, and to cancel almost all ongoing projects, in order to review their continued viability.
One useful result of this very simple approach ( without schedule models and actual cost accumulation ) is to compare EV curves of similar projects, as illustrated in Figure 5.
One of the most popular of all New Deal programs was the Civilian Conservation Corps ( 1933 – 1943 ), which sent two million poor young men to work in rural and wilderness areas, primarily on conservation projects.
One of these projects is a play entitled O Happy Day, brought to life in 2000 by Dad's Garage Theatre Company in Atlanta, Georgia.
Another of his horror projects was 1898's La Caverne maudite ( aka, The Cave of the Unholy One, literally " the accursed cave ").
One of its established institutions, Jihad Al Binna's Reconstruction Campaign, is responsible for numerous economic and infrastructure development projects in Lebanon.
One well-known qualitative technique employed in I – O psychology is John Flanagan's Critical Incident Technique, which requires " qualified observers " ( e. g., pilots in studies of aviation, construction workers in studies of construction projects ) to describe a work situation that resulted in a good or bad outcome.
One of Frankenheimer's last projects was the 2001 BMW action short-film Ambush for the promotional series The Hire, starring Clive Owen.
One can also use a " virtual drum " by selecting a task or group of tasks ( typically integration points ) and limiting the number of projects in execution at that stage.
One of the largest and most difficult engineering projects ever undertaken, the Panama Canal shortcut made it possible for ships to travel between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans in half the time previously required.
One of his first acts was to increase funding for the shaykhs at the expense of development projects and social services.
One of the squatters said, " About 20 people have lived here over the years and it's been a place for band rehearsals, art projects, people practising dance routines, bike workshops.
One of the key goals of the Samba TNG project is to rewrite all of the NT Domains services as FreeDCE projects.
One of the largest construction projects to that time in North America, the university was notable for being centered about a library rather than a church reinforcing the principle of separation of church and state.
One of the first " sister city " projects was that established between Stalingrad and England's Coventry during World War II ( as both suffered extensive devastation from aerial bombardment ).
One of the last projects of his life, Jakten på Odin, ' The Search for Odin ', was a sudden revision of his Odin hypothesis, in furtherance of which he initiated 2001 – 2002 excavations in Azov, Russia, near the Sea of Azov at the northeast of the Black Sea.
Major projects by the Port Authority include the One World Trade Center and other construction at the World Trade Center site.