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Phillips Academy's traditional opponent is Phillips Exeter Academy, which was established three years later in Exeter, New Hampshire by Samuel Phillips ' uncle, Dr. John Phillips.
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Phillips Academy's endowment stood around $ 800 million in June 2011, the fourth-highest of any American secondary school.
Phillips Academy admitted only boys until the school became coeducational in 1973, the year of Phillips Academy's merger with Abbot Academy, a boarding school for girls in downtown Andover.
Then-headmaster Theodore Sizer oversaw the merger, and Phillips Academy's move to coeducation is seen as his most important accomplishment.
The school's student-run newspaper, The Phillipian, is the second-oldest secondary school newspaper in the United States, the oldest secondary school newspaper being The Exonian, Phillips Exeter Academy's weekly.
The Gilman family also donated the land on which Phillips Exeter Academy stands, including the Academy's original Yard, the oldest part of campus.
Phillips Academy's Philomathean Society, founded in 1825, is the oldest high school debate society in the nation.
Phillips and traditional
The traditional Phillips curve story starts with a wage Phillips Curve, of the sort described by A. W.
One practical use of this model was to provide an explanation for stagflation, which confounded the traditional Phillips curve.
Phillips, a conservative Republican, is a television and radio commentator and writes a weekly syndicated column that promotes conservative views, such as traditional family values, limited government and a return to America's founding principles.
As Mike Phillips wrote: " Small Island is a great read, delivering the sort of pleasure which has been the traditional stock-in-trade of a long line of English novelists.
The Phillips Stevens Chapel, 1964, hosts both the weekly assembly in its traditional chapel and language classes in its basement.
Jensen's attitude to traditional Anglican styles of cathedral worship has drawn criticism, especially from defenders of classical sacred music such as the Tallis Scholars ' director, Peter Phillips, who accused him of " vandalising " Anglican culture .< ref > ABC PM, 30 January 2008 < cite > Archbishop of Sydney ' vandalising ' Anglican culture </ cite > Go to external link Jensen has defended his changes in the cathedral's style of worship on the grounds of attempting to broaden the demographic of the congregation.
Most of the songs on Roy Orbison at the Rock House were written by Orbison but the songwriting credits were assigned to Sam Phillips, and are in the traditional rockabilly style the Sun label was known for.
Stylisticly this album marked a sharp turn from Bluegrass Evolution, while still experimenting with pedal steel, percussion and a piano on the tracks " You Are What I Am " and " Cryin ' Holy ", the majority of the album featured songs played with traditional bluegrass instrumentation ( although on the slower numbers, Skaggs doubled his fiddle with a viola ) by up-and-coming singer songwriters such as Gordon Lightfoot, Utah Phillips and Rodney Crowell, as well as incorporating more traditional songs such as " Old Home Place ," " Some Old Day ," and " Sally Goodin.
Phillips and opponent
In this work Pope sets standards for pastoral literature and critiques many popular poets, one of whom is Spencer, along with his contemporary opponent Ambrose Phillips.
Paul Phillips, a gay aide Atherton employed for a year until March 2004, resigned and claimed discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation, accusing her of homophobia and of asking him to find information on her Conservative opponent in Falmouth because he was also gay.
in the U. S .) which implicitly depicts the conflict between Phillips and Atari by pitting the Munchkin character against an insect-like, tree-eating opponent called the Dratapillar, which very strongly resembles the antagonist of Atari's Centipede.
In later years, Efrem Zimbalist, Jr., made numerous guest appearances as an opponent of Victoria Cabot and Peter McDermott who plants his daughter, played by Michelle Phillips, in the hotel staff as the concierge.
" Phillips accused outgoing Governor Barnett and Democratic opponent Paul Johnson of " rooster fighting with U. S. martshals " in the 1962 desegregation crisis, which ended in the enrollment of James Meredith as the first African American student and subsequent Ole Miss graduate.
Phillips shed his past segregationist image and ran to the middle, as had Williams ' unsuccessful primary opponent, state Treasurer William Winter, who ultimately won the governorship in 1979.
Augustus took the fight on just 2 days notice after Vilches ' original opponent, Vince Phillips, pulled out due to injury.
Educated at the Middletown Military Academy in Middletown, Connecticut, Phillips was a roommate of Thomas H. Seymour, later the " hero of Chapultepec ," Governor of Connecticut, Ambassador to Russia, and opponent of military action against the South.
Phillips had been an opponent of secession and during the U. S. Civil War he became a member of the " Peace Party " of newspaper publisher William Woods Holden ( 1818 – 1892 ), whose 1863 " peace meetings " across North Carolina urged the state to stop fighting the Civil War.
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Leila ( Malia Phillips ), 25, is a Greenwich Village painter of Persianesque miniatures who has red hair that cascades almost to her ankles.
`` She's honest as the day '', Mr. Phillips said, and added, `` Mr. Gunnar, I can say this to you: Beebe is a little too honest.
The Terminator Cameron Phillips seen in the TV series Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles is of a previously unseen model, and is once again referred to on screen ( including once by another Terminator ) as a cyborg.
Near the end of the 17th century, John Phillips, a nephew of poet John Milton, published what is considered by Putnam the worst English translated version.
In film, entertainment, and television, Dartmouth is represented by Budd Schulberg, Academy Award winning screenwriter of On the Waterfront, Michael Phillips, who won the Academy Award for best picture as co-producer of The Sting, Rachel Dratch, a cast member of Saturday Night Live, creator of Grey's Anatomy Shonda Rhimes, film director and producer Jethro Rothe-Kushel (" The Oscars "), VP of Fox Searchlight, Zola Mashariki, Chris Meledandri Executive Producer of Ice Age, Horton Hears a Who!
" My all-time favorite is Todd Phillips ," proclaimed Union Station bassist Barry Bales in April 2005.
Frederick Phillips Brooks, Jr. ( born April 19, 1931 ) is a software engineer and computer scientist, best known for managing the development of IBM's System / 360 family of computers and the OS / 360 software support package, then later writing candidly about the process in his seminal book The Mythical Man-Month.
In North America there is a long history of guerrilla warfare starting with King Phillips War, followed by the four French and Indian Wars, Father Rale's War and Father Le Loutre's War.
His work is in the permanent collections of numerous museums, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum, the Phillips Collection, the Brooklyn Museum, and Reynolda House Museum of American Art. In May 2007, the White House Historical Association ( via the White House Acquisition Trust ) purchased Lawrence's The Builders ( 1947 ) for $ 2. 5 million at auction.
Three researchers at NIST have been awarded Nobel Prizes for their work in Physics: William D. Phillips in 1997, Eric A. Cornell in 2001, John L. Hall in 2005, which is the largest number for any US government laboratory.
As Phillips sees things, the job of the philosopher is not to investigate the " rationality " of belief in God but to elucidate its meaning.
" This interpretation was first labeled, " Wittgensteinian Fideism ," by Kai Nielsen but those who consider themselves Wittgensteinians in the Swansea tradition have relentlessly and repeatedly rejected this construal as caricature of Wittgenstein's considered position ; this is especially true of D. Z. Phillips.
According to Kevin Phillips, author and political strategist to U. S. President Richard Nixon, the United States is a plutocracy in which there is a " fusion of money and government.
The concept is notable because, in the version of Keynesian macroeconomic theory which was dominant between the end of WWII and the late-1970s, inflation and recession were regarded as mutually exclusive, the relationship between the two being described by the Phillips curve.
The project went without serious incident until April 26, 1835, when the surveying group was attacked by fifty to sixty members of General Brown's militia in what is now called the Battle of Phillips Corners.
* October 24 – The earliest United States patent for a phosphorus friction match is granted to Alonzo Dwight Phillips of Springfield, Massachusetts.
* Phillips Academy, the most prestigious secondary boarding school in the United States, is founded by Samuel Phillips Jr.
Wittgenstein's approach to these problems is influential among other 20th century religious thinkers such as D. Z. Phillips.
Unlike Lord Snowdon and Captain Phillips, Sarah has never remarried and still attends some functions with her daughters, such as the investiture of The Duke of York into the Royal Victorian Order, on which occasions she is afforded the courtesy of treatment as a member of the Royal Family, although the Lord Chamberlain's Diamond Jubilee Guidelines mention the Duchess specifically as being a member of the Royal Family in her own right.