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Phillips Academy was founded during the American Revolution as an all-boys school in 1778 by Samuel Phillips, Jr., a member of the revolutionary war family, the Phillipses.
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After graduating from Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter, New Hampshire, Krulak attended the United States Naval Academy, graduating in 1964 with a bachelor's degree.
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!
Dennett attended Phillips Exeter Academy and spent one year at Wesleyan University before receiving his Bachelor of Arts in philosophy from Harvard University in 1963, where he was a student of W. V. Quine.
Beginning in 1936, he attended Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts, where he held a large number of leadership positions including president of the senior class, secretary of the student council, president of the community fund-raising group, a member of the editorial board of the school newspaper, and captain of both the varsity baseball and soccer teams.
Following the attack on Pearl Harbor in December 1941, Bush decided to join the US Navy, so after graduating from Phillips Academy earlier in 1942, he became a naval aviator at the age of 18.
Hawks finished his junior year of high school at Citrus Union High School in Glendora., and was then sent to Phillips Exeter Academy in New Hampshire from 1913 to 1914.
Later he went to the prestigious preparatory school Phillips Academy, in Andover, Massachusetts, where he was admitted based on family connections.
Lemmon attended Phillips Academy ( Class of 1943 ) and Harvard University ( Class of 1947 ), where he lived in Eliot House and was an active member of several Drama Clubs-becoming president of the Hasty Pudding Club-as well as a member of the Delphic Club for Gentleman, a final club at Harvard.
Spader later transferred to Phillips Academy, but dropped out of school in the eleventh grade to pursue acting at the Michael Chekhov School in New York City.
After attending Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts, Samuel Morse went on to Yale College to receive instruction in the subjects of religious philosophy, mathematics and science of horses.
* Phillips Academy, the most prestigious secondary boarding school in the United States, is founded by Samuel Phillips Jr.
Developed in the early 1930s at Phillips Exeter Academy under the patronage of philanthropist Edward Harkness, the system calls for an oval table around which approximately thirteen students and an instructor sit.
Webster attended Phillips Exeter Academy, a preparatory school in Exeter, New Hampshire, before attending Dartmouth College.
When the young Olmsted was almost ready to enter Yale College, as a graduate of Phillips Academy in 1838, sumac poisoning weakened his eyes so he gave up college plans.
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Aside from the fact that business was slow this time of year and his one salesgirl was not the most enterprising, Mr. Phillips had no worries at all, and he said as much to Gun Matson, who sat across from him in civilian clothes, on a Jiffy-Couch-a-Bed, mauve velour, $79.89 nothing-down special!!
Wendell Phillips ( 1811-1884 ), from a prominent Massachusetts family, in his teens was converted under the preaching of Lyman Beecher.
With the announcement in 2007 of the engagement of Peter Phillips to Autumn Kelly, a Roman Catholic and a Canadian, discussion about the Act of Settlement was somewhat reinvigorated.
( in fact, the Earl of St. Andrews had already lost his place in the line of succession when he married the Roman Catholic Canadian Sylvana Palma Tomaselli in 1988, but St. Andrews ' place in the line of succession was significantly lower than Phillips '.
In 2003, author Graham Phillips hypothetically concluded that the Ark was taken to Mount Sinai in the Valley of Edom by the Maccabees.
The first Manx translation of the Book of Common Prayer was made by Bishop John Phillips of Sodor and Man in 1610.
The name Carboniferous means " coal-bearing " and derives from the Latin words carbo ( coal ) and ferre ( to carry ), and was coined by geologists William Conybeare and William Phillips in 1822.
A meeting chaired by Charles A. Phillips was held at the Pentagon on May 28 and 29 of 1959 ( exactly one year after the Zürich ALGOL 58 meeting ); there it was decided to set up three committees: short, intermediate and long range ( the last one was never actually formed ).
The Cowboys then finished an up-and-down 2006 season with a 9 – 7 record and a playoff appearance, but after a last second loss in the wild-card game against the Seattle Seahawks, Parcells retired and was succeeded by Wade Phillips.
After beginning the 2010 season at 1 – 7, Phillips was fired as head coach and was replaced by offensive coordinator Jason Garrett as the interim head coach.
On September 9, 2010, Judge Virginia A. Phillips ruled in Log Cabin Republicans v. United States of America that the ban on service by openly gay servicemembers was an unconstitutional violation of the First and Fifth Amendments.
DPNSS was an active ( and successful ) collaboration between PBX manufacturers and BT which started relatively slowly ( BT & Plessey ) but quickly snowballed with MITEL, GEC, Ericsson, Phillips and eventually Nortel all joining to create a powerful and feature rich protocol.
Distance education dates to at least as early as 1728, when " an advertisement in the Boston Gazette ... ' Caleb Phillips, Teacher of the new method of Short Hand " was seeking students for lessons to be sent weekly.
This was first done for lysozyme, an enzyme found in tears, saliva and egg whites that digests the coating of some bacteria ; the structure was solved by a group led by David Chilton Phillips and published in 1965.
Bogarde was later replaced by Michael Craig and Leslie Phillips, and the series continued until 1970.
Hayek was criticised by Liberal politicians Gladwyn Jebb and Andrew Phillips, who both claimed that the purpose of the pact was to discourage socialist legislation.
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The Society was founded in the dining room of Phillips ' in-laws, Doc and Helen Martin, who was herself a batik artist.
Phillips and his family founded Big River Broadcasting Corporation which owns and operates several radio stations in the Florence, Alabama, area, including WQLT-FM, WSBM, and WXFL.
Among those soldiers was their regimental surgeon, Dr. Anthony Emery, a friend of Samuel Phillips, Jr., who in 1778 founded the Phillips Andover Academy in Andover, Massachusetts.
Russia was founded by Lewis Phillips, who purchased and plotted the land where the village now sits.
The community of Freedom was founded in 1832 by Jonathan Betz and Stephen Phillips, co-owners of a steamboat building business.
Frank Phillips founded Phillips Petroleum in Bartlesville in 1905 when the area was still Indian Territory.
Phillips Academy is the oldest incorporated academy in the United States, established in 1778 by Samuel Phillips, Jr. Phillips's uncle founded Phillips Exeter Academy three years later, starting a rivalry that has continued through the centuries.
For 100 years of its history, Phillips Academy shared its campus with the Andover Theological Seminary, which was founded on Phillips Hill in 1807 by orthodox Calvinists who had fled Harvard College after it appointed a liberal Unitarian theologian to a professorship of divinity.
The bank also made two major acquisitions in 1986, first it purchased Phillips & Drew an established British brokerage and asset management firm, founded in 1895.
His son, Robert Todd Lincoln, was attending Phillips Exeter Academy, the college preparatory school founded in 1781 by Dr. John Phillips.
John Phillips was also the uncle of Samuel Phillips, Jr., who had founded Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts, in 1778.