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On February 17, Russell and Cook were sent to the Pena Flor community on the Vermejo to see about renting out ranches the company had purchased.
Bertrand Russell notes that " almost every serious intellectual advance has had to begin with an attack on some Aristotelian doctrine ".
Lord John Russell, the Whig leader who had succeeded Peel as Prime Minister and like Rothschild a member for the City of London, introduced a Jewish Disabilities Bill to amend the oath and permit Jews to enter Parliament.
As early as 1839 Russell had adopted the name Liberal Party, but in reality the party was a loose coalition of Whigs in the House of Lords and Radicals in the Commons.
Bertrand Russell, the first to discuss the paradox in print, attributed it to G. G. Berry ( 1867 – 1928 ), a junior librarian at Oxford's Bodleian library, who had suggested the more limited paradox arising from the expression " the first undefinable ordinal ".
From 1890 on, he had a friend and admirer in Judge Francis C. Russell of Chicago, who introduced Peirce to editor Paul Carus and owner Edward C. Hegeler of the pioneering American philosophy journal The Monist, which eventually published articles by Peirce, at least 14.
The American conservative writer Russell Kirk provided the opinion that conservatism had been brought to the US and interpreted the American revolution as a " conservative revolution ".
English scholar Russell Martineau, who had studied under Bopp, gave the following tribute: “ Bopp must, more or less, directly or indirectly, be the teacher of all who at the present day study, not this language or that language, but language itself — study it either as a universal function of man, subjected, like his other mental or physical functions, to law and order, or else as an historical development, worked out by a never ceasing course of education from one form into another .”
Consequently, Lord Aberdeen, was required to appoint Lord Russell as the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, which he had done on 29 December 1852.
In 1832, John Russell had been nicknamed " Finality John " because of his statement that the 1832 Reform Act had just been approved by both the House of Commons and the House of Lords would be the " final " expansion of the vote in Britain.
However, as political pressure in favor of further reform had risen over the twenty years since 1832, John Russell had changed his mind.
While the Whigs were still part of the Opposition under the minority government of the Earl of Derby, John Russell had said, in January 1852, that he intended to introduce a new Reform bill into the House of Commons which would equalize the populations of the districts from which members of Parliament were elected.
In order to form the coalition government, the Earl of Aberdeen had been required to appoint both Palmerston and Russell to his cabinet.
" Judge Russell added that he " recognised it as a hate crime without Parliament having to tell him to do so and had included that view in his sentencing.
Lillian Russell had been engaged to create the title role, but Gilbert did not believe that she was dedicated enough, and when she missed a rehearsal, she was dismissed.
Josiah Russell calculates that all of Syria had about 2. 3 million people at the time of the crusades, with perhaps eleven thousand villages ; most of these, of course, were outside of crusader rule even at the greatest extent of all four crusader states.
She had two brothers, Russell Stephens Mitchell, who died in infancy in 1894, and Alexander Stephens Mitchell, born in 1896.
Russell Mitchell had twelve children from two wives ; the eldest was Eugene, who graduated from the University of Georgia Law School.
The National Cartoonists Society had its origins during World War II when cartoonists Gus Edson, Otto Soglow, Clarence D. Russell, Bob Dunn and others did chalk talks at hospitals for the USO in 1943.
The 26 founding members came from the group of 32 members who had paid dues by March 13, including strip cartoonists Wally Bishop ( Muggs and Skeeter ), Martin Branner ( Winnie Winkle ), Ernie Bushmiller ( Nancy ), Milton Caniff, Gus Edson ( The Gumps ), Ham Fisher ( Joe Palooka ), Harry Haenigsen ( Penny ), Fred Harman ( Red Ryder ), Bill Holman ( Smokey Stover ), Jay Irving ( Willie Doodle ), Stan MacGovern ( Silly Milly ), Al Posen ( Sweeney and Son ), Clarence Russell ( Pete the Tramp ), Otto Soglow ( The Little King ), Jack Sparling ( Claire Voyant ), Raeburn Van Buren ( Abbie an ' Slats ), Dow Walling ( Skeets ) and Frank Willard ( Moon Mullins ).
Marge Devine Duffy, a secretary in King Features public relations department, had been helping Russell handle correspondence to the NCS, and in 1948, she was installed as the official NCS secretary and later given the title Scribe of the Society.
When the NCS started, Rube Goldberg, Russell Patterson and Bob Dunn had become very friendly with a lot of actors.

Russell and reached
Bertrand Russell offered a " solution " to the paradoxes based on modern physics, but Brown concludes " Given the history of ' final resolutions ', from Aristotle onwards, it's probably foolhardy to think we've reached the end.
For example, Leon Russell performed " Young Blood " at the Concert for Bangladesh in 1971, imitating the group's arrangement of the song with four different solo voices, and Bad Company's version of the song reached # 20 on 22 – 29 May 1976 on the Hot 100 ; Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen recorded The Robins ' " Riot in Cell Block # 9 ," while The Beach Boys recorded a 1971 version with revised lyrics by that group's vocalist Mike Love, titled " Student Demonstration Time.
Pannetier later reached Saint-Malo in safety, while Almonde and Ashby turned east to rejoin Russell at la Hogue.
On 2 July Lord John Russell, 1st Earl of Bedford's initial force had reached Honiton.
This area is still being explored by historians like John Adamson and David Scott even if their detailed conclusions vary from those reached by Russell.
Russell is known to have reached out to the German Foreign Ministry and Abwehr during his time in Berlin, and Hayes is known to have sanctioned Plan Kathleen before it was delivered to the Abwehr in Berlin in August 1940.
When news of this decision reached the Admiralty, they recalled Duncan's blockade fleet to Yarmouth for a refit on 1 October, the admiral insisting on sending some of his ships back to the Dutch coast two days later under Captain Henry Trollope in HMS Russell accompanied by HMS Adamant and the small ships HMS Beaulieu, HMS Circe and HMS Martin with the hired lugger Black Joke.
Following the release of this play, and the sad death of Russell Hunter, it was generally assumed that the Kaldor City audios had reached a natural end.
Some of this information reached Jim Garrison, the district attorney of New Orleans, who had become increasingly interested in the assassination after a chance meeting with Louisiana Senator Russell Long in late 1966.
The summer of 1989 gave Russell a run in the England side, but his batting never reached such scoring heights again, and the game was moving forward in a new era: a six-hour stand for 29 was not what was required.
Where some works of Sidney Nolan and Russell Drysdale had reached international level, Tucker rejected them as being nationalistic.
Russell Street is easily reached by public transport by taking a train to Parliament railway station, Flinders Street railway station or Melbourne Central railway station.
In doubles, Belkin and Richard Russell reached the second round.
In doubles, he again partnered Russell and the tandem reached the second round.
In 1891 pyramidology reached a global audience when it was integrated into the works of Charles Taze Russell, founder of the Bible Student movement.
" Act Naturally " is a song written by Johnny Russell and Voni Morrison, originally recorded by Buck Owens and the Buckaroos, whose version reached number 1 on the Billboard Country Singles chart in 1963, his first chart-topper.
In that year he reached 1, 000 runs and repeated this for the next three years, but it was only a knock of 197 against Middlesex at Lord's in 1920 that elevated Russell to the rank of a top-class batsman.

Russell and house
The Duveen Gallery, sited to the west of the Egyptian, Greek & Assyrian sculpture galleries, was designed to house the Elgin Marbles by the American Beaux-Arts architect John Russell Pope.
On March 5, 1973, Donald DeFreeze escaped prison and future SLA members Russell Little and Willy Wolfe took him to Soltysik's house because unlike their other associates, Soltysik didn't visit the prisons.
Al Jolson, Lillian Russell, Douglas Fairbanks, and Mary Pickford were among the luminaries to make the pilgrimage to his house in central Ohio.
The story opens with Miss Pinkerton's Academy for Young Ladies, where the protagonists Becky Sharp and Amelia Sedley have just completed their studies and are preparing to depart for Amelia's house in Russell Square.
Russell later named the house " Cirrhosis-by-the-Sea ".
Dole grew up in a house at 1035 North Maple in Russell () and it remained his official residence throughout his political career.
* Russell Brand filmed at the house in August 2009, for the 2010 film Get Him to the Greek.
As well as portraits of himself, the prince commissioned portraits of allied leaders: the Duke of Wellington, Field-Marshal von Blücher and Count Platov sat for Lawrence at his new house at 65 Russell Square.
Middle-aged schoolteacher Rosemary ( Rosalind Russell ), who rents a room at the Owens house, has been brought to the picnic by store owner Howard Bevens ( Arthur O ' Connell ).
It comes from the fact that the Dukes of Bedford, a leading English aristocratic house, also bore the surname Russell.
* Russell Simmons ( born 1957 ), house is currently for sale because of divorce from Kimora Lee Simmons
The initial service was conducted in Pastor Bond's house at 20 Russell Court in Copiague.
* Russell House and Store, early 19th-century house and store at Dale City
Here Bax ’ s brother Clifford introduced them to the intellectual circle which met at the house of the poet, painter and mystic George William Russell.
It was at Russell ’ s house where Bax one night met Irish Republican Patrick Pearse.
Smart was born to a prominent family in Ottawa, Ontario ; her father, Russell Smart, was a self-made lawyer, and the family had a summer house on Kingsmere Lake located next door to the future Prime Minister of Canada, William Lyon Mackenzie King.
Karen Silkwood ( Meryl Streep ), a worker at the Kerr-McGee Cimarron Fuel Fabrication Site ( near Crescent, Oklahoma ), shares a ramshackle house with two co-workers, her boyfriend Drew Stephens ( Kurt Russell ) and her lesbian friend Dolly Pelliker ( Cher ).
In 1715, the then owner of the house married a John Russell, a grandson of Oliver Cromwell.
Born Donald Edwards in Crumpsall, Manchester, he was brought up in a house on Russell Street, Crumpsall.
Lord Russell is remembered in the town by two street names, John Street and Russell Street, as well as in the name of the Lord John public house.
During the Otago Gold Rush in the 1860s pleasure gardens were established at Vauxhall ; George Grey Russell built his house at Glenfalloch and William Larnach acquired the land for his big house at Pukehiki, ' Larnach Castle '.
Kearney was born at this address, and by trade became a house painter and theatre set decorator, as too did become his more famous nephew, the playwright Brendan Behan, who also lived nearby at Russell Street.

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