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In 1903, he was named vice-chancellor of the Catholic Church, and became the Chancellor of the Apostolic Chancery in the Secretariat of State in 1908.
Stalin had managed to turn Lenin's hierarchical model on its head ; under Lenin the Party Congress and the Central Committee were the highest decision-making organs, under Stalin the Politburo, Secretariat and the Orgburo became the most important decision-making bodies.
Vorotnikov and Mikhail Solomentsev were given full membership in the Politburo, Chebrikov was elected a candidate member of the Politburo and Ligachev became a member of the Secretariat.
Promoted to the position of minutante, he prepared digests of reports that had been sent to the Secretariat from all over the world and in the same year became a papal chamberlain.
When he was nominated to serve at the capital, Zhang was escorted by carriage — a symbol of his official status — to Luoyang, where he became a court gentleman working for the Imperial Secretariat.
Secretariat ( March 30, 1970 – October 4, 1989 ) was an American Thoroughbred racehorse, that in 1973 became the first U. S. Triple Crown champion in 25 years, setting race records in all three events in the Series — the Kentucky Derby ( 1: 59. 4 ), the Preakness Stakes ( 1: 53 ) and the Belmont Stakes ( 2: 24 )-records that still stand today.
As a result of Shoemaker's decision, Bill Hartack became Northern Dancer's permanent jockey and guided him to victories in the Blue Grass and the Kentucky Derby, winning the Derby over a fast finishing Hill Rise in a record time that stood until it was broken by Secretariat in 1973.
Ron Turcotte became internationally famous in 1973 when he rode Secretariat to win the first Triple Crown in 25 years.
He was the Standing Member of the Central Committee's Secretariat of the Party from 1982 to 1986 and later became the Advisor of Party's Central Committee.
The institution was no longer a dependency of the Secretariat of Public Education ; the university rector became the final authority, eliminating much of the confusing overlap in authority.
The 39-story Secretariat Building was controversial in its time but became a modernist landmark.
The Colombo Plan underwent an organizational transformation and renewal in 1995, and the Colombo Plan Bureau became the Colombo Plan Secretariat to be headed by the Secretary-General, instead of a Director.
In November 1945 he became the first staff member of the Conservative Parliamentary Secretariat, later the Conservative Research Department, where he was head of the Economic Section.
He was the top member of the Secretariat and, with Beria's support, Malenkov became Premier of the Soviet Union.
Malenkov became Chairman of the Council of Ministers but was forced to resign from the Secretariat on 14 March 1953, leaving Khrushchev in effective control of the body.
Funds for this work had been refused by the State Secretariat and Tunku therefore invited donations from local town dwellers who would benefit if evacuations became necessary.
Disagreeing with the politics of the then Head of the General Secretariat Volodymyr Vynnychenko, Petliura left the government and became the head of the Haydamatskyj Kish of Sloboda Ukraine ( in Kharkiv ), a military formation that in January – February 1918 was forced back to protect Kiev during the Uprising on the Arsenal Plant and prevent capturing the capital by the Bolshevik Red Guard.
In May 1922, Stalin became the General Secretary of the Communist Party and immediately transferred Kaganovich to his apparatus to command the Organizational Department or Orgburo of the Secretariat.
He became a leading theorist of the LCR and the United Secretariat of the Fourth International, and a professor of philosophy at the University of Paris-VIII.
However, despite this success, Laurin is best known as the trainer of Secretariat who was voted the 1972 American Champion Two-Year-Old Colt, and the 1972 and 1973 American Horse of the Year and who, in 1973, became the first Triple Crown winner in twenty-five years and the horse ranked # 2 in the Blood-Horse magazine List of the Top 100 U. S. Racehorses of the 20th Century.
After his military service, Ávila entered the public arena in 1933 – 1934 as the Official Mayor of the Secretariat of National Defense, and became Secretary of National Defense in 1937.
Mohanlal was born in Pathanamthitta in south Kerala to Vishwanathan Nair, an officer in Kerala Government Secretariat who later on became the Law Secretary of the state and Santhakumary.
Following the October Revolution of 1917, Sverdlov and Stasova became the de facto Secretariat as other members of the body assumed other duties.
Also in 1922, the position of General Secretary was created, the General Secretary became the head of the Secretariat and, in the years following Lenin's death, became the most important figure in the party and the country.

Secretariat and ninth
In their book A Century of Champions, based on the Timeform rating system, John Randall and Tony Morris ranked him as the third best North American horse of the 20th century ( behind Secretariat and Citation ) and the ninth best in their global ranking.

Secretariat and Triple
* 1973 – Secretariat wins the Triple Crown.
On June 9, 1973, Secretariat won the Belmont Stakes by thirty-one lengths, in a record time of 2: 24, becoming a Triple Crown champion that year.
Breeding rights were sold for Secretariat before he won the Triple Crown.
Popular both as a Triple Crown champion and in retirement, Secretariat was mourned by millions and buried at Claiborne Farm in Paris, Kentucky, given the rare honor of being buried whole ; usually only the head, heart, and hooves of a winning race horse are buried, and the rest of the body is cremated.
Secretariat was inducted into the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame in 1974, the year following his Triple Crown.
Ronald Joseph Morel Turcotte, CM ( born July 22, 1941 in Drummond, New Brunswick, Canada ) is a Hall of Fame thoroughbred race horse jockey best known as the rider of Secretariat, winner of the U. S. Triple Crown in 1973.
Caroline County is also home to The Meadow stables, the birthplace of the renowned racehorse Secretariat, winner of the 1973 Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes and Belmont Stakes ; the Triple Crown.
The following year, Secretariat, born at The Meadow, won the famous Triple Crown for the Chenery family's Meadow Stable.
* Eddie Sweat-groom to U. S. Triple Crown winner Secretariat
* Secretariat, ridden by jockey Ron Turcotte, becomes the first horse in 25 years to win all three United States Triple Crown Races
In 2010, Wallace directed Disney ’ s Secretariat, the true story of the racehorse that won the Triple Crown in 1973.
Secretariat, who holds the record for the fastest time in the Kentucky Derby and winner of the Triple Crown in 1973, wore blue and white ( as vividly shown in the 2010 Disney movie ) because his owner, Christopher Chenery, was a graduate and trustee of Washington and Lee.
In 2010, Lane starred in Secretariat, a Disney film about the relationship between the 1973 Triple Crown-winning racehorse and his owner, Penny Chenery, whom Lane portrayed.
The dark bay colt was the son of the great Triple Crown winner Secretariat out of the mare Ribbon.
His trainer, Laz Barrera, once said: " Affirmed is greater than Secretariat, or any Triple Crown winner, because only Affirmed had to face Alydar.
The same disease has also led to the death of fellow Triple Crown winner Secretariat and Kentucky Derby winner Barbaro.
* Ron Turcotte-Hall of Fame jockey who rode Secretariat to the Triple Crown
* Secretariat ( horse ), racehorse that won the Triple Crown in 1973
Also included in Smarty Jones ' pedigree are Triple Crown winners Secretariat and Count Fleet, and such other Triple Crown race winners as Northern Dancer, Foolish Pleasure and Man o ' War, who is # 1 on the list of Blood-Horse magazine List of the Top 100 U. S. Racehorses of the 20th Century.
There is also a life-size statue of the 1973 U. S. Triple Crown winner Secretariat with jockey Ron Turcotte aboard being led by groom Eddie Sweat.

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