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The American part of the evening consisted of Paul Creston's Dance Overture, William Schuman's `` Chester '' From `` New England Triptych '' and two works of Wallingford Riegger, Dance Rhythms, Op. 58, and a Romanza For Strings, Op. 56A.
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American and part
Labor relations have been transformed, income security has become a standardized feature of political platforms, and all the many facets of the American version of the welfare state have become part of the conventional wisdom.
I shall continue to urge the American people, in the interests of their own security, prosperity and peace, to make sure that their own part of this great project be amply and cheerfully supported.
It was not a part of any one of the three ( later four ) zones for occupation by Soviet, American, British, and French troops respectively.
Nobody can deny the right of former Chief Executives to take part in politics, but the American people expect them always to remember the obligations of national leadership and to treat issues with a sense of responsibility.
The possibility of recall into the Army is part of the price that a modern American has to pay for the enviable heritage of liberty which he enjoys.
The Miss Rhode Island Pageant is sponsored by the Rhode Island Junior Chamber of Commerce as a part of the nation-wide search for the typical American girl -- a Miss America from Rhode Island.
He feels very forcibly that the American Kennel Club should take a more active part in encouraging the Junior Division!!
There has been a tendency on the part of many American linguists to assume that a phonemic transcription will automatically be the best possible orthography and that the only real problem will then be the social one of securing acceptance.
If one wishes to discuss a literary figure who uses folklore in his work, the first thing he must realize is that the literary figure is probably part of this ignorant American public.
that its presentation in this country is part of a capitalist plot to boobify the American people ; ;
From the American Civil War until World War II, Alabama, like many Southern states, suffered economic hardship, in part because of continued dependence on agriculture.
Anthropology in France has a less clear genealogy than the British and American traditions, in part because many French writers influential in anthropology have been trained or held faculty positions in sociology, philosophy, or other fields rather than in anthropology.
In 2009, the American Anthropological Association's Commission on the Engagement of Anthropology with the US Security and Intelligence Communities released its final report concluding, in part, that, " When ethnographic investigation is determined by military missions, not subject to external review, where data collection occurs in the context of war, integrated into the goals of counterinsurgency, and in a potentially coercive environment – all characteristic factors of the HTS concept and its application – it can no longer be considered a legitimate professional exercise of anthropology.
In this week, members of the Penobscot Tribe from all over Maine venture to the Penobscot Indian Island Reservation in Old Town and take part in games, Native American arts and crafts, pow-wows, cook-outs, etc.
The term was popularized by G. L. Trager and Bernard Bloch in a 1941 paper on English phonology and went on to become part of standard usage within the American structuralist tradition.
American Airlines Flight 77 was a passenger flight which was hijacked by five al-Qaeda terrorists on September 11, 2001, as part of the September 11 attacks.
* 1861 – American Civil War: in order to help pay for the war effort, the United States government levies the first income tax as part of the Revenue Act of 1861 ( 3 % of all incomes over US $ 800 ; rescinded in 1872 ).
For the most part American vocabulary, phonology and syntax are used, to various extents, in Canada ; therefore many prefer to refer to North American English rather than American English.
The Native American cuisine became part of the cookery style that the early colonists brought with them.
American and evening
In 1973 Segal disrupted the CBS evening news with Walter Cronkite, an event covered in newspapers across the country and viewed by 60 % of American households, many seeing or hearing about homosexuality for the first time.
On the evening of July 2, 1915, Eric Muenter, an anarchist and onetime German professor at Harvard and Cornell universities, who opposed American support of the allied war effort, broke into the Senate chamber, laid dynamite around Marshall's office door, and set it with a timer.
* April 7-The American Research Bureau reports that the I Love Lucy episode, " The Marriage License " was the first TV show in history to be seen in around 10, 000, 000 homes the evening the episode aired.
When the dinner jacket ( tuxedo in American English ) first came into fashion in the Victorian era, it was used as a less formal alternative for the tailcoat which men of the upper classes wore every evening.
That evening Mayer presented to those guests what he called the American Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, and it was open to those who had contributed to the motion picture industry.
Such a sketch can include footage of a " man on the street ", pioneered by American television personality Steve Allen on evening comedy television programs like The Tonight Show.
North American Radio stations often play specialty radio shows such as Casey Kasem's countdown or other nationally syndicated radio shows that may differ from their regular weekly music patterns on Sunday morning and / or Sunday evening.
The sports calendar in many American public schools reflects this, reserving Mondays and Thursdays for girls ' games and Tuesdays and Fridays for boys ' games while generally avoiding events on Wednesday evening.
On 15 September 1945, during the Allied occupation of Austria, he was shot and killed by an American Army soldier following the arrest of his son-in-law for black market activities, when, despite the curfew about to go into effect in three-quarters of an hour, he stepped outside the house so as not to disturb his sleeping grandchildren by enjoying a few draws on a cigar given him that evening by his son-in-law.
The War Department also had concerns: they wanted to make sure that the film's portrayal of the departing soldiers " should result in giving the audience the feeling that these boys are normal, thoroughly fit American soldiers who have had an evening of clean fun.
For many years, Ed Sullivan was a national event each Sunday evening, and was the first exposure for foreign performers to the American public.
Just weeks after the Japanese air Attack on Pearl Harbor ( Sunday morning, December 7, 1941 ), the first news reports released to the public pertaining to Claire Chennault's war exploits occurred on December 20, 1941 when senior Chinese officials in Chungking that Saturday evening released his name to United Press International reporters to commemorate the first aerial attack made by the international air force called the American Volunteer Group ( AVG ).
American pianist Amy Fay, who wrote extensively on the European classical music scene, admitted that while Rubinstein " has a gigantic spirit in him, and is extremely poetic and original ... for an entire evening he is too much.
By late evening of the 17th, rumors that the enemy was killing prisoners had reached the forward American divisions.
His works include Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All For You, Beyond Therapy, Baby With the Bathwater, The Nature and Purpose of the Universe, Titanic, A History of the American Film, The Idiots Karamazov, The Marriage of Bette and Boo, Laughing Wild, ' Dentity Crisis, The Actor's Nightmare, The Vietnamization of New Jersey, Betty's Summer Vacation, Naomi in the Living Room, Adrift in Macao, Mrs. Bob Cratchit's Wild Christmas Binge, Miss Witherspoon, Why Torture is Wrong, and the People Who Love Them, and a collection of one-act parodies meant to be performed in one evening entitled Durang / Durang that includes " Mrs. Sorken ", " For Whom The Southern Belle Tolls " ( a parody of The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams ), " A Stye Of the Eye ", " Nina in the Morning ", " Wanda's Visit ", and " Business Lunch at the Russian Tea Room ".
A half-hour evening version of American Bandstand aired on Monday nights from 7: 30 p. m .– 8: 00 p. m. ( ET ), beginning on October 7, 1957.
ABC World News is the flagship daily evening program of ABC News, the news division of the American Broadcasting Company television network in the United States.
* The western American plant genus Clarkia ( in the evening primrose family Onagraceae ), is named after him, as are the cutthroat trout ( Oncorhynchus clarki ), and Clark's nutcracker ( Nucifraga columbiana ), a large passerine bird, in the family Corvidae.
But later that evening, back in Tehran, the minister heard on the radio that Imam Khomeini had issued a statement supporting the seizure and calling it " the second revolution ", and the embassy an " American spy den in Tehran ".
On the evening of 22 June, Laura became aware of plans for a surprise American attack on British troops led by Lieutenant James FitzGibbon at Beaver Dams, which would have furthered American control in the Niagara Peninsula.
The first scheduled airline flights were American Airlines in late 1949 ; they had one weekday morning flight La Guardia to HPN to Syracuse and beyond, returning in the evening.