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The Gates Hillman Complex, opened for occupancy on August 11, 2009, sits on a site on the university's West Campus, surrounded by Cyert Hall, the Purnell Center for the Arts, Doherty Hall, Newell-Simon Hall, Smith Hall, Hamburg Hall and the Robert Mehrabian Collaborative Innovation Center.
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Gates and Hillman
The university has most recently completed building the Gates Hillman Complex and continues renovating historic academic and residence halls.
The Gates Hillman Complex was made possible by a $ 20 million lead gift from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and an additional $ 10 million grant from The Henry L. Hillman Foundation.
The Gates Hillman Complex and the Purnell Center for the Arts are connected by the Randy Pausch Memorial Footbridge.
The northwestern part of the campus ( home to Hamburg Hall, Newell-Simon Hall, Smith Hall, and Gates Hillman Complex ) was acquired from the United States Bureau of Mines in the 1980s.
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In 2004, San Diego High School was divided into six thematic schools as a result of funding from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, collectively called The San Diego High Educational Complex.
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In 2003, on notification by the Secretary-General of the United Nations Kofi Annan, about 500 Christians, Muslims, Jews and other international and interfaith tourists joined the Unification Church Middle East Peace Initiative " to such a degree that the Old Gates were opened by the Israeli police near the Wailing Wall, and by the Muslim leadership at Al Aqsa, without incident ", as the official UN-report says.
Working with young producer David Gates also opened up horizons for Vliet's skills as a poet-cum-lyricist, with his " Who Do You Think You're Fooling " on the flipside of the band's first single, a cover of the Ellas McDaniel / Willie Dixon-penned hit, " Diddy Wah Diddy ".
In 49 voices, or callings: which are the Natural Keys to open those, not 49 but 48 ( for one is not to be opened ) Gates of Understanding, whereby you shall have knowledge to move every Gate …
This land was opened for settlement in the year 1628 and was occupied by people from the English settlement of the Virginia Colony established at Kecoughtan in 1610 by Sir Thomas Gates which eventually became part of the current City of Hampton.
In November 2008, a new section of Market Gates opened, including high street retailers such as Debenhams, New Look and Starbucks.
The A5 £ 26, 000, 000 dual-carriageway Fazeley, Two Gates and Wilnecote Bypass opened in July 1995, acting both as a bypass of Watling Street, and as a fast route for traffic into the town.
Marriage into the Reeve family opened the way for Robert Gates to get into and then up through the Customs service.
The reconstituted Southern army, now under General Horatio Gates, was severely defeated at the Battle of Camden, South Carolina, on August 16, 1780, which opened up the South to British control.
On July 25, 1995, in Moscow the Vladimir Vysotsky monument was officially opened at Strastnoy Boulevard, by the Petrovsky Gates.
The Daily Worker's editor, John Gates opened the paper for discussion of the topic, a novel event for a party-line newspaper, and one appeared to promise further liberalization and dialogue inside the Communist Party in the United States.
However, despite ambitious expansion plans, GEM's British operations were not a success, with only one other store ( at Cross Gates, Leeds ) being opened.
Popular histories in Raine list the man Kane as Axis ' court mage ; Kane was, but the woman Kane was also his lover who opened the Gates of Time for him.
On 1 January 1878, the GER opened a branch line, the Palace Gates Line, from Seven Sisters station to Palace Gates ( Wood Green ) station to the north-west.
And to enhance cargo port accessibility, the newly constructed Security Gates opened at the end of 2006 to increase the processing rate for container trucks and help eliminate the daily traffic backups.
The line was constructed by the Great Eastern Railway ( GER ) and opened on 1 January 1878 with a temporary terminus at Noel Park and Wood Green station before being opened to Palace Gates ( Wood Green ) station on 7 October 1878.
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" This statement was quickly followed up by Defense Secretary Robert Gates and Joint Chiefs Chairman Michael Mullen voicing their support for a repeal of DADT.
Morris left for Napa Valley and began working on the film that would become his first feature, Gates of Heaven.
IBM approached Digital Research in 1980, at Bill Gates ' suggestion, to negotiate the purchase of a forthcoming version of CP / M called CP / M-86 for the IBM PC.
Sams related the story to Gates, who had already agreed to provide a BASIC interpreter and several other programs for the PC.
Although Kildall preferred to leave the IBM affair in the past and to be known for his work before and afterward, he continually faced comparisons between himself and Bill Gates as well as fading memories of his contributions.
A legend grew around the fateful IBM-DRI meeting ( encouraged by Gates and various journalists ), suggesting that Kildall had irresponsibly taken the day off for a recreational flight, and he tired of constantly having to refute that story.
After the Little Entrance, the arch-priest and arch-deacon conduct the bishop-elect before the Royal Gates where he is met by the bishops and kneels before the altar on both knees and the Gospel Book is laid over his head and the consecrating bishops lay their hands upon the Gospel Book, while the prayers of ordination are read by the eldest bishop ; after this, the newly consecrated bishop ascends the synthranon ( bishop's throne in the sanctuary ) for the first time.
Bob Gates, in his book Out Of The Shadows, wrote that Pakistan had been pressuring the United States for arms to aid the rebels for years, but that the Carter administration refused in the hope of finding a diplomatic solution to avoid war.
In fact, when Bill Gates ' version of BASIC for the Altair was shared among the hacker community, Gates claimed to have lost a considerable sum of money because few users paid for the software.
Some major works composed during this period include Wavemaker ( 1977 ), Phrygian Gates for solo piano ( 1977 ), Shaker Loops ( 1978 ), Common Tones in Simple Time ( 1979 ), Harmonium ( 1980 – 81 ), Grand Pianola Music ( 1982 ), Light Over Water ( 1983 ), Harmonielehre ( 1984 – 85 ), The Chairman Dances ( 1985 ), Short Ride in a Fast Machine ( 1986 ), and Nixon in China ( 1985 – 87 ).
Bill Gates was repeatedly heard in 1985 saying that Microsoft made more money on Multiplan for the Macintosh than any other platform.
Allen attended Lakeside School, a private school in Seattle, and befriended Bill Gates, who was almost three years younger and shared a common enthusiasm for computers.
He stayed on good terms with his master and may have been privy to the designs for Ghiberti's second set of Baptistery doors, The Gates of Paradise.
The team then used their second first round selection on defensive tackle Luis Castillo. The Chargers started the season without tight end Antonio Gates as he was suspended two games by Smith for holding out in training camp.
Gates to the West include not only the newly reconstructed Kuressaare Airport and Roomassaare Port, the operation of modern ferries between Saaremaa and the mainland but also the rapid development of the telecommunications, highly important for the island.
** The name " Micro-soft " ( for microcomputer software ) is used by Bill Gates in a letter to Paul Allen for the first time ( Microsoft becomes a registered trademark on November 26, 1976 ).
* May 23 – Jamestown, Virginia: Acting as temporary Governor, Thomas Gates, along with John Rolfe, Captain Ralph Hamor, Sir George Somers, and other survivors from the Sea Venture ( wrecked at Bermuda ) arrive at Jamestown ; they find that 60 have survived the " starving time " ( winter ), the fort palizadoes and gates have been torn down, and empty houses have been used for firewood, in fear of attacks by natives outside the fort area.
* War with Sassanid Persia: Emperor Anastasius I refuses to pay a share of the cost of defending the Caucasian Gates through which nomadic tribes have come for raids on Persia and the Byzantine Empire.
John Warne Gates demonstrated barbed wire for Washburn and Moen in Military Plaza, San Antonio, Texas in 1876.