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I had come to New Orleans two years earlier after graduating college, partly because I loved the city and partly because there was quite a noted art colony there.
The designation of five Catholic theologians to attend the World Council of Churches assembly in New Delhi as `` official '' observers reverses the Church's earlier stand.
Kerr, who set the world record earlier this month in New York with a clocking of 1.09.3, wiped out Mills's early pace and beat the young Big 10 quarter-mile king by 5 yards.
It is not simply giving a repetition of the program it gave during its New York engagement earlier this season, but has brought back many of the numbers that were on the bill when it paid us its first visit and won everybody's heart.
( earlier similar lists vary by the omission or addition of a few books, see Development of the New Testament canon ).
The Bronx's gritty urban life had worked its way into the movies even earlier, with depictions of the " Bronx cheer ", a loud flatulent-like sound of disapproval, allegedly first made by New York Yankees fans.
The earlier date, first proposed in modern times by John Robinson in a closely argued chapter of " Redating the New Testament " ( 1976 ), relies on the book's internal evidence, given that no external testimony exists earlier than that of Irenaeus, noted above, and the earliest extant manuscript evidence of Revelation ( P98 ) is likewise dated no earlier than the late 2nd century.
Just how different the two families are is currently under debate, with some earlier authorities suggesting that the New World vultures belong in Ciconiiformes.
The large eastern coyotes in Canada are proposed to be actually hybrids of the smaller western coyotes and wolves that met and mated decades ago, as the coyotes moved toward New England from their earlier western ranges.
When creating the murals Alston was inspired by the work of Aaron Douglas, who a year earlier had created the public art piece Aspects of Negro Life for the New York Public Library, and researched traditional African culture, including traditional African medicine.
From 1870 the clipper trade increasingly focused on trade and the carrying of immigrants between England and Australia and New Zealand, a trade that had begun earlier with the Australian Gold Rush in the 1850s.
This part of New York was in the so-called " Burnt Over District ," which earlier in the 19th century had generated much religious excitement, including the beginnings of Mormonism, and social causes, such as abolitionism and support for the Underground Railroad.
Though there may have been earlier attempts to pull cars by endless ropes, the first cable car installation in operation was the West Side and Yonkers Patent Railway in New York City, which ran from 1 July 1868 to 1870.
The New Ferry Building, built in the Art Deco style to replace an earlier one, was renovated in 2008, but remains only partially accessible to the general public.
An even earlier work was James Fenimore Cooper's classic novel, The Spy, written in 1821, about an American spy in New York during the Revolutionary War.
If he or she was born in the United States, Taiwan or New Zealand, he or she legally becomes 18 on February 28, 2014, a day earlier.
Starting earlier, in 1976, Punk was published in New York and played a major part in popularizing punk rock ( a term coined a few years earlier in Creem ) as the term for the music and the bands being written about.
20th century Pentecostalism was not the earliest instance of " speaking in tongues " in church history, but earlier examples are few ; in church history and writing after the New Testament, it had never been regarded as orthodox until the rise of Pentecostalism.
However, even though the implementation of the Australian Citizenship Act in 1948 established the concept of an independent Australian citizenship, the idea of Australian-born persons being appointed governor of New South Wales was much earlier.
Encyclopædia Britannicas 1956 article on " New York ( City )" ( subheading " Greenwich Village ") states that the southern border of the Village is Spring Street, reflecting an earlier understanding ( today, Spring Street might be considered the southern boundary of the neighborhood sometimes called the South Village, though some cite Canal Street as the furthest extent of the South Village ).
Whale's last professional engagement was directing Pagan in the Parlour, a farce about two New England spinster sisters who are visited by a Polynesian whom their father, when shipwrecked years earlier, had married.

earlier and Haven
The New Haven Colony had earlier struck a deal with the Lenape to buy much of New Jersey south of present-day Trenton.
Like the earlier New Haven in Enedwaith far to the northwest, and the later harbour Pelargir on the river Anduin, Umbar became a base from which Númenórean influence spread over Middle-earth.
It replaced an earlier one that was built in 1874 when the New York Central and the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, the ancestors of today's Metro-North, moved the tracks from an open cut to the present-day elevated viaduct.
The earlier presses feature the New Haven address while later presses have the Huntington Beach address.
The mechanical design of the GG1 was based largely on the New Haven EP3, which had been borrowed earlier from the New Haven Railroad by the Pennsylvania to compare it to its current standard electric locomotive, the P5a.
Her funeral was held at Saint Luke's Episcopal Church in New Haven, Connecticut where she was married years earlier.
Just two years earlier in 1959, the New Haven had discontinued passenger service on the Old Colony division in southeastern Massachusetts.
Although WHNB had boosted its power to cover New Haven a few months earlier, some areas in Southern Connecticut still could not get a good signal from the station.

earlier and development
As stated earlier in the paper, Onsets and Completions -- particularly the former -- provide a different tool or indicator of expectancy in osseous development, each within a limited age period.
Thus, although the agenda of external assistance in the economic sphere are cumulative, and many of the policies suggested for nations in the earlier stages remain relevant, the basic purpose of American economic policy during the later stages of development should be to assure that movement into a stage of self-sustaining growth is not prevented by lack of foreign exchange.
In the specific case of time diffusion, we must emphasize the significance of the earlier development of mistrust when it is combined with the inevitable time crisis experienced by most ( if not all ) adolescents in our society, and with the failure of the adolescent period to provide opportunities for developing trust.
The ability of a child to actively communicate earlier than would otherwise be possible appears to accelerate language development and to decrease the frustrations of communication.
The revival brought forward musical styles that had, in earlier times, contributed to the development of country & western, jazz, and rock and roll music.
However his style here is a development of that of a number of miniatures of battle-scenes he had done much earlier for Maximilian I in his illuminated manuscript Triumphal Procession in 1512-14.
In the 1830s and 1840s a new development took place with the Permanent Building Society, where the society continued on a rolling basis, continually taking in new members as earlier ones completed purchases, such as Leek United Building Society.
Whereas deforestation was primarily driven by subsistence activities and government-sponsored development projects like transmigration in countries like Indonesia and colonization in Latin America, India, Java, and so on, during late 19th century and the earlier half of the 20th century.
Classical Sanskrit word dharmas would formally match with Latin o-stem firmus < * Proto-Indo-European * dʰer-mo-s " holding ", were it not for its historical development from earlier Rigvedic n-stem.
Haeckel advanced a version of the earlier " recapitulation theory ", previously set out by Étienne Serres in the 1820s and supported by followers of Geoffroy including Robert Edmond Grant, which proposed a link between ontogeny ( development of form ) and phylogeny ( evolutionary descent ), summed up by Haeckel in the phrase " ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny ".
While it is possible to identify earlier legal structures that would today fall into the " environmental " law metric-for example the common law recognition of private and public rights to protect interests in land, such as nuisance, or post-industrial revolution human health protections-the concept of " environmental law " as a separate and distinct body of law is a 20th Century development.
A major phase in the development of Western esotericism begins in the Renaissance, partly as the result of various attempts to revive such earlier movements.
Years earlier, working at Warner Bros., Hellinger had produced three films for Raoul Walsh, the proto-noirs They Drive by Night ( 1940 ) and Manpower ( 1941 ), and High Sierra ( 1941 ), now regarded as a key work in noir's development.
These 543-million-year-old embryos support the emergence of some aspects of arthropod development earlier than previously thought in the late Proterozoic.
* development of the voiceless aspirated plosives and to the voiceless fricatives and, respectively ; the similar development of to may have taken place later ( these phonological changes are not reflected in the orthography: both the earlier and later phonemes are written with φ, θ, and χ )
As production became more specialized, trade guilds were divided and subdivided, eliciting the squabbles over jurisdiction that produced the paperwork by which economic historians trace their development: there were 101 trades in Paris by 1260, and earlier in the century the metalworking guilds of Nuremberg were already divided among dozens of independent trades, in the boom economy of the 13th century.
This latter idea — placing Hamlet far earlier than the generally accepted date, with a much longer period of development — has attracted some support, though others dismiss it as speculation.
As Conway ( 2006 ) concludes, the new policies " went far beyond earlier efforts to promote economic development in the Highlands and ... represented the first real endeavour to transform the region's social system .... the post-rebellion legislation certainly seems to have accelerated the change.
Behe asserts that the absence of any one of these proteins causes the flagella to fail to function, and that the flagellum " engine " is irreducibly complex as if we try to reduce its complexity by positing an earlier and simpler stage of its evolutionary development, we get an organism which functions improperly.
The expression appears in The Antichrist, published in 1895 and written several years earlier ; a fuller development of Nietzsche's argument can be found in a prior work, On the Genealogy of Morality.
Stories earlier in the timeline feature technology such as Bussard ramjets, Drouds ( wires capable of directly stimulating the pleasure centers of the brain ) and explore how organ transplantation technology enables the new crime of organlegging ( as well as the general sociological effects of widespread transplant technology ), while later stories feature hyperdrive, invulnerable starship hulls, stasis fields, molecular monofilaments, transfer booths ( teleporters used only on planetary surfaces ), the lifespan-extending drug boosterspice, and the tasp which is an extension of the wirehead development which works without direct contact.
This new development increased the ground capacity to 43, 000 and much improved the facilities at the ground compared to the earlier stands.
This name reflected the parallel development of this technique by both Hertzsprung and Russell earlier in the century.

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