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The first act of Adoniram and Samuel on reaching Calcutta was to report at the police station, a necessity when landing in East India Company territory.
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Since she could not act, one part suited her as well as any other, and so she was the first person to offer Mr. Lincoln a glass of water, holding it up to the box, high above her head, to Miss Harris, who had asked for it.
Its building was first proposed in 1791, when a group of citizens, mostly Newburyport men, petitioned the General Court for an act of incorporation.
One thing should be clear to both husband and wife -- neither pain nor profuse bleeding has to occur when the hymen is ruptured during the first sex act.
In a long commentary which he has inserted in the published text of the first act of the play, he says at one point: `` However, that experience never raised a doubt in his mind as to the reality of the underworld or the existence of Lucifer's many-faced lieutenants.
Wallace Gray has directed a difficult play here, usually well, but with just a bit too much physical movement in the first act for my taste.
After Amadeus abandonment in 1873, Parliament declared the Federal Republic ( including the Cuba, Puerto Ico and he Pacific Archipelagos ), the first act of President Estanbislao Figueras was to extend the Abolition Act to Puerto Rico.
The CAB investigation of the accident is the first investigation to be conducted under the Bureau of Air Commerce act of 1938.
In the first two visions, Amos is able to convince God not to act out the scenes of discipline presented to him.
According to Livy, his first act as king was to order the Pontifex Maximus to copy the text concerning the performance of public ceremonies of religion from the commentaries of Numa Pompilius to be displayed to the public, so that the rites of religion should no longer be neglected or improperly performed.
The first figure, which represents Eurydice in flames and smoke, in the act of leaving Hades, was completed towards the close of his sixteenth year.
Norman Spector called, in The Globe and Mail, for Prime Minister Stephen Harper to address the issue of the act's bar on Catholics, saying that Phillips ' marriage to Kelly would be the first time the provisions of the act would bear directly on Canada – Phillips would be barred from acceding to the Canadian throne because he married a Roman Catholic Canadian.
After John Hinckley's attempted assassination of U. S. President Ronald Reagan, first lady Nancy Reagan commissioned astrologer Joan Quigley to act as the secret White House astrologer.
Gassmann's first act was to take Salieri to the Italian Church to consecrate his teaching and service to God, an event that left a deep impression on Salieri for the rest of his life.
He also notes that according to Genesis, the first speech act is due to Eve, addressing the serpent, and not to Adam.
The first two acts were successfully premièred in Zürich in 1937, but for personal reasons Helene Berg subsequently imposed a ban on any attempt to " complete " the final act, which Berg had in fact completed in particell ( short score ) format.
That moment, halfway through the first act, belongs to Ms. Lansbury, who has hitherto been perfectly entertaining, playing Madame Armfeldt with the overripe aristocratic condescension of a Lady Bracknell.
The first player's bowl has come to rest just in front of the jack ; the second has delivered his bowl and is following after it with one of those eccentric contortions still not unusual on modern greens, the first player meanwhile making a repressive gesture with his hand, as if to urge the bowl to stop short of his own ; the third player is depicted as in the act of delivering his bowl.
His first major act was to institute the Wild Card and divisional playoff play, which has created much controversy amongst baseball fans.
The Statute of Anne was the first real copyright act, and gave the publishers rights for a fixed period, after which the copyright expired.
first and Adoniram
Both Adoniram Judson Gordon and Russell Conwell were Baptist ministers ; Gordon's divinity school was first established as Gordon Bible Institute in 1889, while Conwell's theological school was originally chartered as Temple College in 1888.
At the age of 25, Adoniram Judson became the first Protestant missionary sent from North America to preach in Burma.
Tha Byu, the first convert to Christianity in 1828, was baptised by Rev George Boardman, an associate of Adoniram Judson, founder of the American Baptist Foreign Mission Society.
Originally as Judson College, it was named after Adoniram Judson, the first American Baptist missionary to foreign shores.
Judson Church, inside the main campus of the University, is a Baptist church, and like Judson College, named after Adoniram Judson, a 19th century American missionary who compiled the first Burmese-English dictionary.
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When I first came across Samuel Johnson's pronouncement, `` the remedy for the ills of life is palliative rather than radical '', it seemed to me to sum up the profoundest of political and social truths.
The first Sheriff, Mr Samuel Smart, was wounded during the robbery, and on 2 May 1838 one of the offenders, Michael Magee, became the first person to be hanged in South Australia.
In the Book of Samuel, Abner ( Hebrew אבנר " Avner " meaning " father of is a light "), is first cousin to Saul and commander-in-chief of his army ( 1 Samuel 14: 50, 20: 25 ).
Cuba and Puerto Rico, reached tremendous levels of development and wealth, to the point that Spain's First Train was between Havana and Camaguey, and the world's first telegraph was in Puerto Rico, as Samuel Morse lived there with his daughter, married to a Puerto Rican businessman.
The Ark is first mentioned in the Book of Exodus, and then numerous times in Deuteronomy, Joshua, Judges, I Samuel, II Samuel, I Kings, I Chronicles, II Chronicles, Psalms and Jeremiah.
In his 1781 book General History of Connecticut, the Reverend Samuel Peters ( 1735 – 1826 ) used it to describe various laws first enacted by Puritan colonies in the 17th century that prohibited various activities, recreational as well as commercial, on Sunday ( Saturday evening through Sunday night ).
The estate was first known as Bletchley Park during the ownership of Samuel Lipscomb Seckham, who purchased it in 1877.
The first Book of Samuel begins with a description of the prophet Samuel's birth and of how God called to him as a boy.
1 and 2 Samuel were originally ( and still is in some Jewish bibles ) a single book, but the first Greek translation, produced in the centuries immediately before Christ, divided it into two ; this was adopted by the Latin translation used in the early Christian church of the West, and finally introduced into Jewish bibles around the early 16th century CE.
This source first describes Samuel as decisively ridding the people of the Philistines, and begrudgingly appointing an individual chosen by God to be king, namely Saul.
The Greek Orthodox branch of Christianity continues to use the Greek translation ( the Septuagint ), but when a Latin translation ( called the Vulgate ) was made for the Western church, Kingdoms was first retitled the Book of Kings, parts One to Four, and eventually both Kings and Samuel were separated into two books each.
At 17: 30, Nelson hailed one of his two leading ships, HMS Zealous under Captain Samuel Hood, which had been racing Goliath to be the first to fire on the French.
The Blackstone Valley was a major contributor of the American Industrial Revolution where Samuel Slater built his first textile mill.
Categories were first introduced by Samuel Eilenberg and Saunders Mac Lane in 1942 – 45, in connection with algebraic topology.
The first Commandant was Samuel Nicholas, who took office as a captain, though there was no office titled " Commandant " at the time, and the Second Continental Congress had authorized that the senior-most Marine could take a rank up to Colonel.
Prior to the start of the Civil War, Governor Samuel J. Kirkwood declared Davenport to be Iowa's first military headquarters and five camps were set up in the city to aid the Union.
Among the more than two dozen exhibitors who attended the first meeting held in New York on April 25, 1917, were Frederick Dahnken of the Turner and Dahnken Circuit in San Francisco, Harry O. Schwalbe of Philadelphia, Samuel Roxy Rothafel of New York, Earl H. Hulsey of Dallas and Nathan H. Gordon of Boston.
Six of George's siblings reached maturity, including two older half-brothers, Lawrence and Augustine, from his father's first marriage to Jane Butler Washington, and four full siblings, Samuel, Elizabeth ( Betty ), John Augustine and Charles.
The early 17th century saw the first successful French settlements in the New World with the voyages of Samuel de Champlain.
It first saw the light of day on New Year's Eve 1759 sung by Samuel Thomas Champnes, grandson of John Weldon, in one of the first pantomimes, " Harlequin's Invasion ", at the Garrick Theatre.