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The first official guide to the programme containing its syllabus and official assessment information, was published in 1970 and included the theory of knowledge course.
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A top official of the New Frontier who kept a record of his first weeks on the job here gives this report of his experiences:
In his first six weeks in office he presided over 96 conferences, attended 35 official breakfasts and dinners, studied and signed 285 official papers and personally took 312 telephone calls.
The President said the primary goal of his actions as president ( he used the first person pronoun and explicitly refers to his " official duty ") was preserving the Union:
Schweitzer concludes that the 1st century theology, originating in the lifetimes of those who first followed Jesus, is both incompatible with, and far removed from, those beliefs later made official by the Roman Emperor Constantine in 325 CE.
* Rishaba — Rishi mentioned in Rig Veda and later in several Puranas, and believed by Jains to be the first official religious guru of Jainism, as accredited by later followers.
* 1975 – Takeo Miki makes the first official pilgrimage to Yasukuni Shrine by an incumbent prime minister on the anniversary of the end of World War II.
Albert of Prussia (; ) ( 17 May 1490 – 20 March 1568 ) was the 37th and last sovereign Grand Master of the Teutonic Knights and, after converting to Lutheranism, the first duke of the Duchy of Prussia, which was the first state to adopt the Lutheran faith and Protestantism as the official state religion.
Although English has no official status in the Constitution, Australian English is Australia's de facto official language and is the first language of the majority of the population.
The campaign by the name ' Tree Day-Plant Your Future ' was first organized on 12 March 2008, when an official non-working day was declared and more than 150, 000 Macedonians planted 2 million trees in one day ( symbolically, one for each citizen ).
The first official celebration will take place in Wellington in August 2012, with the planting of pohutukawa and Norfolk pines along Thorndon Esplanade.
Created by the Scottish-born composer, Peter Dodds McCormick, the song was first performed in 1878, but did not gain its status as the official anthem until 1984.
Korner made his first official record on Decca Records DFE 6286 in the company of Ken Colyer's Skiffle Group.
In 1984, the first official representative matches of International Rules were played, and these were played annually each October between the AFL and the Gaelic Athletic Association, also known as the GAA, between 1998 and 2006.
The Clinton administration also launched the first official White House website, whitehouse. gov, on October 21, 1994.
The first official home video releases of Beavis and Butt-Head were two VHS tapes titled There Goes the Neighborhood and Work Sucks !, distributed by Sony Music Video and MTV Home Video in 1996 in the United States, United Kingdom and Australia.
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At Schwarzwald Hotel Adler in Häusern, three generations of chefs from the same family have defended the award from the first year the Michelin guide selected restaurants in Germany until today.
In 1991, BCI published a reference guide containing 2300 vocabulary items and detailed rules for the graphic design of additional characters, so they settled a first set of approved Bliss-words for general use.
In 1916, " Food For Young Children " along with its sequel for adults, " How to Select Foods " was the first USDA guide to give specific dietary guidelines.
The first publication of a bartenders ' guide which included cocktail recipes was in 1862 — How to Mix Drinks ; or, The Bon Vivant's Companion, by " Professor " Jerry Thomas.
Lock also wrote a character guide entitled Who's Who in EastEnders ( ISBN 978-0-563-55178-2 ) in 2000, examining main characters from the first fifteen years of the show.
Chadwick edited The Beadle Baseball Player, the first baseball guide on public sale, as well as the Spalding and Reach annual guides for a number of years and in this capacity promoted the game and influenced the then-infant discipline of sports journalism.
In his 1861 Beadle guide, he listed totals of games played, outs, runs, home runs, and strikeouts for hitters on prominent clubs, the first database of its kind.
Iqaluit's first permanent inhabitant was Nakasuk, an Inuk guide who helped American Air Force planners to choose a site with a large flat area suitable for a landing strip.
Samuel Johnson's dictionary of 1755 greatly favoured Norman-influenced spellings such as centre and colour ; on the other hand, Noah Webster's first guide to American spelling, published in 1783, preferred spellings like center and the Latinate color.
Frémont was preparing to lead his first expedition and was looking for a guide to take him to South Pass on the Continental Divide.
"' Forever Changes ' made only a minor dent on the charts when it was first released in 1967, but years later it became recognized as one of the finest and most haunting albums to come out of the Summer of Love, which doubtless has as much to do with the disc's themes and tone as the music, beautiful as it is ," wrote Mark Deming in an entry for the online Allmusic guide.
Dante and Virgil, his guide, encounter the beast first among those damned for their violent natures, the " men of blood ".
The author of the Catholic Encyclopedia article goes on to enumerate the accounts of each of these three persons ( the unnamed " sinner ", Mary Magdalene, and Mary of Bethany ) in the Gospel of Luke and concludes that based on these accounts “ there is no suggestion of an identification of the three persons, and if we had only Luke to guide us we should certainly have no grounds for so identifying them the same person .” He then explains first the Catholic position equating Mary of Bethany with the sinful woman of Luke by referring to, where Mary is identified as the woman who anointed Jesus, and noting that this reference is given before John ’ s account of the anointing in Bethany:
Dr. Jordan's work " The Romance in Your Name " was the first to provide a fairly comprehensive system for identifying key numerological influences in one's name and birth date and remains a seminal interpretive guide for practitioners today.
Philips have made some considerable progress since 2007 ( when it was first ranked in this guide ), in particular by supporting the Individual Producer Responsibility principle, which means that the company is accepting the responsibility for the toxic impacts of its products on e-waste dumps around the world.
Devices using semiconductors at first were constructed based on empirical knowledge, but semiconductor theory provided a guide to construction of more capable and reliable devices.
After the first album, the band felt that demos for the second album ( on which Corner provided the guide vocals ) better suited his voice, especially in regard to the more raw, personal quality of the lyrics.
Some later V-2s used " guide beams ", radio signals transmitted from the ground, to keep the missile on course, but the first models used a simple analog computer that adjusted the azimuth for the rocket, and the flying distance was controlled by the timing of the engine cut-off, " Brennschluss ", ground controlled by a Doppler system or by different types of on-board integrating accelerometers.
The first official White House guide, published in 1962, suggested a link between Hoban's design for the South Portico, and Château de Rastignac, a neoclassical country house located in La Bachellerie in the Dordogne region of France and designed by Mathurin Salat.
This includes a detailed episode guide for the first two seasons, a look behind the scenes, the story of the origin of the show, biographies of cast and crew, and trivia about the show.