[permalink] [id link]
The obituary stated (" The merchant of death is dead ") and went on to say, " Dr. Alfred Nobel, who became rich by finding ways to kill more people faster than ever before, died yesterday.
Some Related Sentences
obituary and stated
The obituary stated that English cricket had died, and the body will be cremated and the ashes taken to Australia.
His obituary in The Sydney Morning Herald stated that he had fought, " A long battle with depression.
He also wrote his own obituary, in which he stated repeatedly that he " wrote the Goon show and died ".
His obituary by the Royal Society stated: " Gregory was always very interested in the international contacts of science, and in the columns of Nature he always gave generous space to accounts of the activities of the International Scientific Unions.
His obituary stated that " he recognized Denmark as his native country, whence he came to our region ; he lived about 70 years ".
For example, in a 1993 obituary of writer Michael Musto, it stated that shortly after Abbott and Costello teamed up, they paid Musto $ 15 to write the script.
Fran Striker's obituary ( 1962 ) and a Gold Key Comics ( 1964 ) retelling of the origin both stated that " Dan " was the Lone Ranger's first name, not his brother's.
' The Law Times, in his obituary, stated that Ballantine " left behind him scarcely any lesson, even in his own poor biography, which the rising generation could profitably learn.
) Secondly, when Ne Win died on 5 December 2002, the Burmese language newspapers that were allowed to carry a paid obituary stated the age of ' U Ne Win ' to be ' 93 years '.
Most Western news agencies, based on the May 1911 birth date, reported that Ne Win was 91 years old, but the obituary put up by his family ( most probably his children ) stated that he was 93 years old, which most likely stems from East Asian age reckoning.
In its obituary of the scholar, The Independent stated that " Isaiah Berlin was often described, especially in his old age, by means of superlatives: the world's greatest talker, the century's most inspired reader, one of the finest minds of our time ... there is no doubt that he showed in more than one direction the unexpectedly large possibilities open to us at the top end of the range of human potential ".
Johns Hopkins ' views on his bequests, and on the duties and responsibilities of the two board of trustees, especially the hospital board of trustees led by his friend and fellow Quaker Francis King, were formally stated primarily in four documents, the incorporation papers filed in 1867, his instruction letter to the hospital trustees dated March 12, 1873, his will, which was quoted from extensively in his Baltimore Sun obituary, and in his will's two codicils, one dated 1870 and the other dated 1873.
Upon her death, an obituary in The Independent in London stated, " In the history of the American environmental movement, there have been few more remarkable figures than Marjory Stoneman Douglas.
The writer of the obituary notice in The Times stated that he was a very religious man who during his last years did much lecturing to young people's clubs and debating societies.
An obituary in The Daily Telegraph stated that he later described the Anton Piller order " as a Frankenstein's monster that went far beyond his original design brief.
Schaaf's obituary stated that " just before his bout with Carnera, Schaaf went into reclusion in a religious retreat near Boston to recuperate from an attack of influenza " which produced the meningitis.
In its obituary, the New York Times attributed his death to " paralysis of the brain ", and stated that his death had been expected.
His obituary in The New York Times stated that, at that time, all that could be done for a victim of hyaline membrane disease " is to monitor the infant's blood chemistry and to try to keep it near normal levels.
Cohen's obituary in the New York Times stated that long before his death, Cohen had become " an almost legendary figure in American philosophy, education and the liberal tradition ".
His obituary in The Times newspaper in the United Kingdom stated that " any consideration of the American ' film noir ' of the 1940s would be incomplete without him ".
" Similarly, his Times obituary stated that: " At a time when studio productions were usually as static as the conventional theatre, he was widely respected for a creative contribution to British television drama which gave it a new dimension.
Despite chairman Ghnaim's stated mission to create a " cultural rainbow " from his football club, games against Beitar Jerusalem were particularly violent, at least partially due to the presence of Beitar's notoriously anti-Arab supporters ; when Sakhnin won the State Cup, Beitar fans paid for an obituary to be printed in Israel's leading daily Yediot Aharonot, claiming that Israeli football was dead.
obituary and ("
The statement in one medieval obituary that Peter de Averio gave to the cathedral of Angers " unam de spinis quae fuit apposita coronae spinae nostri Redemptoris " (" one of the spines which were touched to the thorny crown of our Redeemer ") ( de Mély, p. 362 ) indicates that many of the thorns were relics of the third class — objects touched to a relic of the first class, in this case some part of the crown itself.
Some sources have erroneously attributed Johnny Bond's 1948 " Oklahoma Waltz " to her ;< ref > Paul Wadey's obituary (" Cindy Walker: Country songwriter ", < i > The Independent </ i >, 27 March 2006 ) makes this error, as well as misidentifying the years of the Tubb and Arnold songs she wrote ; nine years earlier this error appeared in more than one book edited by Colin Larkin, e. g. probably they confused it with her own 1947 composition of that name, co-written with and recorded by Spade Cooley.
" Among other oddities, Quillen regularly wore a " cowboy-type Stetson ," raised a memorial to " Eve, the First Woman ," published his father's obituary before he died, used a column to advertise his interest in adopting a baby boy (" must be between three and twelve months of age "), and built himself a faux Greek temple as a work space — which he never used.
obituary and merchant
Alfred Nobel had the unpleasant surprise of reading his own obituary, titled The merchant of death is dead, in a French newspaper.
In 1888, Nobel was astonished to read his own obituary, titled The merchant of death is dead, in a French newspaper.
Alfred Nobel founded the Nobel Prizes after an erroneous obituary labelled him a " merchant of death " due to his invention and selling of dynamite.
obituary and death
In the obituary of Michael Andreevich Romanoff, the highest-ranking member of the Russian imperial family at the time of his death in 2008, it was noted that his family spent most of WWII at Craigowan Lodge.
A common story says that his New York Times obituary called him " Henry Melville ", implying that he was unknown and unappreciated at his time of death, but the story is not true.
After the death of Mary Hastings Bradley in 1976, " Tiptree " mentioned in a letter that his mother, also a writer, had died in Chicago — details that led inquiring fans to find the obituary, with its reference to Alice Sheldon ; soon all was revealed.
The defeat was widely recorded in the English press and a mock obituary was published in The Sporting Times, lamenting the death of English cricket and noted that " the body will be cremated and the ashes taken to Australia ".
He then notes that it is ridiculous and weird that there are intensities of treatment by the scientists and press, in particular, that he was " much less badly treated ," when in fact he had been the main target of US press, specifically The New York Times, where his obituary ten years later would mock deconstruction and not consider Jacques Derrida, the person, in the face of those grieving his death.
" There have also been attempts to tie the obituary of the movement to the 1989 death of Salvador Dalí.
A mock obituary was published in the Sporting Times the following day, mourning the death of English cricket, as this was the first time that an England team had lost on home soil.
As Jean Pierre Lion has pointed out, " the only serious and analytical obituary to have been published in the months " after his death was by a Frenchman, Hugues Panassié.
However, her obituary in The New York Times states that she was born on May 4, 1914, which would have made her 87 at the time of her death on April 8, 2002.
Upon her death, writer Jean Cocteau observed in an obituary, " Her voice, slightly off-key, was that of the Parisian street hawkers — the husky, trailing voice of the Paris people.
The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, when discussing the death of William the Conqueror, denounced him and the conquest in verse form, but the king's obituary notice from William of Poitiers, a Frenchman, was laudatory and full of praise.
An obituary notice about his death was printed in one Maribor daily newspaper, mentioning his ranks ( engineers and captain ), his illness, but nothing about his work about space.
Breckinridge had ample reason to fear charges of treason ; in 1863, premature rumors of his death prompted the New York Times to print a quite vituperative obituary arguing that Kentucky's decision to stay in the Union denied Breckinridge the notion of states ' rights to justify his siding with the Confederacy.
The New York Times obituary read, " Mr. Abbott said that a week and a half before his death he was dictating revisions to the second act of Pajama Game with a revival in mind, in addition to working on a revival of Damn Yankees.
As Professor William L. Davidson wrote in Bain's obituary in Mind " In Dr. Bain's death, psychology has sustained a great loss ; but so too has education and practical reform.
The only mention of Ne Win's death was a paid obituary notice that appeared in some of the government-controlled Burmese language newspapers.
Just before his death, he gave permission to the Evening Sun to print his obituary, so that he might read it.
After her death in Tampa, Florida, on April 14, 1921, her obituary appeared in the St. Petersburg Times, claiming she had additional " revolutionary " Strowger designs, but she had refused to make them public while she was alive because only others would profit from her husband's designs.
Eochaid's other sons named by the Senchus fer n-Alban are Conall Crandomna, Failbe ( who died at the Battle of Fid Eoin ), Cú-cen-máthair ( whose death is reported in the Annals of Ulster for 604 ), Conall Bec, Connad or Conall Cerr ( who may be the same person as Connad Cerr who died at Fid Eoin ), Failbe, Domangart and Domnall Donn ( not the same person as Domnall Donn unless his obituary is misplaced by 45 years like that of Ferchar mac Connaid )
After Cheung's death, Cheung's family published a full-page obituary in a Hong Kong newspaper, in which Tong was listed as a surviving spouse ( 未亡人 ).