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Then in 1913, the Marriage and Divorce Act was introduced.
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Then and 1913
Then, he tied for first with Alexander Alekhine at St. Petersburg 1913 / 14 ( the eighth All-Russian Masters ' Tournament ).
Then followed Woolwich Common ( 1907 – 1908 ), Pound Park ( 1908 – 1913 ), and Angerstein Lane ( 1913 – 1915 ).
Then in 1913, using this formula as a basis, Albert Einstein and Otto Stern published a paper of great significance in which they suggested for the first time the existence of a residual energy that all oscillators have at absolute zero.
Then on 1 January 1913, the western part of Hitra was separated to form the new municipality of Kvenvær.
Then on 1 January 1913, the western part of Fosnes ( population: 1, 631 ) was separated to form the new municipality of Otterøy.
Then, after two years as Commandant of the Army Service School in Fort Leavenworth, he served three years as Commander of the Department of Luzon in the Philippines, then was briefly shifted to the same role in the Hawaiian Department ( 3 April 1913 to 22 January 1914 ).
Then in 1910, the state legislature expanded the court back to five justices, and lastly, in 1913 the court expanded to the current seven justices.
Then in 1913, the alliance split, and the Serbs, Greeks, and Romanians defeated Bulgaria in the Second Balkan War.
Then, from 1863 to 1913, known as the National Banks Era, state-chartered banks were still operating under a free banking system.
Then were added the Roque Saenz Peña ( 1911 ) and Ezequiel Ramos Mejía ( 1913 ) paddled train ferries at Posadas ( crossing the Paraná river in the southwest of the Misiones province, at the north of the country, in the frontier with Paraguay ).
Then, in 1913, Dr. Robert C. Anderson, president of the Mountain Retreat Association, proposed that the grounds and facilities of the Association be used for a school during the academic year.
Then, following his 1913 win at Shawnee over Vardon and Ray, he boasted excessively, was criticized by his fellow players and the crowd for this, and had to apologize ; it seems there were no lasting hard feelings.
Then the school, step by step, become a four-class ( 1911 – 1912 ), a fifth class ( 1912 – 1913 ) and
Then he served as State Treasurer of Michigan from 1909 to 1913 under Governors, Fred M. Warner and Chase Osborn.
Then, on 27 January 1912 it was presented at the French Opera House in New Orleans, on 15 November 1913 in Philadelphia, and on 18 May 1912 the London Opera House performed it as well.
Then and Marriage
Then followed his debut play The Hypochondriac ( 1852 ), somewhat similar to Gogol's Marriage, and his first stories from Sketches of Peasant life, a three part cycle which made his reputation as a chronicler of the life of the common people.
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Then, in 1875, the Bishopric of St Albans Act was passed and on 30 April 1877 the See of St Albans was created, which comprises about 300 churches in the counties of Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire.
Then the U. S. government gradually began supporting the French in their war effort, primarily through Mutual Defense Assistance Act, as a means of stabilizing the French Fourth Republic in which the French Communist Party was a significant political force.
Then in 1976, a skating rink and warming house was built using funds from the Comprehensive Employment Training Act, Theresa Rotary Club, and the Village and Town of Theresa.
Then pending prosecutions under the Act were abandoned, but the government has claimed that past convictions cannot be challenged.
Then in the Colonial Office, Stonehouse's rise continued, and in 1967 he became Minister for Technology and as Postmaster General under Wilson until the post was abolished by the Post Office Act 1969.
Then on October 12, 1903, Act No. 942 combined Pateros, Taguig and Muntinlupa into a single municipality under Pateros.
Then people can decide ", he said, adding that, as far as he knew, this was the first film that was considered political under the Films Act.
Then in 1972 Congress passed the Marine Mammal Protection Act that prevented harming or harassing seals, and grey seal populations rebounded.
Then, the Gas Act 1972 formed the British Gas Corporation as a single commercial entity, embracing all the twelve Area Gas Boards, allowing them to acquire, distribute and market gas and gas appliances to industrial commercial and domestic customers throughout the UK.
Then, visiting Australia, at a ceremony held in Government House, Canberra, on 2 March 1986 the Queen signed a proclamation that the Australia Act ( Cth ) would come into force at 5 am Greenwich Mean Time on the following day.
Then in the South African Schools Act of 1996 education became compulsory for all South Africans from the age of seven to age 15, or the completion of 9th grade.
Then, in 1920, the Jones Act required U. S .- flagged vessels to be built in the United States, owned by U. S. citizens, and documented under the laws of the United States.
Then the Naval Prize Act changed the system to one where the prize money was paid into a common fund from which a payment was made to all naval personnel whether or not they were involved in the action.
Then, after the March 1996 elections and the resignation from the Labor party by the disgraced Colston, Harradine's and Colston's votes were sufficient to pass Coalition legislation, notably the Native Title Amendment Act 1998 ( also known as the " Wik 10 Point Plan ") and the partial privatisation of Telstra.
Then the High Court of Admiralty Act 1859 liberalised rights of audience in the Admiralty Court, leaving only the jurisdiction of the Court of Arches.
Then, under the authority of a warrant under section 9 of the Official Secrets Act 1911, they conducted a raid of the BBC's premises in Glasgow which lasted for 28 hours.
Then he passed the Act No. 29470 which recognizes at least 20 % of young people in regional councilors lists ( sub-national level ).
Then the Local Government Act 1888 created the new status of county borough in England and Wales, with administrative functions similar to counties corporate.
Then by June 16, 1948, Molave was created into a municipality by virtue of Republic Act No. 286 authored by the late Cong.
She is a Professor at Columbia University where she runs the Graduate Directing Concentration and is the author of three books: A Director Prepares, The Viewpoints Book and And Then, You Act.
Bogart has written A Director Prepares, And Then, You Act and co-authored The Viewpoints Book with Tina Landau, in which she outlines her theories of and approaches to making theatre.