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Sparrow-size Virginia Gibson, with sparkling blue eyes and a cheerful smile, made a suitably perky Amy, while Melisande Congdon, as the real aunt, was positively monumental in the very best Gibson Girl manner.
As a first step, Algerian literature was marked by works whose main concern was the assertion of the Algerian national entity, there is the publication of novels as the Algerian trilogy of Mohammed Dib, or even Nedjma of Kateb Yacine novel which is often regarded as a monumental and major work.
La Folia was the most monumental set of orchestral variations before Brahms ' Variations on a Theme by Haydn.
In 1958 Giacometti was asked to create a monumental sculpture for the Chase Manhattan Bank building in New York, which was beginning construction.
There was at the top of the Arc from 1882 to 1886, a monumental sculpture by Alexandre Falguière, " Le triomphe de la Révolution " ( the Triumph of the Revolution ), a chariot drawn by horses preparing " to crush Anarchy and Despotism ", that remained only four years up there before falling in ruins.
Thereafter, he began a massive program of monumental construction, paradigmatic for which was the state temple called the Bayon.
The Doric order later spread across Greece and into Sicily where it was the chief order for monumental architecture for 800 years.
Although the Encyclopédie was Diderot's monumental piece, he was the author of many other works that sowed nearly every field of intellectual interest with new and creative ideas.
* St. Nicholas Cathedral-a monumental 13th century Gothic church ( cathedral only from 1992, before it was a parochial church ), damaged by fire in the late 18th century, then destroyed in World War II and reconstructed
Ximenes was involved in all the major official monumental projects in Italy from the 1880s on and devoted his energies as from 1911 primarily to commissions for important public works in São Paulo, Kiev, New York and Buenos Aires.
Until recently, the Preclassic was regarded as a formative period, consisting of small villages of farmers who lived in huts and few permanent buildings, but this notion has been challenged by recent discoveries of monumental architecture from that period, such as an altar in La Blanca, San Marcos, from 1000 BC ; ceremonial sites at Miraflores and El Naranjo from 801 BC ; the earliest monumental masks ; and the Mirador Basin cities of Nakbé, Xulnal, El Tintal, Wakná and El Mirador.
In 1885, the same year that he published his monumental work, Memory: A Contribution to Experimental Psychology, he was made a professor at the University of Berlin, most likely in recognition of this publication.
After his death, he was known to be responsible for the use of columns and monumental stone in Egyptian architecture and considered to have fully advanced ancient Egyptian medicine.
Grimm's monumental dictionary of the German Language, the Deutsches Wörterbuch, was started in 1838 and first published in 1854.
" It is unnecessary to imagine more than that it was monumental, and a monument of more than one king of Egypt.
The latter was a ring-fort some 500 meters in circumference, containing the duke's residence, a stone palace, the country's first monumental architecture.
Among his other accomplishments, Abel wrote a monumental work on elliptic functions which, however, was not discovered until after his death.
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In any event, the critical productivity of that time is abundant proof that if he was taking laudanum, it was never in command of him to the extent that it had been during his vagrant years.
His fellow Virginian, George Washington, had stated, `` I believe no event was ever received with more heartfelt joy ''.
But all the reports of this first embassy show that the two Savoyards were the heads of it, for they were the only ones who were empowered to swear for the king that he would abide by the pope's decision and who were allowed to appoint deputies in the event that one was unavoidably absent.
In any event Rector sent him to the local hospital to have it checked, telling him to keep his ears open while he was in the village to see if he could find out what Kayabashi was planning.
In any event, the extraordinary result of this injury was that he became `` psychically blind '', while at the same time, apparently, the sense of touch remained essentially intact.
One day Maeterlinck, coming with a friend upon an event which he recognized as the exact pattern of a previous dream, detailed the ensuing occurrences in advance so accurately that his companion was completely mystified.
But in either event he was the wrong man for the kind of case outlined by Ben Gurion and set forth in the indictment.
The event was so successful that the Interior Secretary plans to serve as impresario for similar ones from time to time, hoping thereby to add to the cultural enrichment of the Administration.
Followin' such an event there was usually a harvest of `` fallen hides '', and the ranchers needed skinnin' knives instead of brandin' irons.
They knew that I was still grieving over the tragic event, and they felt that if I could see the recovery and the spirit of the people, who hold no grudge, but who also regret Pearl Harbor, I would be happier and would understand better a new Japan.
A vague feeling that Anthony Payne had had it coming was hardly a thought and was, in any event, reprehensible.
to Joan Sheldon the conditional bequest of ten thousand to be paid to her in the event that she was still in Mrs. Meeker's employ at the time of the latter's death.
The Portland school board was asked Monday to take a positive stand towards developing and coordinating with Portland's civil defense more plans for the city's schools in event of attack.
The board's last money raising event was a performance by Harry Belafonte -- `` quite off-beat for this group '', decided some of the members.
Of course, the crowning event that has dramatically upset the traditional pattern of English religious history was the friendly visit paid by Dr. Fisher, then Anglican Archbishop of Canterbury, to the Vatican last December.
When Darnley died in 1927 his widow presented the urn to the Marylebone Cricket Club and that was the key event in establishing the urn as the physical embodiment of the legendary ashes.
He reflected that the event was a prophecy that he would be " tilting at the sun and always catching the fall.
His denunciation of the royal dynasty of Israel, and his emphatic insistence on the worship of Yahweh and Yahweh alone, illustrated by the contest between Yahweh and Baal on Mount Carmel, as told in 1 Kings 18, form the keynote to a period which culminated in the accession of Jehu, an event in which Elijah's chosen disciple Elisha was the leading figure.
The conduct of David after the event was such as to show that he had no complicity in the act, though he could not venture to punish its perpetrators ( 2 Samuel 3: 31-39 ; cf.