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In the cow camps, Tom Horn was regarded as a hero, as the same kind of champion he was when he entered and invariably won the local rodeos.
In 1961 the first important legislative victory of the Kennedy Administration came when the principle of national responsibility for local economic distress won out over a `` state's-responsibility '' proposal -- provision was made for payment for unemployment relief by nation-wide taxation rather than by a levy only on those states afflicted with manpower surplus.
To consolidate what her Navy had won, the Czarina was fortunate that, for the first time in Russian history, her land forces enjoyed absolute unity of command under her favorite Giaour.
A Junior who won two or more wins in the Open Class was eligible.
`` We were brought up that way '' was one statement which won general assent.
The September-October term jury had been charged by Fulton Superior Court Judge Durwood Pye to investigate reports of possible `` irregularities '' in the hard-fought primary which was won by Mayor-nominate Ivan Allen Jr..
Toying with her field in the early stages, Garden Fresh was asked for top speed only in the stretch by Jockey Philip Grimm and won by a length and a half in 1.24 3-5 for the 7 furlongs.
His statistical record that year, when Texas won only one game and lost nine, was far from impressive: he carried the ball three times for a net gain of 10 yards, punted once for 39 yards and caught one pass for 13 yards.
Turk Lown was tagged with the loss, his second against no victories, while Ray Moore won his second game against a single loss.
On that final Sunday at Pensacola neither Palmer nor Player was leading the tournament and, as it turned out, neither won it.
To Decathlon Man Rafer Johnson ( Time cover, Aug. 29 ), whose gold medal in last summer's Olympic Games was won as much on gumption as talent, went the A.A.U.'s James E. Sullivan Memorial Trophy as the outstanding U.S. amateur athlete of 1960.
She was almost sick when Bobbie came home with the news that Poor John had won the job.
Instantaneously he would have won an immeasurable moral victory, for if she picked up, say, a pair of her panties, she might just as well lift his shorts lying alongside -- the expenditure of energy was almost the same.
Although Lincoln won only a plurality of the popular vote, his victory in the electoral college was decisive: Lincoln had 180 and his opponents added together had only 123.
In July 2009, it was revealed that Universal Studios had won the rights to adapt the game into a film.
The Republican Party was determined to prevent any spread of slavery, and many Southern leaders had threatened secession if the Republican candidate, Lincoln, won the 1860 election.
In some places, Camus makes the allegory explicit, as when he refers to the plague in terms that describe an enemy in war: " the epidemic was in retreat all along the line ; victory was won and the enemy was abandoning his positions.
It was won by Georges Bouton of the De Dion-Bouton Company, in a car he had constructed with Albert, the Comte de Dion, but as he was the only competitor to show up it is rather difficult to call it a race.
Australia won the 1977 Centenary Test which was not an Ashes contest, but then a storm broke as Kerry Packer announced his intention to form World Series Cricket.
It was the first time since 1894 – 95 that a team following on had won a Test match.
Australia went 2 – 0 up after three Tests, but England won the Fourth Test by 3 runs ( after a 70-run last wicket stand ) to set up the final decider, which was drawn.

was and 1925
Little enough joy was afforded Wright in the spring of 1925, when another destructive fire broke out at Taliesin.
Service running through Barnumville and to Bennington County towns east of the mountains was in the hands of the `` Gleason Telephone Company '' in 1925, but major supervision of telephone lines in Manchester was with the New England Telephone and Telegraph Company, which eventually gained all control.
He was the fourth child of Ondrej Varchola ( Americanized as Andrew Warhola, Sr., 1889 – 1942 ) and Júlia ( née Zavacká, 1892 – 1972 ), whose first child was born in their homeland and died before their move to the U. S. Andy had two older brothers, Paul, born about 1923, and John, born about 1925.
The circle symbol for aromaticity was introduced by Sir Robert Robinson and his student James Armit in 1925 and popularized starting in 1959 by the Morrison & Boyd textbook on organic chemistry.
During the Invasion of the Kuril Islands, Akira Nakamura ( b. 1897 ) was captured by the Soviet army and his elder son Takeshi Nakamura ( 1925 – 1945 ) was killed in the battle.
The opera, which Berg completed in 1922, was first performed on December 14, 1925, when Erich Kleiber directed the first performance in Berlin.
Abacá was first cultivated on a large scale in Sumatra in 1925 under the Dutch, who had observed its cultivation in the Philippines for cordage since the ninteenth century, followed up by plantings in Central America in 1929 sponsored by the U. S. Department of Agriculture.
During 1823 – 1931 the grown settlement was known as Ust-Abakanskoye, 1914 – 1925: Abakan, 1925 – 1931: Khakassk.
As early as 1966, resolutions were introduced to the United Nations charging that the U. S. was violating the 1925 Geneva Protocol, which regulated the use of chemical and biological weapons.
In 1925, Torrio was severely injured in an attack by the North Side Gang ; he turned over his business to Capone and returned to Italy.
The school existed in three German cities ( Weimar from 1919 to 1925, Dessau from 1925 to 1932 and Berlin from 1932 to 1933 ), under three different architect-directors: Walter Gropius from 1919 to 1928, Hannes Meyer from 1928 to 1930 and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe from 1930 until 1933, when the school was closed by its own leadership under pressure from the Nazi regime.
In January 1926 having been promoted to major in 1925, he was appointed Deputy Assistant Adjutant General at the Staff College, Camberley in the temporary rank of lieutenant-colonel, a position he held until January 1929 by which time he had been made a ( brevet lieutenant-colonel ).
Use of such bioweapons was banned in international law by the Geneva Protocol of 1925.
William John Clifton " Bill " Haley (; July 6, 1925 – February 9, 1981 ) was one of the first American rock and roll musicians.
Unlike many artists who were " discovered " and recorded in their normal venues, in December 1925 or January 1926, he was taken to Chicago, Illinois, to record his first tracks.
The original barracks house the regimental museum and it was founded in 1925.
The last scene was not shot until May 1925, after 15 months.
When their son, Charles Spencer Chaplin, Jr, was born on 5 May 1925, Chaplin sent Grey and the child into hiding: it was seen as too close to their wedding, so a fake birth announcement was made to the press at the end of June.

was and by
Her face was very thin, and burned by the sun until much of the skin was dead and peeling, the new skin under it red and angry.
Gavin's stallion was in the barn and he tightened the cinches over the saddle blanket, working by touch in the darkness, comforting the animal with easy words.
It was pierced by a wagon gate built of two wings.
In the brief moment I had to talk to them before I took my post on the ring of defenses, I indicated I was sickened by the methods men employed to live and trade on the river.
His face was split by a vermilion streak, his eyes were pools of white ; ;
It was pitiful to see the thin ranks of warriors, old and young, wheeling and twisting their ponies frantically from side to side only to be tumbled bleeding from their saddles by the relentless slam, slam of the cruelly efficient Hawkinses.
He grabbed her by the shoulders and went down on one knee, taking her weight so that some of the wind was driven out of him.
There was an artificial lake just out of sight in the first stand of trees, fed by a half dozen springs that popped out of the ground above the hillside orchard.
only the counter at one end was lighted by a long fluorescent tube suspended directly above it.
He had looked over my forms and was impressed by what he had seen there ; ;
The office was of logs, four rooms, each heated by an iron stove.
The building was dwarfed by the scene outside.
It was partially cemented by ages and pressure, yet it crumpled before the onslaught of the powerful streams, the force of a thousand fire hoses, and with the gold it held washed down through the long sluices.
Even Hague was repelled by the machinelike deadliness that was Kodyke.
When they reached their neighbor's house, Pamela said a few polite words to Grace and kissed Melissa lightly on the forehead, the impulse prompted by a stray thought -- of the type to which she was frequently subject these days -- that they might never see one another again.
She was sure she would reach the pool by climbing, and she clung to that belief despite the increasing number of obstacles.
It was secured by an oversized padlock.
The rustling problem was by no means solved.
Jess's coarse features twisted in a surprised grin which was smashed out of shape by Curt's fist.
Russ ran through the bills and named an amount it was highly unlikely any cowpuncher would come by honestly.
The truth was, the puncher was both bewildered and dismayed by his own mixed luck.
When it was followed by a second, whining even closer, Cobb swerved sharply aside into a depression.

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