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To attain the latter rank at the age of 34 was a notable accomplishment, but Cantor desired a chair at a more prestigious university, in particular at Berlin, at that time the leading German university.
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Data on the former are scanty, but there can be little doubt that the latter is sometimes born at a length greater than that of any of the others, thereby lending support to the belief that the anaconda does, indeed, attain the greatest length.
The goal for each player is killing the other players by any means possible which counts as a frag, either by direct assault or manipulating the map, the latter counts as a frag in some games, some not ; in either case — to attain the highest score — this process should be repeated as many times as possible, with each iteration performed as quickly as possible.
" The latter did not attain to the office of exilarch, but went to the land of Israel, where he became head of the Academy of Tiberias, under the title of " Resh Pirka " (' Aρχιφεκίτησ ), several generations of his descendants succeeding him in this office.
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For those priests over 80 who became cardinal-deacons and were not ordained to the episcopacy, this is the highest position they can normally attain in the Church hierarchy ( though all cardinals rank above bishops in rank and order of precedence, those cardinals who are not bishops do not have the right to perform the functions reserved solely to bishops, such as ordination ).
To attain a formal rank the karateka must demonstrate competent performance of specific required kata for that level.
During his career, White would log more than 3, 000 flight hours with the Air Force, including about 2, 200 hours in jets, and would ultimately attain the rank of lieutenant colonel.
One little known fact is that Ross is the only native of Iowa to attain general officer rank in the Confederate Army.
Phraphutthayotfa Chulalok was also the first Somdet Chao Phraya, the highest rank the nobility could attain, equaled to that of royalty.
He was the only ethnic Hmong to attain the rank of General officer in the Royal Lao Army, and he was loyal to the King of Laos while remaining a champion of the Hmong people.
The Laterani served as administrators for several emperors ; Sextius Lateranus was the first plebeian to attain the rank of consul.
This spurred competition between players striving to attain the highest rank, but also controversy over the fairness of the formula used in its calculation.
Finally, the new Archbishop of Salzburg, Johann Ernst, Count Thun, appointed Biber lord high steward, the highest social rank Biber would attain.
In 1981, he married Margaret Ann York, the first woman to attain the rank of Deputy Chief in the Los Angeles Police Department and that department's highest ranking woman officer at the time of her retirement in 2002.
In July 1932, Byng was once more promoted in the British military to the rank of field marshal the highest rank an officer can attain before he died suddenly of an abdominal blockage at Thorpe Hall on 6 June 1935.
But more than his martial expertise, it was Taksin's skill as a military strategist that allowed him to quickly attain the rank of general.
The college reports that 7, 000 international students representing 155 countries have attended CGSC since 1894 and that more than 50 percent of CGSC International Military Student ( IMS ) graduates attain the rank of general.
He was the first Australian to attain the rank of lieutenant general and later general, and the first to lead a corps.
This would have given him a very high position in the Silla bone rank system, which governed the political and military status that a person could attain.
On April 4, 1945, he was appointed general, with date of rank from March 21, 1945, the first Marine officer on active duty to attain four-star rank.
* Hachi-Dan ( as of May 30th, 1975 ) Harold M. Mitchum was the first of Shimabuku's four American students to attain the rank of Hachi-Dan.
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The Roman Catholic celebration is associated with the doctrine that the souls of the faithful who at death have not been cleansed from the temporal punishment due to venial sins and from attachment to mortal sins cannot immediately attain the beatific vision in heaven, and that they may be helped to do so by prayer and by the sacrifice of the Mass.
In 1889 Alexander's father, King Milan, unexpectedly abdicated and withdrew to private life, proclaiming Alexander king of Serbia under a regency until he should attain his majority at eighteen years of age.
The blastoids, which included the Pentreinitidae and Codasteridae and superficially resembled crinoids in the possession of long stalks attached to the seabed, attain their maximum development at this time.
On June 8, 1119, Callistus held a synod at Toulouse to proclaim the disciplinary reforms he had worked to attain in the French Church.
However, a bullet fired at an angle not perfectly vertical will retain its spin on the way down and can attain much more lethal speeds.
Untreated children are normal at birth, but fail to attain early developmental milestones, develop microcephaly, and demonstrate progressive impairment of cerebral function.
It was traditionally believed that one who undertakes a pilgrimage to all four sites will attain moksha, the release from samsara ( cycle of rebirths ), at the time of death.
That it did not quite attain the unrivaled status of the Almagest was perhaps because it did not cover some popular areas of the subject, particularly electional astrology ( interpreting astrological charts for a particular moment to determine the outcome of a course of action to be initiated at that time ), and medical astrology, which were later adoptions.
They also have exclusive jurisdiction over disposal of two national funds, ( i ) the PM's National Relief Fund, and ( ii ) the PM's National Defence Fund, which they use at their discretion attain the objectives behind the establishment of these funds.
In fact, it is even unclear whether Hart himself held this view in its broad form, for he insisted both that to be a legal system rules must have a certain minimum content, which content overlaps with moral concerns, and that it must attain at least some degree of justice in the administration of laws.
Since the elevator would attain orbital velocity as it rode up the cable, an object released at the tower's top would also have the orbital velocity necessary to remain in geostationary orbit.
However, in order to attain high rotor efficiency, the flowrate number must be made small which means high rotor efficiency is achieved at the expense of using a large number of disks and hence a physically larger rotor.
( To make the numbers easy, the ship is assumed to attain its full speed immediately upon departure — actually it would take close to a year accelerating at 1 g to get up to speed.
If a ramjet could accelerate at 10 m / s < sup > 2 </ sup >, slightly more than one Earth gravity, it would attain 77 % of light velocity within a year.
A rocket moving out of a gravity well does not actually need to attain escape velocity to do so, but could achieve the same result at walking speed with a suitable mode of propulsion and sufficient fuel.
Powell was a pupil at King's Norton Boys ' School before moving to King Edward's School, Birmingham, where he studied classics ( which would later influence his ' Rivers of Blood ' speech ), and was one of the few pupils in the school's history to attain 100 % in an end-of-year English examination.