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Undertaken by 32 American scholars, under the chairmanship of Rev. Dr. Luther A. Weigle, former dean of Yale University Divinity School, their studies resulted in the publishing of the Revised Standard Version, 1946-52.
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Undertaken by Israel Aerospace Industries ( IAI ) and Boeing, it is overseen by the Israeli Ministry of Defense's " Homa " (,, " rampart ") administration and the U. S. Missile Defense Agency.
The Tin Woodman of Oz: A Faithful Story of the Astonishing Adventure Undertaken by the Tin Woodman, Assisted by Woot the Wanderer, the Scarecrow of Oz, and Polychrome, the Rainbow's Daughter is the twelfth Land of Oz book written by L. Frank Baum and was originally published on May 13, 1918.
Undertaken by Sir Ernest Shackleton and five companions, its objective was to obtain rescue for the main body of the Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition of 1914 – 17, trapped on Elephant Island after the loss of its ship Endurance.
Undertaken by the Marine Ecology Research Centre ( www. merc-gayana. com ) based in Gaya Island just west of Sabah ’ s capital, Kota Kinabalu, the programme successfully nurtured all seven species of the giant clams found in Malaysian waters to sufficient maturity for them to be placed in an ocean nursery for the first time during an Awareness Month happening from the 22nd of March till the 22 of April 2012 in Maloham Bay.
Undertaken by Proton City Development Corp Sdn Bhd, a joint venture between DRB-Hicom Bhd and Proton Bhd, itself a core member of Proton Holdings Bhd, it started in 1996 with an initial investment of RM2. 5 billion, beginning with the construction of the Proton plant.
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All 128 ASCII characters, including non-printable characters ( represented by their abbreviations ). The 95 ASCII graphic characters are numbered from 20 < sub > hexadecimal | hex </ sub > to 7E < sub > hexadecimal | hex </ sub > ( decimal 32 to 126 ).
In 2007, cash remittances through bank transfers rose by 37 percent to a record-high level of $ 1. 32 billion USD.
; Assault on an officer of Revenue and Customs: This offence is created by section 32 ( 1 ) of the Commissioners for Revenue and Customs Act 2005.
under secction 7 ( 1 )( a ), but that section has been superseded by section 66 ( 1 ) of the Police ( Northern Ireland ) Act 1998 ( c. 32 ) which now provides that it is an offence for a person to, amongst other things, assault a constable in the execution of his duty, or a person assisting a constable in the execution of his duty.
The building work for the stadium which has a capacity of 32. 960, began in May 2008 and was completed by the beginning of 2009.
* Text modes: 20 × 32, 40 × 25, 40 × 32, 80 × 25, 80 × 32 ( all text output produced by software in graphics modes )
Of the 32 KB RAM, 3½ KB was allocated to the OS at startup and at least 10 KB was taken up by the display buffer in contiguous display modes.
Webb, a specialist in throwing the sinkerball, received 15 of 32 first-place votes in balloting by the Baseball Writers Association of America.
For example, cold weather crops like rye, oats, wheat, and apples are expected to decline by about 15 % in the next fifty years and strawberries will drop as much as 32 % simply because of projected climate changes of a few degrees.
AZ were undefeated in all 32 of their home matches in European competitions, a sequence which ran from 1977 until 20 December 2007, when they finally lost to Everton of England by a score of 3 – 2.
This is done by adding eight extra 8-bit buses which allow the graphics controller to issue new AGP requests and commands at the same time with other AGP data flowing via the main 32 address / data ( AD ) lines.
It is situated at 32 ° 20 ' N, 130 ° E, separated from the rest of Kumamoto Prefecture by the Yatsushiro Sea.
Several Cyrillic alphabets with 28 to 44 letters were used in the beginning and the middle of the 19th century during the efforts on the codification of Modern Bulgarian until an alphabet with 32 letters, proposed by Marin Drinov, gained prominence in the 1870s.
Iglehart, the Orioles ' largest shareholder at 32 % and owner of a sizable amount of CBS stock, straightened out his conflict of interest issues on May 25, 1965 by selling his 64, 000 shares in the ball-club to the National Brewing Company, an original team investor which finally had controlling interest at 65 %.
Three different views of Brownian motion, with 32 steps, 256 steps, and 2048 steps denoted by progressively lighter colors
The anniversary was also celebrated with a 40-page issue ( instead of 32 pages ; the 60th birthday issue also had extra pages, 48 instead of 24 ) guest edited by Wallace and Gromit creator Nick Park, price £ 1. 50 ( not 99p ) and an issue of Classics from the Comics devoted to the Beano.
Antony meant to anticipate an attack by a descent upon Italy towards the end of 32, and went as far as Corcyra.
The United States claims that the bombing campaign took place no further than ten, and later twenty miles ( 32 km ) inside the Cambodian border, areas where the Cambodian population had been evicted by the NVA.
Frei Ruiz-Tagle was succeeded in 2000 by Socialist Ricardo Lagos, who won the presidency in an unprecedented runoff election against Joaquín Lavín of the rightist Alliance for Chile, by a very tight score of less than 200, 000 votes ( 51, 32 %).
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The present issue in Atlantica -- whether to transform an alliance of sovereign nations into a federal union of sovereign citizens -- resembles the American one of 1787-89 rather than the one that was resolved by Civil War.
I was having lunch not long ago ( apologies to N. V. Peale ) with three distinguished historians ( one specializing in the European Middle Ages, one in American history, and one in the Far East ), and I asked them if they could name instances where the general mores had been radically changed with `` deliberate speed, majestic instancy '' ( Francis Thompson's words for the Hound Of Heaven's Pursuit ) by judicial fiat.
They, perhaps, gave the pitch of their position in the preface where it was said that Eisenhower requested that the Commission be administered by the American Assembly of Columbia University, because it was non-partisan.
Mr. Nehru is subjected to stern lectures on neutralism by our Department of State, and an American President observes sourly that Sweden would be a little less neurotic if it were a little more capitalistic ''.
Somewhat daunted, the two American missionaries reached the police station where they were questioned by a most unfriendly clerk.
To the extent that our sampling of the orientations of American college students in the years 1950 and 1952 may be representative of our culture -- and still valid in 1959 -- we are disposed to question the summary characterization of the current generation as silent, beat, apathetic, or as a mass of other-directed conformists who are guided solely by social radar without benefit of inner gyroscopes.
In Europe, Premier Clemenceau, showing his animal proclivities as the `` Tiger of France '', asked Pershing by letter for the creation of special houses where the sexual desires of American men could be satisfied.
The wholesome activities were to be provided by many organizations including the YMCA, the Knights of Columbus, the Jewish Welfare Board, the American Library Association, and the Playground and Recreation Association -- private societies which voluntarily performed the job that was taken over almost entirely by the Special Services Division of the Army itself in World War 2.
The CTCA program of activities was profuse: William Farnum and Mary Pickford on the screen, Elsie Janis and Harry Lauder on the stage, books provided by the American Library Association, full equipment for games and sports -- except that no `` bones '' were furnished for the all-time favorite pastime played on any floor and known as `` African golf ''.
It differed from what an undergraduate receives today from any American college or university mainly in the certainty of what he was forced to learn compared with the loose and widely scattered information obtained today by most of our undergraduates.
Finally, there is the undeniable fact that some of the finest American fiction is being written by Jews, but it is not Jewish fiction ; ;
Through all this raving, Krim is performing a traditional and by now boring rite, the attack on intelligence, upon the largely successful attempt of the magazines he castigates to liberate American writing from local color and other varieties of romantic corn.
On his bookshelves were some of the latest American novels, including Bellow's Seize The Day, but he hadn't read them ( they were sent by American publishers ) and wasn't especially interested in what the American writers were up to.
It was not a part of any one of the three ( later four ) zones for occupation by Soviet, American, British, and French troops respectively.
Another evidence of the spreading rule of reason was provided from Mexico City with the daily hijacking of an American plane by a demented Algerian with a gun.
Less respect for the legal conventions was displayed by Castro's right hand man, Che Guevara, who edified the Inter-American Economic and Social council meeting in Montevideo by reading two secret American documents purloined from the United States embassy at Caracas, Venezuela.
Perhaps the moralities of world law are not advanced by stealing American diplomatic papers and planes, but the Kennedy administration can always file a demurrer to the effect that, but for its own incompetence in protecting American interests, these things would not happen.
Does it attempt to rewrite modern history by blaming American statesmen for wars, Communism, depression, and other troubles of the world??
That breach was healed 20 years later by merger of the American Federation of Labor and the Congress of Industrial Organizations.