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Verner, whose interest in languages was stimulated by reading about the work of Rasmus Christian Rask, began his university studies in 1864.
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Of these there are surely few that would be more rewarding discoveries than Verner Von Heidenstam, the Swedish poet and novelist who received the award in 1916 and whose centennial was celebrated two years ago.
" However, he is the most ephemeral ruler of this dynasty and some Egyptologists such as Miroslav Verner have strongly argued that Shepseskare's reign lasted only a few months at the most based upon the evidence of an unfinished fifth dynasty royal pyramid at Abusir, whose base was barely completed before it was abandoned as well as the very small number of objects identifying this king.
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The Court required that states have a " compelling interest " in refusing to accommodate religiously motivated conduct as it decided Sherbert v. Verner ( 1963 ).
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Verner posited that the labor was organized into a hierarchy, consisting of two gangs of 100, 000 men, divided into five zaa or phyle of 20, 000 men each, which may have been further divided according to the skills of the workers.
Karl Verner was the first scholar to note the factor governing the distribution of the two outcomes.
Karl ( Adolph ) Verner (; 7 March 1846 in Århus – 5 November 1896 in Copenhagen ) was a Danish linguist.
This was won in 1925 by Morley Horder and Verner Rees who located the main entrance in Keppel Street.
Oscar Verner Peterson ( August 27, 1899 – May 13, 1942 ) was a Chief Petty Officer in the United States Navy who received the Medal of Honor posthumously in World War II for his actions during the Battle of the Coral Sea.
She was styled The Lady Helen Windsor until her marriage, on 18 July 1992, to Timothy Verner Taylor ( b. 8 August 1963 ), an art dealer and the eldest son of Commander Michael Verner Taylor, RN and Susan G. Percy.
This law reinstated the Sherbert Test, which was set forth by Sherbert v. Verner, and Wisconsin v. Yoder, mandating that strict scrutiny be used when determining if the Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, guaranteeing religious freedom, has been violated.
Leaving government service, he practiced law with the Washington firm of Arnold and Porter between 1969 and 1975 ; was a television news commentator in Washington DC, 1972 – 1976 ; was a professor of law at Howard University, 1973 – 1974 ; ran unsuccessfully as a candidate for mayor of the District of Columbia, 1974 ; and became a partner in the law firm of Verner, Liipfert, Bernhard, McPherson, and Alexander, 1975.
He was later awarded the Elizabeth O ’ Neill Verner Governor ’ s Award for “ Lifetime Achievement in the Arts “ in May 2001.
One example was Sherbert v. Verner, where the Court overturned the state Employment Security Commission's decision to deny unemployment benefits to a practicing member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church who was forced out of a job after her employer adopted a 6 day work week, which would have required her to work on Saturdays against the dictates of her religion.
The American businessman and missionary Samuel Phillips Verner was sent to Africa in 1904 under contract from the Louisiana Purchase Exposition ( St. Louis World Fair ) to bring back an assortment of pygmies to be part of an exhibition.
Verner was unable to persuade any villagers to join him until Benga spoke of how the muzungu had saved his life, the bond that had grown between them, and his own curiosity about the world Verner came from.
Verner eventually arranged for Benga to stay in a spare room at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City while he was tending to other business.
Meanwhile, Verner was struggling financially and had made little progress in his negotiations with the museum.
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Key contributions were made by the Danish scholars Rasmus Rask and Karl Verner and the German scholar Jacob Grimm.
Verner's law, stated by Karl Verner in 1875, describes a historical sound change in the Proto-Germanic language whereby voiceless fricatives * f, * þ, * s, * h, * hʷ, when immediately following an unstressed syllable in the same word, underwent voicing and became respectively the fricatives * b, * d, * z, * g, * gʷ.
The Badly Drawn Boy band throughout this successful period consisted of musicians Matt Wardle ( Keyboards / Vocals ), Robin File ( Guitar ), Sean Mcann ( Bass ) latterly replaced by ex Smiths bassist Andy Rourke, Dave Verner ( Drums ).
* More than 120 items designed by Verner Panton on architonic. com: with images, informations and auction results
The Hall of Fame Museum Building is designed by the museum architecture specialist firm of E. Verner Johnson and Associates of Boston, Massachusetts.
Benga had been freed from slave traders in the Congo by the missionary Samuel Phillips Verner, who had taken him to Missouri.
The display is still labeled " Pygmy ", rather than indicating Benga's name, despite objections beginning a century ago from Verner and repeated by others.
* 2002, Ota Benga was the subject of the short documentary Ota Benga: A Pygmy in America directed by the Brazilian Alfeu França, who incorporated original movies recorded by Verner in the early 20th century.
The 428 seat Matthew and Marcia Simons IMAX ® Theatre opened in 2001 in a separate building designed by E. Verner Johnson and Associates.
The inflectional type is usually accepted to reach back into Proto-Indo-European times, with an exact correspondence of Sanskrit and Old Norse ylgr, both meaning " she-wolf ", first described by Karl Verner in 1877 ( see Verner's law ).
It has been stated by Prentice during a confrontation with the public demanding details on the bill that " When Canadian Heritage Minister Josée Verner and I have reached a consensus and we're satisfied, we will introduce a bill.
After losing her seat in the House of Commons in the 2011 election, Verner was appointed by Prime Minister Stephen Harper to the Canadian Senate on May 18, 2011.
Designed by E. Verner Johnson and Associates, the new building included an Omnimax, now called IMAX Dome theater, as well as a pedestrian bridge over 64 / 40.
However, the lead government scientist, Dr. Susan Verner, is killed by the children after being forced to show them the preserved stillborn corpse who was intended to be David's partner.