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Wald produced and wrote many films between the 1930s and 1960s including Stars Over Broadway ( 1935 ), The Roaring Twenties ( 1939 ), On Your Toes ( 1939, in collaboration with playwright Lawrence Riley ), They Drive by Night ( 1940 ), Navy Blues ( 1941 ), Across the Pacific ( 1942 ), The Man Who Came to Dinner ( 1942 ), Destination Tokyo ( 1943 ), Mildred Pierce ( 1945 ), Johnny Belinda ( 1948 ), Key Largo ( 1948 ), Always Leave Them Laughing ( 1949 ), The Glass Menagerie ( 1950 ), Perfect Strangers ( 1950 ), Two Tickets to Broadway ( 1951 ), The Blue Veil ( 1951 ), Peyton Place ( 1957 ), An Affair to Remember ( 1957 ), In Love and War ( 1958 ), The Sound and the Fury ( 1959 ), Sons and Lovers ( 1960 ), Return to Peyton Place ( 1961 ) and Wild in the Country ( 1961 ).
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Putlitz made his debut as a writer with a volume of romantic fairy stories in verse, Was sich der Wald erzählt ( Tales told among the woods ; 1850 ), which attained great popularity ( fifty editions ) and found many imitators.
Wald spoke out on many political and social issues and his fame as a Nobel laureate brought national and international attention to his views.
Wald established a nursing insurance partnership with Metropolitan Life Insurance Company that became a model for many other corporate projects, suggested a national health insurance plan, and helped found Columbia University ’ s School of Nursing.
Wald ( 1936 ), Arrow and Debreu ( 1954 ), and McKenzie ( 1959 ) among many others established fundamental results on the existence of competitive equilibrium.
The 1970s saw the movement of many prominent liberal intellectuals to the right, many of them from New York City Jewish roots and well-established academic reputations ( Wald 1987 ) They had become disillusioned with liberalism, especially the foreign policy of détente with the Soviet Union.
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The district includes parts of the Palatinate forest ( Pfälzer Wald ) in the east and the North Palatine Hills ( Nordpfälzer Bergland ) in the west, as well as the lowlands between them.
The age distribution,, in Wald is ; 94 people or 10. 7 % of the population are between 0 – 6 years old.
In Wald about 77. 5 % of the population ( between age 25-64 ) have completed either non-mandatory upper secondary education or additional higher education ( either university or a Fachhochschule ).
In Wald about 84. 6 % of the population ( between age 25-64 ) have completed either non-mandatory upper secondary education or additional higher education ( either university or a Fachhochschule ).
Oerlinghausen is a city in the Lippe district of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany located between Bielefeld and Detmold in the Teutoburger Wald.
Whenever a relationship within or between data items can be expressed as a statistical model with parameters to be estimated from a sample, the Wald test can be used to test the true value of the parameter based on the sample estimate.
Say is the average increase in shoe size for upper-class people compared to middle-class people: then the Wald test can be used to test whether is 0 ( in which case social class has no association with shoe size ) or non-zero ( shoe size varies between social classes ).
Under the Wald statistical test, the maximum likelihood estimate of the parameter ( s ) of interest is compared with the proposed value, with the assumption that the difference between the two will be approximately normally distributed.
For example, asking whether R = 1 is the same as asking whether log R = 0 ; but the Wald statistic for R = 1 is not the same as the Wald statistic for log R = 0 ( because there is in general no neat relationship between the standard errors of R and log R ).
* The Wald – Wolfowitz runs test tests for the number of bit transitions between 0 bits, and 1 bits, comparing the observed frequencies with expected frequency of a random bit sequence.
Its biggest lake is the " Straussee ", located between the town and the biggest forest, the " Strausberger Wald ".
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The use of a sequence of experiments, where the design of each may depend on the results of previous experiments, including the possible decision to stop experimenting, is within the scope of Sequential analysis, a field that was pioneered by Abraham Wald in the context of sequential tests of statistical hypotheses.
To achieve this, both divisions would be dropped near the village of Hamminkeln, and were tasked with a number of objectives: they were to seize the Diersfordter Wald, a forest that overlooked the Rhine, including a road linking several towns together ; several bridges over a smaller waterway, the River Issel, were to be seized to facilitate the advance ; and the village of Hamminkeln was to be captured.
A Wald test can be used in a great variety of different models including models for dichotomous variables and models for continuous variables.
In addition, although activists within the WTUL, including William E. Walling and Lillian D. Wald, were also among the founders of the NAACP that year and fought the employers ' plan to use African-American strikebreakers to defeat the strike, others in the black community actively encouraged black workers to cross the picket lines.
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* Penrose, Roger: " The Question of Cosmic Censorship ", Chapter 5 in Black Holes and Relativistic Stars, Robert Wald ( editor ), ( 1994 ) ( ISBN 0-226-87034-0 )
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Wald characterized admissible procedures as Bayesian procedures ( and limits of Bayesian procedures ), making the Bayesian formalism a central technique in such areas of frequentist inference as parameter estimation, hypothesis testing, and computing confidence intervals .< ref >*
George Wald won the 1967 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his work with retina pigments ( also called visual pigments ), which led to the understanding of the role of vitamin A in vision.
The Thuringian Forest ( Thüringer Wald in German ), running northwest to southeast, forms a continuous stretch of ancient rounded mountains posing ample difficulties in transit routing save through a few navigable passes in the southern reaches of the German state of Thuringia.
The district is located on the eastern rim of the Palatinate forest ( Pfälzer Wald ), called the Haardt.
A part of the Bavarian Forest belongs to the Bavarian Forest National Park ( Nationalpark Bayerischer Wald ) ( 240 km² ), established in 1970 as the first national park in Germany.
Another 3, 008 km² belong to the Bavarian Forest Nature Park ( Naturpark Bayerischer Wald ), established 1967, and 1738 km² to the Eastern Bavarian Forest Nature Park ( Naturpark Oberer Bayerischer Wald ), established 1965.
In 2006, Deutsche Presse-Agentur reported a claim by former referee Karl Wald ( b. 1916 ), from Frankfurt am Main, that he had first proposed the shoot-out in 1970 to the Bavarian FA.
Experiments by George Wald and others showed that rods are most sensitive to wavelengths of light around 498 nm ( green-blue ), and insensitive to wavelengths longer than about 640 nm ( red ).
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On March 24 the division, in conjunction with the American United States 17th Airborne Division, would be dropped by parachute and glider near the city of Wesel, where it would capture the strategically important village of Hamminkeln, several important bridges over the River IJssel and the southern portion of a major forest, the Diersfordter Wald.
In 1969, using Wermsdorfer Wald by Louis-Ferdinand von Rayski as a model, he paints his first picture to feature an inverted motif, " The Wood On Its Head "/ " Der Wald auf dem Kopf.
On 1 January 2004 Zimmerwald united with the municipality of Englisberg to form the new municipality of Wald.
The movie was directed by Raoul Walsh, and written by Jerry Wald, Richard Macaulay and Robert Rossen based on the story " The World Moves On " by Mark Hellinger.