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Wallace was succeeded by James Miller in November 1997, followed in December 1999 by Ford executive Mark Fields, who has been credited with expanding Mazda's new product lineup and leading the turnaround during the early 2000s.
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Alfred Russel Wallace, OM, FRS ( 8 January 1823 – 7 November 1913 ) was a British naturalist, explorer, geographer, anthropologist and biologist.
Wallace was one of the leading evolutionary thinkers of the 19th century and made a number of other contributions to the development of evolutionary theory besides being co-discoverer of natural selection.
Wallace was a prolific author who wrote on both scientific and social issues ; his account of his adventures and observations during his explorations in Indonesia and Malaysia, The Malay Archipelago, was one of the most popular and influential journals of scientific exploration published during the 19th century.
The wife of Scoop Beal, the editor of the Humboldt Standard, which later combined with the Humboldt Times, in which Genzoli's story had appeared, has stated that her husband was in on the hoax with Wallace.
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.
* In 1927, a feature-length silent film Casey at the Bat was released, starring Wallace Beery, Ford Sterling, and ZaSu Pitts.
Writing in 1889, Alfred Russel Wallace remarks " It was formerly a very general belief, even amongst geologists, that the great features of the earth's surface, no less than the smaller ones, were subject to continual mutations, and that during the course of known geological time the continents and great oceans had again and again changed places with each other.
The building was designed by the famed architect Wallace Harrison, who would later design the similar-looking façade of Manhattan's Metropolitan Opera House at Lincoln Center.
In May 2000, he later had surgery to repair a leaking heart valve, and was forced to take a three month break from Parliament, with Deputy First Minister, Jim Wallace taking over as Acting First Minister.
His later author discoveries included Tanith Lee, Jennifer Roberson, Michael Shea, Ian Wallace, Tad Williams, Celia S. Friedman, and C. J. Cherryh, whose Downbelow Station ( 1982 ) was the first DAW book to win the Hugo Award for best novel.
Dolores Fuller's autobiography, A Fuller Life: Hollywood, Ed Wood and Me, co-authored by Winnipeg writer Stone Wallace and her husband Philip Chamberlin, was published in 2008.
It was based on a novel by Edgar Wallace, starring Donald Calthrop, Benita Home and Fred Raines, made by British Lion at their Beaconsfield Studios.
In a 1996 interview with Michael Silverblatt, David Foster Wallace admitted that the structure of the first draft of Infinite Jest he gave to his editor Michael Pietsch was inspired by fractals, specifically the Sierpinski triangle ( aka Sierpinski gasket ) but that the edited novel is " more like a lopsided Sierpinsky Gasket ".
The following year William Wallace and Andrew de Moray raised forces to resist the occupation and under their joint leadership an English army was defeated at the Battle of Stirling Bridge.
Bill Wallace was also a great user of this kick, as seen in his fight with Bill Briggs, where he KO'd his opponent with the clocked 60 mph kick.
In June 1996, Henry Wallace was appointed President, and he set about restructuring Mazda and setting it on a new strategic direction.
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Wallace was succeeded by Robert Bruce and John Comyn as joint guardians, with William de Lamberton, Bishop of St Andrews being appointed in 1299 as a third, neutral Guardian to try and maintain order between them.
However, DreamWorks succeeded in its partnership with the British stop motion animation studio Aardman Animations with Chicken Run in 2000, and later the Oscar-winning Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit in 2006.
He was succeeded as executive producer in 1965 by Robert " Shad " Northshield and in 1969 by Wallace Westfeldt.
Sawyer departed both programs for 60 Minutes in the fall of 1984 and was briefly succeeded on both shows by Jane Wallace.
In 1961, Rockefeller was named Arkansas Republican national committeeman, having succeeded Wallace Townsend, a lawyer in Little Rock who had held the position since 1928.
When Truman met Roosevelt's coffin in Washington, he asked Byrnes and former Vice President Wallace, the two other men who might well have succeeded Roosevelt, to join him at the train station.
* Rent Remixed ( 16 October 2007 – 2 February 2008 ), by Jonathan Larson, starring Denise Van Outen ( succeeded 24 December 2007 by Jessie Wallace )
Although standing on separate manifestos in the succeeding election of 2003 the joint working continued, with Labour's Rt Hon Jack McConnell MSP as First Minister, and the LibDems ' Jim Wallace QC MSP as Deputy First Minister ( and Minister for Enterprise and Lifelong Learning ) who was then succeeded by Nicol Stephen of the same party as Deputy First Minister.
She was the first wife of Alabama Governor George Corley Wallace, whom she succeeded as governor because he was constitutionally ineligible to seek a second consecutive term.
Wallace eventually succeeded in getting the term limit repealed, and he would serve three more terms, two of them consecutively.
Mrs. Wallace was succeeded by Lieutenant Governor Albert Brewer, a one-time ally of her husband who soon showed a strong interest to govern in his own right and to retain the office in the 1970 election.
When Henry A. Wallace resigned as Secretary of Agriculture in 1940 to run for Vice-President of the United States, Wickard succeeded to the post.
Neff was succeeded as governor by Miriam Wallace " Ma " Ferguson, who defeated a stronger-than-usual Republican nominee, George C. Butte, an American jurist who had opposed James E. Ferguson's line item veto of the 1917 University of Texas appropriations bill.
Wallace continued to serve as Secretary of Agriculture after Vice-President Calvin Coolidge succeeded to the Presidency on the death of President Harding in 1923.
Wallace was succeeded as Guardian of the Kingdom jointly by Robert Bruce and John Comyn, but they could not see past their personal differences and this brought another shift in the political situation.
Later, he succeeded Donald Mackenzie Wallace as director of foreign department of The Times in 1899.
Following Labour's defeat in the 2010 general election, Davidson was succeeded in the post by Liberal Democrat Jim Wallace, former Deputy First Minister of Scotland.
Medina succeeded Wallace B. Jefferson in Place 4 after Jefferson was appointed to be chief justice, following the retirement of Tom Phillips.
He was succeeded in his honours and lands by his only son, Charles Wallace Alexander Napier, second baron Lamington, who was appointed governor of Queensland in 1895.