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Ward's and 1913
After Ward's death in 1913 and with the approach of World War I the German-born Boas came to be seen by some, including W. H.

Ward's and article
Andrew Stiller, in his article on Ward for the New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, describes Ward's musical style as deriving " largely from Hindemith, but also shows the considerable influence of Gershwin ".
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Ward's article " Neo-Darwinism and Neo-Lamarckism " shows Ward had a sophisticated understanding of this subject.
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Ward's and book
" According to Brian Pennington, Ward's book " became a centerpiece in the British construction of Hinduism and in the political and economic domination of the subcontinent.
In Commander Nigel Ward's book, Sea Harrier Over the Falklands, Prince Andrew was described as " an excellent pilot and a very promising officer ".
A good portion of this part of the novel closely resembles the experiences chronicled by Mary Jane Ward in her autobiographical novel The Snake Pit ; Plath later stated that she'd seen reviews of The Snake Pit and believed the public wanted to see " mental health stuff ," so she deliberately based details of Esther's hospitalization on the procedures and methods outlined in Ward's book.
Ward's most popular novel by far was the religious " novel with a purpose " Robert Elsmere, which portrayed the emotional conflict between the young pastor Elsmere and his wife, whose over-narrow orthodoxy brings her religious faith and their mutual love to a terrible impasse ; but it was the detailed discussion of the " higher criticism " of the day, and its influence on Christian belief, rather than its power as a piece of dramatic fiction, that gave the book its exceptional vogue.
In the book " Lester Ward and the Welfare State ", Commager details Ward's influence and refers to him as the " father of the modern welfare state ".
Ward's book on the decline of the Packard Motor Car Company.
In 1930 Ward's wood engravings were used to illustrate Alec Waugh's travel book Hot Countries ; in 1936 an edition of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein was published with illustrations by Ward.
In 1972 Harry N. Abrams published Storyteller Without Words, a book that included Ward's six novels plus an assortment of his illustrations from other books.
Alain Silver and Elizabeth Ward's listing of the movie in the book Film Noir: An Encyclopedic Reference to the American Style writes that the film is impressive because of its emphasis on style: " Jack Lambert as the blackmailed killer lies in bed smoking.
He is also one of the pioneers of the Standard Model of gauge particle interactions: His contributions were published in a series of papers co-authored with A. Salam An insightful and well documented discussion on Ward's contribution to the physics of the Standard Model is given in the recent book Cosmic Anger.

Ward's and Other
Other regular features in the Daily Star include Goss a daily gossip column edited by Jessica Brown see The Goss Girls, " Playlist ", a daily music news column edited by Kim Dawson, " Star TV ", a television news column edited by Peter Dyke and Katie Begley, Mike Ward's weekly TV review page and " Forum ", a daily page devoted to readers ' text messages, which are apparently printed verbatim.
Other notable Merge releases include Neutral Milk Hotel's In the Aeroplane Over the Sea, The Magnetic Fields's 69 Love Songs, Caribou's Polaris Prize-winning Andorra, M. Ward's Hold Time, Camera Obscura's Let's Get Out of This Country, and She & Him's Volume One.
Other benefits offered to Ward's men included better rations, billets, and of course, better chance of survival in combat.

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Ward's music combined with Bates ' poem were first published together in 1910 and titled, America the Beautiful.
Legend has it that, following Ward's stage performance, he, Mark Twain, and Dan De Quille were taking a drunken rooftop tour of Virginia City until a town constable threatened to blast all three of them with a shotgun loaded with rock salt.
After initially being buried at Kensal Green Cemetery, Ward's remains were removed to the United States on May 20, 1868.
Daley often told Metcalfe to dump Washington as a candidate, but Metcalfe did not want to risk losing the 3rd Ward's Young Democrats, who were more aligned to Washington than to the Machine.
Following trapper Barney Ward's lead, irrigation ditches were dug and reservoir sites identified soon after settlement.
The U. S. publisher Ward's, estimate that as of 2010 there were 1. 015 billion motor vehicles in use in the world.
The payments were paid through a Florida company owned by Ward's wife.
Thanks to Ward's genial partner Bill Scott ( who contributed to the scripts and voiced Bullwinkle and other characters ) and a corps of top comedy writers, puns were used often and shamelessly: in a " Fractured Fairy Tales " featuring Little Jack Horner, upon pulling out the plum, Jack announced, " Lord, what foods these morsels be!
The game was further popularized when at a traveling carnival near Atlanta in December 1929, toy merchandiser Edwin Lowe noticed how engaged the players were of a Beano game using Ward's rules and dried beans, a rubber stamp, and cardboard sheets.
Cheltenham's results after Downing took charge were mixed, which left many fans disgruntled with Downing's tactics, which appeared as one-dimensional as Ward's were.
These songs were later included on low-budget compilations featuring Anita Ward's first album Songs Of Love.
But by the mid 1990s, sales margins were eroded in the competitive electronics and appliance hardlines, which traditionally were Ward's strongest lines.
The termination of the Pension Plan included 30, 000 Ward retirees and 22, 000 active employees who were employed by Ward's in 1999.
Caleb Carr explains that “ Ward's remains were dug up, and his grave site and shrine were destroyed and paved over.
Ward's former executive editor duties were assumed by managing editor Wendie Feinberg, who was also promoted to VP / Managing Editor.
Ward was basically just replaced by Durkheim in the history books, which was easily accomplished because Durkheim's views were similar to Ward's but without the relentless criticism of lassiez-faire and without Ward's calls for a strong central government and " social engineering ".
It would be interesting to know Ward's candid views on the controversial political subjects and the people of the time ( and that he was interested in these topics can be seen in the rather odd introduction to the second edition of " Dynamic Sociology " were he talks at length about the situation in per-revolutionary Russia and jokes about Dynamic Sociology being mistranslated into Russian as " Dynamite Socialism ").
In 1843, Ward met the 11 year old Henrietta Ward ( her maiden and married names were the same, but she was no relation ); they married secretly in May 1848, after an elopement aided by Ward's friend Wilkie Collins.
While many in Tunisia were angered by Ward's desertion of the Muslim sailors aboard the Reniera e Soderina, Uthman Dey offered Ward a safe haven.
Curtin did little to quell Ward's attacks, and Ward continued to claim that Menzies and Fadden were responsible for the " defeatist " and " treacherous " plan.

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