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When James Bradley and Samuel Molyneux entered this sphere of astronomical research in 1725, there consequently prevailed much uncertainty whether stellar parallaxes had been observed or not ; and it was with the intention of definitely answering this question that these astronomers erected a large telescope at the house of the latter at Kew.
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When Kennedy's newly appointed NASA Administrator James E. Webb requested a 30 percent budget increase for his agency, Kennedy supported an acceleration of NASA's large booster program but deferred a decision on the broader issue.
* Martin, James P. When Repression Is Democratic and Constitutional: The Federalist Theory of Representation and the Sedition Act of 1798.
When Elizabeth I of England died in March 1603 and James VI of Scotland became King of England as James I, Charles was not considered strong enough to make the journey to London due to his fragile health.
When the first self-sustained nuclear chain reaction was achieved, one of the physicists, Arthur Compton, made a coded phone call to James Conant, chairman of the National Defense Research Committee.
When James Watson came to Cambridge, Crick was a 35-year-old graduate student ( due to his work during WWII ) and Watson was only 23, but he already had a Ph. D.
When James inherited the English throne in 1685, he had much support in the ' Loyal Parliament ', which was composed mostly of Tories.
When Henry Compton, the Bishop of London, did not ban John Sharp from preaching after he gave an anti-Catholic sermon, James ordered his removal.
When the Archbishop of Canterbury, William Sancroft, and six other bishops ( the Seven Bishops ) wrote to James asking him to reconsider his policies, they were arrested on charges of seditious libel, but at trial they were acquitted to the cheers of the London crowd.
When Scotland finally paid the ransom in 1424, James, aged 32, returned with his English bride determined to assert this authority.
When James V finally managed to escape from the custody of the regents with the aid of his redoubtable mother in 1528, he once again set about subduing the rebellious Highlands, Western and Northern isles, as his father had had to do.
When Charles died in 1685 and his brother, a Roman Catholic, succeeded him as James VII of Scotland ( and II of England ), matters came to a head.
When James Braid first described hypnotism, he did not use the term " suggestion " but referred instead to the act of focusing the conscious mind of the subject upon a single dominant idea.
When James Smithson died and left his estate to the U. S. government to build an institution of learning, congress wanted to appropriate the money for other purposes.
When his presidency ended on March 4, 1825, James Monroe resided at Monroe Hill, what is now included in the grounds of the University of Virginia.
When the parents took James to church to be baptized, the father Samuel refused to declare his belief in Christianity, and the minister refused to baptize the child.
When his longtime companion David Lewis died in 1987, his executor and Whale biographer James Curtis had his ashes interred in a niche across from Whale's.
When James Cook went on his first voyage he carried wort ( 0. 1 mg vitamin C per 100 g ), sauerkraut ( 10 – 15 mg per 100 g ) and a syrup, or " rob ", of oranges and lemons ( the juice contains 40 – 60 mg of vitamin C per 100 g ) as antiscorbutics, but only the results of the trials on wort were published.
When Audubon, at age 18, boarded ship for emigration to the United States in 1803, he changed his name to an anglicized form: John James Audubon.
When comparing authority, the name James Tiptree Jr. has more authority than Alice B. Sheldon due to the fact that male authors were more respected during Sheldon ’ s era.
" When " Air steps " or " aerials " such as the Hip to Hip, Side Flip, and Over the Back ( the names describe the motion of the woman in the air ) began to appear in 1936, the old guard of dancers such as Leon James, Leroy Jones, and Shorty Snowden disapproved of the new moves.
As Bakunin's associate, James Guillaume, put it in his essay, Ideas on Social Organization ( 1876 ), " When ... production comes to outstrip consumption ... veryone will draw what he needs from the abundant social reserve of commodities, without fear of depletion ; and the moral sentiment which will be more highly developed among free and equal workers will prevent, or greatly reduce, abuse and waste.
" When James Bruce visited the area in the later 18th century, he noted that the locals counted 45 inhabited islands, but stated he believed that " the number may be about eleven.
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Other views of God affirmed by members of the Conservative movement include Kabbalistic mysticism ; Hasidic panentheism ( neo-Hasidism, Jewish Renewal ); limited theism ( as in Harold Kushner's When Bad Things Happen to Good People ); and organic thinking in the fashion of Alfred North Whitehead and Charles Hartshorne, also known as process theology ( such as Rabbis Max Kaddushin, William E. Kaufman, or Bradley Shavit Artson ).
When he was informed of the massacres of Italian prisoners, Omar Bradley told Patton that U. S. troops had murdered some 50 – 70 prisoners in cold blood.
* American ( U. S. A .)— Bradley, Will: Moongold: A Pierrot Pantomime ( 1921 ); Browning, Tod: Puppets ( 1916 ); Cukor, George: Sylvia Scarlett ( 1935 ; features performing foursome called The Pink Pierrots ); Lund, Oscar A. C .: When Pierrot Met Pierrette ( 1913 ).
When Marmaduke Huby died he was succeeded by William Thirsk who was accused by the royal commissioners of immorality and inadequacy and dismissed from the abbacy and replaced by Marmaduke Bradley, a monk of the abbey who had reported Thirsk's supposed offences, testified against him and offered the authorities six hundred marks for the abbacy.
When the Newburgh Hummingbirds were kicked out of Delano-Hitch Stadium for non-payment of rent just two weeks into the 1946 season, the franchise shifted to a baseball diamond in Bradley Park, which hurriedly put up some makeshift stands.
When a flag project opened in 2009 in the Moberly cemetery, General Bradley and his first son-in-law and West Point graduate, the late Major Henry Shaw Bukema, were memorialized with flags in their honor from grateful citizens.
When North Korea invaded South Korea in June 1950, Bradley was faced with re-organizing and deploying an American military force that was a shadow of its World War II counterpart.
When Chinese Communists entered North Korea in late 1950 and again drove back American forces, Bradley agreed that rollback had to be dropped in favor of a containment strategy of North Korea.
When testing the Bradley, however, disagreements occurred between Burton and the Aberdeen Proving Ground's Ballistic Research Laboratory, which preferred smaller, more controlled, " building block " tests.
When he began to convulse, Bradley put his fingers down Peterson ’ s throat to keep him from swallowing his tongue.
When sufficient American forces had landed, their own 12th Army Group was activated, under General Omar Bradley and the 21st Army Group was left with the British 2nd Army and the First Canadian Army under its control.
When the German advance cut the 1st Army off from the 12 Army Group and Bradley, he was placed under the command of 21st Army Group led by General Montogmery.
When he was informed of the massacres, General Omar Bradley told General George S. Patton that U. S. troops had murdered some 50-70 prisoners in cold blood.
When Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley announced his retirement, Riordan's interest turned to the 1993 mayoral election.
When Zar the Lion was captured by the vicious Rajah Sarput and a big game hunter named Bradley, Ka ' Zar stowed away on a ship when Zar was shipped to the United States.
When he did not show up for rehearsal for the sixth and final episode of Bloomers the next morning, a member of the production team called his house, and the phone was answered by family friend Rosana Bradley, who had been staying at the house to help take care of Kate, but who had not been there the previous night.
When Habersham created the office of first assistant postmaster-general in 1799, Abraham Bradley, Jr. was appointed to the office.
When the Liberals came to power under David Peterson following the 1985 election, Bradley became Minister of the Environment and held that position until the Liberals were defeated in the 1990 election.
When Bradley showed up to Google's offices, he demoed the software for them, and when they asked what he wanted, he had stated that he would consult for free if they wanted to purchase the rights to his technology.
When Deters was elected, he resigned as treasurer and Governor Bob Taft then appointed Lieutenant Governor Jennette B. Bradley to Deters's post.
Also, Rue Morgue Press published new editions of Death at the Opera ( 1934 ) and When Last I Died ( 1941 )-this publisher now has a total of nine Mrs Bradley books in print.
When the rural American town of Lizard Breath witnesses a meteor fall, town geologist and player character Greg Bradley has to discover the source of some strange occurrences.
When AL owners removed Ban Johnson, the league's founder, from the league presidency in 1927, Barnard, after first clearing the way by arranging the sale of the Indians to a group headed by Alva Bradley, replaced him.