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When Paul Brown was fired by Art Modell, Brown still owned the equipment used by Cleveland.
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When he heard that Paul Whiteman was looking for singers to replace the Rhythm Boys, Mercer applied and got the job, `` not for my voice, I'm sure, but because I could write songs and material generally ''.
When on leave from the front, Paul feels strongly isolated from his family and removed from daily life.
When the day drew near of the departure of Saint Paul the First Hermit in the desert, Saint Anthony went to him and buried him, after clothing him in a tunic which was a present from St Athanasius the Apostolic, the 20th Patriarch of Alexandria.
When Saint Paul returned to Jerusalem after his conversion, Barnabas took him and introduced him to the apostles ( 9: 27 ).
When Pope John XXIII abolished the limit, he began to add new churches to the list, which Popes Paul VI and John Paul II continued to do.
When announcing Vatican II, Pope John XXIII stated that the precepts of the Council of Trent continue to the modern day, a position that was reaffirmed by Pope Paul VI.
Writing in 2010 Neil Finn said, " When we lost Paul it was like someone pulled the rug out from underneath everything, a terrible jolt out of the dark blue.
When over 25, 000 of these royalists — led by General Danican — assaulted Paris, Paul François Jean Nicolas, vicomte de Barras was appointed to defend the capital ; outnumbered five to one and disorganized, the Republicans were desperate.
When Paul refers to Priscilla and Aquila, of the seven times Priscilla and Aquila are mentioned in the New Testament, the Apostle Paul always lists them together, suggesting that he viewed them as a ministry team and also a family unit.
When she returned east in 1913, she joined Alice Paul, Lucy Burns, and others in founding the militant Congressional Union, which became the National Woman's Party.
When US troops withdew from Grenada in December 1983 Nicholas Braithwaite of the National Democratic Congress was appointed Prime Minister of an interim administration by the Governor General Sir Paul Scoon until elections could be organised.
When The Second City opened its doors on December 16, 1959, directed by Paul Sill, his mother Viola Spolin began training new improvisers through a series of classes and exercises which became the cornerstone of modern improv training.
When Hitler was appointed Reich Chancellor of Germany on 30 January 1933, Goebbels was initially given no office: the coalition cabinet Hitler headed contained only a minority of Nazis as part of the deal he had negotiated with President Paul von Hindenburg and the conservative parties.
When it came to time for Ribbentrop to present the German declaration of war on 22 June 1941 to the Soviet Ambassador, General Vladimir Dekanozov, Paul Schmidt described the scene :" It is just before four on the morning of Sunday, 22 June 1941 in the office of the Foreign Minister.
When Paul came again to Jerusalem after the second and after the third journey ( Acts 18: 22 ; 21: 17 sq.
When Dreja dropped out of the project to become a photographer ( he would later take the photograph that appeared on the back of Led Zeppelin's debut album ), John Paul Jones, at the suggestion of his wife, contacted Page about the vacant position.
When Paul the Deacon wrote the Historia between 787 and 796 he was a Catholic monk and devoted Christian.
When John's body was moved, the original vault above the floor was removed and a new one built beneath the ground ; it was here that the body of Pope John Paul II was entombed from 2005 to 2011 before being moved for his beatification in 2011.
When, in 784, the imperial secretary Patriarch Tarasius was appointed successor to the Patriarch Paul IV, he accepted on the condition that intercommunion with the other churches should be reestablished ; that is, that the images should be restored.
Other songs performed by Amos include The Doors ' " People are Strange ", Depeche Mode's " Personal Jesus ", Joni Mitchell's " The Circle Game ", Madonna's " Live to Tell " and " Like a Prayer ", Björk's " Hyperballad ", Led Zeppelin's " When the Levee Breaks " ( which she debuted in Austin, Texas, just after the events of Hurricane Katrina ), Kate Bush's " And Dream of Sheep " and Crowded House's " Don't Dream It's Over ", dedicating it to drummer Paul Hester who had died a week before.
Paul Johnson writes in Modern Times: " When in 1964 the Harding Papers ( which had not been burnt ) were opened to scholars, no truth at all was found in any of the myths, though it emerged that Harding, a pathetically shy man with women, had a sad and touching friendship with the wife of a Marion store-owner before his presidency.
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When the Brown & Sharpe Manufacturing Company reached its 125th year as a going industrial concern during 1958, it became an almost unique institution in the mechanical world.
When her brother Winslow became a student at Brown University in 1874, she wrote him about a course in history he was taking under Professor Diman: `` What is Prof. Diman's definition of civilization, and take the world through, is its progress ever onward, or does it retrograde at times??
When Brown retired as head coach following the 1975 season and appointed Bill " Tiger " Johnson as his successor, Walsh resigned and served as an assistant coach for Tommy Prothro with the San Diego Chargers in 1976.
When Brown was two years old, his parents separated after his mother left his father for another man.
When in 1864 no party proved capable of governing for long, Macdonald agreed to a proposal from his political rival, George Brown, that the parties unite in a Great Coalition to seek federation and political reform.
When Brown was hanged without incident, Booth stood in uniform near the scaffold and afterwards expressed great satisfaction with Brown's fate, although he admired the condemned man's bravery in facing death stoically.
When word of the plan was leaked to the government, Brown put the scheme on hold and began raising funds for its eventual resumption.
When first exhibited, Newcastle Brown Ale swept the board at the prestigious 1928 International Brewery Awards.
When asked if the Brown Scapular is as necessary to the fulfillment of Our Lady ’ s requests as the Rosary, Sister Lúcia answered: " The Scapular and the Rosary are inseparable ".
When Europeans settled Australia they intentionally released many species into the wild including the Red Fox, Brown Hare, and the European Rabbit.
* British — Ali Campbell: " Nothing Ever Changes ( Pierrot )", from Flying High ( 2009 ); David Bowie: Pierrot in Turquoise ( 1993 ; includes following songs from the film of the same title: " Threepenny Pierrot ", " Columbine ", " The Mirror ", " When I Live My Dream & 2 "); Michael Moorcock and the Deep Fix: " Birthplace of Harlequin ", " Columbine Confused ", " Pierrot's Song of Positive Thinking ", and " Pierrot in the Roof Garden ", from The Entropy Tango and Gloriana Demo Sessions ( 2008 ); Petula Clark: " Pierrot pendu " (" Hanged Pierrot "), from Hello Mister Brown ( 1966 ); Placebo: " Pierrot the Clown ", from Meds ( 2006 ); Rick Wakeman: " The Dancing Pierrot ", from The Art in Music Trilogy ( 1999 ); Soft Machine: " Thank You Pierrot Lunaire ", from Volume Two ( 1969 ).
When Cain was returned with a small but workable majority, Kennett was again criticised within his own party, and in 1989 he was deposed as leader and replaced by Alan Brown, a little-known rural Member of the Legislative Assembly.
When the Supreme Court issued its decision in the landmark case Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas 347 US 483 ( 1954 ), Eastland, like most Southern Democrats, denounced it.
When it became clear Iverson was staying in Philadelphia, he and Brown worked to patch things up, and the team would reap the benefits in 2000 – 01.
Much of Morrison's music is structured around the conventions of soul music and R & B, such as the popular singles " Brown Eyed Girl ", " Jackie Wilson Said ( I'm in Heaven When You Smile )", " Domino " and " Wild Night ".
When the Texas State Legislature convened in January 1873, Democratic representative B. W. Brown of Upshur County introduced a bill to create a new county from parts of Harrison, Rusk, and Upshur counties.
When Wise presided over the hanging of abolitionist John Brown at Harpers Ferry in 1859, abolition supporters renamed it to Morris County in honor of Thomas Morris, a former United States Senator from Ohio who was an opponent of slavery.
When several clergy are referred to, they are often styled individually ( e. g., The Reverend John Smith and the Reverend Hank Brown ).
When filing the papers for the town with the BLM, Brown decided that the town should be named as a respectably humorous salute to the first President of the United States, George Washington.