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Wilson's early efforts to help others become sober were ineffective, prompting Dr. Silkworth to suggest that Wilson place less stress on religion and more on " the science " of treating alcoholism.
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Wilson's and early
Under the care of Dr. William Duncan Silkworth ( an early benefactor of A. A .), Wilson's detox included the deliriant belladonna.
The books that were influential in the early development of computational quantum chemistry include Linus Pauling and E. Bright Wilson's 1935 Introduction to Quantum Mechanics – with Applications to Chemistry, Eyring, Walter and Kimball's 1944 Quantum Chemistry, Heitler's 1945 Elementary Wave Mechanics – with Applications to Quantum Chemistry, and later Coulson's 1952 textbook Valence, each of which served as primary references for chemists in the decades to follow.
Beginning in the late 19th and early 20th century however, policies such as Woodrow Wilson's mission to " make the world safe for democracy " were often backed by military force, but more often effected from behind the scenes, consistent with the general notion of hegemony and imperium of historical empires ..
A successful early text was Thomas Wilson's The Arte of Rhetorique ( 1553 ), which presents a traditional treatment of rhetoric.
Some possible influences can be found in the early plays of John Lyly, Robert Wilson's The Cobbler's Prophecy ( c. 1590 ) and Pierre de la Primaudaye's L ' Academie française ( 1577 ).
Edmund Wilson's early analysis of the book, The Dream of H. C. Earwicker, made the assumption that Earwicker himself is the dreamer of the dream, an assumption which continued to carry weight with Wakean scholars Harry Levin, Hugh Kenner, and William Troy.
* Charlie Wilson's War, a Golden Globe Award and Oscar-nominated Universal Pictures film released in December 2007, depicts early U. S. efforts to provide military support to the Afghan mujahideen following the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan.
Edmund Wilson's 1931 study Axel's Castle focuses on the continuity with symbolism and several important writers of the early twentieth century, with a particular emphasis on Yeats, Eliot, Paul Valéry, Marcel Proust, James Joyce, and Gertrude Stein.
Another early act of Davis ' was the reversal of his predecessor Republican Governor Pete Wilson's alteration of California's eight-hour overtime pay rule for wage earners.
With the impending fall of Selma in early April, during Wilson's Raid, all of the railroad's rolling stock was sent full of supplies westward through Demopolis and on to Meridian.
Carson Springs, four miles ( 6 km ) west of Newport, developed around William Wilson's tavern and stagecoach terminal in the early 19th century.
Moreover, minority authors were beginning to publish fiction, as in William Wells Brown's Clotel ; or, The President's Daughter, Martin Delany's Blake ; or, The Huts of America and Harriet E. Wilson's Our Nig as early African American novels, and John Rollin Ridge's The Life and Adventures of Joaquin Murieta: The Celebrated California Bandit, which is considered the first Native American novel but which also is an early story about Mexican American issues.
The weapons museum also includes an exhibit on Thomas Hamilton Simms 1838 — 1919 ), who served with the Hempstead Rifles at the Battle of Wilson's Creek near Springfield, Missouri, early in the Civil War.
His main early writings were editions of Florence Wilson's De Animi Tranquillitate Dialogus ( 1707 ), and the Cantici Solomonis Paraphrasis Poetica ( 1709 ) of Arthur Johnston ( 1587 – 1641 ), editor of the Deliciae Poetarum Scotorum.
Wilson's early sense of patriotism and his strong interest in international affairs encouraged him to become politically active later in life.
It became a worst-kept secret that Jackie Wilson's 1967 hit "( Your Love Keeps Lifting Me ) Higher & Higher " didn't have a Motown influence quite by accident — the Funk Brothers migrated to do the Wilson session, in an interesting reference to Motown's early history: Berry Gordy, Jr. got his first music break by getting Wilson to record some of his songs ( most famously " Reet Petite ") in the 1950s.
Wilson's interest in the game rekindled in the early 1970s and, after winning the IBSF World Amateur Championship in 1978, he finally turned professional the following year at the age of 45.
" The prominence of Brian Wilson's influence on his compositions is clear on " California Saga: California " from the Holland album, which charted in early 1973.
Nevertheless, Dicke's group made the second clean detection, and their theoretical interpretation of Penzias & Wilson's results showed that theories of the early universe had moved from pure speculation into well-tested physics.
The following month, Lane accepted President-elect Woodrow Wilson's nomination to become Secretary of the Interior, a position in which he served almost seven years until his resignation in early 1920.
At the time, it was customary not to make an official announcement of Cabinet appointments until the new President formally submitted the names to the Senate on the afternoon of Inauguration Day, March 4 ; however, The New York Times obtained the list of Wilson's appointees a day early.
The designer of this embossing is not known ; with minor variations it was used on invitations until the early years of President Wilson's administration.
In Wilson's view, these pirate enclaves were early forms of autonomous proto-anarchist societies in that they operated beyond the reach of governments and embraced unrestricted freedom.
Wilson's and efforts
Despite Wilson's efforts to establish and promote the League, for which he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in October 1919, the United States did not join.
Wilson's own approach to socialism placed emphasis on efforts to increase opportunity within society, for example through change and expansion within the education system, allied to the technocratic aim of taking better advantage of rapid scientific progress, rather than on the left's traditional goal of promoting wider public ownership of industry.
Wilson's surviving home tapes document his initial efforts singing with various friends and family, including a song that would later be recorded in the studio by The Beach Boys, " Sloop John B ", as well as " Bermuda Shorts " and a hymn titled " Good News ".
Brown trout were first introduced to Australia by the efforts of Edward Wilson's Acclimatisation Society of Victoria with the aim to " provide for manly sport which will lead Australian youth to seek recreation on the river's bank and mountainside rather than in the Cafe and Casino.
These episodes should not detract from recognition of Wilson's determined efforts to run the Department of Defense efficiently and to maintain the nation's security forces within reasonable budget guidelines.
In 1959, Marks and Brian Wilson's youngest brother Carl had begun to develop their own style of playing electric guitars Brian realized that the combination of Carl and David's playing brought a rock guitar sound to his original compositions, and the two teenagers participated in Brian's first songwriting efforts that led to the band's 1963 hit single " Surfer Girl ".
Despite his close political relationship with former California Governor Pete Wilson, and their agreement on the question of affirmative action, Connerly led efforts to grant domestic partner benefits to gay and lesbian domestic partners in all state universities over Wilson's objections.
The first part of the museum focuses on the beginning of the Great War pre-U. S. involvement, while the last group of museum galleries focuses on the United States ' military and civilian involvement in the war and President Woodrow Wilson's efforts for peace.
: The Vice President advised that there were no discussions of pushing back on Wilson's credibility by raising the nepotism issue, and there was no discussion of using Valerie Wilson's employment with the CIA in countering Joe Wilson's criticisms and claims about Iraqi efforts to procure yellow cake uranium from Niger.
Under the chairmanship of journalist Paul Kellogg, it was formed by 141 distinguished Americans to support President Woodrow Wilson's efforts to achieve a just peace, including John Foster Dulles and Eleanor Roosevelt.
Wilson's and help
It remains unclear who was making the executive branch's decisions during Wilson's incapacity, but it was likely the first lady with the help of the presidential advisers.
In March 1987, James Miller, a former agent, claimed that the Ulster Workers Council Strike of 1974 had been promoted by MI5 in order to help destabilise Wilson's government.
Dennis ' wide-eyed curiosity, his well-meaning attempts to help, his innocent, matter-of-fact bluntness and his youthful energy and enthusiastic nature always seem to lead to trouble wherever he goes ( most often at Mr. Wilson's expense ).
On the sitcom and in the comics, Dennis was basically a good well-intentioned boy who always was trying to help people, but wound up making situations worse-often at Mr. Wilson's expense.
Begun in the Fall of 1967 as a potential solo single, it was completed with Carl Wilson's help during the album's sessions.
In the spring of 1865, with the Confederacy clearly waning, he and his troops were sent to Columbus, Georgia to help oppose Wilson's Raid.
The " Timeline / Links " section of The Joe and Valerie Wilson Legal Support Trust provides links to " several timelines assembled by various national publications, which should help to shed some light on the events as they transpired ," including this timeline, while observing: " Understanding the series of events that occurred around the exposure of Valerie Wilson's covert CIA status is somewhat difficult due to the misleading and contradictory statements given by various officials regarding the leak.
At the CIA, the official designated to talk to me denied that Wilson's wife had inspired his selection but said she was delegated to request his help.