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Works such as Ildefons Cerda's General Theory of Urbanization ( 1867 ), Camillo Sitte ’ s City Planning According to Artistic Principles ( 1889 ), and Robinson ’ s The Improvement of Cities and Towns ( 1901 ) and Modern Civic Art ( 1903 ), all were primarily concerned with urban design, as did the later City Beautiful movement in North America.
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Highways go to a new Department of Highways, sewers to the Department of Public Works, such street cleaning as Borough Presidents now do ( in Queens and Richmond ) to the Sanitation Department.
It also led to the closure of several local support and satellite businesses, such as the nearby British Steel Clydesdale Works in Mossend, Clyde Alloy in Netherton and equipment maker Anderson Strathclyde.
The company also publishes several specialised reference works, such as Shakespeare: The Essential Guide to the Life and Works of the Bard ( Wiley, 2006 ).
Prominent novelist and Harvard Medical School graduate Michael Crichton appeared before the U. S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works to address such concerns and recommended the employment of double-blind experimentation in environmental research.
Works such as Marjorie Rosen ’ s Popcorn Venus: Women, Movies, and the American Dream ( 1973 ) and Molly Haskell ’ s From Reverence to Rape: The Treatment of Women in Movies ( 1974 ) analyze how the women portrayed in film related to the broader historical context, the stereotypes depicted, the extent to which the women were shown as active or passive, and the amount of screen time given to women.
Records such as " Let Me Be the One " by Safire, " I Remember What You Like " by Jenny Burton, " Running " by Information Society, " Give Me Tonight " by Shannon and " It Works For Me " by Pam Russo enjoyed heavy New York radio airplay.
Works are being written for 20-and 25-stringed kotos and 17-string bass kotos, and a new generation of players such as Japanese master Kazue Sawai, her students including Michiyo Yagi, and American performers Reiko Obata and Miya Masaoka, are finding places for the koto in today's jazz, experimental music and even pop.
Works such as the Apollo Belvedere arrived during the Napoleonic Wars, but these pieces were returned after Napoleon I's fall in 1815.
Occasionally gasoline-electric models, patterned after real diesel-electric locomotives, come up among hobbyists and companies like Pilgrim Locomotive Works have sold such locomotives.
Works such as the Requiem of Hector Berlioz would have been impossible to perform just a few decades earlier, with its demanding writing for twenty woodwinds, as well as four gigantic brass ensembles each including around four trumpets, four trombones, and two tubas.
T. A. Sinclair, commenting on Works and Days argues that Hesiod shows no awareness of the mythology of such a divine " giver ".
Works such as Augustine of Hippo's The City of God synthesized current philosophies and political traditions with those of Christianity, redefining the borders between what was religious and what was political.
Works such as Amitav Ghosh's The Calcutta Chromosome and Salman Rushdie's Grimus and Boman Desai's The Memory of Elephants are generally classified as magic realist works but make essential use of SF tropes and techniques.
However, it could be argued that the subsequent fortunes of other Eastern-Bloc automobile manufacturers such as Lada, AutoVAZ, and of Škoda Works itself – once Škoda Auto's parent company – suggested that Volkswagen's involvement was not necessarily a result of poor judgement.
ELP performed classical compositions such as Mussorgsky's " Pictures at an Exhibition " on the album Pictures At An Exhibition ( 1971 ) and Aaron Copland's " Fanfare for the Common Man " on Works, Volume 1 ( 1977 ) with electric instrumentation.
* Works well in unidirectional communication, suitable for broadcast information such as in many kinds of service discovery and shared information such as broadcast time or Routing Information Protocol
Works which are commonly included in the canon include works of fiction such as some epic poems, poetry, music, drama, novels, and other assorted forms of literature from the many diverse Western ( and more recently non-Western ) cultures.
Some of these towns, such as the Humberstone and Santa Laura Saltpeter Works in the Atacama Desert, have been declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
The first publication to divide the papers in such a way was an 1810 edition that used a list left by Hamilton to associate the authors with their numbers ; this edition appeared as two volumes of the compiled " Works of Hamilton ".
" Works such as Dark Horse Comics ' Dark Empire series ( 1991 – 1992 ) describe Fett escaping from the sarlacc.
In the 18th century, in response to the growth of the British Empire and economic changes, institutions such as the Office of Works and the Navy Board grew large.
Works on paper, such as drawings, pastels, watercolors, prints, and photographs are typically not permanently displayed for conservation reasons.
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Olds Motor Works soon adopted the popular name of its vehicles, Oldsmobile ( which, along with Buick and Cadillac, became founding divisions of General Motors Corporation ).
General Groves visited the site in January and established the Hanford Engineer Works, codenamed " Site W ".
In September 1946, the General Electric Company assumed management of the Hanford Works under the supervision of the newly created Atomic Energy Commission.
Together with the clergy and Receiver General and Chapter Clerk, various lay officers constitute the college, including the Organist and Master of the Choristers, the Registrar, the Auditor, the Legal Secretary, the Surveyor of the Fabric, the Head Master of the Choir School, the Keeper of the Muniments and the Clerk of the Works, as well as 12 lay vicars, 10 choristers and the High Steward and High Bailiff.
Warren M. Bodie, journalist, historian, and Skunk Works engineer from 1977 to 1984, wrote that engineering independence, elitism and secrecy of the Skunk Works variety was demonstrated earlier when Lockheed was asked by Lieutenant Benjamin S. Kelsey ( later Brigadier General, USAF ) to build for the United States Army Air Corps a high speed, high altitude fighter to compete with German aircraft.
With Postmaster General James A. Farley and WPA administrator Harry Hopkins cutting deals with state and local Democratic officials, Roosevelt used federal discretionary spending, especially the Works Progress Administration ( 1935 – 1942 ) as a national political machine.
John S. Van Alstyne, General Manager for Eber Ward of both the Eureka Iron & Steel Works and the associated Wyandotte Rolling Mills, laid out the master plan for the city.
Maudslay made working models of the machine for making pulley blocks, and Brunel approached Samuel Bentham, the Inspector General of Naval Works.
The killings were reported to the UN General Assembly on 15 December 1956 by the Director of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency, Henry Labouisse, who reported from " trustworthy sources " that 275 people were killed in the massacre of which 140 were refugees and 135 local residents.
Today the Lodi area is home to several large manufacturing, general services, and agricultural companies, including Archer Daniels Midland, Blue Shield of California, Dart Container ( www. dartcontainer. com /), General Mills, Holz Rubber Company, Kubota Tractors, Lodi Iron Works, Miller Packing Company, Pacific Coast Producers, Tiger Lines, Valley Industries, and Woodbridge-Robert Mondavi.
The town's primary employment is at a gypsum mill and the nearby Bath Iron Works, a General Dynamics Company.
The major divisions of city hall are City Administration, Community Services, Economic Development, General Services, Public Safety, and Public Works.
This second grant had been set aside to provide fuel and home sites for imported workers at the Lamprey River Iron Works, chartered in 1719 by the Massachusetts General Court to encourage industrial development in the province.
These include: Potter's Tavern, said to have been built in the 1750s, but restored to its appearance in 1776 when it was home to The Plain Dealer, considered New Jersey's first newspaper ; Brearley ( Masonic ) Lodge, founded by General James Giles in 1795, and still active ; the so-called " Nail House " ( c. 1815 ; second build c. 1855 ), administrative home of the Cumberland Nail & Iron Works that established Bridgeton's industrial prowess in the early nineteenth century ; the first Cumberland National Bank building ( 1816 ), only the second bank chartered in New Jersey ( now part of the Bridgeton Library ); and the David Sheppard House ( 1791 ), recently restored with assistance from the Garden State Historic Trust and home to the Cousteau Coastal Center of Rutgers University since 2008.
By the early 1900s, however, Niles was the site of companies including Ohio Galvanizing, Sykes Metal, the Niles Glass Works of the General Electric Company, and the Niles Iron and Steel Roofing Company.
) and carpet underlay as part of General Tire in its later years ; but the original Pennsylvania Rubber Works provided products for Jeeps and gas masks during World War II.
It is a Type B, General Law municipality, with a Mayor, five Aldermen, a Public Works Director and a City Secretary.
* Other Sikeston businesses include AgMart Sales, Clayton Fabrication and Metal Works, Collins Music, Construction Trailer Specialists, Days Inn, DeWitt Company, Duckett Truck Center, Ferguson Medical Group, First Midwest Bank, Focus Bank, Garage Door Company of Sikeston, J. C. Penney, J-J-N Enterprises, Lowe's, Meyers Supply Company, Slusher Farm and Home Center, Mitchell Insurance, NewWave Communications, Pyramid Roofing Company, Retco Trailer Manufacturing, Steward Steel, The UPS Store, and Walgreens with multiple locations for Dollar General, Raymond James Financial, State Farm Insurance, and U. S. Bancorp.
* John Abt, chief of Litigation for the AAA from 1933 to 1935, assistant general counsel of the Works Progress Administration in 1935, chief counsel on Senator Robert La Follette, Jr .' s LaFollette Committee from 1936 to 1937 and special assistant to the United States Attorney General, 1937 and 1938.