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In the monastic library at Jarrow were a number of books by theologians, including works by Basil, Cassian, John Chrysostom, Isidore of Seville, Origen, Gregory of Nazianzus, Augustine of Hippo, Jerome, Pope Gregory I, Ambrose of Milan, Cassiodorus, and Cyprian.
About 20 years later, John Ambrose Fleming ( scientific adviser to the Marconi Company
The greatest names of the classical and patristic world are among those translated, edited or annotated by Erasmus, including Saint Ambrose, Aristotle, Saint Augustine, Saint Basil, Saint John Chrysostom, Cicero and Saint Jerome.
Sir John Ambrose Fleming FRS ( 29 November 1849 – 18 April 1945 ) was an English electrical engineer and physicist.
John Ambrose Fleming ( 1906 )
: One century ago, in November 1904, John Ambrose Fleming FRS, Pender Professor at UCL, filed in Great Britain, for a device called the Thermionic Valve.
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Ambrose ( De virginitate 3, 14 ; 4, 15 ) and John Chrysostom ( Matthew, Homily 88 ) have suggested that Mary Magdalene was a virgin after the Resurrection of Jesus Christ.
* 1904 – English engineer John Ambrose Fleming receives a patent for the thermionic valve ( vacuum tube ).
It wasn't until the early 20th century that the rectifying property of such a device was utilized, most notably by John Ambrose Fleming, who used the diode tube to detect ( demodulate ) radio signals.
The English physicist John Ambrose Fleming worked as an engineering consultant for firms including Edison Telephone and the Marconi Company.
Wireless detailed history and growth of the art includes the work of Nikola Tesla, Oliver Lodge, Marconi, Braun, Reginald Fessenden ( known for inventing the radiotelephony ), John Ambrose Fleming, Lee De Forest and many others.
* November 29 – John Ambrose Fleming, English electrical engineer and inventor ( d. 1945 )

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After working in a shipping office for four years, the twenty-year-old Fleming inherited some money from an uncle, John Fleming.
John Fleming invented the first radio tube, the diode, in 1904.
Sir John Popham was Lord Chief Justice, Sir Thomas Fleming was Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer, and two Justices, Sir Thomas Walmsley and Sir Peter Warburton, sat as Justices of the Common Pleas.
Fleming did not provide Bond's date of birth, but John Pearson's fictional biography of Bond, James Bond: The Authorized Biography of 007, gives Bond a birth date on 11 November 1920, while a study by John Griswold puts the date at 11 November 1921.
In 1897 the Pender Laboratory was founding at University College, London and Fleming took up the Pender Chair after the £ 5000 was endowed as a memorial to John Pender, the founder of Cable and Wireless.
*: John C. Fleming

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Ambrose Fleming was born in Lancaster and educated at University College School, London, and University College London.
In 1941 the London Power Company commemorated Fleming by naming a new 1, 555 GRT coastal collier SS Ambrose Fleming.
* Life and Times of Ambrose Fleming

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