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" wrote Peter ( in a tone that can only be guessed ) in a letter dated 13 August 1710.
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Alexei wrote a pitiful reply to his father, offering to renounce the succession in favour of his infant son Peter.
While Alexei was pondering his options, on 26 August 1716 Peter wrote to Alexei from abroad, urging him, if he desired to remain tsarevich, to join him and the army without delay.
Between 1220 and 1227, he wrote a Glossa in quatuor libros Sententiarum Petri Lombardi ( A Gloss on the Four Books of the Sentences of Peter Lombard ), which was particularly important because it was the first time that a book other than the Bible was used as a textbook during biblical study.
In Gregory ’ s day, history was not recognized as an independent field of study ; it was a branch of grammar or rhetoric, and historia ( defined as ‘ story ’) summed up the approach of the learned when they wrote what was, at that time, considered ‘ history .’ Gregory ’ s Dialogues Book Two, then, an authentic medieval hagiography cast as a conversation between the Pope and his deacon Peter, is designed to teach spiritual lessons.
Following some success illustrating cards and booklets, Potter wrote and illustrated The Tale of Peter Rabbit publishing it first privately in 1901, and a year later as a small, three-colour illustrated book with Frederick Warne & Co. She became unofficially engaged to her editor Norman Warne in 1905 despite the disapproval of her parents, but he died suddenly a month later, of leukemia.
Both Bucer and Peter Martyr wrote detailed proposals for modification ; Bucer's Censura ran to 28 chapters which influenced Cranmer significantly though he did not follow them slavishly and the new book was duly produced in 1552, making " fully perfect " what was already implicit.
After having discussions with Beck in regards to how the film would be handled, the two wrote the American version and worked with editor Peter Zinner to remove scenes, recut others and change the sequence of several events.
Various elements within the gospel, including the importance of the authority of Peter and the breadth of its basic theology, suggest that the author wrote in Syria or Palestine for a non-Jewish Christian community which had earlier absorbed the influence of pre-Pauline beliefs and then developed them further independent of Paul.
His maternal grandfather was General Peter Gansevoort, a hero of the Battle of Saratoga ; in his gold-laced uniform, the general sat for a portrait painted by Gilbert Stuart, which is described in Melville's 1852 novel, Pierre, for Melville wrote out of his familial as well as his nautical background.
Barrie's Marie Rose contains references to Harris inspired by a holiday visit to Amhuinnsuidhe Castle and he wrote a screenplay for the 1924 film adaptation of Peter Pan whilst on Eilean Shona.
Elsewhere in his Church History, Eusebius reports seeing what he took to be portraits of Jesus, Peter and Paul, and also mentions a bronze statue at Banias / Paneas, of which he wrote, " They say that this statue is an image of Jesus " ( H. E.
The clothing of the sitters in Reynolds ' portraits was usually painted either by one his pupils, his studio assistant Giuseppe Marchi, or the specialist drapery painter Peter Toms James Northcote, his pupil, wrote of this arrangement that " the imitation of particular stuffs is not the work of genius, but is to be acquired easily by practice, and this was what his pupils could do by care and time more than he himself chose to bestow ; but his own slight and masterly work was still the best.
In 1947, Styne wrote his first score for a Broadway musical, High Button Shoes with Cahn, and over the next several decades wrote the scores for many Broadway shows, most notably Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Peter Pan ( additional music ), Bells Are Ringing, Gypsy, Do Re Mi, Funny Girl, Sugar ( with a story based on the movie Some Like It Hot, but all new music ), and the Tony-winning Hallelujah, Baby !.
In 1269, Peter Peregrinus de Maricourt wrote the Epistola de magnete, the first extant treatise describing the properties of magnets.
Peter Drucker ( 1909 – 2005 ) wrote one of the earliest books on applied management: Concept of the Corporation ( published in 1946 ).
However, John A. T. Robinson and other scholars argued for a much earlier dating, based on the fact that the New Testament writings make no mention of ( 1 ) the Great Fire of Rome ( A. D. 64 ), one of the most destructive fires in Roman history, which Emperor Nero blamed on the Christians, and led to the first major persecution of believers ; ( 2 ) the final years and deaths of Paul, who wrote most of the epistles, Peter, whom Catholics recognize as the first pope, and the other apostles ; ( 3 ) Nero's suicide ( A. D. 68 ); or ( 4 ) the total destruction of the temple in Jerusalem ( A. D. 70 ), which Robinson thought should certainly have appeared, considering the importance of that event for Jews and Christians of that time.
According to Peter Hook, the band wrote and recorded enough material during the sessions for this album to release a follow-up in the near future, but it has yet to materialise.
The writings of the Church Father Irenaeus who wrote around AD 180 reflect a belief that Peter " founded and organised " the Church at Rome.
Clement of Rome wrote in a letter to the Corinthians, c. 96 about the persecution of Christians in Rome as the " struggles in our time " and presented to the Corinthians its heroes, " first, the greatest and most just columns ", the " good apostles " Peter and Paul.
St. Ignatius of Antioch wrote shortly after Clement and in his letter from the city of Smyrna to the Romans he said he would not command them as Peter and Paul did.
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He also wrote an orchestral tone poem on A Shropshire Lad ( first performed at Leeds Festival under Arthur Nikisch in 1912 ).
"' Forever Changes ' made only a minor dent on the charts when it was first released in 1967, but years later it became recognized as one of the finest and most haunting albums to come out of the Summer of Love, which doubtless has as much to do with the disc's themes and tone as the music, beautiful as it is ," wrote Mark Deming in an entry for the online Allmusic guide.
Since many composers wrote for a traditional-sized viola, particularly in orchestral music, changes in the tone of a viola can have unintended consequences upon the balance in ensembles.
Mozart, in his Sinfonia Concertante for Violin, Viola and Orchestra in E flat, wrote the viola part in D major and specified that the viola's strings were to be raised in pitch by a semitone: his intention was probably to give the viola a brighter tone so as to avoid it being overpowered by the rest of the ensemble.
The pair also wrote a number of stand-alone novels similar in tone to the Harold Shea stories, of which the most highly regarded is Land of Unreason.
Of the constant tone output capability, designer Tom Danley wrote that the " target 94 dB at 250 meters is not the essentially fictional ' burst ' or ' peak SPL ' nonsense in pro sound, or like the ' death burp ' signal used in car sound contests.
He adopted an independent tone in informing the imperial Exarch in Ravenna of his election, but wrote to Pepin the Younger that the Frankish alliance should be maintained unimpaired, being possibly forced to this course by the Lombard king Desiderius.
A reporter wrote the following: " Their square pianos are characterized by great power of tone, a depth and richness in the bass, a full mellowness in the middle register and brilliant purity in the treble, making a scale perfectly equal and singularly melodious throughout its entire range.
" Although Kyle, who wrote about the alleged incident in his book but did not mention Ventura by name, stated he asked Ventura to tone down his voice because the families of SEAL personnel were present, Ventura allegedly went on to say that the SEALs " deserved to lose a few guys ", after which Kyle stated he punched Ventura in the face.
Strauss went on to conduct one of Ritter's operas, and at Strauss's request Ritter later wrote a poem describing the events depicted in Strauss's tone poem Death and Transfiguration.
* Joseph Haydn wrote minuets which are very close to scherzi in tone, but it was Ludwig van Beethoven and Franz Schubert who first used the form widely, with Beethoven in particular turning the polite rhythm of the minuet into a much more intense — and sometimes even savage — dance.
Mirkin served as executive producer for the series, directed most of the episodes, wrote several of them, and oversaw the filming and production of them all, to ensure that they had the correct " tone ".
Of Constable's colour, Delacroix wrote in his journal: " What he says here about the green of his meadows can be applied to every tone ".
Film critic Pauline Kael wrote, " I didn't find it hard to accept the uninflected, deadpan tone, and to enjoy Buckaroo Banzai for its inventiveness and the gags that bounce off other adventure movies, other comedies.
Thousands of viewers in Oklahoma and elsewhere called and wrote letters of protest over the tone of the questions.
Franck wrote the delicately evocative Les Eolides, following it with the narrative Le chasseur maudit and the piano-and-orchestral tone poem Les Djinns, conceived in much the same manner as Liszt's Totentanz.
Jazz musician and composer Charles Mingus wrote the tone poem Pithecanthropus Erectus to tell the story of the evolution of man and his eventual downfall.
Of the latter, Philip Purser wrote: " The commentary, spoken by Sir Michael Redgrave, took on an unremittingly pessimistic tone from the outset.
Ayler was among the most primal of the free jazz musicians of the 1960s ; critic John Litweiler wrote that " never before or since has there been such naked aggression in jazz " He possessed a deep blistering tone — achieved by using the stiff plastic Fibrecane no.
Most of these he evidently intended for a different audience, since they are considerably different in tone and style from either the chansons or madrigals ; in addition, he wrote them later in life, with none appearing until 1567, when he was already well-established at Munich.
The poems he wrote at the university — Hermann, an epic ( published by F. Muncker, 1886 ), Zwölf moralische Briefe in Versen ( Twelve Moral Letters in Verse, 1752 ), Anti-Ovid ( 1752 ) — are pietistic in tone and dominated by the influence of Klopstock.