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violin and Charles composition at the New York Institute of Musical Art (later Juilliard (Juilliard School)), whose president, family friend Frank Damrosch, was Constance's adoptive "uncle". Charles also taught part time at the New School for Social Research. Career and money tensions led to quarrels and reconciliations, but when Charles discovered Constance had opened a secret bank account in her own name, they separated, and Charles took custody of their three sons. ref


Chittagong

Robert Clive at Plassey. This consolidated the Company's hold on Bengal and Orissa (along with Midnapore). The district of Midnapore which included Dhalbhum or Ghatshila, now in Singhbhum, Jharkhand was annexed in 1760 along with Burdwan and Chittagong both handed over to the East India Company by Mir Qasim. The last free king of Dhalbhum was imprisoned in Midnapore town. Early teaching and research career Shahidullah's teaching career started in Jessore Zilla

at the University of Dhaka constituted the most important period of his life. During his teaching and research career there, he explored the origins of the Bengali language. In 1925, he was able to show that Bengali originated from Gaudi or Magadhan Prakrit (or derivative of Sanskrit). St. Martin's Island has become a popular tourist spot. Currently, five shipping liners run daily trips to the island, including Shahid Sher Niabat, L T Kutubdia, Eagle, Keary Cruise & Dine and Keary-Sindbad


Quebec City

education, treatment, and research. Career Claude Lajeunesse was born in Quebec City, received a Master of Science degree in 1967 in Nuclear Engineering and a PhD in 1969. He is a member of the boards of TD Meloche Monnex, Atomic Energy of Canada Limited, the Montreal Board of Trade, and the Canadian Liver Foundation, a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Engineering, and a member of the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec. birth_date


Slovakia

archives 2002 press_song_contest_kids.php Information on the draw of broadcasters used prior to the contest After the war, Szent-Györgyi began his research career in Pressburg (now Bratislava the capital of Slovakia). He switched universities several times over the next few years, finally ending up at the University of Groningen, where his work focused on the chemistry of cellular respiration. This work landed him a position as a Rockefeller Foundation fellow


Jamaica

beginning her career in education by teaching in Wolmer's Boys High School (Wolmer's Schools) in Jamaica from 1971–1973. Broadfoot then returned to the United Kingdom and began her research career with a four-year period as a researcher for the Scottish Council for Research in Education. At the same time, she pursued a Master of Education at the University of Edinburgh, graduating in 1977. Broadfoot's first academic post was as a lecturer (and later a senior lecturer) at Westhill College, Birmingham, where she worked from 1977 until 1981. Coming from New South Wales, Bell spent the majority of her career in the shadow of fellow Australian Dawn Fraser. Making her debut in the 1962 Commonwealth Games in Perth (Perth, Western Australia), Bell was part of the winning 4 × 110 yd freestyle relay team, and placed 4th in the corresponding individual event. Two years later in Tokyo, Bell was a finalist in the 100 m freestyle, won by Fraser. She combined with Fraser, Robyn Thorn and Janice Murphy to finish second, 3.1 s behind the United States. At the 1966 Commonwealth Games in Kingston (Kingston, Jamaica), Jamaica, she collected a silver in the 100 yd freestyle, as well as silver and bronze in the freestyle and medley relays respectively. Bell competed in the 1968 Mexico City Olympics (1968 Summer Olympics), reaching the semifinal and final of the 100 m and 200 m freestyle events respectively. She finished fourth as part of the freestyle relay. '''Roy Gilchrist''' (28 June 1934 - 18 July 2001) was a West Indian (West Indies) cricketer who played 13 Tests (Test cricket) for the West Indies (West Indies cricket team) in the 1950s. He was born in Saint Thomas (Saint Thomas Parish, Jamaica), Jamaica and died of Parkinson's disease in St Catherine (Saint Catherine Parish, Jamaica), Jamaica at the age of 67. History The Industrial Revolution was a time of great population expansion and movement. Towns and cities expanded as the workforce moved into the new industrial areas resulting in the building of more than 4,000 churches during the mid 19th century and an upsurge of nonconformism led to a demand for even more buildings. The Church of England, influenced by Pugin (Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin), the Cambridge Camden Society and John Ruskin, was initially sceptical about corrugated iron buildings. However manufacturers found other markets, notably in the colonies of the British Empire where 19 such churches were erected in Melbourne, Australia (Melbourne) alone by 1851. A 65 feet by 40 feet church built entirely of cast (Cast iron) and wrought iron clad in corrugated iron was built in Jamaica at a cost of £1,000. commons:Jamaica


Argentina

was Rafael Grinfeld. In 1969 he was designated adjunct professor of UNLP's Department of Physics. The same year, he was made a member of the Research Career of the National Scientific and Technical Research Council (CONICET), Argentina. He is now a professor of physics at UNLP, and holds the title of Investigador Superior at CONICET. International career Commonly known as "Puppy", he has been an important player for the Costa Rica national football team at numerous levels, playing and captained in the under 20 2001 FIFA World Youth Championship held in Argentina, Commons:Category:Argentina Wikipedia:Argentina Dmoz:Regional South America Argentina


Washington, D.C.

supports had been washed away. (''Wonder Woman'' #237-238 November–December 1977 ) *Eliza Donner (c1840-1922) married Sherman O. Houghton in 1861. They had seven children and lived in San Jose, California, except for four years where they lived in Washington, D.C., while Sherman served in Congress. They moved to Long Beach, California around 1885. Eliza died in 1922. Research career After the war Sternglass married. In Washington, D.C. he worked as a civilian employee at the Naval Ordnance Laboratory which researched military weapons. Sternglass began studying night vision devices, which led him to work with radiation. In 1947, his first son was born, and he got a chance to meet Albert Einstein. The '''Cathedral of Our Merciful Saviour''' in Faribault (Faribault, Minnesota) is the oldest cathedral in Minnesota. Built 1862 - 1869, it was the first church in the Episcopal Church in the United States of America designed as a cathedral. The architect was James Renwick, Jr., who also designed St. Patrick's Cathedral (St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York) in New York (New York City) and the Smithsonian Institution Building in Washington (Washington, D.C.). On August 10, 1979, the cathedral and its guild house were added to the National Register of Historic Places. On February 19, 1982, there was a boundary increase to add the bishop's residence to the National Register. The '''Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing''', also known as '''AG Bell''', is a resource, support network and advocate for listening, learning, talking and living independently with hearing loss (Hearing impairment). Through publications, advocacy, training, scholarships and financial aid (financial aid (educational expenses)), AG Bell promotes the use of spoken language as well as hearing technology (Hearing aid) for children with hearing loss. It is headquartered in Washington, D.C., with chapters located throughout the United States and a network of international affiliates. Gutierrez held numerous individual exhibitions and is represented in many galleries and museums in New York (New York City), Los Angeles (Los Angeles, California), Chicago, Pasadena (Pasadena, California), Washington (Washington, D.C.), Great Britain, Osaka, Guayaquil, Quito, Mexico City, Munich, Havana, Guadalajara (Guadalajara, Jalisco), Monterrey, Panamá (Panama), and São Paulo. The '''Washington Coliseum''' is an indoor arena in Washington, D.C. located at 1132, 1140, and 1146 3rd Street, Northeast, Washington, D.C. It is directly adjacent to the railroad tracks, just north of Union Station (Union Station (Washington, D.C.)), and bounded by L and M Streets. It held 7,000 to 9,000 people for events. It hosted the Basketball Association of America's Washington Capitols, coached by Red Auerbach, and the American Basketball Association's Washington Caps. The '''D.C. Armory''' is an armory (Armory (military)) and a 10,000-seat multi-purpose arena located in Washington, D.C. managed by the Washington Convention and Sports Authority. The Armory was constructed "D.C. Armory a Versatile, Unsung Event Venue", ''Roll Call'', Kristin Coyner; October 27, 2009. and opened in 1941, as the headquarters, Contact us, at states.ng.mil armory, and training facility for the District of Columbia National Guard. In recent years it has also become a venue for a broad range of events. right Small grayscale map of Washington DC showing Georgia Avenue (Image:Georgia Ave DC.PNG) '''Georgia Avenue''' is a major north-south artery in Northwest (Northwest, Washington, D.C.) Washington, D.C. and Montgomery County, Maryland. Within the District of Columbia and a short distance in Silver Spring, Maryland, Georgia Avenue is also U.S. Route 29. Both Howard University and Walter Reed Army Medical Center are located on Georgia Avenue. Luis Cardinal Hispanic Man '''Luis Cardinal''', portrayed by Lenny Britos. Initially only known as "'''Hispanic Man'''", he was a Nicaraguan mercenary working for Cigarette Smoking Man. Cardinal was trained at the School of the Americas (Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation) facility, and was involved in the Iran-Contra affair, presumably as a hatchet man. Whilst briefly partnered with Alex Krycek, he killed Scully (Dana Scully)'s sister, Melissa (List of The X-Files characters#Melissa Scully), in a case of mistaken identity. He was also the man who shot Assistant Director Skinner, who survived. He was later taken into custody by the Washington, D.C. Police Department, and was then hanged in his cell with the appearance of suicide to keep him silent.


Germany

) and taught philosophy at the University of Jena (Friedrich Schiller University of Jena). thumb Nicholas Rescher (File:Nicholas Rescher 2.jpg) '''Nicholas Rescher''' (born July 15, 1928 in Hagen, Germany) is an American (United States) philosopher (philosophy) at the University of Pittsburgh. In a productive research career extending over six decades, Rescher has established himself as a systematic philosopher of the old style and author of a system of pragmatic idealism


United States

research career extending over six decades, Rescher has established himself as a systematic philosopher of the old style and author of a system of pragmatic idealism which weaves together threads of thought from continental idealism and American pragmatism. He is the exponent of a realistic pragmatism which, rejecting the deconstructive approach of some recent pragmatists, construes pragmatic efficacy as an evidential index for such normative features as truth and validity rather than being

-hoodbhoy doi accessdate 2011 date 2010 Later, he remained a post-doctoral research fellow at the University of Washington. Hoodbhoy, joined Institute of Physics, later Department of Physics as professor of Physics, since 1973. He engaged his research career extensively on Quantum field theory, Phenomenology (particle physics) Particle Phenomenology


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