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Montgomery, Alabama

Legislature in 1967. AUM offers programs of study leading to bachelor's (bachelor's degree), master's (master's degree), and specialist degrees in business, education, liberal arts, nursing, and sciences. The university enrolls more than 5,500 students, with an additional 10,000 enrolled in continuing education programs. In January 2007, the university moved toward branding itself as Auburn Montgomery. '''The Montgomery Academy''' is a non-sectarian independent school


Philadelphia

conservatory in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, that offers courses of study leading to a performance Diploma, Bachelor of Music, Master of Music in Opera, and Professional Studies Certificate in Opera. According to statistics compiled by ''U.S. News & World Report'', it has the lowest acceptance rate of any college or university, making it the most selective institution of higher education in the United States. "Best Colleges: Top 100 — Lowest Acceptance Rates" (as of "Fall 2008 Acceptance rate"). ''U.S. News & World Report''. Retrieved November 30, 2009. They drafted a constitution and bylaws by March 10, 1857, under the name New York Society of Architects. Thomas U. Walter, of Philadelphia, later suggested the name be changed to American Institute of Architects. The members signed the new constitution on April 15, 1857, having filed a certificate of incorporation two days earlier. The constitution was amended the following year with the mission "to promote the artistic, scientific, and practical profession of its members; to facilitate their intercourse and good fellowship; to elevate the standing of the profession; and to combine the efforts of those engaged in the practice of Architecture, for the general advancement of the Art." Architects in other cities were asking to join in the 1860s, by the 1880s chapters had been formed in Albany (Albany, New York), Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Cincinnati, Indianapolis (Indianapolis, Indiana), Philadelphia, Rhode Island, San Francisco, St. Louis (St. Louis, Missouri), and Washington, D.C. As of 2008, AIA has more than 300 chapters. Three years later, the Rhode Island General Assembly appointed Whipple commodore (Commodore (rank)) of two ships fitted out for the defense of the colony's trade. On the day the sea captain received his commission, 15 June 1775, he led his men to capture the tender to frigate HMS ''Rose'' (HMS Rose (1757)). After cruising in the vicinity of Narragansett Bay, he headed south to Bermuda to procure gunpowder for use by the colony and, on the return voyage, transported naval recruits to Philadelphia. Upon her arrival there, his ship, ''Katy'', was taken over by agents of the Continental Congress and was fitted out as sloop-of-war ''Providence'' (USS Providence (1775)).


Mexico

; and it has been found in some Cornish (Cornwall) mines. thumb right 250px Pyrargyrite silver ore from the Comstock Lode, Storey Co., Nevada, USA (Image:pyragyrite09.jpg) The '''Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies''', informally known as the "Ziegler School" or simply "Ziegler", is the graduate program of study leading to Ordination as Conservative Rabbis at the American Jewish University (formerly known as the University of Judaism). Founded in 1996 as a full-fledged


Brazil


Israel

; vol. ii in conjunction with Oscar Holtzmann) made him very widely known. The '''Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies''', informally known as the "Ziegler School" or simply "Ziegler", is the graduate program of study leading to Ordination as Conservative Rabbis at the American Jewish University (formerly known as the University of Judaism). Founded in 1996 as a full-fledged program of Rabbinic ordination on the West Coast - the first independent rabbinical school


Netherlands

in microscopes and telescopes. The '''Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies''', informally known as the "Ziegler School" or simply "Ziegler", is the graduate program of study leading to Ordination as Conservative Rabbis at the American Jewish University (formerly known as the University of Judaism). Founded in 1996 as a full-fledged program of Rabbinic ordination on the West Coast - the first independent rabbinical school on the West Coast - it ordained its first class


Australia

by the Royal Australian Navy. '''Skytrans''' is an Australian (Australia) airline and air charter business with bases in Cairns, Darwin (Darwin, Northern Territory), Brisbane and Perth (Perth, Western Australia). The airline flies regularly from Cairns and Brisbane to 23 locations within Queensland. The '''Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies''', informally known as the "Ziegler School" or simply "Ziegler", is the graduate program of study leading to Ordination


Canada

''', (born July 31, 1934) is a Canadian (Canada) endocrinologist, a distinguished professor emeritus of the University of Manitoba and the discoverer of prolactin, a hormone which stimulates lactation in mammary glands. The '''Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies''', informally known as the "Ziegler School" or simply "Ziegler", is the graduate program of study leading to Ordination as Conservative Rabbis


Germany

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France

grudgingly obey. Julien's mother comments that the Jewish diner appears to be a very distinguished gentleman. She insists that she has nothing against Jews, but would not object if the socialist politician Léon Blum were hanged. The '''Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies''', informally known as the "Ziegler School" or simply "Ziegler", is the graduate program of study leading to Ordination as Conservative Rabbis at the American Jewish University (formerly known


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