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University of Nebraska Administration - Howard Hawks
Home > Board of Regents > Board Members > Howard Hawks. Howard Hawks. District 2 Regent Howard Hawks Howard L. Hawks 1044 North 115th Street, ...
Asabi (Stephanie Howard) | LinkedIn
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Howards Estate Agents - Contact Us
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Howards Estate Agents
Howards Estate Agents ... Regent Road, Great Yarmouth, NR30 ... your home or property in Great Yarmouth, you'll find Howards Estate Agents offers a complete ...
Regent Capital: Our People
Howard's early career was in banking with Brown Shipley & Co., and in 1979 he set up ... She is now working in house supporting Regent Capital's business and legal affairs.
Sigma Nu Fraternity, Inc. • Past Regent Howard Pickett Elected ...
"We are so proud and appreciative of Howard's dedication to Sigma Nu and the interfraternal movement," said current Regent John R. "Jay" Pitts (South Carolina).
The Howard Group
Howard Property Group - Fully committed to sustainable investment value and delivering long ... October 2011 Appointments enhance and extend Howard Group's ...
Ward Howard Rowlett, Cambridge (Regent Street)
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The Howard Group
The strategically located trade counter and warehouse park, positioned just five minutes from Junction 10 of the M11, is an ideal fit into the Howard Group's portfolio of similar ...
Howard Foltz - School of Divinity - Regent University
Education. D.Min., Denver Theological Seminary; M.A., Assemblies of God Graduate School ; B.S., Southwestern Assemblies of God College; Courses Taught
Regent Alden apologizes for orangutan comment
University Regent Mark Alden apologized Friday for calling fellow Regent Linda Howard an orangutan on a local talk-radio ... Alden has publicly called for Howard's resignation ...
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Fear Can be Conquered to Allow a Person to Lead - Regent University
2012 School of Global Leadership &Entrepreneurship, Regent University. ISSN 1554-3145 ...... New York: Basic Books. Howard, S., & Johnson, B. (1998).
Finding the Holy Spirit at the Christian University ... - Regent University
Emotion, Reason, and the Human Brain, 2nd ed. (New York: Penguin, 2005), among other works. 40 Is this a stretch of Howard Gardner's by now classic Frames ...
IN THE DISTRICT COURT IN AND FOR TULSA COUNTY STATE OF ...
Regent; LINDSAY ROBERTS, f/k/a ORU ... HOWARD, ORU Regent; MYLES .... Doe(s) and Jane Doe(s) comprised The Board of Directors of Oral Roberts ...
Regent Howard disputes tenure for UNLV professor
Regent Howard disputes tenure for. UNLV professor. By Nick Mojave. CARSON CITY - Fireworks exploded again at the Nevada Board of Regents meeting ...
Regent Howard disputes tenure for UNLV professor
Regent Steve Sisolak, via e-mail Sunday, said he's talked with Howard about the Spencer issue. "She was very upset at some comments that Dr. Spencer had allegedly made ...
The Effect of Hispanic Ethnicity on the Leadership Process
... in Australia, Tiernan (2006) stated that former Prime Minister John Howard's PMO (prime ... Vol. 6 Iss. 3, 2011 © 2011 School of Global Leadership &Entrepreneurship, Regent ...
Christopher Reeve joins the men of the Epsilon Xi Chapter at Ole ...
Fraternally, C. David Nyman Regent Regent C. David Nyman (Southern Utah) receives the Regent's Badge from outgoing Regent Howard C. Pickett (North Carolina State) and Past ...
William Albert Howard (Elise Epperson Howard), Librarian ...
Outgoing regent Ronda Walker was with an honorary chapter regent's pin, an ... Harriett Howard's whole life is dedicated to the rs. She continues to ...
SALE & LEASEBACK OF CAFE ROYAL
L AW & M ORE Thursday, 28 August 2008 S ALE & L EASEBACK OF C AFE R OYAL SJ Berwin LLP and Howard Kennedy have advised The ... II Listed Café Royal block, at the southern end of Regent ...
Lincoln, Nebraska March 7, 2008
Regents present: Randolph M. Ferlic Chuck Hassebrook, Chairman Howard Hawks Jim McClurg ... Resolution s Regent McClurg presented the following Resolution: WHEREAS , David Solheim ...
MELBOURNE 2 in 1 Tour
Ever since Howard Carter's 1922 discovery, the story of Egypt's child pharaoh has ... new musical Love Never Dies will open on the 29 th May in Melbourne's Regent Theatre.
Major gallery showcases work of university's 'emerging artists'
"Howard's teaching methods represent best practices in education today," said Andrew ... He was known for keeping students as a top priority throughout his tenure as a regent.
REGENT RESOURCES ADDS TO THE MOMENTUM OF WELLPOINT IFS
... implement the WellPoint Integrated Financial System (IFS) as a replacement to Regent's ... Tom Mawhinney Investor Relations VP Sales & Marketing David Gordon / Grant Howard Phone ...
Gender Differences and Transformational Leadership Behavior: Do ...
Thomas W. Kent, Carrie A. Blair, Howard F. Rudd ... 2010 School of Global Leadership &Entrepreneurship, Regent ... leader behaves in a way that fits the follower’s ...

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On this day in History - Oct. 1
331 BC - Alexander the Great defeats Darius III of Persia in the Battle of Arbela.0208 - Alexandre Severo was born ( 0235). Roman emperor. 0366 - Eleio de So Dmaso I, papa at 11 de Dezembro de 0384. Nasceu em Idanha, no actual territrio de Portugal, por volta do ano 304, sendo o 37. pontfice romano. Era irmo de Santa Irene. 0642 - Subida ao trono do rei visigodo Chindasvinto. 0911 - During a siege in Constantinople, the Theotokos appeared at the church in Blachernae holding her veil over the praying faithful, among them St. Andrew of Constantinople.0959 - Edgar the Peaceable becomes king of all England. 0959 - King Edwin of England dies (b. 0941). 0965 - John XIII becomes Pope. 1040 - Alan III, Duke of Brittany dies poisoned (b. 0997). 1061 - Alexander II is elected Pope. 1189 - Gerard de Ridefort, grandmaster of the Templars since 1184 is killed in the Siege of Acre.1207 - King Henry III of England was born ( 1272). 1273 - Rudolf of Hapsburg was elected emperor in Germany. 1310 - Beatrice of Burgundy dies (b. 1257). Lady of Bourbon.1404 - Pope Boniface IX dies (b. 1356). 1470 - Nascia Isabel de Arago, filha de Fernando V e de Isabel I de Castela ( 1498).1471 - Frederick I of Denmark was born ( 1573). 1499 - Marsilio Ficino dies (b. 1433). Italian philosopher. 1500 - John Alcock dies. English Catholic bishop. 1507 - Giacomo Barozzi da Vignola was born ( 1573). Italian architect . 1540 - Johann Jakob Grynaeus was born (d. 1617). Swiss protestant clergyman. 1549 - Anna of H Bartolomaeus was born. She was a Flemish prioress and founded a nunnery. 1567 - Pietro Carnesecchi dies (b. 1508). Italian humanist. 1570 - Frans Floris dies (b. 1520). Flemish painter. 1574 - Marten Jacobszoon Heemskerk van Veen dies (b. 1498). Dutch painter. 1577 - Fidelis of Sigmaringen was born (d. 1622). Swiss friar, martyr and saint.1578 - Don John of Austria dies (b. 1547). Military leader. 1588 - Execution of Blessed Edward James, Christian martyr. 1609 - Giammateo Asola dies. Italian composer. 1620 - Nicolaes Pieterszoon Berchem was born (d. 1683). Dutch painter. 1644 - Alessandro Stradella was born (d. 1682). Italian violinist and composer. 1671 - Guido Grandi was born (d. 1742). Italian mathematician. 1684 - Pierre Corneille dies (b. 1606). French author. 1685 - Charles VI, Holy Roman Emperor was born (d. 1740). 1691 - Arthur Onslow was born (d. 1768). English politician. 1693 - Pedro Abarca dies (b. 1619). Spanish theologian. 1708 - John Blow dies (b. 1649). British composer. 1730 - Richard Stockton was born (d. 1781). American attorney, signer of the Daclaration of Independence. 1760 - William Thomas Beckford was born (d. 1844). English writer and politician. 1768 - Robert Simson dies (b. 1687). Scottish mathematician. 1771 - Pierre Baillot was born (d. 1842). French violinist and composer.1774 - Marqus de Pombal publica decreto que sepulta a Inquisio portuguesa.1775 - Execuo de Joo Batista Pele, acusado de ter planeado um atentado contra o Marqus de Pombal.1777 - Assinatura do tratado de Santo Ildefonso entre Portugal e Espanha. 1787 - Russians under Suvorov defeat the Turks at Kinburn. 1788 - Nguyen Hue declares himself emperor of Viet Nam. 1791 - First session of the French Legislative Assembly. 1791 - Sergei Aksakov was born (d. 1859). Russian writer.1795 - Belgium is conquered by France. 1795 - Robert Bakewell dies (b. 1725). English agriculturist who revolutionized sheep and cattle breeding in England by methodical selection, inbreeding, and culling. 1800 - Spain cedes Louisiana to France via Treaty of San Ildefonso. 1800 - Lars Levi Laestadius was born (d. 1861). Swedish-born botanist and founder of Laestadianism.1801 - O Tratado de Amiens assinado pondo fim ao conflito comeado na Primavera de 1792 com as sucessivas declaraes de guerra da Frana revolucionria s potncias europeias. 1804 - William Stokes was born (d. 10 Jan 1878). Physician and the leading representative of the Irish, or Dublin, school of anatomical diagnosis, which emphasized clinical examination of patients in forming a diagnosis. 1805 - Antnia Pusich was born in Cape Vert (d. 6 Oct. 1883). First Portuguese journalist woman.1811 - The first steamboat to sail the Mississippi arrives in New Orleans. 1814 - Opening of the Congress of Vienna, intended to redraw the Europe's political map after the defeat of Napoleon the previous spring. 1827 - The Russian army under Ivan Paskevich storms Yerevan, ending a millennium of Muslim domination in Armenia. 1827 - Walter Howell Deverell was born. American painter.1827 - Wilhelm Mller dies (b. 7 Oct 1794). German poet.1829 - South African College founded in Cape Town, South Africa; later to become the University of Cape Town. 1833 - Lusa Todi died. Portuguese opera singer. 1835 - Jlio Csar Machado was born. Portuguese writer.1835 - dm Politzer was born (d. 1920). Austrian physician.1837 - Nicols Avellaneda was born. President of Argentine. 1837 - Robert Clark dies (b. 1777). American politician.1838 - Charles Tennant dies (b. 1768). Scottish chemist and industrialist.1842 - Charles Cros was born ( d. 9 Aug 1888). French inventor and poet whose work in several fields foreshadowed or paralleled important developments.1843 - The News of the World began publication in London. 1847 - German inventor and industrialist Werner von Siemens founds Siemens AG & Halske1854 - The watch company founded in 1850 in Roxbury by Aaron Lufkin Dennison relocates to Waltham, Massachusetts to become the Waltham Watch Company, a pioneer in the American System of Watch Manufacturing. 1862 - Esther Boise Van Deman was born (d. 3 May 1937). American archaeologist. 1864 - Rose Greenhow dies (b. 1817). American Confederate spy. 1864 - Juan Jos Flores y Aramburu dies. President of Ecuador. 1865 - Paul Dukas was born (d. 1935). French composer. 1867 - Karl Marx' "Das Kapital," was published. 1869 - Austria issues the world's first postcards.1870 - Josiah Edward Spurr was born (d. 1950). American geologist.1876 - James Lick dies (b. 1796). California land baron. 1878 - Othmar Spann was born (d. 1950). Austrian philosopher and economist. 1880 - John Philip Sousa becomes leader of the United States Marine Corps Band. 1880 - First electric lamp factory opened by Thomas Edison. 1881 - William Boeing was born (d. 1956). American engineer. 1885 - Louis Untermeyer was born (d. 1977). American author. 1886 - U.S. mint in Carson City, Nevada closes. 1886 - Paul Morgan was born ( 1938). Austrian actor and comedian. 1887 - Baluchistan conquered by the British Empire.1888 - National Geographic magazine published for 1st time. 1889 - Nagoya is founded. 1889 - Soccer team HFC Haarlem forms. 1890 - The Yosemite National Park is established by Congress. 1890 - Stanley Holloway was born (d. 1982). British actor. 1891 - In California, Stanford University opens its doors. 1892 - Emilio Pettoruti was born. Argentine painter.1893 - Cliff Friend was born (d. 1974). American songwriter.1893 - Yip Man was born (d. 1972). Martial Arts Master.1894 - First meeting of The Owl Club of Cape Town. 1894 - Antnio Alves Martins was born in Viseu (d. 22 Feb. 1929). Portuguese poet and journalist.1896 - Liaquat Ali Khan was born (d. 1951). First Prime Minister of Pakistan. 1896 - Ted Healy was born (d. 1937). American actor and comedian. 1898 - Czar Nicholas II expels Jews from major Russian cities 1898 - The Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration is founded under the name k.u.k. Exportakademie. 1899 - Ernest Haycox was born (d. 1950). American writer.1900 - Tom Goddard was born (d. 1966). English cricketer. 1901 - Abdur Rahman Khan dies (b. c. 1844). Afghan amir. 1903 - Baseball: The Boston Americans play the Pittsburgh Pirates in the first game of the modern World Series. 1903 - Vladimir Horowitz was born (d. 1989). Ukrainian pianist.1904 - A.K. Gopalan was born (d. 1977). Indian communist leader.1904 - Otto Robert Frisch was born in Vienna (d. 1979). Austrian-born British nuclear. physicist who, with his aunt Lise Meitner, described the division of neutron-bombarded uranium into lighter elements. 1905 - Frantiek Pavlk is killed in a demonstration in Prague, inspiring Leo Janek to the piano composition 1. X. 1905. 1908 - Ford puts the Model T car on the market at a price of US$825.1909 - Maurice Bardche was born (d. 1998). French fascist.1909 - Sam Yorty was born (d. 1998). Mayor of Los Angeles.1910 - A large bomb destroys the Los Angeles Times building in downtown Los Angeles, California, killing 21.1910 - Bonnie Parker was born (d. 1934). American outlaw.1910 - Fritz Kberle was born ( 1983). Austrian-born, Brazilian physician and scientist. 1910 - Jos Enrique Moyal was born (d. 1998). Australian mathematical physicist.1910 - A large bomb destroys the Los Angeles Times building in downtown Los Angeles, California, killing 20. 1911 - Wilhelm Dilthey dies. German philosopher. 1913 - Helio Gracie was born (d. 2009). Martial Arts Master.1913 - Eugene O'Keefe dies (b. 1827). Canadian businessman and philanthropist.1914 - Daniel J. Boorstin was born (d. 2004). American historian, writer, and Librarian of Congress. (Empire of Czar). He won a Pulitzer Prize in 1974 .1915 - Jerome Seymour Bruner was born in New York City. American psychologist and educator whose work on perception, learning, memory, and other aspects of cognition in young children has, along with the related work of Jean Piaget, influenced the American educational system.1917 - Cahal Cardinal Daly was born. Cardinal Archbishop Emeritus of Armagh.1918 - World War I: Arab forces under T. E. Lawrence (aka "Lawrence of Arabia") capture Damascus. 1920 - Sir Percy Cox landed in Basra to assume his responsibilities as high commissioner in Iraq. 1920 - Walter Matthau was born (d. 2000). American actor. 1921 - James Whitmore was born. American actor. 1924 - Jimmy Carter was born. 39th President of the United States. 1924 - William Rehnquist was born (d. 2005). Chief Justice of the United States. 1925 - Bob Boyd was born (d. 2004). American baseball player. 1926 - An oil field accident cost aviator Wiley Post his left eye, but he used the settlement money to buy his first aircraft. 1926 - Arirang premiers in Seoul. 1926 - Roger Williams was born. American pianist. 1927 - Tom Bosley was born. American actor. 1927 - Sandy Gall was born. Malaysian-born British journalist and newscaster.1928 - The Soviet Union introduces its First Five-Year Plan.1928 - Laurence Harvey was born (d. 1973). Lithuanian-born actor.1928 - George Peppard was born (d. 1994). American actor.1928 - Willy Mairesse was born (d. 1969). Belgian racing driver.1928 - Zhu Rongji was born. Chinese politician.1929 - Ken Arthurson was born. Australian rugby league identity.1929 - Antoine Bourdelle dies (b. 1861). French sculptor.1930 - Frank Gardner was born. Australian racing driver.1930 - Naimatullah Khan was born. Pakistani politician and ex-mayor of Karachi.1930 - Philippe Noiret was born. French actor.1930 - Sir Richard Harris was born (d. 2002). Irish actor.1931 - The George Washington Bridge linking New Jersey and New York opens. 1931 - The second (and current) Waldorf-Astoria Hotel is opened in New York. 1931 - Spain: The II Republic recognizes to women the right to vote. 1931 - Sylvano Bussotti was born. Italian composer. 1932 - Albert Collins was born (d. 1993). Blues guitarist. 1934 - Emilio Botn was born. Spanish banker, presidente del BSCH. 1935 - Julie Andrews was born. British actress and singer Mary Poppins. 1936 - Francisco Franco is named head of the Nationalist government of Spain. 1936 - Duncan Edwards was born (d. 1958). English footballer.1936 - Stella Stevens was born. American actress.1937 - The Japanese city Handa is founded in Aichi Prefecture.1938 - Germany annexes the Sudetenland. 1939 - After a one-month Siege of Warsaw, hostile forces entered the city. 1939 - Geoffrey Whitehead was born. English actor.1939 - George Archer was born (d. 2005). American golfer.1939 - George R. Carruthers was born. African-American astrophysicist who was the principal inventor of a new space camera to measure ultraviolet light which can be used to identify interstellar atoms and molecules.1940 - The Pennsylvania Turnpike, often considered the first superhighway in the United States, opens to traffic.1942 - USS Grouper torpedoes Lisbon Marunot knowing she was carrying British PoWs from Hong Kong.1942 - First flight of the Bell XP-59 "Aircomet".1942 - Frank Gardner was born. Australian formula one driver.1942 - Jean-Pierre Jabouille was born. French race car driver.1943 - World War II: Naples falls to Allied soldiers.1943 - Angle Arsenault was born. Canadian-Acadian singer and songwriter.1943 - Jean-Jacques Annaud was born. French film director. 1943 - Jerry Martini was born. American saxophonist (Sly & the Family Stone) 1945 - Spider Sabich was born (d. 1976). American skiier.1945 - Donny Hathaway was born (d. 1979). American soul musician and composer.1945 - Ellen McIlwaine was born. American singer/songwriter.1945 - Rod Carew was born. Panamanian baseball player.1945 - Walter Bradford Cannon dies (b. 19 Oct 1871). American neurologist and physiologist who was the first to use X-rays in physiological studies.1946 - Mensa International is founded in the United Kingdom.1946 - Nazi leaders sentenced at Nuremberg Trials. 1946 - Tim O'Brien was born. American writer.1947 - The F-86 Sabre flies for the first time.1947 - Aaron Ciechanover was born. Israeli biologist, recipient of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry1947 - Adriano Tilgher was born. Italian politician.1947 - Mariska Veres was born (d. 2006). Dutch singer (Shocking Blue).1947 - Stephen Collins was born. American actor.1948 - Cub Koda was born (d. 2000). American singer. 1949 - The People's Republic of China is declared by Mao Zedong. 1949 - Republic of China (Taiwan) forms on island of Formosa. 1949 - First rectangular television tubes manufactured by Kimble Glass.1949 - Isaac Bonewits was born. American author. 1950 Elpida was born. Greek singer and Eurovision contestant (Sokrati, Tora Zo).1950 - Jeane Manson was born. American singer and actress. 1950 - Randy Quaid was born. American actor. 1952 - Jacques Martin was born. Canadian hockey coach and executive. 1953 - Grete Waitz was born in Oslo. Norwegian athlete, marathoner.1953 - John Hegley was born. British poet. 1953 - Pete Falcone was born. American baseball player. 1953 - Klaus Wowereit was born. German politician. 1953 - Edwin Joseph Cohn dies (b. 17 Dec 1892). American biochemist who helped develop the methods of cold ethanol blood fractionation (the separation of plasma proteins into fractions). 1954 - Martin Strel was born. Slovenian swimmer. 1955 - Duko Tadi was born. Bosnian Serb who was charged with crimes against humanity.1955 - Howard Hewett was born. American R & B singer.1955 - Charles Christie dies (b. 1880). American film studio owner.1956 - Andrus Ansip was born. Estonian Prime-Minister.1956 - Theresa May was born. British politician. 1957 - First appearance of "In God We Trust" on paper currency. 1957 - Stelios Mainas was born. Greek actor.1957 - Yvette Freeman was born. American actress. 1958 - NASA created to replace NACA. 1958 - Masato Nakamura was born. Japanese musician.1958 - Robert Falk dies (b. 1886). Russian painter.1959 - Youssou N'Dour was born in Dakar. Senegalese composer and singer (Shaking the tree). 1960 - Nigeria gains independence from the United Kingdom. 1960 - Cyprus gains its independence from the United Kingdom. 1961 - East and West Cameroon merge as Federal Republic of Cameroon. 1961 - Baseball: Roger Maris sets new record for most home runs in a single season with 61, surpassing Babe Ruth's previous mark of 60.1961 Corrie van Zyl was born. Former South African cricketer.1961 - Gary Ablett was born. Australian rules footballer. 1961 - Rico Constantino was born. American professional wrestler.1961 - Robert Rey was born. Brazilian-American plastic surgeon and television personality 1962 - A Amnistia Internacional fundada em Londres, por Sean Mac Bride e Peter Bernson. 1962 - Johnny Carson begins a 30-year run as the host of The Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson at NBC. 1962 - Esai Morales was born. American actor. 1962 - Paul Walsh was born. English footballer.1963 - California State Board of Education created. 1963 - Jean-Denis Dltraz was born. Swiss race car driver. 1963 - Mark McGwire was born. American baseball player. 1964 - Marco Aurlio Robles becomes President of Panama. 1964 - Free Speech Movement is launched on the campus of University of California, Berkeley. 1964 - Japanese Shinkansen (or, "bullet trains") begin high-speed rail service from Tokyo to Osaka1964 - Harry Hill was born. British comedian.1964 - Jonathan Sarfati was born. Australian-born chess player, scientist, and author.1964 - Max Matsuura was born. Japanese record producer.1965 - General Suharto crushes an attempted coup in Indonesia. 1965 - Apostasia, a political move in Greece designed by the former King of Greece Constantine II and executed by a group of politicians (led by the later PM of Greece Constantine Mitsotakis) who have betrayed and overthrown the Prime Minister George Papandreou in Greece in favour of the formerly King of Greece.1965 - Andreas Keller was born. German field hockey player.1965 - Chris Reason was born. Australian journalist.1965 - Cindy Margolis was born. American model and actress.1965 - Cliff Ronning was born. Canadian ice hockey player.1965 - Ted King was born. American actor.1966 - West Coast Airlines Flight 956 crashes with eighteen fatal injuries and no survivors 5.5 miles south of Wemme, Oregon. This accident marks the first loss of a DC-9.1966 - Christopher Titus was born. American actor/comedian. 1966 - Cuco Ziganda was born. Spanish footballer.1966 - George Weah was born. Liberian football player.1967 - Daniel Timofte was born. Romanian footballer.1967 - Scott Young was born. American hockey player. 1967 - Mike Pringle was born. American football player. 1968 - The Guyanese government takes over the British Guiana Broadcasting Service (BGBS). 1968 - Jon Guenther was born. American author. 1968 - Rob Collard was born. British racing driver. 1969 - The Concorde supersonic transport plane breaks the sound barrier for the first time. 1969 - Em Lisboa, inaugurao da sede e museu da Fundao Calouste Gulbenkian, projectada pelos arquitectos Alberto Jos Pessoa, Ruy Athoughia e Pedro Cid. 1969 - Igor Ulanov was born. National Hockey League defenseman.1969 Marcus Stephen was born. Nauruan weightlifter and politician, current President of Nauru.1969 - Ori Kaplan was born. Israeli jazz musician. 1970 - Alexei Zhamnov was born. Russian hockey player. 1970 - Gam Wu-seong was born. South Korean actor.1970 Jung Joon-ho was born. South Korean actor and singer1970 - Moses Kiptanui was born in Kenya. Athlet 1996 Olympics silver. 1970 - Simon Davey was born. Barnsley football manager. 1970 - Raoul Riganti dies (b. 1893). Argentine racing driver.1971 - Walt Disney World opens in Orlando, Florida. 1971 - Andrew O'Keefe was born. Australian television personality. 1971 - Gigi Lai was born. Hong Kong actress.1971 - Song Il Gook was born. Korean actor.1972 - 2nd New York City Women's Marathon won by Nina Kuscsik in 3:08:41. 1972 - 3rd New York City Marathon won by Sheldon Karlin in 2:27:52.1972 Jean Paulo Fernandes was born. Brazilian footballer.1972 Ronen Altman Kaydar was born. Israeli author.1972 - Louis Leakey dies (b. 7 Aug 1903). Archaeologist and anthropologist1973 - Jana Henke was born. German swimmer. 1973 - John Thomson was born. American baseball player.1973 - Rachid Chkhmani was born. French runner.1974 - Portugal : O general Costa Gomes toma posse como presidente da Repblica do III Governo Provisrio, aps a renncia do general Antnio de Spnola. 1974 - Christian Borle was born. American actor.1974 - Keith Duffy was born. Irish singer (Boyzone) and actor.1974 - Mats Lindgren was born. Swedish ice hockey player. 1974 - Spyridon Marinatos dies (b. 4 Nov 1901). Greek archaeologist whose most notable discovery was the site of an ancient port city on the island of Thera, in the southern Aegean Sea 1975 - The Seychelles gain internal self-government. 1975 - The Ellice Islands split from Gilbert Islands and take the name Tuvalu. 1975 - Thrilla in Manila: Muhammad Ali defeats Joe Frazier in a boxing match in Manila. 1975 - Al Jackson was born (b. 1935). American drummer (Booker T. & the M.G.'s) 1975 - Chulpan Khamatova was born. Russian actress. 1975 - Kim Suna was born. Korean actress.1975 - Zoltn Sebescen was born. German footballer.1976 - empossado o Governo Regional da Madeira. 1976 - Antonio Roybal was born. American painter and sculptor.1976 - Denis Gauthier was born. Canadian hockey player.1976 - Dora Venter was born. Hungarian pornographic film actress.1976 - Inna Zobova was born in Khimky. Russian actress. 1976 - Mandisa was born. American singer. 1976 - mit Karan was born. Turkish footballer. 1977 - Brazilian soccer star Pel retires. 1977 - Claudia Palacios was born. Colombian journalist.1977 - Jeffrey van Hooydonk was born. Belgian race car driver. 1978 - The Voltaic Revolutionary Communist Party is founded. 1978 - Tuvalu (formerly Ellice Islands) declares independence from UK. 1978 - Andrew JC Jackson was born. Australian Surf Lifesaver. 1978 - Leticia Cline was born. American model and TV Personality1979 - Alhaji Shehu Shagari assumes the Presidency of Nigeria. 1979 - United States returns sovereignty of the Panama canal to Panama. 1979 - Activision founded. 1979 - Cameron Bruce was born. Australian rules footballer.1979 - Gilberto Martnez was born. Costa Rican football player.1979 - Marko Stanojevic was born. English-born Italian rugby player.1979 - Rudi Johnson was born. American football player.1980 - George Meany dies (b. 1894). American trade union leader. 1980 - Fernanda Vogel was born. Brazilian model.1981 - Arnau Riera was born. Spanish footballer.1981 - Johnny Oduya was born. Swedish ice hockey player. 1981 - Jlio Baptista was born. Brazilian footballer. 1982 - Helmut Kohl replaces Helmut Schmidt as Chancellor of Germany through a Constructive Vote of No Confidence. 1982 - EPCOT Center opens at Walt Disney World1982 - Sony launches the first consumer compact disc player (model CDP-101).1982 - Haruna Babangida was born. Nigerian footballer.1982 - Sandra Oxenryd was born. Swedish singer. 1983 - Horizons opens at EPCOT Center, Walt Disney World in Florida, United States. 1983 - Ashley Green was born. Yorkshire author and comic.1983 - Mirko Vuini was born. Montenegrin footballer.1984 - Daniel Guilln was born. Spanish footballer. 1984 - Matt Cain was born. American baseball player. 1984 - Walter Alston dies (b. 1911). Baseball player.1985 - The Israeli air force bombs PLO Headquarters in Tunis. 1985 - Dizzee Rascal was born. British musician.1985 - Nazimuddin Ahmed was born. Bangladeshi cricketer.1985 - Revazi Zintiridis was born. Greek judoka.1985 - Tim Deasy was born. English footballer.1985 - Ryo Miyamori was born. Japanese singer. 1985 - E. B. White dies (b. 1899). American author. 1986 - Hammer DeRoburt assume (pela 3 vez) a presidncia de Nauru. 1986 - Jurnee Smollett was born. American actress.1986 - Justin Westhoff was born. Australian rules footballer.1986 - Ricardo Vaz T was born. Portuguese footballer.1986 - Sayaka was born. Japanese singer.1987 - The Whittier Narrows earthquake shook the San Gabriel Valley, registering as a magnitude 5.9. 1987 Hiroki Aiba was born. Japanese actor, singer.1987 Lionel Ainsworth was born. English footballer.1988 - Mikhail Gorbachev is named head of the Supreme Soviet 1988 - Cariba Heine was born. Australian actress.1988 Jorge Nez was born. Puerto Rican singer.1988 - Sacheverell Sitwell dies (b. 1897). English writer. 1989 - Denmark: World's first legal modern same-sex civil union called "registered partnership"1990 - Serbs in Croatia proclaimed autonomy. 1990 - Curtis LeMay dies (b. 1906). American Air Force general.1991 - New Zealand's Resource Management Act 1991 commences.1992 - Turkish destroyer TCG Muavenet (DM-357) destroyed by two Sea Sparrow missiles launched by U.S. aircraft carrier USS Saratoga.1992 - Cartoon Network debuts. 1992 - Petra Kelly dies (b. 1947). German politician. 1993 - Polly Klaas is kidnapped by Richard Allen Davis during a slumber party at her Petaluma, California, home; Davis will be sentenced to death for her murdering Klaas. 1994 - Andr Lwoff dies. French physician. Nobel Prize in Medicine laureate in 1965. 1994 - Palau gains independence from the United Nations (trusteeship administered by the United States of America).1994 - Carlos Lleras Restrepo dies. President of Colombia (1966-70).1994 - Em So Tom e Prncipe, o MLSTP/PSD vence as eleies legislativas. 1994 - Paul Lorenzen dies (b. 1915), German philosopher.1995 - O PS ganha as eleies em Portugal levando Antnio Guterres ao cargo de Primeiro Ministro. 1995 - Em Portugal, entra em vigor o novo Cdigo Penal. 1995 - Sheik Omar Abdel-Rahman and nine other defendants were convicted in New York of conspiring to attack the United States through bombings, assassinations and kidnappings.1997 - Sam Verlinden was born. New Zealand child singer and actor.1997 - Jerome H. Lemelson dies (b. 1923). American inventor. 1998 - Vladimir Putin became a permanent member of the Security Council of the Russian Federation. 1998 - ICANN assumes responsibility for selling top-level domain names for the Internet. 1998 - Mika Hakkinen sagra-se campeo mundial de Frmula 1. 1998 - Pauline Julien dies (b. 1928). French Canadian singer.2000 - 27th Olympic games close at Sydney, Australia.2000 - Reginald Kray dies (b. 1933). British gangster.2000 - Robert Allen dies (b. 1928). Pianist and songwriter. 2001 - Victoria Beckham's debut solo album is released. 2001 - Guy Beaulne dies (b. 1921). French Canadian actor and theatre director.2002 - Walter Annenberg dies. American publisher and philanthropist.2003 - Charlotte Cleverley-Bisman was born. New Zealand medical figure.2004 - Baseball: Seattle Mariners outfielder Ichiro Suzuki makes his 258th hit of the season, breaking George Sisler's 84-year-old single-season record. 2004 - Richard Avedon dies (b. 1923). American photographer. 2004 - Bruce Palmer dies (b. 1946). Canadian musician (Buffalo Springfield). 2004 - Spain's Socialist government approved a controversial law that would give gay and lesbian couples the same right to marry, divorce and adopt children as heterosexuals2004 - The United Nations launched a massive voluntary repatriation program to return an estimated 340,000 Liberian refugees still scattered across West Africa. 2005 - Almost exactly three years after a similar event, a bombing kills 23 people in Bali. 2005 - Bombing kills 23 people in Bali. 2006 - Age discrimination in employment is made illegal in the United Kingdom. 2006 - Jerald Tanner dies (b. 1938). American religious activist.2006 - Andr Viger dies (b. 1952). French Canadian wheelchair marathoner.2007 - Most of the Racial and Religious Hatred Act 2006 came into force in the United Kingdom.2007 - Smoking age raised from 16 to 18 in United Kingdom.2007 - Al Oerter dies (b. 1936). American track and field athlete.2007 - Chris Mainwaring dies (b. 1965). Australian rules footballer.2007 - Harry Lee dies (b. 1932). Sheriff of Jefferson Parish, Louisiana.2007 - Ned Sherrin dies (b. 1931). English broadcaster, author and stage director.2007 - Ronnie Hazlehurst dies (b. 1928). English conductor and theme song composer.2008 - John Biddle dies (b. 1925). American yachting cinematographer and lecturer.2008 - Nick Reynolds dies (b. 1933). American folk musician (The Kingston Trio).2009 - The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom, which acquired the judicial functions of the House of Lords, begins work.World Health Organization - World Hepatitis Awareness Day.International Day of Older Persons.Republic of Cyprus Independence Day.Nigeria - National Day.Tuvalu - Independence Day.Palau - Independence Day, celebrates the independence from the UN Trust Territory status in 1994.People's Republic of China National Day.San Marino two Captains Regent, elected by parliament, take office for six months.Roman Catholic Feast days of Saint Saint Thrse de Lisieux and Saint Bavo.World Vegetarian Day.Singapore - Children's Day.Armenia - Teachers' Day.International Music Day.Dia Nacional da gua (Portugal).
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Obama repeats history
The mechanations of the Obama Drama mirror the Tudor reign in Merry Old England, compleat with Queen Regent, pretenders to the throne, turf warfare and incestous appointments to power. Plug in Prince Hal, the Howards, Boleyns, Henrys VII & VIII, princesses, courtiers etc. Long live the King
The Genesis of Michele Bachmann: A Legal Creation Myth
After launching ORU’s law school, and later helping with Regent University’s 1986 takeover and launch of a public policy program, Titus ran on Constitution Party founder Howard Phillips’ presidential ticket in 1996. The stated goal of the Constitution Party “is to restore American jurisprudence to its Biblical foundations and to limit the federal government to its Constitutional boundaries.” That includes, for example, “affirm[ing] the rights of states and localities to proscribe offensive sexual behavior” (i.e., homosexuality) and “oppos[ing] all efforts to impose a new sexual legal order through the federal court system” (i.e., civil unions, marriage equality, or adoption by LGBT people). It is more extreme than the Republican Party platform, to be sure, but the GOP is hardly devoid of allies of the Constitution Party, including Sharron Angle, who ran for Senate in Nevada last year, and presidential candidate Ron Paul.
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Ed Miliband and Me
Fun fact: I once had dinner with Ed Miliband. And, on another occasion, played with his BlackBerry when we were both at a picnic on Regents Park. I point this out not to show off or at least, not purely for that reason. Rather, to illustrate just how rapidly he has risen and share some thoughts on his suitability for the position hes ascended to. I first became aware of Ed Miliband in the autumn of 2003. As you may now, Ed (I sense that people are going to refer to him generally as Ed rather than Miliband) spent 2003-4 teaching at Harvard University. This is widely-known because it meant that he was out of the UK and away from Government around the time of the Iraq war, which has helped him no end since. I was studying at Harvard in 2003-4. Not long after I arrived, the campus was covered overnight with posters advertising a course called Whats Left? and subtitled something like the future of social democracy in Europe. And by covered, I mean plastered. The bloody things were everywhere. Advertising for courses, especially new courses, is common at the start of the year at Harvard like elsewhere. But there were three or four of these for any one of anyone elses. The course, needless to say, was being run and taught by one E. Miliband. Hes David Milibands brother, someone explained. I was only dimly aware of David Miliband, so the existence of his brother didnt particularly excite me, and I didnt take the course. But I was told the first lecture was literally overflowing ,with over 500 prospective students turning up. Crikey, Ed apparently said when he walked in. I guess advertising does work. A few weeks later, a friend of mine who did do Eds course arranged for us the British grad student contingent to go out for dinner with him. He was, bluntly, spectacularly unimpressive. He was pleasant, friendly, with a slight aloofness that transparently arose more from shyness than any wish to maintain distance. But, my God, he was dull. Nobody expects a senior special adviser, as he was then, to be a scintillating wit. But Ed really was strikingly lacking in casual conversation. Normally Labour politics nerds can talk about football, or where theyre from when trying to avoid politics as a topic. Conservatives will talk about opera or their holidays or their investments (Im generalising, but less than you might think). But Ed? Nothing. He seemed a nice, shy, geeky wonk. Dont get me wrong- in a group of Harvard grad students, this didnt stick out. (Indeed, I myself was an insufferably pretentious little shite back then, and remember tipsily regaling Ed with my predictions for the British political landscape.*) But if you had said to me then that Ed would become an MP, Id have been surprised. If youd said hed become first a minister, and then Labour leader, Id have laughed out loud. Two years later, I went to a picnic in Regents Park organised by the same friend whod arranged the dinner. Id seen Eds Parliament email address on the email arranging the event, and smirked to myself, thinking theres no way hell turn up. He was, after all, an MP by this point, and expected to quickly become a minister. But there he was, relaxing with loose acquaintances ten years his junior. He seemed fractionally more at ease with himself; hardly surprising, given his rise in status and no longer being in abroad. But he still seemed rather ineffectual. At one point I noticed his BlackBerry lying on the grass. Id never seen one before, and absent-mindedly picked it up and fiddled with it a bit. Then it dawned on me that it probably had, you know, emails from the Chancellor on it. Sorry, I said, handing it to him, theres probably things on here I shouldnt see. He waved to say, carry on. Not really, he said slightly ruefully. These two sides to Ed have both been on display in the last few months. His campaign, with its frank stream of denunciations of New Labour policy and its slow chipping away at Davids lead, reflected the quiet determination with which Ed won himself an overflowing lecture theatre for his first Harvard class. But when he unexpectedly won, and took the stage looking as terrified as a kid before an A-level exam; when he paused for several seconds before tentatively beginning his career as Labour leader with a quietly mumbled address conference; all the way through that speech and much of Tuesdays, to be honest, all I could see was the shy, aloof, geeky, uncomfortable man from the dinner party, a man with clearly a significant intellect but very little to actually say for himself. What are we to make of this? Despite its supposed obsession with surface and personality, the press has spent comparatively little time in the last week discussing Eds looks, voice and mannerisms, choosing to focus instead on his supposedly leftwing leanings and his beholdenness-or-otherwise to the unions. But Im sure that to any regular citizen watching on Saturday, their primary impression would not be who is that dangerous unionist? but who is that ugly man with the nasal voice? Those who supported Ed swear that he is a better communicator than his brother. David is a policy geek, they argue, getting bogged down in the details, while Eds speeches have narrative and vision. This may be true, although Davids (what to make of the fact that Edward is always Ed but David is never Dave?) valedictory speech on Tuesday showed he has developed a knack for the vision thing himself over the last few months. Ive never met David Miliband and only seen him speak once or twice, so I cant judge in too much detail. But I suspect these people are confusing the brothers words with their delivery. Ed may, on paper, give better speeches. But he gives them badly. He pauses at inappropriate moments; he looks still and dead much of the time, though he usually perks up at the end; he pulls faces. My god, does he pull faces. I tried to watch his acceptance speech on YouTube earlier in the week, but the connection was slow, so I only got a frame a second or so. Each second, Ed was pulling a different, ridiculous face. And, of course, he closes his eyes a bewildering amount. As I watched the speech on Tuesday I had a horrible feeling The Sun would use a picture of him with his eyes closed the next day, and they duly did. I am being a tiny bit flippant, but really only slightly. Journalists tend to talk about Blairs electability primarily in terms of Labours move to the centre, and thats all well and good. But Blair was also attractive because he was normal looking, a passionate speaker, confident in his own skin, and seemed to have a life outside politics. His claims to like the Foo Fighters and football may have been a pretence, but it was a pretence that was quite important. By contrast, when Ed was asked on ITVs Daybreak what music he likes, he mumbled something about embarrassing cheesy 80s. The arent-I-an-old-fuddy-duddy approach is fine for older politicians or those like David Cameron who need to present themselves primarily as pragmatic and serious. But if Ed is serious about his new generation angle, and wants to grasp the mantle of energy and reform, he needs to seem unapologetically well-rounded. Does all this mean Labour chose the Wrong Brother? I fear it might. But, as they say, we are where we are. What matters now is that Ed has not only to carefully control his political message in order to bury Red Ed and appeal to the mainstream. He must also work hard, quickly, on his basic presentational skills. Gordon Brown tried to turn his looks and demeanour to his advantage, suggesting it showed him to be a man of substance rather than style not flash, just Gordon, as the planned campaign for the election-that-never-was had it. But this approach never worked, and the British peoples lack of affection for Brown meant they could switch to contempt for him almost overnight. Grudging respect is easily lost. If Ed is smart, hell recognise that presentation matters. The danger is that because of years of newspaper headlines complaining about spin, Miliband has come to the conclusion that caring about presentation is a Blairite folly. He must recognise that its not inherently conservative or fraudulent about to try to appear likeable and attractive. If the publics perception of you gets in the way of their perception of what you say, it must be addressed. Ed must surround himself, as Blair did, with the best experts on body language, on vocal tone, on dress. He must wear better-fitting suits. He must try to modulate the nasal tone of his voice. Granted, leaders in the past notably William Hague have been made to look ridiculous by following the advice of their presentational gurus too closely. But that, frankly, is the fault of poor advisers. In the Blair era, Labour had the best presentation advice in the business. The survivors of the Blair era may feel concern, or worry, or anguish, about Eds victory. They will probably, once he is settled in, resist the temptation to snipe from the sidelines about policy for the most part. And they should. But this is where they can helpfully contribute. Take this shy, wonkish man, and introduce him to the very best of New Labours presentational team. Not to spin policy, but to normalise the messenger a bit. If not, Odd Ed might prove a much more serious problem for Labour than Red Ed could ever be. *Michael Howard had just been elected Tory leader. I predicted he would bring about a mild revival in the Conservatives fortunes, and that Labour would win the 2005 election but lose the one after that. I was right about the overall trajectory, but wrong about Howard. Filed under: Politics Tagged: ed miliband, gordon brown, labour, tony blair
On this day in History - Oct. 9
0768 - Carloman I and Charlemagne are coronated Kings of France. 1000 - Leif Ericson discovers Vinland, becoming the first known European to set foot in North America. 1003 - Leif Erikson lands in L'Anse aux Meadows, Canada, becoming the first European to reach America. 1047 - Pope Clement II dies (b. 1005). 1075 - Dmitar Zvonimir was crowned as king of the Croatia. 1201 - Robert de Sorbon was born (d. 1274). French theologian and founder of the Sorbonne. 1221 - Salimbene di Adam was born. Italian chronicler. 1238 - James I of Aragon conquered Valencia and founded the Kingdom of Valencia. 1253 - Robert Grosseteste dies. English statesman and bishop. 1261 - King Dinis of Portugal was born (d. 1325). 1273 - Elisabeth of Bavaria, Queen of Germany dies. 1328 - King Peter I of Cyprus was born (d. 1369). 1390 - King John I of Castile dies (b. 1358) /Morre Rei Joo I de Castela, de uma queda de cavalo (n. 1358). 1446 - The Hangul alphabet is published in Korea. 1514 - Marriage of Louis XII of France and Mary Tudor. 1547 - Miguel Cervantes is baptized. Spanish novelist best known for El ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha. In English translation: Don Quixote. 1555 - Justus Jonas dies (b. 1493). German protestant reformer. 1558 - Mrida is founded in Venezuela. 1562 - Gabriele Falloppio dies (b. 1523). Italian anatomist and inventor of the condom. 1569 - Vladimir of Staritsa dies (b. 1533). Russian prince. 1581 - Claude Gaspard Bachet de Mziriac was born (d. 1638). French mathematician. 1582 - Because of the implementation of the Gregorian calendar this day does not exist in this year in Italy, Poland, Portugal and Spain. 1585 - Heinrich Schtz was born (d. 1672). German composer. 1586 - Archduke Leopold V of Austria was born (d. 1632). Regent of Tyrol. 1595 - The Spanish army captures Cambrai. 1597 - Ashikaga Yoshiaki dies (b. 1537). Japanese shogun. 1604 - Supernova 1604, the most recent supernova to be observed in the Milky Way. 1635 - Founder of Rhode Island Roger Williams is banished from Massachusetts Bay Colony as a religious dissident after he spoke out against punishments for religious offenses and giving away Native American land. 1688 - Claude Perrault dies (born 1613). Architect, physician and physicist. He was the architect of the oldest building of the Paris Observatory when it was founded in 1667 by King Louis XIV.1691 - William Sacheverell dies (b. 1638). English statesman.1701 - The Collegiate School of Connecticut (later renamed Yale University) is chartered in Old Saybrook, Connecticut.1704 - Jn Andrej Segner was born (d. 5 Oct 1777). Slovak and German physicist and mathematician who recognized the surface tension of liquids.1709 - Barbara Palmer, 1st Duchess of Cleveland dies (b. 1640). English mistress of Charles II of England.1729 - Richard Blackmore dies (b. 1654). English physician and writer.1740 - D. Lus da Cunha dies (b. 1662). Portuguese diplomat.1757 - King Charles X of France was born (d. 1836).1760 - Seven Year's War: Russia conquers Berlin.1771 - The Dutch merchant ship Vrouw Maria sinks near the coast of Finland.1776 - Father Francisco Palou founds Mission San Francisco de Asis in what is now San Francisco, California.1781 - Dionisio de Herrera was born. President of Honduras (1824-1827).1793 - Jean Joseph Marie Amiot dies (b. 1718). French missionary.1796 - Joseph Bonomi the Younger was born (d. 1878). English Egyptologist.1797 - Vilna Gaon dies (b. 1720). Lithuanian rabbi.1799 - Sinking of HMS Lutine with the loss of 240 men and a cargo worth 1,200,000.1801 - Auguste-Arthur de La Rive was born (d. 1873). Swiss physicist who was one of the founders of the electrochemical theory of batteries.1804 - Hobart, capital of Tasmania, is founded.1806 - Prussia declares war to France.1806 - Benjamin Banneker dies (b. 9 Nov 1731). American astronomer, mathematician, author and clockmaker.1812 - War of 1812: In a naval engagement on Lake Erie, American forces capture two British ships; the HMS Detroit and the HMS Caledonia.1818 - Francisco Navarro Villoslada was born. Spanish writer.1820 - Guayaquil declared independence from Spain.1824 - Slavery is abolished in Costa Rica.1831 - Capo d'Istria was assassinated.1831 - John Capodistria dies (b. 1776). Governor of Greece.1833 - Eugen Langen was born (d. 2 Oct 1895). German engineer who pioneered in building internal-combustion engines.1835 - Royal College, Colombo established with the name Hillstreet Academy in Sri Lanka.1835 - Camille Saint-Sans was born (d. 1921). French composer.1837 - A meeting at the U.S. Naval Academy establishes the U.S. Naval Institute. 1840 - Simeon Solomon was born (d. 1905). British artist.1841 - Antonio Lpez de Santa Ana assume (pela 6 vez) a presidncia do Mxico.1845 - The eminent and controversial Anglican, John Henry Newman, was received into the Roman Catholic Church.1852 - Hermann Emil Fischer was born (d. 15 Jul 1919). German chemist, Nobel Prize laureate in 1902, in recognition of his investigations of the sugar and purine groups of substances.1853 - Jos do Patrocnio was born (d. 1905). Brazilian writer, journalist and abolicionist / Nasce Jos do Patrocnio (m. 1905). Jornalista, orador, poeta e romancista brasileiro, destacada figura abolicionista.1854 - Crimean War: Beginning of the siege of Sebastopol.1855 - The sewing machine motor was patented by Isaac Singer of New York.1855 - The first calliope is patented by Joshua Stoddard of Worcester, Massachusetts.1859 - Alfred Dreyfus was born (d. 1935). French military officer.1861 - American Civil War: Battle of Santa Rosa Island - Union troops repel Confederate attempt to capture Fort Pickens.1864 - American Civil War: Battle of Tom's Brook - Union cavalrymen in the Shenandoah Valley defeat Confederate forces at Tom's Brook, Virginia.1867 - Cames Statue by sculptor Vitor Bastos is inaugurated in Lisbon, Portugal.1871 - The Great Chicago Fire is brought under control.1871 - Didak Bunti was born. Croatian monk and scholar. 1871 - George Gauthier was born (d. 1940). Bishop of Montreal and rector of the University of Montreal.1873 - Carl Flesch was born (d. 1944). Hungarian violinist.1873 - Charles Walgreen was born (d. 1939). American entrepreneur.1873 - Karl Schwarzschild was born (d. 11 May 1916). German theoretical astrophysicist, born in Frankfurt, Germany, who made both practical and theoretical contributions to 20th-century astronomy.1873 - George Ormerod dies (b. 1785). English historian and antiquarian.1874 - General Postal Union was created as a result of the Treaty of Berne.1874 - Nicholas Roerich was born (d. 1947). Russian painter.1879 - Max von Laue was born (d. 23 Apr 1960). German physicist, Nobel Prize laureate in 1914 for his discovery of the diffraction of X-rays in crystals.1885 - Francisco Franco de Sousa was born in Funchal, Madeira. Portuguese sculptor / Nascia, no Funchal, ilha da Madeira, Francisco Franco de Sousa (m. 15 Fev 1955). Escultor portugus.1886 - Rube Marquard was born (d. 1980). American baseball player.1888 - The Washington Monument officially opens to the general public.1888 Nikolai Ivanovich Bukharin was born (d. 1938). Russian politician.1890 - Aimee Semple McPherson was born (d. 1944). American evangelist.1890 - It is reported, however without evidence, French electrical engineer Clment Ader was the first person to actually fly an airplane, but his steam-powered bat-like plane, "Eole", only rose a few inches off the ground. Ader coined the french word "avion" for aircraft. It is said to mean Appareil Volant Imitant les Oisaux Naturels: Flying Machine Imitating Natural Birds.1892 - Ivo Andri was born (d. 1975). Croatian writer.1892 - Marina Tsvetaeva was born (d. 1941). Russian poet.1893 - Mrio de Andrade was born (d. 1945). Brazilian writer and photographer / Nasce, em S. Paulo, Mrio de Andrade (m. 1945). Escritor brasileiro e idealizador da Semana de Arte Moderna.1899 - Bruce Catton was born (d. 1978). American journalist and a notable historian of the American Civil War. He won a Pulitzer Prize for history in 1954.1900 - Alastair Sim was born (d. 1976). Scottish actor.1900 - Ismael Nery was born (d. 1934). Brazilian painter who was a pioneer of the surrealism in Brazil. 1900 Joseph Friedman was born (d. 1982). American inventor.1902 - Freddie Young was born (d. 1998). British cinematographer.1903 - Walter O'Malley was born (d. 1979). American baseball executive.1906 - Lopold Sdar Senghor was born (d. 2001). Senegalese poet and politician who was President of Senegal (1960-1980).1906 - Joseph Farwell Glidden dies (b. 18 Jan 1813). A native of New Hampshire, Glidden was an Illinois farmer when he developed the design of the first commercial barbed wire, patented 24 Nov 1874, a product that would transform the West.1909 - Jacques Tati was born (d. 4 Nov 1982). French Academy Award-winning director: Mon Oncle [1958].1907 - Quintin Hogg was born (d. 2001). British politician. 1908 - Harry Hooton was born (d. 1961). Australian poet. 1908 Lee Wiley was born (d. 1975). American jazz singer.1909 - Donald Coggan was born (d. 2000). Archbishop of Canterbury.1911 An accidental bomb explosion in Hankou, Wuhan, China leads to the ultimate fall of the Qing Empire.1911 - Joe Rosenthal was born. American photographer. 1911 - Antonio Borrero y Cortzar dies (b. 29 Oct 1827). President of Ecuador (1875-1876).1913 Steamship SS Volturno catches fire in the mid-Atlantic. 1914 - World War I: Siege of Antwerp - Antwerp, Belgium falls to German troops.1915 - Clifford M. Hardin was born. United States Secretary of Agriculture.1916 - Jean Dausset was born. French physician and imunologist.1918 - O prncipe Friedrich Karl eleito rei da Finlndia.1918 E. Howard Hunt was born (d. 2007). American Watergate figure.1918 - Lila Kedrova was born (d. 2000). Russian-born actress.1919 - Black Sox scandal: The Cincinnati Reds "win" the World Series.1920 - Jens Bjrneboe was born (d. 1976). Norwegian author.1921 - Michel Boisrond was born (d. 2002). French film director.1922 - Lon Dion was born (d. 1997). Quebec political scientist.1922 - Fyvush Finkel was born. American actor.1924 - Valery Bryusov dies (b. 1873). Russian writer and critic.1925 - Johnny Stompanato was born (d. 1958). American organized crime figure.1926 - Danile Delorme was born. French actress.1928 - Einojuhani Rautavaara was born. Finnish composer. 1931 - Tony Booth was born. British actor and father of Cherie Blair.1932 - Karl (Immanuel Eberhard) von Goebel dies (b. 8 Mar 1855). German botanist whose Organographie der Pflanzen (1898-1901; Organography of Plants, 1900-05) clarified the principles of the science of plant morphology in relation to form and structure.1933 - Meteor shower: a great unpredicted meteor shower was seen from Europe that surprised astronomers. Dr. W.J. Fisher, a Harvard astronomer, identified the Giacobini-Zinner comet as the cause.1933 Judy Tyler was born (d. 1957). American actress.1933 - Peter Mansfield was born. British physician.1934 - Regicide at Marseille: The assassination of King Alexander I of Yugoslavia (b. 1888) and Louis Barthou this accidentally (b. 1862). Foreign Minister and before Prime Minister of France.1934 - Jill Ker Conway was born. Australian-American author. 1934 - King Alexander I of Yugoslavia dies assassinated (b. 1888).1934 - Louis Barthou dies assassinated (b. 1862). Prime Minister of France.1935 - Prince Edward, Duke of Kent was born. Member of the British Royal Family.1936 - Generators at Boulder Dam (later renamed to Hoover Dam) begin to transmit electricity from the Colorado River 266 miles to Los Angeles, California. 1937 Brian Blessed was born. English actor.1938 - The radio altimeter is first demonstrated in New York by Bell Labs, in the first public display of the device that gives pilots the height of an aircraft above the local terrain by bouncing radio signals off the ground to give a reliable altitude reading, thus changing aviation forever.1938 Heinz Fischer was born. Austrian politician.1940 - World War II: Battle of Britain - During a nighttime air raid by the German Luftwaffe, St. Paul's Cathedral is pierced by a bomb.1940 Joe Pepitone was born. American baseball player. 1940 - John Lennon was born (d. 1980). British musician and songwriter (The Beatles).1940 - Wilfred Grenfell dies (b. 1865). Medical missionary to Newfoundland and Labrador.1941 - A coup in Panama declares Ricardo Adolfo de la Guardia Arango new president.1941 Brian Lamb was born. Founder of C-SPAN.1941 Chucho Valds was born. Cuban musician.1941 Karam ud Din was born (d. 2008). Pakistani Navy officer.1941 - Trent Lott was born. American politician.1941 - Helen Morgan dies (b. 1900). American singer and actress.1942 - The last day of the October Matanikau action on Guadalcanal as United States Marine Corps forces withdraw back across the Matanikau River after destroying most of the Imperial Japanese Army's 4th Infantry Regiment.1942 - Statute of Westminster Adoption Act formalizes Australian autonomy.1943 Douglas Kirby was born. Research scientist. 1943 - Mike Peters was born. American cartoonist.1943 - Pieter Zeeman dies (b. 1865). Dutch physicist, Nobel Prize laureate in 1902 (shared with Hendrik A. Lorentz ) for his discovery of the Zeeman effect.1944 - World War II: British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Soviet Union Premier Joseph Stalin begin a nine-day conference in Moscow to discuss the future of Europe.1944 - John Entwistle was born (d. 2002). British musician (The Who).1944 - Nona Hendryx was born. American singer (LaBelle). 1945 - Parade in NYC for Fleet Admiral Nimitz and 13 USN/USMC Medal of Honor recipients.1945 - Taiguara was born (d. 1996). Brazilian musician.1946 - the Simmons Company of Petersburg, Va., manufactured the first electric blanket. Its price was $39.50. 1946 Tansu iller was born. Prime Minister of Turkey.1947 - France Gall was born. French singer.1947 - Tony Zappone was born. American broadcaster, journalist, author, photographer.1947 William E. McAnulty, Jr. was born (d. 2007). American lawyer.1948 - Jackson Browne was born. American musician.1949 - Maria Cludia was born. Brazilian actress. 1950 Brian Downing was born. American baseball player.1950 - Jody Williams was born. American teacher and aid worker who was the recipient of the 1997 Nobel Peace Prize laureate.1950 Reichi Nakaido was born. Japanese rock guitarist. 1950 - Robert Wuhl was born. Emmy Award-winning writer: The 63rd Annual Academy Awards [1991], The 64th Annual Academy Awards [1992]; actor: A Kiss Goodnight, Cobb, The Bodyguard, Batman, Bull Durham, Good Morning Vietnam, Flashdance. 1950 - Demetrio Herrera Sevillano dies (b. 1902). Panamanian poet.1950 - George Hainsworth dies (b. 1895). National Hockey League goaltender.1952 - Sharon Osbourne was born. English music manager and wife of Ozzy Osbourne.1953 - Tony Shalhoub was born. American actor.1954 - Anne-Marie Goumba was born. African politician.1954 - James Fearnley was born. English musician (The Pogues). 1954 - John O'Hurley was born. American actor and game show host.1954 Scott Bakula was born. American actor. 1955 Linwood Boomer was born. Canadian writer. 1955 - Theodor Cardinal Innitzer dies (b. 1875). Archbishop of Vienna.1956 - Marie Doro dies (b. 1882). American actress.1957 - Neil H. McElroy was sworn in as the 6th Secretary of Defense of United States.1957 - Don Garber was born. American sports commissioner.1958 - Al Jourgensen was born. American musician (Ministry).1958 - Michael Pare was born. American actor. 1958 Mike Singletary was born. Former American football player.1958 - Pope Pius XII (Eugenio Maria Giuseppe Giovanni Pacelli) dies (b. 1876); 261st pope.1959 - Sir Henry Tizard dies (b. 1885). Scientist and administrator. Around 1920, with David Pye, his work on aircraft fuels ultimately led to the octane rating system, which expresses the anti-knocking characteristics of the fuel.1960 - Kenny Garrett was born. American jazz saxophonist.1961 - Tanganyika becomes independent within the British Commonwealth.1961 - Julian Bailey was born. British racing driver.1962 - Milan Vidmar dies (b. 1885). Slovenian electrical engineer and chess player.1962 - Uganda becomes an independent republic from Great-Britain.1962 - Jorge Burruchaga was born. Argentinian football player.1963 - Edward Mutesa assume a presidncia de Uganda.1963 - In northeast Italy, over 2,000 people are killed when a large landslide behind the Vajont Dam causes a giant wave of water to overtop it.1964 - Guillermo del Toro was born. Mexican actor and film director.1964 - Bobby Flay was born. American celebrity chef and restaurateur.1964 John Ralston was born. Canadian actor. 1966 - Christopher stlund was born. Swedish Publisher and entrepreneur.1966 David Cameron was born. British politician. 1967 - A day after being caught, Che Guevara (b. 1928) is executed for attempting to incite a revolution in Bolivia. 1967 Carling Bassett-Seguso was born. Canadian professional tennis player.1967 Eddie Guerrero was born (d. 2005). American professional wrestler.1967 - Che Guevara dies executed (b. 1928). Argentine revolutionary and guerilla leader.1967 - Andr Maurois dies (b. 1885). French writer.1967 - Gordon Allport dies (b. 11 Nov 1897). Humanistic psychologist and educator who developed trait theory in an original theory of personality.1967 - Cyril Norman Hinshelwood dies (b. 1897). English chemist, Nobel Prize laureate.1967 - Gheorge Popescu was born. Romanian footbal player.1968 - Pierre Mulele dies (b. 1929). Congolese revolutionary.1969 - In Chicago, Illinois, the United States National Guard is called in for crowd control as demonstrations continue in connection to the trial of the Chicago Eight" (trial started on September 24).1969 - Students from the University of the Philippines formed the first Upsilonian Congress and established the Upsiloan Alpha Beta Grand Fraternity in Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines.1969 P.J. Harvey was born. English musician. 1970 - The Khmer Republic is proclaimed in Cambodia.1970 - Annika Srenstam was born. Swedish golfer.1970 - Jason Butler Harner was born. American actor. 1970 - Kenny Anderson was born. American basketball player.1970 - Park Sang-min was born. South Korean actor.1970 - Savannah was born (d. 1994). American actress. 1971 Jason Jones was born. American filmmaker and humanitarian. 1971 - Michael Manna was born. American professional wrestler.1971 - Simon Atlee was born (d. 2004). British Photographer, most notable person killed in the 2004 Indian Ocean Earthquake. 1972 - Sarah Vandenbergh was born. Australian actor. 1972 - Miriam Hopkins dies (b. 1902). American actress.1972 - Emerson Fittipaldi becomes F1 World Champion.1973 - Carlos Pavn was born. Honduran footballer. 1973 - Erin Daniels was born. American actress.1973 - Fabio Lione was born. Italian musician (Rhapsody).1973 - Steven Burns was born. Actor and musician.1973 - Terry Balsamo was born. American guitarist.1974 - Kieren Hutchison was born. New Zealand actor. 1974 - Oskar Schindler dies (b.28 Apr 1908). German businessman who saved Jews.1975 - Nobel Peace Prize is attributed to the soviet dissident, physician Andre Dmitrievitch Sakharov in recognition of his struggle against "the abuse of power and violations of human dignity in all its forms." 1975 Mark Viduka was born. Australian footballer.1975 Rale Micic was born. Serbian musician. 1975 Sean Lennon was born. American musician & son of ex-Beatle John Lennon.1976 - Nick Swardson was born. American actor.1976 - Walter Warlimont dies (b. 1894). German General WWII.1977 - Brian Roberts was born. American baseball player. 1978 Juan Dixon was born. American basketball player.1978 - Nicky Byrne was born. Irish musician (Westlife).1978 - Jacques Brel dies (b. 1929). Belgian musician.1979 - Alex Greenwald was born. American musician (Phantom Planet), actor and model. 1979 - Brandon Routh was born. American actor. 1979 Gonzalo Sorondo was born. Uruguayan footballer.1979 - Todd Kelly was born. Australian racing driver.1980 - Henrik Zetterberg was born. Swedish ice hockey player.1980 - Ibrahim Fazeel was born. Maldivian footballer. 1981 - Abolition of capital punishment in France.1981 - Peter Hill was born. British music photographer.1981 - Zachery Ty Bryan was born. American actor.1982 - Antnio Mendona was born. Angolan football player.1982 - Shi Jun was born. Chinese footballer.1982 - Anna Freud dies (b. 3 Dec 1895). Austrian scientist, psychoanalyst [The ego and mechanisms of defense (1936)].1983 - Rangoon bombing: attempted assassination of South Korean President Chun Doo Hwan during an official visit to Rangoon, Burma. Chun survived but the blast killed 17 of his entourage, including four cabinet ministers, whilst 17 others were injured. Four Burmese officials also died in the blast.1983 - Andreas Zuber was born. Austrian racing driver.1983 - Jang Mi-Ran was born. South Korean weightlifter.1983 - Stephen Gionta was born. American ice hockey player.1984 - Ghetto was born. British musician.1985 - The hijackers of the Achille Lauro cruise liner surrender after the ship arrives in Port Said, Egypt.1985 - Emlio Garrastazu Mdici dies (b. 1905). President of Brazil.1985 - Henriqueta Lisboa dies. Brazilian writer.1986 - Laure Manaudou was born. French swimmer.1986 - The musical The Phantom of the Opera has its first performance at Her Majesty's Theatre in London.1986 - United States District Court Judge Harry E. Claiborne becomes the fifth federal official to be removed from office through impeachment.1986 - The FOX Network begins broadcasting.1986 Laure Manaudou was born. French swimmer.1987 Bill Walker was born. American basketball player.1987 - Clare Boothe Luce dies (b. 1903). American diplomat.1987 - Luis Veiga Leito dies in Niteri, Brazil (b. in Moimenta da Beira, 27 May 1912). Portuguese poet.1987 - Guru Gopinath dies (b. 1908). Indian classical dancer1987 - William Parry Murphy dies (b. 1892). American physician, Nobel Prize in Medicine laureate in 1934.1988 - Thousands of Latvians start a mass movement to press Moscow for greater independence from the Soviet Union.1988 - Valencia (Espanha) : So inauguradas as primeiras linhas subterraneas de metro.1988 - Felix Wankel dies (b. 13 Aug 1902). German engineer who invented the first rotary internal combustion engine (Wankel Rotary Combustion Engines and Vehicles).1989 - An official news agency in the Soviet Union reports the landing of a UFO in Voronezh.1989 - In Leipzig, East Germany, 70,000 protesters demand the legalization of opposition groups and democratic reforms.1989 - Penny Lernoux dies (b. 1940). American journalist and author.1990 - Gza Ottlik dies (b. 1912). Hungarian writer1991 - Ecuador becomes a member of the Berne Convention copyright treaty.1991 - Em Bruxelas, o escritor portugus Verglio Ferreira distinguido com o Prmio Europlia/91.1992 - A 13 kilogram (est.) meteorite lands in the driveway of the Knapp residence in Peekskill, New York, destroying the family's 1980 Chevrolet Malibu.1992 - Tyler James Williams was born. American actor.1994 - Jodelle Ferland was born. Canadian actress.1995 - An Amtrak Sunset Limited train is derailed by saboteurs near Palo Verde, Arizona.1995 - Alec Douglas-Home dies (b. 1903). Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.1996 - Walter Kerr dies (b. 1913). American theater critic.1996 - Robert F. Curl Jr., Richard E. Smalley, and Sir Harold W. Kroto, share the Nobel Prize in chemistry "for their discovery of fullerenes". Three US scientists, David M. Lee, 65, Douglas D. Osheroff, 51, and Robert C. Richardson, 59, win the physics prize "for their discovery of superfluidity in helium-3".1996 - Walter Kerr dies (b. 1913). American theater critic.1997 - Renncia do primeiro-ministro da Itlia, Romano Prodi.1999 The last flight of the SR-71.1999 - Akhtar Hameed Khan dies (b. 1914). Pioneer of Microcredit in developing countries1999 - Joo Cabral de Melo Neto dies in Rio de Janeiro (b. 6 Jan 1920, in Recife, Pernambuco). Brazilian poet and diplomat who won The Cames Prize in 1990.1999 - Milt Jackson dies (b. 1923). American jazz vibraphonist.2000 - The Nobel Prize in Medicine for 2000 is shared by Arvid Carlsson, 77, Paul Greengard, 74, and Eric Kandel, 70, for their pioneering discoveries concerning one way brain cells send messages to each other, called "slow synaptic transmission. These discoveries have been crucial for understanding how the brain normally works. In addition, the work laid the groundwork for developing the standard treatment for Parkinson's disease and contributed to the development of a class of antidepressants that includes Prozac.2000 - David Dukes dies (b. 1945). American actor. 2000 - Patrick Anthony Porteous dies (b. 1918). Scottish recipient of the Victoria Cross. 2001 - The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences announces that it has decided to award the Nobel Prize in Physics for 2001 jointly to Eric A. Cornell, 39 (JILA and National Institute of Standards and Technology , Boulder, Colorado), Carl E. Wieman, 50 (JILA and University of Colorado, Boulder), and to Wolfgang Ketterle, 43, (German, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts) "for the achievement of Bose-Einstein condensation in dilute gases of alkali atoms, and for early fundamental studies of the properties of the condensates".2001 - Second mailing of anthrax letters from Trenton, New Jersey in the 2001 anthrax attack2001 - Dagmar dies (b. 1921). American television personality.2001 - Herbert Ross dies (b. 1927). American film director and producer.2001 - Roberto Campos dies (b. 1917). Brazilian economist.2002 - After losing a massive amount of ground during the summer of 2002, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closes at 7,286.27, its lowest level in five years. The NASDAQ also hit a six-year low of 1,114.11.2002 - The 2002 Bank of Sweden Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel is announced to go by halves to Daniel Kahneman (US Israel) for having integrated insights from psychological research into economic science, especially concerning human judgment and decision-making under uncertainty and to Vernon L. Smith (US) for having established laboratory experiments as a tool in empirical economic analysis, especially in the study of alternative market mechanisms.2002 - Aileen Wournos dies executed via lethal injection (b. 1956). American serial killer sentenced to death.2002 - Charles Guggenheim dies (b. 1924). American film director/producer. 2004 - Jo Brauner resign as the anchor of German Tagesschau news show after 30 years.2004 - Democratic elections held for the first time in Afghanistan.2004 - The tri-annual federal election is held in Australia and Liberal Party of Australia leader, John Howard, wins a fourth term as Prime Minister in a landslide victory over opponent, Mark Latham of the Australian Labor Party.2004 - Afghanistan: Interim president Hamid Karzai [24 Dec 1957~] a ashtun, wins 55% of the vote in the Afghan presidential election.2004 - Blog Eu sei que vou-te amar is created /Criao na blogosfera de Eu sei que vou-te amar. Deixo aqui os meus parabns pela passagem do 5. aniversrio, e recomendo a sua visita.2004 - Portugal cede um surpreendente empate na deslocao ao Liechtenstein 2-2 em jogo do Grupo 3 de qualificao para o Campeonato do Mundo de futebol.2005 - China's State Bureau of Surveying and Mapping officially announces the new accurate height of Mount Everest is 8848.43 m.2005 - When Tropical Depression 23 strengthens into Hurricane Vince it makes the 2005 Atlantic Hurricane Season the first season on record to use a name beginning with V.2005 - Smoking is fully banned on the UK rail network.2005 - Louis Nye dies (b. 1913). American comedian and actor.2006 - Is announced that The Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel 2006 goes to Edward Phelps "for his analysis of intertemporal tradeoffs in macroeconomic policy".2006 - North Korea allegedly tests its first nuclear device. 2006 - Google buys Youtube for US$ 1,65 billions.2006 - Paul Hunter dies (b. 1978). Professional snooker player.2006 - Raymond Noorda dies (b. 1924). Co-founder and long time CEO of Novell. 2007 - The Dow Jones Industrial Average closes at an all-time high. 2007 - Enrico Banducci dies (b. 1922). American nightclub owner.2007 - Raul Duro dies in Lisbon (b. 9 Sep 1942). Portuguese journalist and TV presenter.2008 - Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clzio, French writer, gets the Nobel Prize in Literature.2008 Gidget Gein dies (b. 1969). American musician. 2009 First lunar impact of the Centaur and LCROSS spacecrafts as part of NASA's Lunar Precursor Robotic Program. RC Saints Saint Denis, Saint Ghislain, Saint John Leonardi and Saint Louis Bertrand, patron saint of Colombia.South Korea Hangul Day: celebrating the invention of hangul, the native Korean phonetic alphabet.Uganda Independence Day (from Britain, 1962).Leif Erikson Day in United States, Iceland and Norway: celebrating the first European landing in North America. Ecuador Guayaquil's Independence Day (from Spain 1820) (Dia de la independencia de Guayaquil). Romania Romanian Holocaust Remembrance Day. French Republican Calendar Sarrasin (Buckwheat) Day, eighteenth day in the Month of Vendmiaire. Takayama Autumn Festival (Takayama)
Eastern Michigan faculty side with teachers' unions, won't work in Detroit if it jeopardizes Union contracts
As Eastern Michigan University's Board of Regents voted Tuesday to take part in a new school district to reform Michigan's worst performing schools, faculty leaders promised not to do any work in Detroit that might help bust union contracts...."We won't have our membership involved in breaking union contracts," said Howard Bunsis, the treasurer of the EMU faculty union.
Utahs Top-Rated Bond Refinancing Livens Up Slow Sales Month: Muni Credit
Utahs Board of Regents, which oversees a states 8 open colleges and universities, is making a biggest sale of debt in during slightest 20 years currently as scheduled metropolitan deals tumble to a three-month low. The $365 million charity of top-rated tax-exempts will refinance existent debt, and will be corroborated by student-loan repayments underneath a Federal Family Education Loan Program, according to rough charity documents. Utah might have difficulty attracting investors given a supervision program backing it finished Jul 1, pronounced Howard Cure, executive of municipal research f
NU Foundation CEO quits
"It's confidential for good reason," said Regent Howard Hawks on Thursday, when asked about the reason for Castner's abrupt departure. "Based on my knowledge of the philosophical differences, I would be in Dr. Whitted's camp." That would be Dr ...
Michigan’s Big House to host Winter Classic
Regent Denise Ilitch, whose father ... Red Wings players weren’t willing to speak freely. But goalie Jimmy Howard couldn’t hide his excitement. “It’s going to be quite the spectacle,” he said. “With it being at the Big House ...
Regents are told Nebraska has competition in cancer care
Nebraska's shortage of registered nurses is expected to more than ... Dave Heineman is seeking significant tax cuts this legislative session, Flood said. Regent Howard Hawks of Omaha said he was concerned legislators may slash too many taxes that could ...
Marjorie C. Nicholas
She was born June 28, 1922, in Howard County, to the late William ... She was a member of St. Patrick Catholic Church, St. Patrick’s Rosary Society, daughters of Isabella of which she was a past regent, Clay 49ers, Kokomo Center Schools School Belles ...
National lines up premieres: London theater announces 2012-13 slate
It will star Julie Walters, Rory Kinnear (Hytner's recent "Hamlet") and Helen McCrory ("Hugo"), and is helmed by Howard Davies ... it will be helmed by Timothy Sheader, a.d. of Regent's Park Open Air Theater, in his NT debut.
Oxford University feels Cameron's knife
wardens or regent (as college heads are variously known). Christ Church has close associations with Eton and the aristocracy, New College with Winchester College and intellectuals, Jesus with Wales, and The Queen's College with the north of England.
Jersey announces Queen's Diamond Jubilee events
There will also be a special concert at Fort Regent which will be relayed to a big screen ... On Sunday 3 June, Jersey's first motorised lifeboat, the Howard D, will take part in the Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant.
Mystery of Cambridge University's £3.7 million Chinese benefactors
The report into the scandal, which led to the resignation of Sir Howard Davies ... which has been approved by the university's general board and is likely to be confirmed by Regent House, the governing body, next month. Searches for the Chong Hua ...
Obama Nominates Mainer to Appeals Court
"We know he's chosen ... Kayatta is a regent in the American College of Trial Lawyers, a fellow of the American Bar Foundation, and a member of the American Law Institute. In 2010, the Maine Bar Foundation presented Kayatta with the Howard H.
150 years of keeping customers' cash safe
STAFF at one of Bristol's longest continually-serving bank branches are celebrating ... Records in the local newspaper show the new branch opened under the management of Frederick Howard just 11 days later, on January 29, at 174 Mall Buildings next door ...
Michael McIntyre - News, photos, topics, and quotes
Now 21, he's recently left home and the gloves are off (although the dirty socks ... Michael McIntyre, Russell Howard, not like me.
Kelly Clarkson - News, photos, topics, and quotes
And the fact that the cycle's starting where people ... 09: Chairman, CEO and President of Sony Corp. Sir Howard ... Regent Street, I think to any girl means shopping, so we ...
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Berkeley Club Holds Anti-Affirmative Action Bake Sale | Fox News
... citing recent controversies around comments made by U.S. Sen. Trent Lott, R-Miss., and Rep. Howard ... On the other side of the issue, UC Regent Ward Connerly ...
Soitenly! Little-known site a Three Stooges treasure-trove ...
The Stoogeum (think "Stooges" plus "museum") has about 3,500 items on display, from Stooges bowling balls and cereal boxes to Shemp Howard's Army discharge ...
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The place: Key settings in both Dan Brown's novel and Howard's celluloid adaptation include The Louvre, Saint-Sulpice Church and Ritz Hotel in Paris; Château ...
USATODAY.com - Leo DiCaprio: Epic actor - News, Travel, Weather ...
There's only a trace of the boy who starred seven ... dipped strawberries and biscotti at the Regent Beverly ... was 22, the actor had stumbled across a book, Howard ...
Carnival cruise line takes piracy 'extremely seriously' - USATODAY.com
Regent Seven Seas Cruises; RiverBarge Excursion Lines; Royal Caribbean ... "We take it extremely seriously," Carnival's Chief Operating Officer Howard Frank said in ...
Patricia - Tag Story Index - USATODAY.com
... Thomas Jane | Fonda | Regent Beverly Wilshire | Courteney Cox ... The preacher's wife charged with murder in the death ... By Leon Alligood and Kate Howard, The Tennessean
New spinoff Wyndham hopes to re-establish hotels with fresh look ...
The company's goal is to grow to 700,000 rooms by 2010 — up 33% — across all its brands, which also include Howard Johnson, Super 8, Ramada, Days Inn and ...
Could you name a new hotel chain? - USATODAY.com
What's in a name? More than you might think, when it comes to deciding what ... In the old days, hoteliers like Conrad Hilton and Howard Johnson put their ...
Dukes of Hazzard - Tag Story Index - USATODAY.com
USA TODAY's Donna Freydkin, William Keck and Whitney ... George Lopez | Kirsten Dunst | Jessica | Terrence Howard | ... William Keck | Academy of Film | Television Arts | Regent ...
Chateau Marmont - Tag Story Index - USATODAY.com
On Sunday's Brothers & Sisters (10 p.m ... s Mark Wahlberg and last year's Hustle & Flow Golden Globe nominee Terrence Howard. ... Academy of Film | Television Arts | Regent ...
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... winner at the wide-open Tour de France is anyone's ... Harry Truman | World War | National Museum | Howard Hughes | ... film and music stars who gathered Tuesday at the Regent ...
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Ron Howard, Hotel Ambassador, Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel of Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel''s information - including email, business address, business phone, biography ...
Margaret Douglas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lord Howard's niece, Queen Anne Boleyn, fell from power in May 1536. This undoubtedly ... Matthew Stewart, 4th Earl of Lennox, (1516–1571), who later became regent of ...
Thomas Knyvett - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
According to Hall's Chronicle, Knyvett was a frequent ... was given command of the royal flagship, the Regent. ... before July 1506 as second husband to Lady Muriel Howard ...
Biography - The Sophie Winter Memorial Trust
Biography. Sophie was born in London in ... Alice in Wonderland’ at Fort Regent, St ... premier of Stephen Sondheim’s ‘Merrily We Roll Along’ directed by Howard ...
Mara Crabtree - School of Divinity - Regent University
Mara Crabtree . Associate Professor of Spiritual Formation and Women's Studies. Email: maracra@regent.edu Phone: 757.352.4421 Mara Crabtree's Intro Video
Andrew Howard, Vice President of Marketing, Bollinger & Hogue | Spoke
Andrew Howard's Biography ... he earned a Master of Business Administration Degree from Regent University. Mr Howard ...
ProQuest Document View - Howard A. Goss: A Pentecostal life
by Johnston, Robin M., Ph.D., REGENT ... of narrative and interpretive biography to examine the life of early Pentecostal pioneer Howard A ... leadership issues and Parham's ...
Howard, Charles (1536-1624) (DNB00) - Wikisource
Howard's second in command was Sir Francis Drake [q.v ... granddaughter through the female line of the Regent ... Dictionary of National Biography, Errata (1904), p.161
Catherine Parr - Sixth Wife of Henry VIII
Catherine Parr Biography: ... Parr, he had just had his fifth wife, Catherine Howard ... Catherine Parr served as Henry's regent in 1544 when he ...
Katharine / Catherine / Katherine Parr: Biography, Portraits ...
... herself and earned Henry's respect enough to be appointed Regent ... and capture Katharine's complex and abiding piety. Read the biography of ... humiliation of Catherine Howard's ...
Earl Howard
Earl Howard (born 1951) is an American avant-garde composer , arranger , ... grant from Harvard ’s the Fromm Foundation, a Regents Fellowship ...
Nicola Duffett
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William Marcellus Howard
William Marcellus Howard (December 6, 1857 – July 5, 1932) was a noted jurist and ... terms in the U.S. House and ... the Board of Regents of the ...
Sipuel v. Board of Regents of Univ. of Okla.
Board of Regents of Univ. ... Her brother planned to challenge segregationist policies of the University of Oklahoma , but went to Howard ...
Regents of the University of California
The Regents of the University of California make up the governing board of the ... Notable past Regents : Howard H. Leach (1990–2001) ...
List of Honorverse characters
This is a list of fictional character s appearing in the stories set in the Honor ... Clairmont to Clinkscales, Howard ! : Character! ...
List of Washington State University people
Howard Bowen , 1929 B.A. Econ, '33 M.A. Econ., ... Notable regents : Frances Penrose Owen , first woman on the WSU Board of Regents, serving ...
University of Cambridge
that the Regent House fulfils ... are the two Proctor s, elected to ... Nick Hornby , Zadie Smith , Howard Jacobson , Robert Harris , Jin Yong ...
WQBK-FM
Active Rock music formatted radio station s licensed to Rensselaer, New York and ... WQBJ/WTMM were divested to Regent Communications (now ...
Historic house
Brighton Pavilion , Sussex : Prince Regent 's Oriental palace. ... Castle Howard , North Yorkshire : Vanbrugh 's Baroque palace. ...