The Electrical Workers Journal

Records prove accidents happen most on "perfect days" when the. re Robert
Bennett, L. U. No. 1 Born March 4, 1908 Initiated May 14, 1948 Died March 23,
1951 Joseph D. Brockman, L. U. No. 1 Born August 7. 1907 Initialed December 6,




ISBN: WISC:89062300041

Category: Electricians


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Collected Poems 1951 1971

... took her in when she was a stripling run away from home (her mind was not
perfect which is no bar to this love song for ... in the house I was born in the
northwest room of: oh I will not end my grief that she is gone, I will not end my
singing; ...


Author: A. R. Ammons

Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company

ISBN: 9780393357165

Category: Poetry

Page: 416

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A reissue of a body of work spanning two decades from one of our most treasured poets. "It will seem increasingly to many attentive readers that this volume—the most distinguished book of American verse, in my judgment, since the publication of Wallace Stevens's Collected Poems in 1955—marks the permanent establishment of a major visionary poet."—Harold Bloom "No mere gathering of poems, this collection is like one an explorer brings back."—David Kalstone

Japanese Peace Conference San Francisco September 4 8 1951

We may hear a suggestion that we should not now complete, by signature, this
product of a year's negotiation, but resort ... There come times when to seek the
perfect is to lose the good. ... There are, in Japan, new born institutions of


Author: United States. Department of State. Office of Public Affairs


ISBN: MINN:30000011072224

Category: Conference for Conclusion and Signature of Treaty of Peace with Japan

Page: 21

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Becoming a Citizen

Before 1951, Canadian data include only non-British foreign- born residents. ...
sources of non- British immigration, though the relationship is not perfect, since
Switzerland and Iceland were not especially significant migrant-sending


Author: Irene Bloemraad

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 0520248988

Category: History

Page: 369

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"Becoming a Citizen is a terrific book. Important, innovative, well argued, theoretically significant, and empirically grounded. It will be the definitive work in the field for years to come."--Frank D. Bean, Co-Director, Center for Research on Immigration, Population and Public Policy "This book is in three ways innovative. First, it avoids the domestic navel-gazing of U.S .immigration studies, through an obvious yet ingenious comparison with Canada. Second, it shows that official multiculturalism and common citizenship may very well go together, revealing Canada, and not the United States, as leader in successful immigrant integration. Thirdly, the book provides a compelling picture of how the state matters in making immigrants citizens. An outstanding contribution to the migration and citizenship literature!"--Christian Joppke, American University of Paris

A Report on the Census of Population Held on 4th June 1951

Reference to previous Census Reports showed that the perfect classification had
apparently not yet been found . ... In 1931 the classification was largely amended
, Dyaks being finally omitted , native - born Sulus being brought in and the sub ...


Author: North Borneo


ISBN: STANFORD:36105047153247

Category: Sabah

Page: 237

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Census of india ser 1 ser 15

*The relationship column has been filled up in every case with perfect clarity. ...
But, while the Enumerator could return another day and run the householder to
earth, the Verification Officer had no such facility; he had to complete his ... But,
even when the Verification Officer was misled, internal inconsistencies in the
verified schedules enabled the Tabulation Office to work out the true position. ...
Re-investigation confirmed that the baby was born after the reference date of the


Author: India. Census Commissioner


ISBN: STANFORD:36105119167489

Category: India


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A Centennial Story of the Lutheran Church in Texas 1851 1951

But will not such established schools view such a new project with jealous eyes ?
... True , some may ridicule us as Sanballat taunted the builders of Jerusalem . ...
be the spur that drives us to lay hands to the task so that we might experience the
Lord's promise : ' My strength is made perfect in weakness ' . ... It was in a stable
that Christ was born , and on the accursed tree He won the world's salvation .


Author: Heinz Carl Ziehe


ISBN: WISC:89077008712

Category: Lutheran Church


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The New York Times Encyclopedia of Film 1947 1951

Annie , way , was perfect for the stage . But that , per se , did not make her perfect
for the screen . To the contrary , many of the very things that helped her success
on the stage would have hindered her success on the screen . There were ...




ISBN: 0812910591

Category: Motion pictures


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No glossitis or acroparæsthesiæ . Normal gastric acidity . Sternal bone marrow :
No abnormality . In 1951 she was in perfect health . ( d ) Female , born 1906.
Histamine - refractory achlorhydria diagnosed in the Herning County Hospital in ...


Author: Københavns universitet. Institut for human arvebiologi


ISBN: CORNELL:31924065131512

Category: Genetics


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Supreme Court of the United States October Term 1951 No 111 Julius Rosenberg and Ethel Rosenberg Petitioners Vs the United States of America

No. 112: Morton Sobell, Petitioner, Vs. the United States of America; Petitions for
Writs of Certiorari and Exhibit Thereto, Filed June 7, ... because of his
commission of the crime charged , has a perfect right to show that he wasn't in
Mexico City because of some ... The Court : On page 6 all you have is that he was
born in ( fol .


Author: Julius Rosenberg


ISBN: UCBK:C044823253



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Iran Political Diaries 1881 1965 1946 1951

Still roported to be at Alexandria 1945 ; has not Sent to Europe on privata
business for the Shah . ntteinpted to retum to ... Qaraguzlu , Ali Reza ( Baha - ul -
Mulk ) . his estate at Kabud - Rahang , near Hamadan . wedding colebrations in
April 1939 , and retired to Born about 1880 . ... Speaks perfect English and
French . 136 .


Author: Robert Michael Burrell


ISBN: UOM:39015040728316

Category: Great Britain

Page: 745

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The Madison Art Association 1901 1951

This is not an all - embracing program — there is no mention of stimulating local
creative effort or of founding a gallerybut it is a balanced and vigorous program
for the not yet born organization . ... sure his rare blend of humor and dignity gave
the meeting a good send - off , and I suspect he had been chosen as the perfect
middle - man between the fanatic art - lovers and the more skeptical solid citizens


Author: Janet Smith Ela


ISBN: WISC:89056198567

Category: Arts

Page: 109

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1951 2001

Pucci was the perfect testimonial to the new image of Italy and the great leap
forward that the country made in those years . But Pucci was not just about
folklore : no one could claim to have understood the woman of the sixties and her
desire for ... There is a story about him that may be apocryphal , but nevertheless
rings true . ... The miracle happened : out of the synergy between Armani's talent
and the GFT's production and distribution capacity was born modern fashion and
what ...


Author: Luigi Settembrini

Publisher: Skira

ISBN: MINN:31951D01937808R

Category: Art

Page: 217

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A sincere tribute to the world renowned phenomenon of Made in Italy on the occasion of two memorable dates: the fiftieth anniversary of the first Italian fashion show (Florence, 1951) and the fortieth anniversary of the International Furniture Show (Milan, 1961). The book, devoted to fifty years of Italian fashion and design, examines the complex mosaic of Made in Italy divided into different aspects and themes: -- Belvedere: an overview of the cultural and emotional relationship that exists between certain great foreign artists (including Luciano Fabro, Nam June Paik, Anish Kapoor, Joseph Kosuth, Panamarenko, Julian Schnabel) and Italy. -- Memory: a spectacular and historic interpretation of forty years of Italian life divided into four decades. Protagonists of the design and fashion worlds have been chosen for each decade: from Gio Ponti and Roberto Capucci (1951-1961) to Ettore Sottsass and Gianni Versace (1981-1991). -- Brokenhaus: an original mass of clothes and objects of fashion and design of the last 50 years, including Brionvega TV, Olivetti typewriters and Bialetti coffee-makers. -- Taste: another major "Italian-made" reality, gastronomy, is unconventionally interpreted by the designer Gaetano Pesce and by Andrea Pezzi, icon of teen-age pop culture. -- Allegory: a metaphor of the triumph of "Italian-made" goods to represent the decade 1991-2001, dedicated to all the leading figures in Italian design and fashion today, from Philippe Starck and Vico Magistretti to Gaetano Pesce, from Armani and Gucci to Dolce e Gabbana.

Congressional Record 1951

There is enough of the Godlike within each of us to rejoice when we have given
perfect utterance to that which we most deeply ... It was not— Writes one of his
biographers— a great life, as the world counts greatness. ... Aside from possibly
one or two national airs born of great historical crises and a few hymns of worship
this is probably the most ... come to be a river of dreams more than a real




ISBN: IND:30000142014483



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Agrippina Vaganova 1879 1951

Nikolai Gustavovich Legat , son of Moscow Theatre School teacher and dancer
Gustav Legat , was born in 1869. ... his book , Heritage of a Ballet Master : Nicolai
Legat , when he says that Legat did not simply pass on to his pupils that which he
... He constantly and insistently worked to evolve and perfect a unique system
from the genuine national elements of the ... representatives of a new school of
dance -- a true Russian classical dance that has indeed conquered the whole
world .


Author: Peggy Willis-Aarnio


ISBN: STANFORD:36105111957416

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 637

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In addition to biographical information on Agrippina Vaganova, this work describes and discusses where the teaching method came from, and how Vaganova took this information and distilled it to its essence and then organized it in a codified, rational way.

Dr Robert Broom F R S Palaeontologist and Physician 1866 1951

I am not so surprised at your remarks as I would have been at one time , but
naturally after wading through or glancing over so many ... Since Huxley's death
a perfect cloud of articles have appeared in all quarters , One gets wearied with
them , the ... Sydney University possessed at that time a remarkable group of
scientists perhaps the most promising of whom was the Australian - born neuro -
anatomist ...


Author: George Findlay


ISBN: UCAL:B3590966

Category: Paleontologists

Page: 157

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First Hundred Years Scotch College Melbourne 1851 1951

It could be done only by a born teacher , and by one who had taken all
knowledge for his province . ... One would have thought the machine well - nigh
perfect when he began , but he was always looking for improvements , always ...
But while he was great in these respects , these were not his greatest
achievements .


Author: George Harvey Nicholson


ISBN: UOM:39015070346377

Category: Private schools

Page: 720

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Nicolas Medtner 1879 ie 1880 1951

One was immediately conscious of the affinity with the last works of Beethoven ,
which hitherto had really no historical continuation ( Brahms is more akin to
Beethoven of ... That , too , was something new for a Russian composer : Russian
music was born on the background of colour and colour effects . ... His works are
composed primarily for the instrument of which he had perfect mastery - - the
piano .


Author: Richard Holt

Publisher: London : D. Dobson

ISBN: UOM:39015032914023

Category: Composers

Page: 238

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"This memorial volume, in addition to short biographical details and personal recollections from a number of his friends contains critical essays covering all his works. There are also included extracts from Medtner's own writings."--Cover.

Obituaries from the Times 1951 1960

Gable was born at Cadiz , Ohio , on February 1 , 1901 , and came to the cinema
in the mid 1920s after a period of ... Neither should Gable's real skill as a comic
actor go unpraised ; his timing was perfect -a legacy , no doubt , of his stage ...


Author: Frank C. Roberts

Publisher: Conran Octopus

ISBN: 0903713969

Category: Biography

Page: 896

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