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  • probably best known for his 1939 novel Kitty Foyle, which was made into an Academy Award-winning movie. Another well-known work is Thunder on the Left (1925)
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  • _Jerome18851945American composer for film and theatre and two-time winner of the Academy Award for Best Original Song. Known for songs like "A Fine Romance", "All
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  • SilversLouisSilversSilvers,_Louis18891954American film composer, winner of the 1935 Academy Award for Best Musical Score. Sometimes credited as Lou Silvers. April Showers
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  • Members of this House. I cannot begin to fathom why someone watching the Academy Award winning "Schindler's List" on television the other night would choose
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  • sexually suggestive conduct). “Traffic” won its Academy Award in 2001. “American Beauty” won its Academy Award in 2000. But the CPPA has been on the books
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  • Immediately before the close of his career in the metropolis the Royal Academy awarded him the Turner annuity, which just then happened to be vacant. [Personal
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  • evidence that a real novelist had been found in Sweden. The Swedish Academy awarded her their smaller gold medal, and she increased her reputation by Presidentens
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  • countrymen, he founded a number of prizes to be awarded by the French Academy, the Academy of Science, or the Academy of Medicine. At the beginning of the French
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  • Georgia and Alabama. This song was sung in the 1943 movie "The Human Comedy," which was nominated for Academy Awards in five categories and in "True Grit."
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  • United States 233 F.2d 444 (1956) Nos 329 23998 233 F.2d 449 (1956) Academy Award Products v. Bulova Watch Company a 233 F.2d 451 (1956) Bridgeforth v
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  • hibernica to the list of Irish species in 1795, for which the Royal Irish Academy awarded him a prize of five guineas (not fifty, as stated by Sir James Edward
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  • witnesses, but, nevertheless, it was never resumed. The Royal Irish Academy awarded Petrie a gold medal for his essay on Tara; but Sir William Betham [q
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  • Thirty” in a nomination for Best Picture in the 85th Academy Awards. Since the successful award-winning outcome of the 2008 film “The Hurt Locker,” Bigelow
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  • music. He was esteemed by his peers, who twice voted to honor him with Academy Awards-for "The Way You Look Tonight" and "The Last Time I Saw Paris." New
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  • Last year’s Academy Awards featured the movie, Traffic, which was nominated for Best Picture. See Predictable and Less So, the Academy Award Contenders
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  • instant hit, the first of many. Achievements and awards followed in droves. Disney won 30 Academy Awards. He produced the first full-length animated film
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  • evidence that a real novelist had been found in Sweden. The Swedish Academy awarded her their smaller gold medal, and the fortunate authoress became famous
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  • (1671-1732) on the basis of Newton's principles; ten years later the Academy awarded a prize to an essay on the planetary motions written by John Bernouilli
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  • This undertaking was abandoned some twenty years ago. Every year the Academy awards a number of prizes. Previous to 1780 only two prizes were distributed
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  • et Belles Lettres; in 1841, on the motion of Villemain, the French Academy awarded him the first Prix Gobert, which became a kind of literary inheritance
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