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  • every type, and the place where men with credentials bought from some "diploma mill" have passed as physicians, and where others, honest enough, have established
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  • Scotland Balk XXXIV. The Romans: The Long Causey XXXV. The Stannington Diploma—The Stone Villa—The Hall Corrections and Additions This work is
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  • historical painter, was born in 1741 at Eastbourne, where his father owned a mill, and was some time collector of customs. His uncle was a painter of some
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  • ‘The Mother,’ 1851; ‘Egeria,’ 1856; ‘The Elder Brother in Comus,’ his diploma work, 1860; and ‘Oliver Goldsmith,’ 1861. More important, however, than
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  • appointment was approved, and in 1854 Ward received from the pope the diploma of Ph.D. His lectures were carefully studied with a view not only to the
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  • frequently confused. He entered the Royal Veterinary College, obtaining his diploma 7 March 1829, and began to practise at Southampton, where he established
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  • 1851 Redgrave was elected a royal academician, when he painted as his diploma work ‘The Outcast,’ and in the same year produced a more ambitious work
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  • episode in the history of the Spanish Armada, was exhibited in 1889. His diploma picture, 'Misty Morning' (1891), a scene at Abinger, was the last of his
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  • rectory of Beeford with Lisset and Dunnington. In 1874 he received by diploma from the episcopal college of Holy Trinity, Hartford, Connecticut, the
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  • In November 1872 the American Institute, at its great show, awarded a diploma for 190 varieties of apples grown in Kansas, as the largest and handsomest
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  • brilliant and promising career was suddenly terminated before he painted his diploma picture. He had been painting the portraits of the daughter-in-law and
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  • an associate of the Royal Academy in 1871, and academician in 1874; his diploma work, exhibited in 1876, was an ideal group—‘Achilles and Pallas shouting
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  • By Mary Mills Patrick 1404084Popular Science Monthly Volume 56 January 1900 — Woman's Struggle for Liberty in Germany By Mary Mills Patrick1900
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  • but they also grant diplomas for proficiency in certain special branches of knowledge. Cambridge, for instance, gives a diploma in the science and practise
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  • terms of their charter require them to admit women as candidates for their diploma, have announced that they are now ready to admit women to the examinations
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  • Hastie Millar1912 FAED, JOHN (1819–1902), artist, born in 1819 at Barlay Mill, near Gatehouse-on-Fleet, in the Stewartry of Kirkcudbright, was eldest son
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  • religious denomination." A teacher is subject to revocation of certificate or diploma "who shall use any sectarian or denominational books or teach any sectarian
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  • organization improvised by journalists. In Belgium, the state has instituted a diploma for political sciences, which is a title of preference to administrative
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  • substantial thatched house for himself. In the following year he built a corn-mill in the village of Donaghmore. Walker appears to have visited England in 1686
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  • Society, showing youthful audacity and power. In 1787 he obtained his diploma, reading a thesis, 'De Motu Musculari,' which he is said to have defended
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