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  • Proclamation 6715 − Women's Equality Day, 1994 Proclamation 6716 − Classical Music Month, 1994 Proclamation 6717 − National Gang Violence Prevention Week
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  • years old kid in recognition of his exceptional talents in Indian classical music. This little boy had mastery over many musical instruments. He also
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  • Encyclopedia Americana (1906) Music 140208The Encyclopedia Americana (1906) — Music Author:Louis Charles Elson Music is the science of combining tones
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  • rhetorician. Ancelot, Jacques A. F. P., French dramatist. Anchises, in classical legend. Anchor. Anchovy, fish. Anchylosis, stiffness of joint. Ancillon
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  • The American Indian by Clark Wissler Chapter IX 1383054The American Indian — Chapter IXClark Wissler CHAPTER IX THE FINE ARTS No doubt many
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  • In the October term of 1881 he gave lectures in Sanskrit to classical students and to Indian civil service candidates studying at the university, and he
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  • God of disease. A478.1. Goddess of pestilence. *Krappe "Artemis Mysia" Classical Philology XXXIX (1944) 178—183. — Hindu: Penzer I 147. F493. Spirit of
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  • same time there began the development of Bohemian classical music as a part of the European classical period. The Bohemian masters of this time whose art
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  • SCIENCE IN CLASSICAL SCHOOLS. Messrs. Editors: PROFESSOR COOKE, in his remarks on "The Greek Question," does injustice to the best classical schools in
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  • Legende des Abendlandes 81; Dickson Valentine and Orson 54 n. 66; *Pease Classical Philology XII (1917) 8ff.; Norden on Vergil Aeneid VI, lines 136ff.; Stemplinger
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  • head than that of the poet. In this poem, as in the other one that has a classical theme, "The Departure of Proserpine," those who remember their classics
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  • grammar school of his native town till 1836. He early showed a talent for music and came into contact with several distinguished composers, such as Felix
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  • Britannica, Volume 14 Indians, North American 6009391911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 14 — Indians, North American INDIANS, NORTH AMERICAN. The
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  • Achelous, river, Greece. Achenwall, Gottfried, German writer. Acheron, in classical mythology. Achill, island, Ireland. Achilles, in Greek legend. Achilles
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  • hiatus valde defietidus—to wit the utter absenteeism of a correct and classical style in English composition. To the highly educated native gentleman
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  • 1854 and M.A. in 1856. Although he won only a third class in the final classical school, he read Greek poetry with enthusiasm, and in 1852 he obtained
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  • I.A. Member of the Royal Irish Academy. Mus.B. Bachelor of Music. Mus.D. Doctor of Music. M.V.O. Member of the Victorian Order. N.P. Notary Public. O
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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Rebab (category 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica articles about music)
    are assigned to the 2nd or 3rd century, and are said to show traces of classical influence. The same instrument is found engraved on a Sassanian silver
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  • most attractive pieces. His programmes contained a certain amount of classical music—though at the beginning hardly so much as that given by some of his
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  • Harris The Dioscuri in the Christian Legends (London 1903); Krappe The Classical Journal XVIII (1923) 502ff.; Zeitschrift fur Ethnologie LXVI (1929) 187ff
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