• David Elkind Paper
    Psychologist and educator David Elkind was born in 1931 in Detroit, Michigan. He and his family moved to California when he was an adolescent. He received the Bachelor of Arts from the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) in 1952, and his Doctorate in Philosophy (Ph.D.) from UCLA in 1955....
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  • David A. Kolb
    David Kolb born 1939 is a Professor of Organizational Behaviour in the Weatherhead School of Management, University, and Cleveland (Wikipedia 2013). Kolb studied social psychology and received his Ph.D. from Harvard University in 1967. In 2008 from the National Society of Experiential...
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  • David Berkowitz
    David Berkowitz was born on June 1, 1953. He was adopted into the Berkowitz family, and his original name was Richard Falco. His birth mother had to put him up for adoption because she had an affair with a married man, named Joseph Kleinman, who said that he would support her family if she gave the...
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  • David Crystal a Dictionary of Linguistics and Phonetics 6th Ed 2008
    A Dictionary of Linguistics and Phonetics A Dictionary of Linguistics and Phonetics 6th Edition. David Crystal © 2008 David Crystal. ISBN: 978-1-405-15296-9 THE LANGUAGE LIBRARY Series editor: David Crystal The Language Library was created in 1952 by Eric Partridge, the great etymologist a...
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  • David Hockney
    David Hockney The Artist David Hockney has always denied being a pop artist but is included under this heading because this is how the public perceives him. He was born in Bradford in 1937. By the time he won a scholarship to Bradford Grammar School at the age of eleven he had already decided that...
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  • David Berkowitz: the Son of Sam .44 Caliber Killer
    David Berkowitz: the Son of Sam or the .44 caliber Killer On the summer night of July 29, 1976 shots rang out in a New York City neighborhood. This marked the beginning of the .44 caliber or the Son of Sam murders. His reign of terror would grip this city and its surrounding areas for over a...
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  • Donatello's First David
    Forsythe 1 Caroline Forsythe Art 324: Renaissance Art Dr. Julia DeLancey 29 November 2011 Work: David Artist: Donatello Date: 1408 or 1412 Medium: Marble, 191 cm Patron: Opera del Duomo, Florence Location: Bargello Museum, Florence Work: Prophet David Artist: Donatello Date: 1408 Medium: Marble, 188...
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  • David Hicks
    David Hicks This "superstar designer" of the 1960's and 1970's was born in March of 1929 in Essex, Great Britain. When he was younger, David Hick's mother encouraged his drawings, theatricals and his many other fantasies. Both his father and his brother died when he was only in his teens, which...
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  • David Halberstam Biography
    David Halberstam David Halberstam, winner of a Pulitzer Prize and author of over twenty books, was a writer who in a sense, redefined journalism during the Vietnam War era. He did this in the way he stood up for what he believed in, despite efforts by others to stifle his journalistically pierci...
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  • ‘All the Arts Are Based on the Presence of Man, Only Photography Derives an Advantage from His Absence.’ (Bazin 1967: 13)
    To test the validity of the statement ‘All the arts are based on the presence of man, only photography derives an advantage from his absence.’ (Bazin 1967: 13), one has to first define what is meant by art. This commentary is going to examine this statement using three different definitions of a...
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  • David Ogilvy
    David Ogilvy The Learning Years David Mackenzie Ogilvy was born in West Horsley, England, on June 23, 1911. He was educated at Fettes College in Edinburgh and at Christ Church, Oxford (although he didn't graduate).After Oxford, Ogilvy went to Paris, where he worked in the kitchen of the Hotel Ma...
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  • David Berkowitz
    Jessica Taylor CJ133-Criminology David Berkowicz-Son of Sam David Berkowicz was born on June 1, 1953. He was adopted by Nathan and Pearl Berkowicz and lived in a middle-class home in the Bronx. Nathan and Pearl loved David so much but as he got older he felt rejected and disrespected because...
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  • Introduced In The Year 1967
    BACKGROUND History The first Automated Teller Machine (ATM) was introduced in the year 1967 by Barclays Bank in Enfield Town in North London. At that time a few would have anticipated excess in ATMs. Then for many years after, the aim was to shift people off the teller lines thus lowering a ba...
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  • What Does Saul David Mean by ‘the Company’s Gradual Metamorphosis from Mercantile to Political’? Did the British Intend to Pursue Social Reform in India?
    The existence of the East Indian Company had profound consequences for Indian society, as Britain’s power and dominance transformed the country. Saul David is a historian who has written extensively on the Indian Mutiny. One of those books, The Indian Mutiny, outlines the company’s gradual metam...
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  • David Hockney
    David Hockney Hockney, David (1937 -) British painter, draughtsman, printmaker, photographer, and designer. After a brilliant prize-winning career as a student at the Royal College of Art, Hockney had achieved international success by the time he was in his mid 20s, and has since consolidated...
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  • 1967
    1967 Incumbents * Queen of Australia – Elizabeth II * Governor-General – The Lord Casey * Prime Minister – Harold Holt (until 19 December), then John McEwen * State premiers * Premier of New South Wales – Robert Askin * Premier of South Australia – Frank Walsh (u...
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  • Chet Huntly and David Brinkley
    Chet Huntley and David Brinkley Known to many as the most popular dual anchormen in broadcasting history, Chet Huntley and David Brinkley gained fame as a duo and had become something unprecedented and later, often mimicked. Chester Robert Huntley, born December 10, 1911, came from Car...
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  • David Richard Berkowitz
    David Richard Berkowitz David Berkowitz also known as the “Son of Sam” and “The .44Caliber Killer” was born on June 1, 1953. Berkowitz was born Richard David Falco in Brooklyn, New York. His parents were Betty Broder and Joseph Kleinman. Broder was married to Tony Falco and had a daughter...
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  • The Perspective of Successful Owners by Laura Jane Lawton David Bruce Weaver
    TRAVEL AGENCY THREATS AND OPPORTUNITIES: THE PERSPECTIVE OF SUCCESSFUL OWNERS Laura Jane Lawton David Bruce Weaver ABSTRACT. In-dep th interviews with 19 owne rs of exceptionally successful US-based conventional travel agencies revealed negative public perceptions of travel agencies to be the...
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  • Nature/Nurture Debate on Gender with Reference to David Reimer Case
    David Reimer was born on 22nd August 1967 as a male identical twin. His birth name was Bruce and his twin brother was named Brian. At the age of 8 months while undergoing a circumcision operation, Bruce’s penis was burned beyond surgical repair. Ten months after the operation, Bruce’s paren...
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