Cyril Dean Darlington, (born Dec. 19, 1903, Chorley, Lancashire, Eng.
In 1903, Peirce gave a series of lectures at Harvard, and at The Lowell Institute.
In 1903 Blok married Lyubov Mendeleyeva, daughter of the famous chemist D.I.
Old Main, built in 1903, is a distinctive Victorian architectural feature of the campus.
The legislature enacted the direct primary in 1903 and state civil-service reform in 1905.
Also in 1903 she helped organize the Colony Club, the first women’s social club in New York.
There are discussions in later texts that seem to involve aspects, at least, of the 1903 conception.
Herbert Spencer (1820–1903) is typically, though quite wrongly, considered a coarse social Darwinist.
The Austro-Russian agreements of 1897 came to bear in 1903, when a major revolt occurred in Macedonia.
While serving as director of the state botanical survey (1892–1903), he discovered a rare lichen, which was subsequently named Roscopoundia.
The 1896 Olympic Games fostered interest in gymnastics, and the FIG World Championships in gymnastics were organized for men in 1903, for women in 1934.
Zola’s final series of novels, Les Trois Villes (1894–98; The Three Cities) and Les Quatre Évangiles (1899–1903; The Four Gospels), are generally conceded to be far less forceful than his earlier work.
Nordenskjöld published his extensive findings in Wissenschaftliche Ergebnisse der schwedischen Südpolar-expedition 1901–1903 (1905–20; “Scientific Results of the Swedish South Polar Expedition 1901–1903”).
His first four books—King Midas (1901, first published the same year as Springtime and Harvest), Prince Hagen (1903), The Journal of Arthur Stirling (1903), and a Civil War novel Manassas (1904)—were well received by the critics but did not sell well.
Hay–Bunau-Varilla Treaty, (Nov. 18, 1903), agreement between the United States and Panama granting exclusive canal rights to the United States across the Isthmus of Panama in exchange for financial reimbursement and guarantees of protection to the newly established republic.
The second famous published antinomy (Russell 1903, paragraphs 78, 101–106; Frege 1903, Appendix, dated October 1902; see the entry Russell’s paradox and Klement 2010) takes us from Cantor’s paradise into the realm of the foundations of logic and the philosophy of mathematics.
In the 20th century, notably popular dolls included the teddy bear (1903); the Kewpie Doll (1903); the Bye-lo Baby, who closed her eyes in sleep (1922); the Dydee and Wetsy Betsy dolls (1937); the Barbie doll (1959); Cabbage Patch Kids (1983); and the American Girls Collection (1986).
—died April 30, 1941, New York, New York), pioneer American film director whose innovative use of dramatic editing (piecing together scenes shot at different times and places) in such films as The Life of An American Fireman (1903) and The Great Train Robbery (1903) revolutionized filmmaking.
, Los intereses creados (performed 1903, published 1907; The Bonds of Interest, performed 1919), his most celebrated work, based on the Italian commedia dell’arte; Los malhechores del bien (performed 1905; The Evil Doers of Good); La noche del sábado (performed 1903; Saturday Night, performed 1926); and…
Leo XIII, , original name Vincenzo Gioacchino Pecci, (born March 2, 1810, Carpineto Romano, Papal States—died July 20, 1903, Rome), head of the Roman Catholic Church (1878–1903) who brought a new spirit to the papacy, manifested in more conciliatory positions toward civil governments, by care taken that the church not be opposed to scientific progress and by an awareness of the pastoral and social needs of the times.
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Leo XIII original name Vincenzo Gioacchino Pecci born March 2 1810 Carpineto Romano Papal States—died July 20 1903 Rome head of the Roman Catholic Church 1878–1903 who brought a new spirit to the papacy manifested in more conciliatory positions toward civil governments by care taken that the church not be opposed to scientific progress and by an awareness of the pastoral and social needs of the times