Accordingly, Fuʾād assumed the title of king in 1922.
This 1922 gem has a huge selection of cakes, meringues and pastries.
From discussion to deployment, the 1922 SMS system was built in a week.
But this week, the 1922 will meet after MPs return to parliament, and the issue is expected to dominate everything.
By Nov. 1, 1922, 564 broadcasting stations had been licensed.
He led the American League in stolen bases for four years, stealing 51 in 1922.
He was the leader of the Conservative Party during the periods 1911–21 and 1922–23.
Opposition to the treaty led to the outbreak of civil war in Ireland (June 28, 1922).
On December 30, 1922, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics was officially established.
After 1922 Mucha lived in Czechoslovakia, and he donated his “Slavic Epic” paintings to the city of Prague.
…artistic life of Brazil, the Semana de Arte Moderna (“Week of Modern Art”), held in São Paulo in February 1922.
Shortly thereafter an experimental station was authorized at Marconi House in London, and its first program went on the air May 11, 1922.
After completing a doctorate in theoretical physics in 1921, Pauli worked as an assistant to Max Born at the University of Göttingen (1921–22) and as an assistant to Wilhelm Lenz at the University of Hamburg (1922).
…of technological achievements; the second, Paafuglefjeren (1922; “The Peacock Feather”), expresses his love of exotic-sounding names and brilliant colours and was inspired by a journey to China and Japan in 1922.
She made Head Over Heels (1922), Oh, Mabel Behave (1922), Suzanna (1922), and The Extra Girl (1923) for Sennett, but in 1924 her chauffeur shot a wealthy friend of hers, and her career could not survive the second scandal.
A small part in Beyond the Rainbow (1922) brought her considerable attention, and she was soon playing starring roles in such movies as Down to the Sea in Ships (1922), The Plastic Age (1925), Mantrap (1926), Kid Boots (1926), and Dancing Mothers (1926).
—died Aug. 12, 1922, Dublin), journalist and Irish nationalist, principal founder of the powerful Sinn Féin (“We Ourselves” or “Ourselves Alone”) movement, and acting president of Dáil Éireann (Irish Assembly) (1919–20) and its president from Jan. 10, 1922, until his death.
And if he presents himself to the 1922 Committee of Tory MPs as the person to lead us out of the valley of a 25 per cent drop in national income – in contrast to the prime minister who led us into it – he has a special hold on the allegiance of the body that has made and broken Tory prime ministers since 1922.
…poetry, expressionistic in style, was Fribytterdrømme (1920; “Pirate Dreams”), which speaks of the beauty of the city and of technological achievements; the second, Paafuglefjeren (1922; “The Peacock Feather”), expresses his love of exotic-sounding names and brilliant colours and was inspired by a journey to China and Japan in 1922.
Albert, in full Albert-honoré-charles Grimaldi, (born November 13, 1848, Paris—died June 26, 1922, Paris), prince of Monaco (1889–1922), seaman, amateur oceanographer, and patron of the sciences, whose contributions to the development of oceanography included innovations in oceanographic equipment and technique and the founding and endowment of institutions to further basic research.
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Albert in full Albert-honoré-charles Grimaldi born November 13 1848 Paris—died June 26 1922 Paris prince of Monaco 1889–1922 seaman amateur oceanographer and patron of the sciences whose contributions to the development of oceanography included innovations in oceanographic equipment and technique and the founding and endowment of institutions to further basic research