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Martin J. Bailey

(1927–97)

Bailey was born in California in 1927, and died in Atlanta, Georgia on 26 June 1997. He graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles as a B.A. with ...

Bailey, Martin J.

Bailey, Martin J. (1927–97)   Reference library

The Biographical Dictionary of American Economists

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Current Version:
2010
Subject:
Social sciences, Economics
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658 words

..., Martin J. ( 1927–97 ) Bailey was born in California in 1927 , and died in Atlanta, Georgia on 26 June 1997 . He graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles as a B.A. with highest honors in 1951 , and from the Johns Hopkins University as an M.A. in 1953 and as a Ph.D. with distinction in 1956 . He was also a Social Science Research Fellow at Trinity College, Cambridge in 1953–4 . He was honored by Phi Beta Kappa in 1951 and by Beta Gamma Sigma in 1971 . Bailey had an unusually diverse record of professional employment and...

Martin J. Bailey

Martin J. Bailey  

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(1927–97)Bailey was born in California in 1927, and died in Atlanta, Georgia on 26 June 1997. He graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles as a B.A. with ...
Domestic Buildings

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Malcolm Airs

The Oxford Companion to Local and Family History (2 ed.)

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Current Version:
2009
Subject:
History, Local and Family History
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6,135 words
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Oxford University Press

... C. Danachair ( 1975 ), and A. Bailey published Rural Houses of the North of Ireland in 1984 . The most recent synthesis for England is the attractively illustrated The Traditional Buildings of England ( 1990 ) by Anthony Quiney , who has also documented the development of the academic study of the subject in a detailed paper entitled ‘Medieval and Post‐Medieval Vernacular Architecture’, in Blaise Vyner (ed.), Building on the Past ( 1994 ), which fully acknowledges the importance of the work of scholars such as J. T. Smith , in establishing the...

Central Criminal Court

Central Criminal Court  

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The principal Crown Court for Central London, usually known from its address as the Old Bailey. The Lord Mayor of London and any City aldermen may sit as judges with High Court or circuit judges or ...
confidentiality

confidentiality  

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The process of and obligation to keep a transaction, documents, etc., private and secret, i.e., confidential; the right to withhold information, e.g. medical information, from others.
arson

arson  

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N.The intentional or reckless destruction or damaging of property by fire without a lawful excuse. There are two forms of arson corresponding to the two forms of criminal damage in the Criminal ...
prejudice

prejudice  

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Any attitude held towards a person or group that is not justified by the facts. Prejudice includes negative and positive attitudes towards people solely on the basis of their race, ethnicity, gender, ...
trade

trade  

[Ge]In archaeology this term tends to be used in its broadest sense to mean the transfer of goods between communities, recognizing that many different social mechanisms may be responsible for those ...
English language

English language  

The Germanic language spoken in England which takes its name from the Angles (who first committed their dialect to writing) and was extended to refer to all the dialects of the vernacular, Saxon and ...
child abuse

child abuse  

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The maltreatment of children. It may take the form of sexual abuse, when a child is involved in sexual activity by an adult; physical abuse, when physical injury is caused by cruelty or undue ...
racism

racism  

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The inability or refusal to recognize the rights, needs, dignity, or value of people of particular races or geographical origins. More widely, the devaluation of various traits of character or ...
agriculture

agriculture  

The practice of cultivating the soil, growing crops, or raising livestock for human use, including the production of food, feed, fibre, fuel, or other useful products. Also known as farming. See also ...
Thomas De Quincey

Thomas De Quincey  

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(1785–1859),ran away from Manchester Grammar School to the homeless wanderings in Wales and London which he was to describe in Confessions of an English Opium Eater (1822). He afterwards went to ...
Charcot, Jean Martin

Charcot, Jean Martin (1825–93)   Reference library

The Oxford Companion to the Mind (2 ed.)

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2006
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Science and technology, Psychology, Philosophy
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120 words

...studied with Charcot was Sigmund Freud , upon whom he made a lasting impression. (Published 1987) O. L. Zangwill Guillain, G. (1959). J. M. Charcot: His Life, his Work . trans. P. Bailey...

Wartburg, Schloss

Wartburg, Schloss   Reference library

The Grove Encyclopedia of Medieval Art and Architecture

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2013

...baileys are separated by a ditch. The outer bailey is approached from an earthwork, across a drawbridge and through a gatehouse in the old north tower. It is bounded to the east by the curtain wall with its defensive passage, the Elizabeth Gallery. Adjoining the gatehouse on the west are the Knight’s House, the Governor’s House (containing the Luther Room and the Nuremberg oriel window added in 1872 ), the Margarethe Gallery, and the Heated Chamber. A gatehouse between the Heated Chamber and the New Chamber separates the outer bailey from the inner bailey....

Hello, Dolly!

Hello, Dolly!   Reference library

The Oxford Companion to the American Musical

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2009
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Performing arts, Music
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990 words
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...affirmation of life. Casts for Hello, Dolly! Character 1964 Broadway 1975 Broadway 1969 film Dolly Levi Carol Channing Pearl Bailey Barbra Streisand Horace Vandergelder David Burns Billy Daniels Walter Matthau Cornelius Hackl Charles Nelson Reilly Terrence Emanuel Michael Crawford Irene Molloy Eileen Brennan Mary Louise Marianne McAndrew Barnaby Tucker Jerry Dodge Grenoldo Frazier Danny Lockin Minnie Fay Sondra Lee Chip Fields E. J. Peaker Hello, Dolly! (stage) Musical Numbers “I Put My Hand In” “It Takes a Woman” “Put on Your Sunday Clothes” “Ribbons Down...

children's versions of Dickens's works

children's versions of Dickens's works   Reference library

Gillian Avery

Oxford Reader's Companion to Dickens

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Current Version:
2011
Subject:
Literature, Literary studies (19th century)
Length:
490 words

...In 1934 J. Walker McSpadden offered Child Stories from Dickens , ‘in the reverent hope that it will serve as both introduction and incentive to the bulky volumes which so often alarm young people by their very size’. Both included original text, but several editors contented themselves with plot summaries; Russell Thorndike did many 32-page reductions in the 1940s. The fullest coverage is Hallie Erminie Rives 's Tales from Dickens (Indianapolis, 1905 ), illustrated by Reginald Birch , which takes in all Dickens's novels, including Martin Chuzzlewit...

Peter Pan

Peter Pan   Reference library

The Oxford Companion to the American Musical

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Current Version:
2009
Subject:
Performing arts, Music
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1,230 words
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...and remains popular with each new generation that experiences it. Peter Pan (Winter Garden Theatre 1954 ) featured Mary Martin as the high-flying Casts for Peter Pan Character 1950 Broadway 1953 film (voices) 1954 Broadway 1960 television Peter Pan Jean Arthur Bobby Driscoll Mary Martin Mary Martin Capt. Hook Boris Karloff Hans Conreid Cyril Ritchard Cyril Ritchard Wendy Marcia Henderson Kathryn Beaumont Kathy Nolan Maureen Bailey Michael Charles Taylor Tommy Luske Joseph Stafford Kent Fletcher John Jack Diamond Paul Collins Robert Harrington Joey Trent...

Douglass, Frederick

Douglass, Frederick   Reference library

The Oxford Encyclopedia of African Thought

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Current Version:
2010
Subject:
History, Regional and National History, Philosophy
Length:
2,131 words
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...his grandparents were Betsy and Issac Bailey of Talbot County along Maryland’s Eastern Shore. It was Betsy Bailey’s daughter Harriet who gave birth to Frederick Augustus Bailey.” Quoting McFeely, Gomez states the following: In the nineteenth century, on Sapelo Island (where Baileys still reside), there was a Fulfulde-speaking slave from Timbo, Futa Jallon, in the Guinea highlands, who could write Arabic and who was the father of twelve sons. His name was Belali Mahomet.… “Belali” slides easily into the English “Bailey,” a common African American surname along...

Womanist Criticism

Womanist Criticism   Reference library

Valerie Bridgeman

The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Bible and Gender Studies

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Current Version:
2014
Subject:
Religion, Social sciences, Sociology
Length:
5,565 words

...Michael Joseph Brown’s analyses of some womanist biblical scholarship ( 2004 , pp. 89–119) pay particular attention to Weems, Martin, Cheryl Kirk-Duggan, and Wilma Bailey. Brown notes that Weems and Kirk-Duggan, both working with mostly Old Testament texts, are willing to argue that biblical texts are complicated and complicit in African American (women’s) oppression. Old Testament scholar Bailey’s work is examined because she is African American rather than explicitly womanist, but her work follows womanist trends by focusing on Hagar ( 1994 ), a...

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