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  • (Psychology) degree through the Navy Campus for Achievement program (Regents College, University of the State of New York, Albany) before leaving the Navy after
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  • his son Thutmose III was very young and Hatshepsut assumed the role of regent for her young stepson. At some point in or before year 7 Hatshepsut assumed
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  • of Regents, which turned the school into the Stout State College. The Board of Regents is a committee of 18 members who look over the University of Wisconsin
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  • 1515-1560 French-born second wife of James V of Scotland from 1538, and 1554-59 regent of Scotland for her daughter Mary Queen of Scots. A Catholic, she moved
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  • withdraw in confusion. Gajah Mada, an ambitious Majapahit prime minister and regent from 1331 to 1364, extended the empire's rule to the surrounding islands
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  • Carolina Federation of Women’s Clubs. During World War I, Hardeman was the regent of the Liberty Hall Chapter of the DAR in Charlotte, which provided a variety
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  • following members of government: Executive: Captain Regent Francesco Mussoni and Captain Regent Stefano Palmieri (co-chiefs of state); Congress of State
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  • 1,000 students. In 1955, the school board of Stout and the Board of Regents of the state colleges came together and decided that Stout should join
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  • Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill,1977 * North, C., CROP CIRCLES HOAX OR HAPPENING, Regent * Noyes, Ralph, (ed), THE CROP CIRCLE ENIGMA: GROUNDING THE PHENOMENON
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  • own board of regents; this lasted until 1955 and then became Stout State College. In 1965, the State Colleges were upgraded to Universities and Stout State
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  • Elle Goode Hardeman was regent of the Liberty Hall Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR). During World War I, the Liberty Hall Chapter
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  • down with him. Fortunately, the school board of the time (now board of regents) convinced the Wisconsin school system to see value in the school and adopt
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  • jurisdiction of the Board of Regents of State Colleges. In 1964, the institute was changed yet again. Under the name, Stout State University, this institution had
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  • (2001); W. Muss-Arnolt, The Names of the Assyro-Babylonian Months and Their Regents, Journal of Biblical Literature (1892). H. Olofsson (July 2, 2012). "Red
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  • Western Australia* 34 University of Southern Queensland 35 University of Tasmania NEW Zealand 1. NMIT 2. Bay of Plenty Polytechnic 3. Regent International Group
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  • Universities are still the major place in society where, worldwide, millions of people create, process, use, adapt and distribute knowledge, in various
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  • rest of the book. The Mark Twain Project is a trademark of the Regents of the University of California and has been working since 1967 to make “a comprehensive
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  • or 27. It took place at the home of Lady Poulett, in some square out of Regent-street. I cannot recollect where, but Lady Mount-Temple and the late Lord
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  • more elaborate hearing will produce a more accurate decision 2. Board of Regents v. Roth (1972) [327] a. Roth was hired as an assistant professor. He completed
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