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  1. Alma was a musician and an aspiring composer, but Mahler forbade her from engaging in creative work.
  2. ALMA is the most powerful telescope for observing the cool Universe — molecular gas and dust as well as the relic radiation of the Big Bang. (Web site)
  3. Hotel Alma is located in Omonia Square in the centre of downtown Athens.
  4. Background: Alma is from the Nyangumarta language group and she lives lives out at Tjalka Warra community just out of Port Hedland.

Modified Alma Prototype Antenna

  1. In fact, it is a modified ALMA prototype antenna and is located at the future site of the ALMA observatory. (Web site)

Alma Gluck

  1. No Alma Gluck on the "Mahler" recording - just singers who performed at the Hofoper.


  1. Educators Charles Kendall Adams, graduated in 1861, obtaining the degree of M.A. from his Alma Mater in the following year.


  1. Alma White, the leader of the Pillar of Fire Church, a holiness denomination, wrote a book against the Pentecostal movement that was published in 1936. (Web site)
  2. Alma Cogan is also the title of a Whitbread Book Award -winning novel by Gordon Burn published in 1991.


  1. Alma Gluck was the mother of popular television actor and part-time composer Efrem Zimbalist, Jr., and her daughter is the writer Marcia Davenport. (Web site)


  1. Zemlinsky works with Alma on her weak composing ability to improve the structure of her Lieder (songs). (Web site)
  2. Gillespie wrote a number of songs, notably "Manteca", "A Night in Tunisia", "Birk's Works", and "Con Alma", all jazz classics.


  1. His love was reciprocated, though Alma told Zemlinsky that she found him ugly.


  1. By way of background, Lumenis filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Alma Lasers Ltd., and its wholly-owned subsidiary, Alma Lasers, Inc. (Web site)


  1. Incidentally, both Mahler and Alma had manuscripts of this movement, which many musicians perceive as a love letter to Alma.
  2. The Rover Circle 50 aims at the continuous and unwavering assistance to his Alma Mater and to the movement to which he has sworn loyalty.


  1. We conclude that the application layer approach and ALMA seem very promising for ad hoc multicasting.
  2. Application to academic work and studies is a college man's first duty to his alma mater, his fraternity and himself.


  1. In more detail, we find that ALMA performs significantly better than ODMRP, a network layer, for small group sizes.


  1. Barbara Wertheim was born on January 30, 1912, in New York City, to Alma and Maurice Wertheim, both of their families were distinguished. (Web site)


  1. Alma outlived Gustav by more than 50 years, and in their course, she was active in publishing material about his life and music.
  2. Lila and Alma began to get interested in Islam two years ago - their mother is a non-practising Algerian. (Web site)
  3. Prior to that, Herrmann was on the coaching staff at Michigan, his alma mater, for 20 years, including a nine-year stint as defensive coordinator.


  1. The Alma King is the largest known rhodochrosite crystal; it was found in the Sweet Home Mine near Alma, Colorado. (Web site)


  1. His alma mater, the University of Wisconsin, presented him with the Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters in 1996.
  2. University of Michigan (alma mater) -- CCHA hockey rulz. (Web site)
  3. He was hired away by University of Virginia coach Bruce Arena and spent two years as his assistant, before taking the head job at his alma mater, Princeton. (Web site)

Head Coach

  1. London left in January to become the head coach at his alma mater, the University of Richmond. (Web site)


  1. Groh resigned after his first season to coach the team at his alma mater, the University of Virginia. (Web site)


  1. Alma College is located in a small-town setting, the city of Alma having slightly less than 10,000 residents. (Web site)
  2. Alma College is a selective, private, liberal arts college located in the small city of Alma in the U.S. state of Michigan. (Web site)
  3. From 1981-88, Coach Inco was a linebackers coach with his alma mater, Ithaca (NY) College. (Web site)

December 2007

  1. In December 2007, Alma submitted 22 prior art references to the PTO for consideration with respect to the seven Lumenis patents. (Web site)


  1. While in Alma Ata, Comrade Sajjad Zaheer breathed his last after suffering a heart attack on September 13, 1973. (Web site)
  2. Alma Bennett (9 April, 1904 – 16 September, 1958), was an American film actress of the silent era. (Web site)
  3. After the competition ended, Zhang was invited to visit Sichuan University, her alma mater, during its orientation week celebration in early September.


  1. Astronomers expect ALMA to make extremely important contributions in a a variety of scientific specialties.


  1. One day, Alma brings Ennis a postcard from Jack, who is en route to visit Wyoming.


  1. He played 13 years in the league, won two Grey Cups and first gained experience coaching defensive backs at his alma mater, Western Washington University.

Alma Mahler

  1. In 1913 he married Alma Mahler [so der Maler married die Mahler] who built a house for him where he could work and where they lived for a year. (Web site)


  1. In 1900, Zemlinsky met Alma Schindler (later Alma Mahler) and fell in love with her.
  2. At the home of Alma Mahler (widow of Gustav and then married to Bauhaus director Walter Gropius), Nelly also met the young Italian composer Vittorio Rieti.
  3. Alma Mahler survived her husband by more than 50 years, dying in 1964. (Web site)


  1. Mario Tremblay (born September 2, 1956 in Alma, Quebec) is a former professional ice hockey player and a former National Hockey League head coach. (Web site)
  2. Mario Tremblay (born September 2, 1956 in Alma, Quebec) is a former professional ice hockey player and former coach in the National Hockey League (NHL).
  3. Arnold Gesell was born in Alma, Wisconsin, and received his bachelor's degree from the University of Wisconsin. (Web site)


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  2. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Society > Organizations > Head Coach
  3. Sports > Hockey > Ice Hockey > National Hockey League
  4. World > Countries > Canada > Quebec
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