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FATHER GILL
HENRY DRAPER SYSTEM
PIONEER FUND
CHARLES STARK DRAPER PRIZE
WICKLIFFE DRAPER
OLIVA
DAVE DRAPER
SEPTEMBER
MOON
LONDON
RESULT
SECTION
CONTRIBUTIONS
LIKES
SET FORTH
NOVEMBER 14
SOCIALIST PARTY
FATHER
ELDEST SON
RUSTY
TUBA
MIT
APA
VEGETARIANS
KRIS DRAPER
DETROIT
HENRY DRAPER
ORION NEBULA
DRAPER
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Definitions

  1. Draper was a member of the famous "Grind Line" in Detroit, consisting of Kirk Maltby and Darren McCarty.
  2. Draper was a member of the famous Grind Line in Detroit, consisting of himself, Kirk Maltby and either Joe Kocur or Darren McCarty.
  3. Draper is the only tuba soloist I know of in jazz, ploughing a rather lonely furrow.
  4. Draper was spun off from MIT in 1973, in part due to anti-war protests.
  5. Draper was one of the pioneers of the use of astrophotography.

Father Gill

  1. Her work makes her happy when it's made Draper or Father Gill or Freddy happy with her.

Henry Draper System

  1. The Henry Draper system of star identification (HD) system of stellar classification was named for Draper.

Pioneer Fund

  1. In 1937, Draper joined with eugenicists Harry Laughlin and Frederick Osborn to form the Pioneer Fund (no pagination).

Charles Stark Draper Prize

  1. The Charles Stark Draper Prize is a prominent prize in engineering devoted to the memory of Charles Stark Draper.

Wickliffe Draper

  1. The Pioneer Fund was created by Wickliffe Draper in order to promote the betterment of the race through eugenics.

Oliva

  1. Oliva, Schwarzenegger, Ferrigno, Katz and Draper were the biggest bodybuilders of all time.

Dave Draper

  1. Though Oliva won, he was a black Cuban with a radical physique, so Dave Draper remained Joe Weider's cover boy for a while longer.

September

  1. On September 30, 1880, M42 was the first nebula to be successfully photographed, by Henry Draper.

Moon

  1. In 1850 Bond produced one of the moon of great beauty, Draper having made some attempts at an even earlier date.
  2. Astrophotography, the photography of celestial objects, began in 1840 when John William Draper took an image of the Moon using the daguerreotype process.

London

  1. Born in London, John Graunt was the son of a draper.
  2. X. Charles Clutterbuck [3rd son of Edmund Clutterbuck (61)], citizen and draper of London, Artist, born 3 September, 1806; bap.

Result

  1. Although the lab was renamed The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory as a result of the controversy, Draper himself was forced into a brief retirement in 1970.
  2. This project was funded by Draper's legacy and the result was the Henry Draper Catalogue.

Section

  1. For more details, see Applied Regression Analysis, by Draper and Smith, Wiley 1981, Chapter 5, section 5.4 on use of dummy variables.
  2. The latter, Draper notes, can cut itself free of dependence on ''every other section of society including those.

Contributions

  1. For his inventions and contributions, Draper was inducted to the National Inventors Hall of Fame in 1981.
  2. In 1886, Langley received the Henry Draper Medal from the National Academy of Sciences for his contributions to solar physics.
  3. The Henry Draper Medal was established by the widow of Henry Draper, and is awarded by the US National Academy of Sciences for contributions to astrophysics.

Likes

  1. And working out with the likes of Draper and Ed Corney, Ken Waller, etc.

Set Forth

  1. We set forth below the relevant facts in the light most favorable to Draper, as is necessary for purposes of considering an order granting summary judgment.

November 14

  1. Several months later, on November 14, Draper contacted Kathy Smith, a female supervisor, and told Smith about her problems with Anelli.

Socialist Party

  1. Draper writes: "The final blow to the Socialist Party was the defection of the Jewish federation at a convention in Sept.
  2. Like Hal Draper, Jacobson was opposed to the merger of the ISL into the Socialist Party of America and to Shachtman's drift toward the right politically.

Father

  1. The Draper prize is named for Charles Stark Draper, the "father of inertial navigation ", an MIT professor and founder of the Draper Laboratory.
  2. His father, John William Draper (1811-1882), who was a chemist, took the first photographs (using a five-inch reflector telescope) of the moon in 1839-1840.

Eldest Son

  1. Sir James Murray was born in the village of Denholm near Hawick in the Scottish Borders, the eldest son of a draper, Thomas Murray.

Rusty

  1. Get details on Rusty Draper 's background on the official VH1 website.
  2. Farrell H. "Rusty" Draper, also actor and radio host.

Tuba

  1. The crowd responded resoundingly to the Max Roach Quintet with Booker Little on trumpet, George Coleman tenor sax, Ray Draper on tuba and Art Davis bass.

Mit

  1. Draper began teaching aircraft instrumentation at MIT in the late 1920s.
  2. In the 1960s, anti-war protests caused MIT to spin off Draper Laboratories, which designed ICBM guidance systems.
  3. While at MIT, he founded the Instrumentation Laboratory in the 1930s, later spun off as The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, Inc.

Apa

  1. Apa, who moved to the United States in 2006 and lives in the Salt Lake City suburb of Draper, said he would scatter the ashes of Hillary at the summit.

Vegetarians

  1. Zinc status among vegetarians also appears to be adequate (Levin, 1986b; Draper, 1993).

Kris Draper

  1. And of course the old grinders, Kris Draper, Kirk Maltby, Darren McCarty and the likes, are still around as well.

Detroit

  1. From my family to (Red Wings forward) Kris Draper to Jason Cirone and the guys I played with at Flint and Grand Rapids and back in Detroit.

Henry Draper

  1. She was the granddaughter of John William Draper and niece of Henry Draper, both pioneering astronomers.
  2. The first photograph of a nebula was made by Dr. Henry Draper in 1880, using a 51-minute exposure with an ll-inch Clark refractor.
  3. The HD (Henry Draper) number is an identifying number assigned to the strs in the Henry Draper catalog.

Orion Nebula

  1. His son, Henry Draper, later became the first person to photograph the Orion Nebula in 1880, which was essentially the first deep sky astrophoto.

Draper

  1. In September, 1880, Draper took the first photograph of a distant astronomical object (the Orion Nebula).
  2. She was the granddaughter of J. W. Draper and niece of Henry Draper, both pioneering astronomers.
  3. She was the grandaughter of J. W. Draper and niece of Henry Draper, both pioneering astronomers.

Categories

  1. Science > Astronomy > Astronomers > Orion Nebula
  2. Eldest Son
  3. Niece
  4. Detroit
  5. Nutrition > Diets > Vegetarianism > Vegetarians
  6. Books about "Draper" in Amazon.com

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