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- Draper was a member of the famous "Grind Line" in Detroit, consisting of Kirk Maltby and Darren McCarty.
- Draper was a member of the famous Grind Line in Detroit, consisting of himself, Kirk Maltby and either Joe Kocur or Darren McCarty.
- Draper is the only tuba soloist I know of in jazz, ploughing a rather lonely furrow.
- Draper was spun off from MIT in 1973, in part due to anti-war protests.
- Draper was one of the pioneers of the use of astrophotography.
- Her work makes her happy when it's made Draper or Father Gill or Freddy happy with her.
- The Henry Draper system of star identification (HD) system of stellar classification was named for Draper.
- In 1937, Draper joined with eugenicists Harry Laughlin and Frederick Osborn to form the Pioneer Fund (no pagination).
- The Charles Stark Draper Prize is a prominent prize in engineering devoted to the memory of Charles Stark Draper.
- The Pioneer Fund was created by Wickliffe Draper in order to promote the betterment of the race through eugenics.
- Oliva, Schwarzenegger, Ferrigno, Katz and Draper were the biggest bodybuilders of all time.
- 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.
- On September 30, 1880, M42 was the first nebula to be successfully photographed, by Henry Draper.
- In 1850 Bond produced one of the moon of great beauty, Draper having made some attempts at an even earlier date.
- Astrophotography, the photography of celestial objects, began in 1840 when John William Draper took an image of the Moon using the daguerreotype process.
- Born in London, John Graunt was the son of a draper.
- X. Charles Clutterbuck [3rd son of Edmund Clutterbuck (61)], citizen and draper of London, Artist, born 3 September, 1806; bap.
- 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.
- This project was funded by Draper's legacy and the result was the Henry Draper Catalogue.
- For more details, see Applied Regression Analysis, by Draper and Smith, Wiley 1981, Chapter 5, section 5.4 on use of dummy variables.
- The latter, Draper notes, can cut itself free of dependence on ''every other section of society including those.
- For his inventions and contributions, Draper was inducted to the National Inventors Hall of Fame in 1981.
- In 1886, Langley received the Henry Draper Medal from the National Academy of Sciences for his contributions to solar physics.
- 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.
- And working out with the likes of Draper and Ed Corney, Ken Waller, etc.
- 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.
- Several months later, on November 14, Draper contacted Kathy Smith, a female supervisor, and told Smith about her problems with Anelli.
- Draper writes: "The final blow to the Socialist Party was the defection of the Jewish federation at a convention in Sept.
- 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.
- The Draper prize is named for Charles Stark Draper, the "father of inertial navigation ", an MIT professor and founder of the Draper Laboratory.
- 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.
- Sir James Murray was born in the village of Denholm near Hawick in the Scottish Borders, the eldest son of a draper, Thomas Murray.
- Get details on Rusty Draper 's background on the official VH1 website.
- Farrell H. "Rusty" Draper, also actor and radio host.
- 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.
- Draper began teaching aircraft instrumentation at MIT in the late 1920s.
- In the 1960s, anti-war protests caused MIT to spin off Draper Laboratories, which designed ICBM guidance systems.
- While at MIT, he founded the Instrumentation Laboratory in the 1930s, later spun off as The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, Inc.
- 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.
- Zinc status among vegetarians also appears to be adequate (Levin, 1986b; Draper, 1993).
- And of course the old grinders, Kris Draper, Kirk Maltby, Darren McCarty and the likes, are still around as well.
- 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.
- She was the granddaughter of John William Draper and niece of Henry Draper, both pioneering astronomers.
- 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.
- The HD (Henry Draper) number is an identifying number assigned to the strs in the Henry Draper catalog.
- His son, Henry Draper, later became the first person to photograph the Orion Nebula in 1880, which was essentially the first deep sky astrophoto.
- In September, 1880, Draper took the first photograph of a distant astronomical object (the Orion Nebula).
- She was the granddaughter of J. W. Draper and niece of Henry Draper, both pioneering astronomers.
- She was the grandaughter of J. W. Draper and niece of Henry Draper, both pioneering astronomers.
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