• A Royal Society of Arts blue plaque, unveiled in 1876, commemorates his Gough Square house.
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  • Along with the rest of the England team, he was decorated in the 2006 New Year Honours list, being awarded the MBE for his role in the successful Ashes series.
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  • Although contemporary historians vilified Domitian after his death, his administration provided the foundation for the Principate of the peaceful 2nd century.
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  • Among his other notable kinsmen were nephews Thomas Theodore Crittenden, congressman from Missouri, and Thomas Turpin Crittenden, a general in the Union Army.
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  • An asteroid, 67085 Oppenheimer, was named in his honor, as was the lunar crater Oppenheimer.
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  • As Brezhnev and his colleagues died or were pensioned off, they were replaced by men and women for whom the Secret Speech and the first wave of de-Stalinization had been a formative experience, and these 'Children of Twentieth Congress' took up the reins of power under the leadership of Mikhail Gorbachev and his colleagues.
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  • At exam time his statue, located in Academic Plaza, is often covered in pennies.
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  • At the end of games in which he has been named one of the three stars, he has been known to give away his goalie stick to a fan in the crowd.
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  • During his lifetime, MacArthur earned over 100 military decorations from the U.S. and other countries including the Medal of Honor, the French Légion d'honneur and Croix de guerre, the Order of the Crown of Italy, the Order of Orange-Nassau from the Netherlands, Honorary Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath from Australia, and the Order of the Rising Sun with Paulownia Flowers, Grand Cordon from Japan.
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  • Editorial cartoonists and comedians often exaggerated his appearance and mannerisms, to the point where the line between the human and the caricature became increasingly blurred.
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  • Even those who disagree with his policies and decisions see him as an active, responsible, informed participant in charge of decision making.
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  • Finally, in an essay called Origin of a Hero discussing his novel the Rector of Justin, author Louis Auchincloss says the main character was not based on a headmaster; certainly not as was often speculated Groton's famous Endicott Peabody.
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  • Fleury is now a motivational speaker, hoping that sharing his story will encourage others to seek help for their problems.
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  • He continued to attend cricket matches where he was able to follow the play despite his blindness, and was frequently sought out by cricketers and asked for his advice or opinion.
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  • He is also remembered for his development of stainless steel and stellite, materials that are commonly used across the world today.
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  • He is commemorated in the Anglican Communion as a Reformation Martyr on 21 March, the anniversary of his death.
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  • He lost his job in 1959 when the firm went out of business, and the Hammond family again found themselves in financial trouble.
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  • His personal life became stressful; his marriage to Bettina was loveless, and effectively broke down altogether in the years of illness and relative poverty towards the end of his life.
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  • In 1956, Hartmut Erbse partly challenged Böckh's conclusions, when he argued that Against Meidias was a finished speech that could have been delivered in court, but Erbse then sided with George Grote, by accepting that, after Demosthenes secured a judgment in his favor, he reached some kind of settlement with Meidias.
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  • In 1969, a bronze sculpture of his head was unveiled in Jamaica's National Stadium, and in 1973 the Norman Manley Foundation gave him the Award for Excellence in Sports.
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  • In 1992 he was posthumously awarded the Akira Kurosawa Award for Lifetime Achievement in Directing at the San Francisco International Film Festival; it was accepted on his behalf by actress Sharmila Tagore.
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  • In his final years, Hutton suffered from ill health and became increasingly frail.
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  • Jeter received an honorary doctorate from Siena College honoring him for his foundation's work.
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  • John traces Wilfrid's many appeals to Rome to his motivation to hold together his monastic empire, rather than to self-interest.
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  • Lat's works are recognised as visual records of Malaysia's cultural history; he was awarded a Fukuoka Asian Culture Prize in 2002 for preserving Malay rural culture in his works.
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  • Like Nikolai Rubinstein with the First Piano Concerto, virtuoso and pedagogue Leopold Auer rejected the Violin Concerto initially but changed his mind; he played it to great public success and taught it to his students, who included Jascha Heifitz and Nathan Milstein.
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