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  Memoir, by Charles Taber Congdon
Ewer was matriculated at Harvard University in 1844.
Ewer's first impulse was to become a teacher, a calling to which he felt specially drawn, and for which all who knew him will acknowledge that he had a special and natural fitness.
The plan proposed by Dr. Ewer was to declare a vacation of the schools, to abolish all the schools of the city, both ward and district, to divide the city into separate school districts, and generally to reorganize the schools.
anglicanhistory.org /usa/fcewer/memoir.html   (12600 words)

 John Ewer - Publications
Ewer, J. and Truman, J.W. Invariant association of ecdysis with increases in cyclic 3',5'-guanosine monophosphate (cGMP) immunoreactivity in a small network of peptidergic neurons in the hornworm, Manduca sexta.
Ewer, J. and Truman, J.W. Increases in cyclic GMP occur at ecdysis in an evolutionarily conserved insect neuronal network.
Ewer, J., De Vente, J., and Truman, J.W. (1994) Neuropeptide induction of cyclic GMP increases in the insect CNS: resolution at the level of single identifiable neurons.
www.entomology.cornell.edu /Faculty_Staff/Ewer/papers.html   (629 words)

 Marked by Marc Bazille: Ewer and basin (58.60.1,.2) | Object Page | Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
A ewer with its accompanying basin was among the most important components of the washing and grooming ritual known in France as la toilette.
Beneath the spout of the ewer is a dolphin mask framed by bullrushes, and the finial of the hinged cover is formed by a dolphin whose tail serves as a thumbpiece.
The sinuous lines of the ewer and its handle are a hallmark of the Rococo style, and the dolphin, appearing both in mask and finial form, was a frequently used motif.
www.metmuseum.org /TOAH/hd/fsilv/hod_58.60.1,.2.htm   (229 words)

Ewer, 50, is reviewing the Martz budget, and said the new governor would be making some changes to make good on commitments that he made to Montanans on the campaign trail.
Ewer said leading the fight against electric utility deregulation was his proudest legislative accomplishment, despite the outcome.
A Massachusetts native, Ewer attended public schools before receiving a bachelor's degree in economics from Northeastern University in Boston and later a master's degree in regional planning from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.
www.billingsgazette.com /newdex.php?display=rednews/2004/12/01/build/state/55-ewer.inc   (937 words)

 Fine Chinese Canton Enamel Dragon Ewer c.1800
The spout and neck of the ewer are characteristically for the period enamelled with a pink puce enamel arabesque against a white ground.
The body of the ewer is in near immaculate condition; however, the handle has been restored and the cover is a replacement.
The ewer was produced at Canton, modern day Guangzhu, in Guandong province, and dates to the reign of the Emperor Jiaqing (1796-1820).
www.trocadero.com /stores/EastWest/items/587319/item587319.html   (158 words)

 Ewer - Wikipedia
Ein Schiffstyp mit der Bezeichnung Ewer ist seit dem Mittelalter bekannt; eine erste schriftliche Erwähnung stammt aus dem Jahre 1252.
Zweimastige Ewer haben ein Ketschrigg und heißen "Besanewer".
Jahrhunderts werden Ewer häufig zusätzlich mit Motoren ausgerüstet.
de.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ewer   (177 words)

 Oregon Symphony Musician: Gregory Ewer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
After receiving his Bachelor's degree from the University of Houston, Ewer served as teaching assistant to Professor Sergiu Luca while simultaneously working toward a Master's degree at Rice University's Shepherd School of Music.
A year before joining the Oregon Symphony, Ewer moved to Portland to help found the Magnolia Chamber Ensemble, a versatile group known for it's period performances and commissions of new works.
Ewer's summer engagements have included performances at the Tanglewood Music Center and ongoing yearly performances at the San Luis Obispo Mozart Festival.
www.orsymphony.org /bios/musicians/bio_ewer.html   (198 words)

 Comic creator: Raymond Crawford Ewer
Raymond Crawford Ewer succeeded George Frink on the newspaper strip 'Slim Jim' after Frink's death in 1911.
Not much is known about this artist, except that he devoted himself to the strip with the same humor and inventiveness as his predecessor.
Ewer died in 1914, and was succeeded by Stanley Armstrong, who continued to draw it until 1937.
www.lambiek.net /artists/e/ewer_r.htm   (66 words)

Here is a truly spectacular sterling silver ewer in the rococco style, superbly made to the very highest standards by Tiffany and Co. The ewer's large size has allowed the designer to create an elaborate work of art with extraordinary and delightful decoration all over the surface.
The vine continues to swirl down to the rim of the ewer where it culminates into a lavish display of organic forms which stop just short of the gently curving pouring lip.
The ewer is in excellent condition and has a soft and pleasing patina.
www.trocadero.com /stores/nelson/items/592143/item592143.html   (418 words)

 Elizabeth Charlene Ewer - Delaware Wave - delmarvanow.com
Ewer was a 1949 graduate of Georgetown High School.
Ewer was very good with new graduates and when possible, the hospital assigned her to work with them.
She is survived by her two sons; Dean Thomas Ewer of Bealeton, Va. and Edward Everett Ewer Jr.
www.delmarvanow.com /bethanybeach/stories/20060621/2299375.html   (254 words)

 Ewer's Electric L.L.C
Ewer's Electric was originally established in 1977 by Jeff's great-uncle George Ewer.
They thought that keeping the tradition of George's name on the new company was important because the Ewer Family's roots are firmly planted in Bird Island.
Since 1999 Ewer's Electric has firmly established it's credibility and the need for such services is in high demand.
www.ewerselectric.com   (175 words)

 Haverford College Libraries - Special Collections - John Ewer Letters, 1772-1776
Ewer was supplying Biddle, a Philadelphia merchant, with fabric of various kinds and patterns.
Note: all letters are written by Ewer from London and addressed to Owen Biddle, Philadelphia.
Many of the letters are marked "(copy)" but are in Ewer's handwriting and are referred to as being copies made by him and sent to Biddle via a different ship [to insure at least one gets to Biddle]
www.haverford.edu /library/special/aids/jewer   (717 words)

 Blanc de Chine - Ewer
Rose water ewers of this type are extremely rare, and this particular piece may have been a special commission given as a gift.
The ewer was used as libations in hand washing prior dinners and after.
The massive size of this ewer would have been used by a servant for large grouping of house guests.
www.blancdechine.us /ewer.html   (206 words)

Ein Ewer ist ein kleineres Segelschiff mit ein oder zwei Masten (Besanewer).
Ewer kamen ab etwa 1800 in Mode vor allem im Gebiet Elbe.
Jahrhundert waren Ewer die häufigsten Schiffe in überhaupt.
www.uni-protokolle.de /Lexikon/Ewer.html   (96 words)

 Asian Art Forums - Detail List
This forum has not had enough laughter lately, so I present for your enjoyment what I consider to be an example of fakery by a good potter who could not resist showing us his or her craft.
Most of the ewers with iron-bearing glazes that have come on the market in the past 25 years were excavated from graves.
A third of these is whether the ewer had two chicken head spouts or a double handle.
www.asianart.com /phpforum/index.php?method=detailAll&Id=15279   (2646 words)

 Gary Ewer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Gary Ewer was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Ewer is also director of the St. Patrick's High School Concert Band, Soundtrax (Halifax's High School Honour Choir) and the Halifax Schools' Symphony Orchestra.
Any teacher or student of music may reproduce these pages in print, without electronic reformatting, provided that each lesson or other resource copied from the EMT site has this copyright notice attached.The material may not be placed on any other server.
www.musictheory.halifax.ns.ca /ge.html   (350 words)

 Pitcher (container) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The "devil" in question being the most outward plank, the most difficult one to caulk.
A ewer is a pitcher, often decorated, with a base, oval body, and flaring spout.
A famous example is the America's Cup trophy.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ewer   (174 words)

 G301B  Amphora Ewer Lizard Handle Larger Size
This ewer is finished with accents of gold around both the top and bottom, and the entire lizard handle is featured in a gold color.
This ewer measures 10" high and at the widest has a diameter of 5".
The bottom base is 3 1/2" diameter, and at the widest point this ewer is 6 1/2" wide.
www.bargainjohn.com /g301bAmphora.htm   (219 words)

 Wine Ewer
The hexagonal wine ewer employs the colors yellow, aubergine, fl, and two shades of green.
The primary motifs in the decoration are the large shou (longevity) characters on either side of the ewer, over which are superimposed ogival panels with the additional longevity symbols of a crane and a peach spray.
The lid is surmounted by a lion resting one paw on an openwork ball that spins freely.
www.nga.gov /collection/gallery/eastcer/eastcer-1747.0.html   (199 words)

 Ewer and basin - Rijksmuseum Amsterdam - National Museum for Art and History
Ewer and basin with the arms of Cornelis Tromp
Both ewer and basin are decorated with maritime motifs.
This large ewer and basin set was probably made for Admiral Maarten Harpertsz.
www.rijksmuseum.nl /aria/aria_assets/BK-NM-10244-A?lang=en   (67 words)

 Ferdinand Cartwright Ewer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Memoir of the Reverend Ferdinand Cartwright Ewer, by Charles Taber Congdon.
Correspondence between the Right Reverend, The Bishop of Connecticut and the Rev. F.C. Ewer on the Doctrine of the Church touching the Seven Catholic Sacraments.
Ewer Repeated by request in Boston, Philadelphia, and Brooklyn.
anglicanhistory.org /usa/fcewer/index.html   (283 words)

 TURKS :: Blue and White Ewer
Vessels of this type imitate ewers used in the Middle East, and began to be produced in China in the fifteenth century.
The ewer is one of the finest and earliest examples of the Ottoman jewelsmith’s art applied to porcelain.
Sets of ewers and basins were used by the Ottomans both for religious ablutions and for washing the hands before and after meals.
www.turks.org.uk /index.php?pid=60   (358 words)

 ArtLex on Ewers
The body of this ewer is decorated with a dancing scene.
A male dancer in the center is performing a Huteng dance as four musicians accompany him.
Ewer with dancing females within arcades, 6th century, Sasanian style, silver, mercury gilding,
www.artlex.com /ArtLex/e/ewer.html   (194 words)

 The State Hermitage Museum: Collection Highlights
This ewer with a loop-shaped handle has a typical Sassanian shape and classically balanced proportions.
The ewer's body is decorated with two medallions surrounded by wreaths containing Zoroastrian mythological creatures known as senmurvs, winged animals with a peacock's tail and palmettes on their necks.
The front of the body is decorated with an exotic flower, a symbol of the Tree of Life.
www.hermitagemuseum.org /html_En/03/hm3_5_4c.html   (62 words)

 High-spouted brass ewer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
This is one of a group of high spouted ewers made in Herat in the late twelfth and early thirteenth century.
The inlaid decoration on this ewer features medallions containing images of the planets with the appropriate sign of the zodiac and benedictory inscriptions in a variety of different ornamental scripts.
The ewer is one of the first objects from the Islamic period to be acquired by The British Museum, in 1848.
www.thebritishmuseum.ac.uk /compass/ixbin/goto?id=OBJ2122   (342 words)

 Double Spouted Ewer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
If the use of lotus petals on the lid, shoulder, and base of this vessel indicates that the craftsman was influenced by Tibetan forms, the design concept of the ewer is purely Mongolian.
A vertical wall divides the interior of the ewer into two parts, so that two separate beverages can be served.
The fretwork decorating the lid and the base is known as the wall motif, inspired by the Great Wall which once separated Mongolia from China.
asianart.com /mongolia/ewer.html   (246 words)

 Amherst College Biographical Record: Index of names -- Ewer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Ewer, Edward R. Every Ewer that has been indexed so far.
Ewer, Edward R. An "ex" preceding the class year means that the student did not graduate from Amherst.
Note: To date, about 45% of the entries in the Biographical Record are typed, and about two-thirds of those are indexed.
www.amherst.edu /~rjyanco94/genealogy/acbiorecord/index/byname/e/ewer.html   (192 words)

 Ewer and Basin (Getty Museum)
Elaborately decorated with multi-colored panels of landscape scenes, this ewer and basin combine influences from a variety of sources.
The ewer's helmet shape copies a metalwork form, while the flowers decorating the stem and handle derive from Japanese ceramics.
Both the ewer and basin are decorated with landscape and harbor scenes containing figures in contemporary European dress.
www.getty.edu /art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=6717   (104 words)

 CGI : Faculty Profile : John Ewer
Draizen TA, Ewer J, Robinow S. Genetic and hormonal regulation of the death of peptidergic neurons in the Drosophila central nervous system.
Ewer J, Wang CM, Klukas KA, Mesce KA, Truman JW, Fahrbach SE.
Programmed cell death of identified peptidergic neurons involved in ecdysis behavior in the Moth, Manduca sexta.
www.genomics.cornell.edu /faculty/facultybio.cfm?netid=je24   (221 words)

 Ewer (Getty Museum)
One of the earliest known examples of the French fashion for mounting Chinese porcelain, this ewer arrived in Europe around 1700.
Although conceived as a functional vessel for beer or milk tea in China, the ewer's European owner would have considered it purely decorative.
The work's elaborate gilt bronze handle and other mounts, fitted by an unknown French craftsman, were thought to enhance and emphasize the exotic character of the brightly colored porcelain.
www.getty.edu /art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=6582   (165 words)

 Gonder Pottery Wrapped Grecian Design #682 Ewer
Based on a Grecian ewer design, this piece combines both the classic and the modern influences.
While the ewer has the Grecian shape, Gonder has exaggerated its top from the handle to the lip, creating an extended curve which moves upward from the handle and then moves downward toward the lip, resulting in a tilted effect.
A diagonal line from below the handle of the ewer, paralleling this sash, extend the overall design of the piece.
www.antiqnet.com /detail,gonder-pottery-wrapped,1289453.html   (1005 words)

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