Albert Schweitzer

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French philosopher and physician and organist who spent most of his life as a medical missionary in Gabon (1875-1965)


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Marxsen brings a long overdue recognition to the life and contributions Helene Schweitzer-Bresslau's were formerly overshadowed by her famous husband, Albert Schweitzer.
Charles-Marie Widor, organist of Saint-Sulpice in Paris for more than six decades and the most important composer of organ music of his generation, had two students who themselves became legends: Albert Schweitzer and Marcel Dupre.
In the memorabilia room of the Albert Schweitzer Institute for the Humanities, Mrs.
The Albert Schweitzer syndrome: An excess of virtuousness.
There was a Kennedy International Prize in 1971; the Nehru Award for international understanding in 1972; the first Templeton Prize for Progress in Religion, set up by John Templeton because the Nobels did not recognize religion, in 1973; and the Albert Schweitzer International Prize in 1975.
Howell joined the ranks of several of the world's most celebrated leaders when he accepted the Albert Schweitzer Leadership Award at a recent ceremony in Los Angeles.
Over the years, he has received many honors for his public service, including the Albert Schweitzer Humanitarian Award and the Anti-Defamation League Humanitarian Award.
1965 Albert Schweitzer, French medical missionary,died aged 90 in Gabon, the village where he had opened his hospital for natives.
When asked about the difficulties of coaching today, Majerus said, ``Everybody wants you to be Jay Leno at the booster club, Mother Teresa at the charities, Albert Schweitzer with the academics and, by the way, let's make sure he can coach better than (Bob) Knight or (Mike) Krzyzewski.
In 1993, Poling was presented the Albert Schweitzer Leadership award by the Hugh O'Brian Youth Foundation and honored with the Lone Sailor Award by the United States Navy Memorial Foundation.
Department of Commerce; the Albert Schweitzer Leadership Award from the Hugh O'Brian Youth Foundation; and honors from the Provence of Puglia, Italy, Newcomen Society, Pepperdine University, B'nai B'rith Foundation, National Italian American Foundation, the Center for the Partially Sighted, the Sons of Italy of America, the Muscular Dystrophy Association, the House Ear Institute, and a Doctor of Humane Letters from Chapman University.
Lot 3 Albert Schweitzer Gymnasium in 15890 EisenhE-ttenstadt Secondary School 3 in 15890 EisenhE-ttenstadt, Otto book wit school with special educational focus of learning in 15890 EisenhE-ttenstadt Rouanet Gymnasium in 15848 Beeskow and Albert Schweitzer High School in 15848 Beeskow.
The tingling sense of mystery that Hoeg evoked disappears as the ape emerges, not so much a member of an endangered species but as a kind of supersimian, a cross between Arnold Schwarzenegger and Albert Schweitzer.
longtime defender of treaty Indian fishing rights and cooperative natural resource management, has been selected as the 1992 recipient of the Albert Schweitzer Prize for Humanitarianism, the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission announced today.