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De Forest

Lee. 1873--1961, US inventor of telegraphic, telephonic, and radio equipment: patented the first triode valve (1907)
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De Forest, who sang her up-tempo tune barefoot, said that it made her feel closer to the ground and more relaxed.
De Forest and the Rise of American Gentility (Hanover, New Hampshire: University Press of New England, 1988), p.
As early as 1910 Lee de Forest aired the voices of Enrico Caruso, Olive Fremstad, Pasquale Amato, and Emmy Destinn in experimental transmissions from the Met, but the audiences were limited to the handful of listeners within fifty miles of New York City who were fortunate enough to have access to a radio receiver.
Working within the allegorical structure that he had developed in Miss Ravenel's Conversion from Secession to Loyalty (1867), De Forest replaces the promise of marriage with a bond between a Northern officer and a (Reconstructed) Southern gentleman based on common codes of duty and honor.
A book titled The Gardens & Grounds at Mount Vernon (How George Washington Planned and Planted Them), by Elizabeth Kellam de Forest, is available from the museum shop at the estate.
In 1906 Lee de Forest shown here in his laboratory invented the triode, a key development in radio broadcasting.
based SA Studios; and 9-year-old artistic prodigy Autumn de Forest, whose critically lauded work has been purchased by art collectors worldwide.
Over 217,000 Americans work in the thousands of radio and TV broadcasting establishments advanced by Farnsworth and de Forest.
Le realisateur etait entoure de Forest Whitaker, Brenda Blethyn, Luis Guzman et Dolores Heredia, qui interpretent les roles principaux dans le film.
La rencontre decisive avec la compagnie de production de Forest Whitaker, "Significant Productions", intervient en 2011 avant meme la remise de son diplome.
Bonnie Tyler on stage during the grand final of the Eurovision Song Contest and (inset) Denmark's winner Emmelie de Forest