Dumbarton Oaks


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Dumbarton Oaks

an estate in the District of Columbia in the US: scene of conferences in 1944 concerned with creating the United Nations
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The initial US drafts of the UN Charter contained no reference to human rights, while the proposals that emerged from the Big Four meeting at Dumbarton Oaks to prepare for the San Francisco conference contained only one reference to human rights.
The first playing of the concerto in the vast music room at Dumbarton Oaks was under the direction of Nadia Boulanger.
72) John Meyendorff, 'Byzantine Views on Islam', Dumbarton Oaks Paper 18 (1964): 115-132.
Stravinsky's Concerto in E-flat, otherwise known as Dumbarton Oaks was a difficult springboard into the concert.
Na Conferencia de Dumbarton Oaks, as potencias discutiam sobre a estrutura da organizacao e como se daria o poder de veto entre as nacoes, o que abriu uma clivagem entre URSS e EUA.
This volume is the second in a series of Dumbarton Oaks Byzantine Symposia and Colloquia, and is a seminal contribution to the further development of Byzantine Studies in the United States, where the study of this center of Christian civilization in the Middle Ages is sorely underdeveloped in our approach to understanding the tripartite heirs of the Roman Empire: Greek and Latin Christianity and Islam.
ANTALYA, November 09, 2011(TUR) - Antalya Museum in southern Turkey is hoping to get back the rest of Sion Treasure from Dumbarton Oaks institute in Washington, U.
Far from adulthood, the result of the world will be on her young shoulders "Time Witch" tells of a battle of witches and times as the gardens of Dumbarton Oaks hold a portal to a violent conflict of sorcery.
In what ways is the Ringling similar to museums such as the Frick Collection, Dumbarton Oaks, or the Gardner Museum?