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bunching

[′bən·chiŋ]
(electronics)
The flow of electrons from cathode to anode of a velocity-modulated tube as a succession of electron groups rather than as a continuous stream.
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Ralph Bunche was an effective mediator, winning over Egypt's King Farouk and Israel to the armistice agreement signed in February, 1949.
Seven years later, following the staff's innovative and persistent efforts to create a culture of excellence, Bunche has made history.
Scholar, civil rights activist, and Nobel Peace Laureate, Ralph Bunche left his most enduring legacy in the field of United Nations peace operations.
Bunche was the first African American to win the Nobel Peace Prize, in 1950.
Convergence funded a "School Within a Park" project at Bunche Community School with an $11,000 grant.
1950: Dr Ralph Bunche became the first African-American man to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, for his efforts in mediation between Israel and nearby Arab states in the previous year.
Ralph Bunche called attention to the dilemma of the HBCU in its relationship with American Society at large--the challenge of preparing black youth to embrace the political struggle that would ultimately have to be engaged if Blacks would ever succeed in changing their status as second-class citizens.
Ralph Johnson Bunche became an expert on race relations and colonial administration.
Some of these tributes shine a spotlight on the tireless, lifelong labors of renowned figures like United Nations diplomat, civil-rights campaigner, and Nobel Peace Prize winner Ralph Bunche, whose story is told in William Greaves's straight but vivid biographical movie Ralph Bunche: An American Odyssey, narrated by Sidney Poitier.
special assistant for the Congo Ralph Bunche referred to as "a puppet maneuvered by the Belgians.
The only association sponsored initiatives are the minority recruitment programs of the APSA, including the previously mentioned Minority Identification Project (MID), the Minority Fellows Program, and the Ralph Bunche Summer Institute.
Shuttlesworth, interview with James Mosby, September 1968, Cincinnati, Ohio, Ralph Bunche Oral History Collection, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center, Howard University, 26-28; Shuttlesworth interview with Joyce Ladner, November 19,1969, Cincinnati, Ohio, cassette tape recording, Oral History Program, MLKC; See also transcript of Fred L.