Examples of Golden Thirteen in the following topics:
- Explain the importance of the Tuskegee Airmen, the Golden Thirteen, the Port Chicago disaster, and the 1997 recipients of the Medal of Honor
- The Tang Dynasty is considered a golden age in Chinese civilization, and Chinese figure painting developed dramatically during this time.
- During the Tang Dynasty, considered a golden age in Chinese civilization, Chinese painting developed dramatically both in subject matter and technique.
- Yan Liben was the personal portraitist to the Emperor Taizong, and his most notable works include the Thirteen Emperors Scroll.
- Foreigners could only live in one of the Thirteen Factories,
a neighborhood along the Pearl River in southwestern Guangzhou, and were not allowed to enter, much less live or trade in, any other part of China.
- Their factories formed a tight-knit community, which the historian Jacques Downs called a "golden ghetto" because it was both isolated and lucrative.
- Canton City (Guangzhou), with the Pearl River and the several of the Thirteen Factories of the Europeans.
- The colonies began as disparate political units, eventually merging themselves into thirteen cohesive colonies.
- The Thirteen Colonies were the English colonies on the Atlantic coast of North America founded between 1607 and 1733.
- Before independence, the original thirteen were part of a larger set of colonies in British America.
- The original thirteen all had well-established systems of self-government and elections based on the Rights of Englishmen which, they determined, would protect them from imperial interference.
- This territorial map includes The British Province of Quebec and the British thirteen colonies on the Atlantic coast.
- It turns out that the relationships between Einstein coefficients (1917) are an example of Fermi's Golden Rule (late 1920s).
- Fermi's Golden Rule relates the cross-section for a process to a quantum mechanical matrix element and the phase space available for the products.
- Nativism was an anti-immigration movement that favored those descended from the inhabitants of the original thirteen colonies.
- In this context, "native" did not mean indigenous or American Indian, but rather those descended from the inhabitants of the original British thirteen colonies.
- I'm thirteen years old and I live with my parents. "
- Because that kid didn't write like a thirteen-year-old, no one knew that's what he was.
- The prosperity of the Gupta Empire produced a golden age of
cultural and scientific advancements.
- This period became known as the Golden Age of India because it was marked by
extensive inventions and discoveries in science, technology, engineering, art,
dialectic, literature, logic, mathematics, astronomy, religion, and philosophy.
- Other scholars of the Golden Age helped create the first Indian
numeral systems with a base of ten.
- The cultural creativity of the Golden Age of India produced magnificent
architecture, including palaces and temples, as well as sculptures and paintings
of the highest quality.
- The Golden Age of India
produced many temples, decorated with various sculptures and paintings, such as
the Dashavatara Temple, also known as the Vishnu Temple, in central India.
- Modeling period (ages eight to thirteen): The individual's value template is sculpted and shaped by parents, teachers, and other people and experiences in the person's life.
- Socialization period (ages thirteen to twenty-one): An individual fine-tunes values through personal exploration and comparing and contrasting with other people's behavior.