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參考: 胡適日記全集 9 : 1953-1962，頁537。
Married Edith in
Andrew Nuquist's educational background included a Bachelor of Arts from Doane College in 1926 and an MA in 1936. He also earned a PHD from the University of Wisconsin.
In 1938, Andrew was hired as an Associate Professor of political science instructor at the University of Vermont. Andrew and Edith moved from Wisconsin to Burlington, Chittenden, Vermont. Andrew's interest in Vermont's local and state form of government became a focal point of his career, and his research, lecturers and writing resulted in his becoming recognized as an authority in those areas. His publications include:
- Town Government in Vermont
- Local election laws and the use of the Australian ballot in Vermont
- The Vermont Political System
-Vermont State Government and Administration. Co-written with his wife Edith, this book is considered the authoritative source on the structure and operation of Vermont State Government. Updated versions of the book are still in use in 2012.
In 1946, Andrew ran an unsuccessful bid at becoming the Republican candidate for the US Congress. His campaign listed the following experiences:
Chairman of Vermont State Chamber of Commerce Committee on Local Finances and Affairs, 1941 - 1943
President of the Vermont Association for the Crippled, Inc. 1942 - 1946
Director Town Officer's Educational Conference, 1939 - 1941
Lecturer at Town officers' conferences
Honorary State Farmer Degree from Vermont Future Farmers of America
Missionary teacher in China 1927 - 1930.
In 1970, after Edith passed away, Andrew married Isabell Jackson Saccocia.
In 1982, the Center for Research on Vermont at the University of Vermont created the Nuquist Award to recognize Andrew's contributions to the state. The award is presented annually by the Center for outstanding undergraduate research on a Vermont topic.
|Burns original||Standard English translation|
O wad some Pow'r the giftie gie us
To see oursels as ithers see us!
It wad frae mony a blunder free us,
An' foolish notion:
What airs in dress an' gait wad lea'e us,
An' ev'n devotion!
And would some Power the small gift give us
To see ourselves as others see us!
It would from many a blunder free us,
And foolish notion:
What airs in dress and gait would leave us,
And even devotion!
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我祈禱您啊，王子關於南島語系的起源問題，不少語言學家和考古學家主張中國、台灣及大陸東南沿海一帶是說原始南島語族群的發源地。中國學者宿兵與金力等就南島語 族群的Y染色體進行分析，結果發現東南亞地區是南島民族的發源地。雖然南島語族群的起源地至今尚無定論，但南島民族古代存在於中國大陸，這倒是可以肯定 的。
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|Motto||Rosam quae meruit ferat|
|Motto in English||She who has earned the rose may bear it|
|Type||Private women's college|
|Endowment||US $84.7 million|
|President||Jo Ellen Johnson Parker|
|Location||Sweet Briar, Virginia, USA|